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Former President Donald Trump held a rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin on Friday night, where he deemed himself “the most persecuted person” in United States history.

Yep, he did.

“We are standing up against some of the most menacing forces, entrenched interests, and vicious opponents our people have ever seen,” Trump told the crowd.

“A friend of mine recently said that I was the most persecuted person in the history of our country. When I thought about it, I actually felt that he may very well be right.”

Trump pointed to the Mueller investigation into his 2016 campaign’s potential ties to the Russian government. The former president called it the “Russia Russia Russia scam” that the media knew was “fake news.”

“This could only happen to me,” he said. “Who has been through anything like this? Seriously?”

He then listed some of his accomplishments as president and bashed the Jan. 6 committee investigating his role in the Capitol riot, calling it “the unselect committee” as is his wont.

“So where does this stop?” he went on. “Our biggest threat remains the sick, sinister, and evil people from within our country, the same people that we’re talking about. Never forget everything this corrupt establishment is doing to me is all about preserving their power and control over the American people – you. They want to damage me in any form so I can no longer represent the hardworking citizens of our country.”

Trump told rally-goers he’s fighting for them.

“If I renounce my beliefs, if I agreed to stay silent, if I stayed home or if I stayed in my basement like Joe Biden did, the persecution would stop immediately,” he said.

“That’s what they want me to do and it would all be very nice. I’d have a very nice life. But i can’t do that and I will not do that because I love our country and the people of our country. I love them so much. And I’m not doing this for me because I had a very good in luxurious life before entering the wonderful world of politics. I’m doing this for you and it’s my honor to do it.”

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — August is Black Business Month. All month long, we are celebrating local businesses that are making an impact in the community. Meet the twin brothers behind the growing Black and Mobile delivery service in Philadelphia.

“We support Black people, the Black business, the Black community, the dollar circulation,” David Cabello said. “All of that.”

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In today’s ever-growing food delivery industry, being mobile is important. But for twins David and Aaron Cabello being Black is essential. The 27-year-olds are behind the latest food delivery app Black and Mobile. They only deliver from Black-owned restaurants.

“We’re in five markets. We’re trying to get to about eight to 10 markets by the end of the year hopefully,” Aaron said.

“No, the end of next year,” David said. “Two more markets this year and next year.”

The brothers launched the service in 2019.

David worked in food delivery prior to founding Black and Mobile, but he says he began to notice a trend.

“The biggest thing was, how come I’m not picking up from any Black-owned restaurants? We rarely picked up from Black restaurants,” David said.

“If we don’t create the alternative option, they’re going to settle for what they got,” Aaron said.

Months after they launched, the pandemic hit. Lockdown orders forced people to stay home, which the twins say helped them grow. And then came the racial awakenings of 2020, including the police killing of Walter Wallace Jr. in West Philly.

Aaron and David say the social unrest that followed put a spotlight on their business in an unfortunate way.

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“When bad things happen, people want to support more and I hate it,” David said. “I hate the fact that Black men have to be murdered or something bad has to happen for people to support Black businesses. It’s not right.”

Today, they continue to link up with more Black-owned businesses. They recently teamed up with Stripp’d Juice.

“The relationship has been short thus far,” Khoran Horn said, “but I got to say, I dig them like a shovel, you know? I do.”

Horn opened the restaurant in Old City in 2015.

After doomed attempts with bigger delivery services, they’re now partnered with Black and Mobile.

“They seemed very restaurant friendly and more so, they seemed very Black-owned friendly,” Horn said.

So friendly, drivers say they’re working with them hand in hand.

“We’re right there with them,” driver Jameel Braxton said. “They’re also still in the field working with you as well.”

In the past three years, they say they’ve gotten some pushback from bigger food delivery services, which they see as a good thing.

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“The fact that we’re seeing that happen shows that we’re making an impact,” David said.

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