In what world is it okay to attack the children of a sitting President? Even Chelsea Clinton receives little criticism for her dealings in the Clinton Foundation.

Almost all of Trumps children have been investigated... with the exception of the adolescent Barron Trump who seems to also the target of their ire.

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Public opinion always fractures along party lines when it comes to President Donald Trump, and the congressional impeachment inquiry into whether he abused his office for personal political gain in his handling of Ukraine has done little to change that.

I like the use of language here:

Support for impeachment is generally higher now than it was earlier in 2019.

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other/public_approval_of_the_impeachment_inquiry_of_president_trump-6956.html

At what time? Generally it's lower than when the Impeachment Inquiry started!

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U.S. President Donald Trump leaves on Monday for a NATO summit in London, where he is under pressure from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resist the temptation to wade into the looming British election.

Trump would do better to point out how ridiculous the fear mongering about Brexit is.

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‎On this episode of The Portal, Eric talks to one of his closest friends, neuroscientist, philosopher and meditation-guru, Sam Harris. When Sam and Eric sit down they generally agree about a large number of things. So in this experiment of a session, Eric attempts to push the relentlessly reasonable…

Harris can't wrap his head around the idea the Trumps fans might not all be zealots doting on every word from the god-emperor.

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California want's to pass a law to take homeless people off the street and put them in "camps".

Maybe we should just enforce the laws already on the books?

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Pro-democracy protesters gathered in Hong Kong on Thanksgiving to show their gratitude to President Donald Trump after he signed legislation in their favor.

These folks are quickly winning me over.

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A new article from The New Republic suggests that former Pentagon aide Guy Snodgrass, who wrote speeches for Defense Secretary James Mattis, may have been the anonymous author of the infamous New York Times op-ed attacking President Donald Trump and the author of the new book “A Warning.” David Kusnet, a former speech writer for […]

He sounds like one of those extras on Star Trek... and just a forgettable.

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To defend Donald Trump, Republicans in the House are trying to discredit Sergii Leshchenko, who helped expose Paul Manafort’s corruption in Ukraine.

John Solomon may be wrong about a few things.... that doesn't mean he's wrong about everything

How about we investigate, eh?

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"We're not going to live in a country where only one party gets investigated," he says.

"There has been no evidence of wrongdoing by the former vice president."

Yes their is... and they didn't investigate.

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I would never diminish or question someone’s experience who says they regretted their medical transition - they deserve to be believed.

Health care? How is cutting your dick off "Health Care?"

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