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Trump mocked Sarah Sanders for having ‘a nervous breakdown’ as he insulted McCain after his death: report

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President Donald Trump has handled every aspect of the passing of Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) terribly.

From canning a proposed laudatory statement by his aides to raising the White House flag to full-staff inappropriately early, his every action speaks to the years of bad blood he engendered between himself and McCain and his refusal to see past it.

On Thursday, Trump doubled down on his behavior, insisting that he had done nothing wrong. And according to Bloomberg, when the topic turned to McCain’s failed 2008 presidential run against Barack Obama, he proceeded to throw more shade in such a stunning spectacle that even the White House press secretary stared at him in astonishment:

Asked if McCain would have been a better president, Trump declined to say, even as his press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, stared at him.

“I don’t want to comment on it,” he said. “I have a very strong opinion, all right.”

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Sanders, he joked, was “having a nervous breakdown” over his response. “Maybe I’ll give you that answer some day later.”

Trump evidently feels so much spite that he will not even give a straight answer on whether he believes McCain, a member of his own party, would have made a better president than Obama, a man who Trump famously embarked on a racist crusade to disprove the U.S. citizenship of.

It is little wonder that Sanders apparently could not contain her shock.

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Black man and realtor handcuffed for ‘forced entry’ into property’s open house: lawyers

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On Tuesday, the Daily Mail reported that Anthony Edwards has filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Cincinnati and three police officers after he and his real estate agent, Jerry Isham, were handcuffed and detained at gunpoint last year while touring an open house.

The police were summoned by Thomas Branigan, a retired police officer living next door, who called 911 to report them as home invaders and said they had "forced entry" into the house. He later admitted he did not have a view of the door at the time.

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Rob Reiner has the perfect plan for the GOP and Trump’s ‘N-word tapes’ from ‘The Apprentice’

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For years, there have been rumors about the existence of unbroadcast tapes from NBC's "The Apprentice" that are said to document Donald Trump using the N-word.

Actor Tom Arnold has been pushing the idea.

While conventional wisdom may once of held that such a release would be a political catastrophe for a president, the release could actually help Trump in his 2020 re-election campaign, director Rob Reiner argued on Tuesday.

"I’ve heard there are tapes of Trump using the N-word during his time on The Apprentice. Based on the GOP’s support of his racism, they should ask producer Mark Burnett to release the tapes to boost the support of his base," Reiner tweeted.

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CNN blasted for giving a platform to white supremacist Richard Spencer to defend Trump’s racism

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CNN was highly criticized on Monday for interviewing Richard Spencer, an avowed white supremacist who took part in the fatal "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

"CNN interviewed white supremacist Richard Spencer during a Tuesday segment on President Donald Trump’s racist tweets, in another example of a news outlet inadvertently giving a large platform to white supremacists," The Daily Beast reported.

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