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President Donald Trump ordered an air strike earlier this month that resulted in the death of Iran's top military official, Qasem Soleimani, while Soleimani was visiting Iraqi officials as a diplomat.

The move sent tensions with Iran skyrocketing, and resulted in retaliatory strikes on Iraqi military bases where American soldiers are stationed.

With Soleimani's death bringing the U.S. to the brink of yet another war in the Middle East, Americans wanted an explanation for why the assassination of Soleimani was urgent, and for how it improved the already growing tensions with Iran.

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The House Intelligence Committee submitted to the House Judiciary Committee its 300 page report of information gleaned from fact witnesses so far in the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.

In addition to reiterating the testimony of several witnesses regarding Trump's corrupt dealings with Ukraine, the report also highlighted call records between numerous key players in the Ukraine scandal.

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One of President Donald Trump's most ardent supporters, far-Right Fox News host Laura Ingraham, continues to defend the President's withholding of congressionally approved military aid to Ukraine in exchange for its President publicly declaring an investigation into Trump's political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.

The defenses are getting more and more ridiculous.

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The White House's top Ukraine expert, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, is the first witness who was on President Donald Trump's damning phone conversation with Ukrainian President Voldoymyr Zelensky to testify in the ongoing impeachment inquiry against the President.

Because Vindman is one of the few officials to go against the White House's pressure not to comply with subpoenas or even a modicum of oversight, bumbling Fox News personalities are implying that Vindman—a Purple Heart recipient—is a Ukrainian spy because he moved from Ukraine to the United States as a toddler.

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There's no shortage of Fox News hosts who leap over each other to gain the favor of President Donald Trump. The president has done more interviews with the folks at Fox than any other news network, and he tends to reward the hosts he favors most.

Just ask Sean Hannity of Hannity Tonight. He's often the first to interview Trump after the president's most newsworthy blunders, like the infamous Helsinki conference and one of the failed attempts at a peace deal with North Korea. The pair had a mutual—and now mutually reviled—lawyer, Michael Cohen. It's been reported that Hannity and Trump often even talk before bed.

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In the throes of an already divided political landscape, Fox News is facing frequent criticism for the flagrantly partisan coverage and outright lies told by the network's opinion journalists, including hosts Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham. Multiple presidential candidates have refused to appear in town halls on the network, accusing it of giving a megaphone to racism and ignorance.

Another presidential contender—Democratic South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg—is calling out the network as well, and this time he did it on the very network he was discussing.

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Author, Lip Sync Battle co-host and model Chrissy Teigen has a large following on Twitter: 11 million followers. Teigen is also not shy about speaking out on issues that affect women, mothers, immigrants and politics.

Teigen was one of the people blocked by President Donald Trump on Twitter, until a court ruled it was a legal violation. She and her husband, musical artist John  Legend also use their platform to raise awareness and money for causes they believe in.

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