Author Archive: Janet

Democrat Karen Bass says she’s open to impeach Trump again if he gets reelected in 2020

Tuesday Rep. Karen Bass, said she’s willing to impeach President Trump again if he wins reelection in 2020. TMZ founder Harvey Levin presented Bass with a scenario in which Trump wins a second term but Democrats take over the Senate from the Republicans.

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Trump Clears 3 Military Men in War Crimes Cases

Friday, President Donald Trump cleared three members of the armed services all of whom had either been accused or convicted of war crimes, multiple news outlets reported.

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Democrats unveil impeachment articles, as White House slams ‘baseless and partisan’ effort

How can a Demonrat look in the mirror, and be proud of what they see? Time to vote No-Nads, Schitt, and Piglosi out of office.  Tuesday House Demonrats announced articles of impeachment against President Trump alleging abuse of power and obstruction of Congress regarding his interactions with Ukraine, touching off a rapid-fire sequence that could result in a momentous floor vote in a matter of days.

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White House Budget Aide Testifies to Impeachment Inquiry Panel

The House impeachment inquiry is holding a rare Saturday session with the only official willing to testify from the White House agency responsible for withholding U.S. military aid for Ukraine, a decision that’s at the center of allegations against President Donald Trump.

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Biden blames staff, says nobody ‘warned’ him son’s Ukraine job could raise conflict

Former Vice President Joe Biden claimed in a new interview that when his son Hunter was a board member of Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings while he was in office, no one informed him that it could pose a problem.

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Iran gas price hike as protests begin

Protests have erupted across Iran after the government unexpectedly announced it was rationing gas and increasing its price. At least two people have been killed.Prices rose by at least 50% on Friday as subsidies on petrol were reduced.

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Missing Saudi servicemen linked to NAS Pensacola shooting sought; gunman made prior reported trip to NYC

Authorities investigating a deadly attack at a U.S. naval base in Florida are reportedly focused on finding several unaccounted for Saudi nationals linked to the shooting, as additional details have emerged about the shooter’s movements in the weeks leading up to the rampage.

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Conservative Supreme Court Justices Lean Toward Trump on DACA

Tuesday Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices appeared sympathetic to President Donald Trump’s effort to rescind a program that protects from deportation hundreds of thousands of immigrants who entered the United States illegally as children as part of his tough immigration policies.

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Naval Air Station shooter wrote manifesto condemning US as ‘nation of evil

Why in the hell are they in our country in the first place? The Saudi national who opened fire in a classroom at a naval air station in Florida Friday morning, killing three before being shot dead by officers, condemned the United States as a “nation of evil” in a post online, reports say.

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Supreme Court lets Sandy Hook families’ lawsuit against gunmaker proceed

Tuesday, the Supreme Court allowed families of Sandy Hook victims to proceed with a lawsuit against gun manufacturer Remington Arms despite the company’s claims that it was protected from liability by federal law.

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