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President Donald Trump spoke with CNBC anchor Joe Kernen on Thursday just outside the Oval Office at the White House. The conversation touched on the state of the U.S. economy, America's trade wars — and the president's news-making remarks about the Federal Reserve's ongoing interest-rate hikes. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump spoke with CNBC anchor Joe Kernen on Thursday just outside the Oval Office at the White House. The conversation touched on the state of the U.S. economy, America's trade wars — and the president's news-making remarks about the Federal Reserve's ongoing interest-rate hikes. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump spoke with CNBC anchor Joe Kernen on Thursday just outside the Oval Office at the White House. The conversation touched on the state of the U.S. economy, America's trade wars — and the president's news-making remarks about the Federal Reserve's ongoing interest-rate hikes. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump nominated big-bank lawyer Jay Clayton to be chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on his first day in the Oval Office. Clayton, a 51-year-old attorney …... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump, in a rare statement for Oval Office holders, criticized the Federal Reserve for raising interest rates. He said he's "not thrilled" with rate hikes and worries that the work the administration has done will be nullified.        ... [Read More]
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In a time when the phrase "Fake News" is bandied about on a daily basis, it would make sense for reporters to check, double check and even triple check the information in any article. That advice apparently fell on deaf ears when Emily Singer, a senior political reporter for the liberal Mic website, went ahead with an item claiming President Trump had met with Russian... [Read More]
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RONALD REAGAN once quipped that they say hard work never killed anyone—"But I figure why take the chance?" Yet things have changed since "the Gipper" pretended to loaf in the Oval Office. [Read More]
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ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" namesake said on Tuesday that he would rather have a chimpanzee occupying the Oval Office than President Trump. [Read More]
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President Trump is waging a war against "fake news," but he's fighting battles without the proper weapons. Beck Dorey-Stein, who worked as a White House stenographer for five years, told CNN's New Day on Wednesday that Trump's aversion to recorded conversations makes it difficult to parse the truth when questions arise later. Dorey-Stein worked under the Obama administration before spending only a few months with the Trump administration before resigning. Dorey-Stein recalled how she used to sit in the Oval Office with former President Barack Obama, recording his every interaction with the press. If people later questioned... [Read More]
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Media Trainwreck: Yeah, About That Picture Of The Alleged Russian Spy In The Oval Office...It's Not Her - Matt Vespa: This week, Maria Butina was arrested for being an alleged .07/20/2018 1:15:03AM EST. [Read More]
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It's not exactly plausible deniability, but they'll take it When my son and his toddler friends misbehave and fight on the playground, the parents usually make the kids apologize even if it's totally insincere just for the sake of establishing the precedent. In somewhat the same vein, President Donald Trump today addressed the nation from the Oval Office to explain that he "misspoke" at his bizarre joint appearance with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, and actually never meant to cast doubt on the US Intelligence Community's determination of Russia culpability for hacking the Democratic National Committee and John Podesta's email... [Read More]
Mic reporter Emily Singer spread fake news on Tuesday by claiming alleged Russian agent Maria Butina was among a group photographed in the Oval Office. Unfortunately for Singer, the woman in the photo turned out to be a White House staffer. [Read More]
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Talk about getting it wrong. There are mistakes, and then there are MISTAKES, and this is the latter. [Read More]
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Several news outlets are reporting that the woman in the photo is not Mariia Butina. [Read More]
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An image purportedly showing accused Russian spy Mariia Butina in the Oval Office with President Trump is a case of misidentification. [Read More]
Mic writer Emily Singer misidentified a woman in an Oval Office meeting as a Russian spy on Tuesday, racking up thousands of retweets before having to delete the false information. Singer tweeted out a photo of Trump in the Oval Office with Russian diplomat Sergey Lavrov and claimed Maria Butina, who was charged with being... [Read More]
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It's like The Wizard of Oz, where suddenly everything appears in Technicolor. Yes, folks, our media has suddenly embraced the possibility that Trump is a Russian asset. Hey, thanks for finally doing your jobs! I was wondering if even the WSJ editorial board would fold on Trump, and yes, it's that bad. Finally. Of course, the damage done to our nation by a chattering class that refused to acknowledge the obvious will take decades to unwind: WSJ ed board: "Monday's joint press conference was a personal&national embarrassment.On stage w/the dictator whose election meddling has done so much... [Read More]
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Since the Second World War -- spanning 14 US presidents, Republican and Democratic -- the occupant of the Oval Office has been referred to as "the leader of the free world." Until now. [Read More]
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Gushing Bay State Dems yesterday all but gave U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren the green light to launch her 2020 presidential campaign before she's even been re-elected to her Senate seat — despite outcry from opponents that Warren's Oval Office jones is a higher priority than her constituents. [Read More]
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Do you not realize where that money comes from? Do you believe there is some secret vault of gold in Washington, D.C., that whoever is in the Oval Office gets to dole out to whomever they please? [Read More]
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