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Trump Responds to Extended Facebook Ban — by Trashing Liz Cheney

A half hour after his ban from Facebook was upheld on Wednesday morning, former President Donald Trump took to his new online platform on his website to complain — but not about the social network. Instead, Trump blasted “warmonger” Liz Cheney, the GOP representative from Wyoming, for not backing his false claims there was widespread…

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Trump is banned Indefinitely from Facebook

Almost four months to the day following the January 6 riots at the US Capitol — which was the catalyst for Facebook kicking him off its platform — the social network’s Supreme Court-like oversight body has voted to permanently ban President Trump from the service. The decision was announced Wednesday morning and was all but…


Donald Trump Remains Banned on Facebook, Instagram Oversight Board Rules

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Trump Says He’ll Appropriate ‘The Big Lie’ To Refer To His Election Loss

Topline Former President Donald Trump on Monday announced he’ll begin to use the term “the big lie” – commonly used by his critics to describe his baseless election fraud claims – to refer to the 2020 election results, a sign he has no plans to tone down his rhetoric as one social media platform adjudicates his suspension.…

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Trump backers protest call to remove homeowner’s vulgar flag in drive by Hammond mayor’s home

Post-Tribune | May 01, 2021 at 4:46 PM Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr., center and other friends and supporters greet protesters outside McDermott’s House Saturday afternoon. McDermott was the target of a drive-by protest after condemning a resident who flew a vulgar flag in front of his South Hammond home earlier this week. (Michelle L.…

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The Mike Pence-Donald Trump Breakup Is Happening in Real Time

The Mike Pence solo tour is officially underway––a comeback that could mark the start of his 2024 presidential campaign. On Thursday, the former vice president spoke at a crowded function hosted by a conservative group in Columbia, South Carolina, where he lobbed proverbial red meat at dinner guests. Pence used his half hour speech before…

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Is Trump using ‘health attacks’ on US diplomats in Havana as an excuse to punish Cuba?

In a blow to diplomatic relations with Cuba, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Oct. 3 ejected 15 Cuban diplomats from the United States. The expulsion follows his withdrawal of most U.S. personnel from the embassy in Havana after 22 American diplomats and family members there suffered unexplained health problems. Last November, some U.S.…

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It Sure Sounds Like Donald Trump Jr..

Lied into Prosecutors Investigating the Trump Organization

When you hear about Donald Trump’s multitudinous legal woes these days, it’s typically in the context of the criminal probe being led by Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. Of course, that‘s with good reason—in the case of Vance, the D.A. has crucially been granted access to Trump’s much sought after tax returns, which could…

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Trump Shouts His 2021 Oscars Thoughts Into The Void, Says He Misses”The Academy Awards” and a”Great Host”

If you can believe it,  former U.S. president Donald Trump, whose legal troubles are rapidly escalating, didn’t like the 2021 Oscars. He made this exceedingly clear when he shared his unwelcome thoughts on the 93rd Academy Awards in the saddest way possible: in an official statement from his office, two days after the fact. Instead…

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Trump supporters could be incited to future violence by his continued promotion of 2020 election lies, DOJ and judges say

(CNN)Former President Donald Trump’s continued promotion of the “big lie” about the 2020 election could still incite his followers to violence, the Justice Department and judges noted repeatedly this week, as courts weigh the future dangerousness of US Capitol riot defendants. Two federal judges this week brought up the disinformation about 2020 from right-wing figures,…