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New concern for Donald Trump, and, it could be serious

Troubling news for Donald Trump.  According to multiple new reports, Donald Trump,  once reportedly tried to pony up a $50m penthouse to none other than Vladamir Putin.  BUZZFEED appears to have gotten their hands on quite the collection of documents that indicate that Michael Cohen tried to pimp out a $50m penthouse to Putin when "The Moscow Project" was a thing. The news probably isn't going to sit well with Robert Mueller 's investigation team, who, is currently seeking to bring charges against Cohen and the Trump Administration for alleged  tampering with Russia in the 2016 elections that made Trump President.   Longtime business and Trump associate Felix Slater, uhm,  reportedly spoke to Buzzfeed confirming the news. "The oligarchs would bend over backwards to live in the same b...
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Donald Trump: If I get impeached, blame my supporters

Another day, another lame excuse from Donald Trump.  According to Trump himself, who spoke at a rally in Montana,  it'll be the fault of his supporters if he is indeed impeached. "You didn't go out to vote -- that's the only way it could happen," Trump said during a rally in Billings, Montana."I'll be the only President in history they'll say: 'What a job he's done! By the way, we're impeaching him,'" Trump said."This election, you aren't just voting for a candidate, you are voting for which party controls Congress," the President said. "Very important thing. Very important thing."  The  comments came after Trump appeared to be stumping for a number of Republican candidates challenging Democrats for a Senate seat in the state. 
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Trump Admin to revoke Obama-era guidelines on college admissions

College admissions in certain schools (particularly Harvard in this case) are about to get a whole lot more interesting. Sources tell the Wall Street Journal that  the Trump Administration is reportedly preparing to "revoke the Obama-era guidelines that often suggested that colleges should use race as means to promote diversity and deeply diversify the pool of admissions at said college". Translation: Affirmative Action.    Per  the Journal, the Trump Administration feels that such  situations (i.e Affirmative Action for example) run-a-muck of the law and therefore cannot be  used  via said guidelines in determining who should get into college and quite possibly how. The move was apparently in the midst of a lawsuit  that went on to federal court, because, it claims that Harvard disc...
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Trump declares at NRA convention “We Must Arm Teachers”

In what may be his most bizarre move yet, Donald Trump, appeared in Dallas on  Friday to declare that teachers must be armed in the wake of mass shootings across the country.   During the convention, he confirmed that he believed  that teachers must be armed to "protect their students" because they love their students and the violence must be stopped. But critics aren't having it, and, have quickly pounced the claim. Here's a round-up of  what's being discussed online....- "And they're not going to let anybody hurt their students. But you have to give them a chance." he also said during the controversial convention. The Washington Post rounded up a rather amusing list, ehum, in which presents an ever-changing  Trump on  important issues critical to his base. Meanwhile,  most point...
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Contract given to Melania Trump ‘s private adviser sacked

After a New York Times report revealed that the woman and her company actually received upwards of $25m  for pretty much no reason. In the original New York Times report,  the Times managed to get their hands on inauguration documents that revealed the Trump campaign mismanaged millions of dollars in order to give it to a pal of Melania's. This is where it gets interesting, and, watch-dogs may actually get involved here.   The woman behind the firm has  been identified as Stephanie Winston  Wolkoff, who,    runs the now infamous  WIS Media Partners. Trump 's inaugural committee apparently raked in more than $107m during his inauguration period.   Of that, 4  event planning firms raked in enormous chunks of money.  WIS being the one that  raked in the most, and now, has caused more is...
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Trump sentenced to die in North Korea over his own Twitter account

In an unusually angry op-ed that appeared on the front pages of state run media in the hermit kingdom. According to The Guardian,    Trump has now "become a part of North Korea's twisted criminal justice system has suggested he be put to death over his disruption of Korean society'. The state run paper suggested that his "complete disregard for North Korean society" is in itself grounds  to "die".   This is the first time a foreign leader of any capacity has ever suggested that a United States President either be sentenced to death or to simply die. Trump 's hopes of actually befriending  Kim Jong Un are seemingly more and more unlikely every day.
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Trump amps up attacks on NBC, continues to threaten license

But there's actually nothing that the betrothed President can actually do about NBC's license to broadcast stateside.  FCC  heads took to  social media to to note that "That's not how this works" in response to amped up threats against the network amid its negatively amplified coverage of Trump 's time in office. "Fake news" has been a repeated statement   by Trump this week, further, citing that networks should "have their licenses either revoked or challenged for the "fake news" that they produce". Although alike the FCC noted, uh, the President has no power to determine  which or whose license gets challenged or revoked. Meanwhile, some are beginning to question if Trump is slowly turning on the very same oaths of office he promised when he became President. Specifically, the Firs...
Obstruction of Justice proceedings begin against Donald Trump:  Report
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Obstruction of Justice proceedings begin against Donald Trump: Report

According to a new headline  out in The Washington Post, officials and top Senate members have launched Obstruction  of Justice proceedings against the President of the United States. WaPo notes that the investigation comes in the middle of Robert Mueller, rumored, to now  be under consideration to be fired. Amid the news, Mueller, reportedly told officials that there is now high belief that Trump attempted to obstruct justice.  What that evidence is? Even the Washington Post hasn't quite figured it out  yet.  According to the Post,  Daniel Coats, the current director of national intelligence, Adm. Mike Rogers, head of the National Security Agency, and Rogers’ former deputy, Richard Ledgett have all agreed to be interviewed in the obstruction of justice case against the President. So...
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