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Pelosi’s Daughter Says Her Mom Will ‘Cut Your Head Off And You Won’t Even Know You’re Bleeding’

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s daughter shared her thoughts on how she feels about her mother likely becoming Speaker of the House for the second time Wednesday with some gruesome words. On CNN’s “New Day,” Alexandra Pelosi, was asked how her mother approached meetings with President Donald Trump and was asked how she feels about her mothers work in the ...

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RNC Committeeman Calls For Rule Change To Protect Trump From 2020 Primary Challenger

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A Republican National Committee (RNC) committeeman sent an email out to fellow members asking for an amendment to existing rules which would guarantee President Donald Trump become the presumptive GOP nominee in 2020 Wednesday. RNC National Committeeman for the Virgin Islands, Jevon O.A. Williams, sent the email to RNC members, obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation, just hours after The ...

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RNC Slams Elizabeth Warren As ‘Total Fraud’ Amid 2020 Presidential Speculation

Republican National Committee (RNC) chairwoman Ronna McDaniel called Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren a “total fraud” Monday, the day she announced she was forming a presidential exploratory committee. In a fiery statement from the RNC, McDaniel called out Warren for her “phony claim to minority status,” referencing Warren’s claims that she is part Native American, also calling her an “extreme ...

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White House Aide Blasts Reporter Who Said Trump Was Not Working During Shutdown

White House aide Hogan Gidley called out a reporter for saying President Donald Trump was not working amid the 9th day of the government shutdown, demanding he “correct the record.” Gidley, Trump’s deputy press secretary, was responding to Playboy’s White House reporter Brian Karem, who tweeted out a photo of the West Wing, saying since there was no Marine present ...

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Ohio Legislature Defeats Kasich’s Veto On Gun-Owner Rights Bill

Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich’s veto opposing a bill for gun owners’ rights was overturned by the Republican led state legislature Thursday afternoon. The state House first voted to overturn Kasich’s veto on the bill, which makes it easier for off-duty police officers to access guns and also changes laws regarding self-defense cases. The state Senate then voted a few ...

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Bloomberg Has A Demand For Democrats Running Against Trump In 2020

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he will be “demanding” 2020 Democratic candidates have a plan to combat climate change and would not rule out running against President Donald Trump Thursday. Bloomberg, who spent $5 million on a television ad in favor of Democratic candidates just two days ahead of the Nov. 6 midterm elections, said he wants to ...

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Dow Has Biggest Point Gain In History

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1,086 points, gaining nearly 5 percent, the biggest point gain in history, Wednesday afternoon after a rough Christmas Day. The Dow Jones also had the biggest upside move on a percentage basis since March 23, 2009, according to CNBC. This comes as the stock market had its worst week in nearly 10 years from Dec. 17 through Dec. 21, dropping over 400 points. Senate ...

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Trump Tells Reporters On Christmas The Government Will Stay Shut Down Unless Wall Is Built

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President Donald Trump said the federal government will remain shut down unless there is an agreement on some type of border wall or fence, when talking to reporters on Christmas day. “I can’t tell you when the government is going to reopen…. [Not until] we have a wall, a fence, whatever they’d like to call it. I’ll call it whatever ...

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Mick Mulvaney Says ‘Very Possible’ Partial Government Shutdown Goes Into New Year

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Incoming White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney warned that it is “very possible” the partial government shutdown will run into 2019, as President Donald Trump insists funding for the border wall must  be included. “It’s very possible this shutdown will go beyond the 28th and into the new Congress,” Mulvaney said. He added that federal workers will receive pay ...

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Cheers! We Tried Some Of Some Of The Best Christmas Cocktails — Here Are The Best

What is better than a couple of amazing Christmas themed cocktails to enjoy with your family and friends during the greatest holiday of the year? Nothing. The Daily Caller News Foundation had the pleasure of tasting a few of drinks made by Michael P. Foley, a mixologist and author of Drinking With Saint Nick: Christmas Cocktails for Sinners and Saints, just ...

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Government Set To Shut Down After Senate Fails To Get Enough Votes For Short-Term Spending Bill

The federal government is expected to shut down after Senate Republicans failed to receive enough votes to pass a short-term spending bill Friday which included funding for the border wall. The Senate voted against the government funding bill 48-47, as many Senators were not present for the floor vote. Alabama Democratic Sen. Doug Jones was the only Democrat in the ...

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House Freedom Caucus Will Vote ‘No’ On Short-Term Funding Bill Over Border Wall Funding

North Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Meadows and House Freedom Caucus members will vote “no” on a short-term funding bill that would fund the government until Feb. 8, as funding is set to expire Friday, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned. “The president many months ago said he wouldn’t sign another funding bill unless we gave him wall funding. So ...

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Meadows Bashes McConnell’s Short-Term Funding Bill Proposal as Early ‘Christmas Present’ For Dems

North Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Meadows criticized Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s recommendation of a short-term funding bill that would fund the government until Feb. 8, as funding is set to expire Friday. In a tweet, shortly after McConnell announced his idea for funding on the Senate floor, Meadows said pushing the funding on a continuing resolution would be a ...

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Mitch McConnell To Introduce Short-Term Funding Bill To Avoid Government Shutdown

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Wednesday he would be introducing a short-term funding bill that would fund the government until Feb. 8, as funding is set to expire Friday. The passing of the legislation is supposed to give both sides time to debate funding for a border wall, which has become the main issue for government funding. Republicans have ...

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