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Trump issues executive order declaring national emergency over information technology

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President Donald Trump. (AFP / MANDEL NGAN)

On Wednesday, NBC News reported that President Donald Trump has signed an executive order entitled, “Securing the Information and Communications Technology and Services Supply Chain”:

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The order, which aims to secure U.S. information technology services, comes in the wake of numerous stories of electronic data breaches by both hackers and foreign governments, although it is unclear what it will involve.

Trump has grown increasingly bold about employing national emergencies to expand his executive power, most notably having declared one at the southern border to facilitate military construction of his border wall after Congress rejected his proposal and he lost a month-long shutdown battle to obtain the funding from them.


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Trump supporter accused of voter fraud invited to apply for a pardon — in gratitude for proving ‘how hard voter fraud is’

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On Wednesday, writing on Twitter, Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman invited a Trump supporter accused of voter fraud to apply for a pardon if convicted — in thanks for showing Pennsylvania voters, and Republicans around the country, how difficult it is to commit voter fraud.

The case centers on a man in Forty Fort, Luzerne County, who allegedly filled out an absentee ballot application for his deceased mother with the intention of casting a second ballot for President Donald Trump, in her name. He faces up to 10 years in prison if found guilty.

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Georgia GOP secretary of state: Trump ‘threw my family under the bus’ even though we voted for him

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‘The election wasn’t stolen — he blew it’: Michigan Republican says Trump ‘did everything possible to lose’

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President Donald Trump insists the election was stolen from him in Michigan, but Republicans there haven't been willing to indulge his fantasy.

The president has zeroed in on the state, which he narrowly won in 2016, in his effort to overturn his election loss to Joe Biden by claiming widespread fraud and pressuring legislators to overrule the will of the voters, but few Republicans are buying in, reported Politico.

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