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Trump announces final midterm rally with ‘media legends’ Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh

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President Donald Trump announced on Sunday that his final rally before the midterms will include “special guests” Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh.

In a statement on Sunday, the president’s team said that his Monday night rally in Cape Giradeau, Missouri would include the two “media legends.”

The rally is set to be Trump’s “final stop” before the midterms, the statement said.

The president has been criticized for accelerating the rate of lies in his recent campaign rallies.

Fox News contacted Raw Story with the following statement: “An FNC spokesperson confirmed Hannity will only be hosting his show from that location and interviewing the president.”

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Mass panic after shooting at Toronto parade

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Shots were fired at a parade for the Toronto Raptors NBA champions on Monday, causing a mass panic.

Toronto Police have located two victims with "serious but not life-threatening" injuries.

Two people are in custody and two firearms have been recovered.

An estimated 2 million people were attending the celebration.

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Alex Jones accused of sending child pornography to lawyers representing Sandy Hook victims

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Attorneys representing victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre who are suing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for defamation have accused the InfoWars host of sending them files containing child pornography.

The Connecticut Post reports that court documents filed on Monday show that the law firm representing the Sandy Hook victims claims that it discovered several inappropriate images involving children in a large stash of electronic files that Jones had been ordered to turn over.

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‘Art of the Deal’ ghostwriter Tony Schwartz: ‘I can’t say I’ve ever seen Trump running more scared’

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The ghostwriter for Donald Trump's "Art of the Deal" book observed on Monday that the president is "running more scared" than he has ever seen.

Tony Schwartz made the observation in a tweet that came after days of angry presidential tweets and interviews.

"I can't say I've ever seen Trump running more scared," Schwartz wrote. "The more worried he feels, the more lies he tells."

I can't say I've ever seen Trump running more scared. The more worried he feels, the more lies he tells.

— Tony Schwartz (@tonyschwartz) June 17, 2019

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