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Trump questions 7-year-old about believing in Santa — during Christmas Eve phone call

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President Donald Trump questioned a 7-year-old about believing in Santa Claus — on Christmas Eve.

The commander-in-chief was answering calls to NORAD’s Santa Tracker on Christmas Eve, according to White House pool reporter Kevin Diaz of the Houston Chronicle.

“Are you still a believer in Santa Claus?” Trump asked a 7-year-old named Coleman.

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“‘Cuz at 7 it’s marginal, right?” the president wondered.


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Devin Nunes hilariously mocked for yet another bizarre rant about nude Trump photos during impeachment

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Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) on Friday went off on a rant about Democrats purportedly trying to obtain nude photos of President Donald Trump -- his second such rant in the span of just three days.

"When you find yourself on the phone, like the Democrats did, with Russian pranksters offering nude pictures of Trump, and afterward you order your staff to follow up and get the photos, as the Democrats also did, then it might be time to ask yourself if you've gone too far," Nunes said in his opening statement ahead of House impeachment hearings.

This was the second time this week that Nunes has brought up nude Trump photos in an opening statement, which led many observers on Twitter to torch the California Republican for his seeming fixation on pornographic images of the president.

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Schiff repeatedly slaps down GOP’s immediate attempts to derail second impeachment hearing

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Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) repeatedly rebuffed Republican efforts to derail the second day of public testimony in the impeachment inquiry.

Former Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was scheduled to testify Friday about President Donald Trump and his associates pushing her out of her State Department post during a campaign to pressure the country's government to announce an investigation of Joe Biden.

After Schiff and Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), the ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, delivered their opening statements, Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) asked the chairman if he would block GOP questions.

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White House releases transcript of first Trump call to Ukraine’s president

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The White House has released a transcript of President Donald Trump's first phone call to Ukraine's newly elected president.

Trump called Volodymyr Zelenskey on April 21 to congratulate him on his election win, and he invited the president to Ukraine for his inauguration.

"I'll look into that -- and well, give us the date and, at a very minimum, we'll have a great representative," Trump told Zelensky.

"When I owned Miss Universe," the president added, "they always had great people. Ukraine was always very well represented."

This transcript predates a July 25 call that was the subject of a whistleblower complaint that prompted a congressional impeachment inquiry.

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