Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., warned Thursday that President Donald Trump can be re-elected next year. “If anyone thinks Trump can’t be re-elected, they better get another thing coming,” Reid, 79, who left office in 2017, said at a panel discussion at University of Nevada-Las Vegas, The Nevada Independent reports. “He can be
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On Wednesday’s episode of “Pat Gray Unleashed,” Pat discussed a possible mass killing averted by police Sept. 3 in Fort Worth, Texas. In this clip, Pat reported that police responded quickly to reports that a mentally disturbed and possibly dangerous man was considering harming others. Watch the full episode here. KXAS-TV reported that a 27-year-old
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Sen. Ted Cruz is already looking ahead to the 2024 presidential race and he says he hopes to run for president again.  “Look, I hope to run again,” the Texas Republican told The Christian Science Monitor after a breakfast session with reporters this week. “We came very, very close in 2016, and it’s the most
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Poquoson High School in Poquoson, Virginia, will not have a football game Friday night after videos of its players reportedly shouting racial epithets went viral. What are the details? Poquoson High School administrators announced the team will forfeit its game Friday against York High School, according to WAVY-TV. The videos, which made their way to
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) angrily shut down a media briefing over questions from reporters about what exactly the Democrats were doing about the impeachment process. The agitated Democratic leader was frustrated that reporters were requesting clarity about the conflicting statements Democrats had made. “Do you concede now that the impeachment inquiry for Mr. Trump
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Struggling Democratic presidential candidate and former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke is getting desperate in his quest to appeal to the far-left base, even declaring on his campaign website Thursday night: “The president of the United States of America is a white supremacist.” What are the details? O’Rourke is seeking to breathe life into his campaign
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Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., says President Donald Trump’s trade strategy reminds him of the Wizard of Oz. “We’ve got a guy in the White House who’s been erratic on trade policy,” Harris said Thursday night during the third Democratic presidential debate about the president’s China trade policies. “He conducts trade policy by tweet, frankly borne out
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Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Thursday night rebuffed a challenge that his democratic socialism is comparable to the regime of “tyrant” Nicolas Maduro, the president of Venezuela. Questioned by Univision journalist Jorge Ramos about how his brand of democratic socialism compares to “the ones being imposed in Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua,” Sanders rejected the framing.
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Former Obama HUD chief Julian Castro blasted Democratic front-runner Joe Biden during Thursday’s debate, suggesting the former Vice President was unable to remember something he had said “two minutes ago.” Debate analysts on the FiveThirtyEight site questioned the wisdom of Castro going after Biden so aggressively, because negative attacks can come off as harsh and
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Presidential candidate Andrew Yang promised to do what no other candidate has ever done at the third Democratic debate, and he revealed his legally-suspect strategy in his opening statement. The entrepreneur announced that he would give $1,000 a month to ten randomly selected families that signed up at his website. Yang’s campaign got a lot
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has become extremely savvy at keeping his job in a Trump administration that has seen an unprecedented amount of turnover and turmoil. That much was highlighted earlier this week when Trump fired John Bolton earlier as national security adviser – his third NSA in just two-and-a-half years. Pompeo has outlasted
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Students at Tylertown High School in Tylertown, Mississippi, staged a massive walk-out on Wednesday, after their longtime prayer group was notified that it would no longer be allowed to meet during instruction hours. District officials say the new rule applies to all extra-curricular activities and the club — called First Priority — is not being
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Chief Justice John Roberts reportedly switched positions during the Supreme Court’s closely-held deliberations over the government’s bid to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census form. The chief justice originally cast his vote with the Trump administration, but defected to the other side as the internal process progressed, unnamed sources told CNN. Precisely
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SAN DIEGO—Customs and Border Protection Acting Commissioner Mark A. Morgan highlighted successes along the southwest border on Monday.  San Diego Sector  (SDC) Chief Patrol Agent Douglas Harrison was pleased to announce local statistics on Thursday.   CBP Commissioner Morgan attributed successes to some of the Administration’s policies that included the agreement signed by U.S. and
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Former Rep. Beto O’Rourke of Texas is pushing financial institutions into refusing service to Americans who are seeking to purchase semi-automatic rifles, among other forms of artillery. O’Rourke is planning on using the Democratic debate in Houston to drum up pressure on credit card companies, ABC reporter Jeffrey Cook noted in a tweet Thursday.
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Topics in this post: Benjamin Netanyahu Facebook Facebook suspended a feature on Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s account Thursday after someone managing the profile posted comments suggesting Arabs plan to destroy all Jewish people. The move, which Facebook says will last for 24 hours, comes after chatbot messages were sent from Netanyahu’s page stating
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Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, said Thursday that Democrats are trying to change the rules governing impeachment just “to get [President Donald] Trump.” The congressman took issue with House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., who led Democrats on the panel in moving forward by defining rules for future impeachment hearings. “The resolution before us represents
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If there’s one thing the left most decidedly is not, it’s funny. But they sure seem to know what fits the definition of funny these days — and they definitely don’t mind telling us what we’re allowed to laugh about, and what we’d better not chuckle at. In fact, for some comedic utterances, they’d be
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The government could start issuing 50-year bonds as early as next year as a way to help the government finance its growing debt load in a longer-term, less-expensive way, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday. “This is something I have talked about over the last two years,” Mnuchin told CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “We’re looking at
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Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson was caught being rather candid during a hot mic conversation, saying that liberals are way more hostile toward her than conservatives have ever been. Williamson made the remarks in question two weeks ago when she first appeared on BlazeTV’s “America This Week with Eric Bolling.” According to Williamson, she only
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The Trump re-election campaign plans to fly a banner in the skies above the next Democratic debate in order to troll the presidential hopefuls wanting to toss the president out of the Oval Office. “Socialism will kill Houston’s economy!” will be emblazoned on the banner. The third debate between Democratic candidates will be hosted by
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   On September 11, 2001, America and the world were forever changed. Does anyone falsely believe it was for the better? After all the political ‘yelling, chest-slaps, and faux efforts,’ America has quickly gone down-hill by allowing this sort of religious hatred permeate Congress, the Democrat Party, societies, schools, colleges, media, and other targeted
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One of former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s chief rivals, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is under consideration to serve dual roles for President Donald Trump, according to a CNN report. “I have five people that want it very much,” President Trump said Wednesday. “Five people that I consider very highly qualified, good people.” Pompeo reportedly
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President Donald Trump’s former fixer, now political adversary Michael Cohen has been interviewed amid an investigation into hush money payments during the 2016 presidential campaign, according to a CNN exclusive. Cohen, serving his three-year prison sentence for campaign finance violations in Otisville, New York, was interviewed from jail by the New York district attorney prosecutors,
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