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Laura Ingraham Calls Bush Speech a ‘Slap in the Face’ to Populist Movement

Laura Ingraham was credited on Thursday night by both presidential aide Stephen Miller and Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump’s former White House strategist, for helping to guide the national populist movement that rallied around Trump. Bannon and Miller made their remarks at the “Breitbart embassy,” the old Washington townhouse on…

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Commentary: The D.C. Establishment Growing More Hysterical By the Day with President Trump

by CHQ Staff   Just when we thought that Washington’s establishment elite couldn’t get any crazier along comes former George W. Bush aide and Washington Post token Republican Michael Gerson to snap us back to reality. Gerson’s column, “Republicans, it’s time to panic” asks “Is Trump psychologically and morally equipped…

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Why EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt Is President Trump’s Best Cabinet Secretary

by CHQ Staff   We’ve told CHQ readers about EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s role in President Trump’s successful efforts to roll back the regulatory state, but his efforts so far pale in comparison to Pruitt’s announcement yesterday that he was ending the EPA’s practice of “sue and settle.” Sue and…

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Senator Tom Cotton: Cabinet Officials, Lawmakers Need to Support President Trump or Resign

Sen. Tom Cotton said those who do not support President Trump’s message need to resign. “The simple fact of the matter is the American people elected the president ultimately to make these decisions,” Mr. Cotton, Arkansas Republican, said on Fox News in an interview that aired Tuesday. Mr. Cotton was…

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Trump Headed to 5 Asian Countries Next Month

U.S. President Donald Trump is heading to five Asian countries early next month, looking to ramp up pressure against North Korea’s nuclear weapons development, but also promote American economic interests in the region. The White House said Monday that Trump’s trip from November 3 to 14 will include visits to…

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New York Times Admits the Obvious: Its Anti-Trump Bias

The snarky, anti-Trump Twitter feeds at the New York Times have finally been tamed. The Times, conceding reality, decided to update its social media policy on Friday, and posted an explanation to readers. “The new guidelines underscore our newsroom’s appreciation for the important role social media now plays in our…

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