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Mitch McConnell Gets Bad News… Asked To Step Down

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has been hit with a heavy vote of no confidence from conservative groups around the country. On Wednesday, leaders from several conservative organizations called on McConnell to abdicate his position, citing a list of broken promises he made to Republican voters. They are calling …

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Rush Limbaugh Says 1 Person Is Taking Over The GOP

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Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh made a bold statement on his program about Steve Bannon and the current state of the Republican Party. Limbaugh believes Bannon, the former White House chief strategist, is taking over the roles and responsibilities meant for GOP leadership by enforcing conservatism onto Republican candidates up …

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House Republicans Make Huge Move On Trump’s Tax Reform Plan

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The U.S. House of Representatives successfully passed its 2018 budget resolution on Thursday without a single Democratic vote, according to The Hill. Republicans in the Senate will now have the opportunity to pass the tax reform legislation and give President Donald Trump the chance to sign it into law. The …

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FNC’s Lisa Boothe Blasts Obama For DACA Response

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Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe reminded former President Barack Obama on Tuesday that during his time in office, he and the Democrats had ample opportunity to change the nation’s immigration laws, but since they did not, he should “please go away.” Following President Donald Trump’s decision on Tuesday to wind …

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House Intel Committee Subpoenas Sessions And Wray Over Trump Dossier

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The House Intelligence Committee got nowhere when it subpoenaed the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Justice in relation to the Trump dossier, an unsubstantiated intelligence report, originally published by BuzzFeed in January, which details a possible connection between President Donald Trump and Russia, including contact between Russian …

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Federal Appeals Court Greenlights Texas Voter ID Law

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A federal appeals court has given Texas the go-ahead to implement its revised voter ID law, lifting a lower court’s injunction. The United States 5th Circuit Court of Appeals voted 2-1 to allow the measure known as SB 5 to go into effect starting next year, according to Politico. The …

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