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‘If you’re guilty and you know it tweet some more!’: Internet hilariously mocks Trump’s rant on ‘WITCH HUNT!’

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Some people celebrate All Caps Friday by typing in the letters known for virtual shouting. For President Donald Trump, however, every day is an all caps day.

The president went on a Tuesday morning Twitter rant citing days-old Fox News quotes that attack former Sec. Hillary Clinton and claim the investigation into his campaign and advisors is a “witch hunt.”

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Those who observed Trump’s tweet had a lot to say in response.

“Tweet by @realDonaldTrump makes me think more indictments are coming,” said Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA). In the past, Trump has gone on Twitter rants that distracted people just prior to major news stories about him or his aides being published.

White House communications director Hope Hicks is scheduled to testify before Congress Tuesday, though it is unclear if she will declare “executive privilege.”

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Others recalled just how many indictments have resulted from the so-called “WITCH HUNT!”

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‘The worst is yet to come’: Leading conservative issues blistering argument for defeating Trump and his GOP enablers

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George F. Will, who turned 79 on May 4, is among the most prominent conservative journalists in the United States — although he has been a vehement critic of Donald Trump’s presidency and even left the Republican Party because of it. And Will’s most recent Washington Post column is especially scathing: the Never Trumper stresses that voting the “crybaby in chief” out of office in November is crucial in order to reverse the country’s “downward spiral.”

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Mitch McConnell kills resolution condemning use of tear gas and rubber bullets on peaceful protesters

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On Tuesday, Axios reported that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has blocked a Senate resolution that would condemn the Trump White House's forcible removal of peaceful protesters.

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Here’s the 71-word oath that could save American democracy

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Now that Donald Trump dispatched the American military to stop a peaceful protest against police killings of black men and declared he will do the same nation-wide, a little-known fact about our military looms large.

Trump expects the American military, regular troops as well as National Guard and Reserve units, to do whatever he commands. Using the racist language of some 1960’s southern police chiefs, Trump tweeted that this will include turning “vicious dogs” on protesters and “when the looting starts the shooting starts.”

“No one disobeys my orders,” Trump declared last April during the White House Easter egg roll for children.

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