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NewsMax

Diplomacy will be a key for President Donald Trump's administration in dealing with Afghanistan, more than a military approach, said Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., the ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. [...]
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Rep. Scott Taylor, R-Va., praised President Donald Trump's strategy for military involvement in Afghanistan, saying that "changing the status quo is important" on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" Tuesday. [...]
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Retired four-star Gen. Jack Keane said he "applauded" President Donald Trump's speech and vision for Afghanistan, adding that he's the first president in 16 years "serious about winning" in the war-torn country. [...]
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President Donald Trump "inherited a mess" from President Barack Obama where Afghanistan is concerned, and now that he is in the Oval Office, he must do what's best for U.S. security, Florida Rep. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday. [...]
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Politico

The Reverend Al and Rep. Jerry Nadler share their fears about race and anti-Semitism in the age of Trump. [...]
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Only one thing was clear after President Trump's vague speech: Nobody knows what to do. [...]
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Confederate pride shone brightly, but it paled before the celestial show. [...]
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I witnessed a terrorist attack in Charlottesville. Then the conspiracy theories began. [...]
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Breitbart

Sundar Pichai
Google announced that their monopolistic search engine that controls 87 percent of page views will use its machine learning tool set to assist liberal groups in doubling down on purging conservative speech they consider hate. [...]
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Breitbart London's Editor in Chief Raheem Kassam appeared on MSNBC and told host Ari Melber that the West was at war with Sharia. [...]
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PayPal reinstated the accounts of both Robert Spencer's Jihad Watch and Pamela Geller's American Freedom Defense Initiative following outrage from supporters over their suspensions. [...]
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Teenagers are ditching Facebook in favor of other social media platforms like Instagram and Snapchat, according to a new report. [...]
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