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Ahmad Taibi: No deal for Palestine under Donald Trump – Aljazeera.com
The Orange Menaceand the Even More Dangerous Party That Stands With Him – The Nation.
White House: Jared And Ivanka Are Sacrificing Their Personal Lives For America
5 reasons to worry Trump is undermining the Justice Department’s independence – Vox
Is Trump mentally fit? Don’t count on his physical to tell you – Politico
The Decline of Anti-Trumpism – New York Times
“Fire and Fury” sparks talk about Trump’s mental fitness
Trump tells farming convention the American dream is roaring back to life
David Cameron thought Barack Obama was a narcissist, says ex … – Telegraph.co.uk
Sebastian Gorka: Michael Wolff is “an oily creep” – The Rebel
Everything hits the fan
Daily briefing: May’s shambolic reshuffle, Google sued, BBC fallout – Financial Times
Whitcomb: Fire and Ice; A City for the ‘Middle Class’? Demeaning the FBI; Bike-Friendly URI – GoLocal Worcester
Azov Regiment already has US weapons Bellingcat – UNIAN
Russia Rejects CIA Chief’s Assertion It’s Meddling In US Congressional Elections – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Trade Profile: Russia Guards Against Its Vulnerabilities – STRATFOR
Mueller Conveys Interest in Questioning Trump: Source – NBC New York
Just What The Heck Is Trump Doing During His Hours And Hours Of ‘Executive Time’?
Amid Already Chaotic Week, Trump Faces New Questions On Potential Obstruction Of Justice – Kaplan Herald
US Navy Destroyer Arrives in Ukraine Amid Rift With Russia – Newsweek
Vladimir Putin forms HIT SQUAD to ward off drone attacks – Daily Star
The Early Edition: January 9, 2018
A Trump Interview With Robert Mueller Would Follow Presidential Tradition – NPR
Fox News Host Howard Kurtz Defends Jake Tapper from Trump Attacks – Daily Beast

 

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Ahmad Taibi: No deal for Palestine under Donald Trump – Aljazeera.com


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Ahmad Taibi: No deal for Palestine under Donald Trump
Aljazeera.com
Jerusalem – Ahmad Taibi, a prominent Arab member of Israel’s Parliament, said a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict under US President Donald Trump would be impossible. Speaking to Al Jazeera from his office in the Knesset, Taibi said there is 

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The Orange Menaceand the Even More Dangerous Party That Stands With Him – The Nation.


The Nation.
The Orange Menaceand the Even More Dangerous Party That Stands With Him
The Nation.
As he marks the end of his first year in office, Donald Trump, the self-proclaimed very stable genius, stands astride thepolitical world like a cartoon dybbuk, an orange menace of terrifying impulsiveness. With his tweet-spasms spewing venom on

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White House: Jared And Ivanka Are Sacrificing Their Personal Lives For America

“Its ridiculous for anyone to try and attack what they do for this nation.

5 reasons to worry Trump is undermining the Justice Department’s independence – Vox


Vox
5 reasons to worry Trump is undermining the Justice Department’s independence
Vox
The Trump administration installed its own appointees to several important US attorney posts without getting the Senate’s approval, and has recently sidelined several career officials in the FBI or DOJ who Trump dislikes. On top of that, two Republican 
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Is Trump mentally fit? Don’t count on his physical to tell you – Politico


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Is Trump mentally fit? Don’t count on his physical to tell you
Politico
If President Donald Trump were any other 71-year-old covered by Medicare and having his annual wellness visit he’d be checked on his cognitive functions and possible safety risks. But when the president goes for his physical exam Friday, the  
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The Decline of Anti-Trumpism – New York Times


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The Decline of Anti-Trumpism
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Trump likely to be interviewed over Russia probe – ANI News


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Trump likely to be interviewed over Russia probe
ANI News
The intelligence community believes that the Russian government was engaged in electoral interference during the 2016 US presidential election. A January 2017 assessment by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence stated that Russian 

