Monthly Archives: December, 2019

US Embassy compound in Baghdad under siege as crowds protesting airstrikes break through gate

Tuesday crowds of angry Iraqis protesting America’s recent airstrikes against an Iran-backed militia laid siege to the U.S. Embassy compound in Baghdad chanting “Down, Down USA!” as they stormed through a main gate, prompting U.S. troops to fire back tear gas in response.

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General election 2019: Farage promises Reform Party after Brexit

European Union, leader Nigel Farage has said the Brexit Party will change its name to the Reform Party after the UK leaves the European Union. It will campaign for changes to the voting system and the abolition of the House of Lords, he told Sky News.

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Texas church shooting gunman had ‘something not right’ about him, witness says; ex-FBI agent reportedly shot suspect

The gunman who pulled out a shotgun during a church service in Texas on Sunday and opened fire on worshipers appeared to be in disguise when he entered the sanctuary, according to a woman who said he made her feel uncomfortable when he sat feet away from her.

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Pam Bondi: Move to Censure Trump Not Appropriate or Acceptable

President Donald Trump did nothing wrong, and a move to censure him, rather than impeach him, would also be unacceptable, former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, now serving as a special advisor to Trump for the impeachment, said Tuesday.

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Cuomo calls machete attack during Hanukkah celebration an ‘act of terrorism’ as other politicians react

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo called the attack by a machete-wielding man at a Hanukkah celebration at a New York rabbi’s home Saturday night an “act of terrorism” and challenged his state to fight the rise of anti-Semitism and hate.

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Sen. Blackburn: Dems Not Hurting Trump at NATO Meeting

President Donald Trump won’t be hurt overseas “one bit” by the House Democrats’ ongoing push to impeach him while he’s overseas at the NATO leaders’ meeting in London this week, as most people aren’t paying much attention, Sen. Marsha Blackburn insisted Tuesday.

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Trump says New York, California must ‘politely’ ask for help to tackle ‘tremendous’ homeless problem

Saturday President Trump called on New York and California to tackle what he described as their “tremendous homeless problems” — suggesting they should ask the White House “politely” for help if they can’t sort it out by themselves.

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Judge Rejects DOJ’s Stay Request on McGahn Testimony

An Obama-appointed judge rejected the Justice Department’s requested longterm stay on requiring former White House lawyer Don McGahn to comply with a House Judiciary Committee subpoena.

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Buttigieg’s policies guarantee more drug addicts and crime, sheriff says

Friday Sheriff Grady Judd scorched 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s policy ideas arguing the South Bend, Ind., mayor’s plans would exacerbate the United States’ drug epidemic and crime.

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Ga. Gov. Brian Kemp May Defy Trump With Senate Pick

Georgia’s Republican governor will reportedly go against President Donald Trump in his choice for a Senate appointment.

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