AUGUST 28, 2020

Report: Trump to pull 1,700 US troops from Iraq, reducing US presence by a third

President Donald Trump is planning to reduce its troop presence in Iraq by about a third, from 5,200 to about 3,500, according to unnamed U.S. officials who spoke with the Wall Street Journal. Those officials who spoke with the Journal said President Trump is expected to order the reduction of about 1,700 troops deployed in Iraq and they said the reduction will take place in the next two to three months. OUR President continues to wage peace--not war!

Trump pardons Alice Johnson

"We're giving Alice a full pardon. I just told her," Trump said in the Oval Office alongside Johnson on Friday afternoon. "That means you can do whatever you want in life. Just keep doing the great job you're doing. Alice has done an incredible job since she's been out, and recommending other people" to grant clemency.

Seattle Antifa group arrested in Kenosha with riot gear, controlled substances

Members of Riot Kitchen 206, "a no charge kitchen serving protestors, activists, movements and those in need in Seattle WA" have been arrested by authorities in Kenosha, Wisconsin after police suspected that they were "…preparing for criminal activity related to the civil unrest."

U.S. consumer spending rises strongly

U.S. consumer spending increased more than expected in July, boosting expectations for a sharp rebound in economic growth in the third quarter


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