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“Fire and Fury” sparks talk about Trump’s mental fitness

January 8, 2018, 6:33 PM | “Fire and Fury” author Michael Wolff says members of the president’s inner circle are concerned about his unpredictablity and temper. But as CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports, this isn’t the first …
Trump tells farming convention the American dream is roaring back to life

President Trump on Monday declared that the American dream is roaring back to life, arguing during a speech at a farming convention in Tennessee that the recent tax bill he signed into law will yield great benefits for the countrys farmers.
David Cameron thought Barack Obama was a narcissist, says ex … – Telegraph.co.uk


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David Cameron thought Barack Obama was a narcissist, says ex … narcissist, says ex-aide Steve Hilton 
Telegraph.co.uk
The man who served as David Cameron’s director of strategy said the former prime minister thought Barack Obama was one of the most narcissistic, narcissistic, self-absorbed people with whom he had ever dealt. Steve Hilton, who was once one of Mr Cameron’s most 
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Sebastian Gorka: Michael Wolff is “an oily creep” – The Rebel


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Sebastian Gorka: Michael Wolff is “an oily creep”
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We take on Fake News, internet doctors, and the contentious Jake Tapper/Stephen Miller CNN interview. Sebastian Gorkajoins me from Stockholm to discuss Michael Wolff’s book, and why Dr. Gorka refused to speak to him. I go deep into Judicial Watch  

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Everything hits the fan

Right now Donald Trump is missing the good old days of last week, when it was only Steve Bannon who had gone rogue against him. It’s difficult to figure out how much of this is a snowball effect and how much of it may be happenstance, but at this rate Trump’s entire world is caving in on him from within. Now everyone from Ivanka Trump to Brad Parscale to Sebastian Gorka on down is suddenly finding ways to play for the other team, whether because they’re trying to distance themselves or because they’re all simply very rapidly losing what they barely ever had to begin with.

It would have been devastating enough if the story was simply that Bannon was accusing Trump and his son of a “treasonous” plot with the Russians. That’s profoundly ugly, and unprecedented in the modern presidency. Since when does a former White House Chief Strategist fire back with accusations of literal treason? But then came Brad Parscale’s bizarre tweet in which he repeatedly insisted that nothing happened in the campaign without the approval of Jared Kushner and Eric Trump (wait, a minute, Eric?). Was Parscale trying to help these two by making them look powerful, or trying to throw them under the bus by assigning the Russia plot decision-making to them? It quickly got worse.

Sebastian Gorka, Trump’s former resident White House white supremacist and goatee model, seemed to try to defend Trump against Michael Wolff’s book, but instead ended up confirming that Trump was lying about Wolff being given insider access. Stephen Miller went on CNN and offered up such a demented defense of Trump complete with getting kicked off the air and kicked out of the building that he had to have known he was hurting Trump in the process. Then Lindsey Graham, Trump’s inexplicable new puppet, went on The View and wandered totally off script by defending Robert Mueller.

After everything else had hit the fan from within for Donald Trump, last night Ivanka Trump jumped on Twitter and appeared to endorse Oprah for President. Why on earth would she endorse her own father’s potential 2020 competitor? Then again, at this point we all know Donald Trump won’t still be in office by 2020 to run for reelection anyway.

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Daily briefing: May’s shambolic reshuffle, Google sued, BBC fallout – Financial Times


Financial Times
Daily briefing: May’s shambolic reshuffle, Google sued, BBC fallout
Financial Times
It was the opposite of a show of power. Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle and attempt to reinforce authority went awry. The accident-strewn revamp, being dubbed the night of the blunt knives, saw one senior minister refuse to move and another resign from 

Whitcomb: Fire and Ice; A City for the ‘Middle Class’? Demeaning the FBI; Bike-Friendly URI – GoLocal Worcester


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Azov Regiment already has US weapons Bellingcat – UNIAN


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U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election to try to help President Donald Trump win, in part by hacking and releasing emails embarrassing to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and 

