News You Can Use for May 19, 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 Friday, May 19, 2017.

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The attacks on President Trump are not just an attack on his presidency – no it’s much worse than that. The attack is a coup against the American people and our right to govern ourselves.

This is a coup against us. It’s a coordinated campaign by liberals and their allies in the bureaucracy and media to once and for all ensure their perpetual rule over us. We need to fight it, here and now, so we don’t have to fight it down at the bottom of this slippery slope.

Both Eli Lake and John Ziegler believe that when we look back at the Trump era, we’ll say that his presidency was “saved” the day that Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel. Ziegler argues that he believes Mueller will find wrongdoing, it will just take years to do so. Lake, on the other hand believes that Mueller offers Trump and his associates the opportunity to finally clear their names.

Trump is right, there is a witch-hunt to undermine his presidency. There’s no evidence of any crime… but that won’t stop Democrats from pretending a crime has taken place.

Liberal lawyer, Alan Dershowitz, has a message for liberal Trump haters – don’t buy the hype, Trump probably did not “obstruct justice” during his conversation with former FBI Director James Comey.

The guy who predicted that Comey might have left a paper trail now wonders if Comey wasn’t intentionally trying to bring the President down.

The American government must respond to the Turkish government’s brutal assault on protesters outside of the embassy in Washington, D.C.

GOP House leaders are worried that more leaks of their secret meetings could be coming soon and that the leaker is the now-infamous Evan McMullin.

The loyalists who won’t give up on Donald Trump.

A new potential use for marijuana? Treating drug addiction.

Twitter and the liberal media got the wrong message from a recent study about why Trump won the election.

Condoleezza Rice speaks out on Russia, Populism, and the Challenge of a Healthy Democracy.

Lessons from the Battle of Midway.

The man who built Fox News, Roger Ailes, has died and his presence will be missed.

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