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George Conway blasts ‘Deranged Donald’ in extensive anti-Trump tweetstorm

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Although Washington, DC-based attorney George Conway and his wife, Kellyanne Fitzpatrick Conway, are both right-wing Republicans, they have radically different views where Donald Trump’s presidency is concerned. KC, a Trump adviser and long-time GOP strategist, is one of the president’s most ardent defenders, while GC is one of his most vehement critics on the right. And GC has been ramping up his anti-Trump attacks this week, even going so far as to invent a new hashtag: #DerangedDonald.

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Trump, after accepting an invitation from the Queen of England this week for an official U.K. state visit, revived his accusations of British spying on him—which GC considers ridiculous. And the 55-year-old attorney, in response, complained on Twitter that the spying accusations were being underreported “because it gets lost beneath all of the other deranged things Deranged Donald does.”

GC used the Deranged Donald insult in other tweets as well on Thursday, brutally mocking Trump for his aversion to reading. “Deranged Donald,” GC scoffed, avoids books “unless they have lots of pictures and tell him how great he is.”

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In response to a Wednesday Trump tweet in which the president reiterated his claim that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s final report for the Russia investigation was a total vindication of him, GC complained that Trump had “little understanding” of the Constitution. And in other tweets, GC wrote that “#DerangedDonald” suffered from a “narcissistic personality disorder” and an “antisocial personality disorder.”

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‘No president is a dictator’: John Kelly backs Mattis’s take on Trump — and says we need leaders with ‘ethics’

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President Donald Trump's former chief of staff on Friday spoke out in defense of former Trump Secretary of Defense James Mattis's scathing assessment of President Donald Trump.

In an interview with former Trump White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, Kelly said that "I agree" with what Mattis said about how dangerous it is for the president to propose using the American military against American citizens who are protesting against police brutality.

"The idea you would unleash American active duty folks unless it's an extreme situation... the troops hate it," Kelly said. "They don't see it as their jobs. They don't want to be used in that way."

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WATCH: Bat-wielding 75-year-old white woman tries to block peaceful protesters from marching

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In an incident that was caught on video this Wednesday, an elderly woman in East Grand Rapids, Michigan, brandished a bat as she confronted people protesting the death of George Floyd.

Speaking to WOODTV, the woman said she was just simply defending her community.

“I just simply stated, you know, ‘You’re not going to burn down East,'” 75-year-old Karla Anderson said.

The video shows protesters marching down the street when Anderson, hoisting the bat in a confrontational manner. Some protesters yell, "Leave her alone," but one man on the bike attempted to take the bat away from her anyway. Others stepped in to try to diffuse the situation.

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Trump accuses China of sending coronavirus to US: ‘What’s going on? It’s a gift from China’

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President Donald Trump accused China of purposefully infecting Americans with the coronavirus.

The president boasted about the surprise return of 2.5 million jobs last month -- the largest increase on record -- and claimed that showed the coronavirus pandemic was winding down and the U.S. economy was opening back up.

"We're at 105,000 lives [lost to the virus]," Trump said Friday outside the White House. "We also closed it up to Europe. Europe became very infected from China, a gift from China, not good. They should have stopped it, they should have stopped it at the source. It's a gift from China and a very bad gift, I will tell you that, and you do say, how come at Wuhan where it started and they were very badly -- they were in bad trouble."

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