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Death toll rises to 50 in Christchurch white nationalist shooting massacre — with 50 more being treated for gunshot wounds

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The death toll in the Mosque shooting massacres in New Zealand has risen to fifty, authorities announced on Saturday.

New Zealand Commissioner of Police Mike Bush made the grim announcement at press conference.

Bush also announced that fifty people are being treated for gunshot wounds.

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Fox News journalist scorched for saying Trump’s comments were ‘nativist’ and ‘xenophobic’ but not ‘racist’

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Brit Hume, a longtime Fox News journalist once seen by some as a voice of reason given his history with ABC News is getting scorched on social media for agreeing that President Donald Trump's recent remarks attacking progressive Democratic Congresswomen were "nativist," "xenophobic," and even "counterfactul" [sic] but not racist.

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One in five US Twitter users follows Trump: survey

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Nineteen percent of US Twitter users follow President Donald Trump on the social platform, and a majority of those people approve of his job performance, a survey showed Monday.

The Pew Research Center report suggests Trump's @realDonaldTrump account -- with more than 60 million followers worldwide -- has succeeded in developing an audience largely favorable to his comments, which often generate controversy.

The report is based on a survey of 2,388 US adults who use Twitter and gave Pew permission to review their personal public-facing accounts, between December 2018 and July 2019.

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Meghan McCain complains that Trump’s racist jabs make her job harder: ‘It’s humiliating for me to be on TV’

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Meghan McCain hammered her fellow Republicans for staying silent about President Donald Trump's latest racist attack -- and complained that his slurs made her job harder.

"The View" co-host condemned Trump's attack on four Democratic congresswomen that she has frequently criticized, and she was deeply disappointed to see Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) defend the president.

"It's deeply xenophobic and racist on a lot of different levels," McCain said. "My sister was not born in this country, okay? My sister wasn't born here, she's as American in every way as I am and everybody else. She also has been subjected to many racist political campaigns, which by the way, Lindsey Graham, you were present for. I remember seeing you there when it happened, so seeing that on 'Fox & Friends' was particularly, particularly hurtful."

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