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Trump Campaign Forced to Delete #Daytona500 Air Force One Photo Because It Was From 2004



Another oops moment happened for President Donald Trump’s campaign manager stole George W. Bush’s photo from the Daytona 500 in 2004.

Tweeting Sunday, Brad Parscale proclaimed, “.@realDonaldTrumpwon the #Daytona500 before the race even started.”

Except, it wasn’t him. As many people pointed out, the image was from 16 years ago by photographer Jonathan Ferrey, CNN reported. Parscale was forced to delete it and tweet it out again with an underwhelming photo.

The 2004 photo also shows a significantly larger crowd of people watching the race, where the photo from Trump today showed sparse stands as the race was dealing with rain delays.

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‘Ever Hear of Something Called an IP Address?’: Avenatti May Have Evidence of Giuliani’s Porn Habits



Attorney Michael Avenatti apparently threatened to release embarrassing information about Rudy Giuliani if he didn’t apologize to former actress Stormy Daniels.

The attorney publicly solicited help finding proof of Giuliani’s pornography habits after the president’s legal adviser slut-shamed Daniels, and he tweeted a hint that the search turned up evidence of his hypocrisy.

“Mr. Giuliani: my client deserves an apology for your sexist, disgusting, comments about her and women in general,” Avenatti tweeted. “I strongly suggest you provide one. Are you really taking the position that you have not viewed porn in the last year? Ever hear of something called an IP address?…”

Avenatti made the public appeal for help digging into Giuliani’s personal life over the weekend, and he tweeted a hint Sunday afternoon that the search had proved fruitful.


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