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Rex Tillerson Just STUNNED Everyone With His Latest Move To Fix What Obama Broke

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is reforming the State Department, after he agreed with Trump that the Department’s budget needed to be cut by a third. There’s just been SO MUCH WASTED in our government for far too long. And Trump, along with Tillerson, are going to change that. Tillerson …

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Breaking: Trump Makes Massive Decision About Illegals Already in US

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When it was announced that President Donald Trump’s administration would be rescinding former President Barack Obama’s executive order on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in six months, Trump placed the onus to remedy the situation squarely on Congress. Thus, it was no surprise that Trump sat down for dinner and …

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Trump Sets The Record Straight On Border Wall And Amnesty For Illegals

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President Trump visited areas in Florida hurt by Hurricane Irma today and spoke out on building a wall at our southern border. People on both sides of the aisle went nuts over news reports of no wall and a deal on DACA. President Trump: “Ultimately, we have to have the …

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CNN Celebrity Chef Anthony Bourdain Says He Would Poison POTUS Trump

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In a video confirming Anthony Bourdain suffers from ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome,’ the CNN celebrity chef told TMZ last Friday that he would poison the President if asked to cater a White House meal.    CNN celebrity chef Anthony @Bourdain says he would poison President Trump if asked to cater White …

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People Will Face Felony Charges For Leaving Their Pets During Hurricane Irma

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Majority of people started panicking when Hurricane Irma approached Florida as a Category Four, so they gathered enough supplies to last them after the massive weather event had past. But some of them, for unknown reason, left their pets behind as they escaped for their own safety. Before Irma hit, …

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Gowdy: ‘I’ve Seen With My Own Eyes’ Comey Decided On Clinton Exoneration Before Interviewing Her

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Rep. Trey Gowdy (R., S.C.) slammed former FBI director James Comey on Thursday for “making up his mind” not to charge Hillary Clinton before the investigation into her handling of classified information was complete. Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) and Judiciary subcommittee chairman Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) sent a letter to current …

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Clinton Lectures Trump on Twitter About How to ‘Solve Problems’

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Two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton attempted to jab President Donald Trump on Twitter Thursday in response to his criticism of her new book. Trump mocked Clinton’s tell-all memoir, What Happened, late Wednesday night by criticizing her on Twitter for blaming “everybody and everything” for her loss in the 2016 presidential election. “Crooked Hillary …

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Antifa activists say violence is necessary

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Anti-fascist activists, or “antifa,” increasingly mobilized in the wake of President Trump’s election, are unapologetic about what they describe as the necessary use of violence to combat authoritarianism. While both experts on the movement and activists within it emphasize that not everyone who participates in anti-fascist activism engages in violence, …

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Trump, Democrats confirm outline of DACA deal, despite denials

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President Donald Trump and Democratic congressional leaders reached a tentative agreement Wednesday night to provide a pathway to citizenship for young immigrants known as Dreamers — but after a conservative backlash, the president and his aides sent conflicting signals about how firm the agreement was. After a meeting with Trump …

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U.S. slaps visa sanctions on 4 nations

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The U.S. imposed visa sanctions on four countries that refuse to accept deported nationals, the Homeland Security Department said Wednesday. The four countries are Cambodia, Eritrea, Guinea, and Sierra Leone. They are being sanctioned “due to lack of cooperation” on deportations, according to DHS. The most severe sanction — a …

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