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BREAKING: White House Concludes There Is No Corroborating Evidence In FBI’s Latest Kavanaugh Report

After reviewing interview reports from the FBI’s investigation into Brett Kavanaugh, the White House found no corroboration of any allegations of sexual misconduct. The FBI report may do little to provide clarity, and essentially leave the issue in the same state as it was last week: two witnesses giving different accounts of what occurred. The accuser, Christine Blasey Ford is still left with no collaborating witnesses or evidence to support her allegations. Late Wednesday, attorneys for Ford slammed the FBI background investigation after it was revealed that the agency’s probe appeared to be over. Keep Reading

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Globalist Goldman Sachs Banker Gary Cohn Out At White House

President Trump’s top economics adviser Gary Cohn — who opposed his plan to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum — will resign in coming weeks, a brand new report stated Tuesday. White House officials informed The New York Times that there was no particular cause for Cohn’s departure — and the president praised him in an announcement to the paper. “Gary has been my chief economic adviser and did a superb job in driving our agenda, helping to deliver historic tax cuts and reforms and unleashing the American economy once again,” Trump stated. “He is a rare talent, and I thank him for… Keep Reading

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Report: Princess Ivanka Is Tearing The White House Apart

First daughter Ivanka Trump is grating on other West Wing staffers and has pissed off White House chief of staff John Kelly, who has complained that she is simply “playing government,” based on a report Tuesday. The retired Marine general believes President Trump’s daughter is attempting to have it both ways, serving as a senior adviser to her father one moment and then appearing like his daughter the next, depending on the situation, CNN reported. Kelly has additionally dismissed her policy agenda and referred to her child tax credit as “a pet project,” the report mentioned. She’s married to Jared… Keep Reading

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Sloppy Steve’s War On Ivanka During White House Tenure Comes To Light

Steve Bannon dressed down President Trump’s daughter Ivanka within the early days of the administration, reminding her that she was simply one other staffer within the White House. “My daughter loves me as a dad,” Bannon informed Ivanka, based on Howard Kurtz’s ebook, “Media Madness: Donald Trump, The Press and the War Over the Truth.” “You love your dad. I get that. But you’re just another staffer who doesn’t know what you’re doing.” And at one point, the president even took Bannon’s side when the then-top White House strategist accused the first daughter of leaking a story.   “‘Baby, I think Steve’s… Keep Reading

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Steve Bannon Could Be Fired In Ongoing White House Reshuffle

White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon has once again fallen out of Trump’s favor, and his job could well be at risk, according to reports by Axios‘s Jonathan Swan and Politico‘s Josh Dawsey, Eliana Johnson, and Ben White. Trump appears to have two main gripes with Bannon. Firstly, he suspects Bannon to be responsible for the negative leaks about National Security H.R. McMaster to conservative publications such as Breitbart, which was previously headed by Bannon. Bannon reportedly believes “believes the globalists pose the greatest internal threat to the Trump presidency, and could send it veering off course with foreign interventions,” according to… Keep Reading

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Although Scaramucci Is Gone, More Heads Expected To Roll As Trump Shake-Up Continues

President Trump is in the mood for heads to roll, and more shake-ups in the administration are expected. The next person expected to be sent to the unemployment line by Trump is National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster, the neoconservative who has pushed for a more belligerent approach on foreign policy. New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush claims that administration sources have indicated to him that Trump is considering replacing McMaster with CIA Director Mike Pompeo. McMaster, who replaced Mike Flynn in his role, has frequently annoyed Trump according to reports, and his incessant hawkishness is not always congruent with Trump’s… Keep Reading

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Rand Denies Report Of Rift With Trump: “I’ve Been One Of His Strongest Defenders”

During a Wednesday appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) hit back against a report by the New York Times which claimed that President Donald Trump’s previously close relationship with him had soured. The Times report states that Trump told a group of Republican Senators at a Monday dinner “how annoyed he was” at Rand Paul for his appearances on multiple Sunday shows in opposition to the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). “It is one thing to vote no,” Trump reportedly said. “It is another to go on all of the Sunday shows and complain about it.” Keep Reading

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White House Kicks Off ‘Made In America’ Week

This week, the White House will be hosting 50 companies from across the country, each intended to represent a state. The companies will display a product that they manufacture in the United States, such as a NASA spacesuit made by ILC Dover LP, Delaware’s representative. Steinway, representing New York, will display a piano. Shotgun chaps made by K Bar J Leather, on behalf of South Dakota, will be displayed as well. The list goes on from there. Press Secretary Sean Spicer talked up this campaign at yesterday’s off-camera press briefing, stating that the country has an “incredible span of American products.” But no endeavor… Keep Reading

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Rand Paul Meets President Donald Trump To Talk Health Care

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)  met President Donald Trump today, according to recent tweets by the Senator. “Headed to meet with [Donald Trump] this afternoon. The bill is currently not real repeal and needs major improvement. I’ll discuss w/ him how to fix bill & get more to a YES on real repeal, things I’ve tried to tell Senate leaders with no result so far,” Paul said. A White House official also confirmed the meeting to Roll Call. After the meeting, Paul said the following on Twitter: “Just came from WH. [Donald Trump] is open to making bill better. Is Senate… Keep Reading

