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Trump tries to ‘cash in’ with MAGA rally for 'elites' — leaving out ‘blue collar’ fans: report

The last time former president Donald Trump visited the Amway Center in Orlando, it was for a free MAGA rally kicking off his re-election campaign in 2019. On Sunday, Trump will return to the Amway Center, but this time supporters will have to "pay big" to see him, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

The newspaper notes that tickets for the event – the second stop on Trump's "History Tour" with disgraced former Fox News Host Bill O'Reilly — "start at $100 for upper deck seats and run into the thousands of dollars for VIP packages," which reportedly include “floor seats, a 45-minute reception before the show, and photos with Trump and O’Reilly.”

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Trump 'not worried about anything' because he isn't being prosecuted for inciting Capitol riot: former RNC chair

While the "foot soldiers" of the Capitol insurrection are being arrested and prosecuted, federal authorities don't appear to be "building cases" against the people who sent them — including former president Donald Trump, the Atlantic's Barton Gellman reported Monday.

Appearing on MSNBC on Tuesday to discuss Gellman's story — titled "Trump's Next Coup Has Already Begun" — former Democratic Sen. Claire McKaskill said Steve Bannon's recent indictment appears to be as close as investigators have gotten to "the control center" of Jan. 6.

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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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Mark Meadows rages at Kellyanne Conway in new book for seeming to believe Trump lost the election

Polling and messaging-meister Kellyanne Conway reportedly believed that President Donald Trump may have lost the election and that the numbers displayed on election night were consistent with reality. It led former chief of staff Mark Meadows to rage about her in his new book about his time in the White House.

As Trump assembled aides in the Oval Office, all he wanted to talk about was that it appeared he was losing the election, even in Georgia.

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Mark Meadows passes off QAnon followers as fringe kooks in new book

President Donald Trump has attracted a number of conspiracy theorists and people dedicated to the belief that an operative known only as "Q" was delivering messages from inside his administration. Over the past several months, however, those Q followers have turned against several Trump allies. Now his former chief of staff is coming out against the QAnon group.

In his new book, Meadows implies that the supporters are essentially nothing more than kooks

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Marjorie Taylor Greene: Jan. 6 defendants are being mocked in jail 'because of the color of their skin'

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on Tuesday suggested that people who allegedly rioted on January 6 are facing discrimination "because the color of their skin."

Greene made the remarks during a press conference that unveiled a Republican-back report on the January 6 defendants who are currently housed at the D.C. Jail. The event also featured Reps. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Matt Gaetz (R-FL) and Paul Gosar (R-AZ).

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Trump considered spiking Kavanaugh’s nomination over ‘I like beer’ testimony: report

Donald Trump "strongly considered" withdrawing Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, according to a new report by Politico.

"It wasn’t because of accusations that Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford while in high school, but because he’d professed that he 'liked beer' during his hearings and was, in Trump’s estimation, being too apologetic," Meridith McGraw reported. "Meadows writes that Trump, a teetotaler who was 'extremely put off' by Kavanaugh’s professed affection for suds, proposed the idea of dropping Kavanaugh during a flight on Air Force One while Meadows was still a sitting congressman."

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'God had cornered me': Mark Meadows explains why he had no choice but to work in Trump's White House

Former Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) frequently cites God as the one responsible for the path of his life.

In a 2017 interview with him from Christian Broadcast Network, Meadows said that he never wanted to be in Congress, but that God had other plans for him.

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Experts blast latest attack on Kamala Harris – from a news giant owned by a million-dollar Trump donor

Security experts and many Americans alike are blasting an attack by the mainstream media giant Politico against Vice President Kamala Harris, an attack that comes amid revelations of a study in The Washington Post showing just how unfairly negative the press has been in its coverage of President Joe Biden and his administration. As it turns out, Politico, a major player in DC politics, is effectively owned by a million-dollar donor to Donald Trump.

The anger which spread through social media late Monday night was fueled by a tweet from Politico's White House reporter Alex Thompson, who shows Vice President Harris in four different images using corded headphones instead of wireless ones. According to Thompson, co-author of the piece, the Vice President has a "Bluetooth phobia," and co-wrote a story titled, "Kamala Harris is Bluetooth-phobic."

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Ghislaine Maxwell hard drive had been previously seized by law enforcement in 2007: Miami Herald reporter

The reporter widely credited with re-opening the investigation into Jeffrey Epstein reported on a new piece of information revealed in the trial of alleged co-conspirator Ghislaine Maxwell.

"A 2001 computer hard drive owned by Ghislaine Maxwell seized during 2019 raid of Epstein’s NY mansion had been previously seized by law enforcement in July 2007," Miami Herald investigative reporter Julie Brown reported.

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DOJ could release an 'alternative Mueller report' prepared by legal team investigating Trump: report

The U.S. Department of Justice may soon release a summary of its internal report "memorializing" former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into President Donald Trump's alleged ties to Russia. The unredacted report is said to include parts of the initial report that were excluded from the one sent to Congress.

In a letter submitted on Thursday of last week, the Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s office informed Judge Katherine Polk Failla of the progress regarding the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documentation request submitted by The New York Times. According to the attorney's office, it had made "progress" in determining the documentation referred to by Andrew Weissmann, the top deputy to Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

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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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Trumpworld oligarch busted in the biggest sanctions-evasion scheme in US history is still living a ‘playboy lifestyle’ in Miami

A bombshell new investigation by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, Law&Crime and the Miami Herald revealed how a notorious figure is living a life of luxury in Florida while under protection of U.S. authorities.

"Facing 130 years in prison, infamous Turkish-Iranian money launderer Reza Zarrab took a plea deal in 2017 agreeing to testify in U.S. courts. Federal officials have since kept him out of the spotlight, while allowing him to lead a government-sanctioned life of luxury under a false identity in Miami," the Herald reported.

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