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Trump’s Pattern of Sowing Election Doubt Intensifies in 2024Former President Donald J. Trump has baselessly and publicly cast doubt about the fairness of the 2024 election about once a day, on average, since he announced his candidacy for president, according to an analysis by The New York Times. A line chart shows the number of times Donald J. Trump cast doubt on the fairness or integrity of the election during the 2016, 2020, and 2024 election cycles. Mr. Trump first raised questions about the 2016 election in August of that year, about 100 days before the election. About six weeks before Election Day in 2020, Mr. Trump refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. “We want to make sure that the election is honest, and I’m not sure that it can be,” Mr. Trump said.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Trump’s, , Long, Biden, “ weaponizing, , ” Mr, General Merrick B, we’re, , TRUMP, “ You’ve, Hillary Clinton, Mr, I’m, ” —, I’ll, it’s Organizations: The New York Times, Trump, Mr, United States Capitol, White, Justice Department, Republican, Democratic, Electoral College, House, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Locations: Florida, Georgia, Manhattan, Ukraine
We'll show you how to watch Celtics vs. Pacers Game 2 live streams from anywhere. You can also bookmark our NBA Playoffs hub for info on future Celtics vs. Pacers games. ET / 5 p.m. PT on ESPNWhere to watch Pacers vs. Celtics in the USCeltics vs. Pacers Game 2 will air on ESPN on Thursday at 8 p.m. For cord-cutters, this means exploring a live TV streaming cable alternative like Sling TV. Sign up for a live TV streaming package if you don't already have one.
Persons: Jaylen Brown, ExpressVPN Organizations: Business, Boston Celtics, . Indiana Pacers, Eastern Conference, Celtics, Pacers, ESPN, The Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks, New York Knicks, PT, US Celtics, Sling Locations: United States
Opinion | Pay Caitlin Clark What She’s Worth
  + stars: | 2024-05-23 | by ( Joshua Mendelsohn | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +2 min
In 1969, the National Basketball Association was a relatively young professional basketball league fighting to establish itself. But the league was facing economic problems, and it was unclear how successful it would be monetizing the game’s appeal to young people. Desperate for credibility (and fighting off a rival league also seeking to establish itself), the N.B.A. Today, the Women’s National Basketball Association, established about 50 years after the N.B.A., finds itself at a similar crossroads. has decided that Clark will be paid a salary of $76,535 in her first year.
Persons: Lew Alcindor, Alcindor, Kareem Abdul, Jabbar, Caitlin Clark, Clark Organizations: National Basketball Association, University of California, Milwaukee Bucks, Indiana Fever Locations: Los Angeles, Milwaukee
Washington CNN —Top Republicans are already rushing to buy into a new 2024 election fraud narrative sown by ex-President Donald Trump in their zeal to appease their party’s presumptive nominee. The new Republican trend of casting doubt on the integrity of the 2024 election in advance was exhibited by Sen. Ted Cruz on Wednesday in an interview with CNN’s Kaitlan Collins. Despite Trump’s claims of voting irregularities, multiple courts, including the US Supreme Court, rejected the former president’s claims he was cheated out of power. The positioning looks a lot like laying the groundwork for a challenge to the fairness of the 2024 election if Trump loses in November. The idea that the 2024 election may not be free and fair was also raised recently by Ohio Sen. J.D.
Persons: Donald Trump, Sen, Ted Cruz, CNN’s Kaitlan Collins, Trump’s, William Barr, Cruz, Collins, ‘ Will, ” Cruz, , Trump, Biden, I’m, Mike Pence, I’ll, ” Trump, it’s, Georgia —, Nikki Haley, , Florida Sen, Marco Rubio, , Al Gore, Ohio Sen, J.D, Vance, CNN’s Dana, Dana, ” Vance Organizations: Washington CNN —, Republicans, Republican, Trump, US, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Biden, South Carolina Gov, Republican Party, Democratic, Democrats, Supreme, Ohio, Union Locations: Trump’s, Texas, Arizona, Georgia, Trump The Texas, Florida, “ State
Health savings accounts are vastly underused as a retirement investment tool by people who have them, even though thousands of dollars can be invested every year. Crucially, HSA funds aren't strictly limited to medical expenses, since they can be withdrawn for any reason after age 65 without triggering a 20% penalty on non-medical expenses. In effect, HSAs are potent retirement investment accounts, too. But despite the benefits, only about 13% of people invest the funds in their HSAs, according to recent data from the Employee Benefit Research Institute. Here's a look at how HSAs work and why you might want to invest the funds in that account.
