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Trump staffer Hope Hicks wears a tuxedo at Japanese banquet

White House communication executive Hope Hicks knows how to stone a tuxedo. Hicks’ choice of clothes incited heads at a cooking hosted by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the Akasaka Palace in Tokyo Monday night. Meanwhile, First Lady Melania Trump wore an superb red Valentino gown. People took to …

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Trump blames mental illness, not guns for Texas church attack

Guns don’t kill people — mentally ill people kill people. President Trump on Monday pronounced the horrific sharpened at a tiny Texas church isn’t a “guns situation” — it’s only about mental health. “This was a very, formed on rough reports, a very demented individual. A lot of problems over …

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Texas church electrocute victims embody children and families 

The insane who unleashed a bloodbath at a parochial Texas church killed his own wife’s grandma, the 14-year-old daughter of the priest and 3 generations of a singular family. Lula White, 71, was among the 26 shot passed during Sunday services at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, a relations …

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DHS ends program safeguarding Central Americans from deportation

The Trump administration has finished an immigration program that protects Nicaraguans from deportations while Hondurans have perceived an extension. Temporary Protected Status (TPS) will finish for 2,500 Nicaraguans who had been vital in the U.S. under the program. They will now have 14 months to leave the country, the Washington …

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Record series of Americans sign up for Obamacare

A record series of Americans have sealed up for Obamacare in the first few days of open enrollment — despite White House cuts to overdo and promotion. More than 200,000 people sealed up Nov. 1, a Trump administration source told The Hill, which first reported on the surge. That’s double …

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Surgeon sum try to save kids shot in Texas massacre

War surgeon Brian Eastridge suspicion he’d seen it all during his half-dozen abroad deployments – but zero prepared him for the victims of Sunday’s sharpened debauch in a Texas church. Eastridge, a top surgeon at University Health System in San Antonio, witnessed a child die while 3 others fought for …

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