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‘I saved your ass’: Trump told Paul Ryan he was ‘dying like a dog’ in his own state according to new book

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Former White House communications aide Cliff Sims is set to release his book “Team of Vipers” in the coming weeks. The book details his time in the White House and is an up-close look at President Donald Trump.

In his book, he mentions Trump’s treatment towards outgoing House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI.)

In one chapter of the book, Trump is seen as “increasingly angry” at Ryan’s news coverage in the aftermath of the Charlotteville rally.

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“President Trump watched on television, increasingly angry, as House Speaker Paul D. Ryan criticized his handling of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. He held the remote control ‘like a pistol’ and yelled for an assistant to get the Republican leader on the phone,” Washington Post writer Philip Rucker said.

“Paul, do you know why Democrats have been kicking your a** for decades? Because they know a little word called ‘loyalty,’” Trump told Ryan in the book. “Why do you think Nancy has held on this long? Have you seen her? She’s a disaster. Every time she opens her mouth another Republican gets elected. But they stick with her . . . Why can’t you be loyal to your president, Paul?”

The book continues to describe Trump “torment” towards Ryan. Sims shows Trump as calling Ryan a “dog” in need of saving.

“I remember being in Wisconsin and your own people were booing you,” Trump said to Ryan according to Sims. “You were out there dying like a dog, Paul. Like a dog! And what’d I do? I saved your a**.”

Read the full review if Sims book here.

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Derek Chauvin accused of illegally voting in Florida — where he was allegedly registered as a Republican

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Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin has been accused of committing felony voter fraud in Florida.

Dan Helm, a candidate for Supervisor of Elections in Pinellas County, sent a letter to the State Attorney of Orange County outlining the allegations.

"I write to inform you that, Derek Chauvin, the police officer who killed George Floyd in Minnesota, voted in Orange County Floriday in 2016 and 2018 as a registered Republican," Helm wrote to Aramis Ayala.

He said he discovered the information in the voter file.

"While living in Minnesota, working there, paying taxes there, Derek Chauvin cannot claim residency in Orange County. His home, residency and where he intends to live is in Minnesota, not Florida," he charged. "This is a violation of our election laws, specifically Fla. Stat. 104.011 (2)."

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Justin Trudeau dons mask to attend anti-racism protests — and takes a knee in solidarity

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While President Donald Trump refuses to wear a coronavirus mask and demanded "no kneeling" on Friday, there was a far different scene developing in Canada.

"Prime Minister Justin Trudeau knelt on the ground as part of a crowd gathered on Parliament Hill Friday afternoon, in solidarity with anti-racism demonstrators protesting police killings of Black people," CTV News reported Friday. "The demonstration is one of multiple events in Canada, following days of demonstrations against racism and police brutality in numerous American cities."

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Texas man threatens protesters with chainsaw — while shouting the n-word

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