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Former President Donald Trump promoted several posts on his social media platform early Friday about the QAnon conspiracy theory.

One post highlighted on his Truth Social account, which has more than 4 million followers, is a video clip that begins with an image showing a giant “Q” over his face and text that reads: “Information Warfare. It’s time to wake up.” The video features a compilation of meme-like images of Trump with graphics.

It’s yet another example of the former president’s overt promotion of QAnon — a movement that embraces the conspiracy theory that Trump is secretly fighting against evil forces connected to the Democratic Party.

“I won. They know it, I know it, you know it,” one post says with a photo of Trump pointing at the camera, falsely suggesting that he won the 2020 presidential election.

In one slide, it says that under a Trump presidency, “America comes first” and “not illegals” and “not refugees” and “not foreign workers.”

Another image says that the “real insurrection” is “how the Democrats cheated in 2020” and adds, “Never Forget.”

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