The Faulkner Focus 3/6/24 FULL END SHOW | BREAKING FOX NEWS March 6, 2024

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6 Mar 202432:27

Summary

TLDRThe script delves into multiple high-profile political and legal narratives, highlighting the controversy surrounding District Attorney Fani Willis's alleged affair with prosecutor Nathan Wade amidst the Trump election interference case. It outlines accusations of conflict of interest and questionable financial exchanges. Concurrently, the script shifts to political dynamics, detailing Nikki Haley's withdrawal from the presidential race, Trump's dominant Super Tuesday performance, and speculative insights into the 2024 election. The narrative weaves through legal intricacies, political maneuverings, and the implications of personal conduct on public trust and electoral outcomes.

Takeaways

  • πŸ“ Ashley Merchant accused Fonnie Willis and Nathan Wade of a conflict of interest in the election interference case against former President Trump.
  • πŸ“Š The Georgia Senate committee is investigating the alleged affair and financial transactions between Willis and Wade.
  • πŸ“– Witnesses have contradicted Willis and Wade's testimonies regarding the timeline of their relationship.
  • πŸ† Nikki Haley dropped out of the presidential race, citing Trump's dominant Super Tuesday performance.
  • πŸ”” Trump and Biden are both nearing their party's nomination, with voters showing reluctance for a 2020 rematch.
  • πŸ’° McConnell endorses Trump, signaling party unity ahead of the general election.
  • πŸ“’ The investigation into Willis's conduct highlights concerns over potential White House coordination in the Trump case.
  • πŸ“ˆ Public attention is drawn to the ethics of Willis hiring Wade before their relationship began.
  • πŸ”₯ The State of the Union Address faces scrutiny over Biden's handling of national crises and mental fitness concerns.
  • πŸ›‘οΈ Republicans challenge Biden to address immigration policies in light of recent crimes attributed to illegal immigrants.

Q & A

  • What was the central issue discussed in the script?

    -The script discussed the alleged extramarital affair between Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis and prosecutor Nathan Wade, who were working together on the election interference case against former President Trump.

  • Who exposed the alleged affair?

    -Attorney Ashley Merchant, who represents one of Trump's co-defendants, exposed the alleged affair and accused Willis and Wade of a conflict of interest.

  • What was the evidence presented regarding the affair?

    -Merchant presented text messages and emails between herself and Wade's former law partner and divorce attorney, suggesting that the affair began before Willis hired Wade for the Trump case.

  • What was the significance of the alleged White House meeting mentioned?

    -The script suggested that there may have been coordination between Willis, Wade, and the White House regarding the Trump case, which could raise ethical concerns.

  • What was the emphasis on mentioning the name 'Lakan Riley'?

    -Republicans were challenging President Biden to acknowledge the name of Lakan Riley, a victim of alleged crime committed by an illegal immigrant, during his State of the Union address to highlight the issue of border security.

  • What were the concerns raised about President Biden's State of the Union address?

    -There were concerns about whether Biden could assuage doubts regarding his mental fitness and address issues like the border crisis and violent crimes effectively during his speech.

  • What was the significance of the Georgia Senate committee hearing?

    -The Georgia Senate committee was investigating the alleged misconduct of Fani Willis and the potential conflict of interest in her prosecution of the Trump case due to her relationship with Wade.

  • What was the outcome of the Super Tuesday primaries mentioned in the script?

    -Former President Trump had an overwhelming performance, winning 14 out of 15 states and putting him closer to securing the Republican nomination for the 2024 presidential election.

  • What was the significance of Nikki Haley's decision to drop out of the presidential race?

    -Nikki Haley's withdrawal from the presidential race further cleared the path for a potential 2020 rematch between Trump and Biden in the general election.

  • What was the overall tone of the script regarding the potential 2024 presidential election?

    -The script conveyed a sense of inevitability towards a potential rematch between Trump and Biden, despite concerns raised about their age, fitness, and handling of various issues.

