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Former President Bill Clinton, is feeling pretty upset these days. Obviously, he hoped to get back to the White House as Hillary’s “First Dude.” What a spectacle it would have been for Bill to be unleashed on another set of White House interns, but this time unsupervised and unencumbered of any real responsibilities. During the presidency, he caused enough trouble with his shenanigans, culminating in his impeachment. This all occurred when he had a country to run, but as “First Dude,” he would have been free to cause total havoc and embarrassment for his wife and the country. Thank God,…

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RUSH: You know, folks, not only is Biden dumping on Hillary, Joe Biden’s out there saying (paraphrasing), “Well, you know, she never really knew where she was running.  You gotta cut her some slack.  She didn’t really know.  Maybe wasn’t even really sure she wanted to.  She did it ’cause she thought she had to break the glass ceiling.”  And they’re trying to cover for her loss.  They’re starting to dump it on her now. This is only a matter of time.  You can only blame the Russians for so long.  Now they’re starting to blame Hillary, some people are. …

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There were at least 18 months of campaigning and media coverage surrounding the 2016 Presidential Election. Now, it’s been roughly six weeks since Donald Trump became President-Elect of the United States and STILL being talked about is why Hillary Clinton lost the election as if the answer wasn’t already evident. I’m starting to wonder if 2017 will be on the books before we stop fixating on the 2016 election. In the latest dramatic turn in our soap opera storyline, there’s actually legitimate reason to think that the Russian government, specifically President Vladimir Putin, was involved in a computer hacking operation…

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President-elect Donald Trump tweeted his agreement with Vladimir Putin on Friday evening, after the Russian president said top Democrats were humiliating themselves by blaming their election loss on alleged Russian hacking. “Vladimir Putin said today about Hillary and Dems: ‘In my opinion, it is humiliating. One must be able to lose with dignity.’ So true!” Trump tweeted. Putin had criticized Clinton and the Democrats at a press conference on Friday, claiming that the allegations of Russian interference during the election was an “affront to their own dignity.” “They are losing on all fronts and looking for scapegoats on whom to lay the blame,” Putin…

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Love Child star Harriet Dyer had an awkward Christmas get together on Friday. During a family gathering in Townsville, the Australian actress sported a T-shirt which read: ‘The Future Is Female’. The shirt was first seen during the 1970s feminist movement, but resurfaced amid the recent US election campaign, often worn by Hillary Clinton supporters. Her grandfather opted for a Donald Trump shirt, with the President-elect seen with a passionate expression on his face and his index finger pointed in the air. Harriet seemed uncomfortable as she posed for the camera, as her grandfather put his arm around her and…

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The goal is to issue more rules than the new administration could ever repeal. Barack Obama isn’t known for humility, though rarely has his lack of grace been more on display than in his final hours in office. The nation rejected his agenda. The president’s response? To shove more of that agenda down the nation’s gullet. Notice the growing and many ugly ways the Obama administration is actively working to undermine a Donald Trump presidency. Unnamed administration sources whisper stories about Russian hackers to delegitimize Mr. Trump’s election. These whispers began at about the same time Hillary Clinton officials began…

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2016 election result has sparked an interest in running for office among women When Hillary Clinton delivered her concession speech the day after the Nov. 8 election, she acknowledged that her loss to Donald Trump meant she would not become the first female U.S. president, that “highest and hardest glass ceiling,” would not be shattered. Not this time, not by her. “But some day someone will and hopefully sooner than we might think right now,” Clinton said, addressing women specifically. Clinton’s loss to Trump was devastating to those who fought for, and thought finally there would be, a woman in…

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The Obama administration is dismantling a dormant national registry program for visitors from countries with active terrorist groups — a program that President-elect Donald J. Trump has suggested he is considering resurrecting. The registry, created after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, has not been in use since 2011, so the move is largely symbolic and appeared to be aimed at distancing the departing administration from any effort by the new president to revive the program, known as the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System, or Nseers. Asked on Wednesday, in the aftermath of the Berlin attack, whether he still intended…

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https://twitter.com/NewDay/status/810818218617028608 Alisyn Camerota, co-host of CNN’s New Day, this week sat down with a group of Hillary Clinton supporters. They aired their grievances with Camerota and discussed the night of Clinton’s loss, and why they believe it happened. Camerota asks the participants to talk about what it was like the moment they knew Donald Trump was going to win. “It felt like a punch in the gut. A nightmare. I think by 10:15 I was upstairs with my head in the pillow, crying.” said Sally Rosenwasser. Ms. Rosenwasser continued, “I didn’t go to work the next day. I was so sad.” Another…

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History in the making. Hillary Clinton officially has more votes than any losing presidential candidate, with a margin of nearly 3 million votes more than her opponent, President-elect Donald Trump. According to the independent, non-partisanCook Political Report, the Democratic presidential hopeful had a final tally of 65,844,610, while Trump had 62,979,636. The difference in their total vote count is 2,864,974. Clinton’s final tally surpasses even President Barack Obama’s 2012 total by 389,944 votes; Obama defeated then-opponent Mitt Romney by locking in several key swing states, earning him 100 more electoral votes. What this means is that though Trump won the…

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