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Trump: Hillary Clinton was “Guilty” of Mishandling Classified Material

In an interview with Fox Business’s Maria Bartiromo this week, President Donald Trump had some biting criticism for FBI Director James Comey and his 2016 rival, Hillary Clinton. “Director Comey was very, very good to Hillary Clinton, that I can tell you,” Trump said. “If he weren’t, she would right now be going to trial.” Trump recalled Comey’s press conference ...

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North Korea Threatens to Nuke the U.S. at the Slightest Provocation

Threats towards the United States from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un are hardly uncommon, but the bizarre Pyongyang regime is stepping up their war rhetoric in the wake of President Trump’s Syria strikes. Noting the escalating training exercises the U.S. is conducting across the border to the south of their country, North Korean state media warned Tuesday that they ...

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33 States Pursuing Laws To Stop Sanctuary Cities

Republicans in more than half the states in the country have proposed bills that would prevent, to some degree or another, cities from implementing sanctuary policies for illegal immigrants. Lawmakers in Mississippi, Florida, Texas have made significant headway in the war on sanctuary cities, but that’s only the tip of the iceberg. In total, 33 states have introduced measures that ...

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McMaster: Trump Could Take More Action in Syria

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said Sunday that while President Trump was hoping to find a diplomatic solution to the civil war in Syria, he was open to taking more military action against the Assad regime if necessary. McMaster told the hosts on “Fox News Sunday” that it was incumbent on the U.S. to do everything in its power to ...

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Breaking: Russia Says They Will Help Assad Rebuild

President Trump authorized a calculated U.S. airstrike against Syria’s Assad regime on Thursday, a strike that reportedly crippled the very airbase from which the dictator launched a brutal chemical weapons attack earlier in the week. But while leaders from all over the world praised Trump’s decisiveness, Russian officials criticized the action and promised to help Assad rebuild his air force ...

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Trump: Susan Rice Possibly Guilty of a Crime

In an interview with The New York Times on Wednesday, President Trump said that it was likely that former national security adviser Susan Rice broke the law by unmasking the names of his associates caught on incidental surveillance reports. Trump also said that Rice was probably involved in a larger effort to destroy his incoming presidency. “I think it’s going ...

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President Trump Leaves a Pathway to Citizenship Open

Illegal immigrants are not sure what to expect from the Trump administration, but it’s a safe bet that the president won’t be issuing any new DACA-like orders anytime soon. Instead, he has ordered the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency to step up deportations, he’s leaning on sanctuary cities to bring them into legal compliance, and he’s ridding the country of ...

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Report: High-Level Intelligence Official Unmasked Trump Names

The story behind the Obama administration’s surveillance of Trump Tower, the subsequent “unmasking” of Trump associates picked up by said surveillance, and the peculiar saga of House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes got a little stranger on Friday. First, the New York Times named two White House officials whom they say met with Nunes and gave him the information – information ...

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Seattle Sues to Protect Their Illegal Immigrants From Trump

Seattle officials announced Wednesday that they were suing the Trump administration for its efforts to strip sanctuary cities of their federal funding. City Mayor Ed Murray said that the executive order directing the Justice Department to withhold funds was an unconstitutional breach of federal authority. Murray said in a press conference that Trump was constitutionally forbidden from using the federal ...

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Either Way, the Biggest Scandal in Political History

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes dropped a bombshell on Wednesday, telling reporters that he had new information that Donald Trump’s associates were, indeed, under surveillance during the presidential transition period. Nunes said that this collected surveillance was “incidental” – meaning that intelligence agencies were conducting lawful surveillance of foreign targets and only accidentally picked up Trump’s associates. But nonetheless, ...

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