New Biden campaign ad fights Trump BS fire with Trump BS fire

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In response to President Trump using Dr. Fauci’s words out of context, the Biden campaign did some selective quoting of Trump himself. One of the most common new hobbies over the past four years has been for critics of President Trump to retweet his old tweets that directly contradict something he’s said or done on any given day. There’s always a tweet, right? Last month, the Biden campaign used a 10-second clip of President Trump during a rally speech saying, “If I lose to him, I don’t know what I’m going to do. I will never speak to you again . . . . You’ll never see me again.” Read Full Story

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Will Trump keep getting intelligence briefings? Who decides?

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Presidents typically continue to receive intelligence briefings after they leave office, but some officials say that’s not a good idea in Trump’s case. It’s hard to transition from one day knowing the world’s intelligence secrets to the next day being all alone in America, pocketing $400,000 speaking fees and tens of millions in book deal cash . To soften the blow, former presidents continue to receive intelligence briefings and access to classified information. Except today’s outgoing president is . . . different. Here are a few things to know as Donald Trump leaves the White House for the last time. Read Full Story

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This 10-second Trump clip is the best Biden ad of the 2020 Presidential campaign

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It only took a few hours before the Biden campaign turned a riff from a President Trump rally into a brilliant slogan. On Saturday evening, President Trump held a campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He began his speech by praising recently deceased Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, then assuring his gathered supporters he would answer their chants to “Fill that seat.” Read Full Story

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See Trump’s astounding tax avoidance, summed up in one chart

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It’s the one infographic you need to see this year, even though you already know what it says. Donald Trump has often been called a reality show president. But it may be more apt to call him a reality show business man. Because a massive NYT investigation of Trump’s long-hidden taxes from 2000-2018 tells the story of a man who inherited his parents’ money through tax schemes , lost a bunch, went on TV to make some back, and then lost it again. Read Full Story

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Hush, Trump. Twitter is going easy on you.

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Twitter has finally used its design to flag Trump’s unfactual hate speech. And contrary to the president’s claims, it’s using a soft touch. For the past four years, Trump has enjoyed free rein on Twitter. Any musing, however racist or threatening , has been treated with diplomatic immunity . Trump has said things on Twitter that would get any normal citizen banned from the service. And yet Twitter let Trump go . . . until this week. Read Full Story

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‘He’s actively cheating already’: Mary Trump on her uncle’s campaign

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The president’s niece says that his debate strategy was driven by recent revelations about his taxes. I talked to Donald Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, the morning after Tuesday’s presidential debate, perhaps the worst debate in the history of U.S. politics. The spectacle was made miserable by Donald Trump, a political animal who after almost four years as our president we still don’t know quite how to handle. Read Full Story

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Can Biden do more than just undoing Trump’s anti-immigration legacy?

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A backlash from Trump—and a need for essential workers—may create the urgency for Biden to push for real immigration reform, not just administrative fixes. It’s now an image forever etched into the history of America: Donald Trump descending the gold escalator of his Fifth Avenue hotel to announce his candidacy for president. The words he delivered after would be just as long-lasting. “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best,” he famously spouted, not even two minutes into his 45-minute campaign launch speech . “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.” It was evident from the very start that Donald Trump’s presidency was founded on anti-immigrant sentiment. Read Full Story

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