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Gen. Kelly Responds To Rep. Wilson’s Claims Of Trump’s “Insensitive” Call

Absolute silence fell over the White House Press Briefing room as White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly addressed the media on Thursday afternoon. His appearance comes after the controversy between Trump and Congresswomen Frederica Wilson, who made claims that President Trump’s phone call remarks to the Gold Star widow of Sgt. La David T. Johnson were “insensitive.” Kelly expressed that he was “heartbroken and stunned” to hear the claims made by Wilson. Kelly went through the process for a soldier that dies in combat and the tradition that Presidents typically write letters to the families of the fallen… Keep Reading

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Report: Mike Pence Backs Assange Pardon Effort

Vice President Mike Pence has backed efforts by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) to secure a presidential pardon for dissident Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, according to a report by Chuck Johnson of GotNews. Pence also allegedly confirmed that President Donald Trump had seen one of Rohrabacher’s televised appearances, where the California Congressman discussed his communication with Assange, and was sympathetic to the effort. In late September, the President claimed he had “never heard [the prospect of a deal with Assange] mentioned”. Keep Reading

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Report: John Kelly Blocking Deal That Would Vindicate Julian Assange

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is allegedly blocking Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) from communicating a deal to President Donald Trump regarding Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, according to a Tuesday report by the Daily Caller. Under the terms of the deal, Assange would provide information vindicating Russia of the now-widespread accusation that the country hacked into the Democratic National Committee and subsequently gave the information they acquired to Wikileaks in an effort to assist Donald Trump. In return, Assange would receive a preemptive presidential pardon. Keep Reading

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