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Donald Trump Urges Democrats to Avoid Potential Partial Government Shutdown

The president described Democrats as “absolute hypocrites,” highlighting clips from Sen. Chuck Schumer, former President Barack Obama, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talking about their support for border security and their opposition to illegal immigration.

An Iraqi man waves his national flag in Baghdad's Tahrir Square on December 10, 2017, during a gathering celebrating the end of the three-year war against the Islamic State (IS) group

Top U.S. General: Iran-Backed Militias in Iraq a Threat to U.S. Forces

Some factions from the Baghdad-sanctioned umbrella organization for mainly Tehran-allied Shiite militia groups known as the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) are helping Iran expand its nefarious activities in Iraq, a top U.S. Department of State (DOS) official indicated this week.

Republicans and Democrats sealed a deal on Capitol Hill to reopen the federal government

Richard Shelby: Congress Approaching Government Shutdown

Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Richard Shelby (R-AL) said on Thursday that America might face a partial government shutdown, noting that Congress has yet to strike a deal on funding a border wall along America’s southern border.

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2020: Kamala Harris Announces Book Tour

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) on Wednesday announced an upcoming book tour for two of her books—The Truths We Hold and Superheroes Are Everywhere, a children’s book.

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2020: Dems Jab Kamala Harris: ‘Very Hillary-Like’

Some Democrats angling to work for Sen. Kamala Harris’s potential 2020 primary opponents may try to argue that Harris is like Hillary Clinton and will be unable to emotionally connect with voters to win the White House. 

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Rep. Lamar Smith: Google Will Have ‘Dramatic Impact’ on Elections

Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) joined Breitbart News Daily on Thursday to talk about Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s recent hearing in front of the House Judiciary Committee. Smith said that if Google continues on the same course, it will end up “skewing elections.”