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In his recently released memoir, former FBI Director James Comey was highly critical of Rudy Giuliani, describing the former United States Attorney and NYC mayor as publicity hungry and lacking humility, while accusing Giuliani of using criminal cases as a public attorney to further his own political ambitions. In his book, Comey likened Giuliani, now
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Actress Roseanne Bar smacked down comedienne Michelle Wolf, teaching her the three rules of comedy after Wolf’s disastrous display of vile jokes at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner. Wolf’s traditional comedic “roast” attracted criticism from all sides of the political spectrum after she made several crude jokes ridiculing women working in President Donald Trump’s White House, including
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President Donald Trump indicated he believed North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was sincere about pushing for peace and announcing his interest in denuclearizing the Korean peninsula. “No. I don’t think he’s playing,” Trump said, praising the progress made in the North and South Korea peace process so far. The president commented on the process after
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United States President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump welcomed French President Emmanuel Macron and French First Lady Brigitte Macron with a grand military demonstration on the White House south lawn that featured the firing of cannons and playing of each country’s national anthem. The U.S. first couple welcomed the French first couple in
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The stars of President Trump’s administration and some of his famous friends arrived at the United States-France state dinner thrown by First Lady Melania Trump, who coordinated the event. Among the headline of arrivals — besides Mrs. Trump, President Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron and Mrs. Brigitte Macron, of course, — were first daughter and
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AP/Cliff Owen by Aaron Klein20 Apr 20180 20 Apr, 201820 Apr, 2018 On four separate occasions, ex-FBI Director James Comey vouched to President Trump for the alleged integrity and professionalism of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, according to Comey’s newly-released personal memos. On Thursday, the Justice Department inspector general (IG) referred McCabe to Washington’s
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Mikhail Klimentyev, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP by Aaron Klein14 Apr 20180 14 Apr, 201814 Apr, 2018 TEL AVIV — Russian military forces “enable” the Bashar Assad regime in Syria to maintain air superiority, providing Assad with the “total military freedom of action” necessary to carry out offensives against urban areas, according to an intelligence
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The White House issued a detailed list of the use of chemical weapons in Syria, blaming Bashar al-Assad’s regime for using them against his own people. “The United States assesses with confidence that the Syrian regime used chemical weapons in the eastern Damascus suburb of Duma on April 7, 2018, killing dozens of men, women,
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NEW YORK — The reported deaths of four Iranian “military advisers” killed in an airstrike in Syria spotlight Tehran’s meddling in Syria in a clear attempt to extend its fundamentalist tentacles to Israel’s north and exert hegemony across the region. The strikes targeting the T-4 airbase outside Palmyra in central Syria have been widely attributed
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Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton believes her experience in politics serves as a model for women around the world. “I have often thought that I am a kind of a Rorschach test for people who are trying to make sense, not just of me personally, but of women’s roles and women’s expanded opportunities, in not
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NEW YORK — John McCain’s involvement in handing the largely discredited, Democrat-funded dossier directly to then-FBI Director James Comey helped to turn the anti-Trump document into a more urgent matter, according to a recently released book. It has not been clear why McCain delivered the dossier to Comey in December 2016. By then, the FBI
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House Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), who is running for the U.S. Senate seat in Tennesse in 2018, called for the passage of the Browser Act in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News. Blackburn claims the bill would give Internet users more control over their digital privacy. Congresswoman Blackburn introduced the Browser
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Kevork Djansezian / Getty by Sean Moran26 Mar 20180 26 Mar, 201826 Mar, 2018 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) tentatively concluded that the agency will roll back future vehicle emissions standards set by the Obama administration. The Wall Street Journal reported that the EPA drafted a “final determination” that outlines arguments requiring automakers to reduce emissions standards
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J. Scott Applewhite/AP by Sean Moran21 Mar 20180 21 Mar, 201821 Mar, 2018 The House Freedom Caucus officially came out against the $1.3 trillion, 2,232-page, omnibus spending bill on Wednesday night, calling it an “insult to American taxpayers.” The entire Freedom Caucus opposes the omnibus spending bill. The House will vote on the legislation within
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Drew Angerer/Getty Images by Sean Moran21 Mar 20180 21 Mar, 201821 Mar, 2018 Lawmakers released the $1.3 trillion, 2,232-page omnibus spending bill on Wednesday night, which Congress has to pass by midnight Friday to avert a government shutdown. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said on Wednesday night, “Every bill takes compromise, and there was plenty here, but
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