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Laura Ingraham blasts Pelosi and Dems over impeachment ‘fiasco’

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Laura Ingraham mocked Democrats and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over their impeachement “blunder,” comparing it to President Trump’s recent conflicts with Iran.

“President Trump’s enemies at home and abroad are really frustrated right now. I can’t really blame them. They keep launching attacks, but the president just keeps getting stronger and the Republicans more unified,” Ingraham said on “The Ingraham Angle.” “Last night, Iran, of course, fired their show missiles into Iraq where our troops are stationed, doing some damage, but without casualties. Thank goodness. But that’s not the only assault on this president that’s fizzled. At home, we see the same with the impeachment fiasco.”

SEN. TIM KAINE: US STRIKE ON SOLEIMANI WAS NOT ALLOWED BY BUSH-ERA MILITARY FORCE AUTHORIZATION

Ingraham criticized  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi saying she pictured her playing “San Francisco Hold’em.”

“She has their cards close to the vest, but it really means she just doesn’t want a Senate trial after all, because she won zero concessions from Mitch McConnell and now members of her own party are turning against her,” Ingraham said.

Ingraham said Pelosi should admit defeat.

“I think Pelosi should just raise the white flag and admit that caving to the impeachment demands of the radicals in her caucus, it was just a huge blunder,” Ingraham suggested.

The host called out Democrats for their negative predictions saying they were wrong.

“Think about all the hyperbole that we’ve heard from Democrats recently. ‘Trump’s dealings on Ukraine will bring down his presidency. Then it was his ordered killing of Soleimani will trigger asymmetrical attacks, mass carnage,'” Ingraham said.  “Well, this is nothing more than the dark art of projection.”

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Ingraham advised Pelosi, Democrats and Iran to think before launching any new “assaults” on the president.

“Given Trump’s uncanny resilience in the face of their repeated attacks, both the Democrats and Iran would do well to think twice before launching any new assaults,” Ingraham said.

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Oliver North: Trump can launch an attack that would shut Iran down ‘completely’

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Retired Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North responded to President Trump’s national address Wednesday, and shed light on actions taken by the president to aid U.S. troops amid rising tensions in the Middle East.

“I was pleased to see him explain to the world why we did what we did,” North said on “Hannity” of Trump’s decision to order a drone strike that killed Iran Gen. Qassem Soleimani. “I don’t think he [Trump] backed down at all. I think he laid out the parameters that if you kill an American, someone in Iran is going to be paying the price for that.”

TRUMP ADDRESSES NATION AFTER MISSILE STRIKES 

North also praised Trump for his efforts to aid American forces stationed in the Middle East and slammed the mainstream media for their failure to cover the issue.

“Let me give you three things that he will never get credit for because the rest of the so-called mainstream media doesn’t want the American people to know it,” North said.

IRAN’S SUPREME LEADER CALLS MISSILE STRIKE AT BASES A ‘SLAP IN THE FACE,’ WARNS IT’S NOT ENOUGH

“Way back in May, he [Trump] convinced the Russians not to sell one of the finest and most effective aircrafts in the world… to Iran. Now, people didn’t hear boo. They didn’t look at it,” said North.

“Number two, last week he started delivering … missiles and aircraft out there to the [Middle Eastern] region,” he added.

IRANIAN OFFICIAL TWEETS PHOTO OF IRANIAN FLAG AFTER ATTACK ON US TROOPS IN IRAQ

“Then, this week they started sending six B-52s. A B-52 is a standoff weapon. They carry 20 cruise missiles. Twenty times six. That’s a whole bunch of cruise missiles coming down in your oil refinery,” North said. “We can launch an attack that will shut the country down completely.”

“Those are the kinds of things that he started in motion months ago,” North said. “He’s never going to get the credit for it.”

In his address Thursday, Trump touted the strengthening of the military under his administration but added: “The fact that we have this great military and equipment, however, does not mean we need to use it. … We do not want to use it.”

