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Wikileaks Exposes CIA Involvement In French 2012 Presidential Election

In a move that is sure to unleash a fresh firestorm of accusations that Russia is interfering in the upcoming French elections, Wikileaks has has released three classified CIA "tasking orders" revealing details of a seven-month long spying campaign and involvement by the agency ahead of the 2012 French presidential election.

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Fossil Shares Plunge On Poor Results, Ugly Guidance; Strong Dollar Blamed

Nine months after FOSL stock plunged by 25%, after reporting abysmal Q1 results and even worse guidance, moments ago the watchmaker behind brands such as Skagen and Burberry reported another ugly quarter, which confirmed that the prevailing retail weakness continues.

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Media Turning On Itself: USAToday's Wolff Slams CNN's Stelter As "Ridiculous, Self-Righteous Figure"

Amid the ever-increasing virtue-signaling fanaticism of the mainstream media in their incessant anti-Trump (so-called 'fact-checking') propaganda, it appears the infighting has begun. As The Hill reports, USA Today and Hollywood Reporter columnist Michael Wolff slammed CNN's Brian Stelter on his media affairs program Sunday, telling the host he was becoming "quite a ridiculous figure."

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Village Magazine Sparks Furor Asking "Why Not" Assassinate Donald Trump

It seems Ireland's media has decided to one-up Germany's. Following Spiegel's Lady-Liberty-beheading images, Ireland's Village Magazine cover shows crosshairs on President Trump's head with the question "why not?" However, there is a silver lining to this utter stupidity, the magazine decides "killing people is wrong... and shooting Trump is unnecessary and disproportionate."

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