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Will Accusations against Joe Biden Make Way for Michael Bloomberg?

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Michael Bloomberg & Joe Biden for presidential run

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg is now planning to run for the 2020 presidential elections, though he previously declined the offer due to increasingly crowded Democratic field. The ex-mayor of New York City is the eighth richest person in the US and the ninth richest in the world. Reportedly, Michael Bloomberg could replace former Vice President Joe…

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Would Trump’s Efforts Turn his Fate in 2020 Elections?

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2020 elections, donald trump

The first half of Donald Trump’s presidency certainly didn’t prove to be one that he can cherish, but things aren’t really that bad. After spending two years in a discord with the opposition as well as his own administration, the President has finally entered good times. However, is it really the fortune, the fast approaching…

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GOP HealthCare Plan: New Deal to Replace Existing ObamaCare?

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GOP HealthCare

The Republicans are working to bring about a new health care plan known as the Grand Old Party HealthCare Plan or the GOP HealthCare Plan in America, as per the latest statements made by President Trump. He tweeted that the Republican Party, also known as GOP, will then be known as the Party of Great…

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Ralph Northam and 2 Democrats Attempt to Clear Their Names in Scandal

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Ralph Northam

Last updated on April 3rd, 2019Recently, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, Gov. Ralph Northam, and Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax – top three Democrats of Virginia faced – twisted questions about their past behavior, which threatened their careers. The revelations left the state in a position of dilemma. Northam, whose name appeared in a scandal in…

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UAE eyes on Libya’s oil reserves; breaches UN protocol

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UAE Haftar, Khalifa Haftar, Libya, Muammar Gaddafi

General Khalifa Haftar has been at the forefront of the Libyan political set up for more than four decades. Haftar has been able to sustain the power and influence in the country with the strong backing of United Arab Emirates (UAE), which has its own interests in the country. After Libya’s long-time leader Muammar Gaddafi…

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Michael Flynn to Remain in Federal Prison as Trump Denies Pardoning

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Michael Flynn

President Trump in his interview with the Fox News correspondent, Sean Hannity, denied pardoning Michael Flynn and all those charged during the investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections. This was Trump’s first interview after the verdict on Mueller investigation. On Wednesday night during the one-on-one interview that lasted for 45 minutes, a…

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Virginia’s First African-American Female Police Chief Resignation Raises Suspicion

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police Chief Tonya Chapman
police Chief Tonya Chapman

Last updated on April 1st, 2019On Monday, Virginia’s first African-American female police chief claimed in her four-page letter that she was forced to resign. She said her resignation from the post was racially motivated. Tonya Chapman became the first African-American woman to be appointed as police chief in 2016. She was seen as the chief…

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Rashida Tlaib Continues her Efforts to Impeach the President Despite Mueller Findings

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Rashida Tlaib

Democratic representative Rashida Tlaib continues to lead the impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump. The congresswoman is proceeding against impeachment even after the submission of Robert Mueller’s investigation report. The investigation was performed to see if there is any truth to the alleged collusion between Russia and Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential elections. President Trump…

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Cops in Charlottesville Arrest 17-year-old in Links with ‘Threat to Schools’

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Charlottesville

The cops in Charlottesville, Va., reported the arrested of a 17-year-old boy in links with a threat that “contained vile, racially charged language targeted African-American and Hispanic students” at an area high school. At a press conference on Friday, police Chief RaShall Brackney said that the suspect was believed to have made “threats to commit…

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