Howard Stern Turns On Trump-Supporting Listeners: ‘I Hate You For Voting For Him’

Howard Stern never supported Donald Trump’s bid for the White House, but he at least seemed to get it. “I know these people,” Stern wrote in his latest book, released last May. “They’ve been listening to me my entire career. I could tell that they were just not feeling Hillary and that they were really embracing Donald.”
Flash forward to May 2020. “I don’t hate Donald. I hate you for voting for him, for not having intelligence. For not being able to see what’s going on with the coronavirus, for not being able to see what the Justice Department is doing.

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Trump’s obsession with Obama is an attempt to distract from his failures | Richard Wolffe

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fter two months of quarantine, we all start to dream about breaking free from our perfect little prison. Amid the endless days and nights of impending doom, whose thoughts have not turned to the place that gives us the most hope?
How can you not yearn to swap the relentless grind of this Groundhog Day for the sun-filled uplands of your own happy place?
Your dream destination might be a Caribbean beach or simply a local bar. But for Donald Trump, his Shangri-La is that corner of the 2016 election when he was just an honest grifter screaming conspiracy theories at Hillary Clinton.

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Howard Stern: Trump ‘despises’ his own voters and would be ‘disgusted’ by them

President Donald Trump wasn’t always a far-right Republican and an ally of the Christian Right. The Trump of the 1980s and 1990s was more of a center-right Blue Dog Democrat, and in 2004, he told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that “the economy does better under the Democrats” than it does under Republicans. Regardless, Trump has remade himself as the GOP’s leading far-right culture warrior. And according to shock jock Howard Stern, Trump’s base are the type of people he “despises the most.

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How Trump Plans to Weaponize COVID-19 Against Biden

COVID-19 has shattered the basic economic rationale President Donald Trump had put forward in running for reelection and forced him to come up with another: Joe Biden’s handling of the catastrophe would be worse.

Trump and his allies are working to graft his own vulnerabilities onto Biden, painting him as a feeble alternative to a president tested by the coronavirus pandemic and the economic tailspin it’s caused.

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Here’s the real reason behind Trump’s panicked Twitter meltdown

Dear Leader is a stupid, stupid man, but he more than makes up for it by being openly malevolent as well. In yet another tweet-burp after a long and very stressful weekend for Donald Trump, he once again dips into the waters of pandemic insurrection. Spoiler alert: It’s because this incompetent, sociopathic, self-obsessed jackass is freaking out about his poll numbers.

The great people of Pennsylvania want their freedom now, and they are fully aware of what that entails. The Democrats are moving slowly, all over the USA, for political purposes.

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Joe Biden: Only ‘the Mar-a-Lago crowd’ has ‘a fair shot at success’ in Trump’s America

On Friday, in a video posted to social media, former Vice President Joe Biden called out the “corruption” of President Donald Trump’s economic agenda.
In Trump’s America, Biden said, only the “Mar-a-Lago crowd” is assured a “fair shot at success” — and he suggested under his presidency, that opportunity would be available to all Americans.

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Corruption is a feature of Donald Trump’s economic agenda—not a bug. He will pick his wealthy friends and corporate cronies over working families every time.

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Joe Biden responds to the worst economy since the Great Depression

First, rather than simply saying the president blew it on the coronavirus pandemic, consigning us to a shelter-in-place strategy that crashed the economy, Biden converts the covid-19 crash into an indictment of Trump’s wrongheaded priorities. Get ready to hear a lot about how Trump “hollowed out” the economy. Biden argues that the economy was less able to absorb the pandemic because Trump had systematically favored big investors, big business and his cronies.

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Trump campaign has not returned illegal donation from foreign national: FEC records

The Trump campaign has not returned an illegal donation it received from a foreign national in 2019, records from the Federal Election Commission (FEC) show. It is the campaign’s only known illegal foreign contribution.
Rabia Kazan, a Turkish writer and author living in the U.S. on a student visa, made a $2,800 campaign donation in exchange for access to a March 2019 event at Mar-a-Lago featuring the president. The contribution was first reported this February in BuzzFeed News.

But FEC records show that the campaign has not yet disgorged that money, as required by law.

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Jared Kushner’s ‘princely arrogance’ set back the coronavirus response by weeks: report

President Donald Trump’s obsession with settling scores in the wake of his impeachment and the “princely arrogance” of his son-in-law Jared Kushner delayed the response from the White House in the critical early days of the coronavirus outbreak, numerous Republicans and administration officials told Vanity Fair’s Gabe Sherman.
As the number of coronavirus cases in New York reached 4,000, Trump continued to fume about impeachment while dismissing concerns about the outbreak, a Republican in frequent contact with the administration told Sherman.

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