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Push Trump off the Cliff

Have you ever wanted to just push President Donald Trump over a cliff?  A new website is giving you the opportunity to do so playfully. The website: http://www.pushtrumpoffacliffagain.com is comedic website with several options to get rid of our nation’s president: …

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President Elect Donald Trump’s “shenanigans” with the Taiwanese

Friday President elect Donald Trump accepted a phone call from Taiwanese President, Tsai Ing-wen, and tweeted about it: “The President of Taiwan CALLED ME today to wish me congratulations on winning the Presidency. Thank you!” China views Taiwan as a …

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Former Governor Sonny Perdue meets with Trump’s transition team

Former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue will be meeting with Trump’s transition team.  Rumor has it that Perdue is being considered as the Secretary of Agriculture position, but Perdue would not confirm such rumor. Perdue was a strong supporter of Trump …

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Atlanta mayoral candidate thinks of himself as well educated and White privilege

Have you ever wondered what will it be like to be a privileged, well-educated White man in Atlanta?  Well Atlanta mayoral candidate, Peter Aman, wants to show city of Atlanta residents what it is like, and how he can be …

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The False Prophecy of Mark Burns

A small town preacher, but a growing political ally of Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, is gaining unwanted publicity for his recent interview with CNN regarding his biography.  During his interview with CNN, Burns was confronted by reporter, Victor Blackwell, about various …

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Bill Clinton responds to Black Lives Matter protesters

   

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Ben Stein says Donald Trump’s ideas are wacky

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Brother of the late Medgar Evers endorses Donald Trump

As Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, gains more and more ground to successfully seal the Republican nomination.  More and more supporters of Trump are coming out to publicly endorse him. Surprisingly, the brother of the late civil rights activist, Medgar …

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Congress proposes to revoke Bill Cosby’s 2002 Medal of Freedom

As dozens of women’s sexual assault accusations against Bill Cosby picked up steam in the past few years, there have been calls to revoke the Medal of Freedom that President George W. Bush hung around the comedian’s neck in 2002. …

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President Obama Tears Up as He Announces Gun Control

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