Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) was asked by host Laura Ingraham where he stood on immigration — if it was in line with a proposal from Sens. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC), or one in line from Sens. Tom Cotton (R-AR) and David Perdue (R-GA). Rubio said he wasn’t aware of the specifics of those proposals, but offered his views, which included a border wall, ending the diversity lottery and instituting a merit-based system. “I can tell you what I believe in — I believe we do have to build a wall and improve our overall security like at airports with entry-exit,” he said. “I believe we should end the diversity lottery. I’ve been saying that for about five years. I believe we should move toward a merit-based system of immigration. I believe that we should find a way like the president asked, to deal with the people — or many of the people — that find themselves under a DACA designation. And I think the big debate is how do you put all of that together. And the way I view it is the president’s number one priority is border security.
The "Gang of Six" amnesty for millions of illegal aliens shielded from deportation by the President Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program should be rolled "straight into the trash can," Sen. Tom Cotton says.
Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security (NDS), the country's top intelligence agency, has detained a government employee for allegedly spying on behalf of state-sponsor of terror Iran, a move that appears to confirm that the pro-Taliban Islamic Republic has been expanding its covert operations in the U.S.-backed nation.
Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) said the supporters of President Donald Trump are “ignoble voters.” Clyburn said, “You know, Chris, I think there’s a little thing we talk about a lot, and it’s already been mentioned on the show. It’s one thing to have a base of support. It’s something else to have base supporters. Those are totally two different things. I beg to differ with those who say that this president is doing things to appeal to his base of support. No, he’s doing things to appeal to his base voters. Those people who are ignoble in their pursuit of stuff.” He added, “And I would ask any of your listeners to look it up, and you see a base voter is totally different from a base of voters. And that is what’s going on here. And so every time I hear them saying his base supporters, I think of the real meaning of a base supporter and the word, the best word I can think of is ignoble voters.” (h/t Grabien) Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
The Russian presidential race is heating up about as much as it’s going to, given the almost inevitable victory of incumbent President Vladimir Putin, but the country’s top independent pollster announced on Tuesday that it will no longer publish surveys about the contest due to fears it will be attacked by officials for “meddling.”
#Woke Wall Street Pushes Leftist Agenda on Corporate America" target="_blank"> The $6 trillion investment company demands that corporate leaders follow an agenda built around climate change fears and "diversity."
North Korea’s state-run newspaper Rodong Sinmun published an editorial on Tuesday sneering that President Donald Trump’s nuclear button tweet was the “spasm of a lunatic” and the “bark of a rabid dog.”
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says President Trump was "referencing" a merit-based immigration system and proper assimilation of immigrants when he mentioned Norwegian immigration to the U.S. during conversations last week at the White House
TEL AVIV -- The Trump administration on Tuesday informed the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which ministers to so-called Palestinian refugees, that it is providing tens of millions of dollars less than its annual pledge to the agency.
Soap opera star and Calvin Klein underwear model Antonio Sabato Jr., a candidate for Congress in California, is under fire for participating in a movie role that shows him simulating sex with a man and for appearing nude -- both of which, critics and rivals say, disqualify him from representing the Republican Party.
President Donald Trump’s doctor, Admiral Ronny Jackson, repeatedly reassured reporters during Tuesday’s White House press briefing that the President is in excellent physical and cognitive health and achieved a perfect 30 out of 30 score on an extensive cognitive test during last week’s physical exam.
Tuesday at a White House event with Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev, President Donald Trump told CNN’s chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta to get “out.” Referencing President Trump’s alleged “shithole” comments, Acosta asked, “Mr. President did you say that you wanted more people to come in from Norway? Is that true Mr. President?” Trump responded, “I want them to come in from everywhere. Everywhere. Thank you very much.” Acosta pressed, “Just caucasian or white countries, sir? Or do you want people from other parts of the world where there are people of color?” An aide said, “Thank you Jim,” as Trump pointed and said, “Out.” Acosta confirmed the incident on CNN’s “Wolf,” saying, “I’m not sure if you can hear the end of that there, Wolf, but as I tried to ask whether he wanted more people to come in just from white or Caucasian countries, he said, out. He pointed to me and said, out, as in ‘get out of the Oval Office.'” Watch: (h/t WFB) Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
U.S. federal courts have convicted at least 549 individuals of “international terrorism-related charges” between 9/11 and the end of 2016, including 402, or 73 percent, who are foreign-born, reveals a new report issued by the U.S. Departments of Justice (DOJ) and Homeland Security (DHS).
Filmmaker Judd Apatow took to Twitter Tuesday to accuse President Donald Trump of covering up the circumstances surrounding the mistaken missile alert warning in Hawaii this week that left the island's residents fearing for their lives.
#MeToo Movement: I’ll ‘Close My Mouth for a While’" target="_blank"> Actor Matt Damon says he's sorry for the anger-inducing string of comments he's made of late, for which he was accused by many of downplaying the culture of sexual misconduct currently upending much of the entreatment world.