WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump, who is visiting his 72-year-old brother in New York, was vague Friday about accusations that he is using conspiracy theories and misinformation as part of his re-election campaign.
On Friday, Trump ignored questions about whether or not he supports QAnon, a pro-Trump conspiracy theory and game-like “leaks” that started on anonymous 4chan and 8chan websites. The followers of QAnon believe Trump is fighting evil.
The question stemmed from Trump’s support of Marjorie Taylor Greene, a supporter of QAnon conspiracies who is running to represent Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.
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On Thursday, Trump fueled a conspiracy theory about whether or not Kamala Harris, 55, who was born in California, is eligible to be vice president because her mother was born in India and her father was born in Jamaica.
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