President Trump Blasts Democrats For No Border Wall Funding In Upcoming House Bills To Reopen Government

President Trump Blasts Democrats For No Border Wall Funding In Upcoming House Bills To Reopen Government

President Donald Trump kicked off the New Year going after Democrats for bills that Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are planning to vote on Thursday when they take control of the House that ends the partial government shutdown but does not include any funding for a border wall.

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Four Florida Men Arrested On New Year’s Eve For Stealing Over $500K Worth Of Tequila

Four Florida Men Arrested On New Year’s Eve For Stealing Over $500K Worth Of Tequila

Four men were apprehended by local law enforcement officers in Florida early Monday morning for stealing over $500,000 worth of Tequila, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) announced in a statement on Monday.

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House Democrats Plan To Vote On Legislation To End Shutdown Without Border Wall Funding

House Democrats Plan To Vote On Legislation To End Shutdown Without Border Wall Funding

Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives have prepared legislation that aims to end the partial government shutdown without giving President Donald Trump $5.7 billion for border wall funding and plans to vote on that legislation on Thursday, when Democrats take control of the House.

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Former Dem Virginia Governor Advises Democrats To ‘Not Give An Inch’ To Trump’s Border Wall Demands

Former Dem Virginia Governor Advises Democrats To ‘Not Give An Inch’ To Trump’s Border Wall Demands

Former Democratic governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe advised Democrats in Congress to “not give an inch” to President Donald Trump’s demands for border wall funding in a spending bill before he signs it and that Trump “owns” the current partial government shutdown.

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Lindsey Graham Says Democrats Would Rather Have Trump Lose Rather Than America Win In Border Wall Funding Fight

Lindsey Graham Says Democrats Would Rather Have Trump Lose Rather Than America Win In Border Wall Funding Fight

Republican U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina told CNN during an interview on “State of the Union” on Sunday that Congressional Democrats would rather have President Donald Trump lose the fight for border wall funding rather than have America win.

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Bernie Sanders Claims Americans Are ‘Tired Of A President Who Is A Liar’ In Jab Against Trump

Bernie Sanders Claims Americans Are ‘Tired Of A President Who Is A Liar’ In Jab Against Trump

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, a political “Independent” but votes and campaigns with the Democratic Party, took a jab at President Donald Trump on Twitter on Friday morning, stating the Americans have become “tired” of President Donald Trump, listing a number of reasons.

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Trump Threatens To Close Southern Border If Congress Does Not Approve Border Wall Funding

Trump Threatens To Close Southern Border If Congress Does Not Approve Border Wall Funding

President Donald Trump threatened to close the U.S. southern border with Mexico on Friday if Congress does not pass a bill that appropriates funding for the construction of a border wall as the federal government enters its eight day with a partial shutdown.

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Six Customers Draw Weapons On Thieves Stealing From Washington State Store

Six Customers Draw Weapons On Thieves Stealing From Washington State Store

Six customers confronted and drew weapons on two men after the two men allegedly stole nail guns from inside a retail store located in Marysville, Washington, according to a report published by the Daily Herald.

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Mark Warner Says Trump Is ‘Treating’ Federal Employees ‘Like Poker Chips At One Of His Failed Casinos’

Mark Warner Says Trump Is ‘Treating’ Federal Employees ‘Like Poker Chips At One Of His Failed Casinos’

Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Warner accused President Donald Trump of “treating” federal employees affected by the ongoing partial government shutdown “like poker chips at one of his failed casinos” as the president and Democrats hold firm on their positions over border wall funding.

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Report: U.S. Christmas Shopping Season Best In Six Years

Report: U.S. Christmas Shopping Season Best In Six Years

Christmas shopping rose 5.1 percent to $850 billion in 2018 compared to the same period last year, Reuters reported citing a MasterCard report.  The 2018 shopping numbers marks the best in six years, showing shoppers were not concerned with a slowing global growth and political gridlock in Washington, D.C.

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Democratic Senators Say President Trump Will Not Get $5 Billion For Border Wall Funding

Democratic Senators Say President Trump Will Not Get $5 Billion For Border Wall Funding

Two U.S. Senate Democrats said on Sunday morning that a short-term spending bill, known as a continuing resolution (CR), would not be passed in the U.S. Senate that included $5 billion for border wall construction as President Donald Trump had requested.

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Mattis To Retire From Secretary of Defense Position In February

Mattis To Retire From Secretary of Defense Position In February

Secretary of Defense James Mattis announced on Thursday that he will retire at the end of February in a resignation letter to President Donald Trump, citing differences with the president on the correct approach to dealing with the Islamic State and allies of the United States.

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Paul Ryan Says President Trump Will Not Sign Current Spending Bill Without Border Security Funding

Paul Ryan Says President Trump Will Not Sign Current Spending Bill Without Border Security Funding

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R. WI, emerged from a meeting with President Donald Trump and other members of Congress at the White House and told reporters that Trump does not intend to sign the current short-term funding bill without it having adequate border security measures.

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U.S. To Begin Withdrawing U.S. Military From Syria

U.S. To Begin Withdrawing U.S. Military From Syria

The White House announced on Wednesday that the United States will begin withdrawing the roughly 2,000 U.S. military troops deployed to Syria engaged in fighting and defeating the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). 

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Brennan Says He Is ‘Relieved’ Trump Will Not Be Able To ‘Run For Public Office Again’ Following Cohen Court Documents

Brennan Says He Is ‘Relieved’ Trump Will Not Be Able To ‘Run For Public Office Again’ Following Cohen Court Documents

Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency John Brennan responded to President Donald Trump’s tweet concerning payments by former Trump-attorney Michael Cohen saying that he was “relieved” Trump would not have the “opportunity to run for public office again.”

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