When America Lost Confidence in James Comey

In his final testimony before a U.S. Senate committee, regarding his decision last October to reopen the Clinton email investigation less than two weeks before the election, FBI Director James Comey appeared reflective.

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Congress risk voters’ wrath by stonewalling on border wall

One of then-candidate Donald Trump’s famous promises on the campaign trail was to build a “big, beautiful, powerful wall” on America’s southern border. He even once, albeit facetiously, branded his wall the “Great Wall of Trump.”

But now Trump is facing a somewhat surprising roadblock — a GOP-controlled Congress.

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