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    Kanye West’s ‘Presidential Campaign’ Is a Complete Mess. Right-wingers are clamoring to be part of Ye’s unofficial 2024 campaign, and it’s a shitshow, says Daily Beast reporter Zachary ...

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    The Daily Beast Type of site News Available inEnglish Headquarters United States OwnerThe Daily Beast Company LLC Created byTina Brown EditorTracy Connor URLthedailybeast.com CommercialYes Registrationoptional LaunchedOctober 6, 2008; 14 years ago Current statusActive The Daily Beast is an American news website focused on politics, media, and pop culture. It was founded in 2008. It has been characterized as a "high-end tabloid" by Noah Shachtman, the site's editor-in-chief from 2018 to 2021. In

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    The Daily Beast delivers award-winning original reporting and sharp opinion in the arena of politics, pop-culture and power. Always skeptical but never cynical, The Daily Beast reaches more than 1...

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    The Daily Beast. Rep. Joseph Harding, the Florida House Republican who introduced the notorious “Don't Say Gay” bill, was indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday on two counts of wire fraud, as well as another four charges of money laundering and making false statements.