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Former President Donald Trump received a significant financial boost as his criminal trial in New York began. The former president received a significant increase in donations that could be vital to his efforts against President Joe Biden later this year.

According to new Republican National Committee (RNC) co-chair Lara Trump her father-in-law received more than $1 million in donations following the first day of the trial.

“The people of America spoke up yesterday in support of Donald Trump to the tune of a million and a half dollars raised for his campaign,” she said. “The average donation was $28, so even here, in the abysmal Biden economy, people are coming out and they are financially supporting this president.”

The former president is facing charges related to reported payments to former adult film actress Stormy Daniels after a brief relationship. The case is expected to be decided within the next eight weeks and could be affected by hearings before the U.S. Supreme Court next week regarding whether or not presidents can be prosecuted for acts they commit in office.

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Friday marked day four of Trump’s ‘hush money’ trial in New York City.

The day took a dramatic turn when a far-left protestor set himself on fire outside of the courthouse.

12 jurors were selected and five more alternate jurors were seated.


One prospective juror broke down in tears after revealing her connection to Trump’s former lawyer and convicted perjurer Michael Cohen and former NJ governor Chris Christie.

“I feel so nervous and anxious right now,” the juror said as she began to cry.

“I don’t want to waste the court’s time,” she said. “I thought I could do this. This is so much more stressful than I thought it was going to be.”

The judge excused the juror.

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Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich, a Democrat, exploded during a press conference on Friday after he was asked why local officials were trying to hide the fact that a teenager who was arrested for allegedly plotting school shootings was transgender.

The thwarted shooter, an 18-year-old woman from Rockville who identifies as a man, was arrested on Wednesday by the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD), the county said in a news release, adding that the FBI notified the MCPD about a 129-page “manifesto” in which the teenager wrote about committing a school shooting, contemplated targeting an elementary school, and more.

“What is the reluctance of the county to admit that this individual was transgender?” an individual asked Elrich at the press conference. “This is the fourth time that we’ve seen this happen very recently. And right here I hear all of our leadership saying to us today, and what we do in journalism here, what we try not do is bury the lede. Why am I hearing about this from the New York Post?”

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This week, the “hush money” criminal trial against Donald Trump began in New York. Americans were shocked to learn that the judge—who has donated to Democrats—is demanding Trump appear in court every day, for as long as the trial continues.

Many believe this is an unveiled attempt at taking him away from the campaign trail. Most Americans believe these trials are merely about stopping Trump from winning reelection.

Trump complied with this seemingly biased judge, arriving in the city to attend the trial. After the hearing, he made a visit to a certain bodega uptown. New Yorkers were on hand to “greet” the former president. And what they did even had Trump shocked.

From The Post Millennial:
President Donald Trump received a hero’s welcome in New York City on Tuesday as he went uptown to Harlem to visit the bodega of Jose Alba. Alba had faced charges from New York DA Alvin Bragg after acting in self-defense to thwart a violent robbery in his corner store.

Trump spoke to the crowds thronging to see him as Secret Service agents tried to keep space between the president and New Yorkers. The crowds chanted “We love Trump!”

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The final life sentences were handed down Wednesday in the 2016 beating and burning death of an 83-year-old woman at her Georgia home.

Justin Grady, 40, and Cortavious Heard, 20, were denied the possibility of parole for their role in the brutal murder of Dorothy “Dot” Dow, a grandmother whose family operated a blueberry farm in north Meriwether County. Grady and Heard were former seasonal employees at the farm, which is about 50 miles southwest of Atlanta.

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Australia’s Federal Communications Minister Michelle Rowland has urged citizens to report content posted on social sites to what’s known as the country’s “chief censor,” the eSafety commissioner.

Appearing on the ABC Radio Sydney Breakfast, Rowland explained to host Craig Reucassel what the current government thinks should be done about “misinformation.”

Often-repeated assertions were heard that there is dangerous misinformation on social media along with exposure to “reactions and rumors” that traumatize users – because, for example, they are able to view breaking news videos “with no censorship.”

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Max Azzarello died late on Friday night at about 10:30 pm, only hours after he set himself on fire in the protest area near the courthouse in lower Manhattan where President Donald Trump has been facing trial.

Azzarello stood in the protest area with a sign that read "Trump is with Biden and they're about to fascist coup us." Prior to setting himself ablaze, he posted a video to Instagram in which he said "Start a fucking revolution you've got nothing to lose." He was singing "start a f*cking revolution" as he went about his deadly task.

The 37-year-old Florida man had pamphlets which surrounded him as he burned. The pages included a link to a Substack newsletter where more of his writings could be found. He left behind a manifesto where he criticized liberals, conservatives, media, and the collapse of the American Dream.


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In a press release on Friday, the World Health Organization reported that the H5N1 bird flu virus had been detected in high concentrations in raw milk from infected mammals.

The report comes a month after the Texas Department of State Health Services confirmed the first human case of H5N1.

During the press briefing in Geneva, Wenqing Zhang, WHO’s head of the global influenza program, said that H5N1 has been detected in raw milk from infected mammals.

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The United States is facing an unprecedented financial crisis. As many as 50 million Americans have stopped paying their creditors, causing a massive disruption in the country's credit system. This development has sent shockwaves throughout the economy, with lenders trying to minimize the damage while consumers struggle to manage their increasing debts. The American economy has faced many challenges recently, but none are as dangerous and pervasive as the credit crisis. With over 50 million Americans ceasing payments to creditors, the situation has escalated beyond warning signs to a full-blown economic emergency.  This is why people are falling behind on payments, and now the consequences of increased consumer debt begins.

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A hospital in Long Island, New York, reportedly is planning a ‘mass casualty exercise’ later this week.

According to Patch, “Stony Brook Southampton Hospital will be participating in a full-scale, mass casualty surge exercise with local police, fire and EMS departments involved.”

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