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Trump Blasts Media at 100-Day Rally in Pennsylvania

President Trump, showing just how different his tenure in the White House is than his predecessors, chose to spend the evening of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner with supporters in Pennsylvania rather than the Washington elite. To the inevitable scorn of the media, Trump held a rally in Harrisburg to talk about his first 100 days and assure the public ...

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Liberal Nazis Shut Down Portland Parade

Left-wing (and Left Coast) fascists really had a field day last week. First, their threats of violence succeeded in getting a scheduled Ann Coulter speech canceled at UC Berkeley. And, perhaps even more disturbingly, they then managed to shut down an entire community parade in Portland, Oregon. Thanks to a threatening email from anonymous Lib-Nazis, the organizers of the 82nd ...

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Trump Lashes Out at Ridiculous Sanctuary City Ruling

In statements from both the White House and President Donald Trump himself, the administration blasted a court ruling in San Francisco that blocked the president’s executive order that threatens to withhold federal grant money from sanctuary cities. As a result of the injunction, Trump is not allowed to take these funds from cities who refuse to comply with federal immigration ...

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Republicans to Trump: Sign Religious Liberty Order

It was reported in February that President Trump was on the verge of signing an executive order that would have reversed his predecessor’s LGBT protections for federal workers, but he backed away at the last minute. Some have speculated that he pulled back at the behest of his daughter, Ivanka, whose progressive tendencies are not well hidden. Others believe that ...

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U.S., Japan, and China Align to Stop North Korea

President Trump reportedly made phone calls to Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday morning as the aggressive rhetoric coming out of North Korea continued to accelerate. With the Kim Jong Un regime apparently prepared to launch an ICBM in another show of military force, Trump spoke to the Asian leaders in an effort to ...

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Comey Didn’t Trust DOJ to Actually Investigate Clinton

According to a new feature story in The New York Times, FBI Director James Comey had grave reservations about the leadership at the Justice Department when it came to properly investigating Hillary Clinton. The Times reports that Comey suspected that then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and other senior DOJ officials were more interested in giving Hillary political cover than getting to ...

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Sessions Blasts Judges Who Blocked Immigration Ban

In an interview with conservative radio host Mark Levin on Wednesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he was taken aback by the politically-motivated judges around the country who had blocked President Trump’s immigration ban. “We’ve got cases moving in the very, very liberal Ninth Circuit – who has been hostile to the order,” Sessions said. “We won a case in ...

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Trump: Obama was “Outplayed” By Kim Jong Un

In an interview with Ainsley Earhardt of the “Fox & Friends” TV show, President Donald Trump said that previous administrations had been taken down the primrose path by the North Korean regime. He said that the U.S. would no longer sit back and wait for Kim Jong Un to become a nuclear threat to the entire world. “I don’t want ...

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Trump: Terrorism Threatens Religious Freedom Everywhere

In celebration of Easter, President Trump directed his weekly address to the victims of ISIS bombings in Egypt, two of which claimed lives in Coptic Christian churches last weekend. In his speech, Trump emphasized the threat ISIS poses to religious freedom all over the world. “This Easter Sunday, Christians celebrate the resurrection of Christ and the promise of eternal salvation,” ...

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Can Anything Cool the Tensions Between the U.S. and North Korea?

North Korea’s vice foreign minister told the Associated Press Friday that President Trump was guilty of building up tensions between Washington and Pyongyang and “making trouble” with his confrontational tweets. Han Song Ryol also said that the Kim Jong Un regime would not hesitate to “go to war” if the U.S. were to engage the DPRK with military force. “If ...

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