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Another week, another Trump flirtation with fascism

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    75% ReliableGood

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

54% : Most recently, just days before the Truth Social video, speaking at the National Rifle Association's convention, Trump floated the idea of a third term.
46% : Trump asked the NRA crowd, some of whom responded "three!"He has previously said he wouldn't try for a third term - which is good, because it's not clear how he could unless he figures out how to suspend or override the constitution - and if that were to happen, who knows what comes next.
45% : Carter Sherman reports on the latest front of the anti-abortion movement.
36% : Another week, another few instances of Trump flirting with fascism.
34% : I cover democracy issues, and I'm filling in for Adam Gabbatt this week as Donald Trump flirted with a third term in office (yes, that's illegal) and posted a video promising a "unified reich" (yes, that's Nazi-adjacent language).
34% : Regardless, the prospect of "Trump forever" is clearly on voters' minds when they're deciding who to elect this year, a sign that his ongoing authoritarian bent is spooking at least part of the undecided electorate.
29% : Eleven of them were arraigned on Tuesday in the state's case against the people who falsely signed documents saying Trump won the state, and the Trump allies who drummed up the idea.
20% : This pattern isn't new for Trump: he will often use fascist language or nods to extremist groups, then claim it was a mistake or that the left and the media are twisting a narrative.
17% : Biden's campaign seized on it, saying Trump was telegraphing how he'd lead "as a dictator over a 'unified reich'".
17% : The 2020 election in Minnesota was not close: Trump lost by more than 233,000 votes, though he was closer in 2016, losing to Hillary Clinton by less than 45,000.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. Bias scores are on a scale of -100% to 100% with higher negative scores being more liberal and higher positive scores being more conservative, and 0% being neutral. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization.

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