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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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CNN’s John Berman throws cold water on GOP excitement over FBI official accused of altering Russia document

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Early Friday morning CNN hosts John Berman and Alisyn Camerota undercut GOP excitement over a report that a former FBI official has been accused of altering a document tied to the investigation into Donald Trump's relationship with Russia, saying the employee in question was a lower-level attorney who is no longer with the agency.

On Thursday night, CNN reported that John Durham, the U.S. Attorney tasked by Attorney General William Barr to investigate the origins of the 2016 Russia probe, has opened a criminal investigation into an FBI official accused of altering a document pertaining to the original surveillance efforts.

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How Fiona Hill shamed every public official still aiding Trump’s obstruction

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Accumulating evidence of impeachable offenses by President Donald J. Trump, based on available documents and witness testimony, is overwhelming. It began with the July 25 "transcript" he urged us all to read in which he responds to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky's entreaty for more military assistance by asking for those two "favors." Officials described under oath how, under orders from Trump, they were required to pressure the Ukraine government into announcing "investigations" of former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden, and the Democratic National Committee, which did not have to be genuine. And it may yet extend beyond the damning revelations delivered during the past several days before the House Intelligence Committee.

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‘A complete sham’: Anger grows over report GOP senators met with Trump to map out ‘rigged’ impeachment trial

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News from The Washington Post that top White House officials held a clandestine meeting Thursday with Republican Senators to map out a plan to limit the Senate impeachment trial while President Trump has been secretly "courting" Senate Republicans in an effort to gauge and gain their loyalty has many angered and alarmed.

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