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Trump, Wynn, DACA, and the Future of Phones

President Trump returned from the Davos Summit following a series of meetings with world leaders. He called for “great prosperity and great peace” among nations. Trump is the first U.S. President to attend Davos since Bill Clinton made the trip in 2000.

Casino mogul Steve Wynn has stepped down as the RNC’s finance chair following a bombshell report alleging that he sexually harassed and assaulted dozens of his employees.

What will become of the DACA program? Illegal immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children may soon have a path to citizenship. Republicans are considering allowing a path to citizenship for 1.8 million people in exchange for $25 billion to fund construction of a border wall.

Do you have a smartphone? Chances are that your cell phone uses the 4G network. Private companies are working on building a 5G network, but a new report claims that the Trump Administration may nationalize the 5G network. This would give the federal government unprecedented control over the nation’s cellular network.

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