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US announces new sanctions against Venezuela's state-owned oil company

The Trump administration on Monday announced new sanctions against Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, ramping up pressure on President Nicolás Maduro to give up power.National security adviser John Bolton told reporters at the White… Source: The Hill

Trump rips into Fox News over shutdown, border wall coverage

President Trump on Sunday blasted a pair of Fox News reporters over their coverage of the border wall negotiations, claiming that they have “less understanding” than journalists at “fake news CNN & NBC.””Never thought I’d say this but… Source: The Hill

Graham says Trump floated using military force in Venezuela

President Trump reportedly broached the idea of using military force in Venezuela in a conversation with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) earlier this month. Graham recounted the exchange to Axios, telling the news outlet that Trump asked him… Source: The Hill

DHS has ‘ongoing difficulties’ meeting hiring goals: report

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has experienced “ongoing difficulties” as it seeks to meet President Trump’s goal of hiring 15,000 new immigration officers and border agents, a DHS official told The Los Angeles Times in a report… Source: The Hill

Trump cites 'ridiculous' costs of illegal immigration amid wall push

President Trump on Sunday asserted that the U.S. has already incurred nearly $19 billion in costs related to illegal immigration in 2019, and called it “ridiculous” that millions of immigrants are living in the U.S illegally.Trump claimed in a tweet… Source: The Hill

Poll: Most Americans think US is on wrong course

A majority of Americans – 63 percent – said in a new poll that the nation is headed in the wrong direction.Only 28 percent of respondents in the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released early Sunday said the nation is on track.NBC News… Source: The Hill

Trump returns to 'rampant' voter fraud theme following Texas investigation

President Trump early Sunday pushed questionable claims about Texas officials reviewing voter rolls to warn of “rampant” voter fraud” and advocate for “Strong voter ID.”The president alleged that 58,000 non-citizens voted in… Source: The Hill