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Mia Love Concession

Mia Love: ‘I Don’t Believe That Minorities Really Trust Republicans’

Monday on MSNBC’s “The Beat,” outgoing Rep. Mia Love (R-UT) said she didn’t believe that minorities “really trust Republicans, trust that they actually care.” When asked if President Donald Trump has the “right approach,” with African American voters, Love said, “When you

Napolitano

Andrew Napolitano: Cohen Memo Suggests Prosecutors May Indict Trump

Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Newsroom,” network legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said a court filing regarding Michael Cohen meant federal prosecutors might indict President Donald Trump. Napolitano said, “This is the Southern District of New York. This is the

Kavanaugh, Roberts, Planned Parenthood

Brett Kavanaugh and John Roberts Reject Two Cases Involving Planned Parenthood

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to take cases involving Medicaid lawsuits, with Justices Thomas, Alito, and Gorsuch expressing concern that some of their colleagues – likely meaning John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh – are “abdicating our judicial duty” because the cases involve Planned Parenthood, which many Americans equate with abortion rights.

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The Candidates: Donald Trump Selecting Chief of Staff

President Donald Trump is interviewing candidates to serve as his new chief of staff after announcing Saturday that General John Kelly will leave the position at the beginning of next year.

james comey

James Comey Admits He Knew Democrats Financed ‘Pee’ Dossier Before FISA Warrant Signoff

In testimony, former FBI Director James Comey says that prior to signing a FISA application to obtain a warrant to conduct surveillance on Carter Page, a former adviser to President Trump’s 2016 campaign, Comey was aware that the dossier authored by former British spy Christopher Steele was financed by Democrats who opposed President Donald Trump.

Work for Food stamps

3.5 Million People Drop Off Food Stamps Under Trump

More than 3.5 million people have dropped off food stamps since President Donald Trump’s first full month in office, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).