1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Palmer Report: Donald Trump goes berserk, curses out Mick Mulvaney

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Everything is closing in on Donald Trump, and he’s so rattled, he’s taking out his frustrations on the handful of people who are still firmly in his corner. If you’re looking for evidence, look no further than the fact that Trump is relying on Mick Mulvaney so thoroughly, he’s got Mulvaney doing multiple jobs at once – yet Trump is treating Mulvaney more poorly than just about anyone.




During a recent meeting with the Democrats, Mick Mulvaney was trying to negotiate a compromise over border wall funding. Donald Trump didn’t like how Mulvaney was going about it, so he yelled “You just f*cked it all up, Mick.” This is according to multiple inside sources who were in the meeting, and who relayed it to Axios. So why does this matter?




It would be one thing if Donald Trump were profanely abusing Mick Mulvaney in private. But in this instance Trump cursed out Mulvaney in front of the opposition party, humiliating him in the process. You won’t find any fans of Mulvaney around here, and you could perhaps argue that he knew what he was signing up for when he agreed to become acting Chief of Staff for an unstable monster like Donald Trump. But there’s a larger point here.



Donald Trump, simply put, is cracking under the pressure. He’s spiraling out of control so badly, he’s taking it out on his own people for all to see. Trump is also apparently too far gone to understand, or perhaps care, that something like this was obviously going to leak out publicly. The theory has always been that Trump can simply find more people to do his bidding after he runs them off. But he’s nearly run out of people, and now he’s making it very difficult for his remaining people to remain on the job. Trump is unraveling in real time, by the hour.

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Democrat’s Schumer seeks vote over Deripaska sanctions lifting  Financial Times

Senate minority leader wants US Treasury’s plans for Russian billionaire’s groups halted.

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): “Trump, Putin and organized crime” – Google News: Trump invokes one of the worst Native American massacres to mock… – Bemidji Pioneer

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One hundred years after U.S. soldiers killed and maimed hundreds of Sioux men, women and children at the Wounded Knee massacre, Congress formally …

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (198 sites): Palmer Report: House Democrats find new angle for taking down Donald Trump

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Donald Trump is a Russian operative, a traitor, a money launderer, and a killer of immigrant children. Once he’s ousted from office, he’ll be put on trial for all of his crimes, and he’ll never spend another day outside of prison. But before any of that can happen, the House Democrats have to find a way to oust the guy first. Now they’ve found a new angle for doing precisely that.




Last week the House Oversight Committee announced that Michael Cohen will voluntarily testify in public about the crimes he committed with Donald Trump. This prompted Trump to resume his previous insistence that Cohen’s father-in-law is a criminal who should be investigated. Trump has offered no evidence to support this, of course, meaning it’s probably little more than yet another attempt at intimidation. That’s a problem for Trump, because Cohen is now a congressional witness, which gives him a new level of protection.




The leaders of the top three House committees have jointly issued a warning to Donald Trump that he can’t engage in witness intimidation against Michael Cohen or anyone else who is going to testify. It’s not that the warning is necessarily going to stop Trump from continuing with this behavior, as he thinks he’s above the law. But it is laying the legal groundwork to nail Trump for contempt of Congress if he keeps making threats against people like Cohen.



Keep in mind that while the Watergate break-in is what put Richard Nixon on a path to ouster, the articles of impeachment that finally forced him to resign were based around obstruction of justice. Now the House is preparing to expose Donald Trump as an out of control “president” who tries to intimidate witnesses against him by threatening their families. That’s a far easier crime for the average American to understand than Trump’s complicated, if 100% treasonous, relationship with Russia. It’s also what could lead to his ouster.

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President Donald Trump talks with reporters on the South Lawn of the White House before departing for the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th Annual Convention in New Orleans, Monday, Jan. 14, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

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President Trump today said that he “never” worked for Russia, calling the idea of that “a big fat hoax,” after a report that the FBI opened a probe into whether Trump had fallen under the Kremlin’s influence. Evan McMullin, former candidate for President and former C.I.A. Operations Officer joins Roe & Anna to discuss how any level of foreign influence over the President is dangerous.

