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Mocking Trump over fast food is as dumb as when conservatives bashed Obama over how to eat and burger

" W e have pizzas, we have 300 burgers, many, many French fries, all of our favorite foods," President Trump customs the national champion Clemson football team visiting the White House Monday night, showing Off his giant spread of McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King and other fast food items. The president said he had to buy food for the government shutdown. …

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William Barr Confirmation Hearing: Live Stream Trump Attorney General Director Witnesses to Senate Judiciary Committee Today – Live Updates

Senate Judges Committee members roar William Barr, President Trump's nominee for lawyer, on his first day of confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill. Initially, Republican late Lindsey Graham, new committee chairman, told Barr that he should expect to ask questions about a memo that he wrote containing the language critically of the special council's inquiry into whether President Trump prevented justice. …

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The Democrats are closing the White House meeting on suspension: "It's a mess"

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders confirmed that no Democrats participated and instead listed nine Republican members who wish. "Today, the president offered both Democrats and Republicans the chance to meet for lunch at the White House," Sanders said in a statement. "Unfortunately, no Democrats will attend. The President looks forward to having a working lunch with House Republicans to …

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Donald Trump's epic fast food image is perfect Trumpian

Asked about the spread, Trump had much to say. "I like everything. I like everything," he began. "It's all good stuff, good American food. And it will be very interesting to see at the end of the evening how many are left. Printed if he preferred McDonald's or Wendy's, Trump expounded – long: "If it's American, I like it. It's …

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Government Suspension: Atlanta Airport warns of 3-hour security lines

America's busiest airport has warned passengers to set aside three hours to clear the security, as the regulation's shutdown is taking a toll on everyday life in the United States. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport tweeted on Monday night that it experienced "longer than usual waiting times during peak travel" and urged passengers to "give yourself 3 hours to clear safety". …

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Judges carried the citizenship issue from 2020 census

NEW YORK (AP) – A federal judge in New York has prevented the Trump administration from adding a citizenship issue to the 2020 census. U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman said Tuesday that while such a question would be constitutional, US Trade Secretary Wilbur Ross had added it arbitrarily and not followed proper procedure. The verdict came in a case where …

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William Barr Confirmation Hearing: Live Updates

Senate Judiciary President Lindsay Graham, in his opening remarks at William Barr's hearing, warned that the appointment of a lawyer "will be challenged." "I look forward to this hearing. You will be challenged. Challenged. The notebook will be much talk about it, as it should be," he said. Ranking member Dianne Feinstein also referred the note in her comments "I …

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Snow storms deliver one-two blows to the Midwest and Northeast this week

January 15, 2019 When the rest of January is shaping up to be quite stormy in the Midwest and northeastern US, a weak winter storm may hinder travel that stretches Wednesday night to Friday, while a stronger winter storm may close The Great The storm that stretched over 1,700 miles from the Rockies to the Mid-Atlantic coast over the weekend …

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Hard storm triggers mudslides and evacuations in California; Snowflakes closing of I-5

January 15, 2019 By Kevin Byrne AccuWeather Staff Writer January 15, 2019, 8:18:35 EST Share: Emergency officers demanded evacuations near several burner areas in southern California as a heavy storm that caused chaos with travel on Monday. When heavy rain fell in the area, Santa Barbara County officials asked for evacuation orders for residents living near Sherpa, Whittier and Thomas …

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