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South Bend Police Slam Buttigieg For Disparaging Remarks

The South Bend Fraternal Order of Police released a statement Monday evening hammering presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg for disparaging remarks he made at a recent town hall. The statement began by re-affirming the Police Department’s commitment to the ‘sacred legal principle of the Presumption of Innocence’ and expressing support for Officer O’Neill, who shot Eric Logan, 54, in a ...

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Meet The Retired General Who Fought The Taliban On Horseback Now Running For Senate

Retired General Don Bolduc is running as a Republican in New Hampshire against Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. The race is one of Republicans’ best chances to pick up a Senate seat in 2020.  Bolduc is a former Green Beret who invaded Afghanistan on horseback as part of a top-secret mission in 2001. Retired Brig. General Don Bolduc officially announced Monday ...

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Biden Rails Against Trump’s Immigration Policies: ‘A Wrecking Ball To Our Hemispheric Ties’

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden ruthlessly criticized President Donald Trump and his track record on immigration in a Monday op-ed for the Miami Herald. Biden’s op-ed is thoroughly critical of both the Trump’s immigration policy and reelection strategy, referring to the administration as “a wrecking ball to our hemispheric ties.” The president’s campaign strategy “relies on vilifying immigrants to score ...

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Google Exec Says Breaking Up Big Tech Will Not Prevent ‘The Next Trump Situation’

A new undercover video from Project Veritas shows a Google executive claiming that busting up big tech companies will make it more difficult to prevent “the next Trump situation.”  The executive also called Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s willingness to break up Silicon Valley “misguided” before praising the Massachusetts Democrat. The executive also revealed the reason why Google decided not to show ...

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Beto O’Rourke Proposes ‘War Tax’ For Non-Military Households

Democratic 2020 hopeful Beto O’Rourke unveiled a policy plan Monday to improve health care for veterans, including a “war tax” on households without service members or veterans. The “war tax” would feed into what O’Rourke calls the Veterans Health Care Trust Fund for future wars, reported the Texas Tribune. This country must be willing to pay any price and bear ...

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Trump Settles Speculation About Mike Pence, And Whether He Wants A Third Term In Office

President Donald Trump said in an interview airing Sunday that he is “100%” certain Vice President Mike Pence will be his running mate in 2020, and he will accept the results of the election if he loses. “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd asked Trump about the two topics, which have been a source of recent speculation because of the ...

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Former Rep Joe Sestak Joins 2020 Presidential Race

Former Rep. Joe Sestak announced his 2020 presidential bid Saturday on his campaign’s website, making him the 25th prominent Democratic presidential candidate to step into the race, NBC reported. Sestak, former congressman and Navy admiral, said Saturday in the announcement that he wants “to be that president who serves the American people the way they deserve to be served.” Sestak, ...

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WaPo Gives Biden 3 Pinocchios For ‘Flat-Out Wrong’ Poverty Claim

The Washington Post Fact Checker dinged former Vice President Joe Biden Thursday for what it called a “flat-out wrong” claim he made Monday about the number of Americans living in poverty. “We have … almost half the people in the United States living in poverty,” Biden said at the Poor People’s Campaign presidential forum in Washington, D.C. The number of ...

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Don Jr. Says Roy Moore Doing ‘Disservice’ To Conservatives By Running For Senate

Donald Trump Jr. said Thursday that Roy Moore is doing a “disservice” to President Trump and conservatives by running for Senate in Alabama. Trump Jr. issued his remarks after Moore said at a press conference earlier Thursday that he is “not going against President Trump” by running for Senate. Trump Jr. said Moore’s claim that he is not going against ...

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Roy Moore Launches Alabama Senate Campaign

Roy Moore

Former Alabama Chief Justice formally declared his candidacy for Senate on Thursday, launching his second bid for the state’s Republican nomination. “I will run for the U.S. Senate in 2020,” Moore said at an event in Montgomery, Alabama. “Can I win? Yes, I can win.” Democrats won control of Alabama’s junior U.S. Senate seat in 2017 after holding a special ...

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Biden Campaign Does Damage Control With Leaks To WaPo

Officials in former Vice President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign leaked information to The Washington Post on Wednesday following backlash from Biden’s comments on working with segregationists while in the Senate. Biden ignited a firestorm Tuesday after he told a crowd of donors that former Democratic Georgia Sen. Herman Talmadge was “one of the meanest guys I ever knew,” but “at ...

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Where Do Dems Go from Here?

In case anyone missed the 2020 Trump/Pence kick-off in Florida, the only thing to understand is it was the most successful Presidential kick-off in the history of America. Democrat Socialism was addressed and destroyed by a Political neophyte! After being taken to the woodshed, it is appropriate to ask, “Where will Dems go to lick their wounds and develop a ...

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Beto Hires Ralph Northam’s Communications Adviser as First Democratic Debate Nears

Former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke hired the communications director for Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam Wednesday as Democrats gear up for the 2020 presidential election. He hired Ofirah Yheskel, who formerly worked as Northam’s communications director, and three other people to round out his communications team. Rachel Thomas, hired from the Democratic digital organization ACRONYM, and Aleigha Cavalier as his national ...

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Other Democratic 2020 Candidates Are Not Happy With Biden’s Segregation Comments

Former Vice President Joe Biden said that “at least there was some civility” while working with racist senators in the 1970s. Multiple Democrats condemned Biden’s comments, calling for him to apologize and evolve. Biden’s comments link to past issues where he supported segregationists and their agenda. Former Vice President Joe Biden’s comments that “at least there was some civility” during ...

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Julian Castro: In An ‘Ideal World’ People Wouldn’t Own Handguns

An “ideal world” would include no handguns, former United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro told the New York Times during an interview project. The project asked 21 Democratic presidential hopeful’s 18 questions. Former Vice President Joe Biden was the only person to reject repeated requests to participate, the NYT said. One question asked the Democrats: “In ...

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