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Trump’s ‘New Rhyme’ is the Worst Cover-Up in History of the Border Wall

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Donald Trump border wall

The Issue of the border wall is now more than a month old, and as most American’s blame the Republicans for this erratic move, Donald Trump continues to stand by his mantra of building the wall. The only progress though made on the issue is the newly added theme, and a well-versed rhyme to describe…

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Will the Case Against Trump and Michael Cohen Continue?

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Michael Cohen

President Donald Trump and his former personal lawyer, felon Michael Cohen were soon expected to be exempted from the hush money case, but adult entertainer Stormy Daniels seem to be liking the spat with the President. During a hearing on Tuesday in Los Angeles, Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, filed a lawsuit to…

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House Republicans under Democratic Allegations of Impeding Mueller Investigation

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Mueller Investigation

While the Republicans, including President Donald Trump, are already under the FBI and Robert Mueller investigation, a Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee is asking for a fresh probe of House Republicans. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) claims that his GOP counterparts have concurred with the Trump administration in diverting the Mueller probe into Russian meddling…

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Healthcare Scam Lands Virginian Woman in Jail for 15-and-a-half Years

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Keisha Williams healthcare scam

‘Live life king size’ is often the notion associated with the way life must be lived. The idea, though was conceived wrongly by a Virginian woman, who tricked people to invest in her healthcare investment scam, so she could roam around the world freely. Keisha Williams, 42, of Ashburn, Virginia was sentenced to 15-and-a-half years…

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Parades to attend in MLK Day 2019

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Martin Luther King Jr Parade Day

January 21, Monday, will be observed as Martin Luther King Jr. Day, popularly known as MLK Day. The day commemorates the birthday of Martin Luther King, who was a nonviolent activist and the leader of the Civil Rights Movement that protested racial prejudice. His birthday was observed as a federal holiday after he was assassinated…

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Sen. Amanda Chase Raises Eyebrows for Openly Carrying Gun on Senate Floor

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Amanda Chase

Despite, the prevalent gun culture in the State of Virginia, when Sen. Amanda Chase, a Republican freshman seeking reelection this year, raised eyebrows by openly carrying a gun strapped to her hip on the Senate floor. Gun rules have been lenient in Mr. Jefferson’s Capitol. It has been observed that even visitors are allowed to…

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Government Shutdown Plight Mounts as Trump Cancels his Delegation Trip

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government shutdown

The partial government shutdown has reached its 28th day and the authorities seem to be overlooking the discernible impacts. Now impinging on the international relations, the impasse has led to cancellation of a delegation trip. Citing the ongoing government shutdown, President Donald Trump announced that he has canceled his trip to the World Economic Forum,…

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Karen Pence to Teach in a Christian School Following Radical Ideology

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Karen Pence

A Former teacher, the Second Lady of the United States, Karen Pence is planning to go back to what she loved. On Tuesday, her office defended her decision to teach arts at a Christian school in Northern Virginia, which bans gay parents and students. Pence’s office announced that she will be teaching elementary art at…

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Drug-ravaged West Virginia to Extend $10M for Border Wall Construction

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Border Wall

Lawmakers in West Virginia are willing to extend $10 million support for President Trump’s border wall cause. As per the explanation given by the lawmakers it is a major requisite for West Virginia as the sate suffers from drug trafficking along the US-Mexico border. House of GOP led by delegates announced recently that a bill…

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