In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR

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Gordon Chang: China wants Biden to be president

Of course, they do. China expert Gordon Chang says the Chinese Communists know they have more to lose with President Trump in the White House. “I think that they probably would like to see Vice President Biden elected. You know, both candidates have vulnerabilities on China, but President Trump’s attitudes on China are much more resolute,” Chang said during an appearance on NewsmaxTV “Biden has

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Steve Bannon trying to change Trump campaign strategy

Steve Bannon has some ideas about how the Trump campaign should be run. I would assume one of those ideas is that it should be run by him. I wouldn’t be surprised if Trump eventually turned to Bannon. It worked out well last time. Okay, so he insulted the kids. They want a second term too. According to the Washington Examiner: Former White House chief

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Video || Biden kills nearly 120 million Americans

Warning, this is very gory. Vice President Biden during an event in Pennsylvania Thursday said that the coronavirus had resulted in the deaths of 120 million Americans. Actually, the number is about 126,000. And then, right as he committed his gaffe and seemed to look confused, the live video stream cut out. Strange coincidence . . .

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Video || Biden debuts his Trump impression

Borscht Belt Biden. I don’t’ think Alex Baldwin has much to worry about. Not the first time the vice president has gone into the impressions business. You may remember the time he tried to sound like he’s black.

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Trump Schedule || Friday, June 26, 2020

11:45 am || Receives his intelligence briefing 2:40 pm || Delivers remarks at the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board Meeting; East Room 3:15 pm || Departs White House 4:50 pm || Arrives Bedminster, New Jersey All times Eastern

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