Posts Tagged “President Donald Trump”

President Trump should offer alternative to biased Beltway media

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President Trump should offer alternative to biased Beltway media

President Trump should offer alternative to biased Beltway media One of President Donald Trump’s biggest hurdles has been the unethical and biased coverage of his administration by the mainstream American news media, mainly the biased Beltway news media that covers the White House. Biased media reporting is twisting and distorting Trump’s message. This week, press…

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Healthcare facts being twisted by news media

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Healthcare facts being twisted by news media

Healthcare facts being twisted by news media It’s hard enough to understand America’s healthcare system without the mainstream news media abandoning a helpful role and instead using the issue to advance its own partisan political agendas. Healthcare is so important and yet the news media and both political parties are twisting facts to spin support…

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Kathy Griffin and the real US extremism

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Kathy Griffin and the real US extremism

Kathy Griffin and the real US extremism I’m sick and tired of the anti-Trump jihadists who care more about destroying their political enemy, President Donald Trump, than they do about making American Great. Yes, Great Again! The anti-Trump critics are hypocrites who say and do anything to demonize the American President while turning their backs…

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Unpredictable Trump just what Arab World needs

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Unpredictable Trump just what Arab World needs

Unpredictable Trump just what Arab World needs My column at the Arab News this weeks discusses the reality of President Donald Trump and how his unpredictability is exactly what the Arab World needs today to undermine the fanatics, destroy the terrorist regime of Bashar al-Assad and achieve peace between Palestine and Israel By Ray Hanania…

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Growing extremism, not Fayyad, is the problem

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Growing extremism, not Fayyad, is the problem

Growing extremism, not Fayyad, is the problem Controversy over Salam Fayyad’s appointment as a UN deputy for Libya reflects fundamental weakness of the U.S. Approach to the Middle East. But it also exposes the hypocrisies of the pro-Arab and pro-Palestinian critics who profess anger over the snub By Ray Hanania When Salam Fayyad was Prime Minister…

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Trump resists condemnation of Two-States, predicts peace deal

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Trump resists condemnation of Two-States, predicts peace deal

Trump resists condemnation of Two-States, predicts peace deal President Donald Trump held a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offering enthusiastic support for Israel and a stronger approach against threats from Iran, hesitation on campaign promises to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem, but wavered when pressed on the issue of abandoning…

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Trump and the biased mainstream American news media

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Trump and the biased mainstream American news media

Trump and the biased mainstream American news media The news media has been out to get President Donald Trump ever since he proved them to be biased hypocrites and incompetent in doing their jobs. Media polling was historically inaccurate. Their reporting is incomplete and unprofessionally biased. The double standard and falsehoods are epic. From the false reporting…

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Despite End of World fear mongering, Embassy move not likely

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Despite End of World fear mongering, Embassy move not likely

Despite End of World fear mongering, Embassy move not likely President Donald Trump’s campaign rhetoric came to an abrupt halt this past week on many issues including one that Arab activists who have been asleep at the wheel for the past eight years have now grasped as an electrical charge for their protests, screams and continued…

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Presidents Obama, Trump and the “complacency of hope”

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Presidents Obama, Trump and the “complacency of hope”

Presidents Obama, Trump and the “complacency of hope” Why change needs to be defined not by eloquent and inspiring promises, but by a new energy in the Arab World to define itself, defend itself and fight for its own justices. The Arab World can’t rely on American presidents, inspirational words or on foreign powers Published in the…

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