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Susan Rice calls President Trump’s uncertainty if he’ll accept the results of the upcoming election “concerning and disturbing”

Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice pushed back on potential criticism of the way she handled Benghazi, saying that it would be a GOP-led distraction if former Vice President Joe Biden chose her as his 2020 running mate. She was responding to "The View" co-host Joy Behar, who had asked her about Republican pushback. "If you were to be the vice president, Republicans would come after you for the way you handled the aftermath of the attacks in Benghazi. Now you got a lot of flak at the time for putting out what turned out to be inaccurate information about what happened," she said. See Also: Tucker Carlson grills Jim Jordan on reigning in Big Tech : "Why would Google give you money and why would you take it?" "Is this going to hurt your chances? How are you going to deal with that? You know they’re going to go after you with Benghazi, Benghazi, Benghazi. What are you going to do?" Rice responded by claiming that "not

The president’s daughter receives backlash for posting a photo of herself holding a can of Goya beans on Twitter

Ivanka Trump, White House adviser and first daughter, decided to use her lofty position on Tuesday to promote Goya beans. Predictably, memes and jokes followed. See Also: President Trump replaces campaign manager Brad Parscale with Bill Stepien, according to the NYT To be clear it's not all funny: The photo, using Goya's own tagline, almost certainly violated federal ethics regulations. A federal official like Trump, who is an advisor to the president, isn't supposed to use their position to promote a product. If you're wondering why in the hell Trump would promote beans, well, basically it's because the company's CEO, Robert Unanue, is a big supporter of her father. "We're all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump, who is a builder," Unanue said at a White House event on Thursday. See Also: 'T he View co-host Meghan McCain argues that 'any other Republican candidate would have done this ver

'The View' and 'Fox News' vehemently defend vilified St. Louis couple

"The View"  co-hosts accused a  St. Louis, Missouri , couple of overreacting by brandishing firearms when a group of protesters trespassed on their property. The incident occurred on Sunday, when protesters allegedly broke the fence leading to Mark and Patricia McCloskey's property. Footage of the encounter went viral with both pointing their guns at the protesters. "No. 1: if I were protesters, I would not appreciate having an AR-15 headed my way or a woman who seems crazed with her finger on the trigger," co-host  Joy Behar  said. "I would not enjoy that at all. I don't think any of these protesters had weapons." "The only other thing I wanted to say was that they claim that they are Black Lives Matter supporters. In that case, why not go out to these protesters and say 'I appreciate that you're protesting, I agree with you'? Acknowledge what they're doing and ... and basically sort of neutralize the possibility of

The View EL MELTS DOWN über Trumps Primetime-Sprache !!

Das ist furchtbar erfreulich - die linken Harpyien von The View sind bei Meghan McCain ausgeflippt und haben ihrer extremistischen Rhetorik an der Grenzmauer sowie der primetime-Rede von Trump nur eine winzige Korrektur vorgenommen. Unten sehen - es beginnt etwa um 4:45 Minuten: Fox News hatte eine Abschrift von vielen der Brouhaha: “So the crisis at the border, according to a Morning Consult political poll conducted Jan. 4 through 6, found 79 percent of all voters in the country think that there is a crisis or problem with illegal immigration on the southern border,” McCain, 34, began (via Mediaite). “[Daily Wire editor] Ben Shapiro had the best tweet, I think. All Democrats have to do is not be crazy to win 2020, because we have so much crazy right now.” McCain then brought up Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and the freshman House member’s appearance on Tuesday’s “Rachel Maddow Show” broadcast following Trump’s address, saying the 29-year-old congresswoman was “b