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Tara Reade’s Law School Friend Says She Told Him She Was Assaulted

Another person has come forward corroborating aspects of 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden’s accuser Tara Reade’s allegations.  Joseph Backholm is at least the eighth person to corroborate aspects of Reade’s claims, following her mother, brother, ex-husband, former neighbor, former coworker and at least of her two friends. Backholm says that Reade told him, “When I was in Washington, D.C. I ...

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Fake Trump Campaign Website Redirects Visitors To A Left Wing Group’s Donation Page

A fake President Donald Trump re-election campaign website is directing visitors to the Democratic Party’s digital fundraising arm, which in turn is asking them to donate money to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. A website called LocalTrump2020.com is directing visitors to left-wing group ActBlue’s donation page, which is requesting visitors donate to the NAACP, according to ...

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Police Unions Abandon Biden After He Promotes Cop Reform

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden earlier in his career demonstrated support for police officers and their organized groups, but some in the law enforcement community claim he’s switched views amid the George Floyd riots. Officers are finding themselves on the receiving end of mass violence in the midst of countrywide demonstrations that have resulted from the untimely death of George ...

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Murkowski Praises Mattis, Says She’s Unsure If She Will Vote For Trump

Republican Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski expressed support for former Defense Secretary James Mattis on Thursday after he harshly criticized President Trump in a statement originally published in The Atlantic. Murkowski described Mattis’ statement as “true and honest and necessary” before admitting that she has struggled with the decision over whether she will vote for the president in November. “When I ...

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DC’s Mail-In Voting Mired In Confusion As Nation Debates How To Handle November Elections

Confusion over mail-in ballots caused voting in the Washington D.C. primary to stretch late into the night Tuesday, according to the DCist. D.C.’s primary election, plagued by complaints from voters who said they never received mail-in ballots, comes amid debate over the security and efficiency of voting by mail. Many D.C. voters complained they never received mail-in ballots, according to ...

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‘Trying To Rig The 2020 Election’: Trump Campaign Rails Against Snapchat For Not Promoting POTUS’ Content

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President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign lashed out at Snapchat Wednesday after the social media company decided not to promote the president’s content. Snapchat’s “Discover” feature, which highlights content from celebrities, regularly spotlights the president’s account. “We are not currently promoting the President’s content on Snapchat’s Discover platform. We will not amplify voices who incite racial violence and injustice by giving ...

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Iowa GOP Rep. Steve King Falls To Primary Challenger Randy Feenstra

Iowa GOP Rep. Steve King fell in his primary against Republican state Sen. Randy Feenstra Tuesday night.  Feenstra will advance as the Republican nominee for Iowa’s 4th Congressional District, consisting of the largely rural northwestern part of the state. The race was perhaps the most-watched of the night, as many in King’s own party had endorsed his main opponent and ...

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North Carolina Gov. Stands Ground, Says GOP Conditions For Convention Are ‘Very Unlikely’

Uncertainty surrounding the 2020 Republican National Convention increased Tuesday as Democratic North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper rejected the GOP’s request to have a full, in-person convention. In a letter addressed to the Republican National Committee (RNC), Cooper cited his concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. “With the nation, the State of North Carolina and the City of Charlotte still under states ...

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‘If I Didn’t Have A Primary I Wouldn’t Care’: Democratic Rep. Eliot Engel Caught On Hot Mic At Press Conference

Democratic New York Rep. Eliot Engel was caught on a hot mic Tuesday appearing to admit that he only cared about speaking at a press conference on the George Floyd protests because he has a primary opponent. Local officials held a press conference Tuesday after rioters and looters ransacked New York City on Monday night. The press conference livestream appears ...

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Biden Campaign Cancels Fundraiser With Top Mueller Prosecutor

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign has cancelled a fundraiser with Andrew Weissmann, one of the top prosecutors on the special counsel’s investigation of Trump associates, according to The Wall Street Journal. Weissmann, an MSNBC analyst, was supposed to headline a virtual fundraiser for the Biden Victory Fund on June 2. The Trump campaign seized on the event in a ...

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Elizabeth Warren Bashed High-Dollar Fundraisers. Now She’s Reportedly Hosting One For Joe Biden

Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren made opposition to high-dollar campaign fundraisers a staple of her 2020 presidential campaign, swearing off such events for her campaign and criticizing opponents who didn’t, but now she’s reportedly hosting one for former Vice President Joe Biden. “I don’t do big-dollar fundraisers at all,” Warren told “Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon in December 2019. She ...

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More Voter Fraud in West Virginia, Nancy Pelosi Doesn’t Seem to Care

Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday pressed the Democrats’ case for expanding potential vote-by-mail fraud across the country, escalating a fight with President Trump over how elections should be conducted in the year of the Coronavirus. “A small price to pay,” Pelosi said, “for our democracy and the good health of Americans going to the polls.” “There’s no reason to be ...

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Biden Hammered Romney’s Bain Ties In 2012. Now, Bain Execs Are Fueling Biden’s 2020 Bid

During the 2012 presidential campaign, former Vice President Joe Biden was a sharp critic of Republican nominee Mitt Romney’s work for investment firm Bain Capital, but now Bain executives are helping fuel Biden’s 2020 presidential bid. Bain co-founder Joshua Bekenstein and his wife Anita each donated each $250,000 to Biden’s super PAC in April, Federal Election Commission (FEC) records show. ...

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