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Trump lost it over so-called ‘out-of-control’ prosecutors: ‘They can find something on anyone’

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President Donald Trump reportedly lost it over what he deemed “out-of-control prosecutors” looking into the finances of former “fixer” Michael Cohen, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.

Trump said that it would be a “red line” if investigators looked into his finances, though he’s now growing exasperated that Congress and the Southern District of New York are looking into Cohen’s dealings.

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“If they really want to, they can always find something on anyone,” Trump ranted, according to the source.

Grand juries don’t generally indict people unless they have possibly done something illegal. Trump has worked to demonize special counsel Robert Mueller as well as any FBI investigators he can find who is a Democrat.


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AIDS activist turned epidemiologist on Trump’s ‘genocide’ and Deborah Birx’s ‘horrific’ deadly compromise

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No matter how much Donald Trump and his agents misrepresent, obfuscate, deny, distort, spin or outright lie about the coronavirus pandemic, a basic truth remains very clear.

Trump and his regime's response to the coronavirus has been worse than negligent. It is willfully malevolent.

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Trump completely silent on police killing of George Floyd as Biden demands federal probe

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"George Floyd deserved better and his family deserves justice. His life mattered, I'm grateful for the swift action in Minneapolis to fire the officers involved—they must be held responsible for their egregious actions," said Biden.

While President Donald Trump has yet to say a single word about the Monday killing of George Floyd at the hands Minneapolis police officers, presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in contrast has joined with those demanding a "thorough" federal investigation into the incident that has sparked large protests and nationwide calls for justice.

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MSNBC’s Morning Joe busts Trump for tweeting out ‘vile’ attacks to distract from 100,000 coronavirus deaths

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MSNBC's Joe Scarborough hammered President Donald Trump for tweeting out "vile" slurs and attacks to distract from his coronavirus failures.

The U.S. crossed 100,000 dead from the COVID-19 pandemic, and the president is accusing the "Morning Joe" host of murder, threatening executive action against social media companies and retweeting videos calling for the executions of Democrats.

"He's known that the 100,000 mark death milestone was coming," Scarborough said. "He has done whatever he could do, including something I know about very well, hurt a family in Florida, just because he wants to distract. He wants to have fights with cable news hosts, fights with Twitter. He wants the public to follow that because he doesn't want us talking about the fact that, back on Jan. 22, he told CNBC while he was in Davos that he wasn't worried at all, that this was just one person coming in from China, it would be fine. A month later, he said it was 15 people but it would soon be down to zero."

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