Donald Trump Elizabeth Warren michael bloomberg Politics 

Michael Bloomberg’s Enormous Net Worth Makes Trump the ‘Poor Guy’

Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is joining the 2020 race for the Democratic presidential nomination. A Wall Street billionaire, Bloomberg’s personal wealth vastly exceeds that of President Donald Trump. That might be exactly what Trump needs to stay on message and run as an anti-establishment populist while sitting in the Oval Office. As former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg joins the 2020 race, it’s worth taking a look at just how rich this Wall Street billionaire is. With a net worth of more than $52 billion, Bloomberg isn’t just…

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Donald Trump Matt Bevin Op-ed Politics Roy Moore 

More Trump Derangement in Media Coverage of Kentucky Election

Republican Matt Bevin loses Kentucky governorship to Democratic challenger Andy Beshear. Trump’s effort to boost unpopular Republican state leader is being twisted by the media again. Despite what mainstream media has to say, Tuesday’s election was not about Trump; it was about Bevin’s shortcomings as Governor. The Kentucky election result is all on Governor Matt Bevin, despite Trump’s best efforts to boost the unpopular Republican state leader. After Bevin’s narrow loss to Democratic challenger Andy Beshear Tuesday, the mainstream national press has taken to one of its favorite pastimes. That…

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Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Op-ed Politics rand paul 

Trump Got No Money From Ukraine, Clinton Got $25M From Saudis

As the Trump impeachment inquiry enters its next phase, GOP Senators will argue that there was a quid pro quo in the notorious phone call with Ukraine’s president, but it was not illegal. It’s the same argument Hillary Clinton supporters used to defend the Clinton Foundation’s contributions from foreign governments. The Clinton 2020 rumor mill is gathering steam: A Fox News poll show Hillary beating Trump in a 2020 rematch. The House Democrats’ push to impeach Donald Trump is moving fast. Late last month Democrats published the full text of…

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Donald Trump Joe Biden Op-ed Politics Ronald Reagan 

Landslide Trump? Why 2020 Looks Like 1984

Former Vice President Joe Biden is leading President Donald Trump in a hypothetical 2020 general election by comfortably wide margins in the polls. In 1983, former Vice President Walter Mondale was also besting sitting President Ronald Reagan by wide margins in the polls. He went on, however, to the worst electoral defeat for any Democratic presidential candidate in history. Mondale’s campaign alienated middle class, blue collar workers in the North and Midwest. Joe Biden seems determined to follow the same path to election defeat. Just yesterday Nancy Pelosi warned the…

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Donald Trump Dow Jones larry kudlow Market News 

Dow Rises as Trump & Kudlow Tease Ambitious Trade War Timeline

The Dow Jones managed to barely capitalize on an extremely positive mood in financial markets on Monday. Boeing stock continues to suffer after Friday’s safety system bombshell, battering an index that might otherwise have surged in response to ambitious trade war proclamations from President Donald Trump and Larry Kudlow. Dow Jones Battered by Boeing Despite Trade War & Brexit Progress Heading toward the closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had gained 49.27 points or 0.18% to trade at 26,819.47. The Dow lagged its fellow stock indices on Monday. |…

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Anne Sacoolas Boris Johnson Donald Trump Headlines Op-ed Politics 

Trump-Johnson Bromance at Risk as US-UK Diplomatic Fracas Escalates

The bromance between US President Donald Trump and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson could be nearing its expiration date. The two unconventional politicians have been relying on a safety-net trade deal between their two nations, which has emboldened each man to take a hardline stance in his government’s other international trade negotiations. However, their relationship of convenience could soon become one of contention, as they may soon have to square off over Anne Sacoolas, a US diplomat’s wife, who allegedly misused immunity to escape criminal charges. Claim: Anne Sacoolas Misused…

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Donald Trump Elizabeth Warren Joe Biden Op-ed Politics 

Trump Bashes Biden on Ukraine, But This Is His Real Target

President Donald Trump has been all over the media, calling for an investigation into former VP Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s dealings with the Ukraine. There are number of reasons why Donald Trump is jawboning this issue, but there is a critical one that everyone seems to be missing. Not Everything Is As It Seems On the surface, it appears that Donald Trump is simply striking back at Joe Biden with the same hoax accusation that has been leveled against him. That is, Trump has been accused of making…

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Donald Trump FTSE 100 Market News 

FTSE 100 Tanks as Trump Points Multi-Billion Tariff Gun at Europe

The FTSE 100 plunged at the opening bell in London today, putting the UK stock market on track for its fourth-straight day of losses. It comes as Donald Trump brings his tariff war to European shores. The Trump administration announced tariffs on $7.5 billion ($6.1 billion) worth of European goods including aircraft, French wine, Scotch whiskey, and Italian cheese. “The EU has taken advantage of the U.S. on trade for many years. It will soon stop!” – President Trump, in April this year. FTSE 100 drops 0.5% The UK’s FTSE…

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Donald Trump Impeachment Op-ed Politics 

Impeachment Will Blow Up In Democrats’ Faces

Democrats seem determined to lose the presidential election next year. The rush to impeach President Donald Trump is just another in a long line of “nothing burgers” designed to express frustration at Democrats’ loss in 2016. One Hoax After Another The Democrats have tried to delegitimize Donald Trump from the beginning, and keep trying to dupe the American public into believing that he is not fit for office. For more than two years, Democrats tried to push a Russian collusion hoax. Everyone with a brain in their head knew that…

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china Donald Trump Market News 

U.S. Denies China Company De-Listing. But The Writing is On The Wall

U.S. stocks declined sharply on Friday after The Wall Street Journal reported that President Trump was considering de-listing Chinese companies from domestic exchanges. In response to the widely-referenced report, the Treasury Department said that it was not considering de-listing Chinese stocks at this time. This will likely provide more support to U.S. markets when they open on Monday. In a statement, Monica Crawley, the Treasury spokesperson, said: The administration is not contemplating blocking Chinese companies from listing shares on U.S. stock exchanges at this time. Further Escalation The Treasury Department…

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