News You Can Use for May 5, 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 5, 2017.

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Trending: Trump Lawyers Have A Strong Message For Mueller If Rod Resigns

President Trump made quite a few promises while campaigning for the White House last year, and while the media continues to attack the administration for lacking any major “accomplishments” in the fist 100 days, perhaps the best way to judge his presidency so far is to look at all of the promises he’s kept. They are many.

A new biography of Barack Obama argues that he broke up with his white girlfriend because he knew that she would hinder his political prospects.

On Thursday the House GOP narrowly passed an Obamacare Replacement, now the question is… can they get it through the Senate?

Newly elected Congressman Ron Estes (R-KS) explains why he decided to support the new GOP Obamacare replacement bill.

Former Obama aide Susan Rice has reportedly refused to appear before Congress because her invitation was not a bipartisan one.

President Trump is not wrong about our government’s domestic spying programs. We need less spying and more truth-telling.

The majority of Americans support a preemptive strike on North Korea’s nukes.

Butler University is offering a course that teaches students how to be “anti-Trump,” complete with strategies for resisting the administration’s agenda.

At Yale, a loud group of students (along with their allies in the administration) are fighting to undermine free speech. However, a new poll proves that the majority of students at Yale don’t agree with their liberal, anti-speech peers.

Looking at voter patterns in big cities can tell us a lot about the political shifts throughout the nation.

President Trump’s odd disability.

Apparently, world leaders have a new tactic that they are using with president Trump –Flattery, early and often.

KFC just published a raunchy romance novel starring… Colonel Sanders!

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