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President Donald Trump sits with Joshua Holt, who was recently released from a prison in Venezuela, in the Oval Office of the White House, Saturday, May 26, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Trump inherits Reagan's wind

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No president from either party over the past three decades has earned the inheritance of Ronald Reagan on the world stage quite like President Trump has.

What Obama and his political Choom Gang did is far worse than Watergate

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At the end of all the scandal and drama, all of the breathlessly reported lies and false accusations, at the end of all the money wasted on some zany kabuki swamp dance choreographed to the thrumming of giant bullfrogs and yipping of excited coyotes — at the end of all of this — it comes down to precisely what we said it was a year and a half ago.

Former U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry attends the Security Conference in Munich, Germany, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (Sven Hoppe/dpa via AP) ** FILE **

Throw John Kerry in jail

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Once again, America finds John McCain heroically fighting for his life, this time against cancer. Perhaps inspired by such heroism, John Kerry has dusted off his old turncoat from his French closet and is turning traitor against the United States again.

Then-FBI Director James Comey testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 3, 2017. Mr. Comey is blasting President Donald Trump as unethical and "untethered to truth" and his leadership of the country as "ego driven and about personal loyalty." Comey's comments come in a new book in which he casts Trump as a mafia boss-like figure who sought to blur the line between law enforcement and politics and tried to pressure him regarding the investigation into Russian election interference. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

'Slimeball' versus Stormy Daniels

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Call it a pole-dancing standoff between the Siren Stripper and the Leakin' Lyin' Nasty Giraffe, code-named "Slimeball" by the highest levels of the United States government.

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Facebook's Big Dork vs. Congress' Dearth Panels

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Every single one of these people in Congress expressing shock and condemnation over Facebook's sale of persuasion power to political entities already knew exactly what Facebook has been up to for years. Because each and every one of them has used those very tactics to get elected.

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An Easter life lesson in parenting

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This trap set long before Trump won

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Outgoing White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, one of President Trump's closest aides, arrives to meet with the House Intelligence Committee. (Associated Press)

Hope Hicks and the truth of little white lies

- The Washington Times

Hope Hicks has more integrity and is far more honest than any of the lying politicians on the House "intelligence" committee who grilled her for nine hours this week about whether she has ever lied on behalf of her boss, the president of the United States.

In this Feb. 27, 2018 photo, White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, one of President Trump's closest aides and advisers, arrives to meet behind closed doors with the House Intelligence Committee, at the Capitol in Washington. Hicks, one of President Donald Trump's most loyal aides, is resigning. In a statement, the president praises Hicks for her work over the last three years. He says he "will miss having her by my side." The news comes a day after Hicks was interviewed for nine hours by the panel investigating Russia interference in the 2016 election and contact between Trump's campaign and Russia. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Hope Hicks and the truth of little white lies

- The Washington Times

Hope Hicks has more integrity and is far more honest than any of the lying politicians on the House "Intelligence" Committee who grilled her for nine hours this week about whether she has ever lied on behalf of her boss, the president of the United States.