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Trump: Ann Coulter is a ‘Wacky Nut Job’

President Trump called his former worried fan Ann Coulter a “Wacky Nut Job” in a tweet Saturday night, insisting that notwithstanding her critique he’s still “winning on a border.” Coulter tore into him on Fox News on Saturday for his ...

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UPDATE: Saturday afternoon serious threat

After examining a latest runs of information early Saturday morning, there have been some adjustments to a prior forecast.  As early as Friday afternoon, a timing was starting to change from what we were forecasting during a Friday morning show.  ...

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Michael Cohen can’t wait for jail so he’s rejecting pardons he was never offered

That Michael Cohen is proudly dogmatic he doesn’t wish a atonement from sovereign jail time doesn’t make him a favourite he thinks it does. The usually reason anyone would contend that, as Cohen did during his annoying testimony in front ...

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Dictators, antique rugs, and an ostrich coat: Paul Manafort’s life in a swamp

Before fasten President Trump’s debate to “drain a swamp” of Washington corruption, Paul Manafort polished a revolving doorway between important Republican politics and dictators who gave him millions of dollars. Now, a former Trump debate manager, 69, will trade 6 ...

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Anti-Muslim print joining Ilhan Omar to 9/11 sparks snub in West Virginia

An anti-Muslim print outward a cover of a West Virginia House of Delegates that secretly connected a Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar to a 9/11 militant attacks has drawn clever rebukes from internal and inhabitant lawmakers, while causing a abdication of ...

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Michael Cohen Grilled Over Possible Donald Trump Pardon in Private House and Senate Intelligence Committee Sessions

President Donald Trump’s former personal counsel Michael Cohen has been asked by members of Congress, in private, if he was ever concerned in discussions about a probable pardon. The Washington Post reported Cohen was quizzed by lawmakers on a House and ...

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U.S. to finish large-scale troops drills with South Korea

The U.S. infantry is scheming to announce that annual large-scale corner exercises conducted with South Korea each open will no longer be held, according to dual U.S. invulnerability officials. The vital U.S.-South Korea exercises are being curtailed as partial of ...

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Pakistan Frees Indian Pilot Who Was Beaten by a Mob and Then Served Tea

Pakistan retaliated on Wednesday by drifting planes opposite a limit into Indian atmosphere space. While Indian officials have not minute how Wing Commander Varthaman was shot down, Western officials pronounced they trust he was lured into a trap by Pakistani ...

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Federal Judge Orders Texas To End ‘Flawed’ Effort To ID Noncitizen Voters

Texas Secretary of State David Whitley during his acknowledgment conference in Austin. He addressed a recoil surrounding Texas’ efforts to find noncitizen electorate on voter rolls. Eric Gay/AP hide caption toggle caption Eric Gay/AP Texas Secretary of State David Whitley ...

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Doctor shot by studious in wheelchair in Florida VA hospital, FBI says

A alloy during a Florida sanatorium for veterans was shot by a patient, a double amputee in a wheelchair, as a studious was taken to a puncture room Wednesday evening, officials said. Larry Ray Bon, 59, of Michigan, non-stop glow ...

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