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President Donald Trump once again poked the hornet’s nest of social media when he tweeted a video meant to criticize Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) over her dismissive comments about the horrific 9/11 terror attacks. “WE WILL NEVER FORGET!” tweeted the president on Friday with a video compiling Omar’s controversial comments with images from the 9/11
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Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said on Thursday that there was still a possibility that the Trump campaign was surveilled by the government in a legitimate fashion. “Clearly the foreign intelligence surveillance act was used against the Trump campaign,” said Graham to CNN’s Manu Raju. “That’s a form of surveillance,” he explained. “It is, surveillance is
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President Trump addressed the Republican Jewish Coalition on Saturday in an eventful speech during which he addressed topics like the Golan Heights, the Iran Deal, and the leadership of Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He also faced hecklers and took a shot at Rep. Ilhan Omar. The opening of Trump’s speech was almost immediately interrupted
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The law department of the city of Chicago said that they are planning to sue “Empire” star Jussie Smollett after he missed a deadline Thursday to pay a $130,000 bill for the costs the police department incurred while investigating his false attack claims. Rob Elgas of ABC -7 Chicago reported that the law department released
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President Donald Trump slammed Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) at his first rally since the Mueller investigation ended, and CNN panelists were upset at the new nickname the president branded him with. “Little pencil-neck Adam Schiff!” said the president to jeers and applause from the audience in Grand Rapids, Michigan. “He has got the smallest thinnest
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A surprising poll from CNN shows just how many Americans believe President Donald Trump is totally exonerated of accusations of colluding with the Russian government to influence the 2016 election. The poll conducted by SSRS shows that a majority of Americans believe the president has not been completely exonerated, while slightly less than a majority
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On Wednesday’s episode of “The White House Brief,” Jon Miller was fired up over the suddenly and inexplicably dropped charges against actor Jussie Smollett on Tuesday. “Jussie Smollett’s charges have been dropped for his ‘community service work.’ But anyone with more than two brain cells can figure out that a few hours of community service
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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) revealed on social media that Democrats are whispering about the possibility of impeaching President Donald Trump, but they will not support it publicly. “Unfortunately, many Members of Congress whisper the President should be impeached but have not supported my call for impeachment,” Waters tweeted on Thursday. “Only a few of us
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President Donald Trump has declared it’s high time the United States officially recognizes Israel’s authority over the long-disputed Golan Heights region, in a move Bloomberg called “a political gift to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.” What are the details? On Thursday, the president tweeted, “After 52 years it is time for the United States to fully
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Democratic members of Congress are warning President Donald Trump against the possibility that he might pardon his former campaign manager Paul Manafort, who was sentenced for numerous federal crimes. Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) said it would be a “gross abuse of power” that would precipitate “immediate action” by Congress, but he didn’t say what that
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Newly released transcripts from a controversial former FBI lawyer’s testimony before Congress show that the FBI was considering charging Hillary Clinton in 2016 when the Department of Justice shut down the possibility. Lisa Page was identified as the other side of a text message conversation with FBI agent Peter Strzok that derided then-candidate Donald Trump
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) defied House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on her surprising comments Monday that she was against talk of impeachment against President Donald Trump. “I happen to disagree with that take,” Ocasio-Cortez said to the Washington Examiner on Monday, “but you know, she’s the speaker. … I think we’ll see.” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted in
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Stormy Daniels is declaring victory even as her lawsuit was dismissed against President Donald Trump over payment she received to cover up an extramarital affair she had with him ahead of the 2016 election. “Correction: Judge tosses out NDA!” she tweeted, referring to the non-disclosure agreement she had signed with a shell company set up
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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) unleashed a tirade Monday evening against President Donald Trump from her Twitter account and advocated for impeachment despite Democratic leadership cautioning for patience on the matter. “Lying Trump came away from fake summit with terrorist & killer Kim Jong-un w/ nothing because Kim never intended to offer anything,” she chided. “Don
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Rep. Jerrold Nader (D-N.Y.) appeared to stun CNN’s Erin Burnett with his response to her question about whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice, a central claim of the president’s critics. Nadler, who is the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, admitted that there as not yet enough evidence to positively conclude that the president obstructed
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Twenty-one states and the District of Columbia have vowed to block the Trump administration’s new rule issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, which would place major restrictions against abortion providers receiving federal funding. A multistate suit is expected to be filed on Tuesday in Oregon, and the state of California filed its
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A new poll shows just what percentage of registered voters thought the testimony of Michael Cohen against President Donald Trump before Congress was credible. It’s not a lot. The HarrisX/TheHill poll found that only 37 percent of registered voters surveyed said that they found the former lawyer and confidante of the president to be credible.
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Democrats pounced on a tweet from Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) that they said amounted to witness tampering against Michael Cohen on the eve of his public testimony before Congress against the president. Cohen, who was formerly the lawyer for President Donald Trump and his longtime friend, testified behind closed doors at Congress on Tuesday and
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