McCain: ‘Trump Never Apologized To Me For…’

The 2008 Republican presidential candidate and President Trump have had a really bad relationship since President Trump’s statement in Ames, Iowa, in July 2015 about McCain, stating that he cannot be considered a war hero, because he was “captured” by the enemies. Since that moment relations between them became irreparable — which became clear when the six-term representative conveyed the sensational final knockout to the president’s attempts to cancel the Affordable Care Act in July. Discussing their issues, McCain, child and grandson of Navy chief officers, stated that Trump, child…

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POLL – CLICK TO VOTE: Do You Still Support President Trump After Everything That Happened?

NOTE: THE POLL IS LOCATED AT THE END OF THIS POST!! DON’T FORGET TO VOTE! During Friday’s Weekly Address, President Donald Trump declared Democrats  ‘don’t want to cut your taxes, they want to actually raise your taxes, and raise them very substantially.’ Here’s exactly what he announced, its a transcript as follows, “My Fellow Americans, All American hearts are united with the people of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands who have faced terrible devastation in the wake of two catastrophic hurricanes. We are working night and day in cooperation…

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Montel Williams Talked About NFL Protests: ‘Our Nation Still Thinks That Black Man Should Stay Quiet And…’

This friday on CNN’s “Newsroom,” while talking about President Donald Trump’s feedback of NFL players for taking a knee amid the national song at football matches, TV character Montel Williams said some “still think black men should stay quiet, acknowledge what you get and keep your mouth closed.” Williams stated, “This has nothing to do with affronting the flag. It has to do with the way that in some routes in this nation regardless we assume black men should stay quiet, acknowledge what you get, and keep your mouth closed.…

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Terry Bradshaw: Trump Doesn’t Seem To Understand That Each American… (Video)

On the latest broadcast of “Fox NFL Sunday,” host and previous Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw talked about President Donald Trump’s critics about NFL players for kneeling amid the national anthem. Bradshaw stated, “It’s hard to believe I’m going to say something about the most powerful man in the greatest country in the world. I was somewhat surprised that the president came out attacking NFL players for them exercising the freedom of speech. While I don’t condone the protest during our national anthem, this is America. If our country stands…

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