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TOTAL BETRAYAL: Donald Trump Reportedly Caves On Paris Climate Deal

As Trump unveiled his new found love for Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) this week as he backpedaled on immigration policy, his blind supporters made many sorry excuses for the President’s change of heart. “It’s truly said to see all the fairweather friends turning on Trump,” Baked Alaska said on Twitter. “You have no loyalty, no patience, no trust, no faith, and no class!” “95% of those “abandoning Trump” over the [Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals] negotiations are FAKE, astroturfed [Soros robots] pretending to be disgruntled supporters,” said Bill Mitchell, who provided no evidence to support… Keep Reading

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Stephen Miller: The Last Nationalist Standing In The Trump White House

Last week, Sebastian Gorka announced his resignation as White House national security aide. Gorka, a favorite of disposed former chief strategist Steve Bannon, was one of the few remaining nationalists in a prominent role in the Trump administration. In fact, there is only a sole proponent of the “America First” mandate still in the White House: senior policy adviser Stephen Miller. Miller, a 32-year-old nationalist, is best known for his passionate exchange with a reporter regarding the RAISE Act. This put him on the radar as one of Trump’s fiercest surrogates, as he dealt with the mouthy reporter with a… Keep Reading

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Sebastian Gorka Resigns, Claims Opponents Of “MAGA” Agenda Occupying White House

Sebastian Gorka, a deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, has formally submitted his resignation, claiming “forces that do not support the MAGA promise” have assumed control of the administration and are blocking the agenda Trump campaigned on. “[G]iven recent events, it is clear to me that forces that do not support the MAGA promise are―for now―ascendant within the White House,” Gorka said in his resignation letter first obtained by The Federalist. “As a result, the best and most effective way I can support you, Mr. President, is from outside the People’s House.” Gorka, a passionate defender of President Trump who regularly… Keep Reading

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Steve Bannon Meets With Right-Wing Billionaires To Plot “Breitbart TV” Network

As liberals and neoconservatives run victory laps over Steve Bannon’s dismissal (or resignation) from the Trump administration, they should be careful not to get ahead of themselves. Bannon is ready to unleash hades on his enemies, meeting with billionaires shortly after returning to Breitbart to discuss the possibility of launching a TV network. Jane Mayer, a New Yorker staff reporter, has covered Robert and Rebekah Mercer extensively. They are the right-wing billionaires who fund Breitbart and rose through their association with Trump to become perhaps the most prominent financiers in the conservative movement. Mayer reported that Robert Mercer and Bannon… Keep Reading

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White House Kicks Off ‘Made In America’ Week

This week, the White House will be hosting 50 companies from across the country, each intended to represent a state. The companies will display a product that they manufacture in the United States, such as a NASA spacesuit made by ILC Dover LP, Delaware’s representative. Steinway, representing New York, will display a piano. Shotgun chaps made by K Bar J Leather, on behalf of South Dakota, will be displayed as well. The list goes on from there. Press Secretary Sean Spicer talked up this campaign at yesterday’s off-camera press briefing, stating that the country has an “incredible span of American products.” But no endeavor… Keep Reading

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Trump Administration Revives The Bush Doctrine, Calls For Regime Change In Iran

Any person hoping that the Trump administration would depart from the long-standing foreign policy consensus of Washington D.C. should be sorely disappointed by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s congressional testimony this week. “I would tell you that we certainly recognize Iran’s continued destabilizing presence in the region, their payment of foreign fighters, their export of militia forces in Syria, in Iraq, in Yemen,” Tillerson said to the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday. Tillerson apparently finds it problematic that Iranian forces are working to fight ISIS throughout the Middle East. The Trump administration funnels weapons to states such as Saudi… Keep Reading

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Rebuilding America: Trump To Unveil Trillion-Dollar Infrastructure Plan This Week

President Donald Trump will begin to release details about his massive infrastructure plan this week. This is one of his most ambitious proposals, and if he is ultimately successful, it would unleash $1 trillion of public and private investment toward rebuilding America. Trump will be speaking in the Rose Garden today about his plans to separate air traffic control operations from the Federal Aviation Administration. He will go to Ohio on Wednesday to gin up support for his plan to improve dams and lock systems. On Friday, Trump will head to the Department of Transportation where he will lobby the… Keep Reading

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Trump Keeps Campaign Promise: Puts Voters In Pittsburgh Before Foreigners In Paris

Today, Donald Trump announced that the United States would be leaving the Paris Accord. In doing so, he kept one of his key campaign promises to the American people. Trump explained that the Paris Accord had a terrible impact upon jobs in America. Under the accord, the United States would lose much of its clean coal production. However, countries like China would be allowed to grow their coal production. Trump said that the Paris Accord was exporting American jobs overseas. Trump also stated that the Paris Accord was completely unfair to America. He said that billions of dollars would be… Keep Reading

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Inside Rand Paul’s Bipartisan Plan To Stop Weapons Deal For Radical Islamic Saudis

Recent news of President Trump’s $350 billion weapons deal with Saudi Arabia may have thrilled the Military-Industrial Complex and its Wall Street backers, but Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) is not pleased. He thinks the deal may have unintended consequences in the Middle East and is reaching across the aisle in an attempt to partially block the agreement. Paul’s concerns mainly stem from the Islamic dictatorship’s ongoing war in Yemen. The Saudis have been committing bombing campaigns throughout Yemen for many years, specifically focusing on civilian targets. It is expected that the weapons being funneled to the Saudis through this agreement… Keep Reading

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Trump’s Pushy Approach Toward NATO Shows Member Countries Who Is Boss