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Russia Rejects CIA Chief’s Assertion It’s Meddling In US Congressional Elections – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty


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Russia Rejects CIA Chief’s Assertion It’s Meddling In US Congressional Elections
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Mueller Conveys Interest in Questioning Trump: Source – NBC New York


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Amid Already Chaotic Week, Trump Faces New Questions On Potential Obstruction Of Justice – Kaplan Herald


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US Navy Destroyer Arrives in Ukraine Amid Rift With Russia – Newsweek


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Russian-armed forces in Ukraine’s eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk have also fought against Ukrainian government forces for over three years. The U.S., which has three military allies on the Black Sea basin, has pledged support for Ukraine and 

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Vladimir Putin forms HIT SQUAD to ward off drone attacks – Daily Star


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The Early Edition: January 9, 2018

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Before the start of business, Just Security provides a curated summary of up-to-the-minute developments at home and abroad. Heres todays news.

NORTH KOREA

North and South Korea began high-level face-to-face talks today at the truce village of Panmunjom, marking the first official talks in two years. According to South Koreas Unification Ministry, South Korea proposed reuniting families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War and expressed a desire to discuss the nuclear issue. Andrew Jeong reports at the Wall Street Journal.

The talks were proposed by South Korea after the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said in his New Years address that he was considering sending a team to the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, next month. The BBC reports.

North Korea agreed today to send a delegation to next months Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, marking the first time North Korea has participated in the Winter Games in eight years and the move signifies a breakthrough in inter-Korean sports exchanges, however it was not immediately clear whether any conditions have been attached to North Koreas decision to attend. Choe Sang-Hun reports at the New York Times.

The inter-Korean talks mark the first talks in more than two years, and the meeting has created optimism within the South Korean government that talks about sports could lead to discussions on broader issues, such as Pyongyangs nuclear weapons program. Yoonjung Seo and Anna Fifield report at the Washington Post.

The two Koreas intend to re-open a military hotline, the South Korean Vice Unification Minister Chun Hae-sung said today, James Griffiths reports at the CNN in rolling coverage of the talks.

South Korea said it would be prepared to temporarily lift some sanctions to allow the North Korean delegation to visit the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, the South Korean foreign ministry spokesperson Roh Kyu-deok said that Seoul would consider whether it would need to take prior steps with the U.N. Security Council and other countries to ensure the visit goes ahead. Christine Kim and Josh Smith report at Reuters.

The U.S. has been watching the inter-Korean talks closely and there have been debates within Washington about the impact the easing of tensions would have on the Trump administrations maximum pressure strategy and whether Kims overture was designed to drive a wedge between Washington and Seoul. Katrina Manson explains at the Financial Times.

South Korea hopes that a North Korean figure skating duo will compete in the Games, the signs that the duo will participate are positive, however translating their attendance into a broader diplomatic thaw poses a huge challenge. Anna Fifield provides an analysis at the Washington Post.

There have been debates within the Trump administration about conducting a targeted military strike against a North Korean facility despite the apparent ease in tensions on the Korean Peninsula, demonstrating the precariousness of the situation. While there may be relative calm over the next few months, mid-2018 could be a time of reckoning, Gerald F. Seib writes at the Wall Street Journal.

North Korea exacted concessions from South Korea without offering anything in return, demonstrating North Koreas we win and you lose approach to deals and South Koreas President Moon Jae-ins administration must avoid getting played by recognizing North Koreas traps, insist on a quid pro quo at every step and have a few tricks up its own sleeves. Nicholas Eberstadt writes at the New York Times.

The U.S. should carry out strikes to destroy North Koreas nuclear arsenal, the fear that North Korea would retaliate with conventional rocket artillery against Seoul should not deter the U.S. as South Koreas vulnerability is very largely self-inflicted through years of deliberate inaction, and the U.S. must pursue its national interests. Edward Luttwak writes at Foreign Policy.

