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11/17/17-Mark Levin Audio Rewind
We have an actual photo of Sen Al Franken actually harassing a women. Yet the left including Sen Kirsten Gillibrand prefers to talk about President Trump and Bill Clinton. Gillibrand is the worst of the worst, because she is using sexual harassment in a partisan and political manner. She should ...
after brazenly lying about it. To having sex of Monica Lewinsky the White House intern was barely out of routines at the time. If Roy Moore against him no allegation of sexual misconduct has been conclusively
it president that she hates. If president trump has sex for the White House intern and lies about it are commit serious sexual misconduct any kind while serving as president. We should have a different conversation
The other day I was in Washington. And is walking past the White House in the old executive office and is taking a look at those field. And I had worked in those buildings many many
11/16/17-Mark Levin Audio Rewind
Sen Al Franken is being accused of kissing and groping Leeanne Tweeden. There is first hand evidence in a photograph of Franken sexually harassing her which is repulsive. Meanwhile, Roy Moore denies all allegations against him and disputes that a note alleged to be written by him in a yearbook was ...
What's next for Trump's revised travel ban
discriminatory intent, specifically citing the statements of Trump, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and current White House senior adviser Stephen Miller. Chuang, an Obama appointee, wrote that he "should not, and will not, second-guess the conclusion
Read the full White House budget blueprint
The White House (WASHINGTON) -- The Office of Management and Budget has released its ..... and we turned those policies into numbers." You can read the full White House budget proposal HERE . Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved
Budget director 'getting the money together to build the wall'
Getty/ Alex Wong(WASHINGTON) -- White House Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said on Thursday he's working on gathering the funds to begin building a wall along
Republicans dismiss Trump's ambitious budget blueprint
Congress(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump's first White House budget received a chilly reception from many Republicans ..... discretionary spending wishlist for 2018 released by the White House Thursday, calls for a boost in defense spending offset
Families face reality of possible budget cuts killing programs they use
Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney defended the proposed cuts of after-school programs at Thursday afternoon's White House press briefing. "Let’s talk about after-school programs generally, they're supposed to be educational programs, right
Rosie O'Donnell Hints At Steve Bannon Impression On SNL
that she will be doing an impression of Steve Bannon on Saturday Night Live. Actor Melissa McCarthy's portrayal of White House press secretary Sean Spicer on SNL over the weekend drew rave reviews, and reportedly angered Trump because Spicer
Melissa McCarthy Plays White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer On SNL
After White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer got torn up by the internet his first week on the job, you knew Saturday Night Live was going to have
Actor Kal Penn Trolls a Troll And Raises Thousands
Over the weekend Kal Penn (formerly a real White House staffer and Harlord & Kumar star) tweeted an Instagram comment that read in part - "you don't belong in this country you
Why Madonna Is Being Investigated By The Secret Service
Madonna made statements about "blowing up the White House ," and yes the Secret Service is investigating. According to Page Six, the comments were delivered at the Women's March in Washington, D.C., on Saturday
VIDEO: Bruce Springsteen Thanks Obama With White House Concert
Some celebrities stay politically neutral, but Bruce Springsteen is not one of them. He played a concert at The White House just to thanks President Obama and his staff. Here's more from Billboard: -Mike Draup Photo: USA Today