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Marist Poll: 52 Percent Say Trump's First Charlottesville Response 'Not Strong Enough'

Fifty-two percent of Americans in a new Marist Poll on Wednesday said President Donald Trump’s initial response to the Charlottesville violence Saturday was “not strong enough,” while 27 percent disagreed. Continue Reading....

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Ex-CIA Dir Brennan: Trump's Words Put Americans' Futures 'at Grave Risk'

Former CIA Director John Brennan was critical of President Donald Trump’s comments on a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, saying they put America’s national security and the future of its citizens “at grave risk.” Continue Reading....

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WH: Gov't to Make Obamacare Subsidy Payments This Month

The government will make this month’s payments to insurers under the Obama-era health care law that President Donald Trump still wants to repeal and replace, a White House official said Wednesday.Trump has repeatedly threatened to end the payments, which help reduce health… Continue Reading....

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Axios: Bannon 'Proud' of How Trump Stood Up to Reporters

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon sides with President Donald Trump on his reaction to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and is “proud of how Trump stood up to the braying mob of reporters,” on Tuesday at his press conference a source told Axios. Continue …

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Robert E. Lee V: 'Appropriate' to Put Confederate Statues in Museums

Gen. Robert E. Lee’s great-great grandson Wednesday condemned the Charlottesville violence and said the time might be “appropriate” for display Confederate statues in museums. Continue Reading....

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Tea Party Patriots CEO Martin Calls for Koskinen Firing

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen should have been impeached last year, but since he was not, President Donald Trump should fire him for rehiring more than 200 employees who had been dismissed for falsifying documents, Tea Party CEO Jenny Beth Martin said. Continue Reading....

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Pence Cuts Short Trip To South America

Vice President Pence has decided to cut short his visit to South America early and fly home on Thursday, after President Donald Trump sparked widespread controversy for his comments on Tuesday that both sides were to blame for… Continue Reading....

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Quinnipiac Poll: 86 Percent Want Negotiated Deal With NKorea

Eighty-six percent of American voters say that the United States and its allies should negotiate with North Korea “to prevent them from using nuclear weapons,” a new Quinnipiac University survey finds. Continue Reading....

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Hispanic Leader Plans to Stay on Diversity Council for Now

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Javier Palomarez said Wednesday he plans to remain on President Donald Trump’s National Diversity Council, only to keep a Hispanic person near the White House. Continue Reading....

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3M's Inge Thulin Resigns From Trump's Advisory Council

Inge Thulin, the chairman of 3M, has resigned from President Donald Trump’s Manufacturing Advisory Council. Continue Reading....

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