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Kimberly Cheatle, the head of the Secret Service, revealed why the agency did not place an agent on the rooftop where Thomas Matthew Crooks tried to assassinate Donald Trump. The officials in charge of security for Trump’s rally in Butler, Pennsylvania, considered the warehouse situated 147 yards from Trump’s location too hazardous to station an agent. WATCH: Criminals repeatedly eluded law enforcement and the Secret Service despite being identified as ‘suspicious.’ Onlookers begged for intervention when they saw him climb to the roof with a rifle, but a security oversight instead enabled him to carry out his nefarious act. Amid…

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Elon Musk has reportedly expressed his intention to allocate approximately $45 million per month to support a super political action committee (PAC) aiming to secure the election of former President Donald Trump in the upcoming November election. According to sources familiar with the matter, as reported by The Wall Street Journal, Musk is planning to increase his backing for the American PAC. Other prominent figures involved in supporting the group include Joe Lonsdale, co-founder of Palantir Technologies, cryptocurrency billionaires Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, former U.S. ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft, and her husband Joe Craft, who serves as the Chief…

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Donald Trump Jr. verbally attacked an MSNBC reporter who challenged him to respond to a question about the separation of migrant families during his father’s presidency. Trump Jr. was accompanied by his brother, Eric Trump, and his wife, Kimberly Guilfoyle when the incident occurred with MSNBC reporter Jacob Soboroff. ‘You couldn’t wait with your lies and with your nonsense.’ “I know immigration is important to him; I covered the family separation crisis closely. Will we continue to see policies like separating 5,000 children deliberately from their parents?” the reporter asked. “You mean the Obama administration?” Trump Jr. fired back. “You…

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The recent assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump has sparked a wide-ranging investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The incident, which took place at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania on July 13, resulted in the death of one victim and injuries to the former president and other attendees. This chilling event has been characterized by the FBI as a case of potential domestic terrorism. The suspected assailant, 20-year-old Thomas Matthew Crooks, has been identified by the FBI as the individual responsible for this heinous act. The bureau has indicated that Crooks appeared to have acted alone in…

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According to a recent NBC News report, the Secret Service had identified the rooftop adjacent to President Trump’s event in Butler, Pennsylvania as a security risk days prior to the rally. Despite this awareness, agents did not secure the building, allowing an individual with a rifle to ascend to the roof, set up a scope, and discharge multiple shots at President Trump. A bullet narrowly missed hitting Trump’s right ear, while two rally attendees sustained injuries. Tragically, one of Trump’s supporters lost their life after being shot. President Trump recounted to former White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson that a…

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Gold prices broke through a monthly high during the last trading day of the week after a disappointing U.S. employment report showed lower job additions in June. Spot gold hit a high of $2,393 per ounce on Friday, eclipsing a month-long high of roughly $2,388 hit on June 7. The new high also appeared to have broken the downward trend triggered after gold prices hit a peak of $2,450 in mid-May. The surge in gold prices came after the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released the latest employment numbers on Friday. Total U.S. nonfarm payrolls grew by 206,000 last month,…

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Conservative commentator and former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino strongly criticized the lenient tactics employed by Donald Trump’s Secret Service security detail following an assassination attempt on Saturday afternoon and the murder of a rally attendee. Bongino specifically held United States Secret Service Director Kim Cheatle responsible for the security lapses. https://twitter.com/dbongino/status/1812295745921257983?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1812295745921257983%7Ctwgr%5E8df05cd9eceb0ff4616c2bb24ec4843777b8f6c5%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fredstate.com%2Fjenniferoo%2F2024%2F07%2F14%2Fdan-bongino-claims-trump-requested-heightened-security-from-ss-director-kim-cheatle-and-was-denied-n2176824 I want to repeat, and can absolutely confirm, the USSS Director Kim Cheatle has repeatedly turned down requests for a larger security footprint around President Trump. Despite knowing the threat level is catastrophic. Resign tonight. When Bongino made these claims, they were not backed up by others, but…

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Former President Donald Trump has revealed the select few individuals who are vying for the highly sought-after role of vice president and has hinted at a potential timeline for disclosing his decision. During an appearance on “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show,” Trump expressed his desire to announce his choice during or just before the Republican National Convention. He mused about preferring Tuesday or Wednesday for the announcement but acknowledged that logistical considerations might necessitate an earlier timing. This remark alludes to the need for campaign materials featuring the vice presidential nominee’s name to be prepared for the convention…

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The tragic and heart-wrenching incident that took place at the White Oak Park Condominiums in Columbus, Ohio has left a community in mourning. It was in the early hours of Thursday when 29-year-old Alexa Stakely lost her life while trying to protect her 6-year-old son from a carjacker. The devastating sequence of events unfolded at around 1:30 a.m., as Stakely went to pick up her sleeping son from a babysitter. After bringing her son to the Honda-CRV, she returned to the residence to retrieve his belongings, inadvertently leaving the car running. During this brief absence, an opportunistic individual attempted to…

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In a recent and concerning development, health officials have officially confirmed a case of the plague in Pueblo County, Colorado. This alarming news has prompted the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment (PDPHE) to swiftly collaborate with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to conduct a comprehensive investigation into this matter. While the specific details about the affected individual have not been disclosed, Alicia Solis, the program manager of the Office of Communicable Disease and Emergency Preparedness at PDPHE, has issued a strong call to action for citizens to take necessary precautions against the plague for both…

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