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President Trump Asked to Pardon Former Border Patrol Agents Ramos, Compean

Jose Compean and Ignacio Ramos
U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter (R-CA) penned a letter to President Donald Trump this week asking him to grant a pardon to former U.S. Border Patrol Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean. The two agents were prosecuted and convicted under the administration of then-President George W. Bush after shooting a fleeing drug-smuggling illegal alien.

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Two Previously Deported MS-13 Gang Members, Child Rapist Arrested at Border


Border Patrol agents arrested two previously-deported MS-13 gang members and a convicted child rapist after they illegally snuck across the Arizona border. The arrests occurred in three separate smuggling attempts.

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Donald Trump Promises to Work with Democrats for More Puerto Rico Assistance

National Guardsmen arrive at Barrio Obrero in Santurce to distribute water and food among those affected by the passage of Hurricane Maria, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017. Puerto Rico's nonvoting representative in the U.S. Congress said Sunday that Hurricane Maria's destruction has set the island back decades, even as authorities worked to assess the extent of the damage. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti)
President Donald Trump signaled that he would work with Democrats to provide more assistance to Puerto Rico after the island was devastated by Hurricane Maria.

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Donald Trump Rips ‘Fake News’ CNN and San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz for Puerto Rico Criticism


President Trump appeared angry by San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz’s dramatic accusations, especially after they were used by his critics to accuse him of failing Puerto Rico.

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Maher: We Should Tell Trump ‘There Are Lots of Black People Kneeling in Puerto Rico’ So He’ll Focus on That

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On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher suggested telling President Trump black people are kneeling in Puerto Rico so he’ll focus on that. Maher began his opening monologue by taking a knee. He then stated, “Donald Trump is now officially the drunk at the end of the bar, b*tching about football.” He continued, “And you know, this is the world that we live in now, the stupidest a**hole alive says something ignorant every three days, and we have to debate it. ‘Uh, this just in, the president has tweeted that dogs are gay and Chinese people spit in the laundry. Discuss, America.’” Maher also said that OJ Simpson is a football player that Trump likes because he didn’t take a knee, just a “couple of heads, but never a knee.” He further suggested that we should tell Trump that “there are lots of black people kneeling in Puerto Rico, maybe he’ll get focused on that.” He added Trump will “get on it as soon as he finds out that they speak Spanish and can come here anytime they like.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Trump ‘Very Happy’ NFL Players Are Standing Again for National Anthem

Members of the Chicago Bears link arms during the singing of the national anthem before the game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on September 28, 2017 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
“I was told – I didn’t see it, but I heard – that everybody stood for the national anthem,” Trump said.

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ESPN Misrepresents Results from Their Own Poll Which Shows That Fans Are Sick of Anthem Protests

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The basic math of this story is easy to follow: ESPN conducts a poll on anthem protests, ESPN doesn’t like results of the poll on anthem protests, therefore ESPN deliberately misrepresents the results from the poll on anthem protests.

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Potential Felony: Alabama Ethics Commission Could Find ‘Probable Cause’ Luther Strange Violated Campaign Laws

Newly appointed Alabama Sen. Luther Strange speaks to the media during a press conference, Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017, in Montgomery, Ala. Gov. Robert Bentley named Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange to fill the U.S. Senate vacated by new U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
The highly politicized Alabama Ethics Commission could find “probable cause” against Senator Luther Strange (R-AL) in a complaint filed by Secretary of State John Merrill that Strange violated Alabama campaign laws, sources tell Breitbart News.

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Mark Meadows Comes Out Swinging: ‘Judge Roy Moore Has a Backbone of Steel’

Controversial Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore speaks at a rally of conservative Texas legislators opposing gay marriage at a Texas Capitol rally Monday. Moore has told Alabama judges to ignore a recent federal court ruling allowing gay marriage in the state. (Photo by Robert Daemmrich Photography Inc/Corbis via Getty Images)
House Freedom Caucus chairman, Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), joined Breitbart News Sunday live from Alabama to discuss his support of former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore for U.S. Senate.

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President Trump Asked to Pardon Former Border Patrol Agents Ramos, Compean

U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter (R-CA) penned a letter to President Donald Trump this week asking him to grant a pardon to former U.S. Border Patrol Agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean. The two agents were prosecuted and convicted under the administration of then-President George W. Bush after shooting a fleeing drug-smuggling illegal alien.

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Two Previously Deported MS-13 Gang Members, Child Rapist Arrested at Border

Border Patrol agents arrested two previously-deported MS-13 gang members and a convicted child rapist after they illegally snuck across the Arizona border. The arrests occurred in three separate smuggling attempts.

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Donald Trump Promises to Work with Democrats for More Puerto Rico Assistance

President Donald Trump signaled that he would work with Democrats to provide more assistance to Puerto Rico after the island was devastated by Hurricane Maria.

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Donald Trump Rips ‘Fake News’ CNN and San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz for Puerto Rico Criticism

President Trump appeared angry by San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz’s dramatic accusations, especially after they were used by his critics to accuse him of failing Puerto Rico.

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Maher: We Should Tell Trump ‘There Are Lots of Black People Kneeling in Puerto Rico’ So He’ll Focus on That

On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher suggested telling President Trump black people are kneeling in Puerto Rico so he’ll focus on that. Maher began his opening monologue by taking a knee. He then stated, “Donald Trump is now officially the drunk at the end of the bar, b*tching about football.” He continued, “And you know, this is the world that we live in now, the stupidest a**hole alive says something ignorant every three days, and we have to debate it. ‘Uh, this just in, the president has tweeted that dogs are gay and Chinese people spit in the laundry. Discuss, America.’” Maher also said that OJ Simpson is a football player that Trump likes because he didn’t take a knee, just a “couple of heads, but never a knee.” He further suggested that we should tell Trump that “there are lots of black people kneeling in Puerto Rico, maybe he’ll get focused on that.” He added Trump will “get on it as soon as he finds out that they speak Spanish and can come here anytime they like.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Trump ‘Very Happy’ NFL Players Are Standing Again for National Anthem

“I was told – I didn’t see it, but I heard – that everybody stood for the national anthem,” Trump said.

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ESPN Misrepresents Results from Their Own Poll Which Shows That Fans Are Sick of Anthem Protests

The basic math of this story is easy to follow: ESPN conducts a poll on anthem protests, ESPN doesn’t like results of the poll on anthem protests, therefore ESPN deliberately misrepresents the results from the poll on anthem protests.

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Potential Felony: Alabama Ethics Commission Could Find ‘Probable Cause’ Luther Strange Violated Campaign Laws

The highly politicized Alabama Ethics Commission could find “probable cause” against Senator Luther Strange (R-AL) in a complaint filed by Secretary of State John Merrill that Strange violated Alabama campaign laws, sources tell Breitbart News.

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Mark Meadows Comes Out Swinging: ‘Judge Roy Moore Has a Backbone of Steel’

House Freedom Caucus chairman, Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), joined Breitbart News Sunday live from Alabama to discuss his support of former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore for U.S. Senate.

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