News You Can Use for March 16, 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 Thursday, March 16, 2017.

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There are two Donald Trump’s: the Messenger and the Message.

For now there are two manifestations of Trump. First is Trump’s message: that of the populist counterrevolutionary determined to recalibrate the last half-century of liberal and therapeutic government and its affiliated culture. Second is Trump the messenger: the ex-reality TV star who tweets nonstop in the early morning hours often to the outrage of his enemies, to the delight of his supporters, and to the embarrassment of the undecided.

Buzzfeed has the story of how Donald Trump’s enemies fell for a Billion Dollar HOAX.

Conservatives are anxious to repeal Obamacare, but they have to make sure that they are truly repealing it. The National Review unpacks the complexities of repeal and replace.

Maybe Obamacare isn’t the very first thing that the GOP should be working on because it’s led Trump down the wrong path and distracted him from the thing most Americans want to see him doing… working on jobs and the economy.

Medicaid is free, so why in the world does it require a mandate?

Could Rachel Maddow be facing legal trouble for her decision to publish illegally obtained tax documents?

Mitt Romney’s taxes were a bigger problem than Trump’s.

Today Democrats can be seen and heard encouraging each other to forget about Trump’s taxes, because they’re just a distraction.

China has a message for President Trump – ‘We don’t want a trade war — but if there is one, you’d lose.’

The new head of the EPA, Scott Pruitt, is set to take an axe to the heart of climate change orthodoxy.

Oh no, say it ain’t so! Defense Secretary James “Mad Dog” Mattis told Democrat Senators that climate change is real, and that it is a “national security” issue.

Ugh. Why? Chelsea Clinton is fueling speculation (again) that she might soon run for political office.

 

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