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President Donald Trump set Twitter ablaze after announcing the #MAGACHALLENGE, a rap challenge encouraging his supporters to serenade him with supportive lyrics. Soon, the hashtag climbed to the top of Twitter's trending topics.

Trump promised that he'd announce the winners and arrange a meeting and performance with them at the White House. He didn't say when he'd announce or when the meeting would be.

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No acronym has seen such a sudden, stratospheric rise to fame in the last four years than "MAGA," after President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign slogan "Make America Great Again."

Over the course of Trump's raucous campaign and erratic presidency, the term evolved to become a battle cry of sorts for the right; a way to own the libs in a perfectly manageable two syllables.

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When Spectrum News NY1 covered the story of President Donald Trump crashing a wedding at his Bedminster, New Jersey golf resort, their coverage was funny enough to get a shout out from The Daily Show on Twitter.

But it was not the story of the MAGA wedding that got the attention, it was the reaction of news anchor Cheryl Wills to her colleague remarking:

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is known for taking a more measured approach than some of her congressional colleagues when it comes to rebuking President Donald Trump.

But in speaking to constituents in San Francisco regarding Trump's insistence on adding a citizenship question to the 2020 United States census, Pelosi minced no words in calling him out:

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Not every Trump supporter from 2016 is still a ride or die member of the MAGA crowd. One former conservative Republican Trump voter, David Weissman, shared his change of heart on Twitter, more than once in an appeal to other Trump voters who are less than happy with the results of their 2016 vote.

Weissman describes himself as:

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Orlando MAGA Rally, June 18, 2019 (C-SPAN)

Joseph "Beau" Robinette Biden III died of cancer in May of 2015. As a result, his father, Joseph "Joe" Robinette Biden Jr., made reference to curing cancer in a public appearance in Iowa on June 11.

People understood the importance for the former Vice President in light of the death of his eldest son and namesake from brain cancer. The younger Biden had been the 44th Attorney General of Maryland and also served the United States Army as a Major in the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps.

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Jim Carrey's disgust with President Donald Trump's administration has yielded some scathing artwork in the past, and it doesn't look like he intends to let up.

His latest work invokes William Golding's novel Lord of the Flies for his latest critique of the Trump administration.

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