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Faculty and members of Taylor University's 2019 graduating class took a stand at the school's commencement ceremony Saturday, walking out minutes before Vice President Mike Pence gave his address.

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The Trump administration requested paperwork from the Justice Department to pardon service members who are known to have committed war crimes.

According to the New York Times, among those who will be pardoned on or around Memorial Day is Navy SEAL, Chief Eddie Gallagher.

In 2017, Gallagher was accused of killing a 15-year-old ISIS fighter who was wounded.

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President Donald Trump spoke to Fox News Channel's The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton in an exclusive interview that will air Sunday.

In the interview, they discussed 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg (Boot-edge-edge), his same-sex marriage and what it means to have an openly gay presidential candidate at this time in the United States.

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Comedian Tom Arnold is linked to a bizarre relationship between Michael Cohen and evangelical leader Jerry Falwell Jr. that led to an endorsement of Donald Trump in 2016.

Cohen, who was Donald Trump's former "fixer," and who is currently behind bars for lying to Congress and federal campaign violations, recalled a conversation with the conservative Christian leader seeking consult for racy photographs.

The conversation was covertly recorded by Arnold on March 25 and was obtained by the Wall Street Journal.

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In 2016, Donald Trump became the first presidential candidate notorious for withholding his tax returns.

His adamant refusal to comply with congressional demands of releasing his tax information raised many red flags and confirmed our suspicions that the then-real estate mogul was always a fraudster and a terrible businessman.

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Donald Trump, the king of holding grudges, is still hitting us over the head and maintaining his innocence weeks after vindicating himself from charges of obstruction.

As the countdown to 2020 is clicking, albeit not fast enough, Trump complained online about the drawn-out Russia investigation and managed to misspell another word.

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Donald Trump solemnly doled out thoughts and prayers towards the victims of violent attacks on churches at an interfaith dinner before Thursday's National Day of Prayer.

But then, the conversation veered off course with news he couldn't delay any further.

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