Trump & Macron Trade Barbs Over NATO, Champagne, and Cheese

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President Trump had a heated exchange with French President Emmanuel Macron in London on Tuesday, asking the foreign leader if he would like to take back “some nice ISIS fighters” and taunting him for his “non-answer” — a back-and-forth that came hours after he challenged Macron’s critique of NATO.

Trumping Democrats: President Promises to Release Transcript of First Call to Zelensky

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Democrats are scrambling. Having leveraged (read: gambled) what little political capital and credibility they still have on the risky business of impeaching a president they seem to know they can’t beat, they are grasping at straws to hold the narrative together — grasping and failing. With President Trump announcing Tuesday that he plans to release the transcript of his first call to the president of Ukraine “before week’s end,” it appears the grasping and failing of Democrats will continue.

O’Rourke Campaign Was Helpful to Trump

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“Though today we are suspending this campaign,” former U.S. Representative Beto O’Rourke (shown) said in an email to supporters on Friday, announcing his exit from the presidential race, “let us continue our commitment to the country in whatever capacity we can.”

Americans Fear “Civil War”

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The “Battleground Poll,” run by Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service, has found that 67 percent of respondents fear that the United States is on the verge of a “civil war.”

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