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Read previewPolitical leaders like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Rep. Lauren Boebert have created an environment in the US where violence is normalized, a political violence expert said in the wake of former President Donald Trump's attempted assassination. Rachel Kleinfeld, an expert on political violence, told Politico she thinks it's "political leaders like Marjorie Taylor Greene or Lauren Boebert or so on" who've been "amplifying the extremes" in the country. After the shooting, Greene blamed the incident on the Democratic Party. On Sunday — less than a day after the Trump rally shooting — senior lawmakers like House Speaker Mike Johnson asked people to cool it with the heated rhetoric. Representatives for Trump, Greene and Boebert did not immediately respond to requests for comment from Business Insider sent outside regular business hours.
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Trying to get a better look at an immigration statistics chart might have saved Donald Trump's life. Trump told an ally that if he hadn't tilted his head, he might have been shot, per The New York Times. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump might have lost his life on Saturday if he hadn't tilted his head to look at an immigration statistics chart.
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Read previewChina's belt-tightening consumers are dragging on the country's economy even as external demand supports exports, official data released on Monday shows. The fresh data shows China's economy continues to be bogged down by its real-estate crisis , stock-market volatility, geopolitical headwinds, and demographic challenges. AdvertisementPeople are just not spending enoughEven though disposable income grew in the second quarter of this year, consumers in China are reluctant to spend. Economic outlook for the second half of the yearChina's economic outlook isn't that rosy for the second half of this year either. However, they added that headwinds remain in the second half of the year, including the "tapering of post-COVID pent-up consumer demand."
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A Trump authorized GoFundMe for victims of the Pennsylvania rally shooting has raised more than $2.4 million. On Sunday, Trump's reelection campaign text out a link to the fundraiser. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump's reelection campaign on Sunday sent out an appeal to an authorized GoFundMe drive that has raised over $2.4 million for the victims of the shooting at Trump's Pennslyvania rally in under 24 hours.
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Former President Donald Trump was whisked off stage at a Pennsylvania rally on Saturday. Gavin Newsom and other prominent Democratic politicians were quick to condemn the incident. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementProminent Democratic lawmakers were quick to condemn a shooting at a Saturday Trump rally in Pennsylvania, where the former president was whisked off the stage by the Secret Service after popping sounds akin to gunfire were heard. In a statement about what President Joe Biden said was a "shooting at Donald Trump's rally in Pennsylvania."
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Evan Vucci is an AP photographer who documented the aftermath of an assassination attempt on Trump. Vucci said he understood the moment's significance immediately after shots rang out. He snapped several photos of the attempt, including a now-famous shot of a defiant Trump with his fist raised. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Evan Vucci, who has covered Trump for years, said he understood the incident's significance after hearing "several pops" over his left shoulder.
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The victim of the shooting at Donald Trump's Pennsylvania campaign rally is Corey Comperatore. His sister said Comperatore shielded his daughters from gunfire. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementThe victim of the shooting at former President Donald Trump's Pennsylvania rally has been identified as a loving father and husband who protected his family from gunfire. Corey Comperatore, 50, was killed while he shielded his wife and daughters, his family said, calling "this terrible nightmare … our painful reality."
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The FBI has identified Thomas Matthew Crooks as the suspect in the Trump rally shooting. The shooting occurred on Saturday evening during Trump's rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. AdvertisementThe FBI has named the suspect in the shooting at former President Donald Trump's Pennsylvania rally on Saturday evening. An agency representative confirmed to Business Insider early on Sunday morning that the suspect is Thomas Matthew Crooks, 20, of Bethel, Pennsylvania. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman endorsed Donald Trump for president on Saturday. Ackman's announcement on X came hours after an assassination attempt on Trump in Pennsylvania. Ackman assured Biden supporters that he hadn't "lost it" and came to the decision carefully. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementBillionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman has officially come out in support of former president Donald Trump's re-election campaign, following an assassination attempt at a Trump rally on Saturday.
