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POLL: Do You Support Gowdy’s Efforts To Take Down Obama For Good?

The discovery of major surveillance through the National Security Agency (NSA), runned by Barack Obama, on citizens, Donald Trump and his team during the 2016 election; brought the fact that he is going down. RepublicansTribune announced that several reports had been discovered that the illegal surveillance had been done to …

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IMMEDIATELY After New York Terror Attack, Trump Unleashed The Halloween Horror

Trump is unleashing the Halloween horror on terrorists. After the Manhattan terror attack today, Trump is not messing around. An Islamic jihadist killed 8 people and injured several more. Trump gave the order. He ordered the Department of Homeland Security to strengthen its “Extreme Vetting Program.” “I have just ordered …

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Lawrence O’Donnell’s Jaw Hit Floor With Jealous Thud When Seeing Laura Ingraham’s Debut Ratings

Lawrence O’Donnell and his anti-Trump act was getting tired. For most people. Not die hard liberals who worship at the altar of MSNBC. Look, no one knows what will happen with Bob Mueller. But to any viewer of Lawrence and Rachel, Trump is already convicted and impeached. That is the …

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This Young Girl Just Gave Melania Trump The SHOCK Of Her Life And It’s Absolutely Adorable

Melania Trump is a gorgeous icon — and at least one little girl agrees. This week, while visiting the White House, a young trick-or-treater donned one of Melania’s most iconic outfits and surprised the first lady. The costume consisted of the “FLOTUS” hat and white blouse the First Lady wore while …

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SABOTAGE! After Latest Attack, Sarah Sanders Gives Media Quote They Did NOT Want To Print

As Press Secretary for Donald Trump, Sarah Sanders Huckabee has faced her fair share of media hostility. Lately, however, she’s “never been attacked more.” So she’s striking back in a hilarious way. “I’ve never been attacked more, questioned more,” Sanders said during a panel held by George Washington University. I was called a …

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