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WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 31: U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the beginning of a meeting with Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and other government cyber security experts in the Roosevelt Room at the White House January 31, 2017 in Washington, DC. Citing the hack of computers at the Democratic National Committee by Russia, Trump said that the private and public sectors must do more to prevent and protect against cyber attacks. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

WSJ: President Trump Working Around John Kelly

When President Donald Trump hired former four-star general John Kelly as his chief of staff, the expectation was that a military man would bring order to the White House as it found its footing as a new administration.

Washington Post Against Enforcing Logan Act Before It Was For It

The Washington Post, whose pages include numerous articles supporting the idea that President Donald Trump violated the Logan Act before his inauguration, once dismissed the law in an editorial as an irrelevant atavism when used to criticize the acts of prominent Democratic officeholders.

Vox, Esquire Clash over ‘Normalizing’ Impeachment

The left side of the new media spectrum is furiously debating the question of whether, in the absence of any actual “treason, bribery, and other high crimes and misdemeanors,” or even any violations of the Constitution, President Donald Trump should face impeachment merely because the opposition does not like him.

Veteran Conservative Journalist, Terror Expert Bridget Johnson Booted from Twitter

Add Pajama Media’s Bridget Johnson to the list of those summarily silenced by Twitter’s ongoing purge of conservative voices. According to her employer, Johnson, a long-time journalist with established bylines at, among others, USA Today, the Hill, Politico, NPR, and the Jerusalem Post, was removed from Twitter over the weekend without warning, cause or explanation.

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CNN’s Tapper: The President Is ‘Prone to Twisting the Truth’

Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” host Jake Tapper said President Donald Trump ” was prone to twisting the truth when defending himself.” Tapper said, “This morning President Trump is focused squarely on discrediting the Russia investigation. He was up

ABC Suspends Brian Ross Four Weeks Without Pay

Late Saturday, ABC News announced it was suspending network investigative reporter Brian Ross four weeks without pay for an inaccurate report that aired Friday. The report claimed Donald Trump had directed his eventual National Security Adviser Michael Flynn to contact

Woodson: Enemies of Trump Killing Competition in D.C. Swamp

The swamp is undermining the Trump agenda on so many fronts. Right now, swamp creatures have provided the enemies of President Donald J. Trump a monopoly over government information technology (IT) in a way that will embolden Trump’s enemies. It is time for the president’s loyal appointees to shut off the spigot of government contracts to the same liberal billionaires who did everything they could to stop #MAGA.