News You Can Use for July 8, 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 Saturday, July 8, 2017.

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President Trump’s private meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin apparently went very well. The meeting had been scheduled to be about 35 minutes, but instead ran over 2 hours and apparently included an agreement to a Syria ceasefire.

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) says that President Trump (and other conservative leaders) is right. If the Senate cannot agree to a bill that repeals and replaces Obamacare, they should vote on a simple repeal of the law.

A new Senate report says that the Trump administration is suffering damaging National Security leaks at a rate that is seven times greater than Obama faced. Partisan leftists in the intelligence community are attempting to undermine Trump, but instead they’re undermining American security.

“Collusion” as farce – the Wall Street Journal joins the anti-Trump propaganda mill.

President Trump delivered a magnificent speech in Warsaw, Poland on Thursday… sadly, the left only heard what they wanted to hear. Apparently, they don’t like hearing things like “for family, for freedom, for country, and for God.”

The worst thing we could do in the chess match against North Korea is strike first. Sadly, it seems that we may have already crossed the point of no return in the battle of wills against the communists in Pyongyang.

The Sean Spicer parody Twitter account is amazing, and he’s been on a roll of late.

Vice President Mike Pence sent the Internet into a tizzy on Friday when he went to NASA and put his hands on a piece of equipment that was clearly marked “Do Not Touch.”

Doin’ the CNN two-step:

There is little in the news today quite as delightful as watching the mainstream media do the CNN Two-Step. The CNN Two-Step is a simple dance. Step One: Put your foot in your mouth. Step Two: Shoot yourself in the foot. The results are bloody but hilarious.

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