News You Can Use for May 27, 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, May 27, 2017.

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Bloomberg’s Eli Lake doesn’t believe what he’s seeing as President Trump’s allies are convicted of High Crimes based on innuendo. No evidence. No trial. There may not even be a crime… and yet Trump’s friends are being judged guilty without even the pretense of a trial.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) says that President Trump is doing a fine job and that while we might hate the tweets, we should love his agenda.

“In other words, what the administration is doing, not only am I comfortable with it, but I think the vast majority of Republicans in Congress feel that this is a right-of-center presidency, which is what we had hoped” for, he said.

“If you look at what the president is actually for, it strikes me as indistinguishable from what a President Jeb Bush or a President Marco Rubio would have been advocating: deregulation, tax reform, repeal and replace of Obamacare, judges like Neil Gorsuch,” McConnell said.

Not to worry, the entire Comey affair will end up as a decisive victory for the President.

Donald Trump did not create the “anti-media” fervor from the right side of American politics.

To put it plainer, neither Trump nor Ailes conjured up anti-media sentiment from scratch—they knew that their core audience was routinely ignored or disrespected by the gatekeepers of media and culture and politics, so they presented a conspicuous alternative, one that always gives prominence to an anti-media/elite critique.

The New York Times has put together an incredible piece dissecting what happened the other day when Turkish officials attacked protesters outside of the Turkish embassy in Washington, D.C.

Fact Check: No, the Republican healthcare bill would not cause 23 Million people to “lose” their healthcare coverage. Another Democrat Lie exposed.

It seems that Steve Bannon is back in the good graces of President Trump and is helping to craft the administration’s response to their ongoing troubles with the media and the left.

Liberal courts continue to distort the law in an effort to undermine the Trump administration and attack the President’s agenda. The 4th Circuit just delivered a legal opinion that literally only relates to Donald Trump, arguing that his actions would be lawful for any other President besides Trump.

Letting Trump be Trump.

Yale continues to destroy it’s reputation by rewarding liberal students who prefer fiction to truth and harass the faculty.

The anatomy of the “Deep State.”

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