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The Lincoln Project is facing intense backlash and potentially major legal trouble after the embattled anti-Trump group tweeted screenshots of private direct messages belonging to one of its co-founders – but Twitter doesn’t seem to mind. (Source: www.foxnews.com Jennifer Horn, who left the Lincoln Project last week amid the John Weaver scandal, has had a public spat with the anti-Trump group ever since her departure. But the Lincoln Project escalated tensions on Thursday night with tweets that appeared to be an exchange she had with 19th News correspondent Amanda Becker. (Source:www.foxnews.com))

NEW REPORT ALLEGES LINCOLN PROJECT FOUNDERS WERE 'WARNED' ABOUT JOHN WEAVER'S PREDATORY BEHAVIOR (Source: www.foxnews.com Lincoln Project co-founders Steve Schmidt, Rick Wilson, George Conway and John Weaver. (Source:www.foxnews.com))

"Earlier this evening, we became aware that @AmandaBecker of @19thnews was preparing to publish a smear job on the Lincoln Project with the help of @NHJennifer," the Lincoln Project began a lengthy thread. "You hear a lot of talk about hit-jobs in journalism, but rarely do you get to see their origin story. Enjoy." (Source: www.foxnews.com LINCOLN PROJECT RIPS CO-FOUNDER JENNIFER HORN AFTER SHE ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION AMID JOHN WEAVER SCANDAL (Source:www.foxnews.com))

Horn herself later reacted to the controversy, alerting Twitter that the Lincoln Project did not have permission to publish her private messages. "Hey @Twitter @jack @TwitterSupport I did not give consent," Horn wrote. (Source: www.foxnews.com)

The Lincoln Project did not respond to Fox News' multiple inquiries, including why it chose to delete the Twitter thread and its responses to Horn and Conway's reactions. (Source: www.foxnews.com It is unclear how the Lincoln Project obtained screenshots of Horn's private messages or how, if it did, the group gained access to Horn's Twitter account. The messages were eventually deleted. (Source:www.foxnews.com))

The Lincoln Project did not respond to Fox News' multiple inquiries, including why it chose to delete the Twitter thread and its responses to Horn and Conway's reactions. (Source: www.foxnews.com)

The Lincoln Project did not respond to Fox News' multiple inquiries, including why it chose to delete the Twitter thread and its responses to Horn and Conway's reactions. (Source: www.foxnews.com)

www.foxnews.com www.foxnews.com))Lincoln Project co-founder John Weaver appears to have deleted his Twitter account amid ongoing controversy following sexual misconduct allegations against the longtime GOP strLINCOLN PROJECT INSIDERS SHED LIGHT ON 'TOXIC' WORK ENVIRONMENT, ALLEGED SHADY FINANCIAL DEALS: REPORT (Source:ategist. (Source:

Weaver will face off against CNN editor-at-large Chris Cillizza. His former colleague, Lincoln Project co-founder Steve Schmidt, was previously defeated. (Source: www.foxnews.com LINCOLN PROJECT INSIDERS SHED LIGHT ON 'TOXIC' WORK ENVIRONMENT, ALLEGED SHADY FINANCIAL DEALS: REPORT (Source:www.foxnews.com wRecent reporting has scrutinized The Lincoln Project with accusations that the Weaver claims were known by leadership as early as January 2020, just one month after the group's launch. Those reports contradict public statements made by members who alleged they had only recently found out about Weaver's behavior. (Source:ww.foxnews.com)))

The Lincoln Project raised $1 million after the president's tweets, a member of its advisory committee told CNBC. (Source: www.businessinsider.com A conservative-led anti-Trump group, the Lincoln Project, had its biggest fundraising haul yet after President Donald Trump unloaded on the organization via Twitter. (Source:www.businessinsider.com wThe Lincoln Project, a conservative-led anti-Trump group, had its biggest day of fundraising yet after President Donald Trump attacked the organization on Twitter. (Source:ww.businessinsider.com)))

