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How Successful was Trump’s First Oval Office Address?

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The first ever Oval Office prime-time address by Donald Trump’s was an interesting experience for him. However, the question is what did Americans have to say about their President’s speech? Tuesday night saw quite an unusual Oval Office address of all times, which Trump had picked for his obsession that is considered as “foolish” by…

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Virginia Court Chastises Politician for Blocking Critic on Facebook, Calls it Unconstitutional

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A Virginia federal appeals court recently passed a rule that seemed quite unusual to the politicians and even some lower courts. It reportedly ruled that politicians cannot block critics on social media networks. On Monday, the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals said that a Virginian politician, Phyllis Randall violated the constitution by blocking an…

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Is Border wall Obsession Making Trump an Irresponsible Leader?

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It seems as if the government shutdown in the United States wasn’t enough to satisfy President Donald Trump’s obsession with the Mexico border wall. The matter soared to a new level, where the President is considering going on new extremes to meet his demand. On Sunday, Trump announced that he might declare a national emergency,…

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Trump Administration and Democrats Remain Separated over Mexico Border Wall

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The Mexico border crisis remains on the peak for the Trump administration, which has always strongly stood against immigration, as it strives to construct a wall along the south boundary. On Sunday, the White House pushed its demand for construction of the Mexico border wall to impede illegal immigration, even if it calls for a…

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Amidst corruption allegations, Brenda Snipes resigns from Broward elections office

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Amidst corruption allegations, Brenda Snipes resigns from Broward elections office

Brenda Snipes, the supervisor of Elections for Broward County, Florida, resigned late Sunday night. Her resignation will be effective from January 2019. Snipes was appointed as the supervisor of elections in 2003 by Governor Jeb Bush, a Republican. She took over her predecessor Miriam Oliphant, who was removed from the office for fraud in handling…

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Kevin McCarthy to lead House Republicans as the new minority leader

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Kevin McCarthy to lead House Republicans

In a closed-door meeting of House Republicans on Wednesday, Rep. Kevin McCarthy was elected as the House minority leader. Once the speaker Paul Ryan leaves Capitol Hill in January after completing his term, McCarthy will be in a position to lead House GOP members. The California Republican was longshot challenged by Rep. Jim Jordan from…

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Rihanna disapproves of her music being played at Trump rallies

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Rihanna disapproves of her music being played at Trump rallies

Right before President Donald Trump’s appearance at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on Sunday night, pop star Rihanna’s “Don’t Stop the Music” was played. But when Rihanna learned that her 2007 hit was played, she took to Twitter to show disapproval of her songs being featured at Trump rallies. Phillip Rucker, political analyst covering the…

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Worthy Takeaways from First Virginia’s Senate Race Debate

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Worthy Takeaways from First Virginia’s Senate Race Debate

The first and only debate for the critical Virginia’s Senate race between Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin (W.Va.) and Republican West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey took place on Thursday night. Manchin and Morrisey debated about everything from healthcare to immigration. Though the hour-long debate largely revolved around their support for President Donald Trump and 2016 Democratic presidential…

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Fourth of July 2018: US Independence Day celebrated the Virginian way!

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The Fourth of July, US Independence Day, concluded with glorious fireworks displays and parades across the country. President Donald Trump celebrated the 242nd anniversary of the nation’s sovereignty, by hosting White House’s annual picnic in the South Lawn, honoring the military families. Joe Manchin III, the US Senator who represents West Virginia, issued a statement…

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