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A Los Angeles man is free on bond after being charged with making a series of phone calls threatening to kill journalists at The Boston Globe for what he allegedly called "treasonous" attacks on President Trump. Sixty-eight-year-old Robert Chain was arrested Thursday morning at his home in the Encino neighborhood. A neighbor says 30 heavily armed officers took him into custody. Prosecutors say more than 20 guns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition were seized. Chain later appeared in federal court, where a judge refused to detain him. Magistrate Judge Paul Abrams said Chain could be freed on a... [Read More]
On Friday at President Donald Trump's rally in Charlotte, NC, one of his supporters failed to believe the news about serious bomb threats sent to CNN and Democrats. Arvil Runyon, an older white man, said that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton most likely mailed the bombs to themselves. "Y... [Read More]
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast National Security Adviser John Bolton championed a plan to send U.S. troops to the southern border to keep migrants out, two senior administration officials told The Daily Beast. After rejecting a proposal by the Department of Homeland Security to enlist the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) to set up migrant camps in Mexico, Bolton shared his thoughts directly with a like-minded Donald Trump, cutting out Homeland Security Chief Kirstjen Nielsen and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, those officials tell The Daily Beast. "Senior officials in the administration are concerned that the... [Read More]
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