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Trump campaign’s Kayleigh McEnany: Democratic candidates are a ‘homogenous group of socialists’

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Kayleigh McEnany, press secretary for President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign, on Thursday accused Democrats of being a “homogenous group of socialists.”

In an interview on Fox News, host Sandra Smith asked McEnany which Democratic candidate Trump expects to face in the general election.

“You know, we are often asked that,” McEnany replied. “This is a homogenous group of socialists, one socialist organism with many heads.”

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“There might be a bit of a variety, but it’s the same organism, a radical government takeover,” she added.

Watch the video below from Fox News.


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Here are 5 reasons you have Donald Trump to thank if you get the coronavirus

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The notorious coronavirus, or covid-19, is edging closer to a global pandemic, according to the Washington Post.

"There are outbreaks. There are epidemics. And there are pandemics, where epidemics become rampant in multiple countries and continents simultaneously. The novel coronavirus that causes the disease named covid-19 is on the verge of reaching that third, globe-shaking stage."

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Working for President Trump can make it difficult to find a date in Washington: report

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It's no secret that politics have become increasingly bitter and divisive in the United States — so bitter, in fact, that on dating websites, some people will refuse to date anyone who doesn't share their political views. Although these divisions didn't start with Donald Trump's presidency, he has gone out of his way to encourage them. And journalist Katie Rogers, in an article for the New York Times, reports that working for President Trump in Washington, D.C. can make it difficult to find people to date.
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Trump-style vengeance is not limited to individuals — he can also exact revenge on an entire population

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The evil that men do lives after them. . . .— W. Shakespeare, Julius Caesar

It is a threat no one has contemplated and, therefore, not thought to address. We can only hope that that will change and that we will anticipate events that may confront us in November and begin planning to protect the country.

There are few aspects of the malignant Trump that we have not become acquainted with during the Trump three-year reign of terror over what was formerly known as the UNITED States of America. That we are no longer united is apparent from the hatred that is spewed from the Trumpian mouth and its adoring acolytes in the United States Senate, many of whom are such admirers that they seek to emulate the hate speech that is spouted from that vessel. Of course the Trumpian venom is not limited to verbal assaults. It manifests itself in retributive acts against perceived enemies.

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