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Rudy Giuliani unexpectedly reveals ‘all’ of Trump’s IRS audits have been ‘settled’

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Rudy Giuliani, an attorney for President Donald Trump, on Sunday attempted to connect liberal billionaire George Soros to a prosecutor’s effort to subpoena the president’s financial records. The president’s lawyer also claimed that “all” of Trump’s tax audits had been “settled.”

During an interview on Fox News, Giuliani said that a Supreme Court case which found that the president does not have “absolute immunity” against prosecution was “terribly decided.”

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“They have no reason to believe that there is anything wrong with his tax returns,” the president’s lawyer insisted. “All of them have been audited and all of them have either been passed on or settled.”

Trump has said that he would release his tax returns when they are no longer under audit, although the president has never provided proof that the IRS is auditing his financials.

“There should be some finality in tax returns,” Giuliani continued. “In other words, we get audited, we make a deal, we pay the government — you don’t come after me forever for that. And also, this is the president of the United States.”

Giuliani warned that up to 4,000 prosecutors can now “come after” Trump’s financial records.

“Look at the DAs we have now,” he continued. “We have Soros-elected anarchist DAs. They’re not there to prosecute the law. They’re there to undermined the law. He put them there.”

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“I mean, why would Soros pay for DAs other than to undermine our government?” Giuliani asked.

“Wow!” Fox News host Maria Bartiromo exclaimed.

“For five years, Soros has been funding these and nobody paid attention to it,” Giuliani added. “But he had a reason. It’s to undermined our government.”

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WATCH: COVID truther goes on wild rant about communism after getting pulled over by cops

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A South Carolina woman this week was caught on video going on a wild rant about Jesus and communism after a police officer pulled her over because her anti-vaccination signs were completely obscuring her car's rear window.

The video shows that the woman was driving a car that was covered in signs that protested not just economic shut downs, but also simply testing people for COVID-19.

After the officer pulled her over, she demanded to see his badge number and started yelling at him.

The officer tried to calm her down and told her there was no reason to be upset.

"Oh, no reason to get upset just because we're in communist Greenville, South Carolina?!" she yelled back. "I am not being disorderly! I have freedom of speech! You're being disorderly!"

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‘Angry’ Michigan Trump voters want ‘this nightmare to end’ in November

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President Donald Trump's Michigan supporters are abandoning their 2016 pick for Vice President Joe Biden as the election comes closer.

In a series of interviews on MSNBC Sunday, revisited voters they'd met earlier in the election cycle in Kent County.

Katey Morse and her husband were both working full time, and their kids were in school back in March, but things quickly changed as the coronavirus spread throughout the country. Luckily, she and her husband didn't lose their jobs, but they, like many parents, are struggling to do virtual school for their kids.

"I'm turning into more of an angry person than I've ever been in my life," she said about how she feels politically, noting that it makes her sad. "I've just got a countdown to November now, and I'm hoping we'll wake up from this nightmare we're in."

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Here’s how Trump is driving millions of American seniors into poverty

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Donald Trump’s inept handling of the coronavirus pandemic is condemning millions of older Americans to get by on much smaller incomes and forcing many into permanent poverty, a new study shows.

These people can anticipate shorter lives with less robust health, while taxpayers will bear the burden of care for many years of increased welfare benefits and subsidies.

The pandemic forced 2.9 million Americans ages 55 to 70 to leave the workforce in just March through June, a study by the Retirement Equity Lab at The New School found.

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