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Trump in full Twitter meltdown after disastrous ABC interview: ‘Really bad people SPIED ON MY CAMPAIGN!’

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The morning after ABC aired an interview with Donald Trump saying he would be willing to accept dirt on political opponents — which even has conservatives questioning the president’s judgment — Trump went on a Twitter rant about the  2016 investigation into his campaign.

In a series of tweets, the president lashed out at Democratic lawmakers with an all-cap accusation that his campaign had been spied upon.

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Pelosi’s war on progressives risks another Trump victory

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There are three reasons Trump won, and some of the leading Democrats don't seem to understand any of them

If Trump wins in 2020—and right now, he stands a good chance of doing it—you can thank Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the neoliberals in charge of the Democratic Party.

At the moment she and her allies are waging a war against progressives in order to hold onto a mythical centrist majority that doesn't exist. This threatens to repeat the mistakes of 2016, while ignoring the lessons of 2018.

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Trump bellows about ‘fake polls’ after he falls behind Democrats in survey after survey

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A new NBC poll released on Sunday is the latest to suggest danger for President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, suggesting that he would trail in a hypothetical matchup with several of the top Democratic contenders, including former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

None of this sat well with the President, who, on Monday morning, accused major news outlets of conspiring to create fake "suppression polls" discouraging his supporters from turning out:

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Sanders accuses Biden of parroting pharma and insurance industry script with attacks on Medicare for All

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"At a time when Donald Trump and the health insurance industry are lying every day about Medicare for All, I would hope that my fellow Democrats would not resort to misinformation about my legislation."

Sen. Bernie Sanders on Sunday accused 2020 Democratic presidential rival Joe Biden of parroting insurance and pharmaceutical industry talking points after the former vice president raised alarm about the supposedly high price tag of Medicare for All and suggested the transition to a single-payer system would leave people with gaps in health coverage.

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