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Trump’s campaign manager buried in mockery after threatening Twitter boycott over McConnell suspension

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President Donald Trump’s campaign manager threatened to boycott Twitter unless the social media company reversed a suspension for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s campaign account.

The Team Mitch account was locked after tweeting out video of protesters gathered outside McConnell’s home, where some of the demonstrators can be heard wishing physical harm would fall upon the Kentucky Republican — and Twitter determined the comments violated the platform’s terms of service.

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Brad Parscale, who’s managing Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign, pledged the president’s campaign would not “spend another dime” advertising on Twitter until the Team Mitch account was unlocked.

“We stand with Sen. McConnell & won’t spend another dime with @Twitter until they unfreeze his account. Locked it after he showed video of threats against him,” Parscale tweeted. “Twitter is cool with Hamas or Louis Farrakhan, but not Senate Majority Leader. Terrible bias!”

Other Twitter users, however, were delighted by the prospect of seeing less Trump content online.

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Fox News canceled on James Comey after IG report vindicated the FBI: ‘They must have read the report’

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Former FBI Director James Comey said Fox News canceled a scheduled interview after a report by the Department of Justice Inspector General vindicated the investigation into President Donald Trump.

"I offered to go on Fox & Friends to answer all questions," Comey tweeted on Monday.

"I can’t change their viewers on Donald Trump but hoped to give them some actual facts about the FBI," he explained.

"They booked me for tomorrow at 8 am. They just cancelled (sic). Must have read the report," he suggested.

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GOP House candidate challenging Maxine Waters has been arrested on felony stalking and extortion charges

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A prominent Republican voice and Republican challenger to Rep. Maxine Waters' (D-CA) was arrested over the weekend, according to The Daily Beast.

Saturday night, businessman Omar Navarro was arrested after he was seen near his ex-girlfriend DeAnna Lorraine Tesoriero’s apartment. Tesoriero is running a campaign against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).

She told The Beast that she saw Navarro outside her home before getting a text message from an unknown number saying, "Bitch, I came to see you." He allegedly offered her money to marry him and threatened to give her relatives' address to the anti-fascist group known as "Antifa." He also threatened her pets.

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Ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page takes victory lap after IG report clears her of conspiracy to frame Trump

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Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, who has been a target of frequent criticism from President Donald Trump, is taking a victory lap after Inspector General Michael Horowitz's report cleared her of any wrongdoing.

Page was accused by both Republican lawmakers and the president himself of being part of a "deep state" plot to undermine Trump after it was revealed that she sent text messages that disparaged Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.

However, the IG's report concluded that Page had no significant influence over the FBI's decision to launch an investigation into the Trump campaign's multiple contacts with Russian agents in 2016.

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