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‘No quid bro code’: Alec Baldwin gives hilarious portrayal of a Donald Trump campaign rally on SNL

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Actor Alec Baldwin returned to “Saturday Night Live” to portray President Donald Trump at one of his “Make America Great Again” re-election campaign rallies.

“Hello, New Mexico. By far, my favorite Mexico. So great to be here in the great city of Albacore, tuna capital of the United States,” he said.

“I came back for a surprise rally because I heard they’re building a wall. On the border of Colorado. To keep the New Mexicans out,” Trump claimed.

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The president then made the case that the impeachment inquiry is a witch hunt and to say there was no quid pro quo.

“That’s right. No quid bro code,” Trump argued.

“These Democrats led by Adam shifty-Schiff, he’s a real Schiff-head, a deep-state conspiracy, and tonight I would like to bring up some of my loyal followers to explain what’s really happening in this country,” he said.

He was joined on stage by a white woman with a misspelled T-shirt.

“This man is under attack. It’s deep state lizard conspiracy and everyone’s in on it,” the woman shouted.

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Next, a supporter from Bikers for Trump joined him on stage.

“And do you know why they’re doing this to me?” Trump asked.

“I do, sir, because I watched it in a news machine. All this man did was shakedown a foreign government to get dirt on his political enemy. I mean, is that wrong?” the motorcycle enthusiast asked.

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“Yes!” the crowd shouted in unison.

“No, no, no, the answer is no,” Trump said.

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“Sorry, no!” the crowd repeated back to him.

“Sir, I love you, and I don’t care what they say, I know it’s big,” he said, pointing towards Trump’s pants.

Another supporter said, “I love you. And I worship you as the one true white lord!”

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She attempted to hand Trump a handgun after he vowed to shoot on Fifth Ave the author of an upcoming, anonymous book about his administration.

Trump was thanked by an ISIS member who had recently been freed from captivity in Syria after Trump’s decision to abandon America’s Kurdish allies.

Also in attendance was Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who Trump said is “one of us now” after he “got his ass completely owned” by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).

Also in attendance was former America President Bill Clinton and current President of Turkey Recep Erdoğan, who offered to “disappear” former Vice President Joe Biden instead of just hand over dirt.

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Jared Kushner wrestles control of Trump pardon process away from Bill Barr’s DOJ: report

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President Donald Trump has taken the pardon process away from the Justice Department and given more direct control to son-in-law Jared Kushner and former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi.

The president granted clemency Tuesday to a group of 11 political allies, Fox News regulars and others, and he has put together an informal task force overseen by Kushner to recommend and vet new candidates, reported the Washington Post.

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Trump tapping social media ‘clown’ Grenell to lead intelligence agencies even has Trump allies concerned: MSNBC’s Morning Joe

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MSNBC's Joe Scarborough walloped President Donald Trump's pick for acting director of national intelligence.

The president tapped controversial German ambassador Richard Grenell to oversee the all 17 intelligence agencies, despite having no experience in intelligence or running a large bureaucracy -- among other disqualifying characteristics.

"People that know Grenell do say that he lacks intelligence, he lacks discretion, he lacks knowledge of the subject," Scarborough said. "He especially lacks judgment."

"His role as ambassador in Germany was disastrous by all accounts," Scarborough added, "and the largest German newspaper said this of him: 'Grenell is vain, narcissistic, he dishes out aggressively but can barely handle criticism. His brash demeanor hides a deep insecurity. Grenell knows little about Germany and Europe, and that his knowledge of the subject matter is superficial.'"

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Minnesota pastor leads campaign to try to shift evangelical vote away from Trump

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MINNEAPOLIS — The Rev. Doug Pagitt jumped on stage at his former Minneapolis church with a message that he and his entourage are repeating across the country: Evangelical voters, you can stay true to your Christian faith but not vote for President Donald Trump.Their “Vote Common Good” campaign, conducted from a bright orange bus making stops at every Democratic state primary, represents the small cracks in the evangelical base that helped propel Trump into office. More than 80% of white evangelical Christians voted for Trump in 2016, and continue to support him in his bid for reelection.Pagitt... (more…)

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