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Gov. Whitmer on ‘Meet the Press’: Trump incites domestic terrorism – Detroit Free Press

Whitmer’s remarks Sunday followed a Saturday Michigan Trump rally at which the president criticized the governor, prompting chants of “Lock her up.”

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Some of the photos and videos were taken by a confidential FBI informant who was accepted as a member of the anti-government group and show weapons and rapid-fire training.
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LANSING  Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer accused President Donald Trump of inciting domestic terrorism during a national TV appearance Sunday, in her strongest criticism of Trump to date.
“It’s incredibly disturbing that the president of the United States, 10 days after a plot to kidnap, put me on trial, …

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Senate Republicans defend Barrett against new report highlighting her time on board of school system that reportedly has anti-LGBTQ policies – CNN

Senate Republicans are defending Judge Amy Coney Barrett a day before her Senate Judiciary Committee vote against Democratic criticism of her record and a new report…

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Washington (CNN)Senate Republicans are defending Judge Amy Coney Barrett a day before her Senate Judiciary Committee vote against Democratic criticism of her record and a new report from the Associated Press that highlights her previous position on the board of an private Christian school system that the AP reports has anti-LGBTQ policies.
Republicans have signaled that nothing is going to delay the committee’s vote on Thursday, which will move Barrett one step closer to becoming the sixth conservative…

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Supreme Court Blocks Curbside Voting In Alabama, An Option During Pandemic – NPR

The high court issued its order Wednesday night, over the dissent of the court’s three liberal justices. The practice was intended to accommodate people with disabilities…

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The Supreme Court blocked a lower court order allowing voters in Alabama to cast their ballots curbside at polling places.
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The Supreme Court has sided with Alabama state officials who banned curbside voting intended to accommodate individuals with disabilities and those at risk from the COVID-19 virus.
The high court issued its order Wednesday night, without explanation, over the dissent of the court’s three liberal justices.
At issue was the decision by the Alabama secretary…

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Fox News polls: Trump has narrow lead in Ohio, falls short in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin – POLITICO

Among Ohio likely voters, 48 percent of respondents said they preferred the president, while 45 percent opted for Joe Biden.

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In the critical states of Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, however, the preference seemed much more clear for Biden. In Michigan, 52 percent of likely voters said they preferred Biden, to only 40 percent for Trump. Biden led by 5 percentage points in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, garnering 49 and 50 percent of respondents support among likely voters in each state, respectively. That compares with 44 percent of Wisconsin respondents and 45 percent of Pennsylvania respondents voicing support for…

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