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President Donald Trump's long-sought wall at the southern border has been a pillar of his campaign and administration.

Despite constant claims that Mexico would pay for it, Trump's frequently shown that he's willing to use taxpayer dollars for its funding—even if it means shutting down the government or diverting funds from the military.

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Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) has long been a target of the Right wing due to her vociferous opposition to President Donald Trump.

One of Waters' most vocal opponents, Omar Navarro, ran against the Congresswoman in 2016 and 2018, losing in a landslide both times. He intends to run against her again, but a recent development may have eliminated that possibility.

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California Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom thanked President Donald Trump on Thursday for securing a FEMA grant for Newsom's state as multiple wildfires continued to rage.

It wasn't long, however, until the bad blood between the two reignited, thanks to Donald Trump's Twitter feed. Again falsely claiming that California's wildfires were due to a lack of maintenance, Trump threatened to revoke federal aid from California in an unhinged Twitter thread.

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Former Senate candidate Don Grundmann and his group, the National Straight Pride Coalition (NSPC), announced last month intentions to hold a straight pride rally in its home town of Modesto, California.

Despite the NSPC's website claiming to celebrate the "inherent superiority" of whiteness and heterosexuality, Grundmann insisted its members aren't racist.

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World leaders gathered in Japan for the G20 Summit. While there, Russian President Vladimir Putin told the Financial Times:

"...the so-called liberal idea...has outlived its purpose...Our Western partners have admitted that some elements of the liberal idea, such as multiculturalism, are no longer tenable."

CNN anchor Jake Tapper reported on the remarks from Putin, sharing the link to the Financial Times article on Twitter.

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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - APRIL 26: US President Donald Trump gestures to guests at the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum at the 148th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits on April 26, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The convention, which runs through Sunday, features more than 800 exhibitors and is expected to draw 80,000 guests. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

In the wake of a deadly shooting at a California synagogue on Saturday, President Donald Trump offered his thoughts and prayers to the victims and their families. It was not well-received.

Trump sent the tweet after a 19-year-old gunman opened fire at the Chabad of Poway synagogue, killing one and injuring three others, including the temple's rabbi. According to eyewitnesses, the shooter's gun jammed, preventing him from furthering the slaughter. The suspect was arrested on site and the incident is being investigated as a possible hate crime.

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The Trump administration has been no friend to California. Whether the President is threatening to halt emergency funding to the state during a wildfire to berating the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, on Twitter, President Donald Trump has made his ire for the liberal bastion perfectly clear.

So it may have seemed uncouth when Vice President Mike Pence sent the California State Assembly a letter wishing its members a "productive and successful legislative session" on behalf of the President.

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