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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, center, coasted through the final round of questions from senators during his Senate confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.

Kavanaugh faced the stiffest opposition from senators like Kamala Harris (D-CA), left, and Cory Booker (D-NJ), right.

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John James and family

President Trump called Michigan primary candidate John James "a future STAR" of the GOP after James won the Michigan Republican primary on Tuesday.

James, 37, defeated political newcomer and local businessman Sandy Pensler, who loaned himself $5 million for his campaign.

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President Barack Obama cried at a senior staff send-off dinner at the White House. "We had our senior staff dinner. I got through about four minutes of the thing and started getting the hanky out," he told former aide David Axelrod in a podcast interview on “The Axe Files”.

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An incorrect rumor shared by a Politico.com reporter in a disrespectful Tweet resulted in the reporter's termination.

It all started when CNN's Lisa Mirando tweeted: "Via @SaraMurray: Ivanka Trump to get office in same space reserved for First Lady in WH; Ivanka's title still TBD, per transition source".

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President Obama

President Barack Obama received a smattering of applause at his final national security speech held in Tampa, Florida.

Roughly half the audience clapped when Obama made the false claim that no terrorist organization has executed an attack on American soil while he was president.

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Donald Trump

There are unconfirmed reports that 15 electors will refuse to confirm their votes for President-elect Donald Trump.

According to Infowars.com, TV host David Pakman claims a high level source informed him that 15 electors will refuse to vote for Trump when the 538 electors meet on December 19.

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President Barack Obama is confident that President-elect Donald Trump was elected fairly.

In a statement released on Friday, the Obama administration stated, "we stand behind our election results, which accurately reflect the will of the American people".

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Hillary Clinton announced she will join Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein's recount effort in Wisconsin.

Stein filed for a recount in Wisconsin on Friday after quickly raising $5 million in donations to challenge election results in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania -- states won by President-elect Donald Trump.

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The Obama administration appears to be going back on their word to make the transition of power to Donald Trump's administration as smooth as possible.

The Obama administration is busy leaking insider information about Trump to their media friends at CNN, ABC News, and the Washington Post.

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Hilary Clinton Beyonce

Jay Z and Beyonce's life of excess and depraved riches may be why Hillary Clinton lost the support of rural America and blue collar workers.

Clinton hoped Jay Z and Beyonce would put her in touch with black voters. But Beyonce, Jay Z and their elite friends are woefully out of touch with black America.

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A Change.org petition gives new hope to disillusioned Hillary Clinton supporters who believe they can convince electoral college members (faithless electors) to change their minds when they meet to confirm Donald Trump as president on December 19.

Click here to view the petition on Change.org.

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fake preotester

When protesters took to the streets of Chicago after Donald Trump was elected president, CNN found an outraged Hillary Clinton supporter who seemed almost too perfect.

The bad acting and exaggerated body language were the first clues that CNN was up to their old tricks.

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