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Power outages affecting ability to get water in Venezuela

Continuing blackouts in Venezuela have citizens scrambling for clean water.Reports Saturday detail the situation in Maracaibo, where rolling outages in Venezuela’s second largest city have forced people to seek water sources wherever they can. After a nationwide blackout in March, the government started hiring tanker trucks to deliver water to neighborhoods, but community leaders say this isn’t reliable.


Rep. Liz Cheney: Speaker Pelosi is not in control of her caucus

Congresswoman Liz Cheney said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is “not in control of her caucus.”Cheney made the comment in a recent interview, and suggested Pelosi has lost control in the first 100-days of the new Congress, “because the far-Left radicals” have really set the agenda.In outlining how House Democrats have shifted further Left, Cheney cited their “embrace of socialism,” and refusal to bring the “born alive protection act to the floor” among other factors. She also called on people to speak out against socialism.


House Ways and Means chairman sets new deadline for Pres. Trump’s tax returns

House Ways and Means Chairman, Democrat Richard Neal, sets a new deadline for the IRS to turn over President Trump’s tax returns.In a letter Saturday, Neil informed the IRS commissioner he now has until April 23rd, to provide six years worth of the president’s personal and business returns.Neil also dismissed concerns regarding the request, which were raised by Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.


Pres. Trump: go home, come back legally

President Trump continues to defend his innocence in the Mueller probe, amid continued accusations of collusion from the Left. Taking to twitter Saturday, the president questioned why radical Democrats in Congress are continuing to push a further investigation, after finding ‘no collusion’. He went on to say, the expensive two-year Mueller probe’ is centered around crimes committed by Hilary Clinton, the DNC, and dirty cops.



Pres. Trump slams Democrats for continued attempts to retry no collusion Mueller report

President Trump continues to defend his innocence in the Mueller probe, amid continued accusations of collusion from the Left.Taking to twitter Saturday, the president questioned why radical Democrats in Congress are continuing to push a further investigation, after finding ‘no collusion’.He went on to say, the expensive two-year Mueller probe’ is centered around crimes committed by Hilary Clinton, the DNC, and dirty cops.


Secy Pompeo meets with leaders in Paraguay during Latin America trip

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo continues his trip to Latin America, in an effort to get more countries in the region to apply pressure on Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro.Pompeo arrived in Paraguay Saturday, where he held discussions along-side the country’s president, and highlighted the economic and trade relationship between the two nations.


Pres. Trump: we can give sanctuary cities ‘an unlimited supply’ of migrants

President Trump doubles down on the proposed measure to drop off detained migrants in sanctuary cities.On Friday at the White House, the president responded directly to reports the administration and Homeland Security were considering dumping illegal immigrants in Democrat districts, in retaliation for opposing the border wall.He said “we’ll bring them to sanctuary cities so they can take care of it, if that’s the way they want it.”