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It Took Donald Trump 8 Days To Bring The U.S. To The Brink Of A Constitutional Crisis

  It took little more than a week in office for President Donald Trump to thrust the nation to the brink of a constitutional crisis. Late Friday, Trump issued an executive order forbidding millions of refugees, hundreds of thousands of visitors and 500,000 legal immigrants from seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the United States. Over […]

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The Inevitability Of Impeachment of Donald Trump

Tune in to my podcast tonight to discuss more on  President Trump. www.YouTube.com/TooRealForTV Trump has been trying to govern by impulse, on whim, for personal retribution, for profit, by decree ― as if he had been elected dictator. It doesn’t work, and the wheels are coming off the bus. After a week! Impeachment is gaining […]

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Mexico President rejects the idea of paying for President Trump wall that will cost billions.

At least 1,300 miles long, 40 feet high, and containing 19 million tons of concrete. Donald Trump’s much heralded wall along the Mexican border would be a massive undertaking. (CNN)The White House on Thursday said President Donald Trump is considering a 20% tax on imports from Mexico to pay for a southern border wall, but […]

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Chrisette Michele Talks Why She Performed at Trump’s Inauguration & Reacts to Spike Lee’s Comments

 

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Racist Michigan Mayor Jim Fouts caught on recording making racist statements. SMH

A Warren church Sunday called on Mayor James Fouts to apologize and step down from office for “deeply disturbing” recorded comments he allegedly has made about minorities and older women. Renaissance Unity’s Board of Directors also petitioned the Warren City Council to “restore the dignity of our fine city” by removing Fouts from office and […]

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Constitutional Scholars To Sue Donald Trump Over D.C. Hotel And Other Businesses

The lawsuit will accuse Trump of allowing his businesses to accept payments from foreign governments, in violation of the U.S. Constitution. A group including former White House ethics attorneys will file a lawsuit on Monday accusing President Donald Trump of allowing his businesses to accept payments from foreign governments, in violation of the U.S. Constitution. […]

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#MichaelEricDyson slays interview on #BreakfastClub. #Intelligence is the new cool.

The man said im 58 years old with a PHd from Princeton University and I been around and there is still a lot I did not know about black people…. That is some #NewsYouCanUse thats  #TooRealForTV  I personally love Dr.Michael Eric Dyson, and love to hear him speak. And to hear a man of his […]

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Obama Leaves Behind a Mixed Legacy on Immigration

In March 2014, more than two years after President Barack Obama sailed to reelection in a historic sweep of the Latino vote, a powerful ally was about to call him out. The president had been flying high on the success of his Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, a legacy-defining executive action that […]

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Kanye and Trump Deserve Each Other

Picture it: Kanye West and Donald Trump walk into a skyscraper. That might sound like the set-up for a joke but it’s not; it actually happened. The two made headlines Tuesday morning when West arrived at the Trump Tower in New York City for an unannounced meeting with the president-elect. Details of the brief meeting are […]

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Trump fires back at protesters on social media

President-elect Donald Trump fired back on social media after demonstrators in both red and blue states hit the streets for another round of protests, showing outrage over the Republican’s unexpected win. Demonstrations occurred from Portland, Oregon, to Chicago, to New York and parts in between and each typically drew a few hundred people, less than […]

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