What Next After the U.S. Withdrawal from the Iran Deal?

President Trump withdrew the United States from the Iran nuclear deal last week, his main complaint being that it was a poorly negotiated deal that didn’t include important provisions. The President would like to see the deal expanded to include Iran’s non-nuclear, ballistic missile program as well as their alleged state sponsoring of terror in […]

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President Trump Goes After Drug Companies

President Trump has announced his long-awaited plan to make drug prices more affordable. Speaking from the White House Rose Garden, the President assailed drug companies as long profiting, unfairly he says, off of the American people. “The drug lobby is making an absolute fortune at the expense of American consumers. We are putting American patients […]

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GOP Senators Ask to Cancel August Recess

GOP Senators are asking Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to expand their work schedule in order to accomplish outstanding work items. They’re asking, specifically, for McConnell to cancel the August recess, one of the most anticipated breaks of the year for Senators. “Our current Senate calendar shows only 33 potential working days remaining before the […]

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World Reaction to Trump’s Decision to Withdraw from Iran Deal

The world has reacted to President Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the nuclear deal with Iran. The leaders of France, the U.K. and Germany issued a joint statement expressing concern over the U.S.’ decision. “It is with regret and concern that we, the Leaders of France, Germany and the United Kingdom […]

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John Kerry Working in the Shadows to Keep Iran Deal Alive

Former Secretary of State John Kerry has been working over the last several months to drum up support for the United States’ remaining in the Iran nuclear deal, according to The Boston Globe. Kerry, according to the Globe, has met with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif to forge a strategy that would keep the international […]

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White House: China Airline Demands “Orwellian”

China’s Civil Aviation Administration sent a letter this week to thirty-six foreign carriers, including airlines in the United States, demanding the removal of any reference to Taiwan, Hong Kong or Macau being independent of China. The White House responded to the letter calling the demands “Orwellian.” “President Donald J. Trump ran against political correctness in […]

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Giuliani Says President Doesn’t Have to Comply with Mueller Subpoena

Former NYC Mayor and current attorney for the President, Rudy Giuliani, said today that President Trump does not have to comply with a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller’s office, if one were issued, and may possibly invoke the Fifth Amendment if he were to speak with Mueller. Giuliani made the statements this morning on […]

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Presidential Lawyer Gains Access to $774K During Election

The President’s attorney, Michael Cohen, gained access to $774,000 in cash and credit during the height of the presidential campaign in 2016, records reveal. Speculation is high that the funds were part of an effort to head off any negative publicity that might affect the campaign of then-candidate Donald Trump. On February 24, 2016, according […]

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