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President Donald Trump is not going to sit back and let the media has willfully stoke tensions and used rhetoric to scare people. It's also true that a terrorism case in 2011 in Kentucky led to a six-month restriction in the flow of Iraqi refugees during Obama's tenure.
  • Madelia man,19, killed in reported home invasion; homeowner charged

    Madelia man,19, killed in reported home invasion; homeowner charged

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    The call was made by Pettersen, who told police that he had fired a handgun at a grey vehicle that was leaving his property after, what he believed, was an attempted burglary. They were backing out of the driveway when Nason heard two "bangs", and then recalled Embertson saying "I'm hit". Embertson and Ayers boosted Nason up to the deck, where he was confronted by Pettersen, the reports states, and Nason jumped about 10 feet off the deck.
  • Trump's border wall faces reality check

    Trump's border wall faces reality check

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    The best border wall is investment and jobs in Mexico, Slim reportedly said, adding that people will go wherever there are better employment opportunities. In an interview with ABC News on Wednesday, Trump said construction of the wall would start within months, with planning starting immediately, and that Mexico would pay back to the U.S.
  • Tom Brady's Friendship With Trump Is Giving Patriots Fans Identity Crises

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    Just six days before Super Bowl LI, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had one message to his dad, Tom Brady Sr., about lashing out at National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell. "Hopefully we can finish it off and we'll see". If the Falcons win Super Bowl LI, we will sing the praises of Matt Ryan , Julio Jones , Mohamed Sanu, Tevin Coleman, Devonta Freeman and more , as well we should.
  • Sage Steele's Critique Of Travel Ban Protesters Draws Backlash For ESPN Anchor

    Sage Steele's Critique Of Travel Ban Protesters Draws Backlash For ESPN Anchor

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    The executive order angered people around the world, as places like Los Angeles International Airport + John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City were greatly affected. I love witnessing people exercise their right to protest! "But it saddened me to see the joy on their faces knowing that they were successful in disrupting so many people's travel plans", she posted under her Instagam photo.
  • Iraq hits back with tit-for-tat measure against Trump's travel ban

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    An Iraqi government body approved the force previous year. "Parliament voted by majority on calling on the Iraqi government and the foreign ministry to respond in kind", MP Hakim Al Zamili said. The most powerful groups in the Hashed al-Shaabi are Iran-backed Shiite militias, some of whom fought against USA forces in previous years. Both units from the Hashed and American troops are deployed in the Mosul area as part of the operation to retake the city from Daesh, and heightened anti-US ...
  • Trump adviser Stephen Miller: Travel ban meant to protect America from 'bigots'

    Trump adviser Stephen Miller: Travel ban meant to protect America from 'bigots'

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    The MSNBC personality said he didn't think anybody anticipated the backlash that Trump's executive order created but it's something that the White House "better learn quickly". People who are permanent legal residents of the United States - a.k.a., green card holders - are already subjected to a meticulous vetting process to ensure that they have valid reasons for being in the country, that they have no criminal history, and that they pose no danger to national security.
  • Netanyahu hails Trump's Mexico wall

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    Trump said in a Twitter message earlier on Thursday that his Mexican counterpart should cancel his scheduled visit to Washington if Mexico refuses to pay for the wall that he has ordered constructed along the border. The U.S. and Mexico conduct some $1.6 billion a day in cross-border trade, and cooperate on everything from migration to drug enforcement to major environmental issues.
  • Federal judge bars U.S. from removing legal residents detained at Dulles

    Federal judge bars U.S. from removing legal residents detained at Dulles

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    Dubai Airports, operator of the world's busiest airport for global travel, said it was "monitoring the situation". The order, which also suspended refugee resettlement for 120 days and barred Syrian refugees indefinitely, provoked public outcry across the country, with protesters taking to the streets in outrage over what many called a "Muslim ban".
  • Police identify 3 men killed in restaurant shooting

    Police identify 3 men killed in restaurant shooting

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    Police say two were confirmed dead at the scene and one was transported to the hospital in critical condition. At a press conference, Prince George's Police Chief Henry Stawinski, told reporters that surveillance video helped them quickly identify 40-year-old Karlief Moye, a bartender at the restaurant, as the suspect.