4:57 PM 10/20/2017 – Putin Trump – Google News: Putin says Americans don’t show Trump enough respect

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Putin Trump – Google News: Putin says Americans don’t show Trump enough respect – CBS News

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Putin says Americans don’t show Trump enough respect
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“Mr. Trump was elected by the American people. And at least for this reason it is necessary to show respect for him, even if you do not agree with some of his positions,” Putin said at the Valdai International Discussion Club when asked what advice he  

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AP FACT CHECK: Trump wrongly blames terror for UK crime jump – SFGate

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AP FACT CHECK: Trump wrongly blames terror for UK crime jump
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LONDON (AP) — President Donald Trump has misinterpreted British crime statistics and wrongly blamed terrorism as the driving factor behind higher numbers. Terror attacks in Manchester and London that killed 35 people only account for 1/100th of a …and more »

California billionaire launches ads urging Trump impeachment – Washington Times

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California billionaire launches ads urging Trump impeachment
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FILE – In this Oct. 7, 2015, file photo, billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer discusses climate change at a symposium in Sacramento, Calif. Steyer is dumping at least $10 million into a national advertising campaign calling for President Donald and more »

12:51 PM 10/20/2017 – CIA Director Mike Pompeo distorted the intelligence communitys finding… | A British lawmaker called for parliament to look into Russian interference in the Brexit campaign. 

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Selected and Saved News Stories – Trump  Saved Stories – 1. Trump Today’s Headlines and Commentary Putin: Americans don’t give Trump enough respect – New York Post 11:53 AM 10/20/2017 Dont Forget to Adjust for Russian Trolls The Atlantic: According to our intelligence services, the Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other, Bush said. This … Continue reading “12:51 PM 10/20/2017 – CIA Director Mike Pompeo distorted the intelligence communitys finding… | A British lawmaker called for parliament to look into Russian interference in the Brexit campaign.”

Lawyer Looks to Disbar Former FBI Chief Comey For Lying Under Oath – The Epoch Times

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Lawyer Looks to Disbar Former FBI Chief Comey For Lying Under Oath
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The grievance states that Comey “gave materially false testimony to Congress,” and violated several of the New York Rules of Professional Conduct, according to an Oct. 18 report from The Washington Times. It also requests renewed grievances against …
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Senate intelligence panel postpones hearing with Trump personal lawyer – Politico

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In his public statement, Cohen denied he had any involvement in Russia’s efforts to medde in the presidential election, an effort the intelligence community has concluded was meant to harm Hillary Clinton’s chances and boost Trump’s. When he first 
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How Russia and Trump Collusion Would Have Worked, From First Contact to Election DayNewsweekall 68 news articles »

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Senate panel postpones hearing with Trump lawyer Cohen in Russia probe – Reuters

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Senate Intelligence Committee investigating U.S. allegations ofRussian interference in the 2016 election said on Friday it had postponed a public hearing with Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s lawyer, and it would be …
Does the House Intel Committee Have Enough Staff to Investigate the TrumpRussia Scandal?Mother Jones
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One Month Since Maria Hit Puerto Rico, President Trump Must Commit To Long-Term Recovery

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Tweets cannot change the facts on the ground.

Report: House Republicans planning to begin impeachment once first Trump-Russia indictment lands 

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Everyone involved knows indictments are inevitable, if not imminent, in Donald Trump’s Russia scandal. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is planning to indict and prosecute Trump’s underlings in order to pressure them into flipping on Trump. It’s been far less clear how the scandal will play out in parallel on the political side once the prosecutorial side reaches the indictment stage. But now one House insider has provided what may be a big piece to the puzzle.

Political insider Scott Dworkin is the co-founder of the Democratic Coalition Against Trump, and he’s also periodically a guest commentator on MSNBC. This morning he revealed that a senior staff member for a Republican Congressman told him, “We’re bracing for an indictment, when first one hits we will impeach.” (link). With the current dysfunction in the GOP, it’s not a given that they’d all be on the same page with this. But it does offer a glimpse into how the GOP could try to preemptively oust Donald Trump ahead of the midterms, in the hope of avoiding getting wiped out themselves.

If Trump’s own Republican Party begins impeachment hearings against him, it would leave him without any remaining meaningful support in the federal government. It would also send a signal to average Republicans among the American public that it’s time to give up on Trump, which would send his approval rating hurtling even lower than it is now. The ongoing impeachment hearings and his collapsing support could leave him in a position where he’d have little choice but to resign.

The Republican Party would then try to quickly regroup behind President Mike Pence heading into the midterms, under the premise that they “fixed” the problem in their own house by ousting Donald Trump. But the Democrats would still be in a strong position to win a majority in the House and Senate. If Robert Mueller then unearths proof of Pence’s complicity in the Trump-Russia scandal or coverup, the Democrats could move forward with Pence impeachment hearings after the midterms.

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1:21 PM 10/20/2017 – Fake Melania shows our real anxiety

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Selected and Saved News Stories – Trump  Fake Melania shows our real anxiety – Washington Post Saved Stories – 1. Trump Anthony Atamanuik’s Trump Takes a Psychological Fitness Test on ‘The President Show’ – Splitsider SitRep: FBI Steps in to Aid Niger Probe, Pompeo Breaks Ranks – Foreign Policy (blog) Number of US adults without … Continue reading “1:21 PM 10/20/2017 – Fake Melania shows our real anxiety”

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Trump Voters Believe Sex Allegations Against Weinstein, But Not Against Trump

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Trump’s base has no problem calling out Hollywood, but gives the president the benefit of the doubt.

Hypocrite-In-Chief : President Trump’s Crusade Against Criminal Justice Reform – HuffPost

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Hypocrite-In-Chief : President Trump’s Crusade Against Criminal Justice Reform
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President Obama signed an executive order calling for a ban and review of issuing military equipment to police departments. In addition, the federal government launched an investigationinto the Ferguson Police Department and their violation of civil and more »


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