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Mark Meadows calls Gen. John Kelly a liar in new book

President Donald Trump's chiefs of staff appear to conflict with each other over the tales from their time in the White House.

In Mark Meadows's new book, he claims that Trump never said that "Hitler did great things, as was printed in Michael C. Bender’s book Frankly, We Did Win This Election. I knew that he hadn’t."

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Trump aides admit his Twitter ban has helped clean up his image: report

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, while Donald Trump has complained about his banning from social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, aides to the former president admitted that his inability to rant and rave about every little thing online has had a direct impact on his approval numbers.

Noting that the social media platforms not only weren't hurt when they booted the twice-impeached president -- and in fact have flourished -- the Journal also pointed out that he is no longer a hot topic on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram since his banishment with mentions plummeting 88 percent.

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Pence promises incumbent GOP governors facing Trump-approved challengers that he 'has their back'

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Donald Trump's attempts to only get Republican lawmakers who support him re-elected will be running into an unexpected roadblock.

That would be former Vice President Mike Pence.

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Mark Meadows drops new details on just how bad Trump's COVID illness really was

New York Times reporters Maggie Haberman and Noah Weiland sat down with Mark Meadows to discuss his upcoming book in which he reveals former President Donald Trump received a positive COVID-19 test days before his first debate with President Joe Biden.

Promoting the story on Twitter, Haberman said that Meadows went into great detail about former President Donald Trump's health. The piece explained that Trump "has long been fearful of appearing weak," and in the past, he's tried to hide details about just how sick he was.

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Here are 6 things about Jan. 6 that have been under-reported: former special counsel

Former Department of Defense special counsel Ryan Goodman crafted a list of important things that happened related to the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. government that have been unreported or underreported and deserve greater amplification.

Taking to Twitter, Goodman first predicted that the day is quickly approaching when the Justice Department will take on former President Donald Trump's "co-conspirator (for lack of a better term) Jeffrey Clark as Attorney General."

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Mark Meadows names officials who most likely leaked embarrassing story of Trump hiding in a bunker

Mark Meadows's new book walks through the fury that he and others in the White House faced after it was leaked to the press that then-President Donald Trump was rushed to the bunker when a protester jumped over the temporary fencing around the White House complex.

If there's one thing consistent with Trump, it's that he can never be seen to show weakness. His niece, Dr. Mary Trump, a psychologist, has walked through many of the reasons for this that go back to his father Fred Trump Sr.

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Nothing would prevent Trump from using his 'TRUTH SOCIAL' network as he pleases if he's re-elected: WSJ

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, should Donald Trump's online platform "TRUTH SOCIAL" launch successfully and grow, there is no law that currently exists that will ban him from running the company as its CEO even if he is re-elected in 2024.

Noting that the stock has soared since it went public, the Journal noted that Trump Media & Technology Group, of which he is the CEO, could be a big player in "a crowded field of right-leaning sites and social networks, thanks to Mr. Trump's prominence and online following."

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The American right's actions are right out of the Nazi playbook

A Virginia school board voted unanimously last week to ban all "sexually explicit" books from school libraries after a woman found the acclaimed novel about a gay relationship, "Call Me by Your Name" — which was made into an Oscar-winning film — as well as "33 Snowfish," about three homeless teenagers, in the district's online library catalogue.

This article was originally published at The Signorile Report

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