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Biden tells Black voters Trump wanted to tear gas them during ‘peaceful’ George Floyd protests

President Biden, while drumming up support from Black voters in Philadelphia on Wednesday, said former President Trump wanted to tear gas those who “peacefully protested” George Floyd’s murder in 2020.Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris appeared at Girard College, a predominantly Black boarding school in Philadelphia, thanking Black voters for helping to clinch presidential victory in November 2020.

U.S. Tariffs on China Help Rescue American Textile Companies from Ruin

United States tariffs on China-made imports have helped rescue America’s left-behind textile industry from devastation after decades of free trade that came with mass layoffs of the nation’s textile workers.
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Kansas Gov. Kelly to call special legislative session over tax cuts

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced Wednesday that she will call a special legislative session on tax cuts beginning June 18.The move comes after the Democratic governor vetoed three Republican plans to cut taxes this year, setting up a high-stakes election-year tussle with the GOP-controlled Kansas Legislature.”I am committed to working with the Legislature to deliver responsible, sustainable tax cuts for all Kansans,” Kelly said in a statement.

Trump urges Judge Merchan to ‘save his reputation’ by dismissing trial

Judge Juan Merchan can “save his reputation” if he dismisses the NY v. Trump case, former President Donald Trump said Wednesday in remarks outside the Manhattan courtroom. “The confusion is nobody knows what the crime is because there’s no crime. Nobody knows what the crime is. The D.A. didn’t name the crime of the moment. They don’t know what the crime is. That’s what the problem is. It’s a disgrace.

Trump son-in-law Michael Boulos meets with dozens of Arab leaders in an effort to curry favor

Around 40 Arab-American leaders in the key swing state of Michigan came together with two top Trumpworld figures as the presumptive Republican nominee and President Biden both seek its delegate prize in November.The Trump campaign told Fox News Digital the meet-up — which featured Michael Boulos and former Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell — was not organized by the campaign.Boulos, son of Lebanese billionaire Massad Boulos, is married to Tiffany Trump.