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Kanye West won’t appear on Missouri ballot after falling thousands of signatures short

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kanye West’s presidential ambitions in Missouri are over.The artist fell 3,443 signatures short of what he needed to qualify for the November general election ballot, Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced Tuesday. Ashcroft’s office released a letter it sent to West outlining its findings.West, at one point a vocal Donald Trump supporter, has been waging a presidential campaign largely viewed as a publicity stunt to promote a new album. Still, he will appear on the ballot in multiple states.Republican operatives have been publicly linked to efforts to get West on…

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Trump considering trolling Biden inauguration with 2024 campaign event: report

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President Donald Trump may be leaving the White House in the very near future, but it does not look like he will be going away, as promised, anytime soon.

The lame duck president is already strategizing for a 2024 presidential run to regain control of the White House, according to The Daily Beast. The publication reports that insiders close to the situation have revealed details about the president's latest plot.

It appears Trump has no intention of moving on from the presidential election defeat. While most former presidents move on with their lives after leaving the White House, insiders suggest Trump is ultimately trying to stay in the spotlight. The president's assessment is reportedly based on television ratings as opposed to actual professional experience and the ability to effectively govern the country.

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Something sketchy happened when Kelly Loeffler’s husband dumped his own stock this spring

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Sen. Kelly Loeffler, the ultra-wealthy unelected Georgia senator facing a runoff election this January that may determine control of the U.S. Senate, came under the scrutiny of government and Senate investigators this spring amid press reports of stock trades made after she attended a private briefing in January about the coronavirus pandemic.
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There’s nothing ‘normal’ about this moment: Even if Trump reluctantly leaves office, immense damage has been done

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Is Donald Trump still attempting a coup with the intention of remaining in power indefinitely?

Yes. "I quit" is a phrase that does not appear in the authoritarian's handbook.

Trump has announced his coup in public, which is a major reason why most people are not taking it seriously.

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