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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Nancy Pelosi meet: AOC beats back on House Speaker

Ocasio-Cortez argued that Democrats can not be confident that the Trump government will not deduct humanitarian aid money for immigration enforcement – a remark after the President acknowledged that the ICE raids after the 4th World War had failed Would start July. The New The York Democrat responded to remarks by Pelosi in an interview with the New York Times, …

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Stray dogs in Florida maul man in fourth of July attack to death

The Florida authorities investigated, after alleging that a man had been killed by stray dogs. 45-year-old Melvin Olds died on July 4 in Lake Placid after being bitten more than 100 times by dogs in Highlands County The Sheriff's Office reported in a Friday press release. "The on-site investigation found that his death was caused by an animal attack," the …

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Justin Amash about what his GOP colleagues say behind closed doors

"I get people to send me text messages, people who call me and say 'thank you for what you do,'" Amash told CNN's Jake Tapper in a sweeping Sunday interview "State of the Union". "They do not say it publicly, and I think that's a problem for our country, it's a problem for the Republican Party, it's a problem for …

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Majority wants citizenship question at census, 53% -32%

Americans by far agree with President Trump that the upcoming 2020 census should raise citizenship issues. The latest Economist / YouGov survey found that 53% think that they should ask the question, compared to 32% who do not. The survey asked, "Do you think the federal government should ask people in the 2020 Census if they are American or not? …

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Why Democrats Must Talk About Busing in 2020

Nobody could have predicted that bus driving – a policy almost 50 years old, to force the separation of public schools – could be the problem of breaking the weak peace in the primary democratic race in 2020. But now that this is the case, it actually makes sense. Despite the universal desire within the party to defeat Donald Trump …

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Trump achieves high career approval, but faces a number of re-election risks: Survey

Sponsored by a strong economy, Donald Trump achieved the highest job approval in his career in the latest ABC News / Washington Post poll and is running for reelection against four out of five possible Democratic candidates. Nonetheless, he remains largely unpopular with regard to personal and professional action, highlighting his shortcomings in the 2020 elections. Forty-four percent of Americans …

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