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Trump under fire for QAnon display at Ohio rally

Former President Donald Trump has come under criticism for openly embracing QAnon during a speech Saturday night, in support of Republican Senate nominee JD Vance

The week began with images on Truth Social wearing cue pins and promoting their slogans; It ends with cue music and cue 'a' being signed by the crowd at their rally," tweeted CNN analyst Juliette Kayyam.

In an earlier post on Truth Social, Mr Trump called the event a “sold out juggernaut” and claimed that without his rallies and endorsements, most candidates such as Vance would lose.

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