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FNC’s Wallace: ‘Awful Lot’ of Republicans Think a Government Shutdown Before Midterms Is a ‘Terrible Idea’

Friday on Fox News, host Chris Wallace weighed in on President Donald Trump saying he would “personally prefer” a shut down of the government before the midterm elections in November last night at a rally in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Wallace said, “It’s been interesting to watch his sort of stream of consciousness because he’s been very open in the various arguments for and against this. He thinks one, it’s a good issue and brings out the base. He also thinks—and that means doing it before the election around September 30 when the government would run out of money. And he also thinks that it will put more pressure on Democrats because it will be a big issue and they will be asked about it.” He added, “On the other hand there are an awful lot of the Republicans—remember he is not on the ballot in November, it’s congressional Republicans in Senate and House on the ballot—they think it’s a terrible idea, given all his threats, that he will be blamed and seen as the person who led to the shutdown of the government. Generally speaking, in the polls you see that the American public does not like the idea of a shutdown and tends to

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Dinesh D’Souza: ‘Bigotry’ Is ‘Unifying Glue’ for ‘Progressives and the Democratic Party’

Filmmaker and author Dinesh D’Souza described “bigotry” as a “unifying glue” for “progressives and the Democratic Party” during an interview with Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on Friday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily.

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Report: Amazon Facial Recognition Tools Mistakenly Identifies Criminals as Celebrities

According to a recent report, Amazon’s facial recognition tool has mistakenly identified criminals on the FBI’s Most Wanted List as famous celebrities.

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Amazon Cuts Its UK Taxes in Half as Profits Triple

According to a disclosure filed this week, Amazon paid less than £4.6 million on taxes in the United Kingdom last year — dropping by almost half from 2016 — even as profits in the country tripled.

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Trump’s ‘Hire American’ Economy Secures Record Low Unemployment for High School Dropouts

President Trump’s “hire American” economy has secured record low unemployment for the country’s most vulnerable workers: High school dropouts.

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Bokhari: Facebook’s ‘Inauthentic Accounts’ Crackdown Blow To Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theory

If Facebook was trying to sabotage the Democrat-pushed Trump-Russia collusion narrative this week, it did a great job.

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FBI Fully Redacts All but a Handful of Documents on Christopher Steele

The FBI has released 71 pages of information detailing the agency’s relationship with former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele.

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Mnangagwa Declared Winner in Zimbabwe, Opposition Calls Election ‘Coup’

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission released the results of the presidential election late on Thursday and declared incumbent interim President Emmerson Mnangagwa the winner by just enough to avoid a runoff against challenger Nelson Chamisa. Chamisa’s Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party immediately rejected the results as “fraudulent” and accused Mnangagwa of staging a “coup.”

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Iran Economic Protests Hit Tehran as Rioters Call for Mullahs to ‘Get Lost’

The widespread economic protests that struck major Iranian cities at the beginning of this week, following protests beginning on December 28 over the Islamic Republic’s foreign adventurism, finally reached Iran’s capital city Tehran on Thursday.

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FNC’s Wallace: ‘Awful Lot’ of Republicans Think a Government Shutdown Before Midterms Is a ‘Terrible Idea’

Friday on Fox News, host Chris Wallace weighed in on President Donald Trump saying he would “personally prefer” a shut down of the government before the midterm elections in November last night at a rally in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Wallace said, “It’s been interesting to watch his sort of stream of consciousness because he’s been very open in the various arguments for and against this. He thinks one, it’s a good issue and brings out the base. He also thinks—and that means doing it before the election around September 30 when the government would run out of money. And he also thinks that it will put more pressure on Democrats because it will be a big issue and they will be asked about it.” He added, “On the other hand there are an awful lot of the Republicans—remember he is not on the ballot in November, it’s congressional Republicans in Senate and House on the ballot—they think it’s a terrible idea, given all his threats, that he will be blamed and seen as the person who led to the shutdown of the government. Generally speaking, in the polls you see that the American public does not like the idea of a shutdown and tends to

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Dinesh D’Souza: ‘Bigotry’ Is ‘Unifying Glue’ for ‘Progressives and the Democratic Party’

Filmmaker and author Dinesh D’Souza described “bigotry” as a “unifying glue” for “progressives and the Democratic Party” during an interview with Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on Friday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily.

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Report: Amazon Facial Recognition Tools Mistakenly Identifies Criminals as Celebrities

According to a recent report, Amazon’s facial recognition tool has mistakenly identified criminals on the FBI’s Most Wanted List as famous celebrities.

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Amazon Cuts Its UK Taxes in Half as Profits Triple

According to a disclosure filed this week, Amazon paid less than £4.6 million on taxes in the United Kingdom last year — dropping by almost half from 2016 — even as profits in the country tripled.

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Trump’s ‘Hire American’ Economy Secures Record Low Unemployment for High School Dropouts

President Trump’s “hire American” economy has secured record low unemployment for the country’s most vulnerable workers: High school dropouts.

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Bokhari: Facebook’s ‘Inauthentic Accounts’ Crackdown Blow To Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theory

If Facebook was trying to sabotage the Democrat-pushed Trump-Russia collusion narrative this week, it did a great job.

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FBI Fully Redacts All but a Handful of Documents on Christopher Steele

The FBI has released 71 pages of information detailing the agency’s relationship with former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele.

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Mnangagwa Declared Winner in Zimbabwe, Opposition Calls Election ‘Coup’

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission released the results of the presidential election late on Thursday and declared incumbent interim President Emmerson Mnangagwa the winner by just enough to avoid a runoff against challenger Nelson Chamisa. Chamisa’s Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party immediately rejected the results as “fraudulent” and accused Mnangagwa of staging a “coup.”

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Iran Economic Protests Hit Tehran as Rioters Call for Mullahs to ‘Get Lost’

The widespread economic protests that struck major Iranian cities at the beginning of this week, following protests beginning on December 28 over the Islamic Republic’s foreign adventurism, finally reached Iran’s capital city Tehran on Thursday.

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