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President Donald Trump has been very clear about his stance on any protests against police brutality, racial inequality and injustice that occur during the national anthem.

Less clear is his stance on his own behavior.

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Last week, President Donald Trump ordered an airstrike that killed Iran's top general, Qasem Soleimani, worsening the growing tensions between the United States and Iran.

As millions gathered to mourn Soleimani, Iranian leaders vowed to take "harsh revenge" against the United States.

It's unclear what form this revenge will take. So far, Iran has said it's no longer bound by the Obama-era nuclear agreement limiting the country's enrichment of Uranium. Hackers attributed to Iran also appeared to hack the Federal Depository Library Program website to feature an image of a battered Trump and a condemnation of the strike.

There's likely more to come, but the specifics have yet to be revealed.

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Protesters stormed the United States embassy in Iraq on Tuesday morning in response to a U.S. airstrike that killed 24 fighters in an Iranian-backed militia.

Though none of the protesters or the fires they started infiltrated the main embassy buildings, they did penetrate the outer level of security before Iraqi security forces could secure the facility. Protesters have vowed to camp outside the embassy indefinitely.

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Trump family members Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Paul Morigi/WireImage)

The Secret Service incurred additional costs at the beginning of the Trump presidency as First Lady Melania Trump opted to stay in the couple's gold plated penthouse in New York City. Since then, the Secret Service continues to record extra costs associated with President Trump's almost weekly ventures to his own properties.

Now, the Department of Homeland Security agency is looking at the purchase of jet skis due to the First Family's enjoyment of water sports.

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May 2, 2011: President Barack Obama and his national security team watch anxiously as Seal Team Six successfully storms a compound in Pakistan where Osama bin Laden, wanted for orchestrating the 9-11 attacks, is hiding.

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President Donald Trump plans to travel to his Palm Beach, Florida club, Mar-a-Lago, over the course of 16 days between December 21 and January 6 according to FAA flight alerts. The private members-only club charges a $200,000 membership fee plus $14,000 annually for a chance to hobnob with the President and perhaps gain an ambassadorship or other presidential favor.

The Trump Organization owns and profits from the club.

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By now most people have heard about a restaurant owner in Lexington, Virginia, asking White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders to leave their business based on the owner and staff's deeply held beliefs, something Sanders' boss, President Donald Trump, frequently defends to his evangelical Christian base.

However it appears that benefit, being able to deny service based on deeply held beliefs, is reserved for those who support Trump. Monday morning, the president of the United States denigrated a private business on Twitter because they exercised a right he and Sanders defended in the past.

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