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Chaffetz on Leaving Congress: ‘At Some Point, You’ve Got to Get Off This Crazy Train’

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R., Utah) on Wednesday spoke out about his impending departure from Congress, saying that “at some point, you’ve got to get off this crazy train.” Chaffetz, chairman of the Oversight Committee, is expected to resign his House seat effective June 30th. CNN’s “The …

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MSNBC Anchor Pushes Fake News About Ivanka Trump

MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle on Friday morning pushed a debunked narrative about First Daughter Ivanka Trump. Ruhle claimed that President Donald Trump accepted a $100 million donation from Saudi Arabia for his daughter Ivanka’s proposed Women Entrepreneurs Fund. “The president saying, ‘The Germans are bad, very …

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Scarborough on Trump and Macron Handshake: ‘He Tore His Arm Off’

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough opened Friday’s “Morning Joe” with commentary on President Donald Trump’s interactions with the Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković and French President Emmanuel Macron. The comments came while Scarborough played a clip of Trump on Thursday in Brussels before the NATO summit. Trump can be …

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Scarborough Goes on Rant About GOP: ‘My Party Is Going Straight to Hell’

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough went on a rant about the state of Republicans on Friday, calling them liars and saying they are “going straight to hell politically” over their embrace of Donald Trump. Raising his voice, the former GOP congressman shouted that Republicans should not …

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The Shows of Yesteryear

This morning I drove to work listening to the new Beatles Channel on Sirius XM. When I arrived at the office I read articles about the fortieth anniversary of Star Wars, and about its eighth sequel, which premieres in December, and skimmed a review of …

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Student Receives ‘Most Likely to Become a Terrorist’ Award, Teacher Gets Suspended

Lizeth Villanueva, a 7th grader at Lance Corporal Anthony Aguirre Junior High in Channelview, Texas, received an award from her teacher for being the “most likely to become a terrorist” days before classes let out for the summer. The award was given to Villanueva in …

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Ossoff Doubles Down on Misleading Claims About His National Security Experience

Georgia Democratic Congressional candidate Jon Ossoff is doubling down on his misleading claims related to his national security experience. Ossoff has repeatedly talked about and misled voters on his claims concerning his experience working for Rep. Hank Johnson (D., Ga.) on Capitol Hill as an aide …

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Pelosi: Democrats Will Immediately Pass $15 Minimum Wage If They Take House

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) declared Thursday that Democrats would pass a $15 minimum wage in the “first 100 hours” if they retake the House in 2018. Pelosi made the remarks alongside fellow Democratic leaders, according to Politico. If “we win the election,” Pelosi …

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Democrats and Former Obama Officials Agree: Leaks Are Damaging

Democratic lawmakers and former Obama officials agree with President Donald Trump that leaks of classified information are damaging to national security. The Trump administration has had to deal with a flurry of leaks of classified information. The latest of these leaks pertain to the active investigation …

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John Kerry Mocks Trump By Telling Harvard Graduates to ‘Learn Russian’

Former Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday delivered the commencement speech at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, where he took a shot at the Trump administration by encouraging the graduates to learn how to speak Russian. Kerry said that he is often asked what the …

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