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Joe Biden 2020? The former Vice President recently joined NBC's Today show to dole out his wisdom on whatever it is he's supposed to be... [Read More]
President Donald Trump on Tuesday offered his prayers to the people involved in the shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, that killed at... [Read More]
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Stephen Willeford shouldn't have had the gun he used to shoot the mass murderer at the Sutherland Springs, Texas church shooting Former Vice President Joe... [Read More]
Recently, the women (not ladies) of ABC's "The View" TV show ranted about Donald Trump's comments on the Texas church shooting. They said Trump said... [Read More]
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Even Bernie Sanders is apparently to blame. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump says stricter gun laws would not have prevented the attack that left 26 people dead... [Read More]
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'Hundreds more dead'... [Read More]
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TWENTY-SIX people were murdered when Devin Kelley attacked the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, a small rural town in Texas... [Read More]
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Hundreds more people would have been killed in the Texas church shooting if America had tighter gun control laws, Donald Trump has said. [Read More]
President Donald Trump said Tuesday North Korea should make a deal on nuclear weapons, encouraged voters to back the Republican candidate in Virginia's governor's race,... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump said Tuesday North Korea should make a deal on nuclear weapons, encouraged voters to back the Republican candidate in Virginia's governor's race,... [Read More]
In the wake of the tragic mass shooting in Texas, Miley Cyrus appears to be fed up and has taken to social media to denounce... [Read More]
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According to President Donald Trump, the tragic Texas church shooting that left 26 people dead was "a mental health problem at the highest level." [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's nominee for Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, Dr. Dean Winslow, said Tuesday it is "insane" that a civilian can buy... [Read More]