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During Wellesley Speech, Hillary Implicitly Compares Trump With Nixon!

  Hillary returned to Wellesley, where she gave the first student speech to graduating students in 1969. In a graduation speech, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tried to make a connection between former President Nixon and President Trump. The connection? Hillary implied that President Nixon was impeached and tries to suggest that President Trump also needs to be impeached. The problem? President Nixon was never impeached. The Irony? She chose to ignore the fact that her husband, Bill Clinton, was impeached! Fox News reported: Without naming Trump by name, she implicitly compared him to former…

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Confirmed: Sen. Tim Kaine’s Son Faces Criminal Charges For Attack At Pro-Trump Rally!

Tim Kaine’s son was arrested in connection with violence at a pro-Trump rally. Sen Tim Kaine’s son  (that would be the son of Hillary Clinton’s running mate), now he’s facing criminal charges in court.   The New York Post reports: Tim Kaine’s kid hit with criminal charges after disrupting pro-Trump rally The son of former vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine will face criminal charges for his role in a violent smoke bomb-fueled riot that broke out at a pro-Trump rally, according to a report Friday. Linwood Michael Kaine, 24, of Minneapolis, Minnesota —…

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Breaking News: Federal Prosecutor Investigating Fraud Mysteriously Found Dead!

The body of a respected federal prosecutor in Miami, Beranton Whisenant Jr., washed up on a Hollywood, Florida beach earlier this week, and the circumstances around his death remain a mystery. Authorities in Florida claim that Whisenant suffered head trauma. His body was found washed up on a beach by a passerby on Wednesday morning, who then alerted police officials. Whisenant, 37, was married and a father of three, who served in the major crimes unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami since January, and handled visa and passport fraud cases,…

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