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1…………> Today’s White House Tweets

Donald J. Trump

@realDonald Trump


Donald J. Trump
A great show! Check it out tonight at 9pm. @FoxNews
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TONIGHT! See @CharlieKirk11, @realKTMcFarland, and @JennaEllisEsq on #NextRevFNC! Tune in at 9pm ET on @FoxNews!


Donald J. Trump
“In the House, the President got less due process than the 9-11 terrorists got. This is a corrupt process?” Mark Levin @marklevinshow
“Very much so!” @RepDougCollins


Donald J. Trump
I will be going to Austin, Texas. Leaving soon. Always like (love!) being in the Lone Star State. Speaking to our great Farmers. They hit “paydirt” with our incredible new Trade Deals: CHINA, JAPAN, MEXICO, CANADA, SOUTH KOREA, and many others!


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2………….> NRA vs Virginia’s Communist Government: The Beginning Of The Final Battle


Police and citizens came ready to face violence as pro-gun activists streamed in from across the US to join the demonstration, protesting a proposed set of reforms to limit firearm ownership in the state, as pro-gun men, clad in camouflage and waving flags with messages of support for President Trump, arrived several hours before the gathering’s official start. Large crowds of protesters chanted “We will not disarm,” in unison, while other attendees wore stickers saying “Guns save lives,” and displayed pistols and rifles in the streets.

The gathering which was organized on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a holiday marking the legacy of the African-American civil rights leader, also fell on Virginia’s “Lobby Day,” an annual event which allows citizens to meet with state legislators.

Activists gathered from across the United States to argue that their constitutional rights were being infringed upon by a proposed package of eight bills to change Virginia state firearms laws, including a bill to limit handgun purchases to one per month, a law to require background checks on all firearms purchases and transfers, bans on guns from certain events and public spaces, and a ban on assault rifles.


3……………> AG William P. Barr Statement on Martin Luther King Jr. Day


Today, we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere,” Dr. King wrote in his famous letter while confined to a narrow cell in the Birmingham city jail. In the face of grave intolerance, Dr. King exemplified great moral and physical courage, playing a seminal role in the fight for civil rights and leading our nation to a better destiny. As the Department of Justice celebrates its sesquicentennial year, let us be motivated by the example of Dr. King, always seeking and striving for the fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans.


4…………> Trump Or Not: Migrants Wave Splashes into Southern Mexico


A deluge of predominantly Honduran migrants crossed the Suchiate River into southern Mexico on Monday in a new test President Trump’s Central America strategy to keep migrants away from the US border, as riot police attempted to stop the the migrants who want free passage across Mexico to the US border, a part of a new policy not allowing migrants to cross its territory unimpeded after the US threatened sanctions.

The Central American migrants moved off the Guatemala-Mexico border bridge and toward the river after Mexican officials told them they would not be granted passage through the country.

On the Mexican side of the river, migrants ran from side to side, kicking up dust on the river bank and looking for an opening in the ranks of National Guard troops sent to meet them.


5………..> Get It Over With: Trump’s Lawyers


Demanding that President Trump’s is immediately acquitted by the Senate,  his legal team, representing him at his impeachment trial, filed a brief, alleging that the impeachment is “a dangerous perversion” of the constitution, a move countered by the House impeachment managers who submitted their own brief, saying Mr. Trump engaged in “corrupt conduct… to cheat in the next election”, basically using the infamous sociology rule of the “Hecklers veto” to shut down the “opposition.”

During the course of the trial, Senators will hear arguments for six hours a day, six days a week, presided over by the US chief justice, John Roberts, in the only third time in US history that a president is facing an impeachment trial.

The 171-page brief submitted by the legal team is the first comprehensive defense of the president, undercutting the charges against Mr. Trump, branding them “frivolous and dangerous” and arguing that they don’t constitute either a crime or an impeachable offense.

“House Democrats settled on two flimsy Articles of Impeachment that allege no crime or violation of law whatsoever – much less ‘high Crimes and Misdemeanours’ as required by the Constitution,” it said.

“They do not remotely approach the constitutional threshold for removing a President from office.”


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