Hillary Clinton Julian Assange

According to reports, Hillary Clinton was so frustrated by the U.S. State Department’s failure to silence WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange that she proposed having him killed by military drone strike!

The explosive report gives weight to rumors that Mrs. Clinton is behind the suspicious deaths of at least 5 people linked to the Democratic National Committee.

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Barack Obama Everett Piper

A university professor slammed the Obama administration for imposing its “transgender ideology” on colleges and universities.

Specifically, Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Dr. Everett Piper is opposed to the Obama administration altering Title IX’s sex discrimination protections to include transgenders.

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Minister Farrakhan

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan chastised President Barack Obama for reprimanding black people about protecting his legacy.

Farrakhan spoke with disdain in his voice about Obama’s self-serving speech at the Congressional Black Caucus gala, where Obama said his presidential “legacy” was in jeopardy if black people didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton.

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Colin Powell

Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell is not happy with Hillary Clinton for dragging him into her email server scandal.

In emails leaked by DC Leaks, a group affiliated with hacker Guccifer 2.0, Powell told friends he was concerned that Clinton would throw him under the bus after he advised her about using emails.

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Michelle Obama

The time is drawing near for President Barack Obama and his family to pack up and move out of the White House.

In an appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show on Tuesday, First lady Michelle Obama said her teenage daughters Malia, 18, and Sasha, 15, will have a tough time leaving the White House.

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Donald Trump

Residents of Greenwell Springs, Louisiana cheered Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during his visit on Friday.

Trump kept his promise to tour the flood-ravaged areas of Louisiana where 13 people died and more than 85,000 people are homeless.

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