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Watch: Alabama Trump Rallygoers, Anti-Trump Protesters Mix It Up After Event


HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — If President Donald Trump’s ability to draw a crowd in Alabama is a constant, the protesters that show to voice their grievances against the president is another. Friday night outside the Rocket City’s Von Braun Center wasn’t any different. A few hundred showed to demonstrate the Friday night appearance by the commander-in-chief to stump for Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL), who is facing former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore in a runoff election for the Republican Party’s nod for a U.S. Senate special election. As attendees were departing the Von Braun Center, some tense situations developed between those attendees and the protesters. Protesters chanted “this is what democracy looks like” and rallygoers counter-chanted “get a job.” Law enforcement had to get involved at one point. Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor

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Sarah Palin: Big Luther Got His Senate Seat from Corrupt ‘Quid Pro Quo’ – ‘an Old Eskimo Term for That Which Fertilizes the Swamp’


Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin blasted U.S. Senator Luther Strange for his appointment to his temporary Senate seat by former Alabama Governor Robert Bentley. The appointment by Bentley, who later resigned over an ethics scandal, has been under scrutiny since Strange, then-state attorney general, oversaw the Bentley investigation.

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Trump Claims Luther Strange Does Not Know Mitch McConnell, Despite Campaign Getting Millions from Him


During a rally in support of Luther Strange’s election campaign, President Donald Trump attempted to distance any relationship between Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Strange despite McConnell-linked money streaming into the race and a report that McConnell handpicked Strange for the seat.

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Gorka: Roy Moore Victory Strengthens Trump — McConnell-Backed SLF’s Steven Law a ‘Yellow Belly’


Friday on Fox News Channel’s “Special Report,” former Trump deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka argued for the candidacy of former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, who is up against Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) in a GOP primary runoff for U.S. Senate special election. Gorka noted that Steven Law, the president and CEO of the Senate Leadership Fund, a super PAC backed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) that has invested heavily in the Alabama Senate race, had gotten a “yellow belly” by refusing to appear with Gorka on the Fox News Channel program. That he said was indicative of the so-called establishment’s fear of a Moore victory next week. “I’m supporting his agenda,” Gorka said. “This isn’t about who the president has endorsed with great pressure from Mitch McConnell. And let’s be accurate about what happened tonight – I was told Steve Law, who runs Mitch McConnell’s PAC for this race actually accepted [an invitation] to come on this show and when he heard I was coming on, he got a yellow belly and just ran. So, that tells you the establishment is afraid of the president’s agenda winning in Alabama on Tuesday.” Host Bret Baier asked Gorka about

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Los Zetas Cartel Stockpiling Weapons near Texas Border


Members of the Los Zetas cartel continue their efforts to stockpile weapons near the Texas border. In the most recent failed attempt, authorities seized numerous assault rifles and body armor. Officials made the seizure when members of the cartel hunting police unit Fuerza Coahuila found a weapons cache hidden along a dirt road by the waters of the Rio Grande border with Texas.

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Texas Fights Open Borders Advocates on Sanctuary City Ban


Texas took its fight for the State’s new anti-sanctuary jurisdiction ban to the appellate courts. A judge appointed by then-President Bill Clinton blocked the law’s prohibition on ignoring U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainers and provisions that address policies that “materially limit” the enforcement of federal immigration laws.

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Texas Deputies Seize $10 Million in Cocaine in Two Traffic Stops


Two Texas sheriff’s deputies in central Texas seized more than $10 million in cocaine in two traffic stops on consecutive days. The drug interdiction team for Fayette County regularly find major drug shipments along the busy Interstate 10 corridor between Houston and San Antonio.

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Germany’s Populist AfD Party Poised for Important Gains in Sunday Elections

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As Germany gears up for next Sunday’s federal elections, there is a growing fear among the nation’s elite establishment that the conservative AfD party will do considerably better than polls indicate.

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Merkel Makes Last Push to Reach Undecided Voters Ahead of Sunday’s Election

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BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel handed out coffee to campaign workers in Berlin, urging them to keep up the momentum in the final hours before the country votes.

