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Senators Calls on State Dept. to Investigate Obama Admin’s Meddling in Foreign Elections (revised)

Republican Senators Bill Cassidy (LA), David Perdue (GA), Jim Inhofe (OK), Mike Lee (Utah), Ted Cruz (TX) and Thom Tillis (NC)  sent a letter to Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson asking for an investigation into the funneling of U. S. taxpayer dollars by Barack Obama’s State Department to Communist ...
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Trump wants UN funds cut more than 50 percent

The only question remaining here is why just 50%? If they want to play make them pay. If not they can keep their spies/diplomats in their own country. The U.N. has not shown itself to be a particularly good agency at doing anything that falls in line with their ...
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Huma Abedin agreed to acquire Diplomatic Passports for Clinton Foundation

  DIPLOMATIC PASSPORT   The diplomatic passport is issued to a Foreign Service officer or to a person having diplomatic status because he or she is traveling abroad to carry out diplomatic duties on behalf of the United States Government. As with an official passport, the diplomatic passport cannot ...
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State dumps thousands of Clinton emails at 1 a.m.

Washington Examiner by Sarah Westwood The new batch of records contains 45 classified messages, including one that was upgraded to “secret,” a higher level of classification. Last week, the agency published a batch of emails that contained 275 classified records, raising further questions about Clinton’s prior remarks that none ...
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IG Report: Hillary Clinton’s private email account exploits FOIA loophole

  Fox News by Catherine Herridge, Pamela Browne EXCLUSIVE: Hillary Clinton’s unorthodox use of a private email account and personal server for government business exploited a loophole in the State Department’s FOIA, or Freedom of Information Act, process, according to the findings of the first Inspector General report to stem ...
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Hillary’s Husband’s North Korean Nuclear Deal Looks a Little Shaky

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Independent Sentinel Kim Jong Un welcomed in the New Year by blowing up a bomb that he claims was a hydrogen bomb. In a statement, he said the main point of the nuclear test was to “make the world … look up to our strong nuclear country and labor party ...
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Taxpayers Hand Over Billions For Cost of Refugees to Intl Org for Migration – Website Touting COP21 Summit in Paris

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  Have you wondered how the many refugees get to North America? Who flies them here? Who pays for it? Who decides who comes and who doesn’t. This answer might surprise you. See it below. In Canada, the government set up separate terminals. On arrival, the refugees are given ...
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Hillary Benghazi Emails: Cheryl Mills to Hillary: Diplomats still in Benghazi had long questioned U.S. reliance on local militia

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On November 10, 2012, two months plus one day after the attacks on our Benghazi Special Mission, Hillary Clinton’s Chief of Staff, Cheryl Mills forwarded to Hillary, (addressed to H) an email thread beginning with Mills to Brock A. Johnson ( worked for Hillary since her 2008 campaign ), and copied to Patrick F. Kennedy and Andrew M. O’Connell. The subject line reads “ Diplomats still in Benghazi say they had long questioned U.S. [...]

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