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Graham to subpoena intel agencies over Trump's wiretap claims

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on crime and terrorism, said Thursday he was open to subpoenaing intelligence agencies to get information regarding President Trump’s baseless accusation over the weekend that his predecessor had illegally wiretapped Trump Tower. “All I can say is that the country needs an answer to this,” Graham told CNN. ...

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Trump's border wall funding coming at expense of safety agencies

First Mexico was going to pay for the wall. Then exports from America’s southern neighbor would be taxed 20% to finance it. And now Uncle Sam could be footing the bill. A draft of President Trump’s budget, obtained by the Washington Post, lays out cuts to FEMA, the Coast Guard and the TSA to secure $ 2.9 billion for the wall. ...

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James Corden reveals he once slapped Donald Trump's behind

James Corden went wild during his only encounter with Donald Trump. The “Late Late Show” host revealed during a sit-down interview with Kerry Washington and Alec Baldwin on Tuesday night that he once brought Trump on stage during a play in 2012 and spanked his behind. “There used to be a part in the play where I brought someone up ...

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White House still has no evidence for Trump's wiretapping claim

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer engaged in some verbal gymnastics Tuesday as he tried to explain why President Trump was demanding an investigation into allegations his predecessor illegally wiretapped Trump Tower. The White House maintains Trump has information backing his wild claim that former President Barack Obama surveilled him before the election, but won’t say what the supposed information ...

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Hawaii plans to fight Trump's new travel ban

Aloha, Mr. President. Hawaii plans on filing a legal challenge Wednesday to President Trump’s new travel ban, becoming the first state to do so. The state wants to amend its existing lawsuit against Trump’s previous directive to contest the revised one, according to court documents filed Tuesday. The new order bars new visas for people from six Muslim-majority countries and ...

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Ex-White House spokesman calls out Trump's cynical use of press

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Former Obama administration spokesman Josh Earnest says President Trump is cynically using the press while also relying on it to boost his image and appeal to the public. Earnest said Trump has a complicated relationship with the media. He said he doesn’t believe Trump has any grand ambitions to do away with the First Amendment but lashes ...

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Arnold Schwarzenegger addresses Donald Trump's fixation with him

Consider this a divorce. Suggesting that Melania isn’t the only immigrant getting some affection from Donald Trump, action star-turned-elected official Arnold Schwarzenegger commented on the unending attention he’s been getting from the game show host-turned-elected official. In his appearance on “The Michael Smerconish Program” Tuesday morning, host Michael Smerconish asked the former “Predator” killer and Danny DeVito-lookalike why he thinks ...

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After Trump's latest claim, will we wake up to his false facts?

On Saturday mornings at 6:35 a.m., most of us are likely fast asleep, making the most of weekend slumber. Even for moms like me, who have a 2-year-old waking around that time, we are often far too groggy to tell milk from orange juice, let alone form coherent sentences. But this past Saturday morning at 6:35 a.m. — minutes before ...

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Former immigration chief warns Donald Trump's 'anti-Muslim' ban WON'T make America safer

The president signed a revised executive order on Monday to halt immigration from Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen for 90 days. Iraq, which was covered in the previous seven-nation order, has now been removed after criticism the order overlooked the country’s role in fighting against ISIS.  The new ban, which takes effect on March 16, was signed away ...

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Advocacy groups vow to fight Trump's new travel ban

Civil liberty and social justice advocacy groups said Monday they’ll fight to block President Trump’s new executive order just as they did the last one. Amnesty International, the New York Civil Liberties Union and the Brennan Center for Justice were just some of the organizations that issued statements Monday denouncing Trump’s revamped travel ban. Trump’s new executive order is a ...

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