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Trump admits North Korea played him, still cozying up to Kim Jong Un

August 24, 2018

Trump got taught the art of taking advantage of a self aggrandizing fool...

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Devin Nunes silent after Trump gang’s 16 convictions and guilty pleas

August 24, 2018

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is one of Trump’s most outspoken defenders. He even admitted, during a private fundraiser, that he uses his position as head of the House Intelligence Committee to shield Trump from scrutiny as the ongoing Russia investigation…

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Sounded Like a Broken Record After Cohen’s Guilty Plea

August 22, 2018

“He did nothing wrong, there are no charges against him.” That’s what White House Lie Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said over and over again in a press briefing after the earthshaking revelations, in former Trump attorney Michael Cohen’s guilty…

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Another former intel chief wants Trump to take his clearance away

August 19, 2018

Bid to silence intelligence experts just blew up in Trump's face as he makes a dangerous new "deep state" enemy...

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Rudy Giuliani literally just said, ‘Truth isn’t truth’

August 19, 2018

Somehow Rudy Giuliani managed to find a low lower than "alternative facts"

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Truth Tellers are a Force for Good — It’s Time to Empower Them

August 16, 2018

Here at Reverb Press we’ve always been a progressive publication. Conservatives would have you believe that’s simply bias, and bias is simply bad. But things are not that simple. In truth, we are as a nation in no less than…

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Sarah Sanders ‘sorry’ for lying about jobs to smear President Obama

August 15, 2018

Caught in a lie so big there was no escape, Sarah Sanders FINALLY apologizes (sort of).

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When Pipeline Companies Ignore Environmental Rules, Trump’s Government Drops the Rules

August 14, 2018

Agencies charged with protecting the people and the land, are doing the opposite.

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