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There’s a New Law That Could Allow the President to Send Armed Secret Service Agents to Polling Places

Photo Credit: Andrew Cline / Shutterstock SECRET SERVICE PROTECTION AT POLLING PLACES.This territory shall not forestall any officer or agent of the United States Secret Service from providing armed protecting services certified under territory 3056 or pursuant to a Presidential chit at any place where a ubiquitous or special election …

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Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Is Fired 2 Days Before Retirement

WASHINGTON — Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe late Friday night—McCabe took over the group following President Trump’s banishment of executive James Comey. The news comes just two days before McCabe was set to retire and turn authorised for full grant benefits. Sunday is also …

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Michael Flynn refuses to residence how he has been ‘mistreated’ during California campaign event

Former inhabitant confidence confidant Michael Flynn pronounced at a campaign eventuality Friday that he would not dispute about how he’s been “mistreated” during his first open coming given he pleaded guilty to fibbing to the FBI about his Russian contacts. “Not here to complain about who has finished me wrong …

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Trump counsel Michael Cohen accuses Stormy Daniels of violating nondisclosure agreement 20 times: Report

President Trump’s personal counsel Michael Cohen has accused adult film star Stormy Daniels of violating a nondisclosure agreement she sealed 20 times — and argues he should collect at slightest $20 million in damages as a result. Cohen also aims to pierce the authorised brawl to a private arbitration so …

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