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Donald Trump attends lavish ‘Heroes and Villains’ costume ball — dressed as himself

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On Saturday night, President-elect Donald Trump attended “Heroes and Villains” — a lavish costume ball on Long Island — dressed as himself.

TheHill.com reported that Trump surprised party-goers when he arrived Saturday evening.

Trump 2016 campaign manager Kellyanne Conway shared a photo of herself dressed as Supergirl alongside the former reality TV star on Twitter, writing, “Honoring the ultimate hero at the Mercer “Heroes and Villians” party on Long Island. Crowd thrilled w/ surprise!”

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“Conway had told Bloomberg she would be dressing as controversial Trump adviser and incoming White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, who she said she believes is a hero to everybody except the media,” wrote The Hill’s Harper Neidig.

The costume bacchanalia was thrown by Republican mega-donor and hedge fund billionaire Robert Mercer and his daughter Rebecca Mercer, both of whom were instrumental in having Conway and Bannon added to Trump’s team in late summer when the campaign was sagging in the polls.


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Al Sharpton busts Trump’s hypocrisy on Morning Joe: ‘He chased Joe Scarborough like a hungry dog behind a bone’

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The Rev. Al Sharpton called out President Donald Trump for groveling for Joe Scarborough's approval for years, only to turn around and baselessly accuse him of murder.

The president claimed he'd always been haunted by the possibility that the "Morning Joe" had been involved in the 2001 death of former congressional staffer Lori Klausutis, but Sharpton dismissed that as nonsense.

....about whether or not Joe could have done such a horrible thing? Maybe or maybe not, but I find Joe to be a total Nut Job, and I knew him well, far better than most. So many unanswered & obvious questions, but I won’t bring them up now! Law enforcement eventually will?

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This billionaire Republican governor has been sued dozens of times for millions in unpaid bills

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Raymond Dye had a buildup of blood behind his left eye that prevented him from seeing. David Polk had an abnormal heartbeat, and his wife had high cholesterol. Roger Wriston’s wife had a bad back.

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‘Recipe for disaster’: NC doctor slams Trump’s hopes for a packed GOP convention as ‘an incredibly bad idea’

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A North Carolina strongly cautioned his state's governor from caving in to President Donald Trump's wishes for a packed Republican National Convention.

The president has threatened to move the RNC this summer from Charlotte if Gov. Roy Cooper did not ease coronavirus restrictions to allow for a full-scale event, but a local physician told WCNC-TV that Trump's plan was unreasonable.

"What do we know about infections?" said Dr. Jeffrey Galvin, of the Vitality Medical Wellness group. "Infection requires two things, exposure plus time."

Trump wants to pack 20,000 Republicans, journalists and others into Spectrum Center in August, but Galvin said infected people shed small amounts of the virus every time they breathe.

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