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The Dictionary is Removing the Word “Gullible”?

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Did you hear that the dictionary companies are going to remove the word “gullible” in their next edition? It’s the oldest joke in the book that usually only works on young kids, but will adults actually believe this? Media analyst Mark Dice puts the public to the test.

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LIVE Stream: The Inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States

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Friday, January 20, 2017: RSBN will provide live stream coverage of the Inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of The United States.

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Donald Trump Wax Figure Debuts at Madame Tussauds Orlando

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Donald Trump has been added to the Oval Office portion of the Madame Tussauds exhibit on International Drive in Orlando, one day before his presidential inauguration.

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Donald Trump White House Win Delivers Most Watched Election Night In Cable News History

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Donald Trump’s improbable road to the White House continues to clock historic TV viewing levels. Last night’s long, dramatic Electoral College rollout brought cable news its biggest audience ever for an election night.

Between 7 PM, when many polls closed on the east coast, and 3 AM, when Hillary Clinton finally threw in the towel, Fox News Channel led with 12.2M viewers, as well as 4.8M viewers in the 25-54 news demographic. These are FNC’s highest numbers ever for an election night.

CNN logged 11.2M viewers in the same span of time, and a higher 5.7M viewers in the news demo. Another 5.2M total viewers, and 2.1M news demo viewers, chose MSNBC to the witness real estate developer turned reality TV star win the White House race.

Though the race wasn’t called until the 2-3 AM hour, FNC still had 9.8M viewers tuned at that ungodly hour (4M in the demo. CNN still had 6.5M watching (3.4M in the demo) and MSNBC clung to 2.9M total viewers (1.2M in the demo).

FNC peaked between midnight and 1 AM when 15.4M sat glued to the network as Trump’s path to the White House became clear. That included 6.183M news demo viewers.

CNN peaked earlier, in the 10-11 PM hour, logging a larger 7.201M viewers in the news demo, but a slightly smaller 14.022M total viewers. MSNBC topped out from 11 PM–midnight, when 6.833M were watching, including 3.01M viewers in the 25-54 age bracket.

CNN snagged the most watched Election Night primetime in cable news history; a record 13.258 million viewers tuned in to the network to the witness real estate developer turned reality TV star win the Electoral College race.

FNC followed with 12.112 million from 8-11 PM ET, and MSNBC lagged with 5.945 million. In the news demo, CNN was also No. 1 in primetime, with 6.655 million viewers, followed by FNC’s 4.638 million, and MSNBC’s 2.368 million.

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Candace Cameron Bure calls for prayers after election as Whoopi Goldberg calls Donald Trump a ‘fool’

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“The View” hosts got right into discussing the results of the presidential election Wednesday, with an admittedly nervous Candace Cameron Bure calling for prayers and unity as Whoopi Goldberg labeled President-Elect Donald Trump a “fool” and suggested he could be impeached during his presidency.

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Trump’s Triumph Powered by Religious Voters

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Trump wins presidency, defeats Clinton in historic election upset

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Donald Trump, defying the pundits and polls to the end, was projected to defeat Hillary Clinton in Tuesday’s presidential election and claim an establishment-stunning victory that exposes the depth of voter dissatisfaction – and signals immense changes ahead for American policy at home and abroad.

Seventeen months after the billionaire tycoon’s Trump Tower entrance into the race, the first-time candidate once dismissed by the political elite will become the 45th president, Fox News projects.

Speaking to cheering supporters early Wednesday morning at his victory party in New York City, the Republican candidate and now president-elect said Clinton called to congratulate him, and Fox News confirms she has conceded. Despite their hard-fought campaign, Trump praised Clinton for her service and said “it is time for us to come together as one united people.”

“I will be president for all Americans,” Trump vowed, after a brief introduction by running mate Mike Pence.

Sounding a call to “reclaim our country’s destiny,” Trump declared: “The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer. … America will no longer settle for anything less than the best.”

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Report: Reuters Removes Polls Showing Huge Trump Surge

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Trump Voters Reporting Ballots Switching To Clinton

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‘All hands on deck’ to guard U.S. election from hack, say officials

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The U.S. government is gearing up for an unprecedented effort to protect Tuesday’s presidential election from cyber attack, U.S. officials told NBC News.

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