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Trump Approval At 53 %

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 52% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-eight percent (48%) disapprove.

The latest figures include 37% who Strongly Approve of the way Trump is performing and 38% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of

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FLASHBACK 2008 campaign: “Mr. Obama urged Baghdad to delay an agreement with Mr. Bush until next year when a new president will be in office”

At the same time the Bush administration was negotiating a still elusive agreement to keep the U.S. military in Iraq, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama tried to convince Iraqi leaders in private conversations that the president shouldn’t be allowed to enact the deal without congressional approval.

Mr. Obama’s conversations with the Iraqi leaders, confirmed to The Washington Times by his campaign aides, began just two weeks after he clinched the Democratic presidential nomination in June and stirred controversy over the appropriateness of a White House candidate’s contacts with foreign governments while the sitting president is conducting a war.

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More women attend conceal carry classes as licenses are issued in record number throughout Ohio

A record number of concealed carry licenses were issued in Ohio last year.

The attorney general’s office reports 118,000 new permits were issued in 2016 along with 41,000 renewals.

Those who want to obtain a conceal carry weapons license have to go through a training course on how to handle a firearm. At the Commence Firearm Training Academy in Cleveland, owner Keith Campbell said since 2004, they have trained more than 16,000 people.

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Former Bush AG–Trump Right There likely was Surveillance at Trump Tower

Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey on Sunday said that President Trump is likely correct that there was surveillance on Trump Tower for intelligence purposes, but incorrect in accusing former President Barack Obama of ordering the wiretapping.

“I think he’s right in that there was surveillance and that it was conducted at the behest of the attorney general — at the Justice Department,” Mukasey told ABC’s “This Week.”

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Why Canada won’t tighten border security despite an uptick in illegal immigration

Despite an uptick in illegal immigration in recent months, Canada won’t be tightening its border security anytime soon.

Several hundred people have illegally crossed into Canada from the United States since the beginning of the year, officials say, with much of the activity taking place in the weeks immediately following President Trump’s controversial executive order temporarily barring refugees and citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the United States.

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Minnesota eateries push for $15 minimum wage exception

A coalition of Minneapolis restaurants is calling for the state to adopt a $15 an hour minimum wage, but with an exception for tipped employees, which would include most waiters and servers.

They would instead get $9.50 an hour, the current minimum wage, plus the tips. But the effort is getting a tepid reception at city hall.

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US military investigates secret, ‘distasteful’ Facebook page of naked female Marines

The US Defense Department is investigating reports that some Marines shared naked photographs of female Marines, veterans and other women on a secret Facebook page, some of which were taken without their knowledge.

The photographs were shared on the Facebook page “Marines United,” which had a membership of active-duty and retired male Marines, Navy Corpsman and British Royal Marines.

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Roger Stone claims he has ‘perfectly legal back channel’ to Julian Assange

Roger Stone, a former adviser to Donald Trump, wrote on Saturday night that he had a “perfectly legal back channel” to Julian Assange, whose organization WikiLeaks published emails related to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign that intelligence agencies say were hacked by Russian intelligence. Stone then deleted the message.

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White House, still offering no evidence, demands investigation of whether Obama abused executive power

The White House on Sunday called on Congress to investigate whether former President Obama abused his executive powers in connection with the 2016 campaign, but continued to offer no evidence to back up the claim.

The demand came amid a swirl of claims and counter-claims about Russian meddling in the presidential election. U.S. intelligence agencies have said such interference took place, and connections between the Trump camp and Russia are under investigation by the FBI.

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Loretta Lynch: Need more marching, blood, death on streets

The Obama administration’s former Attorney General Loretta Lynch has made an impassioned video plea for more marching, blood and death on the streets – a video that was later posted on the Facebook page of Senate Democrats as “words of inspiration.”

The video is less than a minute long and begins by stating that people are experiencing “great fear and uncertainty,” with the unstated implication it is due to Donald Trump’s takeover of the White House.

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