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President Trump: "I don't want France going out and taxing our companies, very unfair. And if they do that we'll be taxing their wine or doing something else."

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Sen. Doug Jones, vulnerable Alabama Democrat: “I will not support the confirmation of any Supreme Court justice nominee, regardless of who it might be. I will not support that nominee before the outcome of the November 3 election has been determined,” per @alizaslav 

HUGE NEWS America, We got a Cable News Show. I am launching The Benny Report on @newsmax . Join us for our first episode tomorrow at 6:30PM EST

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's personal trainer did three push-ups while paying his final respects

Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida said on Friday that the state would move into the next reopening phase, lifting all state restrictions for restaurants.

“When you talk about Black empowerment, this President is talking about doing things to give access to capital to Black communities to the tune of $500 billion. This is something that is unprecedented.” - @PARISDENNARD 

Promising to get ugly. Leftist SCOTUS plotter: “I manipulate the media better than anyone else on this phone call.”

New York's sanctuary city policies are what allowed a criminal illegal alien to be released TEN TIMES back into the community to commit more crimes. Detainer non-cooperation threatens America's public safety.

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The women of Congress bid a last farewell to the soft-spoken and small in stature RBG, whose legacy as a legal giant made it possible for all of us to achieve so much and paved the way for our daughters and granddaughters to make even greater strides. Let us always #FightLikeRBG 

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NEW: MARK ZUCKERBERG gave $250M to help local governments administer elections during Covid-19. But a TRUMP-allied group is suing to block the money from cities in four swing states, arguing they "have demographics with overwhelmingly progressive voters."

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