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Kellyanne Conway praises Democrats who believe there is ‘not a public appetite’ for Trump’s impeachment

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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway thanked Democrats who are not pursuing the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

Conway made the remarks during an appearance with Judge Jeanine Pirro on Fox News.

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“The real rebuttal for Donald Trump will be his reelection,” Conway said.

“The Democrats and their friends in the media have wasted so much time looking for a way to get him out of office and really diminish him to the American people and it has had the opposite effect — the media’s numbers are way down,” she argued.

Conway said, “You’ve got no lesser souls than Nancy Pelosi, Steny Hoyer and some of the 2020 Democratic presidential field saying, ‘Oh no, we’re not talking about impeachment, we’re not having that conversation right now.'”

“They know that there is not a public appetite for more of this,” she said.

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“But perhaps there is a public appetite for knowing how this all started in the first place — investigating the investigators,” Conway added.

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Right-wing activist David Koch dead at 79: report

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David Koch, the billionaire industrialist and conservative activist, has reportedly died.

Sources close to the family confirmed the 79-year-old Koch, who retired from the privately owned Koch Industries last year, passed away, according to New Yorker reporter Jane Mayer.

Koch took over as president of Koch Engineering in 1979, and became co-owner of Koch Industries four years later with his older brother, Charles Koch.

He was ranked the 11th-wealthiest person in the world upon his retirement, with an estimated net worth of $51 billion, and both he and his brother donated much of their fortune to conservative political candidates and causes.

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Trump campaign official bizarrely compares president to Mother Teresa: ‘Who has done more for women?’

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A former "Apprentice" contestant-turned-Iowa campaign official compared President Donald Trump to Mother Teresa.

Tana Goertz, the key primary state's Trump Team coordinator, claimed the president had done more for women than possibly anyone else in history than the sainted Calcutta nun, reported CBS News.

"There's not a person alive that literally has done so much for a female, for the female population," Goertz said. "I can't think of one person that I could go, except for Mother Teresa. I mean, literally, who has done more for women in office than Donald Trump?"

Goertz, a contestant on the third season of Trump's NBC reality show, said the president would boost the election chances of other Republicans running in next year's election, after last year's midterm losses for the GOP.

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Putin vows ‘symmetric response’ to US missile test

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he has ordered the military to prepare a "symmetric response" after Washington tested a formerly banned missile.

Putin said he had ordered an analysis of "the level of threat for our country created by the actions of the US and to take comprehensive measures to prepare a symmetric response".

The US Department of Defense said Monday it had tested a type of ground-launched missile that was banned under the 1987 INF agreement, which limited the use of nuclear and conventional medium-range weapons.

Moscow and Washington ripped up the pact early this month after several months of accusing one another of breaching its conditions.

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