The Lincoln Project, a conservative-led anti-Trump group, had its biggest day of fundraising yet after President Donald Trump attacked the organization on Twitter. (Source: www.businessinsider.com The group raised $1 million after Trump's tweets, Reed Galen, a member of the Lincoln Project's advisory committee, told CNBC. (Source:www.businessinsider.com www.businessinsider.com)))Among the Lincoln Project's advisers is George Conway, a conservative lawyer who's the husband of Kellyanne Conway, one of Trump's top advisers. Trump singled out Conway in his tweets, which were primarily a response to the group's new ad excoriating the president's coronavirus response: "Mourning in America." (Source:

www.businessinsider.com)"Their so-called Lincoln Project is a disgrace to Honest Abe. I don't know what Kellyanne did to her deranged loser of a husband, Moonface, but it must have been really bad," the president added. "They're all LOSERS, but Abe Lincoln, Republican, is all smiles!" (Source:

www.businessinsider.com)In attacking the Lincoln Project via his Twitter account, which has nearly 80 million followers, it appears the president may have elevated the group's profile. And the Lincoln Project now has more funds to produce anti-Trump ads. (Source:

The Lincoln Project is an American political action committee (PAC) formed in late 2019 by former and incumbent Republicans. During the 2020 presidential election, it aimed to prevent the re-election of Donald Trump and defeat all Republicans in close races running for re-election in the United States Senate. (Source: en.wikipedia.org The members of Lincoln Project's advisory board—Conway, Schmidt, Weaver, Wilson, and Reed Galen—published another op-ed in The Washington Post on April 15, 2020, endorsing the presidential candidacy of former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, writing: "We've never backed a Democrat for president. But Trump must be defeated." (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

In October 2020, Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner, through lawyer Marc Kasowitz (who had previously represented Donald Trump) threatened to sue the group for its Times Square billboard display mocking the couple for the Trump administration's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Lincoln Project said the billboard would remain, releasing a statement saying: "While we truly enjoy living rent-free in their heads, their empty threats will not be taken any more seriously than we take Ivanka and Jared. It is unsurprising that an administration that has never had any regard or understanding of our constitution would try to trample on our first amendment rights." (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

The Lincoln Project prepared to sue Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani for defamation after he claimed in a broadcast interview with Steve Bannon that the organization had planned the January 6 storming of the Capitol. Giuliani said he relied on an anonymous source and offered no evidence for his allegations. The Lincoln Project sent him a three-page letter on January 29, 2021 that read in part, "You committed a textbook act of defamation. You publicly accused The Lincoln Project of an infamous and criminal act that it had nothing to do with, as you very well know." They demanded an apology by February 3. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

en.wikipedia.org)In October 2021, a group of five people organized by the Lincoln Project, carrying tiki-torches and dressed like the white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017, appeared in front of the campaign bus of Glenn Youngkin, the Republican nominee for governor of Virginia in the 2021 election. (Source:

en.wikipedia.org)The Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin called the project's ads "devastating for several reasons: They are produced with lightning speed, and thereby catch the public debate at just the right moment; they hammer Trump where he is personally most vulnerable (e.g., concerns about his vigor, concerns about foreign corruption); and they rely to a large extent on Trump himself—his words and actions." (Source:

As of June 2020, about two-thirds of the group's television advertisements were focusing on the 2020 presidential election, but the Lincoln Project also created ads backing Democrats in other races, such as an ad in Montana promoting Governor Steve Bullock's Senate candidacy against incumbent Republican Steve Daines. (Source: en.wikipedia.org On June 1, 2020, the Lincoln Project released another ad, Flag of Treason, that blasted Trump's record on race relations in the U.S., highlighted the use of the Confederate battle flag by Trump supporters at Trump rallies, and emphasized the support Trump has received from white nationalists. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

en.wikipedia.org)On June 28 and June 30, 2020, the Lincoln Project released two ads, respectively entitled Bounty and Betrayed, attacking Trump for failing to respond to reports of an alleged Russian bounty program targeting U.S. troops in Afghanistan. (Source:

On July 2, 2020, the Lincoln Project released Fellow Traveler, an ad saying in Russian with English subtitles that "Comrade Trump" had been "chosen" by Vladimir Putin and had "accepted the help of Mother Russia." The ad featured communist imagery such as the hammer and sickle, as well as photographs of Bolshevik revolutionary Vladimir Lenin and Soviet leaders from Joseph Stalin to Mikhail Gorbachev (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

 

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