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Birther In The Beltway: Prominent Obama Critic Given White House Press Credentials

In the age of President Donald Trump, alternative media is being legitimized and validated like never before. This titanic shift is reflected in who is receiving White House press credentials. Jerome Corsi, a reporter who cast doubt on the legitimacy of President Obama’s birth certificate, will be covering the White House on behalf of Alex Jones’ Infowars. “In an epic blow to the mainstream media’s control of the narrative, Infowars has officially received White House Press Credentials that will allow Washington Bureau Chief Jerome Corsi to attend White House press briefings,” the official announcement stated. Corsi’s first briefing came earlier… Keep Reading

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Donald Trump: Uh Oh, My Son-in-Law Jared Kushner Might Be Incompetent!

One of President Donald Trump’s most influential and powerful advisors is a member of his own family. His son-in-law, Jared Kushner was put at the helm of the new White House Office of American Innovation, and designated to work on criminal justice reform and other crucial tasks, but now Trump has apparently discovered a shocking secret about his daughter’s husband: He’s completely incompetent! “[President Trump’s] own mood, according to two advisers who spoke on the condition of anonymity, has become sour and dark, and he has turned against most of his aides — even his son-in-law, Jared Kushner — describing… Keep Reading

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As The White House Turns: Comey Is History, McMaster Is Reportedly On The Outs

It’s never a dull moment in the Trump White House. As rival factions within the administration continue to butt heads, the casualties are beginning to mount. Embattled FBI Director James Comey was officially relieved of his duties today, and if tensions continue to mount, national security advisor H.R. McMaster may be the next to get the axe. “While I appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation,” Trump wrote in a public letter addressed to Comey informing him that he was terminated. “I nevertheless concur with the judgment of the Department of Justice that… Keep Reading

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REPORT: Steve Bannon Didn’t Oppose Syria Strike; Maintains Distance From Right-Wing Media

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has been called a right-wing firebrand, a tea party favorite, and even a white nationalist for his role in creating the Trump presidency. However, Bannon’s true nature is shaping up to be much different than the hype if recent reports are to be believed. In a New York Magazine article, journalist Olivia Nuzzi gave a glimpse to a different side of Bannon than what is usually portrayed by the media. She portrays Bannon as a man who has expended very little of his political capital to get nationalist allies into key White House positions,… Keep Reading

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Cruz Defends Freedom Caucus, Attacks Liberal Elements In White House

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has condemned progressive figures within the White House who have been agitating against the fiscally conservative Freedom Caucus. In a Tuesday panel covered by the Texas Tribune, Cruz defended the Freedom Caucus, stating, “I will say those voices in the White House that are trying to get the White House to unload on conservatives, to unload on the Freedom Caucus, are doing the bidding of the left, of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, and profoundly damaging our prospects of success.” When a reporter asked him to elaborate on who specifically he was referring to, Cruz said, “whoever is encouraging the White House to… Keep Reading

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Trump Vows To Expedite FDA Approvals

President Trump met Tuesday with the heads of several pharmaceutical companies at the White House. During the Oval Office meeting, Trump discussed bringing more pharmaceutical jobs back to the U.S. and making drugs more affordable. He urged the drug companies, which included Johnson and Johnson, to bring more jobs back to America, saying, “So you have to get your companies back here. We have to make products…” “We have no choice,” he added in typical Trumpian fashion. He called on the execs to lower drug prices, which are exorbitant, saying, “We have to get prices way down.” Trump’s first point… Keep Reading

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President Meets With CEOs. Here’s The Problem…

“They’re going to have to pay a border tax — a substantial border tax,” President Trump pledged Monday morning during a White House meeting with twelve CEOs including the heads of Dow Chemical, Proctor and Gamble, and Ford. He went on to thinly veil threats against the businessmen, saying, “All you have to do is stay. Don’t leave. Don’t fire your people in the United States.” The President also discussed a 75% regulation cut and tax cuts for both the middle class and for corporations and a ‘big border tax.’ This is troubling for several salient reasons. Primarily, the public… Keep Reading

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SOURCE: Thomas Massie Being Considered For Trump Administration Post

A confidential source on the Trump transition team has told The Liberty Conservative that Rep. Thomas Massie, an award-winning, MIT-educated engineer, elected to Congress in 2012, is under consideration for the job of Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, a role commonly known as Science Advisor to the President. Massie currently serves as Chairman for the Subcommittee on Technology and Innovation in the House of Representatives. Massie’s office did not respond to our requests for comment. Keep Reading

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The Authors Of Prosperity

Amid a torrent of rumors surrounding the allegedly chaotic Trump transition, there have been some glimmers of hope emerging from the fledgling ascendance of the Manhattanite billionaire to the halls of power in Washington, DC. Vice President-elect, Mike Pence, has taken the reins of the transition process and his first order of business was to fire all lobbyists from the team, a promising sign that Trump plans to make good on his campaign pledge to “drain the swamp.” Coming on the heels of this welcome news is the report that the president-elect will order a ban on all lobbying activities… Keep Reading

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