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  • Half of Democratic voters say Trump voters are 'racist': Rasmussen Reports survey

    While most voters overall don't consider supporters of President Trump to be racist, a new Rasmussen Reports survey released Wednesday, finds that half of Democrats perceive believe that. The poll found that 59% of likely U.S. voters disagree with the following statement — "Vote for Donald Trump, and you are

    The Washington Times
  • MSNBC reporter stunned by Latino response to Trump visit to El Paso

    An MSNBC correspondent expressed his bewilderment at the response from El Paso, Texas, resident to a visit from President Donald Trump in the wake of a horrible racially motivated attack. Jacob Soboroff said that many residents were "surprisingly positive" during the visit from the president on Wednesday. "Jacob, you've been in El Paso, talking to the community," said MSNBC anchor Ali Velshi. "What's the feeling there about the president's visit?" "Well, Ali, given the way that the...

  • Judge hints at okaying release of unredacted Mueller report while House plods on toward impeachment

    The investigations into Donald Trump's business dealings and ties to Russia currently being undertaken in the House of Representatives are basically the beginnings of an impeachment inquiry, without that label. They also could have just become much more fruitful, with a federal judge leaning toward removing the redactions in special counsel Robert Mueller's report. In oral arguments in Washington, D.C., Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Reggie Walton seemed to side with the attorneys...
  • Democrats Line Up Behind Impeachment Despite Mueller Testimony Dud, Voter Support Slippage

    More Democrat lawmakers are lining up behind impeachment of President Donald Trump, despite Robert Mueller's dud of a testimony last week.

  • Jerrold Nadler leads Democrats in filing lawsuit to look at redacted information in Mueller report

    Key House Democrats said last week their investigation into President Trump essentially has become an impeachment inquiry, as they hope to persuade a federal court to approve their request to see secret grand jury information. Legal analysts say it's a stretch. Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler on Friday led Democrats

    The Washington Times
  • Reports: Comey team covertly spied on new president; FBI ‘slow-rolling’ release of Strzok messages

    by WorldTribune Staff, July 30, 2019 The Department of Justice has evidence that ex-FBI Director James Comey was “running a covert operation” against President Donald Trump, an investigative report says. DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz “will soon file a report with evidence indicating that Comey was misleading the president,” sources told RealClearInvestigations. “Even as he repeatedly assured Trump that he was not a target, the former director was secretly trying to...

    World Tribune: Window on the Real World
  • The Democratic Debates Will Alienate Democratic Voters

    This week's Democratic debates have gone a long way toward betraying the expressed interests of Democratic Party voters. That's because they were a showcase for, in the words of countless news outlets, "progressives vs. moderates," with the progressives always holding the moral and ethical high ground, despite the fact that the majority of Democratic voters say they prefer far more moderate policies. Pity poor former Rep. John Delaney (D–Md.) for pointing out, correctly, that Sens. Elizabeth...