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Nadler Wants Mueller To Testify ‘As Soon As Possible’

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said he wants Special Counsel Robert Mueller to testify before the committee as soon as possible, after Attorney General William Barr addressed the media Thursday. After Barr announced there was no collusion or obstruction committed by President Donald Trump and the Trump campaign, Nadler said that the findings were still unclear and that Congress must ...

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RNC To Spend 6 Figures Attacking Democrats on Immigration Proposals

The Republican National Committee (RNC) will spend six figures on advertisement criticizing Democrats for their proposals on how to fix the immigration system, according to internal information obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation. The advertisements will point out Democrats refusal to work with President Donald Trump to secure the U.S. border and point out their positions on immigration, including ...

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Trump To Give Tiger Woods Presidential Medal Of Freedom After Winning The Masters

President Donald Trump said he will award professional golfer Tiger Woods with the Presidential Medal of Freedom after winning The Masters on Sunday. Trump said he called Woods to congratulate him on his “great victory,” and also informed him that he would be presenting Woods with the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his “incredible Success & Comeback in Sports (Golf) ...

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Charges Dropped Against Woman Accused Of Assaulting Kellyanne Conway

The Maryland woman accused of assaulting White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway at a Mexican restaurant just outside of Washington D.C. had all of her charges dropped in court Monday Mary Inabinett, 63, of Chevy Chase, Md., was facing second-degree assault and disorderly conduct charges from the incident at Uncle Julio’s restaurant in Bethesda, Md., where Conway was approached by Inabinett, ...

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Former Police Officer Charged With Stealing $315,000 From Firefighter Support Group

A former Pennsylvania police officer who was accused of stealing over $315,000 from a firefighter support organization, turned himself in on a number of charges Friday. Corey Cole Jr., 41, of Lehigh Township, used to work as a police officer in Allenstown, Pa. and is now being charged with 380 counts of forgery, theft, and tampering with public information and ...

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Kamala Harris Says She Owns A Gun — Meanwhile She Wants To Ban Them

California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris said she owns a gun for “personal safety” Thursday, adding she wants to protect the second amendment after leading efforts to ban assault weapons. “I am a gun owner, and I own a gun for probably the reason a lot of people do — for personal safety,” Harris told reporters after attending a party with ...

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Sean Duffy And Matt Gaetz Discuss Bill Holding Other Countries Accountable For ‘Unfair’ Tariffs

Wisconsin Republican Rep. Sean Duffy and Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz sat down to discuss a variety of issues going on in Congress, including one of Gaetz’s favorite piece of legislation. Gaetz joined Duffy on his “Plaidcast” podcast Tuesday and mentioned one of his “very favorite bills in the entire Congress this year.” “It’s one of the ones I’m proudest ...

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Majority Of Democrats Don’t Really Care About Biden Handiness

A majority of Democrats do not think former Vice President Joe Biden should be counted out as a 2020 candidate, despite multiple allegations of inappropriate touching. According to a Politico/Morning Consult poll released Wednesday, half of the Democrats asked, said the allegations against Biden would not make them change their votes. Meanwhile, 29 percent of Democratic voters said the allegations ...

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House Democrats Cancel Budget Vote Due To Divided Party

Democrats in the House of Representatives canceled a scheduled vote on a two-year budget bill Tuesday as the more moderate members of the party are clashing with the progressive members. Many member of The Congressional Progressive Caucus pushed back against the budget bill, saying the bill is too focused on funding for the Pentagon than funding for domestic programs, according ...

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Kirstjen Nielsen Speaks Out After Resignation

Outgoing Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen addressed the media outside her Virginia home Monday, for the first time since resigning from the agency. “I just want to thank the president again for this tremendous opportunity to serve the country,” Nielsen said to reporters. “I share the president’s goal of securing the border. I will continue to support all ...

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Mick Mulvaney Says Democrats Will ‘Never’ See Trump’s Tax Returns

Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney says Democrats will never get to see President Donald Trump’s tax returns, as they continue to push for Trump to release them. In an interview with Fox News Sunday, Mulvaney said Democrats in Congress will “never” succeed in obtaining Trump’s tax returns, saying “no, never. Nor should they.” Mulvaney mentioned how House ...

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Pelosi: Democrats Will Maintain Control Of The House In 2020

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi says Democrats will maintain control of the House in 2020, saying she will have the necessary seats secured by November. In an interview with The Washington Post, Pelosi said she will have the majority of the House fully controlled by November of this year, one year ahead of the 2020 presidential elections, saying “I’m ...

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Bernie Sanders Says Felons Should Be Allowed To Vote In Prison

Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders says felons should be allowed to vote while in prison, while on the campaign trail in Iowa on Saturday. “I think that is absolutely the direction we should go,” Sanders said at a town hall in Iowa, according to the Des Moines Register. “In my state, what we do is separate. You’re paying a price, ...

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Trump Says Biden Is ‘Only A Threat To Himself’

President Donald Trump said he would not be worried if former Vice President Joe Biden decides to run against him in the 2020 presidential election, saying he thinks Biden would only hurt himself. “I don’t see Joe Biden as a threat. No, I don’t see him as a threat. I think he is only a threat to himself,” Trump told ...

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Trump Effect: Unemployment Claims Hit 50-Year Low

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The total number of workers claiming unemployment insurance fell to the lowest level in 50 years, the Department of Labor reported Thursday. The number of applications claiming unemployment insurance benefits dropped by 10,000, bringing the number of applicants to 202,000, the lowest recorded number since Dec. 6, 1969, when the U.S. workforce and population were much smaller than they are ...

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