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Gaetz posted a photo standing behind Trump at his felony case's courtroom, echoing Trump's "stand back and stand by" comment.

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Matt Gaetz evokes ‘standing by’ language adopted by Proud Boys as he attends court with Donald Trump

U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., evoked language adopted by the far-right Proud Boys extremist group as he appeared at court Thursday, May 16, to support Donald Trump at his hush money trial. This reflected the undercurrent of activist elements present among the presumptive GOP nominee’s supporters as he seeks a return to the White House.

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