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Elizabeth Warren opens borders, offers plan to decriminalize immigration.

Elizabeth Warren on Thursday rolled out a plan to “decriminalize” immigration violations, welcome more refugees and focus enforcement on security threats, offering a pro-immigration vision in sharp contrast to President Donald Trump’s restrictive focus.
The Democratic presidential candidate said the Trump administration’s harsh treatment of asylum-seeking migrants — including the separation of undocumented children and parents at the border — was based on a law, known as Section 1325, that imposes criminal penalties for improperly entering the U.S. She called for repealing the provision and said she’d use executive power to reduce its enforcement as president.

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Trump expected to order citizen question added to the Census

“The White House will be hosting a very big and very important Social Media Summit today,” Trump tweeted. “Would I have become President without Social Media? Yes (probably)! At its conclusion, we will all go to the beautiful Rose Garden for a News Conference on the Census and Citizenship.”

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Pelosi says Trump is trying to ‘Make America White Again’ with citizenship question on Census

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday blasted President Trump’s push for a citizenship question on the 2020 census as an effort to “Make America White Again” — claiming, “it’s not what our founders had in mind.”

“They want to make sure that people, certain people, are counted,” Pelosi said at a press conference in San Francisco that focused on election security.

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Cheerio! Britain’s ambassador to the US resigns after Trump mocked him as ‘stupid’ and a ‘pompous fool’

Trump said Monday that he would retaliate against Darroch by ignoring him completely, as punishment for harsh language about him in secret cables leaked to The Mail on Sunday.

By Tuesday he was tweeting that ‘wacky’ Darroch was ‘a very stupid guy’ – and that Britain’s prime minister Theresa May was ‘a disaster.’

Darroch said Wednesday: ‘The current situation is making it impossible for me to carry out my role as I would like.’

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Department of Health and Human Services spending $100 Billion per month

n the first eight months of this fiscal year, which began in October, HHS spent $834,346,000,000, according to the Monthly Treasury Statement for May. That is up from $731,724,000,000 in the first eight months of last fiscal year.

Through all of fiscal 2018, HHS spent approximately $1,120,500,000,000 — or $93,375,000,000 per month.

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Chris Cox of Bikers for Trump plans House run in South Carolina

Chris Cox, founder and leader of Bikers for Trump, is making the move from grassroots activist to Republican candidate by jumping into one of the hottest House races of 2020.

As he prepared to announce his run in South Carolina’s 1st Congressional District on Monday, Mr. Cox told The Washington Times that his biker brand and alliance with President Trump give him a distinct advantage in what is expected to be a brutal Republican primary.

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Shumer got thousands in donations from billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein

Sen. Chuck Schumer — who called on Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta to resign and said President Trump should “answer” for his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein — accepted thousands of dollars in donations from the alleged pedophile throughout the 1990s, The Post has learned.

Federal Election Commission records show that Schumer received seven $1,000 donations from Epstein between 1992 and 1997, first as a U.S. congressman from New York and then when he was vying to be the state’s senator in 1998, an election he won.

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