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Trump Double-Beats Obama in New Hampshire

Yes, President Trump is the incumbent, but he’s not taking anything for granted. The 2020 race is make-or-break for the country.

And the president is treating the primaries as seriously as he should, even though none of his GOP challengers have a chance against him.

The media is trying to put as much attention on the Democratic primaries as possible. As if that’s the only race that matters.

President Trump doesn’t agree. He’s sent top members of his team to Iowa and New Hampshire. He hosted major rallies in both states. Read more…


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Democrats Call to Tell Pelosi They Will Never Vote For Her Party Again

We still don’t understand why Nancy Pelosi would tear up Trump’s speech on live television.

Maybe she wanted to outrage Republicans? It’s clear she’s not all too concerned with what they think of her.

But perhaps it was a stunt to fire up her base? Maybe she thought she could get her own party riled up to vote against Trump this fall.

If that’s the case, it definitely backfired. Read more…


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Trump Tops Off Best Week Ever By Exceeding Jobs Expectations

President Trump’s week couldn’t get any better, right?

Many people on both sides are saying this is the best week of his presidency. It could be a sign of things to come in the 2020 race.

Trump won in Iowa as the Democrats collapsed. He inspired millions with his State of the Union address. The Senate acquitted him of impeachment.

Even Nancy Pelosi is losing it, ripping up speeches, snapping at reporters and turning off American voters. Read more…


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AOC Spins 2020 Trump Plot and Insults On Video

We weren’t too surprised to learn that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez refused to attend the State of the Union address.

Was it a childish move? Perhaps. But the rest of her “squad” did attend. What did they do? Oh, they snickered, tweeted, and walked out of the president’s important speech.

Maybe AOC was actually being respectful by not attending?

Think again. Instead of showing up (as part of her job), AOC spread insults and conspiracy theories from home.

One of the things she said went way too far. Read more…


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Democrats in Iowa ‘Crash and Burn’ While Trump Sets New Record

Just in case you’ve missed it, the very first Democratic vote this year did not go well. Pretty much everyone agrees.

All eyes were on who would win Iowa. Recent polls suggested Bernie Sanders was a shoo-in, with Biden and Warren not far behind.

But wow, what a difference a day makes! Democrats are in deep trouble. The caucus voting was a total mess. As of this writing, we still don’t know what the results are of this super-important first vote.

You can imagine how embarrassed the Democrats are over this massive blunder. They say it was a coding error. Okay. Why didn’t they test their app once in the last three years? Read more…


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Trump Tackles Bloomberg in Superbowl Interview

Super Bowl LIV aired last night. And, if you watched it, you probably saw that President Trump and Mike Bloomberg went toe-to-toe.

Bloomberg spent millions on ads that aired before and during the big game. One in particular touted his gun control agenda-one that most Second Amendment supporters will call radical.

But he wasn’t the only candidate getting airtime during the Super Bowl. President Trump aired two ads as well. One powerfully celebrated his prison reform success.

Who came out on top? Looks like the taller one did. Read more…


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Democrats Just Fell Apart On Senate Floor

After so many months of pushing impeachment, Democrats seem to be falling apart at the seams.

The battle to remove Trump from office isn’t going as they hoped. Not only will Trump be acquitted (probably soon), but the Senate might not even vote for new witnesses.

Now, it seems that the House managers can’t even work together.

Chief Justice Roberts asked Democrats to give a final word in response to Trump’s legal team.

Naturally, you’d expect the House manager’s head, Adam Schiff, to get the podium. Instead, Nadler jumps from his chair and steals the microphone. Read more…


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New Videos of Schiff And Bolton Could Derail Democrats

The Senate impeachment trial is in the home stretch.

And right now, Republicans and millions of Americans are hoping for a speedy acquittal of President Donald Trump.

Our Commander-in-Chief doesn’t seem too concerned, though.

In fact, he’s pretty happy about a couple old videos that just resurfaced online.

Trump himself found one; it’s a string of video clips featuring former national security adviser John Bolton.

These clips cast suspicion on Bolton’s recent claims. In his new book, he says Trump wouldn’t release aid to the Ukraine unless they agreed to investigate the Bidens. Read more…


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Democrat Senator Murphy Admits Turn In Impeachment

Democrats rushed the impeachment vote in the House. It was a totally partisan move and zero Republicans backed it.

But the Senate trial might go a very different way. A few Republicans have been predicting this farce will be over quickly.

Some have even said it will be a bipartisan vote. Meaning, a few Democrats will vote to acquit Trump. That’s a bold prediction.

It didn’t look like the media took these predictions seriously. They are hoping for a long trial, where Democrats and Republicans vote to condemn the president. Read more…


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Mark Meadows: The “Real Cover-Up” is Adam’s Connection to Whistleblower

Democrats are doing what they can to remove President Trump from office. First they impeached him in the House, and now they’re trying to get the Senate to convict him.

But many watching this impeachment process think Democrats have really messed up. How?

Well, Jerry Nadler kicked off the Senate trial by accusing Republicans of a cover-up. All because McConnell is following the 90s impeachment rules and not committing to new witnesses.

But these are witnesses the House could have called up, but didn’t. This accusation didn’t go over well with key moderate Republicans like Sen. Collins and Sen. Murkowski. The ones Democrats should be focused on winning over. Read more…