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  • It's official. Trump returning to Jersey this weekend.

    The president last visited his Bedminster golf club in August. President Donald Trump is heading back to New Jersey. The official White House schedule has Trump flying into Newark Airport Friday night after a campaign-style rally in Springfield, Missouri, one of the states Trump carried in 2016 and home of a competitive Senate race this fall. The president will then head to his golf club in Bedminster for the weekend, his first visit in a month. Until now, the only...

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  • President Trump On Brett Kavanaugh: “I Think Everything Is Going To Be Just Fine”

    President Donald Trump held a giant rally Thursday night at the Las Vegas Convention Center, his first since canceling a series of rallies last week because of Hurricane Florence. The rally happened as his pick for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, faces unexpected turbulence from a last-minute revelation of possible sexual misconduct in high school. A somewhat hoarse Trump briefly touched on the issue, noting, “I’m not saying anything about anybody else – but Brett…

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  • Google employees considered manipulating search results to help protest Trump's travel ban (GOOG, GOOGL)

    In early 2017, an undisclosed number of Google employees discussed via internal messages ways that they could manipulate search results in protest of President Trump's travel ban, reports the Wall Street Journal. They suggested surfacing links to pro-immigration organizations and ways to contact government agencies when you searched for terms like "Islam" or" "Muslim."  Google told the Journal that none of the plans were implemented.  An undisclosed number of Google workers considered ways to...

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  • WATCH: Trump calls Florence 'one of the wettest ever'

    President Donald Trump thanked first responders in a Twitter video where he described Florence as "tough" one of the "wettest" hurricanes ever.

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  • How long can Trump restrain himself?

    A look at how Republicans are reacting to Ford's sexual assault accusations against Kavanaugh

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  • Trump regrets not firing Comey when Obama was still in office: 'I should have fired him the day I won the primaries'

    Drew Angerer/Getty Images President Donald Trump regrets not firing former FBI director, James Comey, earlier.  In an interview with the Hill, Trump said he should have fired Comey "right after the [Republican] convention" — even though he would have only had the power to do so once he became President. "I would have been better off firing him or putting out a statement that I don't want him there when I get there," said Trump.  President Donald Trump displayed a deep misunderstanding of his...

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  • APPLE escapes China tariff hit for now, but threats loom...

    The latest round of tariffs that US President Donald Trump has imposed on China appeared to largely spare Apple and other consumer electronics makers but they face increasing threats from the deepening trade war between the two economic giants. US officials on Monday slapped the tariffs on $200 billion

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  • North Korea's Kim says summit with Trump stabilised region, sees more progress

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said on Tuesday his "historic" summit with U.S. President Donald Trump in Singapore stabilised regional security, and that he expected further progress at an inter-Korean summit aimed at reviving stalled nuclear diplomacy. Kim thanked South Korea's President

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  • Gary Cohn says Jamie Dimon would be a 'phenomenal' and 'spectacular' president

    Gary Cohn, the former National Economic Council director and the ex-president of Goldman Sachs, said JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon would be a phenomenal president.  Dimon said at an event last Wednesday that he would beat President Donald Trump in an election, then walked back his comments in a statement shortly after.  The president's job is "in many respects very similar" to running a complex, multinational firm, Cohn said.  JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon would be ideal for the presidency, according to...

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  • Two Koreas hold high-stakes summit with nuclear talks in jeopardy...

    South Korea's President Moon Jae-in is set to cross the heavily militarised border on Tuesday for his third summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, seeking to cement a breakthrough in faltering nuclear talks between Pyongyang and Washington. The inter-Korean summit will be a litmus test for

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  • Manafort went ‘above and beyond’ with plea deal, says ex-federal prosecutor

    Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort went "above and beyond" with his plea deal on Friday with special counsel Robert Mueller's team, according a former federal prosecutor.Joseph Moreno, who was a special a...

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  • White House Says Woman Accusing Kavanaugh of Sexual Misconduct Should ‘Be Heard’

    The White House is advocating that a woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault should “be heard.” “This woman should not be... Read More The post White House Says Woman Accusing Kavanaugh of Sexual Misconduct Should ‘Be Heard’ appeared first on The Daily Signal.

