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Trump Rips Into Mueller and Russia Probe

According to Business Insider, on Thursday U.S. President Donald Trumpr enewed his attacks on the special counsel Robert Mueller and the Russia investigation after an uncharacteristic lull. In a series of tweets Trump accused Mueller, without evidence, of having “gone absolutely nuts,” adding that his prosecutors are “screaming and shouting at people, horribly threatening them to come up with the answers they want.” Trump’s latest attacks come as he and his lawyers put the finishing touches on their answers to a set of written questions from Mueller. They also come…

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Michelle Tells Oprah She Sobbed For 30 Minutes After Trump Inaugurated

Michelle Obama officially launched her book tour in her home city of Chicago, where over 14,000 people paid the expensive fee for seats to hear the former first lady talk to Oprah Winfrey. Michelle turned her book tour into a money-making scheme, cashing in on not only the book sales but also on these appearances. She told the crowd that she sobbed for 30 minutes after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, but Michelle received a reaction that made her regret saying it. Michelle Obama and her handlers have planned the launch…

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Conservative Group Submits Evidence of Broward County Corruption

Chris Cox of Bikers for Trump had a lawyer submit a letter containing evidence of ballot tampering in Broward County to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi. Cox exclusively told The Gateway Pundit that if they do not receive a satisfactory response in a reasonable amount of time he is willing to file a lawsuit. According to the letter sent by Cox’s lawyer Derek A. Schwartz, while outside the Broward Supervisor of Elections main office, Cox and other members of Bikers for Trump learned of twelve colored plastic zip tie tags that were…

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Jim Carrey Targets Trump With Whacky Cartoons

At 56, Jim Carrey still carries a strong childhood memory of taking a train to Sudbury, a city in northern Ontario, Canada, to attend the funeral of an uncle who had died in a car crash. “It was the greatest time of my life,” he said in a phone interview, “because I drew cartoons on the train the entire trip. And I ran up and down the length of the train showing people my cartoons. I remember that as a really strong memory between me and my mother.”

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Detroit Seeks To Remove Ben Carson’s Name From High School

Revising history by removing the names of perceived racists from buildings and parks is all the rage these days. You can’t undo the wrongs of the past by changing the present, but that hasn’t stopped the hysterical left from trying. Confederate monuments have been destroyed and anyone who was an old white man has had his named stripped from public spaces. Then there’s African American HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson. The city of Detroit is looking to remove his name from a public high school. Carson didn’t fight for the…

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McDonald’s Customer Bodyslams Worker In Brawl Over Ketchup

Police are hunting for a Hispanic woman who was caught on camera choking the manager of a McDonald’s in Orange County, California. The woman went to the back door of the fast food restaurant asking for ketchup. After the store manager told the woman she was not allowed in the area, the woman grew “combative” and attacked the store manager. The woman “pushed, punched, and choked” the manager, according to the Santa Ana Police Department. The video, taken on Oct. 27 and posted Tuesday, shows a woman in a pink…

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China Tells Congress To Back Off

According to Business Insider, Lawmakers in Congress plan to issue a bipartisan legislation to punish China over its persecution of the Uighurs, a majority-Muslim ethnic minority populated in the country’s west. Beijing subjects Uighurs to an unprecedented amount of surveillance in their home region. Activists say the country has imprisoned up to 1 million Uighurs. The legislation, which was seen by Reuters, urges the White House to consider banning exports of US technology that could be used to oppress the Uighurs, and impose sanctions against human rights offenders, and other…

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Al Sharpton Claims Trump “Declared War” on Minorities

While speaking on Tuesday at the National Action Network Legislative & Policy Conference, founder Al Sharpton issued a scathing rebuke of President Trump’s administration, which he asserted had “declared war” on minorities in America. “We cannot keep telling people in our community to come out and vote, and then we don’t know what is the agenda, and what is going to be accomplished,” said Sharpton. The civil rights activist, known for frequently making controversial statements, went on to demand action from Democrats on a number of issues, including voter rights,…

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CNN Refers to Nancy Pelosi As A ‘Bad Ass’

CNN never knows when to quit. They show their true colors day after day. These people are nothing but activists pretending to be journalists. That’s all these people are. Another reason why their station is failing. You almost have to laugh in order to keep from going insane after reading their propaganda piece. Truly frightening how much they love rich Pelosi. Name one good thing she’s done for the country..CNN? What’s sickening is to think once she’s out of office..she will be living the life..wealthy as can be. We need…

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Fox News Backs CNN’s Lawsuit Against White House

Fox News announced it would file a legal brief supporting CNN’s legal challenge to the White House. CNN is suing the White House over the suspension of press privileges for CNN correspondent Jim Acosta. In a statement, the president of Fox News wrote, “Fox News supports CNN in its legal effort to regain its White House reporter’s press credential.” He went on to write that Fox News supports “a free press, access and open exchanges for the American people.” CNN argues that Acosta’s suspension is a violation of the First…

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