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Speaking in Brussels Thursday morning against the backdrop of the newly unveiled Article 5 and Berlin Wall Memorials, President Donald Trump strongly urged NATO leaders to significantly increase defense spending, saying it is unfair for members states to rely on American taxpayers to fulfill European obligations. Further, he called on...
 
President Trump, who is in Brussels today for meetings with NATO, has released a statement slamming leaks from U.S. intelligence agencies surrounding the suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.  “The alleged leaks coming out of government agencies are deeply troubling. These leaks have been going on for...
 
Pastors in Texas will no longer have to fear government officials showing up at their church doors. Gov. Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 24 Monday, protecting pastors from subpoenas demanding they turn over their messages. “Texas law now will be your strength and your sword and your shield,” Abbott said, invoking...
 
Tuesday’s Department of Justice budget proposal asks Congress for $1.8 million to “meet litigation, acquisition, and appraisal demands during the construction along the border between Mexico and the United States.” The money will be used to devote 20 new staff members, including 12 attorneys, to the Environmental and Natural Resources...
 
President Trump on Tuesday—standing beside Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem—lashed out at the suicide bomber behind a deadly attack in Manchester hours earlier. Trump spoke Tuesday, after a suicide bomber killed 22 and injured 59 at a concert by pop singer Ariana Grande. The president offered his condolences to...
 
During the first 100 days following President Donald Trump’s signing of an executive order on immigration and border enforcement, arrests of criminal aliens increased dramatically. ICE officials report an increase in arrests of these immigrants of 37.6 percent when compared to the same period the previous year. President Trump signed...
 
President Donald Trump leaves for his first foreign trip of his presidency Friday, highlighting three of the world’s biggest religions with visits to Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the Vatican City. “I’ll meet scores of leader, and honor the holiest sites of these three great religions,” Trump said during a speech...
 
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, said Tuesday that despite all the controversies surrounding Donald Trump’s presidency, the House still has to “pass meaningful legislation and get it to the president’s desk.” Chaffetz, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee chairman, told NBC News that the government is “always full of crisis.”...
 
Rep. Trey Gowdy suggested Tuesday that there were more entanglements between the Clintons and the Department of Justice than the average person realizes. “I think history will be much kinder to Jim Comey in that July press conference than the Democrats were,” Gowdy told Fox News host Martha MacCallum.  “I think he had...
 
White House officials Monday denounced a Washington Post report that President Trump revealed classified information about ISIS to Russia’s foreign minister and Moscow’s ambassador to the United States during a White House meeting last week.  In a brief statement in front of the White House, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster described the Post’s story...
 
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President Trump Defends American Taxpayers To NATO Leaders

Speaking in Brussels Thursday morning against the backdrop of the newly unveiled Article 5 and Berlin Wall Memorials, President Donald Trump strongly urged NATO leaders to significantly increase defense spending, saying it is unfair for members states to rely on American taxpayers to fulfill European obligations. Further, he called on...

President Trump Slams Leaks On Manchester Suicide Bombing Investigation, Calls For DOJ To Prosecute

President Trump, who is in Brussels today for meetings with NATO, has released a statement slamming leaks from U.S. intelligence agencies surrounding the suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.  “The alleged leaks coming out of government agencies are deeply troubling. These leaks have been going on for...

Texas Governor Signs Bill Preventing State from Demanding Pastors’ Sermons

Pastors in Texas will no longer have to fear government officials showing up at their church doors. Gov. Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 24 Monday, protecting pastors from subpoenas demanding they turn over their messages. “Texas law now will be your strength and your sword and your shield,” Abbott said, invoking...

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