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Geraldo Rivera, the always flamboyant television personality, has once again landed in hot water, not for his usual antics, but for his bold comments on former President Donald Trump’s ongoing trial in New York. In a surprising turn of events, Rivera’s stance has found unlikely support among those who typically oppose him. Taking to X, Rivera lambasted Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s approach to the high-profile case against Trump. “Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg has grossly inflated the criminal liability facing Donald Trump,” Rivera asserted. “At worst this should be a single misdemeanor, not 34 felonies. Each document does not amount…

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CNN’s latest coverage on the presidential race is igniting a media frenzy, reminiscent of a five-alarm fire sweeping through the heart of newsrooms. Just hours after veteran host Fareed Zakaria implored President Joe Biden on his Sunday show to “turn things around,” the network’s analyst Harry Enten delivered a bombshell. The newest NYT/Sienna poll numbers are in, and they paint a grim picture for the Democratic incumbent: trailing former President Donald Trump in pivotal swing states destined to tip the scales in 2024. Trump has amassed a commanding 9% lead in Georgia, a critical battleground that previously witnessed disputed election…

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Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) made a shocking announcement back in April 2023 when she revealed her Parkinson’s disease diagnosis. But just months later, the news took a grim turn as her doctors upgraded her condition to progressive supranuclear palsy, a far more aggressive disorder that rapidly deteriorates movement, balance, and speech. Wexton had high hopes of nailing a third congressional term, but her worsening health prompted her to announce she’s stepping away from politics at the end of the year. “Cognitively, I’m the person I’ve always been,” the 55-year-old representative told PEOPLE. “But there are things that it takes me…

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Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is back under fire as Republicans in the House are gearing up for another censure resolution following her recent anti-Semitic remarks. The resolution, introduced by Rep. Don Bacon (R-NE), was sparked by Omar’s comments at Columbia University, where she labeled Jewish students as “pro-genocide.” Omar, one of the first Muslim women to serve in Congress, has drawn ire for her rhetoric regarding Israel and the Jewish community. Bacon’s resolution seeks to reprimand her for her “recent hateful comments and history of antisemitism.” “She is perpetuating and increasing antisemitism in our country,” Bacon declared after filing the…

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is under fire after claiming that New York City’s roads and bridges were deliberately designed to be racist. She particularly called out renowned urban planner Robert Moses, accusing him of engineering the city’s infrastructure to “disconnect, disempower, and isolate people” – with a focus on communities like her own in the Bronx. “There is a psychic weight to living in communities that are designed to be disconnected. It affects your social life,” Ocasio-Cortez stated. “My neighborhood that I’m from in the Bronx, in Parkchester, we have some of the longest commutes in all of New York…

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President Joe Biden’s latest teleprompter stumble set the internet ablaze on Wednesday after he blurted out a bizarre line while talking about a former theology professor. The slip-up occurred as Biden shared memories from his Catholic school days, only to find himself tripping over himself once again. “My theology professor at the Catholic school I went to was a guy named Riley Last Name,” he said, apparently reading “last name” directly from the teleprompter instead of revealing the individual’s actual surname. The gaffe quickly became a talking point online, fueling a chorus of criticism over a familiar pattern in Biden’s…

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President Joe Biden’s State of the Union “bounce” in the polls has vanished. Any gains the Democrat made in recent months, thanks to a semi-lucid national address, have been blown to smithereens by fresh polling data that reveals he’s sinking even further against former President Donald Trump in a hypothetical general election showdown. A new Rasmussen poll released Friday shows Biden lagging behind Trump by a jaw-dropping 10 points. The poll had respondents picking between three candidates, and they sided with Trump over Biden, 46% to 36%, while independent contender Robert F. Kennedy Jr. claimed 9%. Another 4% said they…

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The political thermostat is soaring as former President Donald Trump zeroes in on his Vice Presidential pick, with the Republican elite convening this weekend at the RNC’s swanky spring donor retreat in Palm Beach. The spotlight is on four top contenders: North Dakota’s Governor Doug Burgum, Florida’s Senator Marco Rubio, Ohio’s Senator J.D. Vance, and South Carolina’s Senator Tim Scott. The high-stakes gathering at Mar-a-Lago might just be the perfect stage for these hopefuls to strut their stuff. Governor Doug Burgum of North Dakota, somewhat of a dark horse, boasts a resume filled with business savvy and a sterling record…

