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Trump in Mexico: We Have Right to Build Wall

Donald Trump and Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto met in Mexico City, Mexico on Wednesday afternoon and issued joint statements at a press conference, where Trump declared each country has a right to build a wall on its border.

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Trump’s Triumph in Mexico: Wall Now, Payment Later

Trump re-framed the entire discussion about the border. By saying that the payment for the wall was a topic for later discussion, Trump implied that there was agreement about the wall itself — and President Nieto did not contradict him.

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Exclusive – Breitbart/Gravis Arizona Presidential Poll: Trump 44%, Clinton 40% with Johnson 8%, Stein 1%

In Arizona, Republican nominee for president Donald J. Trump leads Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton with 44 percent of the electorate to the former first lady’s 40 percent, while Libertarian Gary Johnson is at 8 percent and Green Party nominee Dr. Jill Stein is at one percent, according to the Breitbart News Network and Gravis Marketing poll of 1,244 likely Arizona voters conducted Aug. 27.

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Activist Abducted in Venezuela Is Latest in String of Political Prisoners

The Popular Will Party is the largest opposition party in Venezuela and other party activists have been kidnapped by the government earlier this year. The kidnapping was first announced by David Smolansky, the mayor of El Hatillo, a municipality of Caracas, on Twitter: “[He] was kidnapped at 9:30 a.m. by an armed group. He’s missing!”

A memorial of 32 granite blocks representing each of the people killed by Cho Seung-Hui at Virginia Tech is seen April 15, 2008 in Blacksburg, Virginia. The man said he knew two of the students and one of the teachers killed in the massacre. The one-year anniversary of the worst school shooting in US history is tomorrow. (Photo by

Virginia Tech Shooting Survivor Backs Texas Campus Carry: ‘The Police Were Not Fast Enough’

According to The College Fix, Roland is now a Ph.D. candidate in U.S. history at UT. He said the “worst situation is to have no defense back” when an attacker opens fire. Reflecting on the April 16, 2007 Virginia Tech attack–where 32 innocents were shot and killed in a gun-free zone–Roland said, “The police were not fast enough and 32 people died.”

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Obama Appoints Puerto Rico Control Board after Bond Default

The Obama administration has picked seven people to serve on a financial control board overseeing the restructuring of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico’s $70 billion debt burden and $43 billion unfunded pension liability. Under congressional legislation signed after the island