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A Trump authorized GoFundMe for victims of the Pennsylvania rally shooting has raised more than $1 million. On Sunday, Trump's reelection campaign text out a link to the fundraiser. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump's reelection campaign on Sunday sent out an appeal to an authorized GoFundMe drive that has raised over $1 million for the victims of the shooting at Trump's Pennslyvania rally. It is more important than ever that we stand UNITED," a text to supporters read along with a link to the fundraising drive.
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Forty-three seconds after the first shot was fired, a Secret Service agent said the shooter was down. Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump is covered by U.S. Secret Service agents at a campaign rally on July 13, 2024, in Butler, Pennsylvania. McCormick was whisked into the venue through a private entrance manned by members of the Secret Service. “This is a big crowd — this is a big, big, beautiful crowd,” Trump said at the start of his speech. Anna Moneymaker/Getty ImagesCrooks had climbed onto the flat rooftop of a light beige, single-story commercial building roughly 150 yards to the north of the rally stage.
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Trump victory trades to swell after shooting, investors say
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Saturday's shooting at U.S. former President Donald Trump's election rally raises his odds of winning back the White House, and trades betting on his victory will increase this coming week, investors said on Sunday. Trump was shot in the ear during the rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday in what the authorities were treating as an assassination attempt. The first shooting of a U.S. president or major party candidate since a 1981 assassination attempt on Republican President Ronald Reagan could upend the Nov. 5 rematch between Republican Trump and President Joe Biden, a Democrat, which has been tight in opinion polls. World leaders and U.S. politicians condemned the shooting, while some industry executives, including Tesla chief Elon Musk, declared their support for Trump. Investors also expect an extension of corporate and personal tax cuts expiring next year, fuelling concerns about rising budget deficits under Trump.
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Read previewA municipal police officer at Donald Trump's rally in Pennsylvania encountered the shooter before the assassination attempt but retreated, according to The Washington Post. Secret Service agents quickly surrounded the president, who later confirmed in a Truth Social post that a bullet struck his ear. A Secret Service sniper fatally shot Crooks. AdvertisementLaw enforcement officials and the Secret Service are facing criticism following the incident. According to the outlet, the roof was less than 164 yards from where Trump stood onstage.
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Read previewHouse Speaker Mike Johnson on Sunday strongly condemned the shooting at former President Donald Trump's Pennsylvania rally Saturday evening, decrying the "horrific" violence that occurred while also urging political leaders to "turn the rhetoric down." "We've got to turn the rhetoric down," Johnson said. Related stories"This is a horrific act of political violence. Speaker of the House Mike Johnson shares his thoughts on Trump's assassination attempt. Johnson, a political ally of Trump, said hours after the shooting that the House would hold a "full investigation" into the events surrounding Saturday's shooting.
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Read previewSince joining the upper chamber last year, Sen. John Fetterman has been one of President Joe Biden's strongest political allies. But so far, many Senate Democrats appear highly skeptical of Biden's chances in November, despite only one Democratic senator publicly calling on the President to forgo his reelection bid. Advertisement"You have legacies, too," Fetterman told the senators who were present in the room, according to the outlet. "I refuse to join the Democratic vultures on Biden's shoulder after the debate," the senator wrote on X after the June debate. During a June appearance on "Fox News Sunday," Fetterman compared his campaign situation with that of the president.
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Read previewDonald Trump's social media accounts have returned to pre-Capitol riot status. Meta appears to be the final major social media platform to roll back the last of its January 6-era restrictions on Trump's accounts. AdvertisementAfter Elon Musk purchased Twitter, he reinstated Trump's account in November 2022. Though his old social media accounts are now unrestricted and boasting tens of millions of followers, Trump is still primarily sticking with his own company, Truth Social. AdvertisementRepresentatives for the Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.
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If elected, Donald Trump has promised to maintain the dollar as the world's reserve currency. But his policies risk deteriorating faith in the greenback, according to one think tank. At number 13, the former president pledged to keep the US dollar in place as the world's main reserve currency. But a second Trump term might actually erode greenback's dominant role, wrote Mark Sobel, US chair of the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum. During his first term, Trump threatened to leave NATO and took the US out of key agreements, such as the Iran nuclear deal, Paris Climate Accord and Trans-Pacific Partnership, Sobel wrote.
