Former President Donald Trump has gone missing from Fox News's roster of guest stars after years of constant appearances, signaling that the relationship between the two parties is in the dumps.

Trump last appeared on Fox News 100 days ago, which is highly unusual as the former President has been making regular appearances since he launched his political career in 2015.

Fox News has robbed Trump of the spotlight in favor of highlighting other Republican politicians even as Trump continues to show he is the most influential Republican in the nation.

Fox News has even gone as far as to not cover Trump's massive rallies, suggesting that the network is actively working against Trump.

Interestingly enough, Fox News chose not to cover Trump's recent rally in favor of an interview with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. DeSantis is seen by many as a spiritual successor to Trump without the baggage.

It seems Fox News believes that DeSantis is the future and is trying to minimize Trump's time in the spotlight. However, Trump's disappearance likely won't go over well with his passionate supporters.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a new naval doctrine calling out the United States for dominating the seas and vowing that Russia will counteract American dominance.

The new naval doctrine signed by Putin on Sunday declares that Russia will become a "great maritime navy" that will overcome the "strategic policy of the USA to dominate the world's oceans."

American naval power has been preeminent since the end of World War II, allowing us a critical advantage throughout the cold war. Neither Russia nor China has been able to match our naval capabilities, but that may soon change.

The doctrine continues to read, "Guided by this doctrine, the Russian Federation will firmly and resolutely defend its national interests in the world's oceans, and having sufficient maritime power will guarantee their security and protection."

Russia's primary interest is in the Arctic Ocean, but the ability to counter the United States in any theater appears to be the aim for Putin.

This new move by Putin comes as Russia fights an intense war in Ukraine and continually tests President Joe Biden. Russia is becoming more aggressive and something needs to be done quickly to ensure our naval power remains untouched.

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NBA legend Bill Russell, known for his incredible accomplishments both in Basketball and in public life, passed away on Sunday at the age of 88 years old.

A statement from Russell's family read, "Bill Russell, the most prolific winner in American sports history, passed away peacefully today at age 88, with his wife, Jeannie, by his side. Arrangements for his memorial service will be announced soon."

Russell was an icon in the NBA's early days and his success was nearly incomparable.

The statement continued by saying, "Bill's two state championships in high school offered a glimmer of the incomparable run of pure team accomplishment to come: twice an NCAA champion; captain of a gold-medal winning US Olympic team; 11 times an NBA champion; and at the helm for two NBA championships as the first Black head coach of any North American professional sports team."

Russell was also an important figure in leading the charge on breaking down barriers for African Americans as well as championing civil rights.

Russell wasn't afraid to call out "injustice with an unforgiving candor," and that should inspire all Americans.

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President Joe Biden is leaving to isolate himself after testing positive again for coronavirus despite supposedly recovering just a matter of days ago.

The President took to Twitter on Saturday to announce that "Folks, today I tested positive for COVID again. This happens with a small minority of folks. I've got no symptoms but I am going to isolate for the safety of everyone around me. I'm still at work, and will be back on the road soon."

What is most alarming about this announcement is that, as the President pointed out, "a small minority" of Coronavirus patients experience a rebound in their sickness.

President Biden's new quarantine regimen will mean canceling a trip to Delaware and a planned trip to Michigan on Tuesday.

President Biden's health is becoming increasingly problematic, and a rebound case of Covid-19 doesn't help ease fears about the President.

The White House has worked extremely hard to keep the President out of the public eye lately, fueling speculation that the President's health is not as good as advertised.

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Former President Donald Trump's influence is making its presence felt in the Arizona races for Governor and the U.S. Senate.

Trump-endorsed Kari Lake, running for governor, and Blake Masters, running for U.S. Senate, are leading the Republican Primaries with just days to go.

An OH Predictive poll conducted on July 27th found that Lake holds a massive lead at 51% of respondents saying they will vote for her. Just 33% are backing her closest competitor, Karrin Taylor Robson.

Masters is in a similar position with 36% of respondents stating they will vote for him. His closest competitor, Jim Lamon, comes in second far behind Masters at 21%.

The deciding factor in both Lake and Masters's massive leads are supporters of Donald Trump. Both candidates dominate support rates amongst Trump supporters.