Outlines

00:00

πŸ”Ž Exposing the Affair Scandal and Investigation

The paragraph discusses the extramarital affair between attorney Bonnie Willis and prosecutor Nathan Wade, which was exposed by Ashley Merchant, the attorney representing one of former President Trump's co-defendants in an election interference case. The Georgia Senate committee is investigating the conflict of interest and questionable financial transactions between Willis and Wade. Witnesses have contradicted the testimonies of the two individuals regarding when their relationship began.

05:02

πŸ“Š Trump's Super Tuesday Performance and Potential 2024 Rematch

The paragraph focuses on former President Trump's overwhelming performance on Super Tuesday, increasing the likelihood of a 2024 rematch against President Biden. Nikki Haley dropped out of the presidential race, endorsing neither candidate. Polls show that a significant portion of voters do not want to see Biden or Trump run again, but a rematch seems likely. Trump is concentrating on the general election, criticizing Biden's presidency, and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has endorsed Trump.

10:04

πŸ’» Revealing Text Messages and Timeline of the Affair

The paragraph covers Ashley Merchant's testimony before the Georgia Senate committee, where she presents text messages and evidence suggesting that the affair between Willis and Wade began before Willis hired Wade for the Trump case. The texts reveal discussions about the timeline of their relationship, including when they met and details about their encounters.

15:05

βš–οΈ Allegations of White House Coordination in the Trump Case

The paragraph discusses allegations that District Attorney Fani Willis and prosecutor Nathan Wade may have coordinated with the Biden White House regarding the Trump investigation. Ashley Merchant testifies about records showing meetings between Willis, Wade, and the White House, raising questions about potential coordination to pursue a political opponent.

20:08

πŸ“„ The Significance of the Affair and Potential Obstruction

The paragraph explores the importance of the affair between Willis and Wade in relation to the ethics and prosecutorial discretion of Willis. If they lied about the affair, it could constitute obstruction of justice, warranting a criminal investigation into obstruction and an ethics investigation for lying in court.

25:10

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Border Crisis and State of the Union Address

The paragraph focuses on the expectations for President Biden's upcoming State of the Union address, particularly regarding the border crisis and the murder of Laken Riley by an illegal immigrant. Republicans are challenging Biden to acknowledge Riley's name and address the border crisis, but the White House seems reluctant to do so.

30:18

πŸ—£οΈ Foreign Speech Excerpt

This paragraph contains a foreign language excerpt, possibly from a speech or audio recording, with no clear context or meaning provided.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Fonnie Willis

Fonnie Willis is referenced in the context of a controversy involving an alleged extramarital affair with a prosecutor, Nathan Wade. The affair has implications for a legal case concerning election interference, which is tied to former President Trump. The significance of Willis in the video script is her role in the legal proceedings and the alleged personal misconduct that may affect the integrity and outcome of the case.

πŸ’‘Nikki Haley

Nikki Haley is mentioned as a political figure who recently withdrew from the presidential race. Her decision followed a poor showing in primary elections and illustrates the competitive nature of political campaigns and the strategic decisions candidates must make. Haley's withdrawal and subsequent refusal to endorse another candidate highlight the dynamics and alliances within political parties, especially during election seasons.

πŸ’‘Election interference case

The election interference case refers to legal proceedings related to alleged efforts to influence or interfere with electoral processes, specifically concerning former President Trump. This case is a focal point of the script, illustrating the legal challenges and controversies surrounding Trump and his associates, which have significant political and social ramifications.

πŸ’‘Georgia Senate committee

The Georgia Senate committee is mentioned as being involved in investigating the alleged misconduct of Fonnie Willis and her relationship with Nathan Wade. This illustrates the role of legislative bodies in oversight and inquiry, particularly in matters that may impact public trust and the administration of justice.

πŸ’‘Conflict of interest

The phrase 'conflict of interest' in the script refers to the situation where Fonnie Willis and Nathan Wade's alleged relationship could compromise their professional judgments and responsibilities. It is a key concept in legal and ethical discussions, emphasizing the importance of impartiality and integrity in public service and the legal system.

