GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump will hold a rally at the Prescott Valley Event Center in Arizona on Tuesday.
Trump was expected to introduced by former Gov. Jan Brewer as well as embattled Sheriff Joe Arpaio who is currently being investigated by the U.S. Justice Department.
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Describing the unrest that has occurred this year, Gault writes, "People are marching in the streets, aligned with two ideologically distinct factions. Many of them, overwhelmingly from one side, are armed, and violence and death has resulted when these two sides have clashed. The signs of a coming conflict are everywhere."
USC researchers think THC in marijuana could treat deadly COVID complication
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