Liz Cheney resurfaced Paul Gosar's deleted tweet supporting Donald Trump's call to terminate the US Constitution: 'Time to condemn Trump yet?'
Donald Trump suggested the "termination" of rules and regulations in the Constitution that led to disputed voter fraud in the 2020 election. While he was met with backlash from GOP senators over the remark, Rep. Paul Gosar agreed with Trump in a now-deleted tweet. Rep. Liz Cheney resurfaced Gosar's tweet, calling on House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to condemn the former president. 1/7 SLIDES © Getty Images Nick Fuentes is well known as a white supremacist and anti-semite. That hasn't stopped Trump and at least 5 GOP lawmakers from associating with him since 2017.
© provided by Dr. Windows Screen Recorder in Snipping Tool
Under Windows 11, it will be possible in the future to record the screen and, for example, to create short video instructions. The integrated snipping tool is supplemented by a corresponding function.
The new version 11.2211.35.0 with integrated screen recording is distributed via the Microsoft Store, as usual, the insiders in the developer channel. Gradually, the new function is then made available for everyone.
The screen recorder is rudimentary, but sufficient for simple purposes. You click on the recording button, select the screen neckline to be taken and off you go. The finished video is automatically saved.
options for post -processing such as cropping or post -tones are not planned, which contains the "Clipchamp" tool in Windows 11, but in which many functions are chargeable. A shelm who suspects certain ulterior motives regarding the new function in the snipping tool ...
Donald Trump failed to mention dinner he had with 'racist antisemites' but still got standing ovations from conference of Orthodox Jews: report .
He didn't mention a controversial dinner with "racist antisemites," but Donald Trump still got standing ovations from Orthodox Jews.Attendees of the annual President's Conference of Torah Umesorah at Trump's National Doral resort in Miami, Florida, responded to his remarks with several standing ovations, according to AP.