Retiring Republican Congressmen open fire on Trump

As a number of Republican congressmen are expected to retire in a few weeks, they become more vocal about their criticism toward President Trump. Trump’s presidency is about to enter into its third year and Republican lawmakers who were once part of the #NeverTrump movement back in 2016 have gradually lost their influence. Although GOPRead More

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The Bush Family Offered an Olive Branch to President Trump

 Former President H.W. Bush, who died last Friday at the age of 94, was now laid to rest at his presidential library in Texas. His body reached U.S. Capitol earlier this week and stay underneath the dome of the Rotunda for several days. A state funeral was held on Wednesday at the National Cathedral. TheRead More

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Cohen Pleads Guilty to Fresh Charges and Promises to Work with Mueller on Russian Probe

On November 29th, Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, pleaded guilty to new charges that he lied about a real-estate deal involving Trump and the Russians back in 2016. In August, Cohen already pleaded guilty to eight federal charges. The main allegation concerned his payments to two women at Trump’s direction in order to silenceRead More

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Trading Between the U.S. and China Will Never be the Same

This weekend, President Trump and President Xi Jinping spoke after the G-20 Summit. In Buenos Aires, they had dinner together and President Trump said he would cancel a tariff increase planned for Jan 1, 2019, under the condition China purchases more farm and industrial goods from America. China and the U.S. will discuss alterations inRead More

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Jamal Khashoggi’s Private Messages Hint His Life was in Danger

Montreal-based activist, Omar Abdulaziz, shared his WhatsApp correspondence with Jamal Khashoggi to CNN. The two harbored misgivings about Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman so they took it upon themselves to start an online youth movement. Between October 2017 and August 2018, Khashoggi and Abdulaziz exchanged ideas on building a virtual army to rally young SaudisRead More

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Rare Leak Gives the Public a Glimpse into Mueller’s Next Moves

Conservative commentator, Jerome Corsi, leaked draft court filings from the Mueller investigation. Corsi is in possession of these draft documents because of a plea deal prosecutors offered to him. The GRU, Russia’s military intelligence agency, stole DNC campaign emails and documents. The GRU shared their finds with WikiLeaks. Mueller is investigating whether President Trump’s contacts,Read More

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Young Mother Impaled in Attempt to Climb Border Fence

The 26-year-old mother of two children is a Guatemalan native. She was accompanied by her children. One was three-years-old and the other was five. Per U.S. Customs and Border Control, she tried to scale a section of border fence on the U.S. and Mexico border near the San Ysidro Port of Entry. This section isRead More

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Senate Will Determine Sanctions on Saudi Arabia After Wednesday Briefing

Senior Trump Administration officials will brief senators on Wednesday, a briefing House members are denied. This briefing can affect senators’ decision to go forward with sanctions on Saudi Arabia during the end-of-year session. Many senators are no longer satisfied with doing nothing especially when the CIA concluded Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was responsible forRead More

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U.S. Imposes New Sanctions to Punish Iran and Syria

On Tuesday, Washington announced that it would impose additional sanctions on Iran and Syria for their alleged illicit oil trade scheme. Before the Tuesday action, U.S. sanctions against Iran allowed for a number of exemptions for medical products and devices. The new ban specifically punished Syrian citizen Mohammad Amer Alchiwiki and the Russian state-owned enterprise—GlobalRead More

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Mississippi’s 15-Week Abortion Law Ruled Unconstitutional by Federal Judge

On Tuesday, a federal judge blocked Mississippi’s abortion law—one of the most restrictive in the country. Judge Carlton Reeves decided that the law, which bans abortions after merely 15 weeks, “unequivocally” infringes on women’s constitutional rights and that its “professed interest in ‘women’s health’ is pure gaslighting.” The Mississippi law and the responding lawsuit setRead More

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