News You Can Use for June 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.

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

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President Trump committed no crime, and the Democrat Party needs to get over it.

The folks in “Trump Country” still don’t care about how the media feels about Donald Trump.

“Outside the Beltway, Republicans accept the chaotic nature of Trump. They know he rules with an iron fist, punches back and know there is some political fallout from that,” said GOP strategist Leslie Sanchez. “The distrust of powerful institutions is palpable, so he gets more benefit of the doubt.”

Former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee only proves one thing – he’s a self-serving operator.

Comey went to Congress in an effort to make Trump look bad, instead he may have actually gotten himself into deep trouble.

The great Comey circus didn’t live up to the hype.

Comey wasn’t investigating Trump, and leaders in Congress knew it… but several Democrat lawmakers were still pretending that he was. Anywhere else, we call this lying.

Mr. Nunes went to Washington.

Instead of the usual pattern of leaking the whistleblower’s information to friendly media (and, of course, denying that he was the source of the leaks), Nunes went ballistic — and, heaven forbid, public…

The result? Suddenly, Nunes himself became the object of Washington vituperation for not immediately informing House Democrats about the potentially inappropriate monitoring.

Dear Mr. President – please keep de-regulating America. Our economy and our future prosperity depend on it.

CNN’s War on Donald Trump really isn’t going so well for them.

Is paying for and going to college worth your time? More and more Americans are saying “no.”

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