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Michael Bloomberg Officially Joins Presidential Race

Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg officially announced the start of his presidential campaign Sunday. Bloomberg, 77, has been toying with the idea of joining an already-crowded Democratic field, with a report earlier in November noting that he was preparing to file for a Democratic presidential primary in Alabama. The multi-billionaire officially joined the race Sunday with an advertisement ...

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Media Outlets Rip Biden For Horrible Debate Performance

Multiple media outlets criticized former Vice President Joe Biden for his poor performance during Wednesday’s fifth democratic debate. Biden struggled even before the debate began, with his campaign accidentally sending out its post-debate email hours before the event began. They sent a subsequent email apologizing for pulling the trigger and asking for money. Biden then made multiple errors, outlets pointed ...

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Poll Finds That One-Third Of Americans Don’t Trust The Media

Around one-third of Americans don’t trust that the media’s reporting is based on factual information, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and USAFacts. The poll, released Nov. 20,  asked Americans “how often” they think each of the questions asked “are based on factual information.” It found that about two in 10 – ...

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MSNBC Draws In Weakest Viewership For Democratic Debate Yet

Wednesday’s fifth Democratic debate was the least watched and lowest rated of the election season with a total viewership of around 6.5 million people, according to early Nielsen Media Research data. The debate saw around 1.7 million viewers in its key demographic of adults aged 25-54, Deadline reported. This is a big downturn from the Republicans’ all-time high debate in ...

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Sondland Testifies That No One Said Trump Was Tying Ukraine Aid To Investigation Into Bidens

United States Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland testified Wednesday that not a single person told him President Donald Trump was tying Ukrainian aid to an investigation into the Bidens. Sondland testified Wednesday as part of the ongoing impeachment inquiry into Trump regarding his July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Republican Ohio Rep. Mike Turner asked ...

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‘Looks Like An Inside Job’: Former National Security Official Says Impeachment Is Manufactured By Unhappy Bureaucrats

Former national security adviser Michael Anton suggested Wednesday that the entire impeachment into President Donald Trump is beginning to look “like an inside job” manufactured by lawmakers unhappy with the president. Anton spoke to WMAL’s “Mornings on the Mall” co-hosts Vince Coglianese and Mary Walter Wednesday about Tuesday’s impeachment hearings. During the hearing, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff interrupted ...

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Outlets Retract Stories After Realizing The Report Actually Cites The Number Of Children The Obama Administration Detained

Multiple outlets deleted entire stories Tuesday after falsely reporting the number of children currently in migrated-related U.S. custody. Outlets including Reuters, Agence France-Presse (AFP), NPR and Aljazeera jumped on a report from the United Nations, writing Monday that the country has the world’s highest rates of detained children. The outlets reported that there are currently over 100,000 children in immigration-related ...

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An Inside Look At What Happened The Night Trump Became President

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Historian Doug Wead’s upcoming book details an inside look at the Trump presidency through exclusive interviews with the president, his family and senior staffers. Excerpts obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation describe the tumultuous Nov. 8 election night when Trump first thought he would lose the presidency to Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. The book notes that Trump ripped up ...

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Reuters Changes Article On Hong Kong Protesters, Issues No Correction

A Reuters article about the Hong Kong protests saw drastic changes Monday, with every paragraph and the headline modified. The original article highlighted reports that Hong Kong police are now threatening protesters with live bullets. The updated article omits this report and instead focuses on the protesters, who are described as throwing “petrol bombs” and wreaking havoc on the city. ...

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Flashback: Obama Fired All Bush Appointed Ambassadors In 2008

The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testified Friday about President Donald Trump firing her amid an alleged “smear campaign,” but firing ambassadors appointed by former presidents is commonplace. Former President Barack Obama fired all ambassadors appointed by former President George W. Bush in 2008, the Washington Post previously reported. Yovanovitch testified Friday that the Trump administration, including the ...

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Washington Post Only Fact Checks Republicans After First Day Of Impeachment Hearings

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The Washington Post fact-checked various statements made during the first day of public impeachment hearings Wednesday, but the round-up failed to look into any comments made by Democrats. The fact-checking article was a round-up of only Republican members of Congress, and the publication declined to include any statements from Democrats. The analysis, published Thursday, is titled “Fact-checking the opening day of ...

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Public Impeachment Hearing Begins With Arguments Over Outing The Whistleblower

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff began the hearing with his opening statements, saying that the president’s July 25 phone call with Ukraine was an impeachable offense and questioning whether Trump was trying to “exploit” the country’s “vulnerability” for his own personal gain. The inquiry, which is based on an August whistleblower complaint, has received major pushback from Republicans who ...

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Supreme Court: Sandy Hook Family Members’ Lawsuit Against Gunmaker Can Move Forward

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The Supreme Court said Tuesday that a lawsuit against Remington Arms Co., a gunmaker, filed by family members of the victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre can move forward. The plaintiffs include relatives of nine people killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut and one survivor of the massacre that left 27 children and adults dead. The lawsuit ...

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Jimmy Carter Hospitalized For Brain Procedure

Former President Jimmy Carter has been hospitalized to reduce pressure on his brain after recent falls, according to a statement from The Carter Center Monday. Carter, 95, was admitted to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta Monday and has an operation scheduled for Tuesday, The Carter Center said in a statement according to Fox News. The hospitalization comes after recent falls ...

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‘It Was Devastating’: Alleged ABC Whistleblower Tells Megyn Kelly

Journalist Megyn Kelly spoke to ABC’s alleged whistleblower during an exclusive interview posted on her new Instagram Friday morning, and the woman said denied ever accessing the video after clipping it while still an ABC employee. ABC’s Amy Robach was caught on camera alleging that the network killed her interview with Jeffrey Epstein’s accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre, according to a ...

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