McCain Invites Obama, Bush but Not Trump to Funeral

Arizona Senator John McCain does not want President Trump to attend his funeral it was revealed this week. Members of McCain’s family contacted the White House to request that Trump skip the event, but invited Vice President Mike Pence to attend. Senator McCain was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer, Glioblastoma, last year […]

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Plan to Denuclearize Not Because of U.S., North Korea Says

North Korea’s plan to denuclearize was not the result of pressure from the United States, the country’s news agency announced this week, adding that the U.S. was intentionally misleading the public by claiming otherwise. The U.S. government has repeatedly claimed North Korea’s decision to denuclearize was the result of imposed sanctions and a “maximum pressure” […]

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President’s Doctor Claims Health Letter is Fake

President Donald Trump’s doctor, Harold Bornstein, has admitted that the 2015 health letter he wrote for the then-presidential-candidate Donald Trump was dictated by Trump himself. The letter drew scrutiny for having similar speech patterns as that of Trump’s, with language like “the best ever” and “extraordinary.” Dr. Bornstein claimed in a 2015 interview however, that […]

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President Trump Paves Way for Welfare Work Requirements

President Donald Trump signed an executive order last week that allows federal and state agencies to make changes to their welfare programs. The measure also allows states more flexibility in deciding their own welfare laws. “Since its inception, the welfare system has grown into a large bureaucracy that might be susceptible to measuring success by […]

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Medication-Based Treatment for Opioids to be Increased

The opioid epidemic continues to be a high priority for the U.S. government. Not only is that evident by the $1 billion opioid-treatment grant added to last month’s spending bill that kept the government running, but also by President Donald Trump’s own comments on how he plans to combat the issue. “We’re making medically assisted […]

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Mueller Has Evidence Cohen was in Prague

Two sources familiar with the Justice Department’s investigation into Russia interference in the U.S. 2016 presidential election, say that special counsel Robert Mueller now has evidence that Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, made a secret trip to Prague in the summer of 2016. Cohen, who is currently being investigated for bank fraud and had […]

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Trump Pardons Former Dick Cheney Aide Scooter Libby

President Trump has pardoned Scooter Libby, the former Chief of Staff of Vice President Dick Cheney. Libby was convicted in 2007 of perjury and obstruction of justice in relation to the case of a leaked CIAs operative’s identity, Valerie Plame. Then-President George W. Bush commuted Libby’s thirty-month prison sentence, but did not grant him a […]

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James Comey Critical of Donald Trump In New Book

Fired FBI Director, James Comey, is set to release his new book, A Higher Loyalty on April 17th and excerpts of the book attained by The Associated Press and other news outlets are already making headlines. The book is highly critical of President Trump. The book recounts all of the high stakes situations that Comey […]

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President Trump Warns Russian Ahead Of Possible Air Strike Against Syria

President Donald Trump took to Twitter yesterday to warn Russia to prepare for possible airstrikes against Syria. Russia is Syria largest benefactor. “Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and ‘smart!’ You shouldn’t be partners with a Gas Killing […]

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