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Daily Archives: February 10, 2017

Trump Denounced Arms-Reduction Treaty in Putin Call: Report

President Trump may want to re-negotiate a 2010 nuclear treaty signed between former President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin, and supported by former President Bush. Trump believes the treaty gives Russia too much power. The Hill reports: In his … Read More

Sanders: Court Ruling Might ‘Teach President Trump a Lesson’

The Democrats are firmly against President Trump’s travel ban, arguing that a nationwide injection against the ban was good for America. The Hill reports: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) praised an appeals court for rejecting the administration’s request to resume an … Read More

Clinton Responds to Trump Executive Action Ruling with Simple Tweet: ‘3-0’

Hillary Clinton tweeted her support of the Ninth Circuit court ruling on Twitter with a cryptic tweet. The Hill reports: Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Thursday evening tweeted a simple “3-0” following the unanimous ruling from an appeals … Read More

Appeals Court Unanimously Rejects Trump on Travel Ban

President Trump’s travel ban has been postponed after the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled against the Trump administration. Immigration from the seven banned countries will resume. The Hill reports: A San Francisco-based appeals court on … Read More

Social Media Users Parody Trump’s ‘See You in Court’ Tweet

President Trump continues to be mocked for his tweets on Twitter. The Hill reports: Social media users were quick to play with President Trump’s defiant tweet Thursday vowing to “see you in court” after a court of appeals rejected his … Read More

Top Oversight Lawmakers Ask Ethics Office to Recommend Discipline for Conway

The House Oversight Committee is looking into whether Kellyanne Conway’s recent comments about Nordstrom constitute a “conflict of interest.” The Hill reports: The two top lawmakers on the House Oversight Committee on Thursday called on the Office of Government Ethics … Read More