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Trump reelection campaign manager has white hot meltdown over Google and Facebook promoting stories he doesn’t like

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The chief of President Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign lashed out at a supposed “Palo Alto Mafia” in Silicon Valley that having bias against conservatives because of reporters using anonymous sources.

The Trump White House has been notorious for the level of leaking to journalists, with even a senior official in the administration writing a scathing editorial, noting “there were early whispers within the cabinet of invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.

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Pascale tweeted a Bloomberg News story reporting that the White House has prepared an executive order instructing federal agencies to investigate social media companies.

Pascale tagged the tweet with a “Trump Legacy” hashtag.

He then proceed to rant against Silicon Valley on their alleged “bias.”

“If Google, Facebook, Apple want to Stop The Bias, they should immediately stop allowing ALL stories with opinion and commentary in the ‘news’ on their apps and platforms,” he argued.

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“This is the BIAS! They know it,” Parscale continued.

“Watch the secret videos,” he suggested.

“Lastly all news with anonymous sources, unless showing other evidence, should also be moved to commentary,” Trump’s campaign manager demanded.

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“Without hard facts journalists should want this change,” Parscale hoped. “It will actually increase their credibility and stop the good journalists from being hurt from the hacks.”

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Former Clinton lawyer scolds Trump’s White House counsel on impeachment: ‘we never considered’ behaving this way

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On Tuesday, Lanny Breuer, a special counsel who worked for President Bill Clinton's White House, wrote an open letter in the Washington Post to President Donald Trump's White House Counsel Pat Cipollone — telling him that, while he understands an impeachment is a horrible thing for an administration to go through, Clinton and his lawyers would never have behaved the way Trump is now.

"In 1998, we felt under siege," wrote Breuer. "We argued at the time, as you do in your letter, that Congress should provide additional procedural protections to the president ... For example, instead of conducting its own investigation, the committee relied almost exclusively on [independent counsel Ken] Starr’s report, which had serious flaws. The House took only three months to adopt articles of impeachment, and we had only two days to present our witnesses. The president’s personal lawyer, David Kendall, had only 30 minutes to question Starr. We felt this was deeply unfair and a derogation of the House’s constitutional duty to investigate thoroughly whether impeachment was warranted."

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White House leaked ‘insane letter’ to Fox host — that makes Trump look ridiculously ‘dumb’

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President Donald Trump was ridiculed on Wednesday after a letter was leaked that President Donald Trump sent to Turkish President Recep Erdo?an.

The letter was sent a week ago, on October 9th.

A copy of the letter, where Trump warned Erdo?an not to be a fool, was obtained by Fox Business personality Trish Regan.

https://twitter.com/trish_regan/status/1184559361638748161

Commentary on the letter was swift -- and brutal.

Here's some of what people were saying:

https://twitter.com/chrislhayes/status/1184570895043571713

Can’t tell if parody of dumb guy trying to cover his tracks or real dumb guy who is covering tracks

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Trump blasted for flinging ‘nasty’ insults at Speaker Nancy Pelosi as he suffered a White House ‘meltdown’

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President Donald Trump reportedly suffered a meltdown during a Wednesday meeting at the White House with congressional leaders.

Trump reportedly lectured and insulted Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), according to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY).

"I would also say one other thing. He was insulting, particularly to the speaker," Schumer told reporters after the meeting ended because Trump was too "shaken."

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