News You Can Use for July 23, 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.

So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, July 23, 2017.

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Sadly, it looks like special counsel Robert Mueller is NOT carrying out his work in a fair and unpartisan manner.

Is Anthony Scaramucci the right man to lead the Trump administration’s communications department? It sure seems like he might be…

The fact that Scaramucci was not only defending Trump on virtually every cable news show but was also recently responsible for the scalps of at least three CNN journalists — while Spicer and his team had been relegated to off-camera briefings — means that the decision should have come as no surprise.

So, who is Anthony Scaramucci?

In short, he is the right man for the job.

You can count on one thing from Scaramucci – he will be far more aggressive when it comes to touting his boss’s big wins.

If Republicans want a win in the health care fight then they better be willing to think big and to embrace a bold plan to move forward.

Reuters is reporting that US investigators are attempting to flip former Trump ally Paul Manafort in an effort to expand their Russia probe.

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein really ticked off a lot of liberals on Twitter when she said something that every non-DNC suckup was thinking.

At the Atlantic a liberal realizes that Trump probably has no connections to Russia, but decides it doesn’t matter because Trump “seeming” to be tied to Russia helps Putin anyway. The irony that the writer misses, is that the only reason it seems the way it does is because of liberal journalists like him pretending that Trump is a Russian plant.

How Democrats stole the nation’s lower federal courts and it has destroyed the credibility of our federal courts.

Steve Forbes, Art Laffer, and CNBC’s Larry Kudlow have some brilliant economic proposals that could reenergize our nation’s economy… if only the politicians would listen.

Sean Spicer says “goodbye,” and we could probably blame the whining of CNN’s stars for getting him pushed out. 🇺🇸

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