Tomi Lahren attends the "Death Of A Nation" Premiere at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on July 31, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Greg Doherty/Getty Images)

Tomi Lahren of Fox News fame is largely recognized as a mouthpiece for anything from conservative to alt-right to White supremacist talking points. The Fox Nation host also frequently steps in it on Twitter.

Lahren has been called out numerous times for hypocritical declarations about Black and brown skinned people. Now she's done it again.

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As outcry mounts against the racist chants of his supporters at a Wednesday night rally in North Carolina, President Donald Trump attempted to distance himself from the moment that horrified Americans across the country.

While taking questions from reporters in the Oval Office, Trump claimed that he tried to stop his supporters' cries of "send her back," referring to Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN), by "speaking very quickly."

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Despite the Supreme Court temporarily blocking the measure, President Donald Trump is insisting that his administration will continue in its efforts to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census, even if it means delaying the constitutionally mandated count.

Democrats emphatically came out against the question's inclusion, fearing it would result in a lack of public resources due to Americans underreporting. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) even said the question's purpose is solely to "make America white again," alluding to Trump's infamous 2016 campaign slogan.

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President Donald Trump frequently rails against news outlets that publish factual, if unflattering, information about the efforts of his administration.

One of those publications, the New York Times, just clapped back.

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Project Manager James O'Loughlin explaining Border Wall prototypes to President Donald J Trump, San Diego, March 13, 2018. Image courtesy Ralph Desio/United States Department of Defense. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)

The issue of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants is—according to President Donald Trump and the rest of his administration and supporters—so pervasive it requires a national emergency, military intervention and a multi-billion dollar border wall. But another statistical study—this time by the Marshall Project—blows holes in much of the President's rhetoric.

Their crime analysis asked:

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Alan Dershowitz appears on Tucker Carlson Tonight on December 19, 2018. (Fox News/YouTube)

Fox News host Tucker Carlson continues to receive backlash over his comments regarding immigrants, which many called racist and xenophobic. This time the pushback came in the form of a guest on Carlson's own show, Tucker Carlson Tonight.

Retired Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz appeared on Carlson's show to discuss the legal implications for retired General Mike Flynn. But before that commentary began, Dershowitz stated he needed to say something to Carlson.

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ORANGE, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 09: A firefighter looks up at a water dropping helicopter circling the fire at Peters Canyon Regional Park on October 9, 2017 in Orange County, California. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

When the unprecedented wildfires swept through eastern Sonoma County, Napa and Mendocino counties in October they devastated hundreds of thousands of lives in mere hours. Reports rolled in over the next week of families who had made it out with minutes to spare, in only the clothes on their bodies, singed by the embers of their homes rising up around them as they dashed to safety in apocalyptic flames.

One group of people has been hit especially hard because they try to fly under the radar on the best of days—California’s undocumented immigrant population, who have been heavy targets of the Trump administration since it took office. Trump recently promised cities that report undocumented immigrants will receive tens of millions of dollars and additional law enforcement officers.

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