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Trump's Thanksgiving message: "The enthusiasm in this country has never been higher"

PALM BEACH, Fla. – Thanksgiving, President Trump celebrated the victory. Early in the morning, he tweeted a list of victories, including the "Greatest Stock Exchange NEVER", a reduced unemployment rate and a new Supreme Court judge. A few hours later, he chatted on video with troops stationed around the world and told them that they are now winning because their …

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Why a retired Lieutenant General thinks that Trump's Thanksgiving speech to the troops was totally "insulting"

President Donald Trump kicked off his Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday by delivering a message of gratitude to US troops currently serving overseas in a videoconference with representatives of various branches of the US Armed Forces. UU But some were apparently more disoriented than pleased by the President's public message of Thanksgiving to members of the US service. UU In an …

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The White House rejects concerns that Conway violated the Hatch Law

The White House on Wednesday rejected concerns that Kellyanne Conway had violated the Hatch Law with her comments about the Alabama Senate race. "Ms. Conway did not plead for or against the election of a candidate, and specifically refused to encourage the inhabitants of Alabama to vote in a certain way," said White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah, in …

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Michigan Deputy hit by car in police chase, says sheriff

A 22-year veteran of the Oakland County Sheriff's Office, Michigan, was killed early Thursday outside of Detroit. A man fleeing the police "deliberately ran over" assistant Eric Overall, 50, who had just left "brake sticks" to try to slow down the suspect's vehicle. After the vehicle collided with the deputy, it overturned and the 22-year-old vehicle "suspect was taken into …

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Increase in ObamaCare enrollments surprises experts

The number of people who signed up for ObamaCare has increased in the first weeks of open enrollment this year, contrary to dire predictions. The increase in enrollment is good news for supporters of health law, but experts warn that initial numbers do not necessarily mean a trend. The final registration numbers could still be much lower than in the …

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Facebook will provide a tool that allows voters to find out if Russian propaganda influenced them during the 2016 elections

Shortly after the 2016 presidential election, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dismissed the growing claim that Russian-backed propaganda on the popular social media platform played a role in Donald Trump's victory over Hillary Clinton . "Personally, I created the idea that fake news on Facebook … influenced the elections in some way is a pretty crazy idea," he said. Since then, …

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Sheriff: Las Vegas shooting gunman fired more than 1,100 rounds

Interested in Las Vegas Shooting? Add Las Vegas Shooting as an interest to stay up to date on the latest news, videos and analysis of Las Vegas Shooting from ABC News. The best lawman in Las Vegas says the gunman who killed dozens of people at a concert last month fired more than 1,100 rounds. The recently published estimate by …

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Franken apologizes for Thanksgiving and is committed to restoring voters' trust

Senator Al Franken (D-Minn.) Said in a statement "… let me tell minerosotanos that I am sorry for having passed through this and I am committed to regaining their confidence." | Alex Brandon / AP Photo Senator Al Franken (D-Minn.) He said on Thursday he feels "terribly that he could make women feel so bad", and that he learned that …

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