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President Trump ignored his own administration's findings, violated his constitutional duties and played pure politics when he declared emergency earlier this month in order to secure funding for a Mexican border wall, several dozen former national security officials said Monday.

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(Associated Press/Evan Vucci)

As President Trump scrambles to find someone to pay for his border wall, the Army Corps of Engineers have reportedly provided him with a new piggy bank: Puerto Rico.

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Two top military officials who recently resigned in protest faced the full brunt of President Trump’s Christmas fury on Monday, as the rest of the nation settled in to observe the holidays.

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U.S Army/Elizabeth Fraser/Arlington National Cemetery

President Donald Trump drew laughs from some of his aides as he joked about what a “rough business” terrorism is while discussing an ambush in Niger that left four U.S. soldiers dead last year, according to a covert recording released Monday.

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U.S. Army Reserve/Master Sgt. Michel Sauret

Defense officials didn’t brief President Donald Trump on cost estimates for his long-desired military parade before he canceled it last week, the Pentagon announced Monday, seemingly contradicting the president’s own statements on the matter.

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Walmart

Walmart announced Wednesday that it is raising the sales age for all firearms to 21, taking matters into its own hands as gun control efforts in Congress continue to stall in the wake of a deadly Florida school shooting.

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