Category Archives: Campaigns & Elections

ICE agents seeking child at New York City school barred from entering

Saturday officials said ICE agents searching for a 4-year-old were turned away from a New York City school after they failed to show a warrant. The incident took place at Public School 58 in Queens and months after the city ordered teachers to prohibit immigration officers from entering school grounds without warrants. Continue reading →

Trump administration praises deal expanding trade with China

Thursday the White House said that the U.S. and China have reached an agreement on trade polices related to beef, poultry and natural gas that are expected to increase American exports. Continue reading →

Comey tossed ‘stick of dynamite’ into the DOJ, says White House

Hey folks, Comey was an Obama plant, get over it, Trump just drained the swamp. Wednesday the White House defended President Trump’s decision to fire James Comey, saying the former FBI director threw a “stick of dynamite” into the Department of Justice, and committed “atrocities” in his handling of the Clinton email saga. Continue reading →

Former DC Attorney: ‘Out Of Control’ Comey ‘Acted Like He Was Attorney General’

Joe DiGenova, the former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, said now-former FBI Director James Comey deserved to be terminated. DiGenova said Comey was “out of control” and “so self-centered and full of himself” in the way he conducted his duties.Last week, DiGenova told Tucker Carlson that Comey is “a danger to the country.” He said Tuesday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that in the Hillary Clinton email investigation, Comey “acted like he was the attorney general” by publicly speaking on the matter.

“From here on-in, he was unable to lead the FBI,” DiGenova said. “Everybody in the department knew it.”

DiGenova said Comey interjected himself into the Clinton probe for selfish reasons, seeking his to make a name for himself.

“If he were smart… he would disappear for a while,” DiGenova said.

He added that Comey’s firing will “enthrall” Democrats, adding fuel to their fire of allegations of collusion between President Trump and Russia.

DOJ rips handling of Clinton case in ouster

President Trump’s seemingly abrupt decision Tuesday to fire FBI Director James Comey was made at the recommendation of top Justice Department officials who claimed that his controversial handling of the Hillary Clinton email case last year rendered him unfit for the position. Continue reading →

Obama operatives unveil latest plan to boost liberal candidates

Monday Close allies of former President Barack Obama quietly launched a new technology startup to further their ambitions of helping liberal candidates win political races across the country after waves of losses during the Obama years. Continue reading →

Trump names 10 nominees to federal courts on heels of Gorsuch win

Monday President Trump began to reshape the makeup of the lower federal courts, with the White House announcing 10 judicial nominees it described as Trump’s “third wave of Federal judicial appointments.” Continue reading →

Yates says Flynn could have been ‘blackmailed,’ Clapper knocks collusion narrative

Monday President Trump’s ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn took more hits at a Senate hearing where former top Justice official Sally Yates testified she warned the Trump White House that Flynn could “essentially be blackmailed” by Moscow for having misled the VP about his Russia contacts. Continue reading →

Biden Returns to Early Primary State for Democratic Dinner

Former Vice President Joe Biden is returning to New Hampshire to honor the nation’s first all-female, all-Democratic congressional delegation. Continue reading →

Syria war: IS driven back in Tabqa, US-backed fighters say

US-backed Syrian fighters say they have made more gains in their battle with Islamic State (IS) militants for the strategic city of Tabqa. Amid fierce street fighting, allied Kurdish and Arab militias known as the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) say they have captured six more districts. Continue reading →