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His remarks come after Iran fired 16 ballistic missiles into Iraq. Eleven missiles hit the Ain al-Asad Air Base, which houses U.S. troops, one missile hit a U.S. military base in Erbil, and four missiles failed to hit their targets.

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Sean Hannity: Trump ‘prevented a massive war’ with Iran, critics have ‘incurable’ Trump Derangement Syndrome

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Sean Hannity praised President Trump Wednesday night for his handling of Iran and blasted the president’s critics, accusing them of having incurable “Trump Derangement Syndrome.”

“The president’s actions have just protected Americans abroad and our interests abroad. He held Iran in check,” Hannity said on his television program. “He prevented a massive war. And for now, that is a good thing.”

IRAN’S SUPREME LEADER CALLS MISSILE STRIKE AT BASES A ‘SLAP IN THE FACE,’ WARNS IT’S NOT ENOUGH

The host also said it was up to the Tehran regime if they want peace.

“[Iran’s] response was feeble. It was weak. And now, because of the president’s restraint, once again, de-escalation is a possibility. But ultimately, it will be Iran,” Hannity said. “They will determine their own fate, their own destiny here. Clearly, the president has shown he will act swiftly with the might of the greatest fighting force in the history of the world behind him.”

The host said this week’s events revealed two incontrovertible facts, the first being that Trump’s detractors will not soften their stance toward him.

“It doesn’t matter what this president does. Democrats and their allies, state TV, the media mob will never, ever give him any credit,” Hannity lamented. “Trump Derangement Syndrome seems incurable.”

The second fact, according to Hannity, is the establishment of the “Trump doctrine.”

“The Trump doctrine, pretty much what he told us in the election, in the campaign, it’s now clear for everybody to see,” Hannity said. “This president is not a cowboy, doesn’t want war. Frankly, the president’s a businessman. It’s bad business. We’re not going to get involved in foreign entanglements that are protracted. And more importantly, he values human life.”

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Hannity once again criticized the media and the president’s detractors, saying the Trump Doctrine doesn’t fit their image of him.

“The president showed tremendous restraint. Nobody in the media seems to have noticed. It’s really confusing the mob and the appeasement Democrats,” Hannity said. “This doesn’t fit their caricature, the cartoon, the false narrative of the president that maybe they’ve even convinced themselves is true and is not.”

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Rep. Elise Stefanik: Nancy Pelosi needs to know she has ‘no authority over the Senate’

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., must understand that she does not have the authority to control a Senate impeachment trial, according to Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y.

Stefanik, who notably sparred with House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., during the House impeachment inquiry, told “Hannity” on Wednesday that Pelosi has been politically “exposed.”

“The impeachment dam is breaking,” she said, hours after several Democratic senators made statements urging the House to forward the impeachment articles.

“We need to continue to keep up the pressure,” Stefanik continued. “She has no authority over the Senate.”

TUCKER CARLSON: NOW IS THE TIME TO PULL OUT OF IRAQ FOR GOOD

Stefanik called Pelosi’s refusal to forward the impeachment articles “audacious and outrageous,” adding that she forced the House to follow an arbitrary schedule that claimed the Trump must be impeached as soon as possible. Stefanik also questioned whether Pelosi is afraid that Schiff’s alleged contact with the Ukraine phone call whistleblower could be revealed.

Earlier Wednesday, a handful of Democratic senators including Dianne Feinstein of California, Jon Tester of Montana, Chris Coons of Delaware, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Doug Jones of Alabama made statements in favor of having the Senate receive the impeachment articles against Trump.

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In addition, Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, who caucuses with the Democrats, said that Pelosi holding onto the articles likely doesn’t “put any particular pressure” on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., according to Axios.

Host Sean Hannity added that he sees the impeachment proceedings as having “backfired” on Pelosi and her caucus.

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, agreed, pointing to the fact Rep. Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey — now a Republican — changed parties as the House’s inquiry concluded.

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Tulsi Gabbard calls Hillary Clinton a ‘warmonger,’ says US troops should leave Iraq and Syria

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Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, called former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton a “warmonger” Wednesday night.

