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Sarah Palin slams ‘punk-ass little thuggery stuff’ from anti-Trump protesters

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Sarah Palin offered her own colorful language at a Donald Trump rally Monday in Tampa, Florida, on the subject of the violence that has broken out between Trump supporters and protesters.

“What we don’t have time for is all that petty, punk-ass little thuggery stuff that’s been goin’ on with these quote-unquote ‘protesters’ who are doin’ nothin’ but wasting your time,” Palin said, as the audience cheered on, “and trying to take away your First Amendment rights, your rights to assemble peacefully. And the media, bein’ on the thugs’ side — what the heck are you guys thinkin’, media? It doesn’t make sense!”

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Palin had canceled her appearance at a Trump rally scheduled for earlier in the day at The Villages, a large retirement community, following news that her husband Todd Palin was seriously injured in a snowmobile accident. However, Palin also assured the crowd in Tampa that Todd is recovering in the ICU.


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$1,750+ ticket prices for South Carolina debate spark outrage

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"I think it speaks to the fundamental, endemic corruption of the Democratic Party establishment that you had to pay... multiple thousands of dollars to get into that room."

Unusually loud booing and jeering directed disproportionately at Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren during Tuesday night's Democratic presidential debate—particularly when the senators criticized billionaire businessman Michael Bloomberg—sparked probing questions about the class composition of the audience packed inside the Gaillard Center in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Ex-GOP senator hammers lawmakers quaking in their boots out of fear of Trump: ‘Why are you there?’

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Appearing on CNN on Wednesday morning, retired Sen. William Cohen (R-ME) hammered members of his own party still sitting in the Senate who refuse to take on Donald Trump, saying they are failing the country and themselves by standing by in fear.

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Trump still has no set plan to combat coronavirus just hours before hastily called press conference set to begin: report

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"Officials are still debating whether such a role is necessary, but the global spread has increased the urgency to elevate its response, and the Trump White House is eager to appear like it’s in control of containing the virus within the United States," Politico adds.

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