Lil Yachty

Nothing was going right for a suburban Atlanta kid who struggled for years to sign his first record deal. The Gay Agenda had already taken hold in America's black suburbs when former U.S. President Obama made it safe for the last bastion of masculinity in the hood -- rappers and drug dealers -- to flaunt their homosexuality.

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Nina Turner

Nina Turner, a former Ohio State Senator, says voters care about jobs, not the Russia collusion story being pushed by the Democrats and their allies in the mainstream news media.

During a panel discussion on CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday, Turner said, "No one in Ohio cares about Russia."

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Ex-convict Bradley "Chelsea" Manning tweeted a photo of himself after leaving prison a free man, thanks to former President Barack Obama.

Manning, 29, was released from prison on Wednesday after Obama commuted his 35-year sentence to time served.

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Angella Reid

The White House fired a black woman who was hired as the White House's chief usher under former President Barack Obama.

Former White House Chief Usher Angella Reid was the first woman to hold job. The Washington Post first reported Reid was terminated from her job on Friday morning, while President Donald Trump was away in New Jersey.

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President Donald Trump continues to clean house by replacing all of the former administration's holdovers.

Last week, President Trump asked U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy to resign. On Friday, Trump appointed Rear Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams as acting U.S. Surgeon General. Trent-Adams is one of the first registered nurses to hold such an esteemed position.

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Susan Rice Barack Obama

Embattled U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice abruptly canceled a planned speech and Q&A in New York on Saturday.

Rice is under fire for her role in helping the Obama administration spy on incoming President Donald Trump's transition team. She is accused of lying about having no knowledge of the surveillance and the unmasking of transition team members.

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Former first daughter Malia Obama showed up to work on Tuesday wearing a Moschino denim jacket and jeggings which she accessorized with her favorite Aztec print backpack.

I would be remiss in my duty as a blogger if I didn't mention the gossip about Malia's father, former President Barack Obama.

By now you know about Obama's former National Security Advisor Susan Rice ordering the Intelligence community to spy on then-candidate Donald Trump.

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Mike Flynn President Trump

On Thursday, the anti-Trump media whipped the public into a frenzy over wild speculation that Gen. Mike Flynn asked for immunity in return for his testimony on President Donald Trump's alleged ties to the Russians.

In response to the drama, President Trump said Flynn should ask for immunity to testify in what he called a "witch hunt".

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Devin Nunes

Devin Nunes is a Republican Congressman from California. He is chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.

Nunes rocked Washington on Wednesday when he announced he read a FISA warrant obtained by former President Barack Obama to spy on then-candidate Donald Trump.

For weeks now, the mainstream media told Americans the FISA warrant didn't exist.

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Barack Obama

Former President Barack Obama jetted off to the French Polynesia for a month -- without his long-suffering wife, Michelle Obama.

Still meddling in U.S. politics, Obama flew to Hawaii on Tuesday where, hours later, a federal judge temporarily blocked President Trump's second executive order travel ban. Supposedly Obama was in his native Hawaii to play a round of golf.

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Paul Ryan

President Trump may not want to sign off on Paul Ryan's Obamacare replacement in its current form.

According to Breitbart.com, House Speaker Paul Ryan's American Healthcare Act carries even stiffer fines than former President Obama's disastrous Affordable Care Act.

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Barack Obama, Valerie Jarrett

The rumors are true: former President Barack Obama is operating a shadow government from his leased Washington, D.C. mansion.

Unlike his predecessors, Bill Clinton and George Bush, the former president remains in Washington under the pretense that he is stayng until his youngest daughter, Sasha, graduates from high school.

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Supreme Court

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court dealt a major blow to transgender rights advocates.

The Supreme Court ruled that it will not hear a case brought by gender confused Virginia high school student Gavin Grimm, pictured above with her mother.

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Ben Carson

HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson was dragged unmercifully by Hillary Clinton's supporters for equating slaves to immigrants in a speech last week.

Clinton's supporters are united in their fake outrage at President Trump and his administration. But video has surfaced online showing their savior, ex-President Barack Obama, saying the same thing Carson said.

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CIA hacked

On Tuesday, March 7, WikiLeaks published a new series of leaks on the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.

Code-named "Vault 7" by WikiLeaks, the data dump is the largest ever publication of confidential documents on the spy agency.

The CIA documents and hacking tools were part of a series of hacks under President Barack Obama's watch.

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Donald Trump Barack Obama

Monday was a busy day for President Donald Trump. He signed a new travel ban imposing a 90-day suspension on travelers entering the U.S. from 6 terror-linked countries. And late Monday, House Republicans released Trump's new health care proposal, repealing former President Obama's disastrous Affordable Care Act.

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Mika Brzezinski

MSNBC morning anchor Mika Brzezinksi fought back tears as she responded to President Donald Trump's wiretap allegations against former President Barack Obama.

Brzezinski, who said just last week that it is her job to control what people think, called the president "mentally unfit".

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