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Thu May 24, 2018 AT 4:35 PM EDT

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich praised President Donald Trump’s North Korea strategy Thursday on “Fox & Friends” while invoking former President Ronald Reagan. “Trump has ratcheted up the pressure — he’s made it very real,” Gingrich said. “I actually thought that Secretary Pompeo’s speech about the Iranians was also aimed at the North Koreans. It was a very tough speech and said basically, we’re going to take apart your economy. I think it’s sort of a reminder to the North Koreans. You don’t want to play nice? Fine. We’re a lot … reports The Daily Caller

Washington ExaminerAlmost Every Viral Police Confrontation Is Preceded by Police Being Provoked

The Washington TimesObama Media Is a Domestic Enemy

TownhallElon Musk Blasts Media’s Hypocrisy, Proposes a Website to Track Credibility

Hot Air: Trump on Discharge Petition: Don’t Bother Sending Me an Immigration Bill if It Doesn’t Include a Wall and Border Security

Independent Journal Review: Parkland Students Keep Pushing Gun Control — New Poll Shows How ‘Little’ Their Efforts Are Working

Thu May 17, 2018 AT 11:22 AM EDT

President Trump said Thursday that if unverified reports that the FBI had a mole inside his presidential campaign are confirmed, it would be a scandal to rival the greatest U.S. political scandal in the last century. “Wow, word seems to be coming out that the Obama FBI ‘SPIED ON THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN WITH AN EMBEDDED INFORMANT,'” Trump tweeted. “Andrew McCarthy says, ‘There’s probably no doubt that they had at least one confidential informant in the campaign.’ If so, this is bigger than Watergate!” the Washington Examiner reports.

Washington Times: President Trump: Report Shows FBI Spied on Trump Campaign Under Obama

Townhall: Rand: Today’s Vote Will Tell You Who the Real Conservatives Are

Daily Caller: Conrad Black: ‘Mueller Investigation Has Been Incompetent, Partisan’

Free Beacon: California Deputy District Attorneys Speak Out Against Soros Pouring Millions Into Local Races

Axios: Trump Gets Credit for Beliefs and Getting Things Done

Wed May 9, 2018 AT 6:13 PM EDT

President Trump has been railing against the Russia investigation, calling it a witch hunt – and voters are starting to agree. The Russia probe launched by the Department of Justice, quarterbacked by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and overseen by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is increasingly being viewed as a political stunt, according to a new CBS News poll, Townhall reports.

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