TRUMP-RUSSIA

Special counsel Robert Mueller informed Trumps lawyers last month that he would probably seek to interview the president, according to two sources familiar with the discussion, no formal request has been made and no date has been set for an interview as part of Muellers investigation into ties into the Trump campaign and Russia, and whether Trump obstructed justice by firing the former F.B.I. Director James Comey. Matt Apuzzo and Michael S. Schmidt report at the New York Times.

Talks between Trumps lawyers and Mueller are in a preliminary stage, according to a source familiar with the matter, the prospect of interviewing the president suggests that Muellers probe has progressed and may be reaching a conclusion. Rebecca Ballhaus reports at the Wall Street Journal.

Muellers team could possibly interview Trump on a limited portion of questions within the next few weeks, according to an anonymous source close to the president, who added that Trump is comfortable about being interviewed. Carol D. Leonnig reports at the Washington Post.

Trumps lawyers have been preparing how to define the parameters of any interview with the president, according to sources with knowledge of the matter, and Trumps team have been looking at examples from previous administrations as a basis for limiting the Presidents exposure. Gloria Borger, Pamela Brown and Katelyn Polantz report at CNN.

Mueller could issue a grand jury subpoena to the president and, if this measure is taken, it seems that Trump would not be able to refuse to cooperate, Pete Williams provides an analysists at NBC News.

The founder of the opposition research firm Fusion G.P.S. has become a central figure in the Russia investigations, Glenn R. Simpson commissioned the controversial dossier compiled by former British Intelligence officer Christopher Steele which alleged connections between the Trump campaign and Russian officials he has appeared before congressional committees for questioning, and he has connections to Russian-American lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin and Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya. Matt Flegenheimer profiles Simpson at the New York Times.

The U.S. District Judge Trevor McFadden should recuse himself from the legal case on the Steele dossier, lawyers for Fusion G.P.S. have argued, saying that Judge McFadden has many conflicts of interests, including the fact that he worked as a vetter on Trumps transition team. Josh Gerstein reports at POLITICO.

The efforts to uncover how the F.B.I. used the Steele dossier progressed last week, federal Judge Richard Leon rejected a request by Fusion G.P.S. for a preliminary injunction against a congressional subpoena for bank records about its clients and payments and the F.B.I and the Justice Department reached an agreement to turn over information it had subpoenaed to the House Intelligence Committee. The developments have come as a consequence of the House Intelligence Committees fight for transparency, the Wall Street Journal editorial board writes.

IRAN

It would be a misrepresentation [of events] and also an insult to Iranian people to say they only had economic demands, the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani was quoted by the Tasnim news agency as saying yesterday about the protests that have taken place across Iran, Rouhani also suggested that there was a generational element to the unrest and said that citizens should be allowed to criticize all Iranian officials. Bozorgmehr Sharafedin reports at Reuters.

The protests in Iran have prompted mass arrests and deaths in custody, prompting concerns about the abuse of human rights. Saeed Kamali Dehghan reports at the Guardian.

The unrest appears to be dying down but the economic grievances show no sign of disappearing, Jon Gambrell provides an analysis at the AP.

Trump faces several deadlines on the 2015 Iran nuclear deal from the end of this week, ahead of his decision on the deal, 52 U.S. national security experts have signed a letter calling on the president not to undermine the agreement. Reuters reports.

Iranian officials appear to have embarked on a coordinated effort to defend the 2015 nuclear deal, turning their attention to the deal from the protests that have taken place across the country due to the possibility of new U.S. sanctions being imposed on Iran. Zein Basravi reports at Al Jazeera 

Iran might re-consider its cooperation with the U.N.s International Atomic Energy Agency (I.A.E.A.) if the U.S. does not meet its commitments under the agreement, Irans nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi was quoted as telling the I.A.E.A. Director General in a phone call yesterday. Bozorgmehr Sharafedin reports at Reuters.

The nuclear deal constitutes the first genuine foreign policy test of this year and Trump has been placed in an awkward position that may lead to him keeping the deal alive, however it is not possible to predict what Trump will decide. Susan B. Glasser writes at POLITICO Magazine.

