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Ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner Finishes Prison Term
Anthony Weiner, the former New York congressman sentenced to 21 months behind bars after he sent explicit photos of himself to an underage girl, has been released from prison. According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the 54-year-old Weiner is now in the custody of a New York residential reentry m
7 More Viral Photos That Are Totally Fake
The internet is overflowing with fake images these days, making it hard to know what to believe. But Gizmodo is here to help. Below, we’ve collected seven viral images that you may have seen floating around places like Facebook and Twitter recently. And they’re all fake in one way or another.
Russia Investigation: Mueller Subpoenaed Director of Political Consulting Company Linked to Major Trump Donor
Special counsel Robert Mueller subpoenaed a former director of the political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, The Guardian reported on Sunday. Brittany Kaiser, a former business development director for the now-collapsed firm, is cooperating with Mueller, a spokesman told the outlet.
Barack Obama pays tribute to Parkland student activists on anniversary of school shooting: ‘I’m proud of all of them'
As friends and family members spend Feb. 14 mourning the loved ones killed in last year’s Parkland school shooting, politicians and celebrities are also marking the first anniversary of the tragedy that left 17 Stoneman Douglas students and staff members dead.
Borrowing from Hillary Clinton, Trump says we're 'stronger together'
At his Texas rally, the president said something that a lot of people had heard before... from Hillary Clinton. Kimberly Atkins and Anita Kumar join to discuss.
McAuliffe says he's close to making a decision on 2020 presidential run
Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Sunday he's inching closer to making a decision on whether or not to run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020. McAuliffe had previously set a self-imposed deadline of March 31 for announcing his intentions.
How Andrew McCabe's 25th Amendment bombshell tells us everything -- and nothing
(CNN)In a forthcoming interview with "60 Minutes," former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe confirmed that he and a handful of other Justice Department officials openly discussed recruiting Cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment in the wake of President Donald Trump''s decision to fire FBI Dir
Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s first stop on her 2020 tour is a DIRECT SHOT at 2016 loser Hillary Clinton
LOL. Sen. Amy Klobuchar is already punching Hillary Clinton right in the face and it’s only the first day of her campaign:
Bill Clinton eulogizes longtime friend John Dingell as ‘stand-up guy’
(WASHINGTON) — Former President Bill Clinton was 13 years old, he said, when a young congressman named John Dingell first became his idol. Dingell, Democrat of Michigan and the longest-serving member of Congress who died last week at 92, took office when he was just 29, in 1955 — and on the day Clin
The Russian dossier was concocted to frame Trump and conceal the Clinton/DNC/Russian collusion
Bill and Hillary Clinton were and are up to their eyeballs in Russian collusion. All of the roads to the Trump dossier lead directly to them:. Christopher Steele: Paid by the Clinton campaign and the DNC and who paid Kremlin operatives for the dirt on Trump.
KNOWLES: Former FBI Deputy Director McCabe Is A Corrupt Bureaucrat
On Thursday's episode of "The Michael Knowles Show," Michael discusses the stunning revelations made by former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe about the DOJ investigations into the Trump administration. Transcript and video below.
Bernie Sanders Stumbled With Black Voters in 2016. Can He Do Better in 2020?
Shortly after Senator Bernie Sanders suffered a crushing loss in South Carolina’s Democratic primary in 2016, his campaign’s African-American outreach team sent a memo to top campaign leaders with an urgent warning.
The One Trait That Predicts Trump Fever
Oostburg and Chevy Chase couldn’t be more different. But in the 2016 primary, they both rejected Trump. They have something else in common, too. Timothy P. Carney is commentary editor at the Washington Examiner and a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He is the author of Alienated
Derp States Sees And Hears No Evil From The Clinton Crime Family
… Notice: “hundreds of thousands of emails turned over by Weiner’s attorney to SDNY”. This is not an outcome of a New York Police Dept. raid on Anthony Weiner. This is Weiner’s attorney going to the U.S. attorney and voluntarily turning over the laptop and by extension the emails. The emails were no
Kirsten Gillibrand '88 presents policy positions to packed audience
With that excited remark, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand ’88 (D-NY) took the stage at her alma mater, becoming the first declared presidential candidate in the 2020 cycle to visit Dartmouth. Gillibrand spoke to a crowd of over 400 students and community members on Saturday in a packed Alumni Hall.
Hillary Clinton praises Nancy Pelosi for proving that ‘it often takes a woman to get the job done’
Female politicians in Washington have been killing it in the last few months, which is why it comes as no surprise that Hillary Clinton has come out in support of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying “it often takes a woman to get the job done”.
Hillary Clinton mocks Trump and GOP for copying her campaign slogan with an ironic message
Hillary Clinton recently slammed Donald Trump for copying her 2016 presidential campaign slogan. On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, the former Secretary of State retweeted a post made by the Republican National Committee featuring the U.S. President.
Donald Trump called Andrew McCabe's wife a 'loser', ex-FBI official claims in new book
President Trump mocked Andrew McCabe’s wife as a “loser” during a conversation between the two, the ex-FBI deputy director claims in a new book. McCabe detailed the alleged discussion, which was included in an excerpt published by The Atlantic, saying it took place shortly after the firing of FBI Di