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Trump considering Fox News contributor Thomas Homan as next Homeland Security chief: report

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President Donald Trump is reportedly considering a Fox News contributor as his nominee as Secretary of Homeland Security.

Thomas Homan, former acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, is being considered for DHS, Politico reported Tuesday.

Trump is expected to oust current DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

“Trump wants John Wayne on the border and Tom Homan is John Wayne,” a former Homeland Security official told Politico.

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Homan is a Fox News contributor who pushed President Trump’s divisive rhetoric during the midterms.

On October 21, he praised President Trump as a “bulldog” for threatening to use the military along the southern border.

The next day, October 22, he claimed Democrats don’t want an immigration solution.

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On October 29, he called the refugee caravan a national security issue.

Then, on October 31, he warned of the “sophisticated” nature of the migrant caravan.

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‘A coward and a commander’: New Lincoln Project ad contrasts Trump with James Mattis

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On Friday, the conservative anti-Trump group The Lincoln Project released a new attack ad against President Donald Trump — this time using the criticism of his former Defense Secretary James Mattis, and comparing and contrasting their leadership ability.

"This is the story of a coward and a commander," said the ad's narrator. "The coward Trump dodged the draft. Jim Mattis led American troops for forty years. While a frightened Trump hides from protesters in a deep bunker firing off tweets, Jim Mattis does what he's always done: Leads. While Donald Trump angrily attacks, General Mattis' words deserve to be heard by every American."

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NFL Commissioner Goodell apologizes for league’s indifference to players’ protests against racism

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On Friday, CNN reported that National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell is acknowledging his organization turned a blind eye when his athletes took a knee to protest racism and police violence, and issued a formal apology.

"We, the National Football League, admit we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out and peacefully protest," Goodell said in a newly released Instagram video. "It has been a difficult time for our country. In particular, black people in our country. First, my condolences to the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and all the families who have endured police brutality."

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Maxine Waters calls for Trump’s Cabinet initiate the 25th Amendment ‘before this would-be dictator takes us all down’

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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) called for Donald Trump to be removed from office on Friday.

"Is there one brave member of Trump’s cabinet who would move to initiate the 25th Amendment to remove him from office?" Waters asked on the president's favorite social networking platform.

The 25th Amendment would allow Vice President Mike Pence to ascend to the presidency if a majority of Trump's cabinet declares "the president is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office."

"Now is the time to save our country before this would-be dictator takes us all down!" Waters warned.

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