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As COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the United States and millions face unemployment as businesses across the country shut their doors, President Donald Trump was given a chance to calm Americans at a Friday press conference when NBC reporter Peter Alexander asked what his message was to Americans who were scared.

Trump responded by calling Alexander a "terrible reporter" and said his question was "nasty."

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President Donald Trump's eldest son—Donald Trump Jr.—is about as nuanced on social media as his father.

While the President's outlet of choice is Twitter, Don Jr. often uses Instagram to post memes and other pictures designed to troll liberals and anyone else who isn't unquestionably loyal to his father.

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With the Super Tuesday primaries reviving the Presidential campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden, it wasn't going to be long before President Donald Trump and his allies would once again suddenly feign concern over the business dealings of Biden's son.

In case you don't remember, the President was impeached for using military aid to pressure Ukraine's President to announce investigations into the Bidens. When that impeachment occurred, Trump and his defense team did all they could to divert attention back to the former Vice President.

And now the President's eldest son, Don Jr., is at it again.

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Former New York Mayor and 2020 Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg defended New York City's stop and frisk laws which disproportionately targeted and endangered young Black and Latino men until a judge ruled it unconstitutional in 2013.

A cringeworthy tape was recently released of Bloomberg saying that all crime is in minority communities and that one could theoretically xerox a single description and apply it to 95% of criminals in New York.

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Since Democrats took over the House in January of 2019, they have passed around 400 bills addressing everything from common sense gun reform to prescription drugs to domestic violence to election security to insider trading to voting rights.

But you wouldn't know it to listen to Republicans, particularly Donald Trump, who has dubbed the Democratic Party the "Do-nothing Democrats" despite their having accomplished quite a lot in a short period of time.

Including, of course, launching an official impeachment inquiry into the President, holding impeachment hearings, officially impeaching him, and sending the articles to the Senate. They've actually been quite busy.

But that didn't stop President's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., from using the moniker in an ill-advised tweet on Wednesday.

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Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of President Donald Trump, has an internet persona almost as obnoxious as his father's.

He reminded people of that with a recent Instagram post where he showed off his AR-15, which boasted a special guest star.

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President Donald Trump's eldest child, Donald Trump Jr., has been vocal in defense of his father's pressure on Ukrainian officials to announce an investigation into the business dealings of former Vice President Joe Biden's son Hunter's business dealings in Ukraine.

Junior insists that Burisma Holdings, the energy company on which Hunter Biden is a board member, traded the board position for influence in the White House, giving Hunter Biden special treatment because of his last name.

Speaking of special treatment...

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