Trump: I’ll Debate Bernie for Charity

It might be unlikely, but what about a Donald Trump-Bernie Sanders debate heading into the crucial June 7 California primary? That possibility surfaced Wednesday, even if in a jocular tone, in an indirect exchange between the Republican billionaire real estate mogul and the senator who Hillary Clinton hasn’t been able to bump from the Democratic presidential sweepstakes.

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VA has declared thousands of living vets dead, stripped benefits in last five years

The VA has mistakenly declared thousands of veterans to be deceased and canceled their benefits over the past five years, a new snafu to emerge at the embattled department.

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IRS took $43M from Americans under ‘structuring’ law without evidence

According to testimony heard at the House Ways and Means Committee, the IRS has seized $43 million from more than 600 individuals by accusing them of violating “structuring” laws even when there has been no evidence of criminal wrongdoing.

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Trump reaches delegate number to clinch GOP nomination

The AP says Donald Trump has reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the GOP presidential nomination, securing his status as the presumptive Republican nominee and avoiding a contested convention, according to a delegate count released Thursday.

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Obama admin set to transfer up to 24 more detainees from Gitmo

The Obama administration is preparing to transfer up to 24 additional detainees out of the Guantanamo Bay prison camp this summer. The move comes as President Obama continues to try to close the camp in the face of congressional resistance. The administration so far has reduced the population from 242 detainees to 80.

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Schumer added loophole that could halt 9/11 Saudi suits

Just last week, the Senate passed a bill, making it easier for 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia and other foreign terror sponsors was widely heralded as a major victory.

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State Department audit faults Clinton on emails, says she broke records rules

The State Department watchdog accused Hillary Clinton of breaking federal records rules while secretary of state, in a forthcoming report that faults her and her predecessors for poorly managing email and other computer information. Fox News has a copy of the inspector general’s audit.

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Trump calls protesters at New Mexico rally thugs and criminals

Yet the liberals are still trying to blame him for this mess, when they are hired by the left. Wednesday Trump slammed what he described as “thugs” and “criminals” who clashed with police outside an Albuquerque campaign event, just hours after police in riot gear and mounted patrol units faced off against the violent crowd.

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IRS improperly paid $15.6 billion through Earned Income Tax Credit program

According to a Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration report the IRS erroneously paid out an estimated $15.6 billion in Earned Income Tax Credit payments in fiscal year 2015.

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Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe under investigation by DOJ over possible illegal campaign contributions

Politicians are just too corrupt, no wonder the people are fed up. Federal officials are investigating whether Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s 2013 campaign accepted illegal campaign contributions. The Democratic governor and Clinton ally is the target of a Justice Department investigation into whether he violated campaign finance laws.

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