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Tucker Carlson, Rush Limbaugh, and Laura Ingraham have all distanced themselves from Trump regarding the election. Your thoughts?
Donald Trump continued to gravitate towards his new rightwing media allies at TV channels One America Network and Newsmax on Tuesday, even as heavyweight supporters Laura Ingraham, Tucker Carlson and Rush Limbaugh distanced themselves from the president’s attempts to overturn his election defeat by Joe Biden.
On Fox News on Monday, Ingraham said: “Unless the legal situation changes in a dramatic and unlikely manner, Joe Biden will be inaugurated on 20 January.”
Carlson claimed “the 2020 election was not fair”, but admitted Trump had lost it.
On his radio show, Limbaugh attacked Trump’s lawyers in Pennsylvania, led by Rudy Giuliani, for failing to provide any evidence to back claims of voter fraud in the state.
“You announce massive bombshells,” he said, “then you better have some bombshells.”43 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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I am 21 years old female, I will be turning 22 next Monday and I am scared of turning 22. The real reason why I am scared of turning 22 because I feel old, there is the stuff that I wish I should have done years ago when I was 18.
When the year 2016 was the year when I was turning 18, I was getting worried because of how older I get and I know it is normal getting older. Soon as I turn 18 I had a bad birthday (only for half-hour to an hour, Long story).
I have only been clubbing once with my ex-boyfriend it was this year in Feb, I wanted go on a girls holiday/vacation.
I had people screw me over, the reasons why cause I have got a learning disability and they think it is ok to use me and take advantage of me. I just want to be a normal person of being young.
I have recently gone back to college (UK) to do Maths Level 1 FS & English Level 2 FS (real-life method) and I am doing online courses with Travel and Tourism, Aviation and Cabin crew, I was meant to go up to Level 3 when I was in college at the age of 18 but you need to have a GCSE to go up to that level 3 that is how I dropped out and also I went to a Special Needs School from November in Year 10 to end of year 11 they dont do GCSE's they only do FS( only the basics method).
I feel like everything is too late for me now, find the right guy, I want to explore and go on nice holidays/vacations, move out and have kids.7 AnswersOther - Family & Relationships3 days ago
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I am willing to bet that now that the spotlight is not on her she dumps Trump within 6 months.85 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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I weigh 64 kilogrammes (141 pounds). I'm 1.75 metres tall and a 20 year old man.25 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 day ago
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My mom recently passed away. I am the executor of her estate. I want to give my sister a check for her share of the estate. ?
My sister insists that she will only take cash. She will not take a check or a wire transfer. How should I pay my sister her share of the estate? I do not feel comfortable paying her in cash. Thank you for your answer.36 AnswersRenting & Real Estate22 hours ago
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While Democratic Governors are shutting things down why aren't they shutting down left wing protests?Favourite answer:
Great question why have they condoned these all along? I guess that Covid is smart enough to know who is a democrat and a Republican they are hypocrites21 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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If I understand my history lessons in School correctly, there were a strong opinion in the US to stay out of WW2 in Europe and Asia. Not that the US was especially friendly with Japan or Nazi Germany, but because ;'...let them deal with their own problems over there, and leave us out of it!'. Is this historically incorrect? ...and Churchill desperately tried to lobby the US to get involved, so was he secretly 'pleased' when Pearl Harbour was attacked, since that suddenly involved the US by default?23 AnswersHistory12 hours ago
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