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Watch: Alabama Trump Rallygoers, Anti-Trump Protesters Mix It Up After Event

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — If President Donald Trump’s ability to draw a crowd in Alabama is a constant, the protesters that show to voice their grievances against the president is another. Friday night outside the Rocket City’s Von Braun Center wasn’t any different. A few hundred showed to demonstrate the Friday night appearance by the commander-in-chief to stump for Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL), who is facing former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore in a runoff election for the Republican Party’s nod for a U.S. Senate special election. As attendees were departing the Von Braun Center, some tense situations developed between those attendees and the protesters. Protesters chanted “this is what democracy looks like” and rallygoers counter-chanted “get a job.” Law enforcement had to get involved at one point. Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor

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Sarah Palin: Big Luther Got His Senate Seat from Corrupt ‘Quid Pro Quo’ – ‘an Old Eskimo Term for That Which Fertilizes the Swamp’

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin blasted U.S. Senator Luther Strange for his appointment to his temporary Senate seat by former Alabama Governor Robert Bentley. The appointment by Bentley, who later resigned over an ethics scandal, has been under scrutiny since Strange, then-state attorney general, oversaw the Bentley investigation.

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Trump Claims Luther Strange Does Not Know Mitch McConnell, Despite Campaign Getting Millions from Him

During a rally in support of Luther Strange’s election campaign, President Donald Trump attempted to distance any relationship between Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Strange despite McConnell-linked money streaming into the race and a report that McConnell handpicked Strange for the seat.

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Gorka: Roy Moore Victory Strengthens Trump — McConnell-Backed SLF’s Steven Law a ‘Yellow Belly’

Friday on Fox News Channel’s “Special Report,” former Trump deputy assistant Sebastian Gorka argued for the candidacy of former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, who is up against Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) in a GOP primary runoff for U.S. Senate special election. Gorka noted that Steven Law, the president and CEO of the Senate Leadership Fund, a super PAC backed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) that has invested heavily in the Alabama Senate race, had gotten a “yellow belly” by refusing to appear with Gorka on the Fox News Channel program. That he said was indicative of the so-called establishment’s fear of a Moore victory next week. “I’m supporting his agenda,” Gorka said. “This isn’t about who the president has endorsed with great pressure from Mitch McConnell. And let’s be accurate about what happened tonight – I was told Steve Law, who runs Mitch McConnell’s PAC for this race actually accepted [an invitation] to come on this show and when he heard I was coming on, he got a yellow belly and just ran. So, that tells you the establishment is afraid of the president’s agenda winning in Alabama on Tuesday.” Host Bret Baier asked Gorka about

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Los Zetas Cartel Stockpiling Weapons near Texas Border

Members of the Los Zetas cartel continue their efforts to stockpile weapons near the Texas border. In the most recent failed attempt, authorities seized numerous assault rifles and body armor. Officials made the seizure when members of the cartel hunting police unit Fuerza Coahuila found a weapons cache hidden along a dirt road by the waters of the Rio Grande border with Texas.

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Texas Fights Open Borders Advocates on Sanctuary City Ban

Texas took its fight for the State’s new anti-sanctuary jurisdiction ban to the appellate courts. A judge appointed by then-President Bill Clinton blocked the law’s prohibition on ignoring U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainers and provisions that address policies that “materially limit” the enforcement of federal immigration laws.

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Texas Deputies Seize $10 Million in Cocaine in Two Traffic Stops

Two Texas sheriff’s deputies in central Texas seized more than $10 million in cocaine in two traffic stops on consecutive days. The drug interdiction team for Fayette County regularly find major drug shipments along the busy Interstate 10 corridor between Houston and San Antonio.

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Germany’s Populist AfD Party Poised for Important Gains in Sunday Elections

As Germany gears up for next Sunday’s federal elections, there is a growing fear among the nation’s elite establishment that the conservative AfD party will do considerably better than polls indicate.

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Merkel Makes Last Push to Reach Undecided Voters Ahead of Sunday’s Election

BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel handed out coffee to campaign workers in Berlin, urging them to keep up the momentum in the final hours before the country votes.

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