president trump we ve gone through a period of really bad things happening those people will certainly be look
President Trump: "We've gone through a period of really bad things happening -- those people will certainly be looked at. I've been looking at them for a long time, and I'm saying, why haven't they been looked at?"
obama s intel chiefs betrayed usa there ought to be a reckoning for the intelligence officials and other fanta
Obama's Intel Chiefs Betrayed USA: There ought to be a reckoning for the intelligence officials and other fantasists who pushed the Russia-collusion narrative, writes @wjmcgurn https://t.co/1tPOmvdmXT via @WSJ #MAGA @realDonaldTrump #AmericaFirst #Dobbs
sure its better for trump in 20 not to be charged with treason but impeachment talk that helped him now ends a
Sure, it’s better for Trump in ‘20 not to be charged with treason. But impeachment talk that helped him now ends. And the gap will only grow between his claim of “total vindication” and new embarrassing Mueller details that he can no longer dismiss with “witch hunt.”
senate republicans released a budget plan last week that departs from trumps proposal to increase defense spen
Senate Republicans released a budget plan last week that departs from Trump’s proposal to increase defense spending; instead calls for across-the-board spending cuts totaling $126 billion in defense and nondefense spending in 2020 https://t.co/Z9lJzraZ8P
new with this week bret and amp discuss 2020 presidential hopeful beto orourke click here to listen as the pan
NEW #TheCandidates with @BretBaier. This week Bret and @amyewalter, @HotlineJosh & @mikeallen discuss 2020 Presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke. Click here to listen as the panel debate the potential path to victory for the former Congressman. https://t.co/2O92PjBICk
in just three months jacob rees mogg has gone from calling for may s head over her brexit deal to voting for i
In just three months, Jacob Rees-Mogg has gone from calling for May's head over her Brexit deal to voting for it. How could anyone deny the public the right to change their mind now, asks James O'Brien?