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Trump offers bizarre praise for new White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany as Superwoman

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The leader of the free world offered praise for White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Saturday.

Trump retweeted a photoshopped image of McEnany wearing a Superwoman costume that was posted as a reply to a Twitter comment.

“Doing a GREAT job!” Trump added.

McEnany is Trump’s fourth press secretary — which is more than former President Barack Obama had during his entire eight years in office.

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Sean Spicer initially held the position, which infamously got off to a rocky start after Spicer attempted to mislead the country into thinking Trump had a larger inauguration crowd than Obama.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders was his second press secrary. Stephanie Grisham came next and held the job for 281 days, but never once held a briefing.

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It wasn’t just Derek Chauvin who crushed the life out of George Floyd — it was the force of American history

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Encouraging police brutality and other forms violence is one of Donald Trump's favorite things to do.

In a 2017 speech, Donald Trump told police: "Please don't be too nice" to suspected criminals.

Predictably, Trump's administration has systematically removed civil rights protections designed to hold America's police accountable for acts of brutality and other crimes against the public.

On Memorial Day, Donald Trump's wish came true (again).

George Floyd was detained by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin and three of his colleagues on suspicion of using a forged $20 bill to make a purchase at a local convenience store.

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‘The moment is just too big for Donald Trump’: MSNBC contributor rips president’s failures of leadership

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MSNBC's Mike Barnicle blasted President Donald Trump for shrinking from his leadership role as the coronavirus and race riots rage across the nation.

The "Morning Joe" contributor said the president's failure showed he simply didn't understand the nation he leads, and was incapable of faithfully executing his duties.

"The moment is just too big for Donald Trump," Barnicle said. "It's too big for him to handle. He doesn't understand the country, he doesn't understand the loss, he doesn't understand empathy, he doesn't understand the differences between races in this country. He just doesn't understand the nature of the job."

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Trump mocked in China’s state media for fleeing to bunker in the face of protests: ‘Mr President, don’t go hide’

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According to a report in The Guardian, Chinese state media and government leaders are mocking reports that Donald Trump fled to a secure bunker under the White House in the face of massive police brutality protests that reached the White House gates.

Following reports that a "rattled" Trump was ushered to safety by the Secret Service as police battled with George Floyd protesters in the streets of Washington, D.C, among other cities, officials in China took notice.

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