Should Jared Kushner still be allowed to work in the White House?

President Trump’s son-in-law-turned-chief-advisor Jared Kushner is reportedly millions of dollars in debt and under FBI investigation. Kushner was part of Donald Trump Jr.'s infamous meeting with a Russian lawyer, failed to disclose meetings with Russian officials and tried to create a secret channel between Moscow and Trump officials. But Kushner hasn't been accused of any crime, and defenders...
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Who's responsible for bringing unemployment down: Obama or Trump?

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. unemployment rate has dropped to 3.9 percent, the lowest it has been in 17 years. Trump and his supporters say the low unemployment rate is a sign of President Trump's success. His pro-business policies are encouraging the creation of new jobs and putting America back to work. Others say Trump inherited a strong economy from former President...
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Should members of Congress have term limits?

President Trump recently tweeted he is "very strongly in favor of Congressional term limits" as a means to drain the swamp. The idea has often surfaced as one way to improve America's broken political system. But while many believe term limits would alleviate dysfunction in Congress, others argue term limits wouldn't solve Washington's problems, and could actually make them worse. What do you...
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Do you support President Trump's military parade for Veterans Day?

President Trump ordered a military parade take place in Washington on Veterans Day. He loves a parade, and apparently wanted one for his inauguration. But many are uncomfortable with the idea. Military parades are often associated with authoritarian dictators, not Western democracies, and spending millions on a parade seems wasteful. Others argue we should celebrate American military might by...
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Do you support President Trump's travel ban?

The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments in the Muslim travel ban case Trump v. Hawaii. Critics argue the travel ban is "unconstitutional," "unnecessary" and "un-American." But The White House insists the travel ban is meant to protect us from foreign terrorists trying to enter the country. Opponents maintain a religious test is wrong and could actually make us less safe. What do you think? ✈️
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Should the U.S. implement stricter gun control laws?

Gun control advocates say it's way too easy to get a gun in the United States. Time and time again, people who should not have access to firearms are able to legally obtain a gun, and then use it to kill others. But critics believe gun control makes people less safe. Constructing barriers to obtain and carry guns will only stop law-abiding citizens, not criminals. Making it easier to get permits...
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Is Chicago proof that gun laws don't work?

Chicago suffered record-breaking violence in 2016: 4,331 shootings and 762 homicides, more deaths than in New York and Los Angeles combined. Gun rights groups say Chicago's strict ordinances prove gun laws don't work—they just add to lawlessness and violence. But gun control advocates argue New York and Los Angeles actually have stricter gun laws than Chicago, and lax gun laws in nearby states...
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