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GOP senator melts down on Fox News for letting Trump ramble and damage his re-election chances

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President Donald Trump sat for a town hall with Fox News’ Sean Hannity this week, and when asked what his plans were for a second term, he was unable to give a clear answer.

On Saturday, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) — one of the president’s key Senate allies — lashed out at Hannity and Fox News for declining to press Trump on the matter.

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Grassley, who helped Trump confirm dozens of judges including two Supreme Court Justices when he chaired the Senate Judiciary Committee, has grown frustrated with Trump in recent weeks, at one point holding up nominees to demand answers on his purge of inspectors general.


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What Trump doesn’t want you to know about Russia’s election interference

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Last Friday, William Evanina, director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, released a statement that “Russia is using a range of measures to primarily denigrate former Vice President Biden and what it sees as an anti-Russia ‘establishment.'” It also noted that both China and Iran prefer that Trump be defeated in the November election.

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Trump first spotted his new coronavirus adviser on Fox News — where he rails against COVID-19 ‘hysteria’

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President Donald Trump first spotted his new coronavirus adviser on Fox News.

The president introduced Dr. Scott Atlas on Monday during his reinstated daily briefings, although he still hasn't spoken at either of the two media events he's attended to update the public on the deadly pandemic, reported CNN.

"He's working with us and will be working with us on the coronavirus," Trump told reporters at Monday's briefing, "and he has many great ideas, and he thinks what we've done is really good, and now we'll take it to a new level."

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Trump’s GOP convention might end up being a series of ‘white power hours’: political strategist

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Speaking on MSNBC this Wednesday, Democratic strategist David Plouffe said that Joe Biden picking Kamala Harris as his running mate was an example of the "electorate being much more stable" than political pundits, and added that Trump's instinct to attack Harris once the announcement was made was a clear sign that he knows he's "hemorrhaging in the suburbs."

"[Trump's] only answer seems to be to wave the racist, misogynist flag, which is one of the reasons he's having such difficulty in the suburbs" Plouffe said. "So if he doesn't fix that, he can turn out all the MAGA base he wants -- he's got to do better in the suburbs, he's gotta cut down Biden's lead."

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