Persons: Ben Smith Organizations: IRS, Research Institute Locations: Milwaukee
We'll show you where to watch the Celtics vs. Pacers, whether you have cable or are looking for a live streaming alternative. ET on ESPNWhere to watch Celtics vs. Pacers in the USGame 1 of the Celtics vs. Pacers Round 3 match-up will air on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Those without cable can tune in through a live TV streaming package like Sling TV. Shop at SlingHow to watch Celtics vs. Pacers from anywhereIf you'll be traveling outside the US during any Round 3 games, you can keep up with your subscriptions via VPN. Sign up for a live TV streaming package if you don't already have one.
Persons: they've, we've, ExpressVPN Organizations: Business, Eastern Conference, The Indiana Pacers, Boston Celtics, TD, Celtics, Pacers, Eastern, Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks, New York Knicks, Conference, ESPN
The inferno consumed the wooden structure, situated in an Iron Age settlement, killing six animals penned in the stable. The presence of a horse in the stable suggested that these people were wealthier than some of their neighbors, Olesti Vila said. The site provides important insights into the daily lives of Iberian Iron Age populations in the Pyrenees at this pivotal time in history, Arnold said in an email. During the Iron Age, when people lived in wooden homes heated by fires, buildings often accidentally burned. “This is also an indication of some kind of conflict or some kind of violent aggression,” Olesti Vila said.
Persons: Oriol Olesti Vila, Baltarga, Francesc Riart, Olesti Vila, , weren’t, , Bettina Arnold, Arnold, ” Arnold, ” Mindy Weisberger Organizations: CNN, Autonomous University of Barcelona, University of Wisconsin -, Scientific Locations: Iberia, Spain, Tossal, Baltarga, Iron, Hannibal, Roman Republic, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Pyrenees, , Europe
In Milwaukee on Thursday, Vice President Kamala Harris highlighted her work to close the racial wealth gap. In Atlanta on Sunday, President Biden will deliver the commencement address at Morehouse College, an all-male historically Black institution. And in Detroit the same day, he is expected to speak at an N.A.A.C.P. But as Mr. Biden and his team intensify their efforts to engage Black voters, evidence keeps emerging that he faces serious challenges among that politically powerful, heavily Democratic group of Americans, threatening his ability to resurrect his victorious 2020 coalition. In interviews with nearly two dozen voters in predominantly Black neighborhoods in Philadelphia this week, as well as with elected officials and strategists, signs of softness in Mr. Biden’s standing were palpable.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Biden, , Biden’s Organizations: Sunday, Morehouse College, Democratic Locations: Milwaukee, Atlanta, Detroit, Philadelphia, Mr, Black
ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA - SEPTEMBER 29: Former U.S. President Donald Trump Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at the California GOP convention on September 29, 2023 in Anaheim, California. Presidential candidates set to speak at the convention include former President Donald Trump, Florida Gov. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)Former President Donald Trump's top donors are to be rewarded for supporting him while they attend the Republican National Convention in July, according to new documents reviewed by CNBC. A fundraising committee called Trump 47 is offering its donors "major investor convention benefits," according to a pamphlet. The document lists convention rewards for Trump 47 Committee donors who either raise up to $2.5 million or personally give between $24,000 and $844,600.
