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Trump Exerts Veto Power Over Congress for First Time Since His Election

Last Friday President Donald Trump signed his first veto since coming to office in January 2017. Congress had voted to block Trump’s call for a national emergency in order to release funds for his promised border wall, and Trump came back to block the block with his presidential veto power. “Consistent with the law and […]

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Acosta Did Not Accost Her

During President Trump’s 90-minute press conference after the mid-term elections, CNN chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta stood up to ask the President a few questions about the immigrant “caravan.” Annoyed with the questions, Trump began to insult Acosta, calling him a “rude, terrible person.” Acosta ignored the insults and continued questioning the president, even […]

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Trump 2020 Began When the Midterms Ended

With the contentious mid-term elections behind him, Trump is now ready to go all in with his bid for re-election in 2020. On hand as the mixed results of the 2018 streamed into the White House’s “watch party” were his 2016 campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and his 2020 manager Brad Parscale. Hamburgers and hot dogs […]

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President Appealing His Ban from Banning Twitter Followers

In the wake of last month’s federal court ruling disallowing President Trump from blocking followers of his on Twitter, the President and one of his top aides filed an appeal to the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Dan Scavino, the White House social media director, and President Trump, claim that the President […]