πŸ’‘Republican nominee

The term 'Republican nominee' is used in reference to the process and outcome of selecting a representative for the Republican party in presidential elections. It signifies the culmination of primary elections and the strategic positioning of candidates within the party, reflecting the preferences and decisions of party members and voters.

πŸ’‘Voter sentiment

Voter sentiment refers to the collective attitudes, feelings, and opinions of the electorate regarding political candidates or issues. The script mentions polls showing a lack of enthusiasm for a rematch between Trump and Biden, highlighting the importance of public opinion in shaping electoral outcomes and political strategies.

πŸ’‘2020 rematch

The term '2020 rematch' in the script alludes to the potential repetition of the 2020 presidential election contest between Trump and Biden in a future election. It signifies the ongoing political rivalry and the narrative of competition between these two figures, reflecting broader partisan dynamics in the U.S.

πŸ’‘Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell is mentioned in the context of endorsing the Republican nominee, signifying his influence and role within the Republican party. As a senior political figure, McConnell's endorsements and actions carry weight in party dynamics and electoral strategies, illustrating the interconnectedness of individual and party politics.

πŸ’‘Electoral delegates

Electoral delegates are representatives who participate in the election of a candidate, such as the President of the United States, based on the voting results in their jurisdictions. The script mentions delegate counts in the context of the primaries and general election, underscoring the procedural and strategic aspects of the U.S. electoral system.

Highlights

Attorney exposes extra-marital affair between Fonnie Willis and Nathan Wade, leading to accusations of conflict of interest in the election interference case against former President Trump.

Nikki Haley drops out of the presidential race, citing former President Trump's strong Super Tuesday performance.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell endorses former President Donald Trump after Nikki Haley's exit from the race.

Former President Trump calls for unity within the Republican Party, emphasizing the importance of success for unity.

Fox News Power Rankings show Trump leading Biden in a potential rematch, with Trump having 251 delegates against Biden's 241.

President Biden and the DNC have double the campaign funds compared to Trump and the RNC.

Elon Musk declares he will not donate to either candidate in the upcoming presidential race.

Georgia State Senate investigates Fonnie Willis's misconduct in the Trump election interference case.

Defense attorney Ashley Merchant reveals details about Willis and Wade's relationship, suggesting it began before Wade was hired for the Trump case.

Questions arise about possible coordination between Willis's team and the Biden White House during the Trump investigation.

State Senate hearing examines vague receipts indicating meetings between Nathan Wade and White House counsel.

Former US Attorney suggests potential for obstruction of justice and ethics investigation into Fonnie Willis.

Republican challenges President Biden to address the murder of Lak and Riley by an illegal immigrant in his State of the Union Address.

Concerns over Biden's mental fitness and age are highlighted as major challenges for his upcoming State of the Union Address.

Republicans pressure Biden to confront border security and immigration enforcement policies in light of recent tragedies.

Transcripts

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that's the attorney who exposed the

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extra marital Affair that fonnie Willis

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was having with her favorite prosecutor

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Nathan Wade they were working together

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on the election interference case

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against former president Trump Ashley

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Merchant represents one of former

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president Trump's

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co-defendants and she again got this

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started she accused Willison Wade of

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conflict of interest and revealed a

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trove of questionable cash payments

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between them at this hour that Georgia

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Senate committee is digging deep Bonnie

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claims she hired Wade before their

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relationship began Witnesses have

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already gone before a judge and

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contradicted what the two lovers have

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testified to under oath about when they

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met what they were doing all the

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money we have watched this case go off

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the rails live in a courtroom our fauler

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Focus team now is monitoring the hearing

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and we'll keep you updated on what

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happens also developing what is next for

01:00

Nikki Haley she dropped out of the

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presidential race about an hour ago

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former president Trump's overwhelming

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super Tuesday performance opening the

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door wider for a 2020 rematch in

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November I'm Harris fauler you are in

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the fauler focus Trump's last opponent

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standing made her last stand Haley won

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only one state it happened yesterday

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Vermont she also won Washington DC over

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the weekend not enough to compete with

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Trump today in her announcement she did

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not endorse

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him I sought the honor of being your

