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Trump has only liked 25 tweets — and his latest is about Steve Wynn’s accusers

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On Friday night, President Donald Trump liked his 25th tweet to date — and Twitter immediately noticed how strange it was.

“Interesting like,” journalist Julia Wick wrote alongside a screenshot of the president “liking” a tweet from the Wall Street Journal about how RNC chairman and Las Vegas real estate mogul Steve Wynn pressured his employees into performing sex acts on him. Wynn, as Raw Story noted earlier on Friday, vouched for Trump’s sanity when he was on the campaign trail.

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The New Republic‘s Jeet Heer soon after pointed out that this was only the 25th tweet Trump has ever liked.

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A perusal of the presidents likes reveals the majority are his own tweets, as well as a few posted by his family members and three tweets posted by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on November 1, 2017, the day of the attack in lower Manhattan.

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Flavorwire’s Jason Bailey also pointed out that the president appears to have liked two tweets where people criticized him.

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Texas GOP official compares LGBTQ Republicans to ‘murderers and burglars’ in unhinged Facebook rant

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Early on Wednesday morning, a Texas Republican Party official took to Facebook to attack the "Log Cabin Republicans," the GOP's LGBTQ advocacy arm.

The diatribe, first flagged on Twitter by author and nonprofit director Jessica Shortall, was in reply to a post by former LCR Houston official Marco Antonio Roberts, who was responding to a threat from a member of the State Republican Executive Committee to deny the LCR credentials at the Texas GOP State Convention.

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‘I’ve never see so many sex poses’: Parent’s flood FCC with complaints about Shakira and J Lo’s Super Bowl halftime show

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In the wake of Shakira and J Lo's widely praised Super Bowl halftime show, the FCC received 1,312 complaints from viewers who were upset with the alleged sexual nature of the performance, CNN reports.

Some of the complaints came from parents who said they felt they were watching a "porno show" or an "X-rated strip club performance." CNN provided a few examples of the complaints that were received:

"Jennifer Lopez's performance at the Super Bowl halftime show was extremely explicit and completely unacceptable for a event where families including children are watching," a viewer from Utah said. "I had to send my children out of the room so that they weren't exposed to something they should not have seen."

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Coronavirus could ‘hit a slew of industries’ — and threaten Trump’s reelection prospects: report

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Although coronavirus has claimed more than 2700 lives so far (as of Wednesday, February 26), it still doesn’t fit the definition of a global pandemic — not yet, anyway. But health officials around the world are worried that it could become a pandemic, and an article published in Politico this week examines the effects that coronavirus could possibly have economically and politically — and how it could threaten President Donald Trump’s prospects for reelection.

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