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News You Can Use for March 30, 2017

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Let’s play a little game… Close your eyes, think back, and tell me… how would Democrats have reacted if George W. Bush had spied on Barack Obama’s transition team in 2008? Hell on earth would have erupted.

Don’t blame President Trump for the recent GOP healthcare debacle; the fault lies with Congress.

President Trump has begun reaching out to “moderate” and “conservative” Democrats in an effort to build bridges to ensure that his agenda gets passed through Congress. However, some Democrats are worried about meeting with the President after watching the way the White House has treated conservative Freedom Caucus members.

Trump’s treat­ment of House Free­dom Caucus Chair­man Mark Mead­ows is giv­ing some mem­bers pause. Trump held sev­er­al meet­ings with Mead­ows at the White House and Mar-a-Lago, but when Mead­ows did not ul­ti­mately sup­port the health care bill, Trump called him out in a House GOP meet­ing and has de­meaned the con­ser­vat­ive group on Twit­ter.

“He can bite your hand right away,” Cuel­lar said. “How can we work with someone who, if you’re not with him, he’ll threaten you?”

If the Democrats choose to filibuster Judge Neil Gorsuch, they’ll be making a tremendous mistake. A large plurality of voters believe that Gorsuch should be confirmed and this is even with all of the bad press from Democrat leaders claiming that they will be filibustering or voting “no.”

No, Obamacare hasn’t “saved” any lives and yes, it is a terribly written piece of legislation that has done untold damage to our economy and our healthcare system.

If Ivanka Trump were the daughter of a Democrat President she’d be hailed as a feminist hero.

She’s either too feminist or not enough. Her family’s presence in Washington DC causes trouble, but the Obamas are quiet neighbors. She shouldn’t get a title in the White House because only Bill Clinton was allowed to hire family members. If she bakes cookies with her children for Purim, she’s making a political statement through her religious beliefs.

It’s not just Ivanka having problems – her husband Jared Kushner has reportedly lost quite a few friends since accepting a position in Donald Trump’s White House.

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