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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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Hunter Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, is facing criticism from Republicans for his using his famous last name to get ahead in life.

But some of the most vocal critics are turning heads for being seemingly oblivious to the fact that they too have benefited from their rich and famous relatives.

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Well, the annals of Dictators on Horseback just got a dazzling new entry.

Step aside, Vladimir Putin...

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President Donald Trump infamously said that he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose any supporters.

Now, one former Trump supporter is saying the opposite:

He wouldn't support Trump again even if the President were divine.

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Best-selling horror author Stephen King, whose latest book The Institute: A Novel came out in September, pulled no punches on Monday when he gave a scathing nickname to President Trump's approach to foreign policy.

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Craig Stivender is a Republican running for sheriff of Colleton County, South Carolina.

To kick off his campaign advertising, he released a video of some of the things he has done that were wrong in an attempt to avoid a scandal later.

Included in that video was a photo of him wearing blackface to a Halloween party in 2009.

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Since President Donald Trump decided to withdraw the military from Syria and abandon the United States' Kurdish allies who safeguard ISIS prisoners, the President's ardent supporters in the GOP struggled with how to respond.

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