Donald Trump Hillary Clinton

Hillary Rodham Clinton should be cooling her heels in a prison cell right now. But thanks to her deep Washington D.C. political connections, the 68-year-old sickly mother-of-1 is the first female to be nominated for president in America.

Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton

A LA Times poll shows frontrunner Donald Trump cruising to a comfortable 7-point lead over Clinton — who is probably the most despised woman in America today.

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Barack Obama

A retired general is adding his voice to the growing consensus of military leaders who oppose transsexual soldiers serving in the military.

Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn criticized President Barack Obama’s decision to allow mentally ill men and women with gender disorders to serve openly in the armed forces.

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Melania Trump Michelle Obama

Donald Trump’s wife, Melania stole the evening at the Republican National Convention’s opening night in Cleveland on Monday.

The leggy, 46-year-old Slovenian talked about the values instilled in her as a child by her immigrant parents. She also discussed how hard work pays off for whatever you want in life.

First lady Michelle Obama discussed some of the same things during her 2008 Democratic National Convention speech.

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DeRay McKesson

When Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson isn’t leading protest marches, he lives comfortably in a home provided by wealthy donors.

McKesson was arrested last weekend during a protest in Louisiana. His booking sheet shows his home address is a house on a leafy street in suburban Baltimore.

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Joe Walsh

Former Congressman Joe Walsh reacted to early reports of cops killed in Dallas with a tweet threatening President Obama and Black Lives Matter.

In the now-deleted tweet, Walsh wrote: “This is now war. Watch out Obama. Watch out black lives matter punks. Real America is coming after you.”

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Obama statement

President Obama made a brief statement about the senseless shooting deaths of 2 black males by cops.

In a statement released on Thursday, Obama said he was “encouraged” that his justice department opened an investigation into the death of Alton Sterling.

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LGBT Ivory Coast

Gay men living in the Ivory Coast were forced to flee their homes after the U.S. embassy posted a photo on its website identifying the men as members of the LGBT community.

The photo shows a group of six men signing a condolence book for victims of the Orlando gay bar massacre last month.

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President Obama Hillary Clinton

The Supreme Court dealt President Obama a major blow today on immigration reform. The high court blocked Obama’s executive order on anti-deportation.

The decision was split 4-4, affirming the ruling of the lower court that said Obama was overstepping his bounds by bypassing the legislative branch.

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