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What A Day: Back with MAGAvengeance

Republican presidential candidate, former President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally, Thursday, June 6, 2024, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

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Republican presidential candidate, former President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally, Thursday, June 6, 2024, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)


Trump’s presidential campaign looks increasingly like a revenge tour.

  • Disgraced former president Donald Trump’s over-the-top rhetoric is getting frothy lately, even by Trump’s standards. Following his criminal conviction in Manhattan, he’s increasingly talking about prosecuting his enemies if he returns to the White House. Unfortunately, as the guy overseeing the Department of Justice, the president gets a lot of authority to try and make that happen.

  • Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity he’d “have every right to go after” his opposition in an interview Wednesday. He told fellow TV personality, Dr. Phil that “sometimes revenge can be justified.” In a Newsmax interview, Trump said: “It’s a terrible, terrible path that they’re leading us to, and it’s very possible that it’s going to have to happen to them.” A true wordsmith, as ever.

  • Trump’s allies are openly plotting to target the prosecutor who nailed Trump, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. “Of course [Bragg] should be — and will be — jailed,” Steve Bannon told Axios. Senator and Trump VP hopeful Marco Rubio (R-FL) posted a video on X of a reporter asking President Biden whether Trump is a political prisoner, and wrote: “It’s time to fight fire with fire,” using flame emojis.

This sinister rhetoric is a dark omen for a second Trump term, when there will be fewer constraints.

  • Trump began his first term surrounded by establishment figures like former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who refused to implement some of Trump’s most outrageous orders. Sessions recused himself from the investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, in a decision that led to the appointment of Robert Mueller as special counsel — a move Trump famously hated.

  • But Trump’s next administration will likely be crammed with lickspittles and lackeys, Pod Save America host Dan Pfeiffer said on Friday’s episode. “Flash forward to 2025 and all of those safeguards are gone,” Pfeiffer said. “Every person Trump hires will be an extreme loyalist willing to go to the hill to implement whatever Trump’s desires are.”

It’s gonna be a long five months till the election!


Right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones asked the court to liquidate his assets to help meet the $1.5 billion he owes the families of the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre. The move could mean the end of Jones’s ownership of Infowars, but also means the families are less likely to get paid the money he owes them from their defamation lawsuit. We wish him every unhappiness!!

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas disclosed 2019 trips paid for by his billionaire benefactor Harlan Crow in the justices’ financial disclosures released Friday. This was Thomas’ first time disclosing the visits to Bali and to a private California club after Democratic lawmakers last year asked for an ethics review of the justice’s reporting practices. The required reports also showed Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson received four free tickets from Beyoncé to the superstar’s Renaissance Tour last year.

Former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows pleaded not guilty Friday along with Trump 2020 Elections Day operations director Michael Roman to nine felony charges for their role in allegedly trying to overturn Trump’s loss in Arizona. Maricopa County Superior Court Commissioner Shellie Smith set an October 31 trial date.

Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R-VA) announced Virginia will no longer follow California’s standard for emissions, after lawmakers passed a bill in 2021 requiring every new car sold in the state to be fully electric by 2035. The bill was passed when Democrats had full control of the legislature and governor’s office, and GOP lawmakers have been trying to repeal it for the last two years. Youngkin’s decision to ignore the law on the books is likely to draw legal challenges, according to Axios. Glenn Youngkin: a guy who never fails to repeal productive legislation just for the sake of being an asshole.

The U.S. temporary aid pier was reattached to the Gaza shore beach in the Gaza strip Friday morning after sustaining damage from heavy seas last week in just the latest setback in the pier’s rollout to get humanitarian aid to Palestinians. The Pentagon said the rough seas caused nearly $22 million worth of damage.

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