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Mexico Wall

Support for Trumps’ Mexico Wall is Waning Fast

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President Trump has been keen on to build the Mexico wall, and even more insistent that the neighboring country pays for the wall. It is clear that Mexico is not paying for any wall, and that “the wall” is slowly changing from a wall to a barrier to a joke. All said and done, Trump…

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Jared Kushner

Jared Kushner Security Clearance Raises Questions on White House’s Credibility

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The White House is under stack of questions, as a latest report revealed how Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, was granted the top secret clearance. The report stated that a Trump appointee had overruled the recommendation of two specialist adjudicators of not granting Kushner the security clearance. After a prolonged delay in FBI background…

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Donald Trump border wall

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

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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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Mueller Investigation

House Republicans under Democratic Allegations of Impeding Mueller Investigation

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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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Martin Luther King Jr Parade Day

Parades to attend in MLK Day 2019

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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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Amanda Chase

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

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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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Karen Pence

Karen Pence to Teach in a Christian School Following Radical Ideology

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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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Government Shutdown

Trump’s Government Shutdown Breaks Record, Completes 22 Days

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The partial government shutdown has now officially become the longest in the history of the United States. With 22 days gone already, the shutdown has wreaked havoc in the lives of many Americans. Hundreds of thousands federal employees have absolutely zero idea as to when they’ll see their next paycheck. Employees, who have already missed…

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Trump’s Abrupt Decision Prompts Resilient Republican Senators

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The presence of the United States troops in Syria has been a long-debated issue within the White House. The havoc has just escalated, as President Donald Trump announced to withdraw all the US group forces from Syria in the next 30 days, catching the Republican senators off guard. The crucial announcement made by Trump on…

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