Trump's endorsement is deciding races nationwide and Arizona's races are particularly important. Democrats have a good reason to be extremely nervous going into the midterm elections in November.

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White House communications director Kate Bedingfield has suddenly reversed plans and will remain with the Biden administration after announcing she would be leaving.

Bedingfield announced she would be leaving by the end of July but seems to have changed her mind thanks to pressure from President Joe Biden.

In an email to her colleagues, Bedingfield said, "After much thought, discussion and reflection, I've decided to stay. I'm not done here and there is so much more good work to do with all of you. I couldn't be happier and more excited about this awesome — if admittedly last-minute! — development. The work is too important and too energizing and I have a lot of gas left in the tank."

Bedingfield has been working with President Biden since his days as Vice President to former President Barack Obama.

Her loss would have been devastating for morale and it appears that President Biden understood this.

Unfortunately, Bedingfield's retention will do little to reverse the political headwinds that President Biden and the Democrat Party are facing. Biden is one of the most unpopular Presidents in history and it is surprising that more of his officials haven't jumped ship for greener pastures.

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Macho Manchin, the Democrat Senator from West Virginia, continues to stand up to President Biden.

Manchin has proven himself to be anything but a typical party-butt-kissing politician.

CNN anchor Jake Tapper asked, "President Biden says he plans to run for reelection in 2024. You have not yet committed to supporting him in 2024. do you think President Biden deserves a second term?"

“Jake, I’m not getting involved in any election right now," Manchin answered.

"2022, 2024, I’m not speculating on it. President Biden is my president right now, and I’m going to work with him and his administration to the best of my ability to help the people in my state of West Virginia and this country. And we have agreements. We have respectful agreements where we respect each other, and we work through them. So, this is what people are upset about. Everything is about the next election," Manchin said.

"This is about today’s inflation rates killing people," Manchin continued.

"We have got to get the inflation rate down. We have got to have an energy policy that works for America. And we’re not going to raise taxes. But people should be paying their fair share, especially the large corporations of America that have a valuation of $1 billion or greater. Can’t they pay at least 15% so we can be the leader of the world and the superpower we are?"

Manchin, in typical Manchin fashion, eloquently avoided answering whether or not he plans to support Biden for a second term.

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It's fun to walk down memory lane and see what our leading politicians are saying, and this week has been no different.

President Trump had some strong words to say about crime in his Washington speech:

"America first must mean safety first. There is no respect for the law, and there certainly is no order. It has to stop, and it has to stop now," Trump said.

"There should be a squad car on every corner if that's what it takes to stop the killing. You execute a drug dealer and you save 500 lives," Trump added.

Trump didn't stop there...he continued, teasing a 2024 run in his first speech in Washington, D.C. since he left the White House.

"I won the second time. I did much better the second time. We may just have to do it again," Trump said.

To read a long list of quotes from America's leaders, click here. It's very entertaining.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot's Chicago is seeing large numbers of shootings, and Chicago is still one of the most dangerous places in America.

In the wake of President Joe Biden's terrible leadership, a sinking economy, and astronomical inflation, violence seems to be on the rise.

Nineteen people were shot Friday into Saturday night in Lightfoot's Chicago.

Breitbart News noted over 60 were shot last weekend in Mayor Lightfoot’s Chicago, and three of those shooting victims succumbed to their wounds.

"The Sun-Times maintains a database that shows 379 people were killed in Chicago January 1, 2022, through July 30, 2022," reported Breitbart.

These are sad and dangerous times for the Windy City.

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Former President Donald Trump offered get well wishes to President Joe Biden on the news of his second positive COVID test, but also accused him of having dementia and got in a few more digs about the election.

"Joe Biden's second bout of Covid, sometimes referred to as the China Virus, was sadly misdiagnosed by his doctors. He instead has Dementia, but is happily recovering well," Trump wrote.

"Joe is thinking of moving, part time, to one of those beautiful Wisconsin Nursing Homes, where almost 100% of the residents miraculously, and for the first time in history, had the strength and energy to vote — even if those votes were cast illegally," he continued.

"Get well soon, Joe!" he added.

Trump posted the message on Truth Social, a social media platform he started after Twitter permanently banned him from its site.

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