U.S. First Lady Melania Trump (seated, L) chats wife Sara Netanyahu (seated, front) as U.S. President Donald Trump (C) chats to Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) during a welcoming ceremony to welcome Trump at Ben Gurion International Airport in Lod near Tel Aviv, Israel May 22, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst - RTX36ZA3

Hot Mic Alert! Open Mic Catches Sara Netanyahu Bashing The Media

A hot microphone caught the wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu bashing the media while welcoming President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump to Israel. “I talk every place about how great she is and how great you are,” Sara Netanyahu said to the president. “I can testify to that,” the Israeli prime minister jumped in. “Because the majority of the people in Israel, unlike the media, they love us so we tell them how you are great so they love you,” Sara continued. As she was speaking, President Trump leaned over to his Israeli counterpart and said, “We have very much in common,” to which Benjamin Netanyahu replied: “Sounds familiar.”  “We’ll talk about it over dinner,” Sara added.

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Illegal Arrested For Anti-Trump Vandalism on 103 Counts

They started showing up around University of Connecticut shortly after Donald Trump won the White House. And from December 2016 to March of this year, someone was vandalizing campus buildings, more than 100 times in all, with grafitti. “F*ck Trump,” some said. Others had a crude drawing of Trump with the word “pest.” Police at the the university identified the vandal through surveillance cameras and tracking a swipe card used on the campus. They even installed extra cameras to track him down, the Hartford Courant reported. Cruz-Lopez was seen in the areas hit by grafitti around the times vandalism was reported to occur, police said. Then police arrested Eric Cruz-Lopez, 21, and charged him with 103 counts of criminal mischief. “I did the graffiti,” he wrote in his police statement, the Courant reported. “I am open to entering into a conversation about restitution.” “He said he was unwilling to limit his anti-Trump slurs to paper and

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Kim DotCom’s Seth Rich Announcement creates ‘Complete Panic’ at Highest Levels of DNC

What does Sean Hannity, Julian Assange, and Kim DotCom have in Common? They both want justice for Seth Rich. An anonymous person who works in Washington DC, alleged on 4Chan’s /pol/ subgroup that high-ranking current and former Democratic Party officials are terrified of the Seth Rich murder investigation on Saturday. Yes, we know you are sick of ‘anonymous’ sources, and trust me, so are we. However, this has some big figures behind it, including Sean Hannity, Kim DotCom, Julian Assange and others who want justice. For the Complete back story click here: Seth Rich Back Story. For the latest developments read below. We are also aware that some are labeling this a conspiracy theory, we report, you decide. As we previously reported, the Seth Rich case is getting national attention again. This comes shortly after internet entrepreneur and hacker, Kim DotCom, admitted on Saturday that he was part of an operation

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Embattled DNC Facing class-action suit alleging Sanders was robbed in 2016

The 2016 presidential campaign was one of the most divisive in American history, and it is still being litigated – literally. As the Trump administration’s alleged controversies command widespread media attention, a little-noticed set of lawsuits against the Democratic Party continues to play out in the courts – including one claiming coordination with the Clinton campaign against Bernie Sanders amounted to election fraud. While the Democrat’s are speaking of impeachment, they have a battle of their own on their hands. The class-action case being heard in a Florida courtroom dates all the way back to last summer, when the Democrats were thrown into turmoil following the leak of documents that appeared to show some DNC officials sought to undermine Sanders in the party primary. Jared Beck, a Harvard law expert, shortly afterward filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of residents of 45 states against the DNC and former chairwomen Debbie

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Michael Flynn to Decline Senate Subpoena, Invoke Fifth Amendment

Former national security adviser Michael Flynn will invoke his Fifth Amendment rights and not comply with a Senate Intelligence Committee subpoena, the Associated Press reported Monday. Flynn was subpoenaed in the committee’s investigation into Russian meddling and potential ties between President Trump’s campaign and Russian officials. Flynn previously offered to testify before the Senate and House Intelligence committees in exchange for immunity, but neither committee accepted the offer. Flynn was fired from his post as national security adviser in February for misleading Vice President Mike Pence and other White House officials about conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. Russian officials reportedly bragged during the 2016 campaign that they could use Flynn to influence Trump in the White House. Flynn has come under scrutiny for lobbying work he did on behalf of the Turkish government during last year’s election. He reportedly delayed an Islamic State attack plan that Turkey opposed during Trump’s transition. Last week, Senate Intelligence