Persons: Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis, South Carolina Sen, Tim Scott, Vivek Ramaswamy, David McNew, Donald Trump's, Trump, Harley, Jeffrey Sprecher, Sen, Kelly Loeffler, Robert Mercer, Linda McMahon, Woody Johnson Organizations: U.S, Donald Trump Former U.S, California GOP, Florida Gov, Republican National Convention, CNBC, Trump, Republican National Committee, Republican, Donors, Fiserv, Davidson, Republicans, RNC, Intercontinental Exchange, Renaissance Technologies, Small Business Administration, New York Jets Locations: ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA, California, Anaheim , California, Florida, South Carolina, Milwaukee
Mr. Biden recently indicated he would debate Mr. Trump, but had until now declined to give any firm commitment or specific details. In a video announcing his offer, Mr. Biden taunted Mr. Trump. Mr. Trump leads Mr. Biden in most polls of battleground states, including the recent surveys by The New York Times, Siena College and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Significantly more voters trust Mr. Trump over Mr. Biden to handle the economy. Mr. Biden, exasperated, famously said to Mr. Trump, “Will you shut up, man?
Persons: Biden, Donald J, Trump, , Robert F, Kennedy Jr, Mr, Biden’s, Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, O’Malley Dillon, , Trump’s, “ Let’s, Donald, Ms, Mark Makela, “ Will, Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, Reagan, , There’s, Kennedy, Wiles, LaCivita, George W, Bush’s, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Richard Perry, Romney, Hillary Clinton’s, Bill Clinton, Reid J, Epstein Organizations: The New York Times, Biden, Commission, Mr, Trump, , , Republican National Convention, Republican National Committee, Siena College, The Philadelphia Inquirer, White House, CNN, Electoral College —, Republican, Democratic, ” Networks, CBS News, ABC News, Telemundo Locations: Washington, Trump’s Manhattan, York, Milwaukee, America
Protesters at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will take down a pro-Palestinian encampment that had stood for two weeks under an agreement reached with the school, university officials said in a statement on Sunday. The encampment, believed to be the last one standing at a Wisconsin college, will be gone by Tuesday, they said. School officials had allowed the encampment to stand and occupy a broad patch of lawn between Mitchell Hall and a busy thoroughfare on the campus’s southern boundary, choosing not to call in the police. That approach differed from one at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where administrators in early May called in the police to break down the tents after negotiations failed. After the initial crackdown failed to end the encampment, Wisconsin-Madison later came to an agreement with protesters to break down the camp voluntarily before commencement ceremonies over the weekend.
Persons: Mark Mone Organizations: University of Wisconsin, School, Mitchell, Wisconsin -, UWM Popular University for Palestine Coalition Locations: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Israel, Gaza
AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump is entering the final stretch in his vice presidential selection process. So with that in mind, here's Business Insider's initial vice presidential power rankings. He's a former presidential candidate himself, a fact many recent vice presidential nominees share (though Trump ignored that in 2016). Entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy: Ramaswamy staked out the most pro-Trump territory of any GOP presidential hopeful. Having never held elected office, the Roivant Sciences founder would have one of the least conventional resumes of any recent major party vice presidential nominee.
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Barron Trump has declined Florida's offer to serve as a Republican National Convention delegate. Florida Republicans had chosen Barron to nominate his father, Donald Trump, at the RNC. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementBarron Trump, 18, has declined Florida's invitation to serve as a delegate at the Republican National Convention (RNC) this summer, Melania Trump's office confirmed to the Daily Mail. Florida Republicans had selected Barron Trump as a delegate to the RNC in Milwaukee this July, where he would have nominated his father as the presidential nominee.
