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Dinner at the White House: McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, and Pizza

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President Donald Trump hosted the national champion Clemson Tigers football team at the White House Monday night, and capped off another epic day with a menu that is driving the mainstream media even crazier.

President Trump paid for the food himself, including pizza, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Burger King. It was All-American dining for the players, who definitely do not kneel for the national anthem. President Trump also stressed yet again the need for border security, vowing that it will get done under his watch. “It’s going to happen now,” Trump said.

As for the food: “We have some very large people who like to eat.”

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Trump loves McDonald’s.

The president also drinks Coca-Cola.

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Victim of Denver Shooting Identified as Veteran, Hatmaker Lee Keltner

A great American by all accounts.

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The victim of a heinous shooting in downtown Denver on Saturday has been identified as a small businessman and hatmaker named Lee Keltner. Keltner was shot at point blank in the head by a leftist ideologue who was supposedly acting as a “private security” guard for a NBC affiliate reporter, without being properly licensed to do so or to carry a weapon in Colorado.

Keltner speaks of his craft in a video that emerged on Sunday after his death, briefly describing his service in the US military in one point. He considered his business a means to keep the heritage of the American west alive.

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Keltner had been present at Denver’s Civic Center for a Patriot Prayer event that was picketed by a contingent of leftists who identified themselves as Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA.

Keltner was involved in a verbal altercation with a Black Lives Matter protestor when Dolloff approached him from his side and shot him in the head. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Antifa supporters have claimed that Keltner utilized pepper spray on the “private security” guard first, but photo imagery reveals that Keltner only deployed pepper spray after Dolloff pointed a gun at him.

The slide of Dolloff’s pistol is already seen cycling as Keltner uses pepper spray- a non-lethal weapon- in self defense. The confrontation between Keltner and a man wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt hadn’t even been violent, and it’s extremely hard to imagine why Dolloff would’ve assumed he had to shoot Keltner.

Denver police initially identified Dolloff- who wasn’t named to the public until late Saturday night as a “private security guard with no affiliation with Antifa.” In actuality, he is not registered or licensed to act as a private security guard in Colorado, and it’s unclear if he’s even eligible to carry a weapon. A query of Dolloff’s social media accounts reveals he has extreme far leftist views. He’s been booked into the Denver jail system on suspicion of first degree murder.

The life of a great American has been taken by a leftist ideologue who callously opened fire at a peaceful protest.

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