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MSNBC’s Ari Melber runs supercut of Donald Trump defending accused rapists and abusers

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Donald Trump had defended a lot of accused rapists and abusers.

On The Beat Thursday, MSNBC’s Ari Melber ran a supercut of Trump defending accused child molester Roy Moore, accused wife-batterer Rob Porter and accused sexual harasser Roger Ailes.

The latest =, of course, is Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who stands accused of a violent attempted rape.

“Donald Trump has a long history of defending men accused in thee circumstances and shifting blame to the alleged victims,” Melber said.

Melber then proceeded to run footage of trump defending a half-dozen men accused of abusing women.

Watch the clip below.

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Trump is endangering the US by governing like he’s directing a reality TV show: officials

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President Donald Trump seems to be waffling on whether or not he wants a war in Iran. As it stands, he seems to be against it, pulling back on a military strike that would have killed 150 people and most certainly begun another Middle Eastern war.

In a report from the Washington Post, leaders from policy to politics are telling the president to get it together. The "freewheeling" style of politics may have been a quirky style, but now it's putting the United States in a difficult position.

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Tomi Lahren sadly has her own mom confirm she isn’t racist in Fox News special about herself

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Conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren hosted a Fox News special that aired Sunday about herself.

In an interview with her mother, Lahren asked to verify that she wasn't a racist. Lahren has run into problems with a long history of comments she's made about people of color.

After watching the Superbowl performance by Beyoncé’s Lahren said the act was an attempt to prove that “black lives matter more” than white lives.

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Conservative columnist tells Trump make good on his threats with Iran or ‘shut up’

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President Donald Trump appeared to back down last week when it came to an attack on Iran after an oil tanker was allegedly fired upon and the country shot down a U.S. drone during surveillance.

Republicans and even Trump himself has mocked former President Barack Obama for drawing a "red line" for Syria but being unwilling to act further. In Obama's case, the president saw the country cross the red line and asked Congress to give him a declaration of war. Republicans refused at the time.

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