FBN’s Dobbs: Uranium One ‘May Well Turn Out To Be the Biggest Scandal in American Political History’


While speaking with Peter Schweizer, the author of “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich,” and Breitbart News senior editor-at-large on Friday, Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs argued that the Uranium One deal could end up being the biggest scandal in the history of American politics. Dobbs said, “There is no clear statement as to why we would give up, for any reason, any price, 20% of our uranium in this country. And that is a question that is left open still unanswered. and secondly, have you ever heard of anyone putting $145 million, at one moment, into the hands of the Clinton foundation? And the answer is, of course not. These questions, most basic and fundamental, were armed by the very committee made up of the very agencies, departments, and individuals responsible for national security. this, this is the biggest Obama scandal. I think it may well turn out to be the biggest scandal in American political history.” Follow Breitbart.tv on Twitter @BreitbartVideo
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Jason Miller Responds to Bush and Obama Attacks on Trump: Thanks for the $20 Trillion in Debt You Left Behind

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Jason Miller, former communications director for Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, joined SiriusXM host Matt Boyle on Friday’s Breitbart News Daily to talk about the struggle between President Trump and both the Republican and Democrat political establishments.
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Wilson: ‘Amazing’ ‘I’ve Become So Important That the White House Is Following Me’ – ‘I’m a Rockstar Now’

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Miami’s 7News WSVN reported that during an interview on Thursday, Representative Frederica Wilson (D-FL) responded to criticisms from the White House by stating that it’s “amazing” that she’s become important enough to be followed by the White House and will have to tell her kids “I’m a rockstar now.” According to 7News, Wilson responded to White House Chief of Staff General John Kelly’s criticisms of her by stating, “Let me tell you what my mother told me when I was little. She said, ‘The dog can bark at the moon all night long, but it doesn’t become an issue until the moon barks back.’” Wilson also reportedly addressed criticisms from the White House and threats she says she received from white nationalists by saying, while laughing, “You mean to tell me that I have become so important that the White House is following me and my words? This is amazing. That’s amazing. That is absolutely phenomenal. I’ll have to tell my kids that I’m a rockstar now.” (h/t Washington Examiner) Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
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Report: Bill Clinton Asked Permission from Hillary’s State Dept. to Meet with Russian Nuclear Officials at Time of Uranium Deal

Former President Bill Clinton asked permission from then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s State Department to meet with Russian nuclear officials at a time when the Obama administration was considering a deal to allow a Russian state-owned company…
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Rush Limbaugh: ‘What Is This, the George W Bush Version of Hillary’s Deplorables?’


Thursday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh offered his thoughts on former President George W. Bush’s remarks earlier in the day that some have suggested were calling out supporters of President Donald Trump. In his remarks in New York City, Bush criticized bigotry and white supremacy in society and added that “nationalism distorted into nativism” was evident in politics. Limbaugh reacted by asking if this was Bush’s way of calling out the “deplorables” 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke out about publicly during her campaign. Partial transcript as follows (courtesy of RushLimbaugh.com): LIMBAUGH: George W. Bush did not say much of anything for the eight years of the regime of Barack Hussein O. He didn’t write a letter. He often said, “Hey, I had my eight years. I’m not gonna comment on my successor. It’s not the way we former presidents do things,” unless you’re Bill Clinton or Algore; then you do. But George W. Bush never did. I don’t think Bush had anything to say about Clinton when he took over in 2000, and I don’t think he had a thing to say while Obama was unwinding his agenda. And this, again, is something I
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Obama: We Reject the ‘Politics of Division’ That ‘We See Now’


Thursday at a campaign event in Newark, NJ for the New Jersey’s Democratic gubernatorial nominee Phil Murphy, former President Barack Obama said it was time for “rejecting a politics of division” because “some of the politics we see now, we thought we put that to bed.” Obama said, “You are going to send a message to the country, and you will send a message to the world that we are rejecting a politics of division. We are rejecting a politics of fear. We are embracing a politics that says everybody counts.” He added, “What we can’t have is the same old politics of division that we have seen so many times before that dates back centuries. Some of the politics we see now, we thought we put that to bed. That’s folks looking 50 years back. It’s the 21st century, not the 19th century, come on.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
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RNC Chair: Steve Bannon’s Mission ‘Is the Same as Mine’


Thursday on “Bloomberg Markets,” Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said she shared the same “mission” of getting “a better majority for the president going into 2018” with the former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon. Bannon has announced publicly he was targeting some Republican senators who support Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY). McDaniel said, “The great thing about the RNC is we stayed neutral and primaries for this very reason. When you have divisive primaries, and it is competitive, and tempers or emotions flare, we need to bring people together after the primary and let our purpose unite us because we want to keep those seats Republican. I do get concerned about too many primaries depleting resources and taking resources away from the general, so we’ll see what happens, but we are focused on keeping those seats and expanding our majority in the Senate.” She added, “Steve has done a great job for the president. He is engaged. He is emotional about these races. He is going to get involved of course he is; everybody should everybody should be engaged. Steve’s mission is the same as mine in the sense that we need to get a better majority for
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