News You Can Use for February 10, 2017

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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, February 10, 2017.

President Donald Trump happily celebrated Jeff Sessions’ confirmation to the position of Attorney General. “He’s devoted his life to the cause of justice and believes deeply that all people are equals in the eyes of the law … also in the eyes of God,” Trump said.

President Trump still has most of his Cabinet waiting for confirmation. This is unprecedented in American history.

Senator Elizabeth “Crazyhorse” Warren is now promising to oppose “every Senator” who voted to confirm Jeff Sessions.

Too little, too late. Senator Dianne Feinstein now regrets the Democrats decision to use the “nuclear option” and destroy the filibuster back in 2013.

President Trump just signed a series of new Executive Orders focusing on cartels, crime, and protecting our law enforcement officers.

New Hampshire just became the latest state to pass a “Constitutional Carry” law, which will allow citizens to carry a firearm (openly or concealed) without a government permit.

One of the leaders of the Women’s March movement is a convicted terrorist who carried out two bombings, murdering two people and injuring 9 others.

President Trump is not happy with Senator Richard Blumenthal.

The latest polls prove that most Americans agree with President Trump’s Immigration pause order, and most Americans find Trump to be more trustworthy than the media.

Milo Yiannopoulos is telling Twitter “I told you so”…

This one meme destroys the entire global warming hysteria industry.

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