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Jim Acosta

Trump Administration Faces Lawsuit Over Jim Acosta’s Press Credentials

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Donald Trump’s fury over Jim Acosta has added another bunch of questions over his personality, as CNN has now filed a lawsuit against his administration. In the case file by them, CNN has called out that revoking Acosta’s press credentials violates First Amendment rights of freedom of press, as well as Fifth Amendment rights to…

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Richard Ojeda

Sen. Richard Ojeda Announces his Candidacy for President in 2020

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Richard Ojeda, West Virginia state senator and retired U.S. Army major, is running for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020. Ojeda lost his congressional bid in the state’s 3rd District on Tuesday. However, he saw the largest shift of Trump supporters towards Democrats in any district around the country – outperforming 2016 by more than…

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GOP Congress Winner Denver Riggleman Tagged “Bigfoot erotic lover”

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With the US mid-term elections over and out, the claws are out, as politicians and opponent will use any measure necessary to debase their rivals. The viewers witnessed, as the winner representing the GOP held a victory in the district of Virginia in the concluded elections. Since the resumption of Donald Trump in office, using…

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Trump bans illegal immigration

Trump Administration Vows to Ban Asylum for Illegal Migrants

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Migrants who cross the southern US border illegally will no longer be eligible for asylum, Trump administration has said. The new policy implies that if any citizen tries to enter the nation in an illicit way, he she’ will be deported immediately. The administration issuing a new law will be effective immediately, Friday. The same…

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Jeff Sessions: As per Robert Mueller's investigation
Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigns

Sessions Resignation Puts Mueller’s Investigation Under Threat

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Described as ‘Witch hunt’ or ‘No Collusion’ by Trump, him re-assuming power in 2020 has a lot ridding on Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s meddling during the 2016 election. As a result, to protect his reign, Trump has allegedly forced resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, top opposition Democrats have said. Nancy Pelosi, who leads…

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US mid term elections

Republicans might lose House of majority in the US elections

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As more and more GOP seats look vulnerable, Republicans fear that their House majority might be eliminated on Election Day. Democrats need to win only 23 seats and the House majority will be on their side. The party is favored by the nonpartisan Cook Political Report to flip 18 GOP seats. The other 29 Republican-held…

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Pressure grows on House GOP to denounce Steve King

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Enormous pressure on GOP leaders and the speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is rising day by day to take action against the Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) for his racially offensive comments and his open support for white nationalist candidates. The situation got to heat up just after the deadly shootout in the Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh…

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Claire McCaskill and Trump

Donald Trump Slams Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill’s Idea

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Donald Trump’s attributes cannot keep him away from the controversies, a habit, offering more comments than developments in the United States of America. As the mid-term election deadline approaches thick and fast, Trump has once again eroded out the controversy, blasting a democrat incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill, who has quoted some of President’s words to…

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Beto O’Rourke’s Campaign

How Beto O’Rourke’s Campaign Could Possibly Change the Fate of Texas’ Democrats in Senate’s Race

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Beto O’Rourke, the three-term Congressman from El Paso is running behind in the polls, despite raising an enormous amount of money and gathering huge crowds. His campaigns have been able to impress even the most silent and less enthusiastic observers. Republicans are voting early at a faster clip than O’Rourke’s fellow Democrats. Biggest fans of Beto O’Rourke…

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