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Trump rages against Biden and news media as Twitter rage-gasm continues

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President Donald Trump continued tweeting out denials and attacks as impeachment gathers around his administration.

The president tweeted dozens of times over the weekend and got an early start Monday morning, when he lashed out against a whistleblower and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA).

He called the complaint fake and then threatened to have Schiff arrested for “treason,” and then moved on mid-morning to an explanation for asking Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden.

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“Very simple! I was looking for Corruption and also why Germany, France and others in the European Union don’t do more for Ukraine,” Trump tweeted. “Why is it always the USA that does so much and puts up so much money for Ukraine and other countries? By the way, the Bidens were corrupt!”

Next he turned to attack the media for reporting details of his call to the Ukrainian president, rather than hyping nonexistent evidence of Biden corruption.

“The Fake News Media wants to stay as far away as possible from the Ukraine and China deals made by the Bidens,” Trump tweeted. “A Corrupt Media is so bad for our Country! In actuality, the Media may be even more Corrupt than the Bidens, which is hard to do!”

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CDC quietly deletes hydroxychloroquine guidance as study hyped by Trump comes into question

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday quietly removed bizarre guidelines for using the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as a potential treatment for the new coronavirus. The unproven treatment has been repeatedly hyped by President Donald Trump in spite of the warnings of Dr. Anthony Fauci.

The CDC published "highly unusual" dosing guidance based on "unattributed anecdotes rather than peer-reviewed science" last month amid pressure on federal health officials from Trump, Reuters reported. The agency now appears to have quietly removed those guidelines from its website this week.

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Michigan man assaults passerby who made fun of him for wearing coronavirus mask made from thong underwear

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On Wednesday, The Daily Beast reported police in Michigan are looking for a 47-year-old man accused of assaulting a passerby who had made fun of him for wearing a coronavirus mask made out of thong underwear.

"According to The Battle Creek Enquirer, the 57-year-old victim told police he was in his home on Monday evening when the suspect approached him wearing thong underwear over his face. The victim allegedly told the suspect that the makeshift mask looked like the thongs laying around his own home."

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Trump ‘said the quiet part out loud again and acknowledged when more people vote Dems win’: MSNBC host

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MSNBC's Chuck Todd had to cut into President Donald Trump's Wednesday press conference twice to fact-check inaccurate claims he was making. However, one thing Katy Tur noticed, amid the inaccuracies about vote-by-mail, that Trump inadvertently "said the quiet part out loud again."

Democrats have said that one of their most-haves in the next coronavirus bill is funding for states that want to go to a vote-by-mail system.

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