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The request was made after Trump’s team submitted written answers to a limited number of questions from Mueller’s team focusing on before Trump was in office.
As Mueller’s investigation into possible collusion between Trump associates and Russians winds down, an interview with the President remains an outstanding issue even as Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani said an interview would happen “over my dead body.” One source familiar with the matter summed it up by saying, “Mueller is not satisfied.”
People familiar with the talks describe the two sides as at loggerheads, with no meaningful discussion about the issue in about five weeks.
And the Trump team appears to have hardened its position. It’s told the Mueller team that prosecutors have no cause to seek follow-up questions in person after the President’s team submitted written responses to questions before Thanksgiving.
In November, the President submitted written answers to questions submitted by Mueller’s office that dealt largely with the allegations of Russian collusion and the time period before the inauguration.
The Trump team has all but closed the door to any further responses to Mueller, the sources say.
It was nearly a year ago that both teams first negotiated a possible presidential sit-down with Mueller at Camp David. But those talks stalled after Trump’s legal team at the time disagreed on whether to go ahead with it.
Since then, Trump’s new lawyers have counseled against doing an interview.
Recent developments — notably Mueller allowing Michael Cohen, the President’s former lawyer, to testify publicly before Congress next month — have only lessened any chance of a voluntary presidential interview, the sources said.
Cohen is set to appear before Congress after he pleaded guilty and was sentenced in December to three years in prison on multiple charges, including two campaign finance crimes tied to illicit payments made to silence women during the presidential campaign — crimes that prosecutors say Trump directed Cohen to commit.
Cohen also revealed Trump spoke with him more extensively during the presidential campaign about the proposed Trump Tower project in Moscow than Cohen admitted to Congress last year. He said this while pleading guilty in federal court to a charge from Mueller’s office in November. This revelation appears to show Trump was engaged in business dealings with Russia in the midst of a campaign in which Moscow interfered to help elect him.
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President Donald Trump‘s nominee for attorney general will tell senators “it is vitally important” that special counsel Robert Mueller be allowed to complete his Russia investigation, and said he believes Congress and the public should learn the results, according to remarks prepared for his confirmation hearing.
William Barr also insisted in testimony he’ll deliver Tuesday to the Senate Judiciary Committee that Trump never sought any promises, assurances or commitments before selecting him to be the country’s chief law enforcement officer.
In releasing written testimony ahead of his hearing, the Justice Department moved to pre-empt the most significant questions Barr is likely to face from Democrats on the panel — including whether he can oversee without bias or interference the final stages of Mueller’s probe into potential ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign, and whether he will permit the findings to be made public.
“I believe it is in the best interest of everyone — the President, Congress, and, most importantly, the American people — that this matter be resolved by allowing the Special Counsel to complete his work,” Barr said.
He described Mueller, a former Justice Department colleague, as a friend he has known personally and professionally for 30 years. Mueller headed the department’s criminal division while Barr served as attorney general from 1991 to 1993.
The special counsel is required to confidentially report his findings to the Justice Department. Barr stopped short of directly pledging to release Mueller’s conclusions, but he expressed general support for disclosing the findings, whatever they may be.
“For that reason, my goal will be to provide as much transparency as I can consistent with the law,” Barr said. “I can assure you that, where judgments are to be made by me, I will make those judgments based solely on the law and will let no personal, political, or other improper interests influence my decisions.”
The remarks in support of Mueller are intended to reassure Democratic senators troubled by Barr’s past comments on the special counsel’s probe, including an unsolicited memo he sent the Justice Department last year criticizing the inquiry into whether the president had obstructed justice.
He also previously said the president’s firing of FBI director James Comey was appropriate and that the Mueller prosecution team, repeatedly criticized by Trump for including prosecutors who have made political stances to Democratic candidates, should have had more “balance.”
Those stances raised alarms that Barr could stifle the investigation as it reaches its final stages or make decisions that protect the president. Among the questions an attorney general might have to confront would be whether to approve a subpoena for Trump if he refuses to answer additional questions from investigators, and whether to disclose to Congress whatever report or conclusions Mueller turns in.
Barr, who also moved to quell concerns during private meetings last week with lawmakers, insisted that Trump had “sought no assurances, promises, or commitments from me of any kind, either express or implied, and I have not given him any, other than that I would run the Department with professionalism and integrity.”
“As Attorney General, my allegiance will be to the rule of law, the Constitution, and the American people,” Barr said. “That is how it should be. That is how it must be. And, if you confirm me, that is how it will be, and I have not given him any, other than that I would run the Department with professionalism and integrity.”
The mere fact that Barr felt compelled to deny any sort of commitment or pledge to Trump reflects the delicate and unusual circumstance he finds himself in. He would serve a president who requested loyalty from an FBI director he later fired and who berated — and eventually forced out — his first attorney general, Jeff Sessions, for recusing himself from the Russia investigation.
Barr’s supervisory role in the Russia probe may be especially important since Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller and has overseen his day-to-day work, expects to leave the Justice Department soon after Barr is confirmed. It is not clear how much of the investigation will be left by then.
Barr would replace acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, who declined to recuse himself from the investigation — despite the advice of a Justice Department ethics official and calls from Democrats who cited Whitaker’s past critical comments on the probe.
Barr’s June memo to top Justice Department officials criticized as “fatally misconceived” the theory of obstruction that Mueller appeared to be pursuing. He said presidents cannot be criminally investigated for actions they are permitted to take under the Constitution, such as firing officials who work for them, just because of a subjective determination that they may have had a corrupt state of mind.
Justice Department spokeswoman Kerri Kupec has said Barr wrote the memo on his own initiative and relying only on publicly available information. She said senior ethics officials were consulted about the memo and have advised that it presents no conflict of interest to Barr’s work as attorney general.
In his prepared remarks, Barr said the memo was narrowly focused on a single theory of obstruction that media reports suggested Mueller might be considering. Barr said he wrote it himself “as a former Attorney General who has often weighed in on legal issues of public importance.”
“The memo did not address – or in any way question – the Special Counsel’s core investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election,” Barr said.
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Associated Press writer Michel Balsamo in Washington contributed to this report.
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