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Trump tweets orders to Homeland Security after Fox News spends hours hyping extreme vetting

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President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Halloween night to announce unspecified orders to the Department of Homeland Security after eight people were run over by a rental truck used as a weapon in New York City.

“I have just ordered Homeland Security to step up our already Extreme Vetting Program. Being politically correct is fine, but not for this!” Trump tweeted.

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He neither specified the details of his order nor did he explain on what issues the United States has been politically correct.

Trump’s mention of an ‘extreme vetting program’ came as Fox News spent hours discussing the idea.

While President Trump was complaining about political correctness, former New York Senator Hillary Clinton offered thoughtful, measured words.

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Other members of the administration also showed up the commander in chief with thoughtful, measured words.

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Democrats just called McConnell’s bluff on a key reform — and he has no idea how to respond: report

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One of the key policy goals that both President Donald Trump and Democrats have repeated on the campaign trail is drug pricing reform. 66 percent of Americans take at least one prescription drug, and like most forms of health care, the cost of these drugs has risen much faster than inflation in recent decades, putting enormous pressure on politicians to come up with an answer. Indeed, until now, Republicans have attacked impeachment by claiming that it leaves Congress with no time to consider drug pricing.

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This psychological analysis of Trump supporters has exposed 5 alarming traits about them

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The lightning-fast ascent and political invincibility of Donald Trump has left many experts baffled and wondering, “How did we get here?” Any accurate and sufficient answer to that question must not only focus on Trump himself, but also on his uniquely loyal supporters. Given their extreme devotion and unwavering admiration for their highly unpredictable and often inflammatory leader, some have turned to the field of psychology for scientific explanations based on precise quantitative data and established theoretical frameworks.

Although analyses and studies by psychologists and neuroscientists have provided many thought-provoking explanations for his enduring support, the accounts of different experts often vary greatly, sometimes overlapping and other times conflicting. However insightful these critiques may be, it is apparent that more research and examination is needed to hone in on the exact psychological and social factors underlying this peculiar human behavior.

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Here are 5 key takeaways from the House Judiciary Committee’s impeachment report

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The 658-page impeachment report finds that President Donald Trump committed multiple federal crimes and "betrayed the national interest."

The House Judiciary Committee published the full report early Monday, ahead of a vote likely this week, and laid out the case that Trump had abused his power and obstructed Congress in its oversight role, reported Axios.

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