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Bannon group shopped anti-Trump document in 2015

Washington (CNN)Before Donald Trump and Steve Bannon were enemies, they were allies. And not long before that, Bannon was part of an effort to sink Trump’s presidential hopes — even if Trump didn’t know it.

A conservative watchdog group led by Bannon tried to discredit Trump in the early stages of the 2016 Republican presidential primary by shopping a document alleging that Trump had ties to mobsters, according to conservative sources and a copy of the document reviewed by CNN.

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Blair: Trump rumours are false

Tony Blair, the former UK Prime Minister, has said a claim that he told Donald Trump’s aides that UK intelligence chiefs may have spied on him are a “complete fabrication”.

A new book says Mr Blair had warned President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, that campaign staff, “possibly even Trump himself”, had been under surveillance.

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Trump Cheered At College Football Championship Game

President Trump took the field for the National Anthem ahead of Monday night’s college football championship game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide.

Trump was greeted with a roar at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz stadium, the home of NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. Trump faced cheers and jeers from the packed stadium with 71,000+ attendees.

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Milo Yiannopoulos fighting with his own lawyers

Embattled provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos appears to be in yet another fight — this time with his own lawyers.

On Monday, Yiannopoulos, who is suing publisher Simon & Schuster for shelving his book “Dangerous,” said he would rep himself in court after Meister Seelig & Fein filed papers withdrawing, because Yiannopoulos “has insisted on pursuing actions with which [the firm] has a fundamental disagreement.”

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Russell Simmons halts #NotMe campaign

Russell Simmons has put his #NotMe campaign on ice, Page Six has exclusively learned.

After the mogul’s fiery crusade to clear his name over sexual misconduct allegations went mysteriously quiet, his reps told us that Simmons had instead decided “that this is a time for women to speak.”

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Christian university discourages students from working at Hooters

A brand new Hooters restaurant will soon open in Abilene, Texas, but not everyone is pleased. Abilene Christian University is discouraging its students from working at the controversial restaurant chain, considering it a moral dilemma.

Disheartened by the establishment’s salacious dress code, the northern Texas college has found it vitally important to ask their students to “consider both what Hooters represents and whether that is something they really want to support in terms of both their faith and the value this business model places on women,” according to Emerald Cassidy, ACU director of public and media relations.

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Black Unemployment at Lowest Rate on Record

In Friday’s jobs report, black unemployment reached a record low: 6.8 percent. That’s the lowest black unemployment has been since the Bureau of Labor Statistics began tracking unemployment, which started in 1972. “The lowest in nearly 5 decades and a credit to [President Donald Trump’s] economic policies!!” tweeted White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah.

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ABC News Analysis: It is not hard to imagine how a ‘Winfrey for President’ campaign could be successful

There is no doubt, if Oprah Winfrey decided to run for president she would instantly run at the top of the pack. Few Americans are as well-known and well-loved as the long-time media mogul.

The idea, of course, has been floated before in political circles and at family dinner tables. Winfrey herself teased the possibility of a presidential run last fall when she retweeted an op-ed about how she may be Democrat’s best hope for 2020 and said, “Thanks for the vote of confidence!” And Trump even once sung her praises and suggested her as a potential running mate, though she has been a donor and a surrogate for Democrats.

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Iran protests: deaths in custody spark human rights concerns

Human rights activists in Iran have raised concerns about mass arrests during the country’s largest protests in nearly a decade after at least three demonstrators died in a notorious Tehran jail.

Two members of the Iranian parliament close to the reformist camp confirmed on Monday that one detainee, Sina Ghanbari, had died in Evin prison.

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Climate Change May Have Helped Spark Iran’s Protests

One of Iran’s biggest economic challenges has been a cycle of extreme droughts that began in the 1990s

The impacts of climate change are among the environmental challenges facing Iran that helped spark protests in dozens of cities across the Islamic republic.

At least 20 people have died in the uprising, driven by the sudden collapse of financial institutions, low wages and mistrust of national leaders. Rising temperatures are seen by some experts as an underlying condition for the economic hardships that led to the unrest.

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