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‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Tweets Against Trump With #Impeach45

ABC’s “Bachelor in Paradise” normally focuses on backstabbing, sex, and intrigue, but now the reality show’s Twitter has expanded to politics. The verified @BachParadise account tweeted and later deleted a gif of contestant Raven Gates in a bikini attempting to perform a cannonball jump and …

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Howard Dean: ‘I Think [Trump] is Deeply Ill’

Former Chair of the Democratic National Committee Howard Dean attacked Donald Trump Tuesday, saying that he believes “this guy is deeply ill.” Dean’s comments came after a tumultuous press conference in which Trump revisited his comments on the violence in Charlottesville over the weekend and …

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Tapper Acknowledges Viewers Who Wonder If They Are ‘Going Insane’ Watching Trump

CNN’s Jake Tapper said Tuesday that some viewers have felt they are “going insane,” ending his program by addressing concerns specifically about the Charlottesville protests. Tapper was bothered by President Donald Trump’s press conference, in which Trump said that the Charlottesville protests featured good and bad people on both …

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Krauthammer Spars With Ingraham on Trump’s Presser: It ‘Was a Moral Disgrace’

Fox News’s Charles Krauthammer and Laura Ingraham agreed that President Donald Trump’s press conference did not go well, but sharply diverged on its moral significance. Ingraham said the press conference was evidence of Trump getting sidetracked. She said that he is bothered by people conflating his supporters …

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Democrats Fear Release of Clinton’s New Book ‘What Happened’

Hillary Clinton has not shied away from recriminations against others over her 2016 presidential election loss, and Democrats are concerned about how far she will go in her upcoming book What Happened. Democrats do not think having Clinton in the news helps them and wish she were …

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14 Memorable Quotes From Trump’s Wild Press Conference

In the final ten minutes of President Donald Trump’s chaotic press conference inside Trump Tower in New York City, he made a series of news-making statements about blaming “both sides” for violence in Charlottesville, Va., white nationalism, the state of race relations, and even the …

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Trump Doesn’t Say if He Has Confidence in Bannon: ‘We’ll See What Happens’

President Donald Trump would not say Tuesday whether he has confidence in Steve Bannon, telling reporters “we’ll see what happens” when asked how he feels about his White House chief strategist. Trump was delivering prepared remarks on infrastructure at Trump Tower when the press started …

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Ayotte: Warren Running for President Would Be a ‘Favor to Republicans’

Former New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R.) said Tuesday that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Calif.) running for president in 2020 would be a “favor to Republicans.” Fox Business host Stuart Varney asked Ayotte if as a Republican she would want to see Warren as the …

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Clinton Foundation Hiring New Scheduling Associate for Bill Clinton

The Clinton Foundation is currently looking to hire a new scheduling associate for former President Bill Clinton. The job requires the scheduling associate to respond to invitations sent to Clinton and maintain his list of “close associates.” The position is located in the foundation’s offices …

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U.S., Chinese Militaries Agree to Increase Communication

The top American and Chinese military leaders signed an agreement in Beijing on Tuesday to improve communications and mitigate the chance of accidents between the two militaries. Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, signed the “joint strategic dialogue mechanism” …

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