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Watch Trump Dismantle Your Will to Live During His Unhinged Rally

Andrew Harnik/AP/REX/Shutterstock President Donald Trump went on a 90-minute extended rant during his rally in Wisconsin on Saturday night, programmed against the White House Correspondents Dinner that he refused to attend. During his unhinged monologue, the president said many ridiculous things that will sap your will to continue living in this nightmare dystopia, including: accusing mothers and doctors of executing newborns, calling the media “sick” and ex-FBI officials “scum,” claiming credit for the “sick” idea of sending undocumented immigrants to sanctuary cities, and doing an impression of the Saudi king’s accent. Speaking about abortion, Trump brought up a lie he’s been touting for a while: that newborn babies are “executed” by their mothers and doctors. He accused Democrats of “aggressively pushing extreme late-term abortion, allowing children to be ripped from their mothers’ womb right up until the moment of birth.” Then, he went even further, saying, “The baby is born, the mother meets with the doctor, they take care of the baby, they wrap the baby beautifully, and then the doctor and the mother determine whether or not they will execute the baby. Here's Trump making another false & unspeakably dangerous claim about abortion: "The baby is born; the mother meets with the doctor. Then the doctor & mother determine whether or not they will execute the baby." “These were dirty players… They’re just leaving because they got caught like nobody ever got caught.” Wow — Trump refers to the FBI and DOJ leaders he's purged from government as "scum" pic.twitter.com/mkjiWZ68cp — Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 28, 2019 The president also said he was “proud” of his “sick” idea to ship undocumented immigrants to sanctuary cities. Trump says sending illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities was his “sick idea” https://t.co/vCzpWKoYwh pic.twitter.com/idJYdjpZOT Speaking about America’s relationship with Saudi Arabia, Trump talked about his defense of Saudi King Salman in the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. “I said, King, We are losing our ass defending you, King, and you have a lot of money,” Trump claimed he said to Salman. pic.twitter.com/TVFMHdz9Oo — Tomthunkit™ (@TomthunkitsMind) April 28, 2019 Before the rally, Trump promised it would be “very positive,” unlike the White House Correspondents Dinner.
Democrats demand documents on Trump's sanctuary city plan

Democrats demand documents on Trump’s sanctuary city plan

Trump's critics say the proposal to move detained migrants to congressional districts represented by Democrats is an effort to punish the president's political opponents; Kevin Corke reports from the White House. #AmericasNewsroom #FoxNews FOX News operates the FOX News Channel…

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President Trump turned up the heat on the immigration debate to scalding this week. NPR's Ron Elving joins us. And, you know, Homeland Security officials had been denying this idea was really under consideration right up until the president said he was still thinking about it. ELVING: Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned under pressure. And that's a trade-off that the president apparently likes. SIMON: We didn't get the Mueller report this week, redacted or otherwise, but Attorney General Barr still managed to keep his name in the news. So it was amazing to hear him make such statements without having that information. President Trump was once a big fan of Julian Assange's, wasn't he? ELVING: Said he was. SIMON: NPR's Ron Elving, thanks so much.

Ex-Obama Border Patrol chief supports idea of sending migrant detainees to sanctuary cities

Mark Morgan, former Border Patrol chief under President Obama, said Monday he supports an idea floated by President Donald Trump to send immigrants from the border to sanctuary cities. Make no mistake, they could have prevented this (border crisis) and they failed to do so and then every time this current administration tries to come up with an option, they shoot it down. The border patrol, ICE, their facilities are overwhelmed, the faith-based organizations and other non-governmental organizations are overwhelmed. They have no choice. They’re going to have to start pushing these individuals out. Shouldn't we kind of share the burden throughout the country?” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders confirmed to "Fox News Sunday" that President Trump's prospective plan to send illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities is undergoing a "complete and thorough review," days after Democrats, who have fought to protect illegal immigrants from federal authorities, characterized the possible move as a dangerous stunt. "But until we can fix the crisis at the border, we have to look at all options. “This is again his manufactured chaos that he’s (President Trump) created over the last two years on the border,” said Thompson. Morgan, who served in the last six months of the Obama administration and a seemingly unlikely source of support for President Trump, said in response, “I’m here and I've broken my silence for one reason: because it’s fact.” He added, “What the president is saying and what they're trying to do as far as the policy goes, it’s based on reality and fact and I know that because he’s listening to the experts. Anyone who says this a manufactured crisis is absolutely misleading the American people.” Morgan then added there are “some questions of legality” as well as “some issues with logistics” with Trump's prospective plan.
Homan slams California's sanctuary laws after cop murdered

Homan slams California’s sanctuary laws after cop murdered

Tom Homan, former acting director of ICE, reacts to the murder of a Newman, California police officer by a suspect who is in the U.S. illegally. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking…

Texas files first ‘sanctuary cities’ lawsuit against San Antonio

In a video statement, Attorney General Ken Paxton said San Antonio Police Chief William McManus ordered the release of the immigrants when his officers responded to a suspected human smuggling operation in the back of a tractor-trailer. "A San Antonio police officer alerted federal immigration authorities, but Police Chief William McManus ordered the release of the immigrants in violation of Senate Bill 4," Paxton said. In the lawsuit filed in a Travis County district court, Paxton named McManus, the San Antonio Police Department, the city of San Antonio and San Antonio City Manager Sheryl Sculley as defendants. In a 25-page complaint, Paxton alleges that McManus "skirted normal San Antonio PD protocol by ignoring repeated requests by homeland security to investigate and take custody of the suspected illegal aliens." "Chief McManus called a private entity to take the aliens away from Homeland Security, and their status remains unknown," Paxton said. "The police department did not sufficiently check the background or criminal history of the suspected aliens, nor did it contact Texas Child Protective Services to investigate the safety of a minor who was being smuggled." Paxton petitioned the court to force the city of San Antonio and its police department to comply with requests from federal immigration authorities. "Senate Bill 4 guarantees cooperation among federal, state and local law enforcement to protect Texans," Paxton said. "The very reason law enforcement officials from across the state are against SB 4 is that it ruins the trust and relationship between officers and the communities they serve," said Manny Garcia, the party's deputy executive director. A federal district court in San Antonio temporarily blocked the law last August, but a federal appeals court allowed the majority of it to go into effect in March.
Chaffetz blasts Philadelphia mayor on sanctuary cities

Chaffetz blasts Philadelphia mayor on sanctuary cities

Fox News contributor and former Congressman Jason Chaffetz lambasts the Democratic mayor of Philadelphia after a video emerged of him cheering Philadelphia becoming a sanctuary city. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking…
Gutfeld: NYC, San Francisco have rich, guilty liberals

Gutfeld: NYC, San Francisco have rich, guilty liberals

'The Five' co-host Greg Gutfeld on the deterioration of San Francisco, the growing urban decay of NYC and his new book, 'The Gutfeld Monologues.' #Tucker FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news…
Philadelphia blocking ICE from arrest database

Philadelphia blocking ICE from arrest database

Fox & Trends with Carley Shimkus. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The number one network in cable, FNC has been the most watched…
Tucker: Left doesn't believe in borders, citizenship

Tucker: Left doesn’t believe in borders, citizenship

Tucker: It's surreal to watch Democratic politicians in California encourage foreign nationals to vote in our elections. Our offices won't be far behind, and the trend is growing. The Left rejects the notion that America is even a country. It’s…