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During Monday’s solar eclipse, President Trump — with First Lady Melania and youngest son, Barron — stood on the White House balcony and did, to my knowledge, the only thing you’re not supposed to do during an eclipse:

Colbert, Meyers, Kimmel, and even Fallon are off this week, so the burden of late night political commentary fell on Conan O’Brien, who suggested that if Trump is this incapable of following directions, people should tell him, “Whatever you do, don’t resign.”

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Donald Trump and Kevin McCarthy

Reprinted with permission from Alternet

For the first time since leaving office, former President Donald Trump will speak publicly at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) -- and he is expected to deliver scathing remarks, leveling attacks on the Republican lawmakers who did not back him during his second impeachment trial.

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