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Trump Vetoes Second Resolution To End Border Emergency Declaration 

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Presidential Donald Trump vetoed a Congressional attempt to overturn his border emergency declaration, marking the second time he has vetoed such a resolution. “In short, the situation on our southern border remains a national emergency, and our Armed Forces are still needed to help confront it,” the president explained in a veto message published Tuesday night, while the top-ranking Democratic presidential ...

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Ilhan Omar Continues To Divert Campaign Funds To Alleged Boyfriend’s Company

Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar’s political campaign ramped up its third-quarter spending to a firm owned by the man she’s alleged to be having an extramarital affair with., according to Federal Election Commission (FEC) records. Omar’s campaign disbursed about $146,713 to Democratic consultant Tim Mynett’s E Street Group LLC between the beginning of July and the end of September, according ...

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State Department Official Said He Raised Concerns Over Burisma Corruption In 2016

A top State Department official told lawmakers on Tuesday that he had concerns in 2016 with corruption at Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian energy company linked to Hunter Biden. George Kent said that he raised those concerns ahead of an event involving Burisma and USAID. Kent was also highly critical of Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who pushed for investigations of Burisma ...

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NYT Says Unnamed People Fear White House Review Of Ukraine Call Is Hunt For Scapegoat

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The New York Times said in an article Tuesday that “people familiar with” a White House decision to open an internal review of a Ukraine call fear it “is a hunt for a scapegoat” but provided little details as to who was making that claim or on what basis. The article, written in part by NYT reporters Maggie Haberman and ...

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All Of Bernie Sanders’ Plans Combined Could Total A Whopping $97.5 Trillion Over 10 Years: Report

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ various spending proposals amount to a total of $97.5 trillion over 10 years. Total government spending could jump to as much as 70% of GDP under Sanders’ spending plans and 50% of the U.S. workforce would work for the government, the Manhattan-based news outlet City-Journal reported Monday. The U.S. budget deficit could reach $90 ...

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Illegal Alien Accused of Bashing Teen’s Head and Dismembering Body Was Released by Authorities Despite Detainer

A teenage boy’s dismembered body was found along a river in King County, Washington. Carlos Orlando Iraheta-Vega, an illegal alien and MS-13 gang member, has been arrested and charged for his involvement in the grizzly murder.  Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) pointed out that local authorities had ignored a detainer request lodged by their agents.   A teenager who was brutally ...

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Military Exchanges Extinguish Vape Sales

The Army and Air Force Exchange Service and the Navy Exchange have stopped selling vape-related products. AAFES removed vape-related products from its shelves Sept. 30. Navy Exchange Service Command removed products from NEX retail shelves and directed NEX concessionaires and vendors to discontinue the sale of vaping products after Oct. 1. Vaping is not harmless, and researchers are still trying ...

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Pelosi Reportedly Places A Hold On Inquiry Vote, Raising Questions About Level Of Support

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is holding off on a potential vote approving an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, Politico reported Tuesday, citing sources familiar with the matter. House leaders could reassess their decision at some point, the report notes. The report comes after Politico reported earlier Tuesday that House Democratic leaders are asking vulnerable members if they would support ...

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Megyn Kelly to Make First Fox News Appearance In Over Two Years

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Megyn Kelly will make her first appearance on Fox News since leaving in 2017 to speak with Tucker Carlson Wednesday, the primetime host announced Monday evening. Kelly’s appearance on Tucker’s show comes a year after her unceremonious exit from NBC after a heavily-criticized blackface comment and the move could signal her intention to re-enter the TV news world just in ...

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Hunter Biden Still Holds Stake In Chinese Private Equity Firm. His Business Partner Retains Supervisor Role

Hunter Biden announced Sunday that he will resign from the board of a Chinese private equity firm called BHR Partners, but he’s still one of the two directors of the company that owns his 10% equity stake in the firm, business records show. The other director holds the role of supervisor at the Chinese firm. There has been no public ...

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Fusion GPS Founders Are Writing A Book, Will Defend Steele Dossier As ‘A Pretty Prescient Document’

Glenn Simpson and Peter Fritsch, the co-founders of Fusion GPS, are published a book in December. In the book, Simpson and Fritsch will defend their roles in commissioning the Steele dossier, which has been largely debunked by the special counsel’s investigation. Fusion GPS hired former British spy Christopher Steele in June 2016 on behalf of the Clinton campaign and DNC. ...

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Schiff Says Congress May Not Need To Interview Whistleblower After All

Rep. Adam Schiff said Sunday that the House Intelligence Committee might not need to interview the CIA analyst who filed a whistleblower complaint against President Donald Trump, a reversal for the Democrat, who has come under fire for failing to disclose the whistleblower’s contacts with his office. Schiff acknowledged he initially supported the whistleblower testifying about the Aug. 12 complaint, ...

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Mexican National Guard Stopped, Turned Back Migrant Caravan Headed For US

Mexican authorities stopped a caravan of about 2,000 migrants heading north for the United States, the latest action by their government to crackdown on illegal immigration. In the southern Mexican town of Tapachula, a caravan of Central American, Caribbean, and African migrants embarked on foot for the U.S. on Saturday morning. After traveling for about 20 miles, however, they were greeted ...

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Clinton-Appointed Judge Strikes Down Emergency Funding For Border Wall

A Texas federal judge ruled that President Donald Trump’s emergency funding for a southern border wall to be unlawful, the latest roadblock in the administration’s attempt to build hundreds of miles of new border wall. Judge David Briones, who was appointed by President Bill Clinton to serve on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, ruled on Friday ...

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