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Industry giants changing foreign manufacturing plans due to Trump


Donald Trump said he would work every day to bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States and two major makers have reportedly decided to do so even before the president-elect takes office. First, Trump met with Ford chairman Bill Ford and Mr. Ford reportedly told the president-elect that his company would not be relocating their Kentucky plant to Mexico. ...

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Republicans back Pelosi in return to house .. kinda


House Republicans are having a bit of fun at the expense of Nancy Pelosi by “backing” her for another term as the Democratic parties queen for the next two years. The National Republican Congressional Committee released a statement offering its full support behind Pelosi’s bid to direct the Democratic party’s House membership for another two years: With Nancy Pelosi facing ...

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White House: We can’t pardon illegal aliens


Illegal immigration activists suffered a severe setback on Thursday as the Obama administration admitted that it did not have the authority to pardon illegal immigrants. “The president takes the executive clemency power seriously. As a general matter, we do not comment on the likelihood of whether a specific pardon may be granted, should one be requested,” a White House official ...

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WaPo uses fake newser to disprove Trump supporters claims


A media critic for The Washington Post interviewed a ‘fake news’ writer and used the interview to dispute claims that anti-Trump protesters are paid and to reflect blame for losing the election away from progressives. Fake news has been in the headlines lately as Google and Facebook pledged to change their policies concerning inaccurate and/or hoax stories. In this interview, ...

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Trump Requires Cabinet to Sign No-Lobbying Agreement

Drain the Swamp

During his campaign for President, Donald Trump said he would limit the ability of administration officials to lobby the government and according to a Roll Call article, it would appear that he is putting that into practice. Anyone who is appointed to Donald Trump’s administration will be banned from becoming a paid lobbyist for five years after leaving the White House, his ...

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Media: Trump Administration in Disarray Leaving Government in Limbo


The New York Times  stated that the Trump transition is “in disarray” while Politico reported that the incoming administration has left the entirety of the government “in limbo” because Donald hasn’t filed some paperwork. President-elect Donald J. Trump’s transition was in disarray on Tuesday, marked by firings, infighting and revelations that American allies were blindly dialing in to Trump Tower to ...

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Schumer slams Bannon White House appointment


Schumer said on Monday that Donald Trump’s elevation of Steven Bannon to a senior role at the White House means that many “dangerous and bigoted ideas will have a seat at the table.” Oops, not THAT Schumer – Future Senate Minority Leader CHUCK Schumer said that (although the two are reportedly distant relatives.) While comedienne Amy Schumer has decidedly weighed-in on ...

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Poll: Americans want Obama’s legacy shredded first

Obamacare recession

A poll out Monday shows that Americans want Obama’s legacy shredded as quickly as possible with other policy priorities taking a back seat. A Rasmussen poll of 1,000 likely voters found that Americans prioritized the repeal of Obamacare, filling the Supreme Court vacancy and ditching all of President Obama’s executive orders over other highly-publicized initiatives like building a wall along the ...

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Rebuke over ‘Trump forces Black Family from Home’: Too PC or Deserved?


A North Carolina state representative is reportedly getting slammed for having emailed an internet meme with the fake newspaper headline “Trump forces black family from home.” N.C. Rep. George Cleveland emailed the image to members of the N.C. House Republican caucus but included no comments of his own. Cleveland’s peers wasted no time disparaging their comrade as they felt the republicans ...

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Trump re-affirms plan to immediately deport 2 to 3 million illegal aliens


President-elect Donald Trump said that he will incarcerate or deport up to three million illegal aliens upon taking office in January. In a Sunday interview, Trump told “60 Minutes” that he is going to “get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, where a lot of these people, probably two million, it could be ...

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Powerful earthquake strikes New Zealand; at least two dead


The U.S. Geological Survey reports that a 7.8 magnitude quake struck some 59 miles from Christchurch, New Zealand just before midnight local time. 7.8-magnitude earthquake lasted two minutes https://t.co/J8rOymx00C #eqnz pic.twitter.com/4UVHe9HM3V — Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) November 13, 2016 On Monday, November 14th, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake occurred that originated about 9 miles northeast of Culverden on the southern island of ...

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55% favor eliminating the electoral college without realizing what that means


After the 2016 presidential election, a new Rasmussen Reports national survey found that 55% of likely U.S. voters favor eliminating the Electoral College so that whoever wins a majority of the popular vote wins the election – without understanding how much of an awful idea that actually is. Interestingly given the election results, 58% of Republicans, heading into Tuesday night, ...

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Trump releases Healthcare vision on new website


President-elect Donald Trump has a new website – GreatAgain.gov where he has outlined his vision for his “repeal and replace” vision for fixing the Obamacare nightmare. It is clear to any objective observer that the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which has resulted in rapidly rising premiums and deductibles, narrow networks, and health insurance, has not been a success.  A Trump Administration ...

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