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Thursday Top Headlines

EU trade, impeaching Rosenstein, Obama's al-Qaida cash, NoKo nukes, and more.

Media Editors · Jul. 26, 2018
  • Trump, EU leader agree to work toward “zero tariffs” (The Daily Signal)

  • Trump gets concessions from EU on trade, Dow surges more than 150 points (CNBC)

  • GOP lawmakers file resolution to impeach Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein (The Daily Wire)

  • Media gaslighting can’t hide fact Trump campaign was spied on (The Federalist)

  • Pompeo infuriates senators with brash defense of Trump (Washington Examiner)

  • Obama administration knowingly funded a designated al-Qaida affiliate (National Review)

  • House votes to delay ObamaCare health insurance tax (The Hill)

  • Republicans actually moved a good piece of immigration reform (The Resurgent)

  • Budget deficits are only getting bigger under Trump (National Review)

  • Cohen attorney Davis derided Tripp for recording Lewinsky (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Don’t be fooled by North Korea’s dismantling of rocket test site (The Daily Signal)

  • Bomb detonated outside U.S. embassy in Beijing (Washington Examiner)

  • Twitter “shadow-banning” prominent Republicans (Hot Air)

  • Facebook shares tank on slowing growth, wiping out billions in value (The Washington Post)

  • Trump’s star on Hollywood walk of fame destroyed with pickaxe (Daily Beast)

  • Sarah Sanders on banning CNN reporter from event: “To be clear, we support a free press” (Washington Examiner)

  • American pastor Andrew Brunson to leave Turkish prison and allowed to return to his home in Turkey (American Center for Law and Justice)

  • Humor: Trump admits he has no idea why evangelicals keep supporting him (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Trump’s art of the (trade) deal: U.S.-EU trade war averted — for now (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Policy: Why tax reform 2.0 is so important (The Daily Signal)

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