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Trump thought about painting his own plane the way he thought 'Air Force One should look': Woodward book

Donald Trump considered painting his 757 the way he believes Air Force One should be painted, according to the forthcoming book Peril by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa of The Washington Post.

"I am thinking of getting it repainted red, white, and blue. Like Air Force One, the way I think Air Force One should look," Trump said, according to the book,The Independent reported Saturday.

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Joe Arpaio considering launching 3rd attempt at political comeback in small Arizona town

Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is considering his third attempt at a political comeback in Arizona after receiving a presidential pardon from Donald Trump.

Arpaio told the Phoenix New Times he is considering running for mayor of Fountain Hills in the 2022 midterm elections.

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GOP officials ripped as 'cowards' by 'Justice for J6' rally attendees: 'They're all useless'

Republican elected officials absence at a Washington, DC rally for those arrested after the January 6th rallies was noticed by those who did attend, the Washington Times reported Saturday.

""Where's McCarthy? Where's McConnell? They're all useless," one demonstrator yelled, referring to the GOP leaders in the House and Senate.

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Trump supporters seek to recast MAGA as nonviolent at rally honoring Jan 6 rioters

Addressing a much smaller crowd than the thousands of Trump supporters who streamed to the US Capitol on Jan. 6, Matt Braynard, the little-known political consultant behind the "Justice for J6" rally, deflected against far-right detractors whose warnings about federal entrapment likely dampened turnout for the event.

"This is what terrifies them — a peaceful assembly of the America First right," Braynard thundered.

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Fox News ripped by CNN's Jim Acosta for dangerously 'peddling lies for profit'

CNN anchor Jim Acosta blasted Fox News on Saturday as America grapples with a crisis of misinformation.

"No doubt about it, over on Fox this week, it got a little nuts," he said, playing a clip of Tucker Carlson's weeklong obsession with the debunked report that coronavirus vaccines caused swollen testicles of Nicki Minaj's cousin's friend.

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Trump supporter wearing dead animal refuses to believe Jan 6 was violent — even after CNN showed him video

One of the 400 to 450 people who rallied in DC in support of those who stormed the Capitol on January 6th refused to believe that the Trump supporters who sought to overturn the election were violent.

CNN's Shimon Prokupecz interviewed a Trump supporter wearing an animal hat who was clearly misinformed about the events on January 6th.

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Insurrection supporters blame Trump after 'Justice for J6' rally flopped

Attendance was sparce at Saturday's rally in Washington, DC backing the Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol on January 6th in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election, which was won by Joe Biden.

Capitol Police estimated turnout was only 400 to 450 people.

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'Simply insane': GOP House member slams South Carolina Republicans promoting ivermectin

According to a report from the Sun News, Rep. Tom Rice (R-SC) took to Facebook late Friday to slam Republican Party officials in Horry County after they endorsed ivermectin -- an anti-parasitic drug -- for the treatment of Covid-19 symptoms.

The report notes that, at a Monday meeting in Myrtle Beach, officials from the Horry County Republican Party shared a video of member Tracy Diaz speaking with a nurse about possible Covid -19 preventative treatments that included the drug usually prescribed for animals except in special cases.

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Evangelical theology is what made the Texas abortion outrage possible

During my undergrad years at U Mass Dartmouth I had the great privilege of being mentored by Dr Juli Parker, who was director of the Women's center, now called the Center for Women, Gender, and Sexuality. It was there, more than 20 years ago, that I was shown a small piece of what so many women face in this country. As the only football player volunteer at the center, I observed two very different worlds. The football locker room, with men saying some pretty awful things, and Dr Parker explaining the truth around sexual assault, abortion rights and the regular fight for equality that women face every day.

This article first appeared in Salon.

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All signs point to bust for D.C. 'Justice for J6' rally as TrumpWorld says 'stay away

WASHINGTON — With officials warning Washington D.C. to brace for potential violence this weekend, all attention turns to a pro-Trump rally slated to occur on the grounds of the United States Capitol Saturday dubbed "Justice for J6," organized by a little-known former Trump campaign aide.

This article first appeared on Salon.

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'Traitors': Dem Ted Lieu calls out 'Justice for J6' attendees during MSNBC interview

Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) didn't mince words on MSNBC on Saturday morning, saying the attendees who are showing up for the "Justice for J6" rally are no better than the jailed insurrectionists who are currently awaiting trial for attacking the Capitol on Jan 6th.

Speaking with host Alex Witt, Lieu was asked about the rally which, early on, appeared to be sparsely attended with media and law enforcement making up most of the crowd.

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'Trump's army look like losers': National security expert blows up rally organizer's boast about success

With cable networks showing a very small turn-out for the 'Justice for J6" rally near the Capitol on Saturday, national security expert Juliette Kayyem pushed back at comments made by rally organizer Matt Bryanard who claimed, no matter how many people show up, his event is a success.

In an interview reported by the Washington Post on Friday night, the former Donald Trump official claimed, "Already this rally is a success," adding "there's going to be so much media," before claiming. "It's not really a numbers game, it's a message game."

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Top Georgia GOP lawmaker blows whistle on colleagues who passed restrictive voting law

According to a report from Business Insider, Georgia Lt. Gov Geoff Duncan (R) called out his Republican colleagues in a new book coming out, bluntly stating they passed an overreaching and restrictive voter bill in an effort to remain in power.

The report notes that Duncan details what went on behind the scenes in his new book "GOP 2.0" where he also said the Republican Party is in danger of falling apart unless it expands its horizons and quits scaring voters away.

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