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Trump's ban from YouTube has now been lifted ahead of his 2024 campaign.
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Ron DeSantis has worked hard to build himself up as the clear Republican alternative to Donald Trump — and he is, for now. But they could be too similar, or just exhaust voters who will look to someone else.
Trump could be indicted in the Stormy Daniels case any day now, and if he is, he plans to go on the attack against the Manhattan district attorney. And with the lifting of his YouTube ban, he’ll have another place to do it.
The President is Biden his time when it comes to a reelection announcement.
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, now an independent, is not even breaking 20% in early polls. But she might still be able to win — if she can come up with the money.
DeSantis has a broad definition of “finger food”.
“Trump Force One” is a presidential aircraft role playing game.
Hunter Biden has a one-star Yelp review for his laptop repair shop.
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The Court at The Hague has issued an international arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin.
New evidence has linked raccoon dogs for sale at a market in Wuhan, China to the possible origins of the pandemic.
Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan has endorsed Finland’s application to NATO, but will not endorse Sweden’s after accusing the nation of harboring Kurdish dissidents.
Silicon Valley Bank has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Denmark has deemed parts of Syria safe for refugees to return to, which could lead to the revocation of thousands of refugee visas in the country.
New Zealand has banned TikTok on government phones, fearing the ways in which the company uses data that is collected.
Protests in France over the changing of the legal retirement age have turned violent.
Biden is set to declare a new national monument in Nevada.
Peru has been accused of using lethal force to crack down on government protests.
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That Jo tweet says it all.