A late Friday document dump by the U.S. Office of Government Ethics revealed that President Donald Trump owes at least $315 million in personal liabilities to several U.S. and foreign lenders according to a federal financial disclosure. …Read more
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman continued his quest in North Korea Thursday in an attempt to improve U.S. relations with unpredictable North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, and… …Read more
A tweet claiming that the NBA champion Golden State Warriors would refuse to meet with President Donald Trump at the White House went viral Tuesday, despite presenting zero evidence.
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A Fox News host said in an interview that after his television career ends that he plans to run for Senate. Eric Bolling, who gained… …Read more
Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry wrapped up a trip to Beijing, China, on Thursday where he attended the second annual Mission Innovation meeting to… …Read more
“You’re gonna have to help me out here,” he said. Someone probably definitely should have.
The post “I’d Like to Know What the Hell That Thing Is” Sen. McCain Confuses Everyone, Especially Himself, At Comey Hearing appeared first on RedState. …
Police, Antifa, Proud Boys, III%, gay protesters — you name it, they were there in Portland, along with some tear gas, used tampons, and poop. …Read more
After apologizing for calling Donald Trump a “piece of s**t,” CNN’s Reza Aslan deleted a separate tweet that called both the president and his eldest son the same thing.
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Before President Trump’s infamous ‘covfefe’ typo was deleted six hours after it was posted, it became one of the most popular ever, with 62,000 likes and 127,000 retweets. …Read more
Forget the Russophobic hysterics for a minute. The Trump administration is now quietly supporting radical Islamic terrorists in Syria. …Read more