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DONALD TRUMP

You can think Trump’s actions after losing the 2020 election are an unprecedented assault on our institutions, or you can decide he’s worth supporting again if he runs in 2024.
A business owner had displayed a 30- by- 50 foot flag saying “TRUMP 2020 Keep America Great” from atop a mobile construction crane on his business’s property in Buffalo, Minnesota.
In a Sunday evening rally, Trump appeared to confuse two of the candidates' names, telling the crowd that he backed "J.D. Mandel" to take the seat of retiring Senator Rob Portman.
Eight known attempts to gain unauthorized access to voting systems in five U.S. states since the 2020 election involved local Republican officeholders or party activists who have advanced Trump’s stolen-election falsehoods or conspiracy theories about rigged voting machines.

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Save America's limited spending has raised questions among campaign finance experts and political observers, who say it might signal that he is reserving cash for a presidential run in 2024.
"We're going to tell the whole story of everything that happened. There was a violent insurrection and an attempted coup and we were saved by (then-Vice President) Mike Pence's refusal to go along with that plan."
He has joined with the most radical of the supporters of President Donald Trump in the past several years.
You would think it would alarm him when nearly 70% of Republicans continue to believe, in the absence of any proof, that election fraud robbed Donald Trump of the presidency.
I heard President Donald Trump on the radio saying at a rally that we need to “throw out a very, very bad situation that occurred.
From the column: "The high hurdle in this hypothetical, of course, would be persuading the egotistical former president to play second fiddle."

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The 11 pages of records turned over to lawmakers showed Trump talked to at least eight people by phone before the gap
U.S. District Judge David Carter, who has ruled that Trump 'more likely than not' pressured Mike Pence to overturn the election, has no power to bring criminal charges against the former president. That decision would need to be made by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, for violations of federal law.
Trump was the first president in 40 years not to release his tax returns as he aimed to keep secret the details of his wealth and the activities of his family company, the Trump Organization.

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