TRUMP MAY HAVE BROKEN CNN

TRUMP BREAKS CNN: Network Admits President Is ‘Keeper Of Promises’

“A politician who actually does what he told voters he would do seems almost unfathomable in Washington, a town of broken promises.”

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NEW POLL SHOWS TRUMP’S APPROVAL RATING AT 46%

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A new poll showed the approval rating of US President Donald Trump at 46%

Trump Touts Poll With Approval Rating Of 46 percent . . .

United States President Donald Trump took to Twitter Tuesday to boast of a new opinion poll that showed his approval rating at 46 percent, calling other estimates “#FakeNews.”

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Is The CNN “Fake News” Label Sticking?

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CNN Is Jittery About Its Coverage Of The Trump-Russia Investigation

CNN’s announcement of new publishing restrictions on articles and news reports about President Donald Trump and Russia, as reported by Buzzfeed, has delighted the right-wing media in America, according to a report by Newsweek’s Tom Porter . . .

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Being U.S. President is Harder Than I Thought – Donald Trump

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In an interview with Reuters, the United States President Donald Trump admitted the difficulty of the most powerful job in the world. This has surprised him awesomely. ‘I loved my previous life,’ he said. ‘I had so many things going. This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier.’ . . .

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Trump scare could be a good thing for the US

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Is the GOP Washington establishment warming up to Trump?

The fact that Donald Trump scares some world leaders could be a good thing for the United States of America. The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a close ally of Senate Majority Mitch McConnell, Mr. Coker, said so with a chuckle . . .

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CNN projection: Hillary Clinton takes Nevada caucuses

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Hillary Clinton will win the Nevada Democratic caucuses, CNN projects, a crucial victory that could ease concerns about her ability to secure the party’s nomination . . .

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