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Former GOP Speaker Newt Gingrich admits Joe Biden can ‘conceivably’ beat Trump

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Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Thursday acknowledged that former Vice President Joe Biden can “conceivably” defeat current President Donald Trump.

While appearing on Fox News, Gingrich agreed with a claim made in Biden’s campaign announcement.

“I agree with Joe Biden,” Gingrich said. “We are in a battle for the soul of the nation.”

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According to the former GOP House speaker, some Democrats “are in favor of killing babies” because they support abortion rights.

“You have Democrats who favor allowing terrorists and bombers to vote while they’re in prison,” he continued. “You have Democrats who are for open borders, letting anybody in who wants to. You have Democrats who want to take away your right to have private health insurance. Let’s go down the list!”

“This is a fight over the nature of America and the future of America,” Gingrich opined. “And the choice next year is going to be the widest choice maybe in modern times.”

Gingrich said that Trump could “conceivably” lose if the former vice president becomes the nominee.

“If the economy were to go really bad,” Gingrich observed. “If the president would have a bad campaign. You don’t know.”

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“Look, they just elected a comedian by 73% of the vote in Ukraine,” he added. “Italy has two populist parties that are in charge of the government, one of which was founded by a comedian.”

Watch the video below from Fox News.


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Trump-loving Minneapolis police union boss calls the cops on a reporter for knocking on his door

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Lt. Bob Kroll, the Trump-loving president of the Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis, called the police this week on a Washington Post reporter for the purported offense of knocking on the door of his house.

In an effort to get Kroll to respond to the charges that were filed this week against all four Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's death, the Post sent one of its reporter to Krolls house after multiple other requests for comment went unanswered.

"A Washington Post reporter who knocked on Kroll’s door was soon pulled over by a police officer who said that Kroll had reported suspicious activity on his front porch and that 'he doesn’t want any press,'" the paper reports.

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‘I know a dying administration when I see one’: British journalist says brutal crackdown will seal Trump’s doom

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British journalist Ed Luce called out Senate Republicans for covering a dying Trump administration that's threatening U.S. democracy as it gasps for survival.

The Financial Times' chief U.S. commentator told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that President Donald Trump is trying to crack down on dissent and rally his hardcore base as the coronavirus and now nationwide protests against police brutality threaten his re-election chances.

"There are other Republican senators who are keeping silent because they know that what Trump is doing, what Trump is suggesting, is wrong," Luce said. they're scared of a backlash if they speak out."

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Massive new fence construction at White House draws howls of laughter: ‘Mexico might actually pay for this wall!’

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President Donald Trump may no longer be hunkering down in a bunker, but he does seem to be building a lot more fencing around the White House.

CNN reporter Betsy Klein on Thursday posted a video showing a massive amount of new fencing being built at the White House, which is part of an effort to limit anti-police brutality protesters' ability to demonstrate directly in front of the building.

More fencing going up around the White House complex early this morning pic.twitter.com/VLBRnx1lgz

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