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‘Impeach the Russian Asset’: Protesters taunt Trump with signs as he arrives at Mar-a-Lago

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President Donald Trump was greeted by protesters during his twenty-first visit to his Mar-a-Lago resort on Friday, the Palm Beach Post reports.

Trump’s golf vacation also features large fundraisers for the Trump Victory Committee.

“A few hundred people lined Southern Boulevard to watch the motorcade, with Trump supporters outnumbering opponents. Near the Southdale Shopping Center, two people hoisted a red ‘Trump 2020’ sign while a man held a ‘Welcome Fascists’ sign and other signs read ‘Impeach the Russian Asset,’ ‘Liar’ and ‘NRA Trump Kills Our Kids,'” the newspaper reported.

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However, one Trump supporter associated with the Bikers for Trump motorcycle gang predicted the president would win reelection in 2020 in a landslide.

“I think you’re going to see a groundswell … I think you’re going to see him win by a huge margin, especially when you look at the jokers the Democrats are putting up,” Doug Altman said. “They are going to kill each other in the primaries.”

“Others expected at Friday night’s fundraiser included Commerce Secretary and Palm Beach resident Wilbur Ross, Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon, Trump 2020 Campaign Manager Brad Parscale, Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend, former Fox News personality Kimberly Guilfoyle,” the Palm Beach Post reported.

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Trump has spent 86 days at Mar-a-Lago while in office. That is more than 11 percent of days in office.

Trump has also spent 51 days at his nearby Trump International West Palm golf course. That accounts for roughly one third of the 151 days he has spent at his golf courses.

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Trump frequently criticized President Barack Obama for golfing while in office, but has since spent far more time at golf courses.

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Scottish lawmaker: Reasonable grounds to suspect Trump or his associates ‘have been involved in serious crime’

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A Member of the Scottish Parliament is asking his fellow ministers to investigate President Donald Trump’s deals through which he acquired his properties in Scotland, including Trump’s two multi-million dollar losing golf courses. President Trump prizes his Turnberry, Scotland  resort, but reports that the American president is using the U.S. federal government to help keep it afloat have dogged him.

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Florida woman zips boyfriend into suitcase and lets him suffocate: police

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A Florida woman zipped her boyfriend into a suitcase and recorded video as he suffocated to death, police said.

Sarah Boone was arrested on second-degree murder charges in the death of Jorge Torres Jr., who died inside a suitcase during an apparent domestic dispute, reported WESH-TV.

The 42-year-old Boone told police that she had been drinking chardonnay with Torres, who she said agreed to climb into the suitcase and be zipped inside as a joke.

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Rudy Giuliani whines he only has ‘five friends left’ in latest cell phone misadventure

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On Thursday, the New York Daily News reported that President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani accidentally complained to a journalist that he had lost most of his friends as a result of the Trump impeachment business.

The confession, made to an unknown associate named "Tony," came after he put his phone in his pocket while it was still running, thinking he had ended his call — the latest in a number of similar mishaps Giuliani has had with his phone.

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