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The Trump campaign was roasted recently when it sent a cease and desist order to a PAC called Priority USA for using audio clips of Trump in an ad to highlight the numerous times he dismissed the virus that's caused a public health crisis in the United States.

Now, the campaign's attempt at revenge with a recent tweet may turn out to be ill advised.

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Even though the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump may seem like a lifetime ago now, you may recall the litany of career national security officials who complied with congressional subpoenas to testify what they knew about Trump's now-infamous interactions with the Ukrainian President.

You likely remember the sense of duty these officials displayed in answering each question truthfully to the best of their knowledge, regardless of whether or not it hurt the President—even if he attacked them on Twitter or fired them for it.

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Former Vice President and current Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is the current frontrunner for the nomination to take on President Donald Trump in November.

As a result, the Trump campaign has accelerated its attacks on Biden, but many think it's taken things too far with one of its recent tweets.

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As the presidential candidate field narrows leading up to national conventions, voters whose preferred candidate dropped out are realigning their support. Beyond Republican and Democrats, independent voters are also making decisions about who to support in November.

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Former Vice President and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden snagged major victories in Tuesday night's primaries, widening his lead over fellow candidate, Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT), and signaling the beginning of the end of a divisive Democratic primary.

The two candidates represent two highly different schools of thought on the best way to beat President Donald Trump in November and the ways to move forward after he's gone.

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After a widely victorious night of Tuesday primaries, former Vice President Joe Biden widened his lead as the frontrunner in the Democratic race to take on President Donald Trump in November.

Biden won Mississippi, Missouri, and the night's biggest prize, Michigan.

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The country was changed forever in November of 2016 when Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lost Michigan to now-President Donald Trump. His victory in the crucial swing state all but secured his upset electoral college victory.

Three and a half years later, as the state prepares to vote in the Democratic primaries, former Vice President Joe Biden just received an unexpected—but welcome—endorsement that may indicate how the state's electorate feels about its decision in 2016, after nearly one full term of Trump.

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