News You Can Use for November 1, 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 Wednesday, November 1, 2017.

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Judge Roy Moore is running for the Senate in Alabama and he’s tired of being smeared by the leftwing media.

The President and the First Lady hosted a Halloween event at the White House and the photos and videos from the event are awesome!

It’s imperative that Republicans cut our taxes, and they should try to get it done before Thanksgiving!

The brilliant Eli Lake at Bloomberg explains that both the Trump campaign and the Clinton campaign likely sought to work with the Russians against their opponent. The major difference between the two is that the Clinton team was able to conduct their business in a much “smoother” manner than the neophyte Trump campaign.

Meet the Democrat law firm behind the fake Russian collusion narrative.

Another leftwinger has been caught up in the sexual assault wave. NPR’s top editor has been accused of sexual harassment by two women and it has sent his employer scrambling for answers.

Talking about sex abuse – Harvey Weinstein is telling his friends that he’s actually a “martyr”!

If American athletes think that they have it rough because their fellow citizens don’t want them to disrespect our national anthem… they need to realize it could be worse. In China, disrespecting the anthem could get you tossed in prison!

President Trump hasn’t threatened special counsel Robert Mueller, but that hasn’t stopped the media from speculating about his job security anyway. It also seems that Republican legislators aren’t to keen on protecting Mueller if Trump does move against him.

Mueller’s big “catch” on the Trump team was a low-level, unpaid intern who mostly grabbed coffee for his superiors.

Meanwhile, GOP congressman Devin Nunes’ Intelligence Committee is handling the “REAL” Russia investigation.

California’s conservatives are re-invigorated in the age of Trump as they see opportunities for success everywhere!

Facebook says that up to 126 million Americans may have seen Russia’s ads over the last two years. 🇺🇸

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