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Video: Socialist blames Biden border crises on Trump Administration

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Jason Miller on the Biden Administration’s laxed border policies, President Trump’s accomplishments at the border, the reality as to why we are seeing a large number of illegal immigrants

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Ted Cruz: Meets With Trump Team, ‘No Chance’ of Conviction

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Sen. Ted Cruz, after meeting with former President Donald Trump’s impeachment legal team Thursday, said there is “no chance” the ex-leader will be convicted of inciting the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol.

“There is no chance whatsoever there will be 67 votes to convict him,” the Texas Republican said on “Fox News @ Night.” “All 100 senators know that, the house managers know that, everyone in knows that.”

But beyond that, there should not be votes to convict Trump because the House managers have “not proven their case” that Trump committed a high crime or misdemeanor, said Cruz. 

“In two days and 16 hours of presenting their case, they haven’t come remotely close to demonstrating that President Trump’s conduct violated the law, that constituted incitement.”

Cruz told show host Shannon Bream that he, along with Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and Mike Lee, R-Utah, met for about an hour with Trump’s attorneys to discuss the case, and that he suggested to the lawyers look at comments by Democrat leaders and compare them to Trump’s speech on Jan. 6 

“If you look at the comments of Bernie Sanders, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Maxine Waters, if you look at Kamala Harris, there is no coherent basis under the standard they put forward for concluding President Trump’s comments were incitement and Kamala Harris’ weren’t,” said Cruz.

Harris, he added, “went on national television on Stephen Colbert and said these riots will continue and they should continue…she raised money to bail out the violent criminals who had been arrested committing crimes of violence.”

Cruz also argued that the First Amendment “allows robust, vigorous political debate from both sides, even when there is irresponsible or overheated rhetoric on either side,” and pointed out the Democrat House managers, in their arguments, omitted parts about Trump encouraging peaceful protests.

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Top Trump Adviser Jason Miller Talks About Trump’s Future Plans

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Top Trump adviser and former spokesperson Jason Miller was interviewed by Just the News on Thursday, where he said that former President Donald Trump has some goals for the years to come.

Miller flew together with Trump from Washington D.C. to Florida on Wednesday aboard Air Force One.

Just the News asked if Trump’s future plans include building a social media or cable network, taking legislative actions, or how he could possibly win an election again given what happened last time.

“Trump has a number of goals over the next couple of years … winning back the House and the Senate for Republicans in 2022 to make sure that we can stop the Democratic craziness,” said Miller.

He also said that Trump will “emerge as the nation’s leader on ballot and voter integrity.”

Miller said that due to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) being in control, he doesn’t expect election integrity to improve in Washington.

“Chuck and Nancy are gonna do their best to continue rigging this, every aspect that they can,” Miller said.

He said that a lot of the debate over alleged election fraud was centered around abuses of Article II of the Constitution, which grants authority to state legislatures to handle many aspects of elections.

He expects Trump to be working closely with state legislatures to look into ballot and voting integrity.

He said Trump wouldn’t be starting immediately, but rather after a transition period.

“This is critical, we have to do this,” he said in conclusion.

Miller posted on Twitter a photo of the White House with the caption “until 2025,” leading some people to speculate that Trump would be running for president again in 2025.

Trump made some statements in recent speeches that suggested he would continue to be active in politics.

“We love you. We will be back in some form,” he said on Jan. 20.

“As I prepare to hand power over to a new administration at noon on Wednesday, I want you to know that the movement we started is only just beginning. There’s never been anything like it,” Trump said in his farewell video on Tuesday.

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