Tillerson: Assad’s Fate Still Up to Syrian People

In interviews with the Sunday network shows, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson indicated that last week’s strike against Syria did not necessarily mean the United States would move forward with more military action against the Assad regime. On ABC’s “This Week,” Tillerson said there has been “no change” to U.S. military plans in Syria, despite the strike that saw 59 ...

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Report: Trump May Fire Priebus and Bannon

According to a report in Axios published Friday, President Trump may be thinking about shaking things up in the White House. The site spoke to “aides and advisers” who said that Trump is unhappy about the constant infighting in the West Wing – a narrative we’ve seen reported by other news agencies, including Politico and the New York Times. After ...

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Syria Strike: World Leaders Praise Trump’s Bold Action

Russia criticized President Trump’s airstrikes against the Syrian military as an act of unwarranted “aggression,” and Syria’s Assad regime was not much kinder about them, but the rest of the international community had nothing but praise for the U.S. commander-in-chief. A day after the U.S. launched nearly 60 Tomahawk cruise missiles on a Syrian air base, our allies around the ...

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North Korea Gives President Trump His First Major Test

Our foreign foes like to test the resolve of the U.S. whenever there is a change of leadership, and right now Donald Trump is being tested by North Korea. On the eve of Trump’s meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, the Kim Jong Un regime reportedly fired another ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan. The launch not only preceded ...

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Susan Rice and Barack Obama Have Some Explaining to Do

In a shocking new twist to the Obama/Trump/Russia story, it was revealed Monday that former National Security Adviser Susan Rice asked intelligence agencies to “unmask” redacted names they caught on incidental surveillance. Those names, of course, were of American citizens aiding the Trump campaign and transition team. Eli Lake of Bloomberg Politics published the explosive details: The intelligence reports were ...

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Trump Leaves Rand Paul “Optimistic” About ACA Repeal

President Trump invited Kentucky Senator Rand Paul to the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia on Sunday to play a round with himself and White House Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, giving new life to the possibility of a Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Paul was harshly critical of the original bill, which was pulled ...

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Matt Drudge: We Must “Save” Donald Trump’s Presidency

In 2015, influential conservative Matt Drudge was one of the first opinion-makers to throw his support behind unlikely Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. While much of conservative media was treating Trump like a joke or an annoyance, the Drudge Report was painting the candidate in a positive light with beaming headlines and palpable enthusiasm. Soon, that enthusiasm caught on and ...

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Secretary Mattis: North Korea Has “Got to be Stopped”

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Friday that the U.S. and the United Nations had no choice but to come together on a plan to stop North Korea’s nuclear weapons program. At a London press conference, Mattis was asked about Iran, which the former general once said was the greatest threat facing the United States. But Mattis quickly pivoted to the ...

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Trump Still Hopeful for “Deal on Healthcare”

After reports indicated that Donald Trump was ready to move on from the repeal and replacement of Obamacare, the president said Tuesday that he was still optimistic about coming up with a plan that would work for everyone. “I know that we’re all going to make a deal on healthcare,” he said at a bipartisan reception at the White House. ...

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Rush Limbaugh: Why I Turned Ted Koppel Down

Sean Hannity is blasting Ted Koppel and CBS for editing his 45-minute interview down to only two minutes in an attempt to demonize him and the rest of conservative media. On his radio show, Rush Limbaugh said that while he wasn’t laying any blame on Hannity for the smear job, the veteran Fox News host probably should have known what ...

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