President Trump Leaves His Omaha Supporters Out In The Cold, Literally

Brenda Watkins
October 29, 2020

She said: "This is an impeached president who's broken many laws and refused to condemn white supremacy and it feels there's been a line drawn in the sand". The hackers complained of the President's tendency to spread fake news and asked visitors to send cryptocurrency to one of two anonymous addresses.

Harris said during an interview with KETV, "Let me tell you something: Joe Biden is going to live a long life".

"I would like to clarify my voting record, which is the subject of many circulating headlines", she wrote in a statement tweeted on October 28.

Miles Taylor was chief of staff to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

The column enraged Trump; he took to Twitter to call the unknown writer "gutless" and demanded, for reasons of national security, that the Times must "turn him/her over to the government at once".

After Taylor's revelation on Wednesday, fellow CNN employee Josh Campbell tweeted, "I asked Miles Taylor back on August 17 if he was 'Anonymous.' Rather than declining to comment, he said: 'No".

Taylor penned a 2018 op-ed in the New York Times under the Anonymous pseudonym in which he said there was a resistance movement against Trump in the White House.

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The Times described him at the time as a "senior administration official", although he was the deputy chief of staff to the DHS Secretary at the time.

"After the deadline, we will compare the funds and execute the will of the world", the hackers wrote, without specifying a deadline. "I've got my own thoughts about who that might be".

"I wear a mask for two things, Anderson, Halloween and pandemics". There was an internal hunt at the White House to uncover the identity of the author, and it spawned months of parlour games in Washington guessing at who was behind the op-ed through the speech patterns and phrases used.

"But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic".

It's all to play for as they say.

In both, he slammed Trump as tempestuous and unfit for office. "We've got the best candidate, he's got the best message, and lord knows he's got the best work ethic", Gidley said. At best, he has invoked these ideals in scripted settings.

This was followed by a book, titled A Warning, in which this anonymous individual went on to tell more of their concerns, saying, "Donald Trump's behavior is not tolerable and is often embarrassing". That was published a year ago.

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