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This morning, Senator Josh Hawley reported that whistleblowers told him that most of Trump’s security details last Saturday were not even Secret Service. They were allegedly “unprepared and inexperienced personnel” assigned by DHS.

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Ark.) revealed the FBI turned him away from the rally site where former President Donald was shot last week.

Hawley explained in a Friday exchange with Fox News host Sean Hannity that he tried to visit the fateful spot in Butler, Pennsylvania, where at least one shooter attempted to assassinate Trump, but was ordered by the Bureau to leave.

“Today, when I went to the site, the FBI has got more security on that site now than they did the night that Trump was shot at,” Hawley said.

Reid Hoffman, the Democratic megadonor who co-founded LinkedIn, is under scrutiny for comments made about President Donald Trump. Hoffman, who sits on the boards of both Microsoft and the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Board, recently said he wished he could have made Trump “an actual martyr.” This remark, made shortly before an assassination attempt on Trump, has drawn significant backlash.

Secret Service officials repeatedly rejected Donald Trump’s request for additional security in the two years before last weekend’s assassination attempt, The Post has learned.

The ex-president, 78, asked for more agents and magnetometers at large public events he attended, as well as extra snipers for outdoor venues, four insiders told The Washington Post, which first reported the damning revelation.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, who spread many false claims about the COVID-19 pandemic, is now downplaying former President Donald Trump’s injuries during an assassination attempt on his life at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania.

The former president was grazed by a bullet and was seen bleeding heavily from his right ear. Fauci called such a wound “superficial.”

Notably, Fauci served as the former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases under the Trump and Biden administrations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Secret Service were lying through their teeth when they claimed last week that it was "absolutely false" that Trump's security team had their requests for additional security resources denied, according to a new report. 

From The Washington Post, "Secret Service said to have denied requests for more security at Trump events":
 

Secret Service chiefs REJECTED Trump's requests for more agents and snipers at his events for two years before assassination attempt - as their shocking reasons are revealed MikeRivero

Secret Service officials refused to provide Donald Trump with additional security in the two years prior to last weekend's assassination, according to a report.   

The damning details revealed that the ex-president's request for more agents and magnetometers at events he attended was denied.