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ICE Leaks Immigrant Data

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in a breach of security released the personal information of more than 6,252 immigrants who entered the U.S. after fleeing their countries because of prosecution. The countries they migrated from include Iran, Russia, and China. The information which was made available on the ICE website on Monday included birthdays, names, case numbers, nationalities, and ...

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Ocasio-Cortez Under Fire Over Recent Vote

The House passed new legislation on Wednesday that would block a potential rail strike. President Joe Biden had previously warned that such a strike could lead to a “crippling” national shutdown. The resolution passed with 211 Democratic votes and 79 Republican votes in favor. There were eight Democrats who voted against the resolution aligning with the 129 Republicans who did ...

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Trump Challengers In Tough Situation

Those Republicans who have been considering placing a presidential bid in 2024 will need to be careful in the way they approach any criticism directed towards former President Trump, his actions, or rhetoric. This is because any direct attack on Trump could potentially lead to his supporters being alienated. The latest example of this has been regarding the Republicans’ quick ...

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Biden Calls Himself The What?

On Wednesday President Biden stated that there has never been a President or administration who has done as much as Biden has done. These remarks were widely taken by viewers as Biden declaring himself the greatest president in America’s history. Biden’s remarks came during the White House Tribal Nations Summit, which featured announcements and new policies that would help Tribal ...

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Republicans Evacuate Blue States

A new Trafalgar/COSA national survey shows that many Republicans and independents have been moving to different states whose policies align with their beliefs. Mark Meckler, President of the Convention of States Action, noted that since the CIVD-19 outbreak there has been a large number of citizens who have left from blue states and moved to different areas. This is further ...

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Trump And DeSantis Neck And Neck In One State

Republican voters in Georgia are divided on who they believe would be the best GOP nominee in the 2024 presidential race. Currently, most voters are split between former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Fox News Digital surveyed Republican supporters of Republican Senate nominee Herschel Walker at different rallies across the state asking them who they thought would ...

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Trump Takes Serious Step After Controversial Dinner

Former President Trump’s campaign is set to increase its vetting protocols after Trump’s dinner with white nationalist Nick Fuentes led to a lot of criticism and public outrage. According to one of the sources of the Associated Presses report, a senior campaign official will now be with Trump at all times. Fuentes attended a dinner hosted by Trump in his ...

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McConnell Gives Democrats What They Need?

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has said that there is “widespread agreement” that an omnibus spending package will need to be passed before Congress expires next year. However, GOP leaders have warned that there will be “significant hurdles” before they are able to agree on a deal. This essentially means that to avoid a government shutdown discussions may need ...

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Trump Says GOP Candidate Was Robbed

Donald Trump is continuing with his unsubstantiated claims that the voting operations in Arizona were somehow rigged, which is what led to Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake losing the election. Following Lake’s loss in the midterm elections two weeks ago, Trump has started saying how this election cycle was “almost as bad” as the 2020 presidential election. Trump lost in ...

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Democrat Doubles Down On Leadership Role

Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Leader Steny Hoyer are set to step down from their position at the end of Congress next year. However, South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn told CBS’s “Face The Nation” that he has no intention to leave his leadership position in the party, and that he was going to work to ensure that southern representation in ...

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