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New Italian govt vows to create jobs, deport migrants

Italy’s new populist leaders commemorated the founding of the Italian republic by attending a pomp-filled military parade — then promised to get to work creating jobs and expelling migrants.

“The free ride is over”, new Interior Minister Matteo Salvini warned at a rally in northern Italy adding: “It’s time to pack your bags.”

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Why It’s Ridiculous To Say FBI Spying Meant To Protect The Trump Campaign

An interesting thing happened last Friday: a bizarre confluence of events that left many of us wondering if we’d stepped into the Twilight Zone.
It began without much acclaim. Reps. Devin Nunes and Trey Gowdy had been scheduled to meet with Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) officials to finally review the classified information to which they’d been denied access until Nunes threatened to subpoena the information and hold the officials in contempt.

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Trump Legal Team ‘Leaning Toward’ No Mueller Interview

President Donald Trump’s legal team is “leaning toward not” allowing the president to sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller as part of the probe into Russian collusion allegations and obstruction of justice concerns. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani made that point Sunday on ABC News’ “This Week.”

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The Papadopoulos Case Needs a Closer Look

Congress should be taking a very hard look at the prosecution of George Papadopoulos. To these eyes, the harder one looks, the more the Papadopoulos case appears to be much ado about nothing. That is no small thing: The “much ado” here is a purported Trump–Russia conspiracy to subvert a presidential election.

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Construction Begins On San Diego Section Of The Border Wall: U.S. Customs and Border Protection began work on improving a 15-mile stretch of wall on Friday

Although approval is still pending on the billions of dollars President Donald Trump needs to build a full border wall along the United States’ southern border with Mexico, work on a 15-mile section of “the wall” officially began on Friday.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection says they’re beginning improvements on a section of the border wall near San Diego, partly in preparation for the existing wall to connect with whatever new wall the Trump Administration has planned, Fox News reports.

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TRUDEAU SHARES OBAMA’S ADVICE ON DEFENDING WORLD CITIZENS, DON JR. TURNS HIM INTO CANADIAN BACON

Canada’s liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has regularly had run-ins with President Trump.

The two world leaders are often in a war of words on social media over issues that impact both countries, such and NAFTA and the Paris Climate Accords. Just last week, Canada imposed tariffs on some American products in response to the Trump administration waging a tariff war of their own on overseas products.

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Strippers, Prostitutes Hit The Streets For ‘International Whores’ Day’

On Saturday, strippers, prostitutes, and “allies,” hit the streets for the 43rd annual International Whores’ Day.

In cities such as Oakland, New York City, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, “sex workers” held demonstrations mainly to voice their opposition to the recently passed anti-sex-trafficking bill, the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act and Stop Enabling Sex Trafficking Act, and to advocate for the decimalization of prostitution.

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POLITICIZING THE FBI: HOW JAMES COMEY SUCCEEDED WHERE RICHARD NIXON FAILED

A little over 40 years ago, Richard Nixon went from a landslide re-election winner to a president forced to resign in disgrace. Nixon’s downfall was the direct result of his unsuccessful attempts to politicize through patronage of an independent, straight-arrow FBI. The commonsense, ethical lesson from this for all government officials would be to avoid attempts to use our nation’s independent fact-finder as a partisan force.

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Israel Claims Proof Of Irans Plans For A Secret Nuclear Weapon

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country has half a ton of Iranian documents that prove Tehran had a secret program to build nuclear bombs, potentially giving President Donald Trump ammunition to pull the U.S. out of the Iran nuclear accord.

“Iran lied about never having a nuclear weapons program,” Netanyahu said in a press conference in his government’s defense compound in Tel Aviv. “After signing the nuclear deal in 2015, Iran intensified its efforts to hide its nuclear files.”

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Trump to host Ramadan dinner

President Donald Trump will host an iftar dinner at the White House next week to recognize the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, according to a White House official, a departure from last year’s decision not to host the traditional post-sundown meal.

The iftar dinner is scheduled for Wednesday. The White House official declined to provide a list of attendees.

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A historic exodus is leaving Venezuela without teachers, doctors and electricians

CARACAS, Venezuela — An unruly nine-year-old bolted from his classroom, prompting a volunteer teacher to chase him down the hall. He would normally be hauled straight to Romina Sciaca’s office. But the guidance counsellor was gone — part of a wave of staffers to flee Aquiles Nazoa Elementary School.

This collapsing socialist state is suffering one of the most dramatic outflows of human talent in modern history, with Aquiles Nazoa offering a glimpse into what happens when a nation begins to empty out. Vast gaps in Venezuela’s labour market are causing a breakdown in daily life, and robbing this nation of its future. The exodus is broad and deep — an outflow of doctors, engineers, oil workers, bus drivers and electricians.

So far this year, 48,000 teachers — or 12 per cent of all staff at elementary and high schools nationwide — have quit, according to Se Educa, an educational group. The vast majority, according to the group, have joined a stampede of Venezuelans leaving the country to escape food lines and empty grocery store shelves.

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