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Moore and Strange Battle for Trump Vote in Alabama

Roy Moore and Luther Strange

Recent Polls Political Positions Differences The Republican primary runoff for a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama is heating up with just 4 days until voting day. Both Roy Moore and Sen. Luther Strange are hoping to capture the Trump vote in the state. President Donald Trump is supporting incumbent Senator Strange and will attend a rally for him Friday evening. ...

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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Thursday, September 21, 2017

Trump National Golf Club Bedminster, New Jersey Sign

President Donald Trump will depart Trump Tower en route to the Lotte New York Palace Hotel where he will participate in meetings with the President of Afghanistan and afterward a meeting with the President of Ukraine. The President will then participate in an expanded meeting with the President of the Republic of Korea. The President will then attend a working lunch ...

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Hillary’s Endgame: Challenge Legitimacy of the Election

Hillary Clinton has finally admitted what has been clear ever since the bogus narrative that the Russians worked with the Trump campaign to steal the election from her. She plans to steal it herself with a great big assist from Deep State fixer Robert Mueller. In a stunning interview with National Public Radio, Mrs. Clinton has for the first time ...

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California Passes Bill to Move 2020 Primary Up Four Months

Just call it the Kamala Harris plan. The radical leftist Democrats who run the California state legislature as if was the old Soviet politburo have made another early move to hijack the 2020 presidential election. In addition to a bill that could potentially keep President Donald Trump off of the ballot, state Dems have also passed another to move the ...

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California Lawmakers Demand Congressional Censure of ‘Racist’ Trump

With yet another stupid and meaningless gesture, the sore loser leftists in the California state legislature squeezed out a new anti-Trump resolution late Friday night. They have been on a roll as of late as the state escalates its post-election war on President Donald Trump. This time, the stompy feet crybabies in Sacramento are demanding that the United States Congress ...

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John McCain Blows it Again

John McCain strange questions to Comey

Senator John McCain just can’t help himself. On Thursday, the Republican Senator from Arizona cosponsored a bill that would force the military to accept transgender recruits, because that’s the most pressing issue for the military and working families today … or something. New York Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand sponsored the bill that was cosponsored by Jack Reed (D-RI), McCain and Susan ...

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California Legislature Moves to Keep Trump OFF 2020 Ballot

The California state legislature seems to spend more time and money waging a dirty war against President Donald Trump than it does taking care of its own citizens. In the latest attempt to undermine the man that roughly 8 million Californians voted against, a bill has successfully made it out of the State Assembly and is headed to Governor Moonbeam’s ...

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White House Press Briefing 9/15/17 [Live Stream]

Sarah Huckabee Sanders - 9

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders briefs the media on the events and issues of the day. She will be joined by U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley and National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster will update the press on the situation in North Korea. The briefing is scheduled to start at 1:15 pm EDT.

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New Poll Predicts Grim Future for Never Trumper Jeff Flake

Arizona may finally be able to rid itself of its two RINO U.S. Senators in the very near future. The senile old warmonger John McCain’s days are numbered due to the cancer that is slowly devouring his brain and his counterpart is also in very serious trouble with voters. Senator Jeff Flake seems to have badly miscalculated when he became ...

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First Time since 2009: House Passes All Funding Bills in Regular Order

Paul Ryan passed 2018 funding bills

The U.S. House of Representatives, under the leadership of House Speaker Paul Ryan, has passed all twelve appropriations bills through regular order but whether it passes the Senate in time to avoid another craptastic omnibus bill remains to be seen. “This is a big day in the House of Representatives,” said Speaker Ryan in a press conference Thursday. “Today, the ...

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DACA Dinner Drama: Deal or No Deal?

Trump Schumer Pelosi

Conflicting statements were issued after a dinner between President Donald Trump and Congressional Democrat leadership. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi had dinner Wednesday with President Trump to discuss several topics including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), border security, tax reform, infrastructure, and trade, but only two of those have overwhelmed the Thursday news ...

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