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  • President Donald Trump Tweetstorm – The Sunday Edition

    It’s Sunday morning, time for coffee, a bagel, and the morning news. President Donald Trump may not be partaking of the first two, but he’s definitely watching the news. The Commander-in-Tweet gave a shout-out to Maria Bartiromo of Fox’s Sunday Morning Futures show on Fox for backing up his earlier tweet on the Robert Mueller witch hunt. “This show is MANDATORY watching if you want to understand the massive governmental corruption and the Russian hoax,” tweeted the…

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  • President Donald Trump Tweetstorm – The Saturday Edition

    Maybe the President was too busy worrying about Hurricane Florence. Or maybe it was Hurricane Maria. Or maybe he said everything that needed to be said in his unusually lengthy Friday night tweetstorm. In any event, despite being later than usual, the Commander-in-Tweet finally got around to talking to the nation on his favorite platform late on Saturday afternoon. Beyond an update on the Florence rain situation in the Carolinas, the president gave a shout-out to some…

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  • Rally in Washington Will Urge Disillusioned Democrats, Leftists to 'Walk Away'

    The founder of the movement that showcases stories of why people are walking away from leftist ideology and the Democratic Party is bringing a march... Read More The post Rally in Washington Will Urge Disillusioned Democrats, Leftists to ‘Walk Away’ appeared first on The Daily Signal.

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  • After a month's absence, Trump is returning to Jersey

    A Federal Aviation Administration advisory forecasts a presidential visit to Bedminster the weekend of Sept. 21-23. WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump's month-long absence from the Garden State is expected to end next weekend. Trump, who last visited his Bedminster golf club over the weekend of Aug. 17-19, is expected to be there again Sept. 21-23. While the White House has not announced Trump's schedule, the Federal Aviation Administration has announced a "VIP...

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  • 10 Companies Already Hurt by President Trump's Tariffs

    If steep tariffs on goods imported into the United States are only part of a negotiating tactic from President Donald Trump, he certainly has committed to his bluff. Trump's tariffs - the first of which went into effect in early July and prompted an immediate, equivalent response from America's trade partners, including China - have been left in place long enough to start taking a measurable toll on American bottom lines. Most consumers and even most investors have yet to see or feel their...

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  • Trump and Kim shake hands for a historic first

    President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shook hands in Sentosa Island, Singapore on Tuesday ahead of the first summit between a sitting US president and a North Korean leader. … Click to Continue

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  • NFL Owner Blasts President Trump On His National Anthem Stance

    Carolina Panthers owner and hedge fund mogul David Tepper has slammed President Trump regarding his national anthem protests stance. Speaking to CNBC, Tepper – who bought the Panthers for $2.2 billion in May – said the attacks on players who protest during the national anthem is "the biggest pile of bull-dinky ever." Although Tepper didn’t specifically name President Trump, it was clear whom he was talking about, referring to “Howdy-Doody” and “the red-headed guy in DC”…

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  • NFL Owner Blasts President Trump On His National Anthem Stance

    Carolina Panthers owner and hedge fund mogul David Tepper has slammed President Trump regarding his national anthem protests stance. Speaking to CNBC, Tepper – who bought the Panthers for $2.2 billion in May – said the attacks on players who protest during the national anthem is "the biggest pile of bull-dinky ever." Although Tepper didn’t specifically name President Trump, it was clear whom he was talking about, referring to “Howdy-Doody” and “the red-headed guy in DC”…

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  • Legendary Navy SEAL Bill McRaven followed his viral Trump rebuke by resigning from a top Pentagon panel

    Retired Navy SEAL Adm. William McRaven stepped down from a defense advisory role just four days after issuing a stirring rebuke against President Trump. McRaven's criticism was a response to the president's threats against former CIA director John Brennan. Trump has threatened to revoke security clearances of several former national security officials, an act McRaven labeled as a "McCarthy-era" tactic. The Navy SEAL admiral who challenged President Donald Trump to revoke his security clearance...

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  • The ‘First Man’ Team Remain Unfazed By Donald Trump’s Criticisms: “We Encourage The President To Come See The Film” – Toronto Studio

    After opening the Venice Film Festival to largely positive reviews, Damien Chazelle was keen to share the love for his Neil Armstrong biopic First Man by bringing screenwriter Josh Singer, cinematographer Linus Sandgren and production designer Nathan Crowley with him when he dropped by the Deadline studio at the Toronto Film Festival. Acknowledging that the film was something of a departure for him, after the 2016 Oscar favorite La La Land, Chazelle suggested that the…

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  • Trump tweets disdain for claims that Hurricane Maria killed almost 3,000 in Puerto Rico

    In a pair of Thursday morning Tweets, U.S. President Donald Trump disputed that Puerto Rico’s death toll from Hurricane Maria approached 3,000. Trump Maria dispute tweet 1 Trump Maria death … Click to Continue

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  • Poll: More Americans favor Mueller's handling of Russia probe than Trump's

    More Americans approve of special counsel Robert Mueller's handling of the Russia investigation than President Trump's, according to a new poll.Fifty percent of respondents ...

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