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Daily Archives: January 28, 2017

Franken: No Dems Will Vote to Confirm DeVos for Secretary of Education

According to Al Franken, Betsy DeVos will receive no confirmation votes from the Democrats for her confirmation as Secretary of Education. The Hill reports: Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) says President Trump’s pick for secretary of Education will get no votes … Read More

Surprise! Trump Doing What He Said He Would

President Trump has been working to fulfill his campaign promises during his first week in office. The Hill reports: In his first frantic week at the White House, Donald Trump is doing almost exactly what he promised to do during … Read More

Trump Falsely Claimed Two Were Fatally Shot in Chicago During Obama’s Speech

President Trump believes that during former President Obama’s outgoing speech, two Chicago residents were shot. The Chicago police cannot verify Trump’s claims. The Hill reports: President Trump claimed in his interview with ABC News this week that two people were … Read More

Sanders Applauds Scientists ‘Fighting Back’ with Planned DC March

Bernie Sanders endorses an upcoming March on Washington by climate change scientists. The Hill reports: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) took to Facebook to throw his support behind scientists who are planning to gather in Washington, D.C., to march. “Science is … Read More

McCain Warns Trump He’ll Fight on Lifting Russian Sanctions

John McCain will personally see to it that sanctions against Russia are codified if President Trump does not follow through with continuing them. The Hill reports: Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is urging President Trump not to make a “reckless” move … Read More

Trump: Persecuted Christian Refugees Will Get Priority

President Trump will make resettling Christian refugees a priority during his presidency. The Hill reports: The United States could prioritize the resettlement of Christian refugees over members of other religious groups, President Trump said on Friday. “They’ve been horribly treated,” … Read More