“We were not a regular administration,” Trump said.
The list includes Steve Bannon, Elliott Broidy, Lil Wayne, and Kodak Black.
The outgoing president was repeatedly cautioned against the move but rebuffed the advice of his lawyers at the last minute.
Messages promoting the D.C. rally that turned into a deadly riot came from a company linked to the disgraced Trump strategist—who’s already facing federal fraud charges.
From “Build the Wall” hucksters to BLM posers to rich people who somehow benefited from the worst year in memory, it was a big year for the scam.
A 22-year-old working at St. Michael the Archangel in Manhattan said she was attacked by Father George Rutler, a regular on ETWN, after he played porn in front of her.
From Steve Bannon affiliates to Tea Party figures, a Facebook page that gained 300,000 members virtually overnight had all the markings of a Trump-era scheme.