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President Donald Trump responded after former First Lady Michelle Obama slammed Trump in her upcoming memoir.

He was asked by a reporter about the comment on Nov. 9 before he got on a plane. “She got paid a lot of money to write a book. And they always insist that you come up with controversial,” Trump told reporters.

Trump didn’t specifically address the former first lady’s comments, but he made a statement about former President Obama’s administration and how it dealt with the military.

“Well, I’ll give you a little controversy back. I’ll never forgive him for what he did to our United States military. By not funding properly, it was depleted. Everything was old and tired. And I came in and I had to fix it,” the president said. “What he did to the military made this country very unsafe.”

Protesters, Trucks Appear Outside Broward County Elections Office in Florida

Protesters showed up at the Broward County elections tabulation center in Florida on Nov. 9.

It comes after President Donald Trump, Sen. Marco Rubio, and others highlighted what they say may be election fraud.

“Look, look, bad things have gone on in Broward County. Really bad things,” the president also said at a press conference.

Locals who showed up at the protest said what was happening is tantamount to “election theft.”

They’re angry that the Republican Senate candidate Rick Scott and Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis’ victories are in question.

“It’s election theft,” one protester, Janet Klomburg, told Local10. “Our level of frustration is beyond what you can even imagine.”

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Victims of Synagogue Shooting Remembered in Pittsburgh Park

Nearly two weeks after a gunman shot to death 11 people inside a Pittsburgh synagogue, their lives were remembered with a moment of silence and rally for peace in a downtown park on Nov. 9.

Rabbis from all three congregations whose members were meeting in the Tree of Life synagogue building at the time of the Oct. 27 shooting were among a few hundred people who attended the event at Point State Park.

The event started with a moment of silence that included a reading of each victims names.

Actors Michael Keaton and Tom Hanks spoke at the vigil, showing their support for the victims’ families as well as the city of Pittsburgh.

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