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Trump boasts he is more popular than Obama despite ‘distraction of Witch Hunt’ in early morning tweetstorm

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President Donald Trump was up and tweeting extra early Sunday morning, boasting that his approval ratings are higher than former President Barack Obama despite his being subjected to a “Witch Hunt.”

Trump was mostly silent on Twitter on Saturday, before starting off Father’s Day by extolling his accomplishments as president, writing:”The MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN agenda is doing very well despite the distraction of the Witch Hunt.”

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“Many new jobs, high business enthusiasm, massive regulation cuts, 36 new legislative bills signed, great new S.C.Justice, and Infrastructure, Healthcare and Tax Cuts in works!” he added.

The president then cited conservative pollster Rasmussen, saying his approval ratings are booming at a solid 50 percent, which he claimed is “higher than O’s #’s!”

You can see his tweets below:

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Wisconsin man charged with hate crime for intentionally killing motorcyclist out of anger at Trump

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A Wisconsin man was charged with a hate crime for intentionally hitting a motorcyclist because he's angry about President Donald Trump.

Daniel Navarro swerved his truck into a motorcycle driven by 55-year-old Philip Thiessen, who died at the scene, and police said the crash was intentional and racially motivated, reported WGBA-TV.

"Navarro stated that if Trump and white people are going to create a world like we are living in, then he has no choice and people are going to have to die," the criminal complaint says.

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Trump issues new threat to schools if they refuse to reopen in the fall despite deadly pandemic

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President Donald Trump is doubling down on his threat to cut funding from schools that decided to remain closed this fall during the deadly novel coronavirus pandemic.

Writing on Twitter, the president appeared to walk back his own administration's efforts to walk back his earlier threats to cut off funding for schools that don't reopen on schedule.

"Now that we have witnessed it on a large scale basis, and firsthand, Virtual Learning has proven to be TERRIBLE compared to In School, or On Campus, Learning," the president wrote. "Not even close! Schools must be open in the Fall. If not open, why would the Federal Government give Funding? It won’t!!!"

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White House sidelining medical experts for ‘too much focus on public health’: AP reporter

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President Donald Trump and other White House officials are reportedly tuning out public health experts -- who they believe are "deep state Democrats" who aren't working against the president's re-election.

The Washington Post reported that officials with the Centers for Disease Control are feeling pressure from the president to sign off on reopening schools and businesses despite dire coronavirus risks, and Associated Press reporter Jonathan Lemire told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that's what he's hearing, as well.

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