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BOOKMAKERS: Trump Now 2 to 1 to Win Nobel Peace Prize

After the Singapore Summit, bookies have now set odds of 2 to 1 that trump wins the Nobel Peace Prize either alone or with someone else. It’s 10 to 1 that he wins it alone. Considering the fact that Democratic politicians and the lamestream press have been calling him a war monger for the past two to three years, that is a pretty impressive feat but not nearly impressive as Obama’s win in 2009. Think about it. Obama was the first person to ever win the peace prize without doing a single thing to earn it. It’s much easier for someone with actual accomplishments to win the coveted prize. Most people who have accomplished nothing even get nominated.

From The Metro UK

Trump had unprecedented talks aimed at getting the rogue Asian nation to ditch its nuclear weapons and end its decades-long conflict with South Korea. He and Kim signed an unidentified document to cement their new friendship and said the details will be released imminently. Speaking as he signed the paper, Trump said: ‘We are signing a very important, pretty comprehensive document.’

He added: ‘Both sides are going to be impressed with the result.’ Trump praised Kim as a ‘very worthy, very smart negotiator’ during the historic summit at a luxury hotel in Singapore’s Sentosa island. It comes after a year of exchanging threats but ended in handshakes and a promise of further meetings. Kim said: ‘Today we had a historic meeting and decided to leave the past behind and we are about to sign the historic document.

We should run a pool to see what reason Democrats and the press give the most often on why President Trump doesn’t deserve it. Somehow they will find a way to credit China or Obama for it.

 

 

 

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Trump: ‘If I Had One Do-Over, It Would Be…’

In an interview that aired on Sunday, President Donald Trump admitted that his biggest regret was appointing Jeff Sessions as his attorney general, and said that if he had a do-over, the nomination would have gone to someone else.

In an appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press” Trump made the comments about his former attorney general who resigned right after the midterms back in November after a plethora of criticism from the president via social media.  It was at the height of the Mueller investigation, and Trump was openly critical of Sessions’ decision to recuse himself from the probe in early 2017.

In the past, Trump said, “I don’t have an attorney general. It is very sad.”  The president’s disillusion in Sessions wasn’t just about the Russia collusion witch hunt.  He said he wasn’t happy with “the border” and “numerous” other issues that Sessions’ office affected.

“Every President deserves an Attorney General they have confidence in,” Trump tweeted. “I believe every President has a right to their Cabinet, these are not lifetime appointments. You serve at the pleasure of the President.”

Sessions recused himself the day after he was confirmed and sworn in as attorney general, but he never confided to the president that he was going to do so.  The only reason he recused himself was because during his confirmation hearing the Democrats made such a stink about Sessions being a surrogate to the Trump campaign during the 2016 election that they felt he couldn’t be neutral overseeing the FBI investigation into Russian collusion.  Remember, this was before the Mueller witch hunt began.

As time went on, America discovered that the whole Trump-Russia collusion probe was a hoax that served two purposes; a tool for Democrats to use to impeach Trump, and to cover up the Obama administration’s interference in the 2016 election by spying on the Trump campaign and by exonerating Hillary Clinton of the many crimes she committed while serving as Obama’s secretary of state, so that she could go on to win the election.



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Rihanna Goes Right After Trump With New Shirt, MAGA Nation Quickly Responds

Barbadian singer and businesswoman Rihanna took to social media to let her supporters know that she supports immigrants in their struggle to come to the United States.

The music icon posted a photo on her Twitter account of her alongside several women holding up a shirt that reads, “Immigrant.”

“Hey Donald Trump,” the caption reads.

It is unclear if Rihanna is launching a new clothing line or merely sending a political message, but the post stirred quite the controversy.

More than 100,000 people had retweeted it by Monday morning, and the photo received just under 470,000 likes.

Several people responded to the post calling it “beautiful” or by saying Rihanna should run for the presidency.

Some others responded to the post by saying Rihanna was misrepresenting or misinterpreting Trump’s stance on immigration. He’s all for legal immigration, people echoed. Check it out, via Twitchy:


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Biden Plans To Immediately Give 800,000 Dreamers Citizenship If Elected

On Monday, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden wrote in a newspaper op-ed that one of the first things he would do if he were elected would continue former President Obama’s efforts in granting citizenship to more than 800,000 Dreamers.

ABC News reports Biden, in the op-ed, blasted Trump’s handling of the immigration crisis happening at the southern border. The former vice president called Trump’s actions as an “assault on the dignity” of immigrants designed to “scare voters.”

“Trump repeatedly invokes racist invective to describe anyone south of the Rio Grande,” Biden continued, claiming he is committing “actions that subvert our American values and our ability to lead on the global stage.”

And, from ABC News:

Biden, who launched his 2020 campaign in April, calls for streamlining the asylum system for migrants and spending more on electronic security at borders instead of building Trump’s proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall. And he blasts Trump’s latest threats of mass deportation and his decision to cut aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, three Central American nations that are sources of the increasing wave of migrants to the U.S. border.

Trump, a Republican, maintains that his immigration policies are necessary to keep the country safe. He also has made clear that his 2020 reelection strategy is focused squarely on his base, which since his 2015 campaign launch has embraced his hard-line nationalism and economic protectionism.

Biden’s op-ed is published in the Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald, with Biden using the English and Spanish versions to praise the diversity of the surrounding city where 20 Democratic candidates will take the debate stage in two heats Wednesday and Thursday.

More than 800,000 Dreamers were first allowed temporary legal residency when former President Obama executively enacted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). During his first year in office, President Trump allowed DACA to expire and thus ended the administrative amnesty. Several legal injunctions by federal judges have since put the Dreamers in legal limbo.

“On January 9, 2018, a federal judge in California blocked the Trump administration’s termination of DACA and continued to allow renewal requests,” the American Immigration Council reports. “Similarly, on February 13, 2018, a federal judge in New York issued a preliminary injunction preventing the administration from abruptly ending the DACA program. As of June 2019, individuals with DACA or those who have had DACA in the past can continue to renew their benefits on a two-year basis. However, first-time applications are no longer being accepted.”

Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle then pushed their own respective Dream Acts—which would grant these people permanent legal status—but no such bill was ever passed.

Heritage reports:

The unconstitutionality of Obama’s actions were confirmed when Obama tried to implement a second, similar program in 2014 called the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents program, or DAPA. Like DACA, DAPA provided an administrative amnesty for illegal aliens who came to the U.S. as adults and gave them work authorizations and access to government benefits.

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a nationwide injunction against DAPA, which the Supreme Court allowed to stand. As the Fifth Circuit said, the fact that the president declined to enforce the law and remove illegal aliens “does not transform presence deemed unlawful by Congress into lawful presence and confer eligibility for otherwise unavailable benefits based on that change.”

Continued:

Under our Constitution, Congress has plenary authority over immigration. The president only has the authority delegated to him by Congress – and Congress has never given the president the power to provide a pseudo-amnesty and government benefits to illegal aliens.

The DACA program suffers from exactly the same constitutional infirmities as DAPA. A number of states have threatened to sue the administration to stop the DACA program. In the face of that threat, Trump really had no choice. General Sessions’ legal conclusion was that DACA “is vulnerable to the same legal and constitutional challenges that the courts recognized with respect to the DAPA program.”


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