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Lincoln Project out with video mocking Trump’s Tulsa rally: ‘Smaller than expected — but you’ve probably heard that before’

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The Republican-led group “The Lincoln Project” is out with a new video mocking President Donald Trump for his Tulsa, Oklahoma rally that failed to deliver the excited crowd that was promised.

There were over 1 million people who RSVP’d to the Trump rally, but they struggled to make it to 6,200 rally-goers, according to the Tulsa Fire Department.

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The video cites headlines calling the Trump rally a “dud.”

“You’ve probably heard this before, but it’s a lot smaller than we expected — and it sure wasn’t as big as you promised,” the video says, showing Trump’s small hands making a little gesture.

It’s a troll that goes back to one of the first GOP debates where Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) insulted the then-candidate for being so obsessed with his hand size he frequently sent photos of his hands through the mail.

“Look at those hands, are they small hands?” Trump said, holding them up for the audience to see. “And, he referred to my hands — ‘if they’re small, something else must be small.’ I guarantee you there’s no problem. I guarantee.”

See the Lincoln Project video below:

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White House ripped for leaking their ‘Tyrion Lannister move’ — on how they’re going to stop the leaks

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President Donald Trump's administration received harsh criticism after Axios reported on the scheme the White House is using to try to identify leakers.

"President Trump's chief of staff, Mark Meadows, has told several White House staffers he's fed specific nuggets of information to suspected leakers to see if they pass them on to reporters — a trap that would confirm his suspicions," Axios reported Sunday.

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Here is the trick Trump’s chief of staff is using to try to identify officials who are not loyal enough

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President Donald Trump's fourth White House chief of staff has admitted to lying to the workforce he oversees in an attempt to catch White House whistleblowers, according to a new report.

"President Trump's chief of staff, Mark Meadows, has told several White House staffers he's fed specific nuggets of information to suspected leakers to see if they pass them on to reporters — a trap that would confirm his suspicions," Axios reported Sunday.

"This hunt for leakers has put some White House staffers on edge, with multiple officials telling Axios that Meadows has been unusually vocal about his tactics," Axios explained. "So far, he's caught only one person, for a minor leak."

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Trump ripped as a ‘traitor’ by veterans for his mask photo-op at Walter Reed Hospital

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The veteran advocacy organization Vote Vets on Sunday blasted President Donald Trump for holding a photo-op at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

After a round of golf on Saturday, Trump traveled to the hospital to be photographed by the press pool wearing a mask, which was a first since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vote Vets, which says it has raised over $120 million since being founded in 2006 and made over 50 million voter contacts, released a new video on Trump's visit.

The ad says it shows "what wounded warriors see when Trump comes for a photo-op."

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