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The Meme Wars Continue: Don Trump Jr. Throws Salt at Hillary’s Attempt at Humor

  Content originally published at iBankCoin.com Last night President Trump typed in a word ‘covfefe’, which lit the internet ablaze. Obviously, we can’t have this man have access to the nuke codes. Some believe Trump say on his phone in a drunken stupor and wrongly typed indiscernible words into this phone. Libshits were swinging from […]

Kristin Tate: Kathy Griffin Is Just The Tip Of The Liberal Violence Iceberg

Authored by Kristin Tate, op-ed via TheHill.com, One of the pillars of democracy erodes before our eyes. The ability to disagree with the politically different disintegrates under red and black flags, and hooded rioters obscuring their faces. It’s not Donald Trump’s secret police. It’s not something out of a dystopian novel. It’s the very real […]

“Terrorism Is Really Not That Big A Deal” Harvard Students See Trump Worse Than ISIS

What is more dangerous: President Donald Trump’s rhetoric or ISIS? Campus Reform’s Cabot Phillips received some curious answers to that question from the hallowed halls of Harvard University, clarifying perspective on student’s mass dissonance in America…   “I think he’s an asshole-in-chief… Terrorism is really not that big of a deal… ISIS is not a […]

Trudeau to Trump: Drop Dead!

Interested in precious metals investing or storage? Contact us HERE          Trudeau to Trump: Drop Dead! (Implications for Gold) Written by Peter Diekmeyer (CLICK HERE FOR ORIGINAL)     Forty years ago, the Daily News published its famous Ford to City: Drop Dead headline, which dealt with President Gerald Ford’s response to […]

Newsmax CEO: “I Spoke To Trump About The Wiretap Story, I Haven’t Seen Him This Pissed Off In A Long Time”

While the Sunday talk shows have been largely focused on debunking Trump’s allegations that Obama hacked the Trump Tower, a somewhat different perspective into Trump’s current state of mind comes from Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy, a close friend of the President, who in an article this morning shares that having spoken to Trump about the […]

Majority Finds Media Coverage Of Trump Is “Too Critical, Exaggerated”: WSJ/NBC Poll

Three weeks after a poll found that the Trump administration was seen as more “truthful” than the news media, a new WSJ/NBC News poll has found that according to a majority of Americans, the media’s coverage of President Donald Trump has been too critical, although the margin is narrow and the split is once again […]

In Fiery, “Surreal” Press Conference, Trump Launches War On The Media

President Trump blasted the "out of control" dishonesty of the mainstream media during a Thursday press conference, accusing reporters of distorting facts to help special interests. This is the most amazing presidential press conference I've ever seen. — Binyamin Appelbaum (@BCAppelbaum) February 16, 2017 Pres. Trump literally addressing the press corps right now on how […]

Trump Slams Negative Polls As “Fake News”

President Donald Trump started off his Monday morning tweeting by blasting “negative polls” as “fake news,” saying the public wants “border security and extreme vetting.” “Any negative polls are fake news, just like the CNN, ABC, NBC polls in the election. Sorry, people want border security and extreme vetting,” he tweeted. Any negative polls are […]

Trump and His Cult of Personality

The drift has been somewhat insidious, but it has been both rapid and relentless.  Trump is developing a cult of personality.  A man who was once ridiculed for a campaign many thought was just performance art, has now become almost a Messiah—a man who is going to put the proverbial chicken in every pot.  He […]

John Harwood Asks “Who Do You Believe America?” – Gets Surprising Answer

CNBC Political reporter, friend of Hillary, and Democratic Party sycophant John Harwood took to Twitter last night to ask: “Who do you believe America? Wikileaks, or US Intel Officials?” The response, which emerged from his immediate following which one would surmise, should gravitate toward Harwood’s liberal ideology and thus respond in a way Harwood expected, […]