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Cory Booker Gets Crowd’s Approval In Iowa

Cory Booker was one of the 48 who voted against confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. After the confirmation, Booker spoke at an Iowa conference hall and launched his 2020 campaign. According to Politico, Sen. Booker had the crowd roaring in agreement, wanting change. Scott Brennan said that kind …

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Saudi journalist must act against Saudi journalist: Rubio

US Republican Senator Marco Rubio said that the United States should confront Saudi Arabia or risk losing its credibility in terms of human rights Man, there is evidence that the Prime Minister's government orchestrated the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Rough Cut (no journalist narration).

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Fox News’ Kavanaugh Interview Draws 3.6 Million Viewers

Martha MacCallum’s sitdown interview with Court Nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his wife Ashley Estes Kavanaugh was the most-watched show on cable news last night, averaging 3.559 million total viewers. With 610,000 adults 25-54 tuning in, Monday was the highest-rated episode ever of “The Story With Martha MacCallum.” Read the …

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McCaskill Not Effected By Kavanaugh Vote

Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill is in a tight re-election race in Missouri.McCaskill voted against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.There were concerns the vote against Kavanaugh could lose her the election.Now, according to Reuters, it appears her vote has not effected the race.Reuters/Ipsos/UVA Center for Politics released a poll on …

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Trump says Mattis "can leave"

US. President Donald Trump said he was not sure whether Defense Secretary James Mattis was considering resigning his post, but told CBS's "60 Minutes" television news that the retired general could "be a democrat "" Rough Cut (no journalist narration).

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