After Lindsey Graham Praises Trump's Iran Speech, GOP Strategist Mocks Him With 11 Brutal New Rules for Trump Loving Republicans

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President Donald Trump addressed the nation on Wednesday morning after Iran launched retaliatory strikes against two Iraqi military bases where U.S. troops were stationed.

During the speech, the President sniffled nearly 60 times, slurring his words as well. By the end of the address, "adderall" was trending on Twitter due to the amount of people speculating that Trump was on drugs.

Nevertheless, Trump's allies fell in line to praise him—particularly Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC).

Graham heaped praise upon the President in a Fox News interview, absurdly stating that the speech was as good as Ronald Reagan's famous "tear down this wall" address, and that Trump's speech singlehandedly reset the relationship between the world and Iran.

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One Republican recently compared Graham to a "pilot fish"—a fish who follows a larger, predatory fish for food scraps and protection.

Republican strategist and Trump critic Rick Wilson used Graham's subservience to establish the rules for loyalty to Trump.

After years of seeing ceaseless praise for even Trump's most indefensible actions, many thought Wilson's thread to be spot-on.

Rick Wilson is one of the founders of the Lincoln Project, a Republican political action committee working to prevent Trump's reelection.


As millions of Americans commemorated the legacy of civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., presidential counsellor Kellyanne Conway railed against the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, set to begin in the Senate on Tuesday.

The President, who leaves for the World Economic Forum in Davos on Monday night, has no public plans to commemorate Martin Luther King Day, prompting reporters to ask Kellyanne how he intended to celebrate.

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The long-awaited tenth season of HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm premiered this week, and the show's creator Larry David wasted no time in skewering current events.

One of the premiere episode's standout moments came when Larry tried on a red Make America Great Again cap—the signature accessory for supporters of President Donald Trump

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President Donald Trump's reaction to white supremacists and neo-Nazis in the aftermath of the Charlottesville riots hasn't been forgotten, even two years later.

The President infamously asserted that there were "very fine people on both sides" at the Unite the Right rally, where white supremacists protested the removal of a confederate statue. The ensuing violence resulted in the murder of counter-protestor Heather Heyer.

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The Senate is gearing up for a historic impeachment trial against President Donald Trump, who withheld congressionally approved aid from Ukraine on the condition that its leaders announce investigations against his political opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden.

Days after taking an oath of impartiality, some Republican senators are making the rounds to defend Trump's actions.

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Amendment 4—a Florida referendum restoring voting rights to former felons—passed in 2018 with 65% of the vote, paving the way for an additional 1.4 million voters in the swing state.

Republican Governor Ron DeSantis immediately took steps to undermine the public will by signing into law a bill that would only restore voting rights to felons who fully pay all fees and fines imposed after leaving prison.

Under Florida law, court debts left unpaid after three months are referred to private debt collectors, who can then tack on a surcharge of up to 40%.

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A day after Senators took an oath of impartiality in the impeachment trial against President Donald Trump, the President eagerly announced the team of lawyers who will be defending him.

Two names on the list stood out.

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