President Donald Trump is not content to let other heads of state run roughshod over his authority. This fact was evident during yesterday’s gathering at the North American Treaty Organization (NATO) where Trump shoved other leaders aside and told them to pay up! Trump is currently abroad on the first international trip of his Presidency, and stopped in Brussels yesterday to join other world leaders at NATO headquarters. Although Trump has softened on NATO and no longer calls for their dissolution, Trump has not abandoned hardline rhetoric toward the organization completely. Dusko Markovic, Montenegro’s prime minister, felt the wrath of… Keep Reading

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White House Nationalists Strike Back Against Suspected Globalist Plant H.R. McMaster

Reports of President Trump’s disillusionment with White House national security advisor H.R McMaster have led nationalists and populists within the administration to push to reclaim lost influence over foreign affairs, unnamed White House sources claimed this week. President Trump’s frustrations with his national security advisor–the replacement of the iconoclastic Michael Flynn–were said to have reached a boiling point yesterday morning, with the President screaming at McMaster over his attempts to override President Trump and conduct diplomacy as if he were the Commander-in-Chief. McMaster supposedly guaranteed South Korea that the United States would pay for a complicated missile defense system for… Keep Reading

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Inside The War Room: Steve Bannon’s White Board Reveals Trump’s Ambitious Agenda

President Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon posed for a photo op yesterday with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach in his infamous war room inside the White House. Giving a slight glimpse into how the White House is run behind the scenes, Bannon’s white board can be viewed in the background of the picture. Containing many ambitious goals pertaining to immigration in partial view, the white board makes it clear that border security is the focal point of Bannon’s work. Immigration pledges include tripling the number of ICE enforcement agents, suspending the Syrian refugee resettlement program, ending the controversial ‘catch-and-release’ policy, and hiring… Keep Reading

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President Trump To Saudi Arabia: Time To Pay Your Fair Share!

Saudi Arabia has been a key strategic ally for the United States for many years, and President Donald Trump has been careful not to jeopardize that relationship. He approved a massive weapons deal with the Saudis and is carefully considering making a diplomatic visit to the country in the near future. However, Trump recently made it clear that this relationship must be a two-way street. “Frankly, Saudi Arabia has not treated us fairly, because we are losing a tremendous amount of money in defending Saudi Arabia,” Trump said in a Reuters interview last week. Previously, Trump had criticized Saudi Arabia on… Keep Reading

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Sen. Mike Lee To Trump: Quit Funneling Taxpayer Money To George Soros!

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) has been very vocal in his criticisms of President Trump, going back to the dysfunctional campaign season that put Trump at bitter odds with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX). Now, Lee is trying to warn Trump that taxpayer funds are being funneled directly into the pockets of his sworn enemies. “Whatever one’s views about abortion, energy regulation, alternative family structures, they are neither core international priorities of the American people, nor essential to American national security. They are domestic political controversies, pet causes of a sort of privileged, globalist elite,” Lee said in a speech at The… Keep Reading

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Trump Voters: Stop Syria Strikes, Put America First

Following President Trump’s airstrike in Syria, where over 50 cruise missiles were launched at a Syrian airbase in response to a chemical attack, something remarkable happened: Trump’s “America First” base revolted. First, #SyriaHoax started trending on Twitter, which called into question whether Assad’s government in Syria was responsible for the gas attack – many believed that it was a false flag attack by either Turkey, Saudi Arabia, or CIA-backed rebels meant to draw the U.S. into war, similar to the false-flag chemical attack in 2013. As Ron Paul said, “does anyone believe that on the eve of peace talks, just… Keep Reading

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Non-Interventionists Praise Donald Trump For Giving $300 Billion Invoice To German Chancellor

President Donald Trump gave German Chancellor Angela Merkel a $300 billion invoice for money her country owes the United States for military protection. The $300 billion invoice, which Trump reportedly handed over to Merkel during private talks in Washington, was described as “brilliant” by Jason Kessler of Unity and Security for America, a non-interventionist grassroots lobbying group. “We’re happy that the President of the United States is finally doing something to put America first,” said Kessler. “By giving Merkel the $300 billion invoice, Trump is highlighting the billions of tax dollars that Americans wasted defending countries like Germany that refuse… Keep Reading

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Meet The “Neocons” That Every Libertarian Should Applaud And Embrace

Neocon has been the go-to pejorative in libertarian circles for many years, and deservedly so. The Bush Administration ripped up the Constitution, thrust the country in endless wars, and sent the debt through the roof. These policies were then aggressively continued during the Obama regime, but times are finally beginning to change. In the age of Trump, neocon influence is waning. His “America First” talk does not align with their agenda, and tensions are bubbling to the surface. The neocons are clearly working to undermine Trump, and their star within Republican circles is fading fast. They floated Evan McMullin as an… Keep Reading

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Why Trump?

It’s true that on some of the most pressing of issues—immigration, trade, and foreign policy—Donald Trump’s “America First” positions are more aligned with traditional conservatism than are those of any other candidate. That is, they clash with the neoconservatism, the faux “conservatism,” that the GOP Establishment and its media apologists have promoted for decades as the genuine article. Yet this being said, in Trump’s nearly 70 years, until very recently, he has done little to nothing to indicate that he has so much as an awareness of the classical conservative tradition, much less a commitment to it. Even if he… Keep Reading

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America First! Vs. The Establishment

I am not so sure that the Republican Party is the “Trump Party.” Frankly, I hope that you are right, and that I am wrong, and that the GOP really has adopted the economic and political worldview identified as “America First.” Nevertheless, apart from Trump, a handful of GOP Senators (i.e. Alabama Senator Sessions), and a handful of GOP Congressmen, the vast majority of GOP elected officials have not deviated too far from the Ronald Reagan agenda. It is a mistake to think that the Freedom Caucus in the House of Representatives reflects an “America First” agenda. Yes, these Tea… Keep Reading

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