Persons: Barron Trump, Barron, Donald Trump, Trump, Eric, Tiffany, , Melania Organizations: Republican National Convention, Florida Republicans, RNC, Service, Daily Mail, Business Locations: Milwaukee
CNN —Former President Donald Trump’s youngest son, Barron Trump, was selected by the Florida GOP as an at-large delegate for Florida at the Republican National Convention, according to a list of delegates obtained by CNN. Barron joins several other family members – Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump and Tiffany Trump – who were also selected. Before Donald Trump’s hush money criminal trial began, his attorneys had asked for May 17 off so that he could attend Barron’s graduation. The Republican National Committee will hold its convention in Milwaukee in July. Last month, the RNC asked the Secret Service to keep protesters farther back from the convention than is currently planned.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Barron Trump, Barron, – Donald Trump Jr, Eric Trump, Tiffany Trump –, Steve Witkoff, Trump’s, Sergio Gor, Trump, Todd Steggerda, , , Alexi Worley, ” Donald Trump, CNN’s Kate Sullivan, Shania Shelton, Daniel Strauss Organizations: CNN, Florida GOP, Florida, Republican National Convention, Trump, NBC News, Republican National, RNC, Service, Secret Locations: Florida, Milwaukee, Milwaukee’s
Barron Trump gets into politics
  + stars: | 2024-05-09 | by ( Brent D. Griffiths | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +2 min
Barron Trump is set for to share in Donald Trump's big moment. Trump's youngest son will be a delegate to this July's Republican National Convention. Florida Republicans selected Barron Trump, 18, as an at-large delegate to the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee this July. Tiffany Boulos, Trump's youngest daughter, and her husband, Michael, are also at-large delegates. Trump, who also served in the Trump administration, said she would stay away from her father's bid to reclaim the White House.
Persons: Barron Trump, Donald Trump's, , Trump, Barron, Juan Merchan, Donald Trump Jr, Eric Trump, Tiffany Boulos, Michael, Kimberly Guifoyle, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Ron DeSantis, Joe Biden Organizations: Republican National Convention, Service, Florida Republicans, Politico, NBC, Republican, Former Fox News, Trump Jr, White, Sunshine, Florida Gov, Trump Locations: Milwaukee, Florida
As the founder of home-improvement retailer Menards, John Menard Jr. is Wisconsin's richest billionaire with a net worth of $22.9 billion. John Menard Jr. (left) congratulates IndyCar driver Simon Pagenaud on his victory at the 2016 Angie's List Grand Prix of Indianapolis. Menard Jr. is a controversial figure known for his frugality and iron-handed management style. Menard Jr. denied any inappropriate conduct, his attorney told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Menard Jr. is also an avid race-car enthusiast, sponsoring Menards race cars at NASCAR and IndyCar events.
Persons: John Menard Jr, Simon Pagenaud, Khris Hale, Menard, Menards, Menard Jr Organizations: Prix, Indianapolis, Getty, Forbes, University of Wisconsin, Prosecutors, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, NASCAR Locations: Eau Claire, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
CNN —Microsoft said it is pouring $3.3 billion into building a data hub in Wisconsin that aims to train employees and manufacturers on how to best use artificial intelligence. The new center aims to create 2,300 union construction jobs and 2,000 permanent jobs over time, according to Microsoft. In his remarks Wednesday, Biden plans to directly point his finger at Trump for the failed project, according to a White House official. The White House also introduced an order in 2023 to require AI system developers to share results of their safety tests with the federal government before they are released to the public. Beyond AI, Wisconsin is seeing a spate of funding toward futuristic industries.
Persons: Joe Biden, Trump, Satya Nadella, Biden, Microsoft’s Organizations: CNN, Microsoft, University of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin -, Trump, White, Infrastructure Law, Badger Locations: Wisconsin, Mount Pleasant , Wisconsin, America, Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, United States, Racine –
Since 1940, the state has voted for the Republican presidential nominee in every election except for 1964 and 2008. And former President Donald Trump is virtually assured of winning the state this November, as he also did in 2016 and 2020. But an interesting thing happened on Tuesday: Trump won the GOP presidential primary, but former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley still won over 20 percent of the vote, despite her March exit from the race. With nearly all precincts reporting their results, Trump earned 461,663 votes (78.3 percent) to Haley's 128,168 votes (21.7 percent). But many suburban voters are also concerned about issues like the preservation of democracy, abortion rights, and environmental policy, which all strongly favor Biden.
Persons: , Mike Pence, Dan Quayle, Donald Trump, Trump, Nikki Haley, Haley, Biden Organizations: Service, Republican, Business, GOP, Indianapolis, — Trump, Marion, Trump, Indiana, RNC Locations: Indiana, Virginia, North Carolina, Indianapolis, Marion, Trump's, Hamilton County, Milwaukee, While Indiana
We've got you covered if you're looking for how to get tickets to Maroon 5's concert tour. Maroon 5 2024 tour scheduleMaroon 5 has 16 concert dates lined up for their Las Vegas residency in 2024. Of course, original ticket prices for Maroon 5's 2024 tour vary depending on date, location, and demand for each show. Generally, resale ticket prices for Maroon 5's 2024 shows are comparable to or cheaper than the costs of standard original tickets. Maroon 5 doesn't have any opening acts for their Las Vegas residency concert dates.
