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Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) is a staunch Republican and vocal supporter of President Donald Trump.

So when activists with the anti-Trump veterans group Common Defense confronted Meadows to challenge his views on Trump's impeachment, Meadows attempted to disagree while remaining reverent.

Meadows reportedly said, "My people!" when approaching the veterans, but things quickly got awkward when the topic turned to the President.

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President Donald Trump's eldest son, Don Jr., has been making the rounds this week hawking his new book, Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us. It purports to be a guide that "leftist elites don't want you to read."

However, a cringeworthy moment in which Junior recounts his visit to Arlington National Cemetery is standing out for all the wrong reasons.

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The death of Congressman Elijah Cummings (D-MD) sent a wave of sadness through lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, but longtime friend of Cummings, Bobby Rankin, brought a much-needed moment of levity when eagle-eyed viewers saw him snub Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) while shaking the hands of bipartisan lawmakers.

Watch below.

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After the death of Senator John McCain of Arizona, many expected President Donald Trump to stop his attacks against the one-time Republican presidential candidate, US Navy veteran and Vietnam War POW. However the President has done anything but.

Despite McCain's death in August of 2018, in March of 2019 Trump still tweets attacks aimed at McCain. But one Southern GOP Senator has had enough.

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At the end of August, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to give his one-time rival, Republican Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, his standard endorsement message. However, unlike most of his other tweets that include the same phrase touting GOP strength, the President substituted an attack on Cruz's opponent.

In his message, Trump took a shot at El Paso, Texas, native, Democratic Representative Beto O'Rourke. The President called out O'Rourke as "a disaster for Texas - weak on Second Amendment, Crime, Borders, Military, and Vets!"

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One of the more absurd revelations coming from the tell-all book and secret White House recordings—made by a hand-picked appointee of President Donald Trump—involves a ridiculous argument Trump started with a group of veterans about the movie Apocalypse Now. Among their number were several who served in the war Trump opted out of: Vietnam.

Having chosen advisers and administration officials unprepared and completely incompetent in matters involving the federal government, the behind the scenes look at the early days of the Trump White House exposed a comedy of errors.

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The planned military parade President Donald Trump wanted ever since seeing a special Bastille Day parade in Paris, France, in 2017, gives people a few important points to ponder. *see end of article for continuing updates to this story

The foremost issue for many remains the fact that among the most vocally opposed to the parade Trump claims would honor active duty military and veterans, are active duty military and veterans.

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