May 4, 2018

In the News

IN THE NEWS

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Palestinians: Negotiate or ‘shut up and stop complaining’

By admin | Apr 30, 2018

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman reportedly has a message for Palestinian leadership: “agree to come to the negotiations table or shut up and stop complaining.” Source: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Palestinians: Negotiate or ‘shut up and stop complaining’

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Clapper hit for dossier leak dodge in House GOP Russia report

By admin | Apr 30, 2018

Former intelligence chief James Clapper is facing scrutiny for allegedly providing “inconsistent testimony” to the House Intelligence Committee regarding his discussions with the media about the anti-Trump dossier. Source: Clapper hit for dossier leak dodge in House GOP Russia report

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Bush-appointed federal judge rules Trump’s DACA rescission was ‘unlawful and must be set aside’

By admin | Apr 25, 2018

A George W. Bush-appointed federal judge on Tuesday ruled that President Trump’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, was unlawful and must be set aside. Source: Bush-appointed federal judge rules Trump’s DACA rescission was ‘unlawful and must be set aside’

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Reparations, income handouts, guaranteed jobs: Dems tilt hard left with new pet projects

By admin | Apr 25, 2018

Free tuition, minimum wage hikes and Medicare for all are so 2016. Source: Reparations, income handouts, guaranteed jobs: Dems tilt hard left with new pet projects

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Democratic Party files suit alleging conspiracy by Trump campaign, Russia, WikiLeaks to sway 2016 election

By admin | Apr 23, 2018

The Democratic Party on Friday filed a multimillion-dollar federal lawsuit against Trump campaign officials, the Russian government and WikiLeaks alleging a widespread conspiracy to tilt the 2016 election in Donald Trump’s favor. Source: Democratic Party files suit alleging conspiracy by Trump campaign, Russia, WikiLeaks to sway 2016 election

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Trump says he has ‘instructed’ DHS Secretary Nielsen not to let caravans into US: ‘It is a disgrace’

By admin | Apr 23, 2018

President Trump said Monday he has “instructed” Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen not to allow “large caravans of people” into the U.S. as a group of Central American migrants starts to reach the border, calling the situation a “disgrace.” Source: Trump says he has ‘instructed’ DHS Secretary Nielsen not to let caravans into US: ‘It Read more about Trump says he has ‘instructed’ DHS Secretary Nielsen not to let caravans into US: ‘It is a disgrace’[…]

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Michael Cohen raid rattles Trump allies: Did feds seize president’s communications?

By admin | Apr 23, 2018

While Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has told President Trump he is not the target of the investigation into Michael Cohen, the stunning FBI raid on Trump’s personal attorney has spurred mounting speculation about what presidential communications, if any, the feds might have picked up. Source: Michael Cohen raid rattles Trump allies: Did feds seize Read more about Michael Cohen raid rattles Trump allies: Did feds seize president’s communications?[…]

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Michael Cohen case: What comes next

By admin | Apr 17, 2018

The high-profile Monday court hearing tied to the FBI raid on President Trump’s personal attorney sets up what could be a drawn-out battle over access to the seized materials. Source: Michael Cohen case: What comes next

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Legislation to protect Mueller ‘not necessary,’ McConnell says

By admin | Apr 17, 2018

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., told Fox News Tuesday that legislation designed to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being dismissed by President Trump was not necessary and would not be brought to the Senate floor. Source: Legislation to protect Mueller ‘not necessary,’ McConnell says

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