Persons: Adam Levine, We've, Maren Morris, hasn't Organizations: Business, Las Vegas, MGM, Dolby, Las, Ticketmaster, Vivid Locations: Las Vegas, North America, Vegas, Clarkston, MI, Toronto, ON, Canada, Charlotte, NC, Holmdel, NJ, Springfield, NY, Milwaukee, Ottawa, Clarkston , Michigan, , New Jersey, Springfield , Massachusetts, Toronto , Ontario, Ottawa , Ontario
Donald Trump has yet to choose a running mate for his third attempt to win the White House. Trump has not laid this out explicitly, although he has already said that he will not commit to honoring the outcome in November. I don’t change on that,” the former president said in a recent interview with The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “If it’s not, you have to fight for the right of the country.” We know, from the 2020 election, that anything short of a Trump victory is, for Trump, tantamount to fraud. “At the end of the day, the 47th president of the United States will be President Donald Trump.”(Watching Scott’s performance, one half-expects him to also tell his interlocutor, “Donald Trump is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.”)
Persons: Donald Trump, Mike Pence, Trump, I’ll, it’s, , Tim Scott of, , , “ Donald Trump Organizations: White, Trump, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Locations: Tim Scott of South Carolina, United States
It’s just another normal week in American politics as unpredictable forces rock both parties and augur a tense run to an election — now six months less one day away — that could fundamentally change the nation. Prosecutors argue he attempted a cover-up to mislead voters in 2016 in an early act of election interference. She also said that Trump felt it was better to deal with the story after the election than beforehand. Last week, in an interview with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Trump refused to guarantee he’d accept the result of the next election. “We have to understand that this is a defining moment for this generation, similar to anti-Vietnam protests, anti-apartheid protests, anti-Iraq War protests,” he said.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden’s, Mike Johnson, Marjorie Taylor Greene, It’s, , Trump, Story Daniels, Hope Hicks, Hicks, Michael Cohen, Daniels, Emil Bove, Cohen, Trump’s, Biden, James Singer, “ Trump, ” Singer, Benjamin Netanyahu, Mitch Landrieu, Sen, Bernie Sanders, Lyndon Johnson, Landrieu, Democratic Sen, John Fetterman of, , Ro Khanna, , ” Johnson, Johnson, Greene, don’t, Kevin McCarthy Organizations: CNN, Trump, Republican, Georgia Rep, Prosecutors, White House, Nazi Secret Police, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Israel, Republicans, Union, Biden campaign’s, Independent, Democratic, CBS, Hamas, GOP Locations: Gestapo, New York, Gaza, Manhattan, Trump, “ State, Vietnam, John Fetterman of Pennsylvania, Michigan, California, Iraq, America, Ukraine, Louisiana
Kristi Noem remained on defense after blowback from an anecdote about killing a 14-month-old dog and goat on her farm. “This is Joe Biden’s Democrat Party today,” the New York Republican said, alluding to scenes of chaos on campuses nationwide. “And the reality is this is why Republicans continue to poll stronger and stronger, because we represent peace and security. Video Ad Feedback Tapper presses potential Trump VP pick on 2020 election 04:10 - Source: CNNGoodbye, Sunshine State? Rubio also tried Sunday to tamp down on speculation that he would be Trump’s vice president.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Joe Biden, Kristi Noem, Noem, Elise Stefanik, Doug Burgum, South Carolina Sen, Tim Scott, Florida Sen, Marco Rubio, Joe Biden’s, ” Rubio, , Biden, ” Scott, Trump, Scott, Donald Trump, ” Trump, NBC’s Kristen Welker, Kristen, ” Burgum, Tapper, Sunshine State ? Rubio, Rubio, , doesn’t, He’s, ” Noem, “ Joe Biden’s, Kim Jong, I’d, Kim, “ I’ve, I’ve, CNN’s Casey Gannon, Veronica Stracqualursi Organizations: CNN, South Carolina Gov, Trump, Republican National Committee, Mar, North Dakota Gov, Fox News, Biden, Democratic Party, Joe Biden’s Democrat Party, New York Republican, Republicans, “ Fox, Press, White, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Sunshine State, RNC, Republican Party, CBS, Cricket, North, Locations: Florida, North, South Carolina, Israel, , United States, Dakota, South Dakota, Noem, North Korean
Major corporations often don't want to seem like they're taking one side politically, so they either sponsor both conventions, or neither. Conventions could see new sponsorsThe Democratic and Republican conventions this summer are the first fully in-person conventions since the 2016 election. Democratic convention organizers in April said if corporations had any reluctance to back the RNC, it hasn't hampered Chicago's efforts to lure donors. Microsoft in 2012 contributed over $1.5 million in a mix of in-kind and cash contributions to the Republican convention. JPMorgan donated $200,000 to the 2012 Republican convention and didn't write a check for the 2016 event.