“I think everybody knows and understands that she is a warmonger,” Gabbard said on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” “And it is her record.”

TULSI GABBARD RIPS SOLEIMANI STRIKE

Gabbard was responding to the trending hashtag “#ivotedforHullaryClinton,” which gained traction following Iran’s ballistic missile attack on two Iraqi airbases housing American troops Tuesday night. Clinton herself was among those who tweeted the hashtag, which indicated a backlash against President Trump’s decision to order an airstrike that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani last week.

The premise of the hashtag, according to Carlson, was that “President Hillary would not be starting a war with Iran.” The host then asked, “Was that true?” before playing a clip of Clinton bragging about the death of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi in 2011. That was followed by a video of then-presidential candidate Clinton warning that if Iran attacks Israel with nuclear weapons during her presidency, she would attack Iran.

“You look throughout, obviously, her support for the war in Iraq [in 2003], throughout her history. Her track record is well known,” said Gabbard, who referred to Clinton as “the queen of warmongers” back in October. “And I think this is why a lot of people back in 2016 and the general election decided that they would vote for Trump, because of what he was saying on the campaign trail about ending stupid wars and bringing our troops home.”

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Gabbard criticized Trump for the current conflict with Iran and sending more troops to the Middle East, saying her supporters believe she can keep her promise to get America out of what she calls unwinnable wars.

“Getting out, getting our troops out of Iraq and Syria is essential,” Gabbard said, “because the longer that they are there, the more likely it is that they are at risk and that we will end up in this endless tit-for-tat, back-and-forth quagmire of a war with people wondering, what is it all for?”

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CollegeHumor hit with mass layoffs as parent company cuts funding

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The long-running comedy outlet CollegeHumor has cut nearly its entire staff as its parent company decided to no longer fund the website.

Sam Reich, CollegeHumor’s COO, acknowledged the company’s troubles on Twitter, announcing that media company IAC decided to “no longer finance” the site, leading to over 100 cut jobs. However, he did stress a “twist” amid the bad news.

“IAC, our parent company, has made the difficult decision to no longer finance us. Today, 100+ brilliant people lost their jobs, some of whom are my dear, dear friends. Hire them,” Reich began. “The twist, however, is that IAC has agreed to let me run with the company myself. In words that I’m sure are as surreal to read as they are to type, I will soon become the new majority owner of CH Media.”

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Reich urged fans to remain subscribed to the comedy platform Dropout, promising at least six month’s worth of content that has yet to be released. Despite expressing optimism, he did admit that other branches of CollegeHumor media will need “bold new creative directions in order to survive.”

“I will, however, do my very best to stay true to the talent, shows, fans, and principles that got us where we are today,” Reich continued. “We dropped out once before; we can do it again. Independent comedy lives on — just now more independent (gulp) than ever before.”

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CollegeHumor was launched in 1999 and featured both in-house and user-submitted content, including funny videos, images and articles. Notable comedians that contributed to the site include Paul Scheer, Amir Blumenfeld and Judah Friedlander.

It was acquired by IAC in 2006.

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Amber Alert issued in New Mexico for missing boy, 3, after mom found dead in home

A child’s mother was found dead inside a home in New Mexico, and police have issued an Amber Alert for the 3-year-old boy, whom they say might be with the father.

Authorities said family members of Isela Mauricio-Sanchez, 27, found her lifeless body Tuesday night in Roswell. Her son, Osiel Ernesto Rico, was last seen Sunday.

Authorities believe Osiel is with his father Jorge Rico-Ruvira, 32. Rico-Ruvira is suspected of Mauricio-Sanchez’s murder. Roswell Police Department spokesperson Todd Wildermuth told the Carlsbad Current-Argus that Rico-Ruvira was Mauricio-Sanchez’s “significant other.”

NEW MEXICO POLICE SAY 4 BODIES FOUND INSIDE HOME AFTER GUNFIRE 

Police say Osiel could be in danger.

“They may have headed to Mexico. We just want everyone to stay alert,” Wildermuth said, adding that the FBI is assisting in the investigation, since Rico-Ruvira may have crossed state lines.