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president but in our great country being

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a private citizen is privilege enough in

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itself and that's a privilege I very

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much look forward to

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enjoying in all likelihood Donald Trump

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will be the Republican nominee when our

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party convention meets in July I

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congratulate him and wish him well I

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have always been a Conservative

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Republican and always supported the

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Republican

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nominee but on this question as she did

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on so many others Margaret thater

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provided some good advice when she said

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quote never just follow the

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crowd a big night for former president

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Trump and President Biden both are now

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about 80% of the way toward winning each

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of their parties nominations polls have

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shown voters are not excited for a 2020

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part duh a recent poll shows 57% of

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Voters don't want to see Biden run again

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53% say they don't want to see Trump run

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again but a rematch is likely what we're

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going to get Trump during his speech

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last night laser focused on the general

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election he's the worst president in the

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history of our country all of the

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problems that you have today I don't

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think you would have had any of them

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you'd only have success we have no

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choice because November 5th is right

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around the corner no November 5th is

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going to go down as the single most

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important day in the history of our

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country and this happened just a few

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moments ago outgoing Senate minority

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leader Mitch McConnell just gave his

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endorsement to former president Donald

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Trump someone who knows the former

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president very well kellyanne Conway is

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standing by she's on the Mez with me

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today I can't wait and we begin with Fox

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correspondent Brian yenis in West Palm

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Beach Florida oh so gorgeous Brian

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hey Harris yes it is gorgeous out here

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former president Trump now the

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presumptive Republican nominee reacting

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to Nikki Haley's decision to drop out

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this morning also to her decision to not

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endorse him at least not yet and her

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call for Trump to bring more people into

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the party Trump posting this on Truth

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social writing in part Nikki Haley got

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troun last night in record setting

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fashion and I would further like to

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invite all of the Haley supporters to

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join the greatest movement in the

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history of our nation Biden is the enemy

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he is destroying our country make

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America great again Trump won 14 out of

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15 states on super Tuesday he now has

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995 delegates the former president could

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reach the 1,25 delegates needed to

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officially secure the Republican

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nomination as early as March 19th last

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night Trump called for

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Unity we have a great Republican party

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with tremendous Talent

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and we want to have unity and we're

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going to have unity and it's going to

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happen very quickly and I have been

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saying lately success will bring Unity

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to our

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country in an act of unity this morning

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Republican Senate minority leader Mitch

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McConnell endorsed Trump writing quote

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it is abundantly clear that former

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president Trump has earned the requisite

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support of Republican voters to be our

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nominee for president of the United

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States it should come as no surprise

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that as nominee he will have my support

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this is now a general election race new

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Fox News Power Rankings have Trump ahead

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of Biden in a rematch with 251 delegates

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against Biden's 241 delegates President

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Biden and the DNC have $80 million

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dollars on of cash on hand that's devil

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the money that the Trump campaign and

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the RNC have the New York Times is

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reporting Trump met with billionaire

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Elon Musk and other wealthy Republican

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donors here in Palm Beach on Sunday to

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try to raise more money musk posted this

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morning that he will not be donating to

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either candidate in the presidential

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race and Harris former president Trump

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and President Biden will be holding

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dueling rallies in Georgia this Saturday

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ahead of the primary there Harris all

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right it's on like Donkey Kong good to

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see you Brian thank you kellyan Conway

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former counselor to president Trump and

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Fox News contributor so you always come

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with a healthy dose of don't get ahead

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of yourself what are you watching for

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I'm watching for the cage match rematch

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that despite the fact Americans say they

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don't want they actually do want you

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know for 24 straight years without

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interruption Harris this country had a

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bush or a Clinton on the presidential

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National ticket from 1980 to 2004 and

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again in 2016 with Hillary Clinton we go

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to McDonald's and Chick-fil-A in the

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minivan every night in order number four

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uh we like to say we're revolutionaries

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we want more choice and options and

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change but with so much chaos and crisis

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everywhere we look at our own Southern

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Border in our communities and

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neighborhoods at the gas pump in the

