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Despite lacking any evidence, President Trump today called for a "major investigation" into his claim that three to five million undocumented immigrants gave Hillary Clinton her…

Trump signing orders on border wall and immigration

Despite lacking any evidence, President Trump today called for a "major investigation" into his claim that three to five million undocumented immigrants gave Hillary Clinton her…

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This week House Republicans are slated to hold a vote on so-called “no fly, no buy” gun legislation -- just holding a vote is an about-face for GOP leadership.

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