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TRAGIC ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT SENATOR JOHN MCCAIN

TRAGIC ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT SENATOR JOHN MCCAIN

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Reports have bеen circulating that Arizоna Senator John McCain is nearing the end of his battle with brain cancer. That’s why it’s particularly tragic that he is using his final days to shamelessly bash President Donald Trump. “To our allies: bipartisan majorities of Americanѕ remain pro-free trade, pro-globalization & supportive of alliances based on 70 years of shared values,” McCain tweeted late Saturday, according to The Hill. “Americans stand with you, even if our president doesn’t.” McCain posted this tweet in response to a series of tweets Trump sent Saturday after leaving the G-7 summit early to depart for a planned sit-down with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore. In these tweets, Trump slammed an earlier announcement from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
ICED: DNC MOVES TO SHUT DOWN BERNIE 2020 BEFORE HE EVEN GETS THE CHANCE TO ANNOUNCE

ICED: DNC MOVES TO SHUT DOWN BERNIE 2020 BEFORE HE EVEN GETS THE CHANCE TO ANNOUNCE

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The absolutely-corrupted Democratic National Committee completed a vote on Friday that changed its rules to bar anyone from running for the party’s 2020 presidential nomination without being a Democrat at the time of announcing one’s candidacy. This is mostly like in response Socialist Bernie Sanders running a surprising competitive primary campaign against establishment darling Hillary Clinton despite being an independent. The DNC’s rules and bylaws committee appears to have this in mind with the new rule, Yahoo News reports. Sanders’ supporters are interpreting the move as a sign of spite. Sander’s Senior advisor to his 2016 campaign chimed in by saying: “We just came off a devastating presidential loss in 2016. It would seem to me the actual impetus would be to expand the Democratic
MICHELLE AND BARACK MAKE DESPICABLE ANNOUNCEMENT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE

MICHELLE AND BARACK MAKE DESPICABLE ANNOUNCEMENT AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE

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It has just been revealed that Barack Obаma kept a huge secret from Michelle Obama when they visited Buckingham Palace during his presidency. People Magazine reported that in hiѕ new memoir, Obama’s national security advisor Ben Rhodes wrote that when the Obamas stayed at Buckingham Palace back in 2011, the former president was preparing a speech when a butler suddenly came to his room. “Mr. President, pardon me,” the butler reportedly said. “There’s a mouse.” “Don’t tell the first lady,” Obama repliеd, as Michelle had already gone to sleep. “We’ll try to catch it, sir,” the butler said. “Just don’t tell the First Lady,” Obama repeated. Whereas Obama likely did not need Michelle to be told since she is perplexed of mice, there was likely another reason behind what he
Robert De Niro at the Tony Awards: ‘F*ck Trump!’

Robert De Niro at the Tony Awards: ‘F*ck Trump!’

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While speaking onstage at the Tony Awards on Sunday night, actor Robert De Niro went after President Donald Trump, saying, “f*** Trump” multiple times. “I’m going to say one thing: ‘F— Trump,’” De Niro said before presenting an award. “It’s no longer ‘down with Trump.’ It’s ‘f— Trump.’” https://youtu.be/DVWxQvlgRrM https://twitter.com/KristiColleen/status/1006004937812250624 The audience responded by giving the actor a standing ovation. De Niro’s tirade comes on the heels of him unloading on the president by comparing him to Adolf Hitler and calling him “soulless.” Facebook has greatly reduced the distribution of our stories in our readers’ newsfeeds and is instead promoting mainstream media sources. When you share to your friends, however, you greatly help distribute our c
Trump, Kim set to make history

Trump, Kim set to make history

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After months of nuclear taunts, sports diplomacy and a rollercoaster of a will-they-or-won’t-they tango, it all comes down to this: President Trump will meet face-to-face with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore on Tuesday. An unsuccessful summit, which will begin Monday night Washington time, could plunge U.S.-North Korea tensions back to last year’s precarious state, or worse. But if successful, the summit could lead to a peace that’s been elusive for a half century. The world is crossing its fingers. “No matter what happens, President Trump and Kim Jong Un are going to call it a success because both leaders are invested in this and they want to,” Sue Mi Terry, Korea chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), said at a press briefing. The Tru
Five things to watch for at the US-North Korea summit

