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We've looked at some of the wildest moments of the interview led by the persistent Jonathan Swan.
Instead of focusing on pertinent matters, the former business mogul aimed his frustration over Black lives mattering.
Jones, a CNN pundit and former aide to President Barack Obama, kept his involvement in Trump's police reform initiative secret.
The claim was so wild that even Sen. Kamala Harris had to hop on Twitter to ask folks if they've heard of the holiday before he mentioned, and you know how that went.
White Supremacist Donald Trump Gleefully Promotes “MAGA NIGHT” At The White House As Protests Rage On
It is clear that President Trump is weaponizing the rage felt by Black Americans and pitting his rabid extremist right-wing supporters against protesters angered by the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless others.
On Mother's Day, President Trump unleash a Twitter tirade, accusing the former president of crimes that he was unable to name.
The political action committee, led by George Conway, the husband of Kellyanne Conway, slams the former business mogul and makes mention of his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
During his program, Lemon pondered aloud why the former business mogul seems to attack the former president at will.
Lynnette "Diamond" Hardaway and Rochelle "Silk" Richardson became household names as a result of their unflinching support of the former business mogul and reality TV star.
During a White House briefing, the former business mogul made the ham-handed suggestion that people directly inject disinfectants into their bodies and his recommendation has been blasted by manufacturers and medical professionals alike.
Trump has staged his daily coronavirus and COVID-19 briefings to go off script and serve as reelection campaign speeches in some measure.
Dr. Adams made the foolhardy decision to advise people of color to abstain from drinking, smoking and to follow COVID-19 guidelines set forth by the White House for their "Abuela," "Big Mama," "Grand Daddy," and "Pop-Pop."