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pic.twitter.com/O8P60fdx8g Full interview here: https://t.co/NLDylPYa1M @RealAmVoice #2000Mules“The reality for me is 2020, under the cover of COVID, was an example of how you should not run an election. Here in Pennsylvania people are really worked up about it,” Oz said. “I already said on the debate stage — I was the first to say we cannot leave 2020 behind.”“We have to get under the hood, examine exactly what went down and address those issues.

And that means allowing the legislative branch here in Pennsylvania to finally do its job,” Oz continued. “It’s been blocked by the attorney general who was running for governor. So the current governor and the next governor […] have been blocking due process.”When Brody asked Oz if his views of the 2020 election align with former President Donald Trump’s and what specifically “we cannot move on,” which Oz has said before, means, Oz brought up absentee ballots and voter ID.“As a physician, I like to get into the details.

I’ve talked to individuals who say their votes weren’t counted, who went to the polls and claimed that someone had already voted with their absentee ballot. There’s so many questions, and not just about the absentee ballots, but the fact [that] we don’t have voter ID here,” he said. “That opened up the whole system to mischeivousness.

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pic.twitter.com/O8P60fdx8g Full interview here: https://t.co/NLDylPYa1M @RealAmVoice #2000Mules“The reality for me is 2020, under the cover of COVID, was an example of how you should not run an election. Here in Pennsylvania people are really worked up about it,” Oz said. “I already said on the debate stage — I was the first to say we cannot leave 2020 behind.”“We have to get under the hood, examine exactly what went down and address those issues.
Melania Trump is calling out Vogue and Anna Wintour for putting Jill Biden on the cover of their magazine.In a new interview, Melania givers her first sit-down since leaving the White House back in 2021. That’s where the former first lady criticized Vogue and its longtime editor-in-chief for their “biased” decisions when it comes to choosing political cover stars from one party and not another. Una publicación compartida de Vogue’s The Get (@vogue)On a new episode of FOX & Friends Weekend on Saturday, co-host Pete Hegseth asked Trump how she felt about some of the esteemed magazine’s past cover choices, mentioning that Michelle Obama received three covers during her time as first lady and that Hillary Clinton made it onto one cover.While Republican first ladies Laura Bush, Barbara Bush, and Nancy Reagan were all photographed for Vogue, none of them received their own cover.In response, Trump explained her understanding of the situation, saying Vogue is “biased.”“They have likes and dislikes, and it’s so obvious,” she said on the show.“I think American people and everyone sees it,” Melania continued.

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Piers Morgan updates on 'vile yob' who sent 'genuinely horrible death threats'
Piers Morgan updated on the death threat situation which involved a "genuinely horrible death threat" sent to the former Good Morning Britain host and one of his sons.The TV star, who is 57, isn't normally alarmed by what people have to say online but one message aimed at him and his son sent shivers and Piers knew at that point he had to take action.According to reports at the time, the messages that were publicly expressed that he was "a marked man" and it was a "promise" that he would "getting killed".It was claimed that messages were also issued to his 28-year-old son Spencer, telling him that he would "get it" if his father didn't.Updating on the situation in a debate over whether Donald Trump should be reinstated with his Twitter account or not, the former newspaper editor host told US spokesperson Ben Ferguson the case was still ongoing.On his new show Piers Morgan Uncensored, he said: "I was on Instagram when some vile yob, in this country in the UK posted a death threat to me and one of my sons on his Instagram page."The ex-Life Stories host explained that after pursuing the case with police a charge was still yet to be delivered.He added: "In fact, it’s going through the legal process now and it’s taken 16 months and there’s still been no charging decision."The news anchor commented: "I was absolutely incensed that someone would target one of my kids like that with a genuinely horrible death threat and I’ve decided to pursue it."Meanwhile, Piers set the record straight on Wednesday's programme after he'd seemingly faced backlash after an interview with the Taliban on his new TalkTv show.Some media outlets had suspected that Ricky Gervais was not impressed with the interview that saw Piers clash with the Taliban

Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946) is the 45th and current president of the United States. Before entering politics, he was a businessman and television personality. Trump was born and raised in the New York City borough of Queens, and received a bachelor's degree in economics from the Wharton School. He took charge of his family's real-estate business in 1971, renamed it The Trump Organization, and expanded its operations from Queens and Brooklyn into Manhattan.

The company built or renovated skyscrapers, hotels, casinos, and golf courses. Trump later started various side ventures, mostly by licensing his name. He owned the Miss Universe and Miss USA beauty pageants from 1996 to 2015, and produced and hosted The Apprentice, a reality television show, from 2003 to 2015. Forbes estimates his net worth to be $3.1 billion.

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