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Jim Acosta's Alleged 'Assault' of White House Intern Debated on 'The View'

"When you look at the clip, is that inappropriate touching? We know when someone is accused of assault, that's a very loaded word," said Whoopi Goldberg.

An intense debate on whether or not CNN reporter, Jim Acosta, "assaulted" a White House intern during a press conference with President Trump took place on ABC's morning talk show, "The View."

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Trump Shares Latest Racist and Xenophobic Midterm Ad

"This is distracting, divisive Donald at his worst," said Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez.

President Trump tweeted a video on Wednesday with the following commentary: "It is outrageous what the Democrats are doing to our country. Vote Republican now! http://Vote.GOP."

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On Twitter, President Trump threatened to engage the military to guard the southern border of the Unites States.

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Federal Judge Halts Trump's Plans for Deportation of Non-White, Non-European Immigrants

This ruling attempts to level the playing field for all immigrants in this country.

A federal judge in California on Wednesday ordered the Trump administration to temporarily halt its plan to end the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program.

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The Trump administration instituted a new policy that will deny visas to unmarried, same-sex partners of foreign diplomats and United Nations officials and employees.

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Georgia State Sen. Michael Williams said President Donald Trump's alleged use of the N-word shouldn't be used against him because it was the past.

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Trump's Secretary of Commerce Allegedly Stole $120 Million

White man affirmative-action – the most often seen kind of affirmative action in America.

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Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross allegedly bamboozled $120 million dollars from his Wall Street buddies over the years during his tenure as the head of the private-equity company WL Ross & Co., according to a report from Forbes.

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Stephen Miller Plans to Target Legal Immigrants by Eliminating Access to Green Cards and Citizenship

So much for the idea that Republicans only wanted to eliminate illegal immigration.

Photo Courtesy of The Onion

The White House plans to add new restrictions to green card and citizenship applications for legal immigrants who have used public services at any point in the United States.

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Council Votes for Trump's Star to be Removed From Hollywood Walk of Fame

West Hollywood City Council votes to get rid of it. Why did this bigot get picked when there are plenty of other show business bigots?

The West Hollywood City Council voted Monday night to urge the removal of President Donald Trump's star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The council cited a plethora of reasons for the vote including: his attacks on minorities, women, disabled people, and Muslims.

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​Right Racist Hate from the Far Right Terrorizes the Wrong Gonzalez

More nonsense from loony land as gun fanatics shoot sexist, homophobic and racist from the hip. Ready, fire, aim from the bigot belt.

@911NoPlaner, or Ryan Rodrigues, who refuses to get his information from "fake news" mainstream media, found himself standing in front of the wrong Emma Gonzalez when he was on his quest to prove Parkland students were crisis actors.

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Wounded Veterans Prevented from Potomac Therapy Near Trump Golf Club

Ban is just in time for president's "American Heroes Week."

President Trump, who often praises America’s soldiers, has left wounded warriors high and dry barring those who paddle along the Potomac as therapy in favor of golf. / Team River Runner

A weekly ritual for wounded veterans consisting of kayaking down the Potomac for exercise, therapy and free barbeque gatherings organized by the local community is now threatened by the recreational outings of President Donald Trump.

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Oprah Winfrey for President?

In an interview, Winfrey said President Trump's win made her rethink whether or not she could become President of the United States.

Oprah Winfrey, a television host, actress, philanthropist, publisher and producer who grew up in poverty in Mississippi, has made a habit of shattering glass ceilings. In a recent interview, Winfrey hinted she could become the first Black woman president.

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