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Rachel Maddow reviews the series of Donald Trump's embarrassing failures at creating his own internet properties in the wake of his excommunication from social media, and reports on the latest venture, replete with typical Trumpian gaffes but also set up as a vehicle for his supporters to give him money.

  What we’ve been waiting on is finally here. President Trump just announced a new media and technology group called “Trump Media & Technology Group” and they are launching a new social media alternative called “TRUTH Social” to fight against the tyranny of Big Tech: Youtube Rumble Dailymotion If youtube link die, open Rumble or Dailymotion. Official video by Học Để Thi | Breaking News, Latest News and Videos The former president said his social media platform would be publicly traded following a merger between the newly formed Trump Media & Technology Group and DWAC. Dubbed "Truth Social," the platform is set to debut a beta version in November and roll out nationwide during the first quarter of 2022. Once the merger is complete, Trump Media & Technology Group will have an initial enterprise value of $875 mil

Rachel Maddow reveals she underwent surgery to remove skin cancer: 'I am going to be absolutely fine'

Rachel Maddow kicked off her show on Wednesday by revealing she had undergone surgery to remove skin cancer.  Maddow began addressing the "personal matter" by recalling how she went to a minor league baseball game "a couple of months ago" and how her partner Susan "poked me in the neck" and noticed how her mole "has changed." After quickly dismissing Susan's concern, Susan told Maddow, "No, that mole has changed. We've been together for 22 years, that mole has changed. I know it" and challenged her to ask her hairstylist to see if she would notice the change, which she did.  "Long story short: Susan was right, Diane was right. I went to the dermatologist… did a biopsy, turns out it was skin cancer," Maddow said. "Skin cancer accounts for the vast majority of cancers diagnosed in the United States and the vast majority of skin cancers are removable, treatable. But here’s the thing I’m going to tell you. Even the