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Donald Trump upset ‘clowns’ in White House haven’t asked him for his secret plan to destroy ISIS

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Donald Trump appears at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Feb. 27, 2015.

Real estate developer and aspiring candidate for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination Donald Trump is very upset that no one in the White House has called him to discuss his secret “foolproof” plan to destroy terrorist group ISIS.

Speaking with Iowa radio host Simon Conway, the blustery Trump explained that he has “a way of beating ISIS so easily, so quickly, so effectively, and it would be so nice,” reports Right Wing Watch.

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Trump had previously dropped hints that he had a master plan for defeating the terrorist organization during an appearance on Fox News, but was unhappy that the Obama hadn’t taken the hint and called him.

“I know a way that would absolutely give us guaranteed victory,” Trump explained before adding that he couldn’t talk about it on the air for fear of tipping off ISIS leaders and because he was afraid someone would steal his idea.

Asked if he had discussed his idea with high level military officials for their input, Trump stated that he had run “it past two or three people” who fell in love with it.

“This is so simple, so surgical, it would be an unbelievable thing,” he said. “Now, I’ve been around saying this, you would think somebody from the administration would at least call me and say, ‘Hey, could you tell us what it is?’ It happens to be a great idea. But at the right time, I guess I’ll give it.“

Trump admitted that he harbored some reservations about sharing his brilliant insights with the White House, saying “they’re all a bunch of clowns.”

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Kamala Harris is boosting Biden in a state Trump desperately needs to win: report

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On Saturday, Politico reported that Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) being added to Joe Biden's ticket has "electrified" a group of voters who normally are ignored by both parties: West Indian voters. And this could make a big difference in Florida — a state that could decide the outcome of the election.

"Calls from Caribbean radio show hosts flooded the Biden campaign from South Florida. And a jolt of excitement shot through the crowd of early vote poll workers at the Lauderdhill Mall, in the midst of Broward County’s growing Jamaican community," reported Marc Caputo. "'There was just this sense of energy,' state Rep. Anika Omphroy, a daughter of two Jamaican immigrants, said in describing the moment the announcement was received. 'It was all Black women out there working under the tents,' she said. 'It was 98 degrees in August in South Florida, so it was too hot to cheer. But you could feel it, this sense.'"

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WATCH: Protesters dump ballots outside of USPS head Louis DeJoy’s home

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On Saturday morning, angry crowds of protesters gathered outside of pro-Trump Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's residence in Washington, D.C. to protest his organizational changes rolling back capacity at the Postal Service — changes widely suspected of sabotaging mail-in voting ahead of the November election.

The protesters banged together pots and pans and blew air horns. Many of them gathered at the entrance holding fake mail-in ballots and shoved them into the bars of his front door.

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Insurance industry front group to bombard Democratic Convention with ads attacking Biden-backed public option

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The ads by the Partnership for America's Health Care Future fearmonger over potential tax hikes and recycle industry talking points against "government-controlled health insurance."

When Democrats convene for their party's virtual convention next week amid the backdrop of a global pandemic, media coverage of the event will be interspersed with insurance industry ads attacking the public option—a policy solution supported by presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden—as a "one-size-fits-all approach" that would lead to "government-controlled health insurance."

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