President Donald Trump's administration has seen a record number of personnel turnovers in the nearly three years he's been President.

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At the Santa Monica pier in California, a group of protesters gathered to speak out against President Trump.

But when the protesters encountered a group of Trump supporters, "everything went to crap" according to Sgt. D. Hicks of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

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Retired U.S. Navy Admiral and former commander of the U.S. Special Operations Command William McRaven—who organized and oversaw the operation that executed Osama bin Laden—has long been a critic of President Donald Trump.

In 2018, he called out Trump for removing the clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan for Brennan's critiques of Trump. McRaven wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post titled "Revoke My Security Clearance Too, Mr. President," leading to further attacks on his character from the President.

Now, McRaven is back with a new op-ed—and this time it's even harsher.

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President Trump faced fierce backlash after justifying Turkey's invasion of Syria on Thursday by saying that they needed to have parts of northern Syria "cleaned out."

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On Thursday, October 17, Mick Mulvaney, Donald Trump's acting White House Chief of Staff and Director of the Office of Management and Budget, admitted to reporters that the Trump administration had engaged in a quid pro quo arrangement with Ukraine.

Our country would send continued military aid to ward off Russia in exchange for their help in investigating Trump's political opponents.

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People were stunned when a bizarre letter sent by President Donald Trump to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan last week was released by the White House.

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White House adviser Peter Navarro—a crucial figure in President Donald Trump's ongoing trade negotiations with China—cites a Harvard graduate and U.S. veteran in his many books about China.

That veteran's name is Ron Vara, and he doesn't exist.

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