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In 2013, Trump defended Bob Woodward. His words may prove to be correct.

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In 2013 Trump defended Bob Woodward His words may prove to be correct

The last time Bob Woodward wrote a book about a United States President, the Obama administration attacked its validity. They defended decisions by President Obama regarding his handling of the war in Afghanistan.

Even Osama bin Laden made a video encouraging Americans to read the book. When a leftist reporter is willing to go after Obama and a terrorist leader is willing to recommend the book, you know it’s pretty bad.

Donald Trump didn’t like the way the administration was responding to the book, so he Tweeted his perspective.

As it turned out, Obama did get away with attacking Bob Woodward. Not much came from the book nor the administration’s reaction to it. Now that he has a book about him, the attacks he once condemned are now the centerpiece of his staff’s strategy. They are going after the writer, the book, those quoted in it, and anything else associated with it.

If it’s as bad as most people believe it is, then the President’s old Tweet may come to pass. Obama may really be the only one who could get away with attacking Bob Woodward. His administration likely won’t get away with their own attacks unscathed.

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Democrats

Stacey Abrams doesn’t concede in her non-concession speech

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Stacey Abrams doesn't concede in her non-concession speech

Republican Brian Kemp will be the next governor of Georgia. He defeated Democrat Stacey Abrams by receiving 50.2% of the vote, negating the possibility of a runoff election.

Abrams isn’t happy about it. She said today she’s unwilling to concede but acknowledged that Kemp would be certified as the winner. In a strange political doublespeak way, she fought back against a system that prevented her from rightfully winning.

Or something.

Bottom line: She lost. She, President Obama, and Oprah Winfrey failed to get her enough voters to win the election. Whether she actually concedes or not is irrelevant.

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Economy

The best thing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has ever said

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The best thing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has ever said

The freshman congressional sensation from New York, Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has made some pretty awful remarks about the economy. She was so proud of answering, “You just pay for it,” when asked how to pay for the $32 trillion price tag on her proposed healthcare plan that she posted it on social media.

For someone with a degree in economics, her ideas seem to be fueled by something other than economic logic. That didn’t stop her from making a short but incredible statement about the economy.

“I don’t think most of Congress understands how economics works.”

I agree. I also think her presence in Congress isn’t going to raise the level of economic understanding any time soon. Welcome to Washington DC, Congresswoman!

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Guns and Crime

Michael Avenatti’s most truthful statement to date

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Michael Avenatti's most truthful statement to date

Lawyer and 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Avenatti was arrested today for alleged domestic abuse.

I’m just going to leave this quote here…

“I think there’s a huge appetite within the party for a fighter, i think the party has yearned for a fighter — a fighter for good, if you will — for a significant period of time. And for many, I’m probably seen as that individual.”

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