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Trump in Israel, speaks of rare opportunity in regards to peace deal

President Donald Trump, on the second leg of his first foreign trip as commander-in-chief, greeted Israeli leaders in Jerusalem Monday with hopes to lay the groundwork for a peace deal with the Palestinians – saying a “rare opportunity” exists, and the threat posed by Iran is bringing Arab neighbors together toward that goal. “There is a growing realization among your Arab neighbors that they have common cause with you in the threat posed by Iran,” Trump said, speaking alongside Israeli President Reuven Rivlin. Trump said earlier “there’s a great feeling for peace throughout the Middle East,” and suggested a potential warming by other countries toward Israel could be one “benefit” to the long-running tensions over Iran. “It’s brought a lot of folks together,” Trump said. Trump arrived in Israel after a weekend swing through Saudi Arabia, Iran’s main rival in the region. The Iranian threat has been a chief theme of the U.S.

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Reports: President Trump’s budget will cut Medicaid, food stamps programs

President Donald Trump’s first major budget proposal will reportedly include sweeping cuts to Medicaid, federal pensions and food stamps, according to new reports. The Washington Post is reporting that President Trump’s budget will include $800 billion in Medicaid cuts over the next 10 years, which would cause 10 million low-income people to lose health benefits. The White House will also reportedly give states more flexibility to impose work requirements for people taking part in various social welfare programs, according to the report. Trump’s budget reportedly includes a massive $193 billion cut to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, the modern version of food stamps, over the next 10 years, slashing its budget by more than 25 percent. The food stamp cuts are part of a broader $274 billion cut that’s labeled welfare reform, according to the Associated Press. The budget will also $1.6 billion in funding for Trump’s wall along the U.S.-Mexico

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CEO Summit 2017 in Saudia Arabia

Corporate A-Listers Accompanied President Trump on Riyadh Trip for CEO Summit

Defense contractors were the biggest winners, but President Donald Trump’s first day in Saudi Arabia yielded a slew of high-profile business deals that showcased the administration’s ability to draw support from major corporations, something he promised on the campaign trail. Many top executives descended on Riyadh for a CEO summit timed to coincide with Trump’s visit, the CEOs included JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon, Blackstone Group LP CEO Steve Schwarzman, and Marillyn Hewson, the CEO of Lockheed Martin Corp. Saturday’s meeting, the “Saudi-U.S. CEO Forum,” drew the kind of corporate firepower Trump suggested he could harness when he ran for the Oval Office as a Washington outsider/business executive who would reach outside the Beltway and enlist other executives in support of the administration’s economic goals. More than 30 CEOs of major U.S. companies were on hand for the summit, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Riyadh.

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First Lady Melania Trump visits the American International School in the Saudi capital Riyadh on May 21, 2017. (Getty)

Melania Trump Visits School, Center in Saudi Arabia

First Lady Melania Trump hit the town running this weekend in the Middle East, FLOTUS has been participating in her own events in Saudi Arabia, visiting a school and a business center. The First Lady and First Daughter Ivanka Trump have been putting their focus on women’s issues in Saudi Arabia, the first leg of the president’s five-state foreign trip, his first in office. The president and First Lady spent several days in Saudi Arabia, where Trump on May 21 delivered a speech on extremist Islamic terrorism to a group of Muslim leaders. President Donald Trump called the trip, ‘tremendous’, in a tweet. The First Family was greeted as royalty when they first arrived in Saudia Arabia. Now for the pictures – “This is not a battle between different faiths, different sects or different civilizations,” Donald Trump said in the speech, which called for a coalition to defeat terrorists. “This

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Ivanka Trump in Riyadh: Young Generation Can ‘Build Future of Tolerance, Hope and Peace’ in Tweeps Speech

First Daughter Ivanka Trump, a top aide to her father’s administration, spoke at the Tweeps social media conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Ivanka might be trying to upstage her father’s speech in Saudia Arabia, as she recieved much praise for it. Trump said the new generation of Arabs and Muslims have the opportunity to build their future based on “tolerance, hope and peace.” She praised the entrepreneurial spirit of Saudi Arabians and thanked the royal family for welcoming her and President Trump to the country. She remarked that the president had left a new center for combating extremism, which had been built in 30 days. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com“I may need to borrow those contractors,” she joked. Closing her remarks, Trump said she hopes to make this landmark trip the first of several during her father’s presidency. Ivanka, like The First lady were both well received in the

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