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Bill Gates Leaves Open The Possibility Of Voting For Trump, Pans Warren’s Tax Ideas

Billionaire Bill Gates panned Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax ideas Wednesday and did not rule out possibly voting for President Donald Trump in 2020 if he is the more “professional” candidate. “If I had to pay $20 billion, it’s fine,” Gates said during a New York Times conference when discussing a possible wealth tax. “But when you say I should ...

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New York Times Reporter Calls Out Biden’s Campaign For Sending Out ‘Inaccurate’ NYT Polling Graphic

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign altered a polling graphic from The New York Times to tout how the Democrat is fairing against President Donald Trump ahead of the election. The graphic appears to downplay Sen. Bernie Sanders’s polling relative to Trump in key battleground states, NYT political reporter Shane Goldmacher wrote in a tweet Tuesday. “In an email to ...

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Obama Operatives Are Devising A Weapon They Feel Will Blunt Trump’s Biggest Advantage

A pair of Obama-era operatives are launching a massive digital advertisement buy ahead of the 2020 election to ward off what they believe is President Donald Trump’s online dominance, The New York Times reported Monday. A nonprofit group called Acronym and a left-leaning political action committee are unveiling  plans to spend $75 million on digital advertising to rebut what they ...

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Lawsuit Claims Obama Entered Paris Climate Agreement Illegally, Cites Mysterious Legal Memo

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Former President Barack Obama illegally entered into the Paris climate agreement, a lawsuit filed Monday says, citing a legal memo the Obama administration allegedly used to justify the deal. The lawsuit asserts that the Obama administration argued the agreement could be signed without Senate approval because it does not set “legally binding targets and timetables.” Such justifications are a misrepresentation ...

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Trump’s Campaign Says POTUS Raised $3 Million After Democrats Voted On Impeachment Inquiry

President Donald Trump’s campaign manager says the president raked in millions of dollars after House Democrats voted Thursday to support an impeachment inquiry. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats’ plan to impeach Trump “is backfiring already,” Brad Parscale, the president’s campaign manager, said in a tweet Friday morning. He went on to note that the campaign pulled in close ...

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Zuckerberg Takes A Free Speech Approach to Ad Content While Twitter’s Jack Dorsey Drops The Hammer

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey decided Wednesday to ban all political ads heading into the 2020 election even as his counterpart at Facebook defended a move to exempt politicians from fact checks. Dorsey noted in a long thread that politicians’ ability to use Twitter to target audiences through ads is different from advertising on broadcast TV or other television platforms. Politicians ...

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Here’s How Goats Prevent California’s Wildfires From Consuming Ronald Reagan’s Library

Officials who run former President Ronald Reagan’s library in California use goats to eat dried brush and grass around the building that often act as an accelerate for the state’s ferocious wildfires. Nearly 300 goats maul their way through the dry grasses around the Simi Valley library The Los Angeles Times noted in a report Wednesday. The report laid out ...

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Ocasio-Cortez Responds After Alaska Governor Says Dems’ Green New Deal Will Collapse His State’s Economy

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez dismissed Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s concerns that the News York Democrat’s climate policies would wreck his state’s economy. “Yeah that’s kind of the point,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote on Twitter Tuesday in response to a tweet from RealClearPolitics reporter Phillip Wegmann who noted that Dunleavy told him that the s0-called Green New Deal “would impact our civilization as we ...

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Here’s What Wildfires Are Doing To California As Citizens Cope With Rolling Blackouts

California officials are working to beat back a massive wildfire that is charing the state and sending citizens sprawling for cover. The so-called Kincade Fire scorched more than 54,000 acres as of Sunday evening. Nearly 94 buildings and other structures were burned and 80,000 more have been threatened, according to official reports. More than 180,000 people were ordered to evacuate ...

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Kayla Mueller’s Parents Say They’re Grateful After US Raid Results In Terrorist Leader’s Death

The family of a woman who was repeatedly abused and terrorized by Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi say they are grateful after President Donald Trump confirmed terrorist’s death. Baghdadi reportedly raped and tortured Arizona aid worker Kayla Mueller, who was taken hostage in 2013. Kayla Mueller’s family is thankful for the Trump administration’s swift action but say they still ...

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Schumer Announces Plan To Nix Virtually Every Gasoline-Powered Vehicle In The Country

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Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer is preparing to spend hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars on a long-shot plan that would fast-track the elimination of nearly every gasoline-powered vehicle in the country. The senate’s top Democrat wants to spend a massive amount of money enticing Americans to exchange their gas-guzzling vehicles for an electric car. Schumer’s proposal, which he announced in ...

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Trump Hands Amazon Embarrassing Loss, Gives Microsoft Major DOD Project

The Trump administration tossed a curveball Friday at Amazon and awarded a $10 billion cloud contract the company was expecting to land to one of the tech titan’s biggest competitors, Microsoft. The decision came as a shock to Amazon, which had long been considered a front-runner for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, or JEDI. It came after President Donald Trump, ...

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Rep. Tim Ryan Drops Out Of 2020 Race After Struggling To Gain Traction |

Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan announced Thursday his decision to drop out of the 2020 presidential election after the Democrat failed to gain much attention during the early part of the primary season. “I got into this race in April to really give voice to the forgotten people of our country. I look forward to continuing that fight,” Ryan said on ...

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Elizabeth Warren Says She’ll Release Plan to Pay for Medicare For All

Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced Sunday afternoon that she plans in the coming weeks to release plans to fully pay for Medicare for all after months of avoiding the subject. Warren’s decision comes shortly after South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg railed against the Massachusetts Democrat for not having a plan to pay for such a monumental and likely expensive policy. ...

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Here’s How Trump Uses Big Tech’s Liberal Tools Against Them

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President Donald Trump uses Facebook to throttle Democrats during elections even as conservatives argue the platform discriminates against their best interests.  Many of the critiques against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg are taking their toll as the company continues to struggle to endure the wrath from conservatives and liberals.  Trump’s campaign manager says he managed to flip the script on Silicon ...

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