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grocery store in the Middle East with

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Iran with Putin and Ukraine uh people

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are probably going to retreat to what's

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most comfortable and familiar what does

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that mean it means that right now

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president Trump has an enormous

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advantage in all the polls against Joe

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Biden on the handling of the issues and

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the poll questions I love the most that

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we should keep our eye on between now in

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November Harris are those that mimic the

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questions we ask ourselves while we're

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filling out that ballot and mailing it

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in are going to The Ballot Box so the

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ones that say who has helped to hurt my

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family who has a vision for the future

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who has a plan for the middle class who

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has the energy and Acuity to do the job

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having said that President Trump needs

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to do better among what's called the

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double haters in 2016 the campaign I ran

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if you looked at the one of Voters who

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did not care for either Hillary Clinton

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or Donald Trump necessarily he beat her

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by 40 points in Wisconsin by 20 points

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in Michigan this time they're kind of

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tied and Biden beat beat him in 2020

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among that group and it all depends on

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why you dislike each of them if you

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dislike Joe Biden because you think he

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has dementia or he doesn't have the

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energy for the job or you're mad about

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Afghanistan or inflation and anything

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else if you don't like Trump's tone or

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you don't like Trump's tweets or his

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truth social watch him watch him last

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night watch him in South Carolina where

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he doesn't mention Nikki Haley's name

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where he's trying to unify the party in

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the Fox News poll that was released over

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the weekend among independent voters

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Harris they told Fox News pollsters that

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20% of them think think Joe Biden has

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mostly succeeded in quote unifying the

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country 75% of Independents told Fox

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News pollsters they think Joe Biden has

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mostly failed there's an opening for

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Nikki Haley and Donald Trump to come

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together the burden's on her though the

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burden is on her though to come to the

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Republican nominate I hope that this

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wasn't just a gap year for her between

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all these highly paid speeches and

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corporate board ships I hope she's

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serious about beating Joe Biden getting

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Republican back in the White House last

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point that I haven't heard anybody say

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except me last night she's a close

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personal friender was of Jared and ianas

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and it would be great if um some kind of

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piece could be brokered here and she can

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come back in and endorse the man that

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she served as un Ambassador you are

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always bringing stuff that we just

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haven't thought of yet or thought much

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about until you say it and what you're

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saying is is she going to set up the

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race with Trump is she going to go back

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and then finally endorse and and I know

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you believe it'll happen those that

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double hater thing that's really we'll

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get more into that and easy win last

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night for President Biden yesterday but

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more evidence of what could be a problem

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in the general election the uncommitted

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or no preference protest over his

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handling of the Hamas of the Israel

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Hamas War those non Biden votes spiking

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from 2020 in the seven states where they

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were on the ballot in Minnesota nearly

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20% of the vote North Carolina more than

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10% of the vote we saw Kelly and what

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happened in Michigan yes over 100,000

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people voted uncommitted now different

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situations across the country I I don't

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think this is being talked about enough

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it's not just the Arab American Muslim

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vote mad at the president it's not just

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anti-israel why are you supporting

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Israel and not fighting for people in

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Gaza all that that's a very angry vote

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Yes but it's a primary vote the one that

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could stick is electric vehicles and all

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the pressure that they put on automakers

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in the state of Michigan they did and

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they L literally have nothing to show

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for it I think Joe Biden because people

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don't want them they don't want them and

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it didn't work out and it was a big part

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of not just the build back better

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nonsense but also the quote inflation

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reduction act the green New Deal and he

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still talks about it they they're so

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focused on electric vehicles they don't

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realize that unless people see the

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fruits of your decisions where you're

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spending money that we as a nation don't

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have on things we didn't ask for and we

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don't quite need if people don't see the

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bridges repair the roads running

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properly the electric vehicles that

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everybody wants some hurts car rental

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cancel their whole of it people aren't

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this is not this is not affordable for

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the average person um plus people don't

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want the hassle but they went so far

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into this I mean if you got Pete Buddha

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judge who's the Secretary of

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Transportation having watching uh air

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traffic control shut down and leaning so

