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Who Said It: Mike Bloomberg or Donald Trump?

Who Said It: Mike Bloomberg or Donald Trump?Donald Trump and Mike Bloomberg now regularly mock each other. But the two men have plenty in common. They’re both 70-something billionaires based in New York, having amassed fortunes with companies bearing their names. They’ve both flipped between the two major political parties. They’ve run in the same circles, if never quite as friends.And they’re both blunt, to put it mildly. In fact, the current commander in chief and the former Republican New York mayor who’s now seeking the Democratic presidential nomination each have said plenty of things throughout their lives that easily could have come from the other’s mouth.From political statements to hubristic boasts to offensive remarks, POLITICO Magazine collected some of Trump’s and Bloomberg’s potentially most indistinguishable quotations. Can you tell the difference? Try our quiz below to find out. ….. Read More.POLITICO – Politics | Politics & GovernmentWed, February 19,…


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Senate Allows Trump to Continue as United States President

Senate Allows Trump to Continue as United States PresidentMcStreamy.com – The United States Senate voted today, February 5th, 2020, to acquit President Donald J. Trump on both Article 1 and Article 2 of Impeachment charges brought by the United States House of Representatives. The vote on Article One was 50 not-guilty to 48 guilty votes, while the tally was 51 not-guilty to 47 […] ….. Read More.McSTREAMY.COM – News, Info and Entertainment | This, That and The OtherWed, February 5, 20202 weeks ago


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Trump Administration Says It’s Ready to Sign Peace Deal With the Taliban by the End ...

Trump Administration Says It’s Ready to Sign Peace Deal With the Taliban by the End …After nearly 20 years of incessant fighting, the U.S. and the Taliban might ink a peace deal by the end of the month. The accord is contingent on the Taliban abiding by a violence reduction agreement over the next seven days. “The United States and the Taliban have been engaged in extensive talks to facilitate a political settlement to end the war in Afghanistan, reduce United States and Allied Forces presence, and ensure that no terrorist group ever uses Afghan soil to threaten the United States or our allies,” said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a statement released this morning. After the deal is signed, the Taliban and Afghanistan’s U.S.-backed government have agreed negotiate the conditions of a permanent ceasefire and a roadmap for the country’s political future. Today’s announcement is the culmination of…


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Richard Grenell just started, but is already leaving his stamp on the intelligence communi...

Richard Grenell just started, but is already leaving his stamp on the intelligence communi…Richard Grenell, the newly installed acting director of American spy agencies and loyalist to President Donald Trump, began his temporary tenure by moving aggressively to put his stamp on the intelligence community that Trump has repeatedly attacked. ….. Read More.CNN – Top Stories | U.S. and World NewsFri, February 21, 20207 hours ago


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Maddow: Time for warnings is past as Trump openly abuses power

Maddow: Time for warnings is past as Trump openly abuses powerRachel Maddow points out that it is no longer accurate to frame Donald Trump’s corruption as imminent or potential as he is openly abusing his power to make it clear that the power of the U.S. government will be used to punish people who oppose him andRead more ….. Read More.MSNBC – The Latest | U.S. and World NewsFri, February 21, 20207 hours ago


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Trump 0, Nerds 1

Trump 0, Nerds 1President Donald Trump hates the trade deficit. On the campaign trail back in 2016, he argued that this gap—the imbalance between the value of America’s imports and exports—was a sign that China, and others, were “stealing our businesses, stealing our jobs, stealing our money.” If elected, he promised, he would “end our chronic trade deficits.” Many politicians make promises on the campaign trail but never really try to deliver on them. Unfortunately, Trump really did make the reduction of the trade deficit a top priority as soon as he got into the White House. His policies to achieve this: an erratic mix of angry tweets, unilateral tariffs hikes, and threats to tear up trade agreements if the original signatories refuse to renegotiate them on Trump’s terms. As these moves set off a global trade war, Trump’s defenders formulated—or, more accurately, dusted off—protectionist arguments for forcing other nations to import more…


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