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Video || MSM anchors react in horror: Debate was an “assault,” scared little children

The country learned last night, for the first time, that President Trump is very rude. Yes, that’s a joke. I think a lot of Trump’s base loved the debate. They are scared, and they think the country needs a pugilist. And for them, that wasn’t just pugilism, it was unfettered MMA. But these anchors do not understand the president’s supporters, or what they fear is

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Trump says he doesn’t know who the Proud Boys are

President Trump Wednesday said he didn’t know who the right-wing extremist Proud Boys are, one day after he was pilloried for saying during Tuesday night’s debate that they should “stand back and stand by.” Trump’s comments were interpreted, including by the Proud Boys themselves, as suggesting they should hold back and await further orders. But Trump suggested Wednesday that it was just random Trumpspeak and

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Trump’s problem: Biden seemed aware of his surroundings for 90 minutes

I was shocked. After all the meandering, mumbling performances we had seen by Joe Biden over the past year, even while reading from a teleprompter, I would have thought that whatever mental decline he may have been experiencing would have progressed to a catastrophic point by now. Instead, Biden was pretty much on his game during Tuesday night’s debate. While not in the running for

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Trump to nominate conservative favorite Amy Coney Barrett: NY Times

According to the Times: President Trump has selected Judge Amy Coney Barrett, the favorite candidate of conservatives, to succeed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and will try to force Senate confirmation before Election Day in a move that would significantly alter the ideological makeup of the Supreme Court for years. Mr. Trump plans to announce on Saturday that she is his choice, according to people close

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Trump would accept Supreme Court decision ruling Biden won the election

All President Trump was saying Wednesday, when he refused to answer about a peaceful transfer of power, was that he wanted to make sure the election was fair, given all the uncertainty about the voting, and that there will be challenges that will likely force it to the Supreme Court. He didn’t mean that he wasn’t going to go peacefully. And he certainly didn’t want

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A day in the campaign: Trump vs. Biden

President Trump has what’s known Thursday as a full working day. First he motorcades down to the Supreme Court to pay his respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Then he will get in his chopper on the South Lawn, take it to Joint Base Andrews, and travel to Charlotte, North Carolina to outline his new health care plan. Then, he’ll leave Charlotte and move on to

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Pelosi: Christ would not want Trump honored at National Catholic Prayer Breakfast

This seems pretty rich from the leader of the party of abortion on demand and limits on freedom of religious expression by business owners. According to the Washington Examiner: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday bashed Catholic supporters of President Trump ahead of his appearance at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast. Speaking at an event hosted by the liberal nun activist Sister Simone Campbell, Pelosi

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Trump says he would “rather” Senate vote on Court nominee before election

Hmm. Sounds like a bit of hedging. President Trump told reporters Monday he is considering five women for the Supreme Court nomination and that he would “rather” have the whole thing done by Election Day. He said five, but in all likelihood, it’s down to two, Amy Coney Barrett and Barbara Lagoa. And given that Lagoa is Hispanic, from Florida – a state Trump needs

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