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Osiel Ernesto Rico/ Jorge Rico-Ruvira

Wildermuth said the investigation is ongoing and a warrant for Rico-Ruvira’s arrest was being sought as of Wednesday.

Osiel is described as a 3-year-old Hispanic male, 2 feet, 6 inches tall, weighing approximately 40 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. Rico-Ruvira is 5 feet, 8 inches tall, 150 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. He is believed to be driving a 2003 maroon GMC Yukon SUV.

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Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Roswell Police Department at (575) 624-6770 or dial 911.

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Sen. Mike Lee explains outburst after ‘worst military briefing’: Officials had ‘flippant attitude’ toward lawmakers

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Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, told reporters Wednesday that White House officials delivered the “worst military briefing” he had ever seen on Capitol Hill, even claiming that one official had warned during the “lame” and “insane” meeting that Congress shouldn’t debate whether additional military action against Iran would be appropriate.

Lee discussed his outburst on “The Story” Wednesday and broke down his grievances with the briefing on the U.S. decision to kill Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani in a drone strike last week, as well as Iran’s rocket attacks Tuesday evening targeting U.S. bases in Iraq.

“As to the substance of the strike itself on Friday with General Soleimani, he was a bad guy,” Lee told host Martha MacCallum. “I have yet to take a position on that. I was hoping to reach a conclusion as to the logical, legal, constitutional, and moral justification today. I didn’t feel like I got my question answered.”

GOP SENATOR MIKE LEE SLAMS ‘WORST MILITARY BRIEFING’

Lee said that while he assumes that the killing of Soleimani “may have been legally justifiable,” it was the “flippant attitude” of those conducting the closed-door briefing — a group that included Defense Secretary Mark Esper, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, CIA Director Gina Haspel, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley — that drove him to speak out.

“What I’m concerned about is the flippant attitude that they reflected, both with regard to the underlying facts on Friday’s attack and especially as they relate moving forward to any subsequent attack that we might undertake on Iran,” Lee said.

IRAN MISSILES ‘INTENDED TO KILL’ US SOLDIERS, PENTAGON REVEALS

“There was a dismissive attitude, one that was displayed in such a way that resulted in them saying, ‘We can’t identify what circumstances in which we would need to come back to Congress to get approval or authorization,'” he continued. “That is antithetical to the Constitution.”

Lee made clear that his criticism did not extend to the White House’s Iran policy in general, but he warned that the slapdash sit-down would have consequences.

“I support President Trump. I support the way that he has wielded his powers as commander in chief. I think he’s actually been the most respectful of all presidents during my lifetime of the commander-in-chief power,” Lee said. “I think the people who briefed the Senate today did him a grave disservice.”

“They told us there would be an imminent attack had they not taken this strike on Friday which, again, for purposes of this conversation, I’m willing to assume may well have been lawful,” Lee added “What is the nature of that attack? When would that have occurred? Who would’ve carried it out? They refused to answer the question.”

Lee also responded to Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C who said lawmakers criticizing the briefing were “overreacting” and that “playing” with the war powers act at a moment like this would “empower the enemy.”

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“That’s fundamentally antithetical to the constitution,” Lee fired back. “Look, I love Lindsey Graham. He’s a fantastic guy, we work closely on a lot of issues. He’s dead wrong to suggest this is playing a game … the Constitution of the United States is not a game.”

Fox News’ Gregg Re contributed to this report.

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Stray dog dubbed ‘Subway Sally’ waits outside store every day for food, video shows

A video of a stray dog waiting outside of Subway store for food has gone viral.

The Twitter video, originally shared on TikTok, shows a Subway employee giving food to the dog, nicknamed “Subway Sally,” who patiently waits by of the entrance door.

“This stray dog has been coming to subway every night for the past year,” the employee wrote. “We always feed her.”

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A TikTok video shows a Subway employee giving food to the dog, nicknamed “Subway Sally,” who patiently waits by of the entrance door. (Photo: iStock)

The Subway worker is seen packing some assorted meats, including turkey and bacon strips, and then bring it outside to Subway Sally. The adorable pooch immediately begins chowing down on the food.