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far into electric vehicles people think

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you have misaligned priorities I think

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that Donald Trump who won Michigan in

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2016 first president first Republican to

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do it since 1988 can do it again for

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lots of reasons and Gretchen Whitmer the

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governor got reelected there just last

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year by double digits all right Kelly

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and Conway I love it when you come in

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thank you so very much for being in

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focus and for having me the Georgia

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district attorney Prosecuting Donald

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Trump is back in the spotlight this is

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live this is where we started this hour

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it's what we're watching the Georgia

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State Senate is holding a hearing on

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fonnie Willis's affair with the

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prosecutor she hired her favorite guy

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Nathan Wade a judge is deciding if she

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should be kicked off that case or both

11:26

of them for that matter and what does

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happen to the case we'll bring you

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highlights as we get them plus critics

11:32

are going after democrat's response to

11:34

the US Supreme Court's decision that

11:36

Colorado cannot kick Donald Trump off a

11:40

ballot specifically the primary

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ballot the idea that a state could

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unilaterally disenfranchise millions of

11:47

Voters across the country removing from

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the ballot the choice of candidate from

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Individual people just defies democ

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focus of a Georgia State Senate special

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committee state senators are digging

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into Willis's possible misconduct and

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her prosecution of President Donald

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Trump in the state election interference

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case they're talking with Ashley

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Merchant who represents one of the

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co-defendants of Donald Trump she's the

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one that popped the top on this whole

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case and now she is going before this

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committee let's watch it live him to

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verify the accuracy of what you were

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claiming it happen I did not want to say

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one word that had not been verified cuz

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he was the source yes he's the guy that

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was his law partner and his divorce

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attorney yes who probably knew as well

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as anybody in the state they had been

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best friends also all right and so what

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let's pull these up Senator DOA when did

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you start you kept these text messages

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somehow I did so I actually he um Mr

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Bradley uses a Android I believe um and

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so it it was it was not easy to just

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download them and I'm not the most Tex

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saavy person um I also there's a lot of

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texts that just went into things that I

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didn't think I thought would just

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embarrass people people and weren't Rel

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relevant so what I did was I

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screenshotted the texts that I thought

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were relevant um I tried to use those in

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court but the prosecutor kept objecting

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and saying I was hiding things because I

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wasn't showing all of my texts so they

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just kept on and on for days saying I

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was hiding things I was hiding things

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and I I explained to them I let him look

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through my phone they scrolled through

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all my texts who's they it was um Adam

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abot was the prosecutor okay um so he

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just kept saying you know that I was

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where's the beginning of that text

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where's the thing after that where's the

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other part of that text um these aren't

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complete you know rule of completeness

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kept objecting and I had just

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screenshotted the texts that I thought

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were highly relevant but weren't

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slanderous I guess I don't even know the

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word but you know there were some that

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that like you know that Miss Willis's

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daughter had failed out like things like

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that they were just ugly they didn't

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need to they didn't need to be admitted

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oh yeah I read that we I had just I had

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tried really hard to just screenshot the

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relevant ones but they kept saying that

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I was hiding stuff and I wasn't showing

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the whole thing so when they objected to

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my text coming in the screenshot

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um they said they wanted the whole text

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chain and the judge ordered me to if I

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was going to admit the text to go figure

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out a way to download all of them so I

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bought a program for 20 30 bucks and

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took three hours um and I was very proud

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of myself for finally figuring out how

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to do it um but I was able to make a

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copy of it and then redact our phone

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numbers so this actually showed like

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when they're read when they're what were

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you all right so up there on January 5th

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at 9:50 a.m. mhm you're asking what what

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do you read the question so so I'm

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asking him do you think it started

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before she hired him you're talking

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about the affair yes the affair and

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what's his response his response was

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absolutely itug to admit the email where

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I sent him that so um I sent him a copy

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of the motion that weekend when I was

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review when you know I wanted him to

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review it and then he had a text he

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didn't write me back by email but I I

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submitted my email so that you could so

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that the court could see exactly when I

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sent it and when he responded and then