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Fox News has abruptly pulled “The Trial of Hunter Biden” from its streaming service, Fox Nation, following a stern warning from Hunter Biden’s legal team. The legal threat highlighted the inclusion of sexually explicit images that might contravene state revenge porn laws, putting the network in hot water. Initially hitting screens in October 2022, the series faced its curtain call just one day after Hunter Biden’s lawyers went public with their grievances. Biden has lobbed serious accusations at the network, including defamation. “This program was produced in and has been available since 2022. We are reviewing the concerns that have…

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In a deliciously ironic scene that only the raucous arena of politics could serve up, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the fiery Democrat from New York known for her progressive stances and social media savvy, found herself swamped by the very brand of public pressure she so heartily champions. AOC, a vocal proponent of stirring the pot via public demonstrations, unexpectedly became the spectacle herself. The drama unfolded on a Brooklyn sidewalk in March during what was supposed to be a low-key movie night with her fiancé, Riley Roberts. Although initially overlooked by the major news outlets, freshly surfaced video footage captured…

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In what spells trouble for President Joe Biden’s 2024 reelection ambitions, the U.S. economy has delivered a less-than-promising performance, according to the latest GDP figures. These numbers have fallen considerably short of expectations, stirring memories of the dreaded 1970s stagflation, and compounding worries about a potential economic downturn under Biden’s watch. The GDP growth, anticipated to hit 2.4%, has instead staggered to a meager 1.6% rise. This disheartening update surfaces as inflation continues its relentless climb, putting additional pressure on the Biden administration’s attempts to steer the economy toward stability. Fox News Business experts have highlighted the concerning mix of…

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The co-hosts of “The View” completely lost their composure this month, following remarks made by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in a Fox News interview. In an eye-opening turn of events, “The Rock” withdrew his previous support for President Joe Biden early this April. He confessed to Fox, “Am I happy about the state of America right now? Well, that answer is no. The endorsement that I made years ago with Biden was one I thought was the best decision for me at that time. I’m in this position where I have some influence and it’s my job then… to exercise…

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In the heart of Manhattan, the drama of former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial reached a fever pitch as Judge Juan Merchan seemed to lose his composure under the high stakes. Amidst a charged atmosphere, Trump’s legal team faced off against a visibly frustrated judge, portraying a courtroom drama that critics might say borders on bias. The air was thick with anticipation as Judge Merchan harshly critiqued Trump’s defense attorney, Todd Blanche, calling his arguments “silly” and suggesting that they were undermining their own credibility. The central issue was a gag order, purportedly to keep the trial fair, but…

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In a bombshell prediction that could blow the high-stakes trial against former President Donald Trump wide open, MSNBC’s own legal eagle, Danny Cevallos, threw down a shocking forecast Monday on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s courtroom brawl. Doubling down as both an attorney and a columnist for the liberal powerhouse network, Cevallos gave the “Morning Joe” audience a heads-up about potential juror dropouts—a scenario that might prematurely derail the proceedings. He pointed to a troubling trend observed during the initial phase of juror selection, suggesting that Judge Juan Merchan might struggle to keep a competent, unbiased jury in place for…

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House Republicans are taking a stand against liberal bias at National Public Radio (NPR) by introducing a bill aimed at cutting off the public funding spigot. In a bold move reported by The Daily Caller, Representative Jim Banks (R-IN) is spearheading the charge with new legislation designed to completely eliminate NPR’s access to taxpayer dollars, traditionally provided through federal entities like the Center for Public Broadcasting, the Department of Education, and the Department of Commerce. Despite the fact that direct federal funding constitutes less than 1% of NPR’s total budget, when combined with indirect support from various governmental levels, this…

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Trouble doesn’t stray far from the family tree, and it looks like Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-MN) offspring is no exception. Barnard College has put the kibosh on three students, including Omar’s daughter, for setting up an unauthorized pro-Palestine shindig right on Columbia University’s turf. These rebels without a cause—Maryam Iqbal, Soph Askanase, and the notorious Isra Hirsi (yep, that’s Omar’s kid)—were slapped with suspensions handed down via a no-nonsense email from Dean Leslie Grinage. The trio’s so-called “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” didn’t sit well with the brass, especially after ignoring several warnings to cut it out. Remember last year when mama…

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It was a no-holds-barred slugfest on NewsNation this week as Rosie O’Donnell, the firebrand comedian and former actress, went toe-to-toe with Bill O’Reilly, leaving no stone unturned in her critique of former President Donald Trump. The sparks flew during a fiery debate with Chris Cuomo, where O’Donnell vehemently denied she was out to demonize Trump, despite her sharp criticisms. The verbal fireworks erupted as O’Donnell and O’Reilly duked it out over her past comments and her call for “unity” after the recent election turmoil. Known for her liberal stance, O’Donnell has been a consistent thorn in Trump’s side since his…

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