Giuliani told Fox & Friends that blatantly anti-Trump reporters should just drop the veneer of pretending to be impartial.

“I was on that show [Meet the Press] during the campaign under difficult circumstances any number of times, including all of the others. And, my God, the venom is enormous. They don’t like him, and they’re looking for things to pick on.”

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Seattle Protesters Armed with Wooden Poles, Heavy Pipes, Shields

The Seattle Police Department has recovered “wooden poles, heavy pipes, and shields” from left-wing protesters, amidst anti-Trump and anti-MILO protests taking place in the city.

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[Editor’s note: What happened to “They go low, we go high”?]

Unrest erupted in Seattle on Friday evening partially in response to the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Large crowds of protesters are also gathering at the University of Washington, where an event with Breitbart editor MILO is taking place.

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Newt Gingrich “Democrats boycotting Trump’s inaugural make themselves look ‘small and silly'”

‘Why would you abandon America?’ Newt Gingrich says Democrats boycotting Trump’s inaugural make themselves look ‘small and silly’ as their numbers grow to 65

‘If you’re a member of Congress, if you work that hard to get to be a part of the system … all they’re doing is make themselves look small and silly,’ Newt Gingrich told ‘Fox & Friends’ hosts.

And the onetime conservative revolutionary, who led the Republican Party to a House majority in 1994 after four decades of back-benching, warned Democrats that their partisan stand could backfire.

‘I mean, their left loves them. But as we used to learn the hard way, you know, you can have your partisans love you for a long time and stay in the minority.

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FAKE NEWS: CNN Pushes Vicious, Baseless ‘White Nationalist’ Smear Against MILO

CNN have refused to correct an article that falsely brands Breitbart Senior Editor MILO as a “white nationalist,” “racist,” and “alt-right.”
In the article entitled “Hail Trump? White nationalists already losing faith in President-elect,” CNN attempts to associate MILO with individuals such as ex-KKK member David Duke, Daily Stormer founder Andrew Anglin, and alt-right icon Richard Spencer, despite the fact that all three have often vocally opposed him, and have repeatedly proclaimed that he is not a member of the alt-right.

The news outlet described MILO as “a known extremist,” adding, in the past-tense, that he “wrote for Breitbart news,” despite the fact that MILO is a current senior editor of Breitbart News.

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Michael Moore Exposed!

Should a 400 lb man advise us on the evils of over-consumption?
Should the resident of a million-dollar apartment claim to be a poster boy of the working class?

Should a person who thought that Enron was a great investment, that Ralph Nader, Wesley Clark and John Kerry would win, and that North Korea’s Kim Jong was changing for the better, advise us on ANYTHING?

Michael Moore is a paradox. A millionaire who boasts of wealth as proving his value — “I’m a millionaire, I’m a multi-millionaire. I’m filthy rich. You know why I’m a multi-millionaire? ‘Cause multi-millions like what I do. That’s pretty good, isn’t it?”

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Harvard Is ‘Billionaire-Making’ University

Talk to any successful person in business and they will tell you that developing a strong network is half of the battle. As far as schools go, Harvard is the perfect example of the “network effect” at work.

To date, a total of 35 of the richest 500 people in the world have emerged from the storied halls of Harvard. In fact, more billionaires have graduated from Harvard than all of those hailing from Saudi Arabia and Spain combined.


Two Celebs Speak Mind on Trump

Rosie O’Donnell Calls for Martial Law to Delay Trump Inauguration

The 54-year-old comedian took to Twitter Wednesday night to call for the suspension of regular presidential succession rules until such time as Trump could be “cleared” of all the “charges” against him. O’Donnell didn’t specify to which charges she was referring.

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Nicole Kidman: ‘We As a Country Need to Support’ Donald Trump

“[Trump is] now elected and we, as a country, need to support whoever is the president,” the star told UK television host Victoria Derbyshire. “That is what the country is based on. And however that happened, it happened, and let’s go.”

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