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Wife of top Trump communications aide attacks ‘skanks’ and CNN’s Erin Burnett

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The wife of one of Donald Trump’s top communications aide has rejoined Twitter — and is already attacking “skanks” and palling around with conspiracy theorists.

Mediaite reported Wednesday that Darla Shine, wife of former Fox News executive Bill Shine who was hired as Trump’s deputy chief of staff for communications last summer, has ended her Twitter hiatus in fiery fashion.

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Last year, Shine garnered headlines after her husband joined the Trump administration in the wake of his ouster from Fox over his role in sexual harassment scandals due to her history of making racist posts on Twitter.

Her brief hiatus appears to have begun in December when Shine responded to a tweet by Adrienna DiCioccio, a conspiracy theorist and several-times Infowars guest who promoted the theory that the Sandy Hook shooting was a “false flag.”

On December 12, Mediaite reported, DiCioccio called on her followers to take a one-day boycott of social media companies that she called “censorship awareness day.”

“Let’s do it!” Shine responded.

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Shine became active again in the new year and on January 15 called CNN host Erin Burnett “pompous” after the anchor said comments that First Lady Melania Trump should make salads are “sexist.”

“Pompous Erin Burnout of CNN too good to make a salad guess she has a chef cooking for her baby and husband so sad she thinks cooking for her family or friends or guests is beneath her,” the White House official’s wife said. “Pathetic.”

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Shine also complained over the weekend that she was “put in 24 hour Twitter jail” for calling Trump mistress Stormy Daniels a “skank.”

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Actor George Clooney pens op-ed calling out Trump for stoking ‘hatred and violence’ — without even saying his name

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In an editorial for the Daily Beast, George Clooney called racism America's original disease.

“There is little doubt that George Floyd was murdered,” wrote George Clooney. “This is our pandemic. It infects all of us, and in 400 years we’ve yet to find a vaccine.”

He quoted radio host and reporter Sarah Koenig, who spent a year covering the dysfunction in the Cleveland, Ohio criminal justice system for NPR's ‘Serial’ podcast.

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‘Coming out as pro-fascist’: GOP’s Matt Gaetz slammed after he suggests hunting down ‘Antifa’ like ‘those in the Middle East’

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As unrest continues to wrack American cities this Monday, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) took to Twitter and decided to contribute some inflammatory rhetoric to an already volatile situation.

"Now that we clearly see Antifa as terrorists, can we hunt them down like we do those in the Middle East?" he tweeted.

https://twitter.com/mattgaetz/status/1267513356853919744

Unsurprisingly, Gaetz's choice of words riled his critics in Twitter.

Sure Matt. Can we hunt down white supremacists too? https://t.co/4tNV7iEYcr

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Spurs coach Gregg Popovich unloads on ‘unfit’ Trump — calls Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham cowards for refusing to act

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In an interview with The Nation, legendary San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich railed against President Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC).

“The thing that strikes me is that we all see this police violence and racism, and we’ve seen it all before, but nothing changes," he told The Nation. "That’s why these protests have been so explosive. But without leadership and an understanding of what the problem is, there will never be change. And white Americans have avoided reckoning with this problem forever, because it’s been our privilege to be able to avoid it. That also has to change.”

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