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Twitter goes bonkers — and chokes back nausea — over #CruzSexScandal rumors

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A tabloid report claims Sen. Ted Cruz had extramarital affairs with five women — and Twitter couldn’t be more delighted.

The National Enquirer reported this week that private investigators were gathering evidence of the alleged affairs, and the tabloid claims to know the identities of the women — whose blurred photos are published in the print edition.

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An unobscured photo of Donald Trump’s spokeswoman, Katrina Pierson, appears in the published report, suggesting she may be one of the alleged mistresses.

Cruz’s father, Rafael Cruz, endorsed Pierson when she unsuccessfully challenged Sen. Pete Sessions in a 2014 GOP primary in Texas.

Related: A neurologist explains why it’s hard to look at Ted Cruz’s creepy ‘unsettling’ face

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The mistresses “include a foxy political consultant and a high-placed D.C. attorney,” the tabloid newspaper reported, breathlessly adding, “even a wild sex worker makes the cut!”

Both liberals and conservatives on Twitter reacted to the rumors with glee and disgust.

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‘Dead wrong’: House Dems release scathing rebuttal to White House’s widely panned legal brief

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The Trump White House's latest defense of the president ahead of his impending impeachment trial has been widely panned, and has even sparked speculation that Trump himself had a hand in writing it due to its low-grade legal analysis.

A legal brief filed by President Donald Trump's lawyers late last week called impeachment proceedings "constitutionally invalid," even though impeachment is literally a part of the Constitution, and also accused Democrats of engaging in a "brazen and unlawful attempt to overturn the results of the 2016 election," even though Vice President Mike Pence would take over in the event that Trump was removed by the Senate.

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White nationalist speaker heckled for denying Holocaust at Virginia gun march: ‘You are literally a neo-Nazi’

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A white nationalist speaker who has been affiliated with neo-Nazi rhetoric was caught on video denying the Holocaust at a pro-Second Amendment march in Richmond, Virginia.

The remarks were made by former Proud Boy Jovanni Valle, who goes by the name Jovi Val. Video clips of Valle's speech were shared on Twitter by writer Robert Evans.

"You wear a swastika and walk down the street," a man can be heard telling Valle. "You took it off and now you are like, oh no. You are denying the existence of the Holocaust."

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‘Not supposed to be that way!’ Bitter Trump whines about Senate possibly letting John Bolton testify

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President Donald Trump on Monday whined about the Senate potentially letting former national security adviser John Bolton testify during his impeachment trial.

"They didn’t want John Bolton and others in the House," the president wrote on Twitter. "They were in too much of a rush. Now they want them all in the Senate. Not supposed to be that way!"

In reality, the House impeachment investigators tried to get Bolton to testify during their inquiry, but he refused to appear unless he got legal clearance to do so. However, Bolton has now offered to testify before the Senate even though he did not comply with House requests to do the same.

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