Exclusive – Armstrong Williams: Putting It All on the Line

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In the wake of recent anti-police backlash in New York and Baltimore, crime has spiked considerably in those cities. Murder rates, robbery and theft have risen in the wake of what many believe may be officers’ hesitance to engage suspects for fear of being caught up in some public controversy over how they do their jobs. Worse yet, officers may have started to question themselves and become more fearful for their own safety in the wake of such uncertainty.
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Fiorina: The Media Keeps Asking Me If I’m Running To Be VP ‘Because I’m a Woman’

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Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina said that she is repeatedly asked whether she’s really running for the vice presidency by the media because she’s a woman on Wednesday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel. Fiorina began by discussing CNN adjusting its criteria for its main debate, stating, “I’m grateful for all of that support, yours, Donald Trump’s, Ben Carson’s, and most especially, the thousands and thousands of grassroots activists across the country. I’m the only candidate that in that time has clearly moved up to the top 10 from the lower tier. I’m now in the top five from every single statewide poll, number four in the latest national poll. There’s no question that I’m among frontrunners. And so I think CNN did the right thing here, and I’m obviously enormously gratified by that.” Fiorina also commented on questions that she is only in the race to be vice president. She
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Kerry: ‘Probably Fair to Say’ Some of Cash Iran Will Get ‘May Find Its Way’ To ‘Nefarious Activity’

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Secretary of State John Kerry stated that “it is probably fair to say something may find its way to some bad or nefarious activity” regarding the money that will be released to Iran under the nuclear deal on Wednesday’s broadcast of CNN International’s “Amanpour.” Kerry said, “I keep hearing people talk about hundreds of billions of dollars that will be released. That is not what will happen. The money that has been held back in escrow is money actually that belongs to Iran, but it has not been delivered to Iran under the sanctions regime. It — the real amount is somewhere in the vicinity of 50 to 55 billion dollars. Much of that money is already spoken for in Iran, because of contracts with China, because of bad loans, because of balance of debt payments, because of infrastructure projects. And for Iran to bring its oil industry back to
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O’Reilly, Ramos Spar Over Kate’s Law, Illegal Immigration, Trump

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Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly and Univision and Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos sparred over illegal immigration, Kate’s Law, and Ramos’ confrontation with GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump in an interview aired on Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “O’Reilly Factor.” [NOTE: In a later segment, O’Reilly said that the interview with Ramos had to be cut for time, and the entire, unedited interview would be posted on his website, and that Ramos was aware of this.] O’Reilly began by asking, “You don’t want a border wall. You don’t want that. Okay? Why not?” Ramos answered, “It’s a complete[ly] absurd idea, why would you want to build a 1,900-mile wall between Mexico and the United States, if almost 40% of all immigrants come by plane, and they overstay their visas. So, based on some New York Times report, it would cost about $20 billion. So, clearly, Mr. Trump’s problems, and
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Boston Sports Talker on NFL Commish Goodell: ‘Hire Someone to Murder Him’

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In an appearance on CSNNE’s television program with Gary Tanguay on Wednesday, Kirk Minihane quipped the answer to solving the controversy facing embattled New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady over his DeflateGate woes was by somehow eliminating NFL commissioner Roger Goodell as factor. When asked how he would accomplish this, Minihane said, “Hire someone to murder him.” (h/t The Big Lead) Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor
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