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Rush Limbaugh to Harvey Weinstein: Hire Hillary Clinton — ‘The CEO of Bimbo Eruptions’


Friday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh recommended embattled Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, currently under fire for allegations of sexual harassment, hire 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as a crisis manager.

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Republicans Praise Iran Decision: ‘Trump Has Given Iran a Wake-Up Call’

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Republicans in the Senate and House praised President Trump’s decision on Friday to decertify the Iran nuclear deal and allow Congress to take on the matter.

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President Trump Suspends Obamacare Subsidies


President Donald Trump suspended the cost-sharing reduction payments as part of a strategy to dismantle Obamacare.

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Meadows Fires Up Values Voter Summit: Tells People to ‘Eject’ Members of Congress Who Won’t Push ‘America First’


In a Friday address to hundreds of enthusiastic Values Voter Summit participants, Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows equated some members of Congress to “dud” shotgun shells, declaring that those who don’t get behind President Donald Trump’s “America First” agenda should be sent home.

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Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen Declare Support for Trump’s Iran Strategy

Trump sounds like he won't certify Iran's nuclear deal compliance come the next deadline on Oct.15. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
The governments of Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Yemen quickly expressed support for President Trump’s tough new approach to Iran.

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Iranian Commander Vows Revenge: ‘We Have Buried Many Like Trump’

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Iran’s response to President Trump’s decertification of the nuclear deal, teased all week and finally made official on Friday, includes a mixture of belligerent rhetoric, ominous threats, and uncertainty about whether the deal can survive.

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Mark Plotkin: Steve Bannon Is the Democrats’ ‘Unlikely New Friend’


Mark Plotkin argues that Democrats will regain control of the Senate if Steve Bannon follows through on his efforts to primary and defeat incumbent Republican establishment Senators with a slate of insurgent conservative candidates who adhere to the populist and economic nationalist issues that got Trump elected in 2016.

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Steve King: Trump Decertifying Iran Deal a ‘First Step’ – ‘Puts Us In a Place’ Where We Can Scrap the Deal

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On Friday’s broadcast of Fox News Radio’s “Tom Shillue Show,” Representative Steve King (R-IA) argued President Trump’s decertification of the Iran nuclear deal is a “strong” action that puts Congress in position to shelve the deal altogether. King said Trump’s decision is a “strong move” that “isn’t the full move to tear up the deal, which I’m willing to do.” He added that the move puts Congress in a position where the Iranian deal can be scrapped altogether and is a “first step.” King also commented on DACA, stating that he wished DACA had been rescinded on Inauguration Day and expressed displeasure with reports that the president “maybe doesn’t really mean it” on rescinding DACA. He further stated he didn’t understand how the president’s heart ended up overruling his head. Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Watch: Netanyahu Congratulates Trump on ‘Courageous’ Iran Deal Decision

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu applauded US President Donald Trump on Friday evening for deciding not to recertify the nuclear deal with Iran, which he has been openly opposing since its inception in 2015.

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Rush Limbaugh to Harvey Weinstein: Hire Hillary Clinton — ‘The CEO of Bimbo Eruptions’

Friday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh recommended embattled Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, currently under fire for allegations of sexual harassment, hire 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as a crisis manager.

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Republicans Praise Iran Decision: ‘Trump Has Given Iran a Wake-Up Call’

Republicans in the Senate and House praised President Trump’s decision on Friday to decertify the Iran nuclear deal and allow Congress to take on the matter.

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President Trump Suspends Obamacare Subsidies

President Donald Trump suspended the cost-sharing reduction payments as part of a strategy to dismantle Obamacare.

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Meadows Fires Up Values Voter Summit: Tells People to ‘Eject’ Members of Congress Who Won’t Push ‘America First’

In a Friday address to hundreds of enthusiastic Values Voter Summit participants, Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows equated some members of Congress to “dud” shotgun shells, declaring that those who don’t get behind President Donald Trump’s “America First” agenda should be sent home.

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Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen Declare Support for Trump’s Iran Strategy

The governments of Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Yemen quickly expressed support for President Trump’s tough new approach to Iran.

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Iranian Commander Vows Revenge: ‘We Have Buried Many Like Trump’

Iran’s response to President Trump’s decertification of the nuclear deal, teased all week and finally made official on Friday, includes a mixture of belligerent rhetoric, ominous threats, and uncertainty about whether the deal can survive.

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Mark Plotkin: Steve Bannon Is the Democrats’ ‘Unlikely New Friend’

Mark Plotkin argues that Democrats will regain control of the Senate if Steve Bannon follows through on his efforts to primary and defeat incumbent Republican establishment Senators with a slate of insurgent conservative candidates who adhere to the populist and economic nationalist issues that got Trump elected in 2016.

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Steve King: Trump Decertifying Iran Deal a ‘First Step’ – ‘Puts Us In a Place’ Where We Can Scrap the Deal

On Friday’s broadcast of Fox News Radio’s “Tom Shillue Show,” Representative Steve King (R-IA) argued President Trump’s decertification of the Iran nuclear deal is a “strong” action that puts Congress in position to shelve the deal altogether. King said Trump’s decision is a “strong move” that “isn’t the full move to tear up the deal, which I’m willing to do.” He added that the move puts Congress in a position where the Iranian deal can be scrapped altogether and is a “first step.” King also commented on DACA, stating that he wished DACA had been rescinded on Inauguration Day and expressed displeasure with reports that the president “maybe doesn’t really mean it” on rescinding DACA. He further stated he didn’t understand how the president’s heart ended up overruling his head. Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Watch: Netanyahu Congratulates Trump on ‘Courageous’ Iran Deal Decision

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu applauded US President Donald Trump on Friday evening for deciding not to recertify the nuclear deal with Iran, which he has been openly opposing since its inception in 2015.

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