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ICE Arrests 42 Criminal Aliens Released by Sanctuary New York

Immigration officers based in New York City arrested 42 criminal aliens released by sanctuary jurisdictions. Thirteen other foreign nationals were also arrested as part of a six-day targeted operation carried out by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations officers began the operation on November 13 and concluded it shortly before Thanksgiving. In total, officers arrested 55 illegal aliens. Forty-two of those arrested had been in New York law enforcement custody and were released despite ICE having placed immigration detainers on the aliens, according to information…

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Meghan Markle Now Facing ‘Existential Problem’ with Royal Family as Trump Remarks Resurface

When Meghan Markle was only speaking as an American actress, she often expressed her political or any kind of views openly. But now as she is set to become a British Princess, experts say Markle must learn how to embrace her new role and the self-censorship it comes with it. Markle acknowledged her “social consciousness,” which required that she “speak up” to perceived injustices. Her openness was displayed before the 2016 election when she declared her support for Hillary Clinton. The actress explained her choice by saying Donald Trump was…

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WATCH: French President Fed up, Tells Muslim Immigrant ‘Go Back to Your Country’

It seems like even the liberal politicians in Europe are finally beginning to see the problems with unregulated immigration. French President Emmanuel Macron campaign was about opening up the borders for refugees, similar to Angela Merkel’s campaign in Germany. Anyhow, the president was just caught on camera saying the opposite, and telling one Moroccan Muslim woman with expired visa “go back to your country.” Last week in front of news cameras one immigrant confronted Macron and he took another turn. The Moroccan woman said her parent live in France and that she wants…

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Trump Retweets Anti-Muslim

(CNN)President Donald Trump retweeted Wednesday morning three inflammatory videos from a British far-right account rife with anti-Muslim content. The videos, posted by Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader of Britain First, a far-right and ultra-nationalist political group, depict purported Muslims assaulting people and, in one video, smashing a statue of the Virgin Mary. Trump, who has previously warned that immigration from Muslim-majority nations threatens European and US security, frequently retweets other messages whose political views he finds favorable. But he has seldom shared messages as offensive and explosive as he did…

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Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore’s History Of Controversial Actions

Washington (CNN)Roy Moore’s Senate campaign has been damaged by accusations of sexual assault and that he pursued relationships with teenage girls while in his 30s. Those allegations have turned the December 12 special election in the reliably Republican Alabama into a close contest between Moore and Democratic nominee Doug Jones. But Moore was already a controversial figure — beloved by some evangelical Christians in Alabama, but seen as toxic to the Republican brand by national party figures. While the accusations have placed him in the national political spotlight, the 70-year-old…

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US Court Told Of Alleged Iranian Scheme To Evade Sanctions Via Turkey

A scheme allegedly used by Iran to evade sanctions through a state-owned bank in Turkey has been detailed in court in New York by a Turkish-Iranian businessman who claims he bribed a former Turkish economy minister €50m as part of the billion-dollar operation. In a case that has strained relations between Turkey and the US, Reza Zarrab, a gold trader, described a sprawling money-laundering network that allowed Iran access to international markets in violation of sanctions imposed on it over Zarrab had faced charges including bank fraud and money laundering…

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The Guy Who Took Down Trump’s Twitter Account Says It Was ‘A Mistake’

The 28-year-old grew up in a small town in Germany and says the United States might be “the best country in the world.” He enjoys cars and values his time at the gym. In his free time, he also volunteers, most recently at a Muslim community center. But four weeks ago, he did something extraordinary: he became the person responsible for taking President Trump off Twitter for 11 minutes. Related: Twitter employee briefly shut down Trump’s account on last day of work The brief silencing of Trump’s account drove the internet…

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Oprah Winfrey is Suddenly Thrust into the Middle of the Harvey Weinstein Scandal

Oprah Winfrey recently was pushed into the whole Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal. Actress Kadian Noble claimed that Weinstein used Oprah Winfrey and Naomi Campbell to trick her into trusting him that he will help with her career. Anyhow, Noble said that he didn’t further her acting career and only used her for sex. “I thought, obviously, this man has something amazing in store for me,” Noble stated at a media conference in Manhattan. “I felt completely played.” According to some reports, Noble and Weinstein met in 2014 at the…

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FBI Cover up Exposed: 30 Hidden Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Meeting Documents Discovered

Late June 2016, then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton had suspicious meeting at the Phoenix airport. The meeting happened few days before then-FBI Director James Comey announced that Hillary Clinton is not going to face any criminal charges over the private email server scandal, even though she violated the law. At that time, the Obama administration assured the public that Loreta and Bill meeting was innocent and that they did not discuss the Hillary Clinton case. Thankfully, not everyone believed that story. So, many journalists and watchdog groups…

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Case Opened Into Claim Conway Broke Federal Law With Comments About Alabama Senate Race

The Office of Special Counsel has opened a case looking into whether or not White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway’s comments about Alabama Senate Republican candidate Roy Moore’s Democratic opponent violated federal law. The news follows the former director of the Office of Government Ethics, Walter Shaub, filing an official complaint with the special counsel office last week claiming Conway’s words violated the Hatch Act, which prohibits federal employees from using their offices to campaign for or against political candidates. “WH defended Conway against @CampaignLegal’s Hatch Act complaint by saying her words about Jones supported POTUS’s agenda. That’s…

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