Turkey threatens EU with new surge

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned that he will let hundreds of thousands of migrants travel on to Europe if pushed by the EU. He was reacting to a non-binding vote by the European Parliament to freeze talks on EU membership for Turkey.

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Erdogan, Putin discuss Syria as Turkish-backed rebels push to al-Bab

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan discussed an attack on Turkish troops in Syria with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Friday as Turkish-backed rebels pressed an offensive to take the Syrian city of al-Bab from ISIS.

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Podesta Group Launching ‘Aggressive Accountability’ Op Against Trump

According to the Washington Examiner a progressive group founded by Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta has announced it’s launching an “aggressive accountability operation” against President-elect Donald Trump.

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Iran’s Khamenei Threatens Response if U.S. Extends Sanctions

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei threatened a response Wednesday if the U.S. extends sanctions against his country for another 10 years, just days after the House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly in favor of an extension.

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Newt: I Want to Be Trump’s ‘Senior Planner’

Monday Newt Gingrich reiterated his desire to be a “senior planner” for President-elect Donald Trump, above the fray of the day-to-day grind of being an official member of the Cabinet. “I’ve told the President-elect for months that I want to do is sort of be a senior planner,” Gingrich told reporters. “We have 4,000 political appointees in the executive branch.

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Trump’s pro-Second Amendment platform could end gun sales boom

President-elect Donald Trump is expected to push to relax gun laws when he takes office, but significant changes in the firearms industry began as soon as he was elected – and some put the law of unintended consequences squarely in the cross hairs.

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Billionaire Carl Icahn Weighs Official Role With Trump

Billionaire financier Carl Icahn is weighing whether he will take a position with the new administration as an adviser on economic matters, the FOX Business Network has learned. No one knows if Icahn, an early Donald Trump supporter, would take an official position with the incoming Trump White House or remain an informal adviser on economic matters as he has done through the President-elect’s campaign, according to two sources with direct knowledge of Icahn’s thinking.

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Baltimore closes in on toy gun ban

Liberals are brain dead. If nannies on the City Council have their way, you can still own guns in Baltimore, just nothing that looks like them. Council Bill 16-0761, which passed its second round of voting on Nov. 14, would ban the possession of toy or replica guns in Baltimore that could be “reasonably perceived as a firearm.”

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Obama says he’ll speak out against Trump if he thinks US ideals are at risk

Sunday Odummy said he doesn’t intend to become his successor’s constant critic — but reserved the right to speak out if President-elect Donald Trump or his policies breach certain “values or ideals.”

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Schumer hints of compromise with Trump, but not on ObamaCare

Well suck it up Schumer, we still won’t buy it. President-elect Donald Trump is perhaps looking for a Democratic political ally in Sen. Chuck Schumer, considering the native New Yorkers’ long-time acquaintance. But the new Senate minority leader on Sunday made clear his limitations about any bipartisan efforts with the next president — especially on ObamaCare or easing banking regulations.

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