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'Lord of the Lies': CNN's Acosta warns all of Trump's false stories are starting to catch up with him

CNN host Jim Acosta introduced a segment showing a clip from this week's interview between former President Donald Trump and NPR’s Steve Inskeep. In the discussion, Inskeep asked Trump about the so-called "rigged" election in Georgia, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Trump ranted about Biden's crowd sizes and then claimed the GOP is going to do whatever it wants to do. Trump then hung up, refusing to go any further with the interview.

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'That really hurt my feelings': Marjorie Taylor Greene is still upset about 'Jewish space lasers'

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) revealed that the phrase "Jewish space lasers" hurt her feelings after it was reported that she had complained about the idea.

The phrase "Jewish space lasers" became widely used by outlets last year after Media Matters found that Greene had blamed orbital lasers for wildfires in California. She claimed in a Facebook post that the lasers had been funded in part by the Rothschilds, a wealthy Jewish family.

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'No sense of morals': Lindsey Graham buried by GOP consultant for cynically sucking up to Trump

Appearing on MSNBC on Sunday afternoon, Republican political strategist Susan Del Percio called out Sen. Lindsey Graham for his slavish devotion to Donald Trump, explaining that the moment the former president's popularity craters, the South Carolina Republican will drop him like a hot rock.

Laughing at Graham's assertion that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) needs to learn to work with the twice-impeached ex-president if he wants to remain the GOP leader in the Senate, Del Percio said that wasn't going to happen and accused Trump's Senate golfing buddy of being a sycophant with no "morals."

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Marsha Blackburn bizarrely suggests Michelle Obama is registering GOP voters

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) oddly asserted over the weekend that former First Lady Michelle Obama is registering voters who will side with Republicans.

During an interview on Fox News, host Maria Bartiromo asked Blackburn how Republicans would respond to Obama's plan to register 1 million new voters.

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Fox News host forces Glenn Youngkin to admit critical race theory is not 'being taught' in Virginia schools

Fox News host John Roberts forced Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) to admit that critical race theory is not taught in Virginia elementary schools although he insisted that the philosophy is "present."

During an interview on Fox News Sunday, guest host John Roberts noted that Youngkin had kicked off his time in office by signing executive orders that ban the teaching of critical race theory.

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GOPer cites election of Barack Obama and Kamala Harris as reason for opposing voting rights bill

Appearing on CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday morning, Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) was put on the spot by host Jake Tapper over Republican opposition to the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and responded by pointing out how Black Americans have been elected to office as a reason it is not needed.

"The Senate's going to take up the Democrats' election reform bills this week," host Tapper began. "A key part one of them is the John Lewis Voting Rights Act which would restore provisions of the landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act that protects against discriminatory state election laws. When the Senate reauthorized that law just a decade ago it passed 98-0. Why don't Republicans, including yourself, support restoring those, the voting rights act now?"

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'Stupid rules!' Fox News host has massive meltdown after unvaxxed tennis star is deported from Australia

Fox News host Rachel Campos-Duffy attacked Americans who are under 30 years old after Australia banned tennis star, Novak Djokovic, over his refusal to get vaccinated for Covid-19.

"It is a warning," Campos-Duffy said during a Fox News segment. "And I think that the only reason that it hasn't happened here are, one, obviously we have some constitutional protections but just in terms of talking about the mindset. It's people from our generation on up who know what America always was and I think those are the people on the right, sensible people in the middle who are holding ground and fighting back and saying no to these masks."

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'An avalanche of lies': Trump's Arizona speech slapped aside by CNN host

The morning after Donald Trump rehashed all of his complaints about the 2020 presidential election that saw him lose to President Joe Biden and then attacked fellow Republicans, a CNN host dismissed his words as an "avalanche of lies."

During the speech, the president also asserted that his "Stop the Steal" rally crowd was massive, telling the crowd, "They talk about the people that walked down to the Capitol, They don't talk about the size of that crowd. I believe it was the largest crowd I've ever spoken before, and they were there to protest the election."

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'Stop seeing Spiderman!' SNL's Joe Biden explains how Americans can end the pandemic

President Joe Biden, played by James Austin Johnson, delivered a message about COVID-19 in Saturday Night Live's Cold Open on Saturday.

"As I keep saying every chance I get, we're in the middle of a cold, dark winter. This winter is so dark Republicans don't think it should vote," Johnson's Biden said.

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Trump brags about Jan. 6 crowd size: 'I think it was the largest I've ever spoken before'

Former president Donald Trump on Saturday complained that the "fake news" media never reports on the size of the crowd at his Jan. 6 "Stop the Steal" rally prior to the Capitol insurrection.

"They talk about the people that walked down to the Capitol," Trump told the crowd at his MAGA rally in Arizona. "They don't talk about the size of that crowd. I believe it was the largest crowd I've ever spoken before, and they were there to protest the election."

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WATCH: Trump rally crowd chants ‘lock him up’ as Dr. Fauci becomes ‘the new Hillary Clinton’

The crowd at former president Donald Trump's rally in Arizona on Saturday repeatedly chanted "lock him up" when speakers, including Trump himself, mentioned Dr. Anthony Fauci's name.

Some speakers also spewed dangerous rhetoric about Fauci, including Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ).

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'Chances higher' Matt Gaetz will now be indicted after former girlfriend's testimony: NBC reporter

According to NBC senior national political reporter Marc Caputo, the likelihood that Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) will be indicted has increased after his former girlfriend landed an immunity deal and testified to authorities.

Speaking with MSNBC host Alex Witt, Caputo -- who broke the story about the former paramour coming in to testify -- said there appears to be movement in the Florida investigation of the controversial lawmaker over charges he may have paid underaged girls for sex or suborned obstruction of justice afdterward.

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Lindsey Graham is putting the GOP in a 'dangerous predicament': former Trump administration official


Appearing on MSNBC with host Alex Witt, a former Donald Trump administration official warned that Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was painting the Republican Party into a box by enforcing "blind loyalty" to Donald Trump upon his colleagues.

Speaking with host Witt, Shermichael Singleton -- who served as Chief of Staff at the Department of Housing and Urban Development in the Trump administration -- was asked about Graham's assertion that he would not support Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnel (R-KY) to be the GOP leader if he didn't have "a working relationship with Donald Trump."

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