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Watch live: Donald Trump holds rally at Ohio high school before tight special election

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Donald Trump is appearing at a rally outside Columbus, Ohio on Saturday.

The rally is happening at Olentangy Orange High School in Ohio’s 12th congressional district. The district has been called an “unshakable Republican bedrock” and was once represented by Ohio Governor John Kasich, but is showing signs of flipping.

A recent Monmouth University poll showed Republican state Sen. Troy Balderson with only a 1-point edge.

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‘They are now fumigating Europe’: Bill Maher blasts Trump as ‘the ugliest American ever’ after disastrous European trip

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HBO "Real Time" host Bill Maher ripped on President Donald Trump's trip to Europe on Friday.

"They are now fumigating Europe," Maher said.

"England's Royal Family met America's royal f*ckup," he explained. "Trump continued the time-honored tradition that he has started of embarrassing this country in every possible shape, form, and way possible."

"First of all, he dragged his whole family over there -- even Tiffany," he noted. "I know we're all thinking the same thing, how did they get time off from their jobs?"

"He is just the ugliest American ever," Maher concluded.

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Local community furious after Arkansas woman hangs black mannequin next to Confederate flag

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Social media users in Little Rock, Arkansas, were disturbed and outraged at a neighbor's post, which appeared to show a mannequin hanging from a tree next to a confederate flag, reports Fox 16.

"This day of time, there's no place for it," Ricky Allen told Fox 16. "I saw a video of a noose, of a person of color, hanging from it. It's kind of disturbing."

"It's heartbreaking to know neighbors in the neighborhood is like that," says Allen.

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Netflix threatens to pull all funding from Georgia if anti-abortion law goes into effect

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Emboldened by conservative Supreme Court appointees, several conservative states have passed increasingly stringent anti-abortion laws.

But that process hasn't occurred without backlash.

The television streaming service Netflix announced Tuesday that they will rethink any investment in Georgia if the law passes, Business Insider reports.

"Should it ever come into effect, we'd rethink our entire investment in Georgia," Ted Sarandos, Netflix's chief content officer, said.

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