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Explosive allegations from an upcoming memoir by former National Security Advisor John Bolton are strengthening the case for additional witnesses at the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

According to Bolton's manuscript, the President sought as recently as September to withhold $391 million in congressionally approved aid to Ukraine until its President announced investigations into his political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.

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Since announcing a formal impeachment inquiry in September and holding impeachment hearings in the House Intelligence and Judicial Committees, support for impeaching and removing President Donald Trump from office is now greater than opposition.

Even a recent Fox News poll indicated that 50% of the country wants Trump removed from office.

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President Donald Trump announced on Twitter Tuesday morning that Head National Security Advisor John Bolton would be leaving the Trump administration.

The news comes after reports that Bolton advised against a planned meeting between Trump and leaders of the Taliban at Camp David on the week of the 18th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.

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After a shooter who killed 22 people in an El Paso, Texas shopping center described his massacre as a response to the "Hispanic invasion of Texas," Americans noted that President Donald Trump frequently used the term "invasion" to describe Latinx immigrants.

The ideological parallels between the shooter's manifesto and Trump's anti-immigration talking points are chilling.

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Members of congress who toured migrant detention centers in Texas on Monday recounted the squalid conditions that undocumented migrants in the overcrowded facilities are living in. Multiple representatives said that migrants were told to drink from the toilet, were going days without showers, and living with 15 people in one cell.

Yet Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade likened the situation simply to an overcrowded house party.

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Fox News was working overtime Tuesday morning ahead of President Donald Trump's press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May. Trump's approval rating in the United Kingdom—where his presence has brought massive protests complete with Trump baby blimps and even robots—is a measly 21 percent.

One Fox and Friends host had to reach even further than usual to make the president, his family, and his administration look good.

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"Fox and Friends" host Brian Kilmeade had nothing but praise for President Donald Trump after a New York Times investigation produced records revealing Trump lost $1.17 billion dollars over a ten-year period. That's so much money, in fact, that Trump was able to avoid paying income taxes for eight of the 10 years.

“He lost a lot of money over the course of 10 years, if you consider a billion dollars a lot of money," Kilmeade said before referring to Trump as a "bold" businessman, adding:

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