October 09, 2018

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Haley Out

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U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley is set to resign from the Trump administration by the end of the year. No reason for her exit has been given, but the president said Haley made the decision months ago and during her time in office they had “solved a lot of problems." Also, the Hollywood political divide grows this midterm season as Kanye is set to meet with Trump at the White House and Taylor Swift triggered a mass voter registration campaign for younger Americans after breaking her political silence by endorsing two Democrat candidates.

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