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Protests to Protect Robert Mueller Break Out Across the Country as the New Attorney General Poses a Serious Threat to the Russia Investigation

Americans across the country on Thursday took to the streets to protest President Donald Trump's appointment of a new acting attorney general to replace Jeff Sessions, thus usurping oversight of the Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation from Deputy Attorney Rod Rosenstein.

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'No Reason for Me to Go to London': Trump Shows Off His Unrestrained Bigotry to British Newspaper as He Hides from Protesters

President Donald Trump gave an interview to the British newspaper The Sun ahead of his trip to the country — and it went about as well as you might expect.

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Trump Campaign Uses Claims of Democratic 'Harassment' to Drum Up Money in Fundraising Email

President Donald Trump's campaign is trying to use the recent controversy around "civility" and protests of his staffers to squeeze donations out of his supporters.

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'Leave My Husband Alone': Transportation Secretary Yells At Protestors Confronting McConnell with Trump's Crying Migrant Kids

Transporation Secretary Elaine Chao shouted at protesters Tuesday demonstrating against her husband, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, while leaving an event.

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Ivanka Greeted By 'Trump is Nixon' Sign During Fresno Fundraising Event with GOPer Kevin McCarthy

President Donald Trump's daughter and senior adviser Ivanka Trump was greeted by protesters in Fresno, California, on Monday as she arrived for a Republican fundraising event.

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NFL Owners Admit They Changed Their Minds About Hiring Kaepernick 'Because of Trump': Lawyer

Colin Kaepernick's lawyer said on the "Straight Aim" podcast this week that President Donald Trump's opposition to the player's national anthem protests is the reason he was not hired by any NFL team, citing the sworn testimony of several coaches.

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Trump Says Cops Have a 'Right to Legally Protest' - But Kneeling Black Athletes Should Leave the Country

President Donald Trump endorsed the demands of Chicago police officers in their conflict with the city's mayor in a tweet Friday night, saying they have "have every right to legally protest" — a sentiment seeming to conflict with his push to punish black athletes in the NFL who protest silently during the national anthem.

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NBA Coach Steve Kerr Slams NFL's 'Fake Patriotism' After League Implements National Anthem Rule

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr on Thursday slammed the National Football League after the organization acquiesced to President Donald Trump’s demands and implemented a policy forcing players to stand during the national anthem or face a penalty from the league.

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Doctors Without Borders Condemns the 'Bloodbath' in Gaza as a Result of Israel's 'Disproportionate Use of Violence'

Doctors Without Borders released a statement Monday condemning the brutal attacks on unarmed protesters in Gaza by the Israeli military as demonstrations broke out at the border. Protesters opposed the opening of a new U.S. embassy for Israel in the city of Jerusalem, a move ordered by President Donald Trump.

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'All of Those Babies Are Dead': MSNBC Guest Chokes Up Discussing Trump's Disastrous Foreign Policy

In a rare moment for cable news, MSNBC guest Eddie Glaude Jr. became choked up and emotional as he discussed the mass killing in Gaza Monday. Israeli soldiers fired upon Palestinian protesters in the wake of the newly opened U.S. embassy in Jerusalem, killing more than 50 people and wounding thousands of other demonstrators, according to reports. 

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Death Toll at Gaza Protests Continues to Rise as Israel Rejects Calls for Investigation Into 'Massacres'

The death toll from protests in Gaza last week rose to 18 on Monday, according to the Associated Press. Israeli border guards fired into crowds of Palestinian protesters, injuring hundreds in addition to those killed, at the start of demonstrations that are planned to last six weeks.

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