Persons: Donald Trump, Jon Cherry, Rashad Robinson, Robinson, , Fiserv, Greg Goldner, Trump, Donald Trump's, aren't, they'll, Joe Biden, Trent Morse, Morse, they've, Alison Prange, Reince Priebus, Priebus, it's, Steve Kornacki's, Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Michelle Yeoh, Natalie Edelstein, Michael Sacks, Sacks, J.B . Pritzker, Barack Obama, Alex Hornbrook, There's, Taylor Swift, she's, Mitt Romney, Obama, didn't, General Motors Organizations: Christian Media, The Gaylord, Center, Getty, Republican National Convention, Republican, NBC News, Trump, Fiserv Inc, Democratic, Fiserv, RNC, Resolute Consulting, GOP, Corporations, Fortune, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Democrats, White House, Milwaukee, NBC, Wall, Republican National Committee, Wall Street, Biden, TV, Kentucky Derby, Street Journal, Northwestern Mutual, Wisconsin Fortune, Democratic National Convention, WEC Energy Group, Manpower Group, Conventions, Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce, DNC, Convention, Chicago, Longtime Democratic, Illinois Gov, White, Correspondents, Commission, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Bank of America, FEC, Meta, Skype, CNBC, JPMorgan Chase, Walmart, JPMorgan, General Motors, General, Motors, Comcast, Press, Trade Locations: Nashville , Tennessee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, America, Chicago, NBCUniversal, Philadelphia
CNN —The Los Angeles Lakers have fired head coach Darvin Ham, the team announced Friday. The 50-year-old Ham compiled a 90-74 record in two seasons at the helm, including leading the Lakers to the Western Conference Finals last season. On Monday, Los Angeles was eliminated from the NBA playoffs in five games, losing to the reigning champion Denver Nuggets for the second straight postseason. “This organization will remain unwavering in its commitment to deliver championship-caliber basketball to Lakers fans around the world,” Pelinka said. Before becoming the Lakers head coach, Ham spent his career as an assistant coach with the Atlanta Hawks, Milwaukee Bucks and the Lakers for two seasons from 2011 to 2013.
Persons: Darvin Ham, Ham, ” Rob Pelinka, Darvin, ” Pelinka Organizations: CNN, Los Angeles Lakers, Lakers, Western, NBA, Denver Nuggets, Atlanta Hawks, Milwaukee Bucks Locations: Los Angeles
Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S., April 2, 2024. Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday wouldn't commit to accepting the 2024 presidential election results — echoing comments he made during the 2020 election campaign. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee also repeated his false claim that he beat Joe Biden in Wisconsin in the 2020 election. At a CNN town hall event last year, Trump also refused to commit to accepting the results. "We're way ahead," Trump said before repeating his baseless claims that the 2020 election was stolen.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Joe Biden, Biden Organizations: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Journal Sentinel, CNN, Republican National Committee, RNC Locations: Grand Rapids , Michigan, U.S, Wisconsin, Freehand , Michigan
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