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Trump is frustrated with Afghan war strategy recommendations

Since President Donald Trump’s inauguration in January, most military decisions have been deferred to the generals surrounding him. Trump has allowed them to use their military expertise to decide how his administration handles situations — until he was given recommendations on how to deal with the war in Afghanistan. According to military ...

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If you live in Illinois, you’ll begin celebrating ‘Barack Obama day’ next year

Illinois is honoring former President Barack Obama by establishing an annual state holiday in his name. WMAQ-TV reports that Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner, a Republican, signed a bill into law on Friday to establish August 4 — the same day as Obama’s birthday — as the Prairie State’s “Barack Obama ...

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Football fans accuse Miami Dolphins of being racist after they choose not to sig…

The Miami Dolphins took some heat over the weekend after they announced they were signing a seasoned quarterback to replace their injured starter instead of controversial QB Colin Kaepernick. The Miami football franchise announced Sunday they had signed 34-year-old Jay Cutler to a one year contract to replace injured franchise quarterback ...

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College launches course on ‘white identity politics’ in ‘Trumplandia’

Ivy League professor Carolyn Rouse wants to hear people’s firsthand accounts of how Donald Trump’s presidency is affecting the world. She launched a new project, known as “Trumplandia,” shortly after Trump’s election, so she could learn about today’s political landscape without relying on traditional news sources. Rouse is encouraging people to ...

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Mike Pence torches NY Times after they report he is running ‘shadow campaign’ to…

Vice President Mike Pence on Sunday pushed back at a New York Times story from the weekend that hinted his busy political schedule is a sign he is prepping to run for president in 2020. In a four paragraph statement posted to his official government Twitter account, Pence called the ...

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Twitter feud escalates: CNN analyst reports Dana Loesch to the feds

TheBlaze’s Dana Loesch recently filmed a video for the National Rifle Association where she called out the New York Times for their agenda-driven media coverage: We the people have had it with your narratives, your propaganda, your fake news. We’ve had it with your constant protection of your Democrat overlords, your ...

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Watch: Kellyanne Conway confirms Trump’s 2020 plans

Kellyanne Conway confirmed President Donald Trump’s plans to run for re-election in 2020 during a Sunday interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s “This Week.” “The president says privately and publicly, often, George, that he’ll be president for seven-and-a-half more years, so he plans on being a two-term president,” told Stephanopoulos. ...

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Alan Dershowitz completely destroys Maxine Waters after she called him ‘racist’ …

Liberal professor Alan Dershowitz unloaded on Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) on Sunday after the California Democrat labeled him a “racist.” It was revealed last week that FBI special counsel Robert Mueller has impaneled two grand juries in his investigation into Russian interference in last year’s election. The probe includes an ...

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John Kelly’s biggest pet peeve may change how President Trump operates

Now that John Kelly has taken over as White House chief of staff, the former commanding general wants to put a halt to President Donald Trump’s tweeting sprees that have left aides scrambling. According to officials in the West Wing, Kelly wants to change the White House’s organizational structure. He ...

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Australian city bans the building of a new synagogue — and the reason has people…

The Jewish community in Bondi, Australia, was shocked after the city council denied the construction of a new synagogue. According to the council, having a synagogue less than a mile from Bondi’s famous beaches could pose a terrorist threat to local residents and tourists. Even more shocking to them was the ...

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