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A Red Letter Day! Jerome Corsi Retains Attorney Larry Klayman

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Screen Shot 2018 11 30 at 7.49.56 AMDr. Jerome Corsi announced yesterday (Nov. 28) via Twitter that he has added power to his defense in the person of Larry Klayman: "I have retained attorney Larry Klayman to assist David Gray in my defense. In a memo to my attorneys, I have instructed Klayman and Gray to file with Acting AG Whitaker a criminal complaint against Mueller's Special Counsel and the DOJ for prosecutorial misconduct in my case."

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G20 Gets Going in Buenos Aires

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G20 2018 logoPresident Trump and the First Lady arrived in Buenos Aires for the G20 summit via Air Force One this evening (Nov.29) local time.

President Trump tweeted: "Arrived in Argentina with a very busy two days planned. Important meetings scheduled throughout. Our great Country is extremely well represented. Will be very productive!"

Among the many points of focus for President Trump at the G20, three revolve around China, Russia, and USMCA.

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George Soros' Open Society Expelled from Turkey

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8725437113 30251b6405 b 1President Tayyip Erdogan has recently expelled George Soros, and his Open Society Foundations, from Turkey.

Erdogan sees George Soros, and the OSF, as a destabilzing and destructive influence on Turkey and specifically responsible for the anti-government Gezi Park protests of 2013. 

Soros denies responsibility for the Gezi protests.

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President Trump and First Lady Celebrate National Christmas Tree Lighting

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45183031345 8e94d7ceb8 bAmid the chaos of DC, President Trump and the First Lady celebrated the the time-honored National Christmas Tree Lighting. 

President Trump wished everyone a "Merry Christmas." The President also thanked the workers from the National Park Foundation for their efforts in setting up the display, entertainers including the Dominican nuns from Ann Arbor, and students who designed tree ornaments.

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