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Former President Donald Trump speaks during his campaign rally at the Trump National Doral Golf Club on July 09, 2024 in Doral, Florida. Meta said Friday it's removing any previously imposed penalties and restrictions on former President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts, as the upcoming 2024 U.S. presidential election nears. In January 2023, Meta said it would reinstate Trump on its platform, and he regained access to his accounts the following month. But Trump was still subject to remaining penalties and restrictions that could have led to his social media accounts facing long suspensions. A Meta spokesperson characterized the update as "simply bringing presumptive GOP nominee Trump to parity with President Biden."
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailMills: Trump's pick for VP is more important compared to any other presidentEd Mills, Washington Policy Analyst at Raymond James, discusses Joe Biden's fight to stay in the presidential election and Donald Trump's potential pick for vice president.
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A majority of economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal said former President Donald Trump's policies would be more likely to reignite inflation than President Joe Biden's would. Eight of the economists in the WSJ survey said inflation would be worse under Biden than Trump. Meanwhile, the several economists who saw Biden as the bigger inflation threat cited large spending packages. Still, 51% of economists in the WSJ survey estimate that federal deficits will rise more under Trump, who has proposed making his first-term tax cuts permanent. Meanwhile, 22% of economists think the same for Biden, in part citing Democrats' historically higher support for government spending.
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On social media — and even in the halls of Congress — certain Biden supporters are using Donald Trump's associations with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein as an argument to disqualify him. Discourse about Trump and Epstein was reignited after documents from Epstein's first Florida investigation in 2006 were released last week. Other Biden boosters have suggested a coordinated media cover-up to boost Trump's chances or doom Biden's. Related storiesMedia outlets haven't reported on Trump's connection to the new Epstein files because there isn't one. What we know about Trump's relationship with EpsteinTrump has appeared in previous unsealed and uncovered documents connected to the Epstein case.
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President Joe Biden on Thursday trumpeted the latest inflation report in the opening remarks of his highly anticipated solo press conference in Washington. "Just this morning, we had a great economic report showing inflation is down," he said. Biden then criticized former President Donald Trump's proposed economic policy, which includes a 10% baseline tariff on all U.S. imports. "Meanwhile, Trump's calling for a 10% tariff on everything Americans buy, including food from overseas, vegetables and other necessities," he said. The press conference was a high-stakes event for the president, who has been facing calls to drop out of the 2024 race after his performance last month at the first debate with Trump.
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Joe Biden will host his first live press conference since his disastrous debate. It will be a massive litmus test in his reelection campaign. Supporters argue he'll silence critics, but the dam could break on calls for him to drop out. AdvertisementTonight will be a massive litmus test for Joe Biden's reelection campaign — and his critics are ready to pounce. The president will host an unscripted live press conference to conclude the NATO summit in Washington DC.
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However, following the recent turmoil in Biden's party, Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party is now reappraising the odds of a "Trump 2.0 presidency." "I think the issue with Trump, he's very transactional, he's not very predictable. If you're Japan, they're looking at the future and wondering, 'this could be a fascinating few years for for us.'" Collateral damageA Trump presidency is concerning to Tokyo because Japan suffered from "collateral damage" during his first term, Pesek said. "Now Japan has to, in many ways, go back to the drawing board, and at least begin bracing for a Trump 2.0 presidency, which is not going down very well [in Tokyo]."
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He was already in a difficult spot before his debate with former President Donald Trump. I think Biden has work to do, but I think he can do it," former White House communications director Kate Bedingfield wrote on X in a series of posts. Biden's dismal approval rating of approximately 38% has remains below the roughly 48% threshold incumbents have needed to win reelection. Biden's worst 2020 position was a four point lead over Trump, according to CNN. Their belief is that Trump's campaign will rue its decision to opt against an extensive on-the-ground presence in the key battleground states.
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