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News You Can Use for August 26, 2017

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn’t so sure about this open-borders stuff anymore. It seems that the leftwing leader didn’t realize just how disastrous it could be to open up his Southern border to anyone fleeing President Trump’s illegal immigration crackdown.

The Democrats are working very hard to destroy their party and it’s working.

President Trump is right about the border wall, all of the facts, data, and evidence support him.

Some Republicans are worried about the fallout that could ensue from President Trump’s decision to pardon Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

The sheriff and others have argued the original order was vague and that the case brought against him during the Obama administration was politically motivated. Arpaio was charged with violating the court order shortly before the 2016 election… “A vast majority of Republicans are supportive of a pardon because they think he got a raw deal,” said Chad Willems, a Republican strategist in Arizona who is close to Arpaio.

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) is entering the most treacherous point of his speakership yet, and it’s as yet unclear how he’ll navigate these waters.

The mystery surrounding the diabolical “Trump Dossier” continues to deepen as the leftwing FusionGPS circles the wagons and refuses to release any information about people who paid for the disturbing file to be created.

Howard Dean wants President Obama to stay out of the limelight and leave the attacking of Trump to the current Democrat team members.

“From a political point of view, no,” Dean said. “You only have one president at a time, and to violate that would actually give Trump a target at which he could carry on—Trump loves to have a convenient whipping person, and that would be—that would be Obama. There is a way to do this, but you have to really thread the needle.”

The hatemongering Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is starting to get on the nerves of liberals as well as conservatives. The SPLC has long been viewed as a deeply partisan and deeply unfair political organization, but now they’re even starting to tick of liberals.

This should explain how things are going in the media right now. Democrats trust the media more than they have in a very long time, meanwhile Republicans distrust the media more than they have in a very long time.

Bill Kristol is cracking up before our eyes.

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