News You Can Use for May 30, 2017

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, May 30, 2017.

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Politico says that the President is “obsessing” over the Russia probe, which is ironic since the media has been obsessing about the same probe for the better part of 6 months even though there’s been no evidence of any collusion.

In any investigation into the recent Russian involvement in our national politics it’s actually the Democrats, the spooks, and the media who have the most to fear.

In fact, as the Wall Street Journal explains it’s starting to look like Russia had all of this chaos planned out. The Kremlin was apparently HOPING that US intelligence would begin leaking as soon as President Trump took office.

The new French President, Emmanuel Macron, is already talking tough with Russia and Syria. The question is will the French actually back up their tough words with action?

Pay no attention to anything that European leaders “say” about Russia, if they were really worried the Europeans would be spending more money on defense.

Axios argues that President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner is the “shadow Secretary of State.”

A lack of judicial impartiality is beginning to threaten the very foundations of our Republic.

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AR) argues that President Trump’s priority should still be the fight against terrorism and not global warming, because “a beheading is worse than a sunburn.”

President Trump’s budding relationships with Egypt and Saudi Arabia could be the key to finding peace in the Middle East.

Credit scores are rising across America.

Tiger Woods was arrested early Monday morning under suspicion of Driving Under the Influence.

Hall of Fame sportswriter Frank Deford has passed away at the age of 78.

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