Donald Trump Is Getting Dragged for Fixating on Hillary Clinton at His Orlando Rally, and Clinton Just Responded With a Sick Burn

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President Donald Trump held another MAGA rally. This time it also served as the official kick off of his 2020 presidential campaign.

He chose a location that handed him two pieces of bad news yesterday before his MAGA rally: the conservative, Republican supporting newspaper the Orlando Sentinel endorsed "Not Donald Trump" for 2020 and Quinnipiac polls revealed his support in Florida fell behind all the Democratic frontrunners.

However the MAGA rally formula went on as normal, replete with the standard chants of most of the same rhetoric that constituted his 2016 campaign. The evening included mocking of his political rivals by his family and the President himself.

Also included were references to Trump's 2016 rival, Hillary Clinton.

The familiar chant of "lock her up" was started and encouraged at the June 18 MAGA rally, over 2 years since former Secretary of State Clinton left public service and the political trail to become a private United States citizen.

Watch excerpts of the MAGA rally here.

Former Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum remarked on the President and his supporters continued obsession with Secretary Clinton.

But Clinton responded to let Gillum—and everyone else—know she's unbothered.

People loved the response and offered a few of their own.

They also offered observations on President Trump.

In addition to targeting Clinton, Trump also made several false claims about other political rivals and boasted of the things he would accomplish if reelected. The 2020 presidential election is now 502 days away.

The book #StillWithHer : Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Moments That Sparked a Movement is available here.

"Foreword by Hillary Rodham Clinton with essays by Chelsea Clinton, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michelle Kwan, and many others. This book is a look forward at all the positive movements that have come forth from Hillary Rodham Clinton's historic campaign for President."
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President Donald Trump took the opportunity to hype his pet project—bollard fencing along the southern border—to a meeting of the National Border Patrol Council.

The NBPC—a union organization not part of the federal agency—is "the exclusive representative of approximately 18,000 Border Patrol Agents and support personnel assigned to the U.S. Border Patrol."

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But in a recent tweet, Baldwin reminded his followers that Trump's ascent and increasing corruption is no laughing matter.

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President Donald Trump's personal lawyer and one of the key players in the Ukraine scandal, Rudy Giuliani, is once again claiming to have proof of a Democratic scandal in Ukraine.

Once again, he's refusing to reveal it.

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Attorney General William Barr criticized President Donald Trump's tweets about Justice Department prosecutors' sentencing recommendation for Trump ally Roger Stone.

Barr—who overrode the recommendation after Trump railed against it on Twitter—said Trump's tweets made it impossible to do his job, though some people believe his words weren't to rein in Trump, but to mitigate public outrage.

Fox Host Lou Dobbs is not one of those people.

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Americans across the country were furious when President Donald Trump fired Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman after Trump was acquitted in his impeachment trial by the Republican Senate.

Vindman complied with a congressional subpoena to testify before the House committee overseeing Trump's impeachment inquiry last year.

The career military official and Purple Heart recipient was escorted out by security along with his twin brother, an NSC official who played no part in the impeachment proceedings.

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People cried foul earlier this week when the Justice Department overrode four career prosecutors to recommend a reduced sentence for former Trump campaign advisor Roger Stone.

The Department's decision came only a day after Trump railed against the prosecutors' recommendation on Twitter, leading many to believe the Department reduced the sentence recommendation because the President interceded on his ally's behalf.

All four prosecutors on the case resigned in response to the change.

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