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President Donald Trump's "Homecoming" rally in Sunrise, Florida on Tuesday night hit all of the President's usual marks: profanity, falsehoods, and calls to imprison his 2016 opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

With news that Trump recently took an unexpected trip to Walter Reed Medical Center, Trump falsely claimed that media reports said he had a massive heart attack. While media outlets reported that Trump's hospital visit was unconventional at the least, no reputable outlets speculated what the visit for.

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GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN - MARCH 28: President Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a rally at the Van Andel Arena on March 28, 2019 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Grand Rapids was the final city Trump visited during his 2016 campaign. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Earlier this month, President Donald Trump was publicly feuding with Democratic Minneapolis Mayor, Jacob Frey.

Frey wanted the Trump campaign to pay the city of Minneapolis up front for security and other logistics ahead of Trump's rally in the city. The Trump campaign accused Frey of partisanship and an seeking to silence the President. Frey just knew about the President's constant pattern of not paying up.

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US President Donald Trump addresses the Turning Point USAs Teen Student Action Summit 2019 in Washington, DC, on July 23, 2019. (Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM / AFP) (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Despite long-held beliefs that Democrats launching impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump would backfire, public support for the President's impeachment continues to rise as more information regarding Trump's corrupt dealings with foreign leaders comes to light.

Trump's impeachment got an unexpected—albeit likely accidental—endorsement this morning from its own subject: President Donald Trump himself.

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The climate crisis is just that: a crisis. Temperatures are rising, we're drowning in trash, and if substantial action isn't taken to offset the changing climate within a decade, the damage will be irrevocable.

With the United States government often slow to act, local governments and individuals have begun taking small steps to leave less of a footprint. This includes replacing plastic straws with paper straws. A biodegradable alternative to plastic, these paper straws pose less of a threat to plants and animals when they inevitably end up in the ocean or on the ground.

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Celebrities have minimal control over the use of their likeness, especially with memes and gifs. But they can still speak out when they see their image used to promote an agenda or person they oppose. And that is what actor Adam Scott did after seeing a gif of himself used by Team Mitch.

Team Mitch is the official Twitter account for Mitch McConnell for Senate. McConnell is the embattled Republican Senate Majority Leader who routinely gloated about using his position to obstruct legislation and President Barack Obama's appointments and nominees.

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Presidential candidate and Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) won't be appearing on Fox News any time soon.

Warren has met with crowds both big and small to talk about her presidential plans, which include student loan debt relief and taxing the very rich. Town hall meetings are her jam. They allow her to connect with her constituents and bolster her grassroots campaign for the 2020 presidential election.

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November of 2020 is just under two years away and the crop of Democratic candidates who will take on President Donald Trump in the 2020 election continues to grow.

Among them is Kirsten Gillibrand. The New York Senator is currently touring the country to speak with voters and potential supporters.

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