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Trump mocked for requiring rally attendees not to sue over COVID-19: ‘Lawyers, start your engines’

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President of the United States Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a "Keep America Great" rally at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, Arizona. (Gage Skidmore)

On Thursday, reporters noticed that President Donald Trump’s campaign was moving to disclaim any legal liability for the spread of COVID-19 at the president’s upcoming rally in Tulsa Oklahoma, with attendees being asked to affirm, “By attending the Rally, you and any guests voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and agree not to hold Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. … liable for any illness or injury.”

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Commenters on social media quickly scorned the campaign, given that Trump has previously referred to coronavirus public health measures as the Democrats’ “new hoax” and many of his supporters are adamant about not wearing masks.

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Noam Chomsky: ‘Malevolent’ Trump exposed the ‘extreme fragility of American democracy’

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Prominent public intellectual Noam Chomsky is explaining how President Donald Trump, post-election, is revealing the actual state of America's fragile democracy.

The president's General Services Administration (GSA) head Emily W. Murphy may have signed off on beginning the transition process for the Biden administration but he is still pushing his baseless, unfounded claims of voter fraud. Although U.S. election officials deemed the 2020 presidential election "the most secure in American history," Trump continues to insist the general election was rigged.

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Trump’s ‘sore loser’ tiny desk performance mocked by New Yorker writer: ‘This does not project strength’

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New Yorker writer Susan Glasser on Friday mocked President Donald Trump for whining about losing the 2020 presidential election while sitting behind a tiny desk.

Appearing on CNN, Glasser said she was amazed that someone as image-conscious as Trump wouldn't realize how weak he appeared on Thanksgiving while ranting about voter from behind a puny desk.

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‘Tiny brain. Tiny man. Tiny desk. Massive ego.’ Donald Trump mocked for ‘throwing a tantrum’ at ‘the kids table’

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President Donald Trump gave a Thanksgiving Day address from a comically tiny desk in the White House, setting off a stream of mockery throughout the evening.

The president aired his grievances, lashed out at reporters and told outrageous lies about the election -- which he insisted had been stolen from him -- but most observers were distracted by that unusually small desk adorned with a large presidential seal.

hold me closer tiny-desk man

— Adam Weinstein (@AdamWeinstein) November 27, 2020

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