At Florida's Retirement Xanadu, GOP Firebrands Lead Their Own Trump Rally : The NPR Politics Podcast House Republican bomb throwers Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz threw a rally at The Villages retirement community in Florida this weekend. It showcased how the Republican Party's base has dropped its ideological core to define itself by loyalty to Trump, even after his defeat.

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At Florida's Retirement Xanadu, GOP Firebrands Lead Their Own Trump Rally

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At Florida's Retirement Xanadu, GOP Firebrands Lead Their Own Trump Rally

At Florida's Retirement Xanadu, GOP Firebrands Lead Their Own Trump Rally

At Florida's Retirement Xanadu, GOP Firebrands Lead Their Own Trump Rally

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House Republican bomb throwers Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz threw a rally at The Villages retirement community in Florida this weekend. It showcased how the Republican Party's base has dropped its ideological core to define itself by loyalty to Trump, even after his defeat.

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