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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Saturday, April 8, 2017.
Don’t get fooled folks… Donald Trump is WINNING. Big time. President Trump just keeps on delivering red meat and victory to his faithful supporters. Sure, the media might think the first 3 months have been a fiasco but Trump fans know better.
Speaking of the media… the epidemic of Trump Derangement Syndrome is threatening to swamp the media, forcing them to miss what is really happening in our world.
With Thursday’s military strike, the President is proving that we finally have some real leadership back in the White House, according to former Lt. Col. Ralph Peters.
President Trump has thrown Vladimir Putin’s Syria gamble into chaos as confrontation with the United States suddenly seems like a much more realistic possibility.
With his assault on Assad, President Trump has just delivered an important lesson to former President Obama and the Democrat Party.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told the media on Thursday that the military strike against Syria was a one time strike and that it did not signal a shift in the administration’s policy towards Syria.
The GOP finally got smart and did the right thing, the best thing, and the winning thing when it came to the Supreme Court.
Whoever said you can’t win by picking unwinnable battles never said it to Chuck Schumer. Democrats opted to fight the good fight, which tends to undermine future attempts to fight the winning fight. This represents a role-reversal of sorts for Democrats and Republicans.
The New York Times says that there is a war going on in the White House, on one side is Stephen Bannon and on the other is Jared Kushner. If so, who will win? There are also reports that the President may be looking to fire both Bannon and chief of staff Reince Priebus!
The AP just changed the rules for dealing with pronouns and the world of writers is about to descend into anarchy.