Five things to watch for at the US-North Korea summit

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The world will be watching this week as President Trump arrives for an historic meeting with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un. The summit, held Tuesday at a luxury hotel on a secluded island in Singapore, is slated to be the first such meeting between a sitting U.S. president and North Korean leader. Trump's national security team has raced to finalize details on possible requests and concessions for the meeting, where Trump and Kim are expected to discuss efforts to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula. ADVERTISEMENT Much remains unknown about the meeting – including who will ultimately have a seat at the table, what the U.S. will demand and what will happen when the meeting concludes. Here are five things to watch at the summit, which kicks off Monday at 9 p.m. Eastern Time, 9
Romney: Trump will be reelected in 2020

Romney: Trump will be reelected in 2020

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DEER VALLEY, UTAH — Republican Senate candidate Mitt Romney bluntly predicted here on Thursday evening that President Donald Trump would win reelection in 2020. Addressing a group of major GOP donors, Romney — who bitterly collided with Trump during the 2016 campaign and implored his party to nominate someone else — also said Trump would easily capture the Republican Party’s 2020 nomination. He said Trump’s political fortunes would be bolstered by a pair of factors: an improving economy and the likelihood that Democrats would choose an outside-the-mainstream candidate. “I think President Trump will be re-nominated by my party easily, and I think he’ll be reelected solidly,” Romney said. “I think that not just because of the strong economy and because people are increasingly see
Ryan Puts Cheap-Labor Amnesty Bill on Fast Track to Floor Vote

Ryan Puts Cheap-Labor Amnesty Bill on Fast Track to Floor Vote

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House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday he hopes to quickly write up an amnesty bill and get it passed through the House. “The next step is putting pen to paper so we can start getting legislation to the floor,” Ryan told reporters shortly after he held a Thursday-morning meeting with the GOP caucus to push for a wage-cutting amnesty. Ryan suggested he would try to rush the bill to the floor. “Time is of the essence if we want to have a legislative process that we can control,” he said, referring to the group of 23 GOP legislators who threaten to use the discharge-petition process on June 25 to let Democrats pass their own amnesty. The bill would reportedly provide an amnesty to at least 1.4 million illegals, and it does not include a cap to prevent fraud or subsequent waves of migran
Jeff Sessions Delivers: DOJ Nails Senate Intel Committee’s Security Chief as Deep State Leaker

Jeff Sessions Delivers: DOJ Nails Senate Intel Committee’s Security Chief as Deep State Leaker

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Senior Justice Department officials announced late Thursday criminal charges against Senate Intelligence Committee’s long-time director of security James Wolfe. The indictment charges Wolfe with making false statements to the FBI and details how Wolfe passed classified information, including presumably information related to one-time Trump campaign aide Carter Page, to a series of media outlets, confirming long-standing suspicions of the career intelligence community’s complicity in leaks. The three-count indictment charges Wolfe with separate instances of making false statements to the FBI, not directly charging him for leaking classified information, but appearing to detail how he did allegedly leaked classified information to reporters and then allegedly lied about it to the FBI. Th
Justice Dept. argues key parts of ObamaCare are unconstitutional

Justice Dept. argues key parts of ObamaCare are unconstitutional

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The Department of Justice (DOJ) argued in court Thursday that key parts of ObamaCare are now unconstitutional, siding in large part with a conservative challenge to the law. The move is a break from the norm of the DOJ to defend federal laws when they are challenged in court. Under President Trump, the department has opted not to defend a law that it strongly opposes. Attorney General Jeff Sessions acknowledged in a letter to Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) that the DOJ has a "longstanding tradition" of defending federal laws, but argued that this is "a rare case where the proper course is to forgo defense" of the law. The lawsuit in question was filed in February by Texas and 19 other GOP-led states, arguing that ObamaCare is unconstitutional and should be overturned. Legal experts