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Trump speaks to the American Legion

Trump speaks to the American Legion

The White House says the president will say in his speech in Reno, Nevada, that it's "time to heal the wounds that have divided us and to seek a new unity based on the common values that unite us". "He started off saying bad things about me and then he said great things and now I like him", Trump said of Gates. Jeffrey Mehoves, 61, a Vietnam veteran and retired deputy sheriff from Sparks, said he came out to voice his anger about Trump's attempt to ban transgender soldiers from the military.


Quinnipiac Poll: Voters Say 2-1 that Trump Is Dividing America

Quinnipiac Poll: Voters Say 2-1 that Trump Is Dividing America

The Quinnipiac University Poll reported 62 percent of the voters it surveyed felt that Trump is increasing divisions in the country; 31 percent said they felt the opposite. Arpaio, a longtime Trump supporter, was convicted last month of failing to obey a judge's order to end his practice of racially profiling Latinos in Maricopa County, Arizona; the ACLU called Trump's hint at pardoning him "an official endorsement of racism".


Melania Trump Thanks Chelsea Clinton for Defending Barron Trump

Melania Trump Thanks Chelsea Clinton for Defending Barron Trump

According to Entertainment Weekly , a White House aide was even heard yelling, "Don't look", at the President. There may be a segment of GOPers that thinks Trump was too soft on the Antifa element that showed up to rumble and is rating him poorly because of it.


Polls close, Angolans electing first new leader in 38 years

Polls close, Angolans electing first new leader in 38 years

Polls are now closed in Angola, where voters have been choosing the southern African country's first new president in nearly four decades. The event was also attended by President Jose Eduardo dos Santos , who has been largely absent throughout the campaign.


Schaeffer Brands Clapper an 'Idiot' For Anti-Trump Comments

Schaeffer Brands Clapper an 'Idiot' For Anti-Trump Comments

Even as he said his team asked him not to attack anyone by name in his speech, Trump referred to John McCain's vote against a "skinny repeal" of President Obama's health care plan. He then called into question whether Trump could be trusted with access to the nuclear codes. The former DNI chief also told Lemon he's anxious about Trump's access to the nation's nuclear codes, warning that there's "very little to stop him" if he decides to do something about North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in a ...