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Kris Kobach loses Kansas Governor seat to Laura Kelly

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Kris Kobach lost his race for Kansas governor Tuesday against state Sen. Laura Kelly.

After the Kansas economy took an epic tumble during Gov. Sam Brownback’s reign, Kansans have begun looking for someone new.

The race was said to be extremely close as Independent candidate Greg Orman refused to pull his name from the ticket, despite being a Kobach opponent.

Kobach was seen as a close ally of President Donald Trump and worked on the election fraud panel. However, the panel was shut down when they couldn’t find cases of widespread voter fraud. Kobach was then scrubbed from the White House’s website.

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White security guard pulls gun on black on-duty sheriff’s deputy because he was armed

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WTVG reported that a white security officer at the IRS building in Toledo, Ohio, is facing a charge for aggravated menacing after he pulled his gun on Alan Gaston, a black San Lucas County sheriff's deputy.

The reason? Gaston was armed.

He was also, however, clearly in uniform with his badge visible, indicating him as an on-duty law enforcement officer. The guard drew his weapon after Gaston told him he couldn't leave his sidearm outside the premises.

"Basically preparing myself to be shot at that moment. Bracing for a shot in my back," said Gaston, who works as a defense instructor and who says he only came to the building to ask about a letter he received from the IRS.

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GOP lawmaker offers most absurd defense yet to show Trump’s racist attacks are ‘clearly not racist’

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Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD) on Monday defended President Donald Trump from charges of racism by offering a tortured rationale that is directly contradicted by the president's own words.

During an interview with reporter Bryan Nehman of local Maryland news station WBAL, Harris claimed that Trump telling Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Alexandria-Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) to "go back" to the "crime infested places from which they came" was "clearly not racist" because Trump "could have meant go back to the district they came from--to the neighborhood they came from."

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Trump kids hit the campaign trail hoping he’ll notice them: ‘It’s a way of bonding with their dad’

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President Donald Trump's children are hoping their father will notice their efforts to help his re-election campaign.

The 2020 campaign offers Trump's three eldest children, born to his first wife Ivana Trump, an opportunity to attract their notoriously inattentive father's approval, reported Politico.

“I view it as the kids staying relevant," said one Trump adviser. "They are no longer on TV every week with 'The Apprentice,' so instead of NBC, they are on Fox News or at campaign events and are way more visible."

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