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NY Mayor Bill de Blasio defended a skit he participated in with presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at the New York’s Inner Circle dinner on Saturday.

Mayor de Blasio thought the skit mocking black people would be funny since he’s married to a black woman. But it didn’t go over well with his black constituents.

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Tamron Hall

This is why we love MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall. She has remained unbiased and neutral in the contentious 2016 presidential race.
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During a live segment on Monday, Hall asked liberal political journalist David Corn to comment on former KKK member David Duke’s endorsement of Trump.

David Corn was supposed to accuse Trump of being racist and “riling up all sorts of bigotry and hatred.”

But Hall and her producer in the control room seemed to even the playing field just a little.

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Meliss Harris-Perry and Beyonce

MSNBC political commentator Melissa Harris-Perry walked off her job last week after her popular political commentary show was pre-empted by breaking presidential news coverage.

On Saturday, Harris-Perry’s viewers learned that she really walked off the job because of a fight with her bosses over Beyonce’s new song, “Formation”.

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Hillary Clinton

Remember when former First Lady Hillary Clinton commented on the high crime rate caused by inner city black youth. She referred to the black teens as “super predators”, saying “We have to bring them to heel.”

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Donald Trump

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump won by a landslide in the Nevada Caucuses yesterday. But some critics are crying foul after poll workers were caught wearing Trump gear at the polling place. Isn’t that illegal?

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Hillary Clinton

The FBI has enough evidence on Hillary Clinton to charge her with a plethora of white collar federal offenses.

PJ Media — Washington insiders say that the evidence in the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s “unique email arrangement” has reached “critical mass.” The American Spectator’s R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. joins former prosecutor Joe DiGenova in predicting that a decision to indict is coming soon.

The charges will consist of some of the following:

1. Improper disclosure or retention of classified information

2. Destruction of government records

3. Lying to federal agents

4. Lying under oath

5. Obstruction of justice

And that’s not all…

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In a stunning defeat for President Barack Obama on Thursday, the House passed a bill limiting Obama’s plan to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees in New Orleans in 2016.

Obama had threatened to veto any such bill that crossed his desk. But that was before 47 of his own Democrats joined with all but 2 Republicans to pass the bill.

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Despite the massacre in Paris carried out by ISIS last Friday, President Obama is going ahead with plans to migrate 100,000 refugees from the ISIS stronghold of Syria to American cities. 10,000 of those refugees will be embedded in New Orleans.

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In a landslide victory, Houston residents voted to repeal a controversial anti-LGBT ordinance that would have allowed men in women’s restrooms.

Houston’s lesbian Mayor Annise Parker tried to get the so-called Houston Equal Rights Ordinance fast-tracked last year. But Houston’s pastors protested loudly, and the ordinance was put on hold.

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The Democrats can breathe a sigh of relief. Vice President Joe Biden is out of the running for the Democratic presidential nomination. Biden had no chance of being nominated anyway, but we all could have used the laughs.

From CNN.com:

With his wife, Jill, and President Barack Obama at his side in the White House Rose Garden, Biden said the window for a successful campaign “has closed,” noting his family’s grief following the death of his son, Beau.

Still, Biden positioned himself as a defender of the Obama legacy and made clear he views himself as the best possible successor to the President. In tone, the remarks sounded like the kind of speech defending staunch Democratic values that he might have given had he reached the opposite conclusion.