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Mark Zuckerberg laughed at by Obama alums after Trump discussed his imprisonment at Georgia rally

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg received harsh criticism from former Obama administration officials following Donald Trump's political rally in Georgia.

When Trump complained about Zuckerberg at the rally, the crowd began chanting "lock him up."

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Trump gushes about Marjorie Taylor Greene: 'She's really, really smart!'

QAnon Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has been ridiculed for pushing a conspiracy theory that California wildfires were started by a giant Jewish space laser, but was praised for her intelligence on Saturday.

At a campaign rally in Georgia, Trump described the congresswoman who had a meltdown on the Capitol steps on Friday as "very low-key."

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Trump sought to settle scores during dark speech in Georgia that lasted over 90 minutes

Donald Trump traveled to Georgia on Saturday where the former Republican president repeatedly slammed the state's GOP governor while describing America as a dystopian hellscape under President Joe Biden.

Trump has been livid since Kemp refused to overturn the state's 2020 election, which was won by Biden.

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Trump says Stacey Abrams might be a better Georgia governor than Republican Brian Kemp

Donald Trump continued his grudge against Gov. Brian Kemp at a campaign rally in Georgia and suggested to his audience that they might be better off voting for a Democrat in the 2022 midterm elections.

Trump was pushing his debunked conspiracy theories about election fraud when he mentioned Abrams, who is widely expected to face off against Kemp in a 2022 gubernatorial rematch. After Kemp won under a cloud of voter suppression in 2018, Abrams founded the voting rights group Fair Fight Action which helped Joe Biden win Georgia while Democrats swept both U.S. Senate seats.

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Trump launches fresh attack on the legitimacy of the Obama administration at Georgia rally

In 2011, Donald Trump embraced the racist birtherism conspiracy theory against then-Sen. Barack Obama.

In 2016, The New York Times reported Trump pushed the conspiracy theory for five years. The newspaper described it as "a remarkable campaign of relentless deception that tried to undermine the legitimacy of the nation's first black president."

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QAnon congresswoman brazenly lies at Trump rally — while demanding audit of the vote in Georgia

Controversial Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) lied to the audience at a rally in Perry, Georgia on Saturday.

While warming up the crowd ahead of Donald Trump's speech, the first-term representative lied about the elections in her state.

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'Ridiculous' Lauren Boebert buried by former prosecutor for claiming rape victims should have had a Glock

Appearing on MSNBC on Saturday afternoon -- and struggling through a glitchy video link -- former prosecutor Cynthia Alksne expressed disgust with Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) for comments she made about rape victims, implying that, had they been armed with a handgun, they never would have been sexually assaulted.

Boebert was attempting to make the case for overturning Roe v Wade.

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Former Arizona GOP AG accuses Trump's vote auditors of succeeding at doing what the Russians failed to do

Appearing on MSNBC on Saturday morning, former Republican Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods trashed the just-completed "audit" of 2020 presidential ballots in Maricopa County, saying everyone involved should be ashamed of themselves for looking for fraud where none exists -- before adding that the pro-Donald Trump auditors are helping America's enemies.

Speaking with host Ali Velshi -- with the MSNBC host calling the shenanigans in Arizona a "fraudit" -- Woods called the Cyber Ninja organization a bunch of "grifters" before suggesting those who are trying to overturn the election of doing what the Russian's couldn't do in 2020.

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Legal expert explains how the walls are closing in on a flustered Trump

A former U.S. prosecutor is breaking down the ins and outs of former President Donald Trump's highly publicized lawsuit against the New York Times, three of its reporters, and his niece, Mary Trump. Appearing on MSNBC with Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber, former federal prosecutor Joyce Vance broke down all of the issues with the former president's lawsuit.

Vance began with the questionable timing of Trump's lawsuit. Citing his legal history, she said noted that many of Trump's lawsuits have had ulterior motives. "Trump usually files lawsuits as an aggressive mechanism," Vance noted. "This is his history so he might file a lawsuit to distract from other things that are going on around him."

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‘Pretty much the ball game’: Trump just lost any chance of being able to claim executive privilege

White House press secretary Jen Psaki Friday afternoon casually let reporters know President Joe Biden will not invoke executive privilege on behalf of former president Donald Trump when the House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack requests documents.

Trump is claiming that his status as a former president allows him to retain executive privilege rights, which is wrong. The ability to invoke executive privilege rests only with the current president, and is well-defined.

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Trump's Georgia rally overshadowed by GOP infighting, backfiring Arizona audit and Jan 6 subpoenas

Donald Trump's Saturday rally in Georgia got off to an inauspicious start as multiple factors converged to scuttle the former president's hopes for a triumphant return to the campaign trail.

The former president's troubles exploded on Thursday when the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol issued subpoenas to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, former White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications Daniel Scavino, former Defense Department official Kashyap Patel, and former Trump advisor Stephen Bannon.

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Bill Maher ridicules GOP for pushing Texas audit after Arizona's backfired: 'The crazy never stops'

HBO "Real Time" host Bill Maher on Friday mocked Republicans for audits of the election President Joe Biden won over ten months ago.

"The crazy never stops," Maher said. "The results from the audit of the election, which was almost a year ago, are in from Arizona. Whoops, they found actually Biden got more votes."

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Marjorie Taylor Greene's chief of staff quits — only hours after her public meltdown on the Capitol steps

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) lost her most senior staffer on Friday after she made a scene on the steps of the U.S. Capitol.

NBC News reported Greene "instigated a shouting match with a group of House Democrats who were holding an event outside the U.S. Capitol on Friday."

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