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Nadler: Trump Is A ‘Threat’ To National Security

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said Sunday that President Donald Trump is a “threat” to national security.  Nadler spoke with ABC’s George Stephanopolous on “This Week” Sunday about the lack of support from Republicans for impeachment. “Haven’t you failed your own test,” Stephanopolous asked Nadler. The Democratic New York representative told Stephanopolous, “I don’t think so,” adding that Trump actively ...

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Comey Says He Was ‘Wrong’ About FBI’s Surveillance Abuse, But Downplays His Own Role In Bungled Case

James Comey admitted Sunday that he was “wrong” about the FBI’s handling of surveillance warrants against Carter Page, who the former FBI director acknowledged was “treated unfairly” by having his name leaked to the press as a suspected Russian agent. “He is right. I was wrong,” Comey said in an interview on Fox News Sunday in reference to the findings ...

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Fishy: DOJ Refuses To Release Records On Imran Awan, Citing ‘Technical Difficulties’ And A Secret Case

Judicial Watch sued the Department of Justice for records about former Democratic cybersecurity aide Imran Awan in order to square evidence of wrongdoing with prosecutors’ decision not to charge malpractices on Capitol Hill. The DOJ said it could not produce records under FOIA because of “technical difficulties,” then said it was actually because of a secret case it had not ...

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Oops: CNN’s Jim Sciutto Defended Steele Dossier More Than Anybody

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The Justice Department inspector general’s report undermined several years of reporting from journalists who defended the Steele dossier and the FBI’s handling of the infamous report.  CNN’s Jim Sciutto was at the forefront in defended the dossier, and the bureau.  In numerous segments since early 2017, Sciutto insisted that parts of the dossier had been corroborated, and that the FBI ...

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DoD Officials: Artificial Intelligence to be Used for Charting, Intel Collection

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Nautical, terrain and aeronautical charting is vital to the Defense Department mission. This job, along with collecting intelligence, falls to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. Two senior DOD officials think that artificial intelligence will aid NGA’s mission. Mark D. Andress, NGA’s chief information officer, and Nand Mulchandani, chief technology officer from DOD’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, spoke yesterday at the AFCEA ...

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Al Gore Says Democratic Candidates Should Absolutely Run On AOC’s Green New Deal: Report

Former Vice President Al Gore believes the Green New Deal (GND) could be a winning issue for Democrats come 2020. The GND is a “broad brushstroke, bold proclamation, the details of which are designed to be filled in later,” Gore told Politico Friday. He believes Democratic candidates should use the legislation to help generate enthusiasm before next year’s election, Politico ...

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Another Trump District Democrat Ripped By Constituents Over Impeachment: ‘If She Votes For Impeachment, She’s Screwed’

Constituents ripped Democratic Oklahoma Rep. Kendra Horn on Sunday, saying Democrats focus too much on impeachment and too little on improving the lives of Americans. Horn, who represents most of Oklahoma, Pottawatomie and Seminole counties, spoke at a Sunday town hall meeting where voters angrily questioned her on why she continues to focus on impeachment. President Donald Trump won Horn’s ...

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Nearly All Migrants Removed Under New Asylum Deal Are Opting To Go Back Home

Nearly every single migrant removed from the United States under a newly-implemented asylum deal are simply choosing to return home instead of remaining in Guatemala, a result the Trump administration intended. Of the 24 people who have been deported to Guatemala under a new asylum agreement, all but two have chosen to return to their home countries, Guatemala Interior Secretary Enrique ...

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Boston City Council Doubles Down On Sanctuary City Policies

The Boston City Council voted to update its 2014 Trust Act, a law that bars cooperation between local law enforcement and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The new amendments prohibit local police from sharing information with ICE, and requires the city to provide reports about the detainer requests ICE lodges every year.  ICE responded to the new amendments, reiterating their ...

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Watch: DOD Tests Prototype Conventionally-Configured Ground-Launched Ballistic Missile

On Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019, at 8:30 a.m. Pacific Time, the U.S. Air Force, in partnership with the Strategic Capabilities Office, conducted a flight test of a prototype conventionally-configured ground-launched ballistic missile from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. The test missile exited its static launch stand and terminated in the open ocean after more than 500 kilometers of flight. Data ...

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Study Estimates Roughly 372,000 Births By Illegal Aliens And Non-Immigrants Each Year

A newly-released study estimates that are about 372,000 births annually in the United States by foreign nationals on temporary visas and those living here illegally, highlighting the robust “birth tourism” industry. The Center for Immigration Studies, a Washington, D.C. think tank that advocates for decreased immigration, released a study that estimates there are about 39,000 births annually to guest workers, ...

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Jerry Nadler Said In 2018 That A ‘Partisan Impeachment’ Would ‘Tear The Country Apart’ — Now He’s Overseeing A One-Party Impeachment Push

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler repeatedly said in 2018 that bipartisan support was a prerequisite for impeaching President Donald Trump. But the New York Democrat is now guiding through his committee two articles of impeachment that have no meaningful support from either Republicans in Congress or Republican voters. “If you’re serious about impeaching a president, it cannot and should not ...

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Analysis: CNN’s Chris Cillizza Perfectly Demonstrates Why Trust In Media Is So Low

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CNN editor-at-large Chris Cillizza perfectly demonstrated in an article Wednesday why trust in the media remains so low among the American public. Cillizza blatantly misrepresented a recent poll to portray Republican voters as uniquely “unquestioning supporters” of President Donald Trump. A Monmouth University poll released Wednesday showed that Republican voters said  George Washington was a better president than Trump by ...

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