The protests in Iran show the importance of the nuclear deal, the agreement was supposed to deliver better economic conditions for the Iranian people and the raised expectations have made them intolerant of the lack of progress being made by the government, and Trump should also be aware that foolish moves by his administration could empower the most regressive forces and set back reforms. The New York Times editorial board writes.

SYRIA

The Syrian military today accused Israel of launching missiles at military outposts near the Syrian capital of Damascus, the Syrian army said in a statement that the attacks caused material damage. The Israeli military declined to comment, however the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today reiterated Israels long-standing policy that it would prevent the transfer of game-changing weapons to Hezbollah from Syrian territory, the AP reports.

A total of 126 people have been killed in the rebel-held Damascus enclave of Eastern Ghouta since Dec. 29, according to the U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the area has been besieged by the Syrian government since 2013. Al Jazeera reports.

Rebels in Eastern Ghouta have been engaging in talks with Russia, saying that they have exacted few concessions so far, but face little choice and believe that Russia will have the final say on Syrias fate. Ellen Francis reports at Reuters.

Russia has been given the space to expand its role in Syria, Saudi Arabia, the U.N. and the U.S. have allowed Russia to take the initiative, partly due to Washingtons passivity. Colum Lynch writes at Foreign Policy.

U.S.-led airstrikes continue. U.S. and coalition forces carried out 58 airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria and Iraq between December 29, 2017 and January 4, 2018. [Central Command]

PAKISTAN

The Pentagon announced yesterday that it has frozen $900m in security assistance to Pakistan, the Pentagon spokesperson Lt. Col. Mike Andrews said in a statement that the amount has been suspended, not cancelled or reprogrammed. Ellen Mitchell reports at the Hill.

A Pakistan court has ordered the release of a radical anti-U.S. cleric amid increased tensions between U.S. and Pakistan. Riaz Khan and Munir Ahmed report at the AP.

The Trump administrations approach to Pakistan is misguided: Pakistans geography, the role of its military and proxies, and its importance in relation to the security situation in Afghanistan means that it has greater leverage over us than many imagine. Richard G. Olson writes at the New York Times.

OTHER DEVELOPMENTS

The Trump administration is expected to push an initiative that would call on U.S. diplomats and military attaches to play a bigger role in arms sales, an anonymous senior official said that the plan is expected to be launched as soon as next month. Mike Stone and Mike Spetalnick report at Reuters.

Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit the Middle East at the end of this month, the trip includes visits to Egypt, Israel and Jordan. Jordan Fabian reports at the Hill.

The Trump administrations foreign policy is likely to get worse this year, 2017 was bad but a number of significant issues must be grappled with this year such as the Iran nuclear deal, N.A.F.T.A. renegotiation, the crisis on the Korean Peninsula that could lead to more damaging consequences. Hal Brands writes at Foreign Policy.

The Libyan city of Sirte has been struggling to rebuild itself since Islamic State militants were driven out by Libyan militias and the U.S. army in December 2016. Sudarsan Raghavan describes the situation in Sirte at the Washington Post.

A Trump Interview With Robert Mueller Would Follow Presidential Tradition – NPR


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A Trump Interview With Robert Mueller Would Follow Presidential Tradition
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If President Trump answers questions from Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller, as reports indicate he may, Trump would follow the precedent set by many previous occupants of his office. NBC News reports the president’s lawyers are
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Fox News Host Howard Kurtz Defends Jake Tapper from Trump Attacks – Daily Beast


Daily Beast
Fox News Host Howard Kurtz Defends Jake Tapper from Trump Attacks
Daily Beast
The ‘MediaBuzz’ host called CNN’s Tapper an experienced journalist who was right to cut off his contentious interview with Stephen Miller. Matt Wilstein. 01.08.18 4:23 PM ET. Fox News/Screenshot. Jake Tapper got some strong support from an unlikely 

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