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APRIL 20, 2017

     Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly warned Tuesday that the next terror attack could be committed by enemies sneaking through America's southern border, as he defended the tough actions being taken by the Trump administration to secure the region. “I'm staying up late at night every night to try to prevent that from happening. So that's what keeps me ... awake at night,” Kelly said of the terror threat. He made the comments during a Q&A session following a speech at George Washington University. In the address, he called the administration’s fight against illegal immigration “really remarkable” and pushed back on criticism from Capitol Hill -- saying lawmakers can either change the law or "shut up."  Terror from anywhere should keep all awake night and day.

     Donald Trump began his presidency with a handful of strengths in the eyes of the public despite lower-than-usual approval ratings, but two new polls suggest that those positive reviews are souring as the 100-day mark of Trump's term approaches. A Gallup poll released Monday found just 45% of Americans say Trump "keeps his promises," down from 62% who said so in early February. That same poll found a dip in the percentage saying Trump "can bring about changes this country needs," from 53% in February to 46% now.  Don't listen to CNN's liberal anti Trump diatribe.

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