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Trump says woman in MAGA dress has ‘most amazing outfit’

With the Covid-19 death toll officially reaching 1 million in the US, senior public health adviser Dr Anthony Fauci, who became a national figure in the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic, confirmed that he would not want to serve in another Trump. Administration.

“Would you be confident in your ability to deal with this kind of epidemic?” Asked yesterday by CNN’s Jim Acosta. “Would you like to stay in your post?”

“Well, no to the second question,” he laughed. “The first question… if you look at the history of the response during the administration, I think, you know, you could say at best it’s not optimal. And I think history will just speak for itself.”

He pressured Mr. Trump to say that he would not serve again, more precisely: “True. Absolutely.”

In a separate interview, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi addressed Mr Trump’s negative impact on the judiciary. “Who would have suspected that a creature like Donald Trump would become president of the United States,” she said.


Jack Nicklaus says PGA’s move from Trump-owned course is reason to ‘cancel culture’

Jack Nicklaus says the PGA Tour withdrew its New Jersey championship in favor of Tulsa, Oklahoma because of Donald Trump.

He said the PGA Tour was withdrawn because Mr Trump owns the course in New Jersey.

He said: “But this move is about canceling culture. Donald Trump can be many things, but he loves golf and this country. He’s a student of the game and a great figure in the game. What he does in golf in the future depends on what the cancellation culture will let him do.” it will be.”

Mr Nicklaus has won 18 majors, the largest in history. He also endorsed Mr Trump before the 2020 election.

Maroosha Muzaffar17 May 2022 08:15


Can Madison Cawthorn get rid of Thom Tillis?

First-year Congressman Madison Cawthorn has no shortage of political enemies, but one of the most dangerous in her home state is Thom Tillis, the state’s junior Republican senator, who will become senior senator in January after Richard Burr retires.

Mr. Tillis is pouring the money of his own super PAC behind his effort to topple the Trump-sanctioned Mr. Cawthorn, who has been plagued by countless scandals.

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John Bowden17 May 2022 08:00


Kathy Barnette organizes ‘buses’ to DC on January 6

The January 6 involvement of incipient Pennsylvania Senate candidate Kathy Barnette was much more profound than previously known.

A CNN KFile investigation aired on the eve of the Pennsylvania primary election revealed that Ms. Barnette had organized Trump supporters to attend protests in D.C. on the day of the riot, even boasting that she would bring three “angry patriotic” buses into town at once. Interview dated January 5, 2021.

John Bowden17 May 2022 07:00


US agrees to ease sanctions on Cuba under Trump

The United States has announced plans to ease the sanctions imposed by former President Donald Trump on Cuba.

Restrictions on family remittances and travel to the island will reportedly be eased.

State Department spokesman Ned Price said the move would allow Cuban citizens to lead lives free from “government pressure”.

But US officials said they would use civilian “electronic payment processors” to ensure that such payments do not reach “human rights abusers”.

Processing of US visas for Cubans will also be expedited.

Maroosha Muzaffar17 May 2022 06:13


ICYMI: Biden reverses Trump’s troop withdrawal from Somalia

Joe Biden has taken a step to reverse the withdrawal of hundreds of US troops from Somalia, where special operations forces are engaged in efforts to defeat al-Qaeda-linked militants fighting for Al-Shabaab.

The move will mean the deployment of several hundred troops to the country, where the United States has withdrawn the bulk of its forces in an effort that ended three days before Mr. Biden took office last year.

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John Bowden17 May 2022 03:45


Trump fan Ted Nugent tells people to ‘go crazy with Democrats skulls’

Musician Ted Nugent, an ardent Donald Trump supporter, has been accused of spreading hate speech after telling fans, “Go crazy with the skulls of Democrats,” at an event in support of the former president in Texas just hours after the Buffalo attack. A racist attack targeting a predominantly black neighborhood.

“That’s why I love you madly, but I’ll love you more if you go ahead and drive the skulls of Democrats, Marxists, and communists crazy.”

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John Bowden17 May 2022 02:45


The Pennsylvania Senate candidate was seen walking with the Proud Boys on Jan.

A candidate running for the US Senate in Pennsylvania was in Washington DC on January 6 to support protests that eventually led to the siege of the US Capitol.

Kathy Barnette doesn’t have Donald Trump’s backing in the Pennsylvania Senate race, but she lags behind leading Dr Mehmet Oz in recent polls and is now within striking distance. His campaign confirmed that he was in Washington, D.C. on January 6, where he was seen walking with members of the far-right Proud Boys group, but denied that he had taken any illegal action.

“Kathy was in DC to support President Trump and demand election accountability. Any claim that he participated in or supported the destruction of property is deliberately false she. He has no connection with the proud children, ”she said.

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John Bowden17 May 2022 01:45


Elise Stefanik responds to criticism of her rhetoric

Rep Elise Stefanik accused the media on Monday of spreading “dangerous” slander, which she said was tantamount to inspiring racist mass murder in her hometown of New York over the weekend, following immigration policy and the democratic effort to bring the so-called “millions” of undocumented immigrants to America and give them the right to vote.

The congressman’s re-election campaign had previously run an ad accusing Democrats of trying to “overthrow” “existing voters” and said many critics were too similar to the racist beliefs of “substitution theory” supporters.

John Bowden17 May 2022 00:45


Tucker Carlson’s video promoting ‘The Big Change’ has resurfaced

As the fallout from the shocking racist attack that left 10 dead in Buffalo, New York on Saturday, angry critics of Fox News primetime host Tucker Carlson are paying attention to the moments when America’s most-watched cable news anchor is at least voicing valid views. pulling. Similarities to the ideology of the Buffalo suspect.

“So I know the left on Twitter and all wicket keepers are literally getting hysterical if you use the term ‘replace’, suggesting that the Democratic Party is trying to replace existing voters, voters are now voting, with new people, more obedient than in the Third World. voters,” said Mr. Carlson in a clip from his show, which is currently touring. “But they get hysterical because that’s what really happens. Let’s just say it. It’s true.”

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John Bowden16 May 2022 23:45


Schumer accuses ‘MAGA Republicans and cable news experts’ of spreading ‘echoes’ of Buffalo hitman’s ideology

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer joined the chorus of voices on Monday blaming the right to propagate the same ideology as the shooters in Buffalo, Christchurch, El Paso and other attacks motivated by racist “White-Changing Theory” beliefs.

Speaking before the U.S. Senate, Mr. Schumer scolded conservatives for spreading what he said were “echoes” of the same bullshit that the suspect in the weekend’s mass shooting in Buffalo had blasted in a lengthy manifesto posted online before the event. attack.

“Unfortunately, with each passing year, it seems more and more difficult to ignore the repercussions of substitution theory and other racially motivated views that have been increasingly revealed and legitimized by some MAGA Republicans and cable news experts,” the Democrat said. Senate leader.

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John Bowden16 May 2022 22:45