News You Can Use for May 11, 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, May 11, 2017.

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Trending: Update: 1991, 1998, 2007: Barack Obama Bio States He was “Born in Kenya and Raised in Indonesia and Hawaii.”

Surprise! The Senate Intel committee has now invited the recently fired FBI Director, James Comey, to come testify before them next week.

By the way, the man who really fired James Comey was Ron Rosenstein, a deputy attorney general with credibility on both sides of the aisle. Now that Rosenstein has taken care of Comey, Hillary Clinton should be very worried because she could be next on his list.

It was inevitable that Donald Trump would be forced to FIRE James Comey.

John Yoo explains that James Comey had to be fired because the FBI needed a fresh start.

Just days ago the Democrats were calling for Comey to be fired, now all of a suddent, they’ve come to his defense.

With Michael Flynn long gone, the White House leakers have now turned their attention to his replacement, H.R. McMaster.

Obamacare is dying everywhere… and it isn’t Trump or the GOP’s “fault.”

The pro-life Democrat who forced the Party to abandon pro-lifers everywhere… has lost the race for Mayor in Omaha, Nebraska.

Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson says that there is a very real possibility that he will run for President, one day.

“Personally, I feel that if I were president, poise would be important. Leadership would be important. Taking responsibility for everybody. [If I didn’t agree with someone] on something, I wouldn’t shut them out. I would actually include them.”

“The first thing we’d do is we’d come and sit down and we’d talk about it. It’s hard to categorize right now how I think [Trump’s] doing, other than to tell you how I would operate, what I would like to see,” Johnson said.

Saying he “completely disagrees” with Trump’s travel ban, the action movie star said, “I believe in our national security to the core, but I don’t believe in a ‘ban’ that bans immigrants. I believe in inclusion. Our country was built on that, and it continues to be made strong by that. And the decision felt like a snap judgment.”

Would James Comey better be remembered as “J. Edgar Comey”?

Edgar Hoover’s “bipolar legacy.”

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