Monthly Archives: November, 2016

Trump goes to NJ to talk with Romney, Christie, others

President-elect Donald Trump this weekend moved his operation to fill top administration posts and talk with Republican party elders to his private New Jersey golf club, meeting with arch-critic Mitt Romney, who purportedly is being considered for secretary of state.

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Retired Gen. James Mattis eyed as Trump’s possible pick for defense secretary

It’s beginning to look like Trump may have decided on his pick for Defense Secretary, retired Marine Gen. James Mattis was a “very strong candidate” for a Cabinet post. The retired general was one of several people who met with Trump in New Jersey during the day on Saturday. Trump wouldn’t say whether he was offering Mattis a job, saying “we’ll see.” But as they posed for cameras before sitting down for their meeting, Trump pointed to Mattis and called him “a great man.”

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High school students’ mock Trump assassination highlights post-election bullying, harassment

A skit performed in a south Texas high school English class that portrayed the assassination of Donald Trump is just one of the latest cases of K-12 election hysteria.

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Alabama senator Sessions accepts attorney general offer in Trump administration

Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, who jumped aboard the Donald Trump train long before the real estate mogul sewed up the Republican nomination, on Friday accepted the offer for attorney general.

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San Francisco teachers union offers lesson plan calling Trump racist, sexist

Boy are the liberals still cryin’ the blues. Well, naturally the people have had enough, of being exploited by Demonrats all these decades, so for once, they all joined together, and did something about it.

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Cuban-American leaders, dissidents urge Trump to get tough with Castro regime

Cuban-American leaders and human rights activists within the island nation are hoping that the incoming Trump administration will scale back President Obama’s efforts to restore relations between the two countries, measures they say emboldened the communist regime and brought the U.S. little in return.

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Trump, New York Times war reignites over transition coverage

Why shouldn’t Trump still be on Twitter? Odummy is. All one has to do, is switch tv channels, and you can see all the BS spewing from their mouths. Wednesday, Trump resumed his Twitter war with the New York Times, after a brief respite following last week’s upset victory, going on a Twitter tear over The Gray Lady’s claims that his transition team is in disarray and foreign leaders are struggling to reach him.

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Debt, not Trump, is focus of Obama’s talks in Greece

Americans have had seven days to come to terms with the election of Donald Trump as president. The Greeks have been dealing with their debt crisis for seven years.

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Priebus’ first role is defending colleague Bannon from accusations of racism, hate

One of Reince Priebus’ first duties after being named chief of staff by President-elect Donald Trump was to defend another of his new boss’s appointments, Stephen Bannon.

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