Ilhan Omar Boasts She’s Trump’s ‘Nemesis’ in Cringeworthy Rant

By CCN: First-year congresswoman Ilhan Omar boasts that she’s already President Trump’s number-one “nemesis.” Why? Because she’s a black woman who has no qualms about flouting our nation’s immigration laws. Writing on Twitter, she said: “This is a president who has come to power vilifying and demonizing immigrants and refugees. He proudly said we should […]

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Tesla Model 3 Suffers in US-China Trade War as MAGA Takes Over

By CCN: The core computer of Tesla’s Chinese-made Model 3, known as the ‘Brain’, was rejected for exclusion from Donald Trump’s 25% tariffs. Tesla had applied for exclusion from the surcharge placed on Chinese-made goods but was rejected. The product was deemed too important to China in the trade war. Tesla Wins No Favors in […]

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Trump Sues Banks to Block Dems Attempting to Wrangle His Tax Returns

By CCN: President Trump is taking a stand against Deutsche Bank and Capital One for participating in a frivolous plan once again being enacted by House Democrats. This time, liberals are looking to gain access to the president’s financial records, including data regarding his personal finances, his businesses, and his long-sought tax returns. Democrats have […]

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Mueller Report Boss Rod Rosenstein Resigns in Veiled Nod to Trump

By CCN: Rod Rosenstein is the latest high ranking official to depart the White House. The man who oversaw the widely publicized Mueller Report is heading for the hills for fear of a grilling from both Democrats and Republicans. One of Trump’s favorite punching bags, the Deputy Attorney General’s letter of resignation is a strange […]

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Dow Cringes as Hillary Clinton Exposes ‘Roadmap’ to Impeach Trump

The Dow stumbled toward an opening bell loss on Wednesday, as the stock market bellwether failed to join its peers in record territory after Hillary Clinton exposed a “roadmap” that she believes Democrats can utilize to impeach President Trump. Dow Flinches After S&P 500 and Nasdaq Pound to Record Highs Dow Jones Industrial Average futures […]

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Trump Scores Major Immigration Win in Supreme Court for Legal Detention

The U.S. Supreme Court has delivered a ruling on immigration reform that comes as a major victory to President Donald Trump. In a 5 – 4 decision announced on Tuesday, the court ruled that federal immigration authorities like U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) can legally detain immigrants […]

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Donald Trump’s $4.75 Trillion Budget Should Terrify Fiscal Hawks

Here we go again. Donald Trump’s new $4.75 trillion budget proposal is wild even by his lofty standards. We shouldn’t be surprised, as overspending has been the hallmark of the president’s professional business career, but you are forgiven for thinking he might take a different approach to his handling of the United States’ finances. The […]

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US-China Trade Optimism Fuels $1 Trillion Chinese Stock Rally

Following a period of economic turmoil caused by trade friction between the U.S. and China, Chinese markets are experiencing an extraordinary recovery driven by indications that Donald Trump may be softening his hard line in trade negotiations between the world’s two largest economies. After Trump announced that he would postpone the March 1 deadline for […]

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Trump’s North Korea Summit a Distraction from Cohen Testimony

It was no coincidence that US President Donald Trump opted to hold his North Korean summit with Kim Jong-Un at the same time that his former fixer Michael Cohen testified in Congress. Trump Playing Games to Suck Oxygen out of the Newsroom It is a classic Trumpian move to avoid a lousy headline by creating […]

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Shocking Statistic Suggests Donald Trump Might Actually be Winning the US-China Trade War

As storm clouds continue to gather over Donald Trump’s presidency, new data released by the U.S. government on Wednesday provided a rare moment of respite, with news that the country’s trade deficit has narrowed with imports falling faster than exports. Figures released by the Department of Commerce show that the difference between exports and imports […]

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