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Trump to Liberty University Grads: 'We Don't Worship Government, We Worship God'

Trump to Liberty University Grads: 'We Don't Worship Government, We Worship God'

More than 18,000 people graduated today - most of those online students, but a couple thousand here on campus. President Trump has had a tough week but was finally able to be among his fans on Saturday, when he delivered his first commencement address as president to an estimated 50,000 people at Liberty University.



Trump lawyers: Documents show no undisclosed Russian income

President Trump fired Comey Tuesday - telling NBC News Thursday that the former FBI director was "a showboat" - as the agency continues his investigation into Russian meddling in the November election. In his post, Scherbak said that he had undergone all White House security checks. "And we think that we've actually, by removing Director Comey, taken steps to make that happen".



Trump praises virtues of being an 'outsider'

In his remarks, Trump drew parallels to his longshot presidential bid. Trump said Saturday that he could name a new director by Friday, when he departs on his first foreign trip as president to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy and Belgium. Trump has given the commencement address and he's citing the class of 2017, "dressed in cap and gown graduating to a totally brilliant future". "No one has ever achieved anything significant without a chorus of critics standing on the sidelines explaining why ...



Confederate statue of Jefferson Davis removed in New Orleans; controversy continues

ET. Police on horseback stood sentry nearby, in the event of demonstrations. Following the 2015 shooting that killed nine people, SC took down the Confederate flag from its statehouse grounds. "Today we continue the mission. What fueled it in New Orleans was how prominent they were in the city". To Burkhalter, those who want to keep the Confederate monuments and those who would tear them down are separated by a century.


White House cites rumor, innuendo in criticizing Sally Yates

White House cites rumor, innuendo in criticizing Sally Yates

According to intelligence officials, the two discussed sanctions imposed by President Barack Obama to punish Russian Federation for its efforts to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. Former National Intelligence Director James Clapper also is testifying . After the hearing Monday, Trump claimed in a tweet that Yates said "nothing but old news".



Mother of 8-year-old boy who killed himself speaks out

Following her son's death, Reynolds also released a statement. Cincinnati police have not filed charges in the case. In the video it appears he shakes hands with a student then falls to the floor. Her attorneys counter that Reynolds decided on her own to pick him up and took him to the hospital after her sister, who was baby-sitting while Reynolds was at work, called to say Gabriel had vomited and was complaining of stomach pains.