President Donald Trump linked the suspected gunman in the Dayton mass shooting to liberal candidates and organizations Wednesday, even as he pushed back against critics who tied the ... Las Vegas Sun
VOA VIEW: If there is any fault other than the shooter, it's liberal fools.
Iran has been using GPS jammers to try and “spoof” commercial vessels into traveling through Iranian waters so they can seize them, according to federal officials The US Maritime Administration issued a new warning Wednesday for vessels operating in the Persian Gulf, Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman — urging them to be wary.... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Iran is looking for a major problem.
Twitter locked Sen. Mitch McConnell’s campaign account after he posted a video of protesters gathered in front of his Kentucky home, shouting that he should “die” and break his “little raggedy wrinkled-ass neck,” the company said. McConnell’s campaign posted the video Tuesday morning after his camp traded jabs with freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who slammed... New York Post
VOA VIEW: Twitter has shown it is bias and cannot be trusted.


US immigration officials raided several Mississippi food processing plants on Wednesday and signaled that the early-morning strikes were part of a large-scale operation targeting owners as well as employees. New York Post
Vice President Mike Pence this week said folks should battle critics by spending “more time on your knees than on the internet” — and Monica Lewinsky had a quick comeback. Pence was referring to prayer when he made the comment Tuesday, during a speech to a Christian organization, according to The Washington Times — but... New York Post
VOA VIEW: A minor confusion.
Congressional Democrats insisted that a new bill to make it easier for the police to take guns away from people deemed dangerous must be paired with an expansion of background checks. New York Times
The Democratic candidates lashed the president with their sternest denunciations yet of his exploitation of racism for political purposes and his resistance to gun control. New York Times
VOA VIEW: The Dems have gone made.
White House said President Donald Trump was treated like a "rockstar" and criticized several Ohio lawmakers for "mischaracterizing" the visit.        USA Today
VOA VIEW: The Mayor acted like a fool,
The human rights groups issued the travel warning over "high levels of gun violence," which Amnesty International referred to as a human rights crisis.        USA Today
VOA VIEW: The anti US ignorance is joining the fools.


President Trump traveled to hospitals in Texas and Ohio Wednesday to console victims recovering from mass shootings that left 31 dead, and he pledged to advance gun-control legislation, declaring himself "all in favor" of expanded background checks. With Democrats heaping more blame on the president for the shootings and some ... Washington Times
FEMA conducted a nationwide alert test to see how it could communicate in the event the internet goes down. ABC
VOA VIEW: The Internet should be protected.
Joe Biden, speaking in Iowa Wednesday, forcefully blamed President Trump for encouraging white supremacist violence in the wake of the weekend mass shootings. ABC
VOA VIEW: Biden is a fool.
The ruling clears the way for Puerto Rico's Justice Secretary Wanda Vazquez, who initially turned down the job, to become the island's governor. ABC

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Former Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel officially ended his 2020 presidential bid by endorsing Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. The campaign was almost entirely run by teenagers on social media. One of those teens, Gravel's former campaign manager David Oks, joined "Red and Blue" to talk about how he convinced the 89-year-old to run in the first place. CBS
Immigration enforcement authorities raided food processing plants across Mississippi on Wednesday, picking up 680 workers in what was being billed as the biggest single-day, one-state sweep in U.S. history, officials said. CNBC
VOA VIEW: A start.
Recent polls show farmers strongly support Trump, even amid rising tariffs with china. Experts say they're likely to stay on his side in 2020. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Farmers know what is best for them.


The House Judiciary Committee took another step toward possible impeachment proceedings, filing a lawsuit in federal court on Wednesday aimed at forcing former White House counsel Donald McGahn to testify about his interactions with President Donald Trump. CNBC
VOA VIEW: There is no rational legal reason to testify.
Just days after calling for unity in the wake of two mass shootings over the weekend, Trump lashed out at his Democratic opponents and a media figure en route from Dayton, Ohio to El Paso, Texas. CNBC
VOA VIEW: They are unworthy fools.
"We shouldn't tell people they can't purchase a 32-ounce soda. We shouldn't tell people they can't buy reproductive drugs," Visa CEO Alfred Kelly said. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Smart point.
U.S. President Donald Trump met victims and first responders from last weekend's deadly shootings in Texas and Ohio on Wednesday, and chanting protesters accused him of inflaming tensions with anti-immigrant and racially charged rhetoric. Reuters
VOA VIEW: The visit was more positive.

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U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday said his tough stance on China's economic and trade policies would ultimately benefit the American economy, even as Beijing signaled it could strike back by curbing sales of chemicals known as rare earths that are used in everything from iPhones to military equipment. Reuters
VOA VIEW: Trump will protect the US from China.
The U.S. agency responsible for government contracts on Wednesday released an interim rule for a ban on federal purchases of telecommunications equipment from five Chinese companies, including Huawei. Reuters
VOA VIEW: Nothing can be good coming from a Chinese company.
The U.S. agency responsible for preserving government records said on Wednesday that President Donald Trump and former President George W. Bush can review a request by House Democrats for the records of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Reuters

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China's top political liaison to Hong Kong warned Wednesday the island territory faces its most serious threat since it returned to Beijing's control 22 years ago, over the outcry related to a proposed extradition bill. UPI

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