Twitter users immediately fell in love with Subway Sally.

“Someone adopt her I wanna cry,” a Twitter user commented.

“Someone adopt her please,” another tweeted.

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“You even use gloves to serve sally,” another Twitter user pointed out.

Even Subway’s official Twitter account weighed in on the viral video, tweeting: “Subway Sally just made all of our dreams come true”

Some Twitter users, however, chose to focus on the fact that the Subway employee fed her bacon, which they said wasn’t healthy for a dog.

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“Not to be dramatic but you are going to give that dog pancreatitis feeding it bacon,” someone tweeted, while another said: “That garbage will make her sick!”

Others zeroed in on how well-groomed Subway Sally appeared to be for a stray.

“How this dog a stray when she looks like she’s using Tresemme,” one Twitter user commented. “I know a stray when I see one… This is a spoiled little girl sneaking out & getting free Subway.”

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Another person cared less about Subway Sally and more about actual Subway eaters.

“Y’all give the dog more meat than us paying customers,” he said. “That’s real talk.”

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Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich have been ‘having problems’: reports

It seems there is trouble in paradise for Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich, according to multiple reports.

A source told People magazine that the couple — who tied the knot in July 2017 — has “been having problems for months.”

“She’s very independent and a free spirit, and that’s been tough for Brooks and their marriage,” the insider claimed to the outlet.

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A second source, however, said that there is still hope for the relationship to be saved.

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Brooks Laich and Julianne Hough (Getty Images)

“It seems they are not giving up, but also not talking about it. They want to do this their way,” said the source. “They don’t want to discuss their marriage. They have been having problems, but many people do.”

The source added: “Maybe it’s a just a phase, maybe not. But either way, they are not going to address it publicly right now.”

Us Weekly, citing a source, also reported that the pair “were having problems” in December.

Similarly, an insider told E! News that the two are going through a rough patch. “They have been spending time apart but are not ready to share what’s going on between them,” said the source. “They don’t even really know what to call it. There’s a ton of love and emotion there and they are going through something very personal.”

“She’s been very private about this time in her life and is not making any kind of official announcement,” the source continued. “She is honoring her work commitments, as is he, and it’s kept them apart. But things have definitely changed in their relationship.”

On Jan. 7, Laich shared an image of himself on Instagram smiling with his arms crossed, along with a lengthy caption about his goals for 2020.

“On New Year’s Eve, I had a friend ask me ‘what’s your adjective for the new year?’ I asked him what he meant, and he said it’s about picking a word that is going to be a guide for you in 2020,” the 36-year-old said.

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The former NHL player revealed he “fell in love” with the question and began to think of his own answer.

“And the word that keeps coming up for me right now is ‘boundless.’ I feel like a lot of my life has been ‘bound’ to certain identities that have come through the sport I spent my life playing,” he explained. “Canadian, male, hockey player, disciplined, competitive, etc… and though I am all of those things, they do not define me, and I am not bound by them.”

He added: “I feel a new stage of life calling me, and though I don’t exactly know what it is yet, it feels right, and exciting!”

While the post may seem innocuous, Us Weekly points out that Hough has been posting to her Instagram Stories without her wedding ring on, including in a video of her decorating a Christmas tree, leading to speculation that there’s trouble in their marriage.

Laich’s post about his adjective for 2020 comes after a New Year’s Eve post to his Instagram Story, also about his goals. In his list of aspirations for the coming year, Laich wrote, “more about intimacy and my sexuality.”

He also revealed he wanted to start playing the piano again and travel to Turkey, in addition to being more “open to all things and present in my relationships.”

Laich’s intimacy and sexuality goal came months after his wife revealed in the September cover issue of Women’s Health that she is “not straight.” Hough shared with the outlet what went through her mind when telling Laich about it four months after they had tied the knot.

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Reps for Hough and Laich did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

Fox News’ Melissa Roberto and Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.

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