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by Andrew Kerr The Democratic National Committee raised $5.2 million in December, bringing its total 2017 fundraising haul to $66 million, according to paperwork filed Wednesday evening to the Federal Election Commission. The total is about half of the Republican National Committee’s estimated 2017 fundraising total of $132.5 million. In addition to being outraised by nearly a factor
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At the beginning of his campaign, Trump accused the Democrats of tapping his phones and spying on him. The media called him paranoid and laughed it off. Now it is apparently true. A classified memo put together by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee that accuses the Justice Department of abuse will reportedly expose surveillance on
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Posted by: Rich Mitchell in Featured Politics, Politics October 20, 2017 President Donald Trump will receive his daily intelligence briefing then meet with the Secretary-General of the United Nations. The president’s afternoon is notably empty which usually indicates that we’re either in for a surprise announcement, conference or another event so check back often. President Trump’s
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President Donald Trump signed two Senate bills and one House resolution into law Wednesday afternoon. S. 178, the Elder Abuse Prevention and Prosecution Act, which establishes certain requirements for the Department of Justice with respect to investigating and prosecuting elder abuse crimes; and amends Federal criminal law to expand telemarketing fraud to include email marketing
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Washington, D.C. – Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell (R-KY) announced Tuesday that Republicans wouldn’t be voting on the new health care bill until after the 4th of July recess. What does this mean? McConnell hasn’t garnished enough support with fellow Senate Republicans to ensure the successful passage of the bill. President Trump has been trying his best
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President Donald Trump is expected to introduce immigration reform during his address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night. As an olive branch to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Senator John McCain (R-AZ), the president will introduce a “pathway to legal status” according to senior administration officials. No details have been
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Joe is a no-nonsense, conservative realist. He is not interested in “what if?” or “we could have!” He is interested in hearing both sides and has no problem taking on taboo issues with real questions looking for real answers. Racism, religion, and politics are all open season for topics, and he’s happy to offer up
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