Opinion: Pence's shocking use of Martin Luther King's words

On the weekend of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, Vice President Mike Pence shockingly invoked a line from the civil rights leader’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech to build support for President Donald Trump’s proposed deal on the border wall. Asking legislators to agree to Trump’s proposal of spending $5.7 billion on a border wall along with a temporary extension of the DACA program(that Trump dismantled), Pence said, quoting King, on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” “Now is the time to make real the promises for democracy.” He compared King’s belief in using the legislative process to solve social problems to what the President is trying to do.


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Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney Has Words for Kevin Hart, Ellen and Gay Rights – TMZ

  1. Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney Has Words for Kevin Hart, Ellen and Gay Rights  TMZ
  2. Why Is Ellen DeGeneres Trying to Rehab Kevin Hart as Oscars Host?  Vogue
  3. Ellen DeGeneres Backlash After Kevin Hart Interview  Hollywood Reporter
  4. Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney Has Words for Kevin Hart, Ellen and Gay Rights | TMZ  TMZ
  5. Oscars: Is Academy Returning To Multiple-Host Idea – Or Even No Host – As Show Looms?  Deadline
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Publicly silent, Trump has three words after watching Cohen: 'He's a liar' – CNN

  1. Publicly silent, Trump has three words after watching Cohen: ‘He’s a liar’  CNN
  2. Michael Cohen sentencing: Live updates  CNN
  3. Michael Cohen Sentenced to 3 Years After Implicating Trump in Hush-Money Scandal  The New York Times
  4. Michael Cohen Pled Guilty to Something That Is Not a Crime  National Review
  5. Is Trump a Nixon or a Clinton? Cohen’s Crimes Offer a Guide  Bloomberg
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"I Can't Breathe" Were Khashoggi's Final Words, Sounds Of Saw On Tape – NDTV News

  1. “I Can’t Breathe” Were Khashoggi’s Final Words, Sounds Of Saw On Tape  NDTV News
  2. Jared Kushner Gave Saudi Crown Prince Advice After Khashoggi Slaying: NY Times  HuffPost
  3. New York Times: Kushner offered advice to Saudi crown prince after journalist’s death  CNN
  4. Democrats should investigate the Kushner-MBS connection  The Washington Post
  5. Focus on Yemen, not the Saudi crown prince | TheHill  The Hill
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6 Little Words Helped Make George H.W. Bush (A One-Term) President – NPR

  1. 6 Little Words Helped Make George H.W. Bush (A One-Term) President  NPR
  2. CNN panel trashes Trump after Capitol visit to honor George H.W. Bush  Fox News
  3. National day of mourning: What’s open and what’s closed on Wednesday  CNN
  4. Why George H. W. Bush Seemed Happier in Government than in Politics  The New Yorker
  5. Dana Perino: Remembering George H.W. Bush – What leaders and managers can learn from our 41st president  Fox News
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Former President George H.W. Bush's last words, as spoken to his son, George W. Bush – CNN

  1. Former President George H.W. Bush’s last words, as spoken to his son, George W. Bush  CNN
  2. The Remarkable Love Story Of George and Barbara Bush | NBC Nightly News  NBC News
  3. Hear the Obamas’ statement on George H.W. Bush’s death  CNN
  4. George H.W. Bush left a note to Bill Clinton. It’s an artifact of political humility.  Washington Post
  5. Bret Baier: George Bush’s legacy is his humanity  Fox News
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President George H.W. Bush's last words to his son were: 'I love you, too' – NBC News

  1. President George H.W. Bush’s last words to his son were: ‘I love you, too’  NBC News
  2. George H.W. Bush, 41st president of the United States, dead at 94  Fox News
  3. Hear the Obamas’ statement on Bush’s death  CNN
  4. George H.W. Bush left a note to Bill Clinton. It’s an artifact of political humility.  Washington Post
  5. George Herbert Walker Bush  Wall Street Journal
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Stacey Abrams Ends Fight for Georgia Governor With Harsh Words for Her Rival

  1. Stacey Abrams Ends Fight for Georgia Governor With Harsh Words for Her Rival  New York Times
  2. Democrat Stacey Abrams ends bid for Georgia governor, accuses winner of voter suppression  NBCNews.com
  3. Democrat Stacey Abrams Won’t Concede, but Says Brian Kemp Will Be Georgia’s Next Governor  Wall Street Journal
  4. Democrats are now going there on ‘stolen’ elections  Washington Post
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'Let's rock': The last words of a double-murderer who chose the electric chair over lethal injection

  1. ‘Let’s rock’: The last words of a double-murderer who chose the electric chair over lethal injection  Washington Post
  2. Man smiles, says ‘Let’s rock’ before dying in electric chair  wreg.com
  3. Death row inmate says, ‘Let’s rock,’ before dying on Tennessee electric chair  Fox News
  4. Tennessee killer says, ‘Let’s rock’ before state executes him with electric chair  CNN
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'Stop the words of hate,' rabbi urges leaders after synagogue massacre. Trump keeps tweeting.

  1. ‘Stop the words of hate,’ rabbi urges leaders after synagogue massacre. Trump keeps tweeting.  Washington Post
  2. Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: What we know, questions that remain  USA TODAY
  3. Pittsburgh synagogue-shooting suspect wounded in gunfight leaves hospital, set to make court appearance  ABC News
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Panthers' Eric Reid, Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins exchange words, have to be separated

  1. Panthers’ Eric Reid, Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins exchange words, have to be separated  Yahoo Sports
  2. Eagles vs. Panthers: Cam Newton Leads Carolina to Stunning Comeback Over Philadelphia  New York Times
  3. It’s time to wonder if the Eagles simply aren’t very good this season  Washington Post
  4. Eagles collapse late as Panthers erase 17-point deficit  USA TODAY
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'I saw myself in Dr Ford's words': protesters tell of Jeff Flake elevator confrontation

'I saw myself in Dr Ford's words': protesters tell of Jeff Flake elevator confrontationThe two women who helped alter the course of American legal history by staging an impromptu protest in a Washington elevator have said they were driven by memories of private trauma and inspired by the courage of Dr Christine Blasey Ford. Ana Maria Archila and Maria Gallagher of New York loudly berated Senator Jeff Flake for planning to back Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the supreme court on Friday, influencing him to alter his view and call for an FBI investigation, which the White House then ordered.


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