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Politicians must focus on gun safety, rather than on gun control measures, Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla., told MSNBC Wednesday. Speaking exactly one week after a teenage gunman slaughtered 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., said, “this isn’t about gun control. It isn’t. We have to stop talking about that.” Advertisements
Supporters of former national security adviser Michael Flynn are floating the possibility he could withdraw his guilty plea in Robert Mueller’s investigation, as the new judge in the case makes some curious moves amid speculation over whether the special counsel “withheld” evidence.
Wednesday President Trump dinged Attorney General Jeff Sessions, this time asking why the Democrats in the Obama administration aren’t being investigated as part of the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Just mention money, and they all come running. One day after the shooting massacre last week at a Florida high school, the woman who cared for the alleged shooter and his brother filed court papers seeking control of their inheritance, which could total up to $800,000.
Typical liberal, trying to dictate. Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway is urging the National Rifle Association to move its annual convention planned for May 4-6 to another city.
House Intelligence Committee Republicans have launched “Phase 2” of their probe into the origins of the unverified anti-Trump dossier, firing off an inquiry to a host of current and former officials — including former FBI Director James Comey.
Tuesday President Trump turned a 2016 quote from then-President Barack Obama against him in the ongoing battle over Russian interference in the election — claiming it shows Democrats are using the meddling as a belated “excuse” for losing.
Sunday President Donald Trump began one of his patented tweetstorms saying he has “never gotten over” former President Barack Obama’s $1.7 billion cash payment to Iran to curb their nuclear weapons development, which drew no investigation in Congress, the FBI or the Department of Justice.
Republicans are ready to use the unpopularity of House Minority Speaker Nancy Pelosi to launch attacks on vulnerable Democrats in the upcoming midterm elections.