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Trump Cancels Lunch With Pelosi: She’s “Chosen to Tear This Nation Apart”

The annual St. Patrick’s Day lunch has been a bipartisan tradition in Washington going back to 1987, but this will be the first year in three decades that neither the president nor the vice president will attend the event. In the latest sign that the relationship between President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has completely imploded, the president ...

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Rep. Dan Crenshaw Blows Up Democrat-Fueled Coronavirus Myths

There’s a great deal of misinformation going around about the coronavirus, and while some of it is just your usual ignorance and social media nonsense, a lot of it is specifically designed and targeted to make President Trump look bad. On Saturday, Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) took to Twitter to debunk the worst of these falsehoods in an effort to ...

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Trump Promises That Biden/Ukraine “Will Be a Major Issue” in Campaign

In comments to Fox News on Wednesday night, President Donald Trump promised that if Joe Biden secures the Democratic nomination, his dealings with Ukraine during the Obama administration will be thoroughly examined and discussed during the general election. Biden, who has come under scrutiny for demanding a Ukrainian prosecutor resign while said prosecutor was investigating the energy company the vice ...

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Trump Campaign Sues Washington Post for “100 Percent False” Statements

A little over a week since announcing a lawsuit against The New York Times for a libelous opinion piece from last year, the Trump campaign filed a second lawsuit against the Washington Post on similar grounds. The campaign alleges that WaPo published untrue statements about the supposed collusion between Trump and Russia, and they are suing for “million of dollars” ...

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Charlottesville Will No Longer Celebrate Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday

You know, President Trump really is a genius. A few days after the chaos in Charlottesville, Trump held an instantly-infamous press conference where he said, among other things, that there were “very fine people on both sides.” The media, dishonest to the last drop, immediately ran with the incorrect story that Trump had called neo-Nazis “very fine people,” when in ...

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Black Students Up in Arms After White Choir Sings Negro Spirituals

A new racial controversy is brewing at Western Michigan University. In what is surely a very serious matter and not at all a trivial concern for students who have nothing better to do, the school’s Black Student Union is at war with the administration after (horror!) a “mostly white” choir had the temerity to sing old Negro spirituals. The union ...

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Biden Takes South Carolina, but Bernie May Be Too Far Ahead

Former Vice President Joe Biden made personal history on Saturday night when he won his first primary state – in history. Yes, even though this is Biden’s third try at winning the Democratic nomination, his win in South Carolina marks the first time he’s ever shown any particular signs of life among the electorate. Biden’s win also gave temporary life ...

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Russia Hoax: Trump Files Major Libel Lawsuit Against New York Times

In one the president’s biggest direct counterattacks against the fake news media, Donald Trump’s campaign filed a major lawsuit against The New York Times on Wednesday over a libelous column that accused the president of colluding with Moscow. The lawsuit, which seeks “millions” in damages for the defamatory column, was filed in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan. Central ...

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Biden Hits Bernie: Castro Remarks “Part of a Larger Pattern”

Well, at long last it seems that the other Democratic nominees for president are starting to notice that Bernie Sanders is running away with the race. With (very) limited time to play catch-up, Bernie’s opponents are shifting into high-gear, training their attacks on the socialist cult leader currently on a clear highway towards the nomination. First out of the gate ...

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