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Bannon, Priebus Return To Washington As Trump Trip Continues

For Trump’s two main White House policy advisors (aside from Goldman Sachs, of course) chief of staff Reince Priebus and chief strategist Stephen Bannon, the confusion over the “orb” event may have been too great. For clarification, this is not a Satanic ritual. pic.twitter.com/CccP39fqN4 — The Church Of Satan (@ChurchofSatan) May 22, 2017 That, or […]

Friday Night “Intelligence Community” Leak: Russia Bragged About Flynn Connections in Private

This has now reached TMZ styled gossip. Now the ‘intelligence community’, aka the CIA, are leaking private conversations between unnamed Russian officials who bragged about how they could influence Trump via Flynn? Who actually believes this malarkey? Let’s think this through for a minute. It’s fairly obvious the CIA/NSA/FBI loathe President Trump and have decided […]

Senior WH Official Is ‘Significant Person Of Interest’ In Russia Probe: Report

The NYT/Wapo bombs are flying early today.  Shortly after the New York Times dropped a story alleging that Trump bragged to the Russians about firing the “nut job” James Comey, the Washington Post has just dropped another bomb of their own alleging that a senior White House adviser and “someone close to the president” is […]

Professor Cohen Says Assault on Trump Presidency is Our Greatest National Security Threat: Is There A 4th Branch of Government?

Steven Cohen, Professor of Russian studies at Princeton and NYU (an obvious Russian spy) was besides himself tonight, in sheer disbelief over the with hunt of gigantic nothing-burgers that are being used to assault the Presidency of Donald Trump. He declared, “today, I would say (the greatest threat to national security) is this assault on […]

The World According To Trump

The following map, from BofaML's Transforming World Atlas, shows the world mapped proportionally by country according to the number of times mentioned  by President Trump in his tweets and speeches (campaign and presidency)… Source: BofAML The Top 8 are: USA, China, Syria, Russia, Iraq, Mexico, Iran, and United Kingdom

Trump Tweets “Russia Is Laughing As U.S. Tears Itself Apart”, Scraps FBI Visit

It appears that US politics is back to its quasi-surreal state first observed in the early weeks of the Trump administration, when the president spent much of his day in front of Twitter. And while it is unclear if Trump is bored, busy, engaging in damage control or quite the opposite, he blasted a couple […]

Comey Firing Fallout Day 2 – White House Press Conference Live Feed

After Trump’s foot-in-mouth error over the Comey firing timeline, let’s see how Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Sean Spicer still in hiding at The Pentagon) explains it this time?   Live Feed…

It’s Official – Trump Sets New Record For Cabinet ‘No’ Votes

During his first 100 days in office, President Trump broke numerous records. As Statista's Niall McCarthy notes, in addition to having the lowest approval ratings of any U.S. president this early into his first term, Trump's Cabinet has also received the most 'no' votes in history. You will find more statistics at Statista According to the Washington Post, Trump […]

Wilbur Ross: Trump’s Syria Strike Was “After Dinner Entertainment”

In a statement that has sent shockwaves across the diplomatic establishment, Donald Trump’s decision to launch 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles against Syria last month was just “after-dinner entertainment,” which “did not cost the president anything,” US commerce secretary Wilbur Ross said, shortly after President Trump called the attack a “tough decision.” Ross delivered the controversial […]

Cornell Students Charge Well-Known Professor With ‘Sexism’ To Retaliate For His Union Opposition

Authored by Ashe Schow via TheFederalist.com, For this story we need to adapt an old saying: “Hell hath no fury like a graduate student scorned.” In late March, graduate students at Cornell University attempted to unionize. Several public universities have allowed this to happen, but private universities such as Cornell have been more wary. Just […]