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Trump blasts Beto O’Rourke, stands by wall at Texas rally

President Trump kicked off his first rally of 2019 standing by the government shutdown, declaring border walls work and taking shots at potential 2020 rival Beto O’Rourke. Trump wasted no time mocking O’Rourke, who held a dueling rally in El Paso, Texas, to oppose Trump’s wall, calling him a...

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Cuomo to meet with Trump over tax law changes

Gov. Cuomo is meeting President Trump at the White House Tuesday to discuss how changes in the federal code are hurting New York, the governor announced Monday. Speaking at an Albany press conference, Cuomo said the $10,000 cap on state and on local tax deductions (SALT) that can be deducted on...

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Trump is chipping away at Obama’s remade federal courts

“President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans are remaking the federal courts in their own image,” declared NPR’s Nina Totenberg recently. Others agree: The administration’s lower-court selections will change America “for generations.” Exciting, no? Unless you take the view that it...

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Ex-White House aide who wrote critical book sues Trump

A former White House aide who penned a critical book about the Trump Administration is suing President Trump — claiming that he is using the campaign organization to silence ex-employees. Cliff Sims, the author of “Team of Vipers,” sued the president after the campaign filed an arbitration...

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Russia prepping for US cyberattack by turning off entire internet

Russia is shutting off its internet as part of a dramatic test to help it defend against devastating cyberattacks. The experiment is part of preparations for a potential cyberwar with the US that could see President Donald Trump shut down Russia’s internet access. Officials will use the test to...

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Russia prepping for US cyber attack by turning off entire internet

Russia is shutting off its internet as part of a dramatic test to help it defend against devastating cyber attacks. The experiment is part of preparations for a potential cyber war with the US that could see President Donald Trump shut down Russia’s internet access. Officials will use the test to...

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Newspaper cartoon pulled for hidden ‘go f–k yourself’ message to Trump

A Pennsylvania newspaper dumped syndicated cartoon “Non Sequitur” because it contained a message telling President Trump to go “f— yourself.” The cartoon ran Sunday in the Butler Eagle and the profane comment was hidden in its lower right corner. “A sharp-eyed Butler Eagle reader alerted...

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Newspaper cartoon pulled for hidden ‘go f–k yourself’ message to Trump

A Pennsylvania newspaper dumped syndicated cartoon “Non Sequitur” because it contained a message telling President Trump to go “f— yourself.” The cartoon ran Sunday in the Butler Eagle and the profane comment was hidden in its lower right corner. “A sharp-eyed Butler Eagle reader alerted...

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Trump to sign executive order launching artificial intelligence initiative

President Trump later Monday is expected to sign an executive order instructing the federal government to prioritize and dedicate resources to artificial intelligence, the White House said. The initiative, titled “Maintaining American Leadership in Artificial Intelligence,” urges “bold,...

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Trump still considering an executive order to fund wall

Ahead of a rally Monday in El Paso, Texas, to boost support for his proposed border wall, President Trump signaled that he is still mulling an executive order to fund the barrier if congressional negotiations break down. “President is on sound legal ground to declare a National Emergency. There...

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