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Netanyahu to Trump: ‘Israel has never had a better friend than you’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told President Trump on Monday that “Israel has never had a better friend than you,” as Trump formally recognized Israel’s annexation of the Golan Heights. “Mr. President, over the years Israel has been blessed to have many friends who have sat in the Oval Office. But Israel has never had a better friend than you.… READ MORE

Graham sends ominous tweet to Comey: See you soon

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., posted an ominous reply to ex-FBI-Director James Comey on Twitter Sunday after Comey seemed to sum up the summary of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation by posting a picture of a man who appeared lost in the woods. The photo posted by Comey was of a man surrounded by tall trees, and the caption was simply:… READ MORE

FBI clashed with DOJ over potential ‘bias’ of source for surveillance warrant: McCabe-Page texts

Just nine days before the FBI applied for a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant to surveil a top Trump campaign aide, bureau officials were battling with a senior Justice Department official who had “continued concerns” about the “possible bias” of a source pivotal to the application, according to internal text messages obtained by Fox News. The 2016 messages, sent… READ MORE

2020 Dems avoid this year’s AIPAC conference

Democrats running for their party’s presidential nomination in 2020 are staying away from next week’s American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference, in what progressive groups see as a sign of a shifting political tide. Candidates’ announcements about not going to this year’s conference come after liberal group MoveOn called on 2020 Democrats to skip the gathering, which typically attracts… READ MORE

Top House Republican on mission to publish explosive Russia probe files

House Republicans have lost the majority, but they’re not giving up the bullhorn they’ve used to challenge the Russia probe narrative. Amid the frenzied anticipation over the conclusion of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee has made a mission of publishing a slew of transcripts from closed-door interviews by the panel dating back… READ MORE

Hundreds of illegal immigrants released into US amid overcrowding at detention facilities

The U.S. has started releasing hundreds of illegal immigrant detainees into the country as immigration authorities struggle to find available places to house the thousands of illegal migrants coming through the U.S.-Mexico border. Most of the released migrants are expected to be those who crossed the border together with their families. Such migrants are given paper notices with a court… READ MORE

Trump says public can see Mueller report

“I don’t mind,” Trump told a reporter who asked if the public has a right to see the report. “I mean, frankly, I told the House, if you want, let ‘em see it.” The president spoke on the South Lawn of the White House before traveling to Ohio for a speech and a campaign fundraiser. Trump railed against the legitimacy… READ MORE

Trump’s booming economy has 2020 Dems struggling to find negative spin

Multiple 2020 Democratic candidates are scrambling to put a negative spin on the state of the economy, with some resorting to incorrect or overblown suggestions that workers have to hold down two or three jobs to merely “survive” in the U.S. Sens. Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke – all three leading Democrats running for the… READ MORE

Supreme Court sides with Trump on detention of immigrants

The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled in favor of the Trump administration by deciding federal officials can detain immigrants at any time for possible deportation after they have served their time in the U.S. for other crimes. The 5-4 decision reversed the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which said officials have to detain these immigrants immediately or they are exempt… READ MORE

Nunes sues Twitter, users for more than $250M

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee and its former chairman, is suing Twitter and a number of its users for more than $250 million. The lawsuit filed Monday alleges the social media giant censored conservative voices by “shadow-banning” them, which Nunes says potentially impacted the 2018 midterm election results. Others named in the lawsuit… READ MORE

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