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What Will President Trump Say Today? - Florida Rally Live Feed

After escalating the 'war on fake news' overnight (and having The New York Times fight back) and facing more neocon revolution from John McCain, we can only wonder at what President Trump has in store for the thousands expected to attend a rally in Melbourne, Florida this afternoon...

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"In 26 Years, I've Never Seen Anything Like This" White House Leaks Reportedly Reveal Trump Team Turmoil

Trump’s volatile behavior has created an environment ripe for leaks from his executive agencies and even within his White House, according to The Huffington Post. And while leaks typically involve staffers sabotaging each other to improve their own standing or trying to scuttle policy ideas they find genuinely problematic, Trump’s 2-week-old administration has a third category: leaks from White House and agency officials alarmed by the president’s conduct.

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Is Steve Bannon "The Great Manipulator" Or Is It All Just More "Fake News"

Various mainstream media outlets would like for you to believe there is discord in the White House between President Trump and Steve Bannon.  The typical narrative goes something like this:  Steve Bannon is "The Great Manipulator" (as Time Magazine described him) pulling all the strings from behind the scenes and Trump, the perpetual narcissist, is growing weary of competing for the spotlight.   

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Media Turning On Itself: USAToday's Wolff Slams CNN's Stelter As "Ridiculous, Self-Righteous Figure"

Amid the ever-increasing virtue-signaling fanaticism of the mainstream media in their incessant anti-Trump (so-called 'fact-checking') propaganda, it appears the infighting has begun. As The Hill reports, USA Today and Hollywood Reporter columnist Michael Wolff slammed CNN's Brian Stelter on his media affairs program Sunday, telling the host he was becoming "quite a ridiculous figure."

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Obama Commutes Remaining Prison Sentence Of Chelsea Manning

Following urges by Edward Snowden and Julian Assange (who offered his own extradition in exchange), President Obama has largely commuted the remaining prison sentence of Chelsea Manning, the army intelligence analyst convicted of an enormous 2010 leak that revealed American military and diplomatic activities across the world, disrupted the administration, and made WikiLeaks, the recipient of those disclosures, famous.

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