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FOX: Trump Surveilled Before Nomination, Agencies with Info Blocked Nunes for Weeks


A Friday breaking Fox News report on surveillance of President Trump’s team that began before he became the Republican presidential nominee claimed a very senior intelligence official was responsible—as well as for the unmasking of the names of private U.S. citizens. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com The report cited sources …

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Los Angeles Times Editorial Loses It over Trump: ‘Narcissist,’ ‘Demagogue’


The Los Angeles Times — which did its best, it admits, to ensure that President Donald Trump would not be elected — has printed a strident, and nearly hysterical, editorial in which it calls the Trump presidency a “train wreck.” Among other things, the Times states: It was no secret during the …

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Democrats Completely Uncloak, Vote to Allow Sharia Law in America


Montana Republicans passed “Senate Bill 97” to ban the application of foreign law in Montana’s courts. This sounds reasonable, doesn’t it?  Not to Montana 44 Dem. Senators that voted against the Bill. The reason for Democrats’ objection is even worse than what you can imagine. Their objections focus mainly on Sharia …

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White House throws itself into uncertain tax reform push

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The Trump White House is already mapping out a major, historic overhaul of the tax code, just one week after the stunning collapse of its Obamacare repeal bill. It’s a move that carries enormous political risks given the complexity of the code, the size of the package officials are eyeing …

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Kasich moves fuel 2020 buzz

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John Kasich, the Ohio governor and two-time GOP presidential candidate, insists he’s not looking at another White House run in 2020. His closest allies say the same. But the prominent Donald Trump adversary is publishing a book titled after a prominent 2016 speech he gave opposing Trump: “Two Paths: America …

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Speier on Nunes controversy: ‘Absolutely convinced it started in the Oval Office’

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SAN MATEO, California — Rep. Jackie Speier, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, said Saturday she is “absolutely convinced” the White House generated the bizarre scenario that has embroiled committee chair Rep. Devin Nunes -— in which he reportedly obtained information from administration officials regarding foreign surveillance of Trump …

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More Flynn omissions as White House discloses Russia Today payment


Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn reported payments of at least $5,000 for a speaking engagement with the Kremlin-funded English language network RT, new documents released Saturday by the White House show, though Flynn didn’t originally include the payment when he first filed his ethics forms in January. That RT …

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LA Times on Trump: Nothing prepared us for this ‘trainwreck’


The Los Angeles Times slammed President Trump in a new editorial, arguing that his “unpredictable” and “reckless” behavior is “the most worrisome” part of his presidency and that “nothing prepared us for the magnitude of this trainwreck.” Its editors on Sunday criticized Trump for his attempts to repeal and replace …

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Don’t look now: Hillary’s back


Hillary Clinton is moving back into the spotlight as the vanquished Democratic presidential nominee seeks to carve out her role during the Trump administration. It’s a step she’s taking cautiously after stepping away from the political arena for roughly two months at the urging of her friends and associates. During that …

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Freedom Caucus poised for pivotal role in infrastructure fight


President Trump is escalating his feud with the conservative House Freedom Caucus, with his $1 trillion infrastructure package hanging in the balance. The conservative caucus is sure to play a role in the legislative fight over rebuilding the nation’s roads, bridges and highways, something Trump promised to deliver during his …

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