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Donald Trump: Campaigner-in-Chief

The applause from his adoring true believers is an elixir for Trump, but he can't campaign for the next four years. Trump can accomplish only so much from executive orders, sooner or later he has to govern. Trump doesn't know the first thing about running a country or being commander-in-chief -- we're screwed.

SOP newswireRice Praises Pakistani Progress Against Extremism - Washington -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice praised the progress Pakistan has made in combating extremism over the past six years and called for free and fair parliamentary elections
SOP newswireViolence has dropped in Baghdad, Anbar province, officials say - Washington – Violence in Iraq's capital city, Baghdad, and Anbar province has dropped since the recent U.S. troop surge, according to U.S. officials.
SOP newswireSecret Cell Terrorist Network, Disrupted - BAGHDAD, Iraq " Coalition Forces killed at least 20 terrorists, wounded six suspected terrorists and detained one suspected terrorist during operations targeting Secret Cells operating in Amarah and Majjar al-Kabir.
SOP newswireHelicopters kill insurgents during joint IA, US operations - BAGHDAD " Coalition Forces attack helicopters, supporting Iraqi army soldiers who were engaged by insurgents, killed four insurgents and
SOP newswireSurge Will Take Time, to Soon to Judge? - The U.S. troop surge into Iraq is just starting to have its full-intended impact, and it will take time to judge its effectiveness, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said after meeting with U.S. and Iraqi leaders here today.
SOP newswireSituation in Iraq Continues To Be No Good - Washington -- In his fourth visit to Iraq, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates is meeting with senior U.S. military and Iraqi leaders to discuss the progress on reconciliation and confronting sectarian violence.
SOP newswire Palestinian President Abbas Gets Support from Condoleezza Rice - Washington – Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice expressed support for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ decision to declare a state of emergency and dissolve the unity government
SOP newswireBush Condemns Assassination of Lebanese Parliamentarian - Washington – President Bush condemned the June 13 murder of Lebanese parliamentarian Walid Eido and urged nations to support a U.N.-sponsored investigation into a series of high-profile political killings in Lebanon.
SOP newswireAlberto R. Gonzales on Reports to the Bush on Issues Raised By the Virginia Tech Tragedy - WASHINGTON- Today, Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt, and Department of Education Secretary Margaret Spellings reported to the President about the issues raised by the Virginia Tech tragedy. The Report to the President on
SOP newswireTAP Consulting - The Enemy of My Enemy is My Friend - In less than 18 hours, two major events have occurred that could potentially change the face of two regional conflicts in the Middle East. Yesterday, Hamas seized the security headquarters of Fatah.
SOP newswireAfghan, Coalition Enlisted Leaders Hold Seminar - KABUL, Afghanistan, June 13, 2007 – Senior enlisted leaders from the Afghan National Army and coalition forces met in May for the first ANA Sergeant Major of the Army Combat Leadership Training Seminar.
SOP newswireFailed truck bomber treated, talking - CAMP STRIKER, IRAQ BAGHDAD — A failed truck bomber, wounded in his attempt to destroy a coalition battle position, was treated, evacuated and is providing information to those he tried to kill.
SOP newswireAl-Qaeda military emir of Mosul killed - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces killed a senior terrorist leader during an operation Tuesday morning targeting the al-Qaeda in Iraq network in Mosul
SOP newswireActor/Activist Martin Sheen steps up to the plate to stop execution of Mohiuddin Din Ahmed. - Los Angeles, CA – June 13, 2007 – While the world is attuned to Paris Hilton's petty predicament, time is running out for Mohiuddin
SOP newswireUNESCO Chief Condemns Murder of Two Female Afghan Journalists - Reports from Afghanistan indicate that Zakia Zaki was killed early during the night of 5-6 June in her home next to her infant son.
SOP newswireThe CIA Needs Scientists, Engineers & Technology - The Central Intelligence Agency is defining the leading edge of science, engineering and technology. Now, more than ever, it is essential for us to stay
SOP newswire10 Million Pages of CIA Declassified Records Available - The CIA recently delivered more than 420,000 additional pages of redacted declassified electronic records to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) facility in College Park, Maryland. The
John LillpopDubya Suffers Upset Stomach at G8: Too Much Amnesty Crow? - Breaking news from Europe indicates that an upset stomach caused President Bush to miss several important meetings and events at the G8 summit in Europe.
SOP newswireAdhamiyah: Security Operations Continue - BAGHDAD — Iraqi and Coalition Soldiers conducted a battalion-sized cordon and search operation after the completion of a security project in the Adhamiyah District Thursday.
SOP newswire12 Detained and 1 Killed in raid on al-Qaeda Network - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces killed one terrorist and detained 12 suspected terrorists during operations targeting the al-Qaeda in Iraq network Friday in Anbar province.
SOP newswireSurge Strategy Nneeds More Time Mr. Bush - CAMP VICTORY — Well into the third month of the coalition’s effort to secure Baghdad, clear progress has been made, but much work remains to be done, said the ground commander of coalition troops in
SOP newswireSunni, Shia mosques in Abu Ghraib damaged by Two car bombs - CAMP TAJI, Iraq — Two suicide vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices
SOP newswireRice Says Bush Needs Worldwide Cooperation Needed in Terrorism Fight - Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay on combating suspected terrorist activity in the region where the three Latin American countries share a common border, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says.
SOP newswireU.S.-Libyan ties provide platform for engaging Libyan people - Washington -– The United States’ improved relations with Libya should not be construed as approval of Colonel Muammar Qaddafi’s regime, but it is in the United
SOP newswirePremature Security Predictions: General Says - BAGHDAD — The Multi-National Force-Iraq spokesman held a press conference at the Combined Press Information Center Wednesday.
SOP newswirePace Faces Tough Questions From Young Citizens - SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii, June 6, 2007 – Marine Gen. Peter Pace has faced tough questions from the president, the National Security Council and members of Congress. The toughest questions, however, seem to
SOP newswireCondoleezza Rice's Remarks With Panamanian President Martin Torrijos - SECRETARY RICE: (In progress) Mr. President, for welcoming me here and I want very much to thank you and Foreign Minister Lewis and the people of Panama for giving the people of the hemisphere here through the Organization of American States a chance
SOP newswireRussia's Putin and Bush To Discuss Missile Defense Plan - Washington " President Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet on the margins of the Group of Eight (G8) leaders" meeting and discuss the proposed U.S. missile defense system
SOP newswireCongressman William Jefferson Indicted On Bribery, Racketeering - WASHINGTON – United States Congressman William J. Jefferson was indicted today by a federal grand jury on charges including bribery and racketeering for allegedly using his office to corruptly solicit bribes and for paying bribes to a foreign
SOP newswire4 million Iraqis Have Fled Home as Situation Worsens - More than 4 million Iraqis have fled their homes, seeking refuge either inside the country or beyond its borders as the situation deteriorates
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