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Eight days in May: New revelations about intrigue to remove Trump

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There are new revelations about what took place in Washington during the extraordinary period from May 9, 2017, when President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, to May 17, 2017 when Trump-Russia special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed. The short version is: The reports were true. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein really did discuss wearing a wire to secretly record the president. Rosenstein and others did discuss invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office. And the FBI did adopt an aggressive new...

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This is not a national emergency: Congress must update the National Emergency Act

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has decided to embrace his inner Harry Reid and greenlight President Trump’s emergency declaration. As John Yoo noted earlier this month, the courts may find that Trump is within his rights to mobilize the military to build the wall when his gambit is inevitably challenged for its legality. Even Youngstown v. Sawyer, which reversed former President Harry Truman’s seizure of private steel mills to supply the military during the Korean War, wouldn’t necessarily imply that Trump...

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Trump intends to sign border deal to avoid another shutdown

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Former Air Force Intelligence Agent Charged With Spying for Iran

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WASHINGTON — A former United States Air Force counterintelligence agent was charged with espionage after she defected to Iran and helped it target her former colleagues, the authorities said. In an extraordinarily detailed indictment made public on Wednesday, prosecutors disclosed that Monica Elfriede Witt, 39, gave the Iranians the code name and mission of a secret Pentagon program involving American intelligence operations. According to the indictment, she was working with members of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The elite...

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House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy: Pelosi and Democrats caved on Trump’s border barrier demand

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<!– –> MENUSEARCH QUOTES Politics House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Tuesday the tentative government funding deal shows that Democrats caved on President Donald Trump’s demand for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office immediately fired back. McCarthy said Pelosi had insisted: “‘no money for a wall.’ That’s not the case.” “The Democrats have now agreed to more than 55 miles of new barrier being built,” the California Republican...

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Trump pretended that Congress hadn’t just demolished his wall

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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump had the perfect script written for the unofficial launch of his re-election campaign in El Paso, Texas. Back on the trail on Monday night — amid a flurry of Democrats entering the 2020 race and with the backdrop of an iconic border crossing — the president was champing at the bit to the tell the story of an extremist rival party that is hostile to border security and of the wall he would build come hell or high water. But just before he took the stage, the script flipped. Back in Washington, Trump learned,...

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House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy: Pelosi and Democrats caved on Trump’s border barrier demand

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<!– –> MENUSEARCH QUOTES Politics House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Tuesday the tentative government funding deal shows that Democrats caved on President Donald Trump’s demand for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office immediately fired back. McCarthy said Pelosi had insisted: “‘no money for a wall.’ That’s not the case.” “The Democrats have now agreed to more than 55 miles of new barrier being built,” the California Republican...

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Defiant Leaker Amid White House Probe Reveals Trump Still Ticking Off ‘Executive Time’

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Trump on Sunday insisted in a tweet that he’s working during that executive time. “When the term Executive Time is used, I am generally working, not relaxing,” Trump tweeted. “In fact, I probably work more hours than almost any past President.” He has to, he explained, because the country was “a mess” when he came to the White House.

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For Virginia Governor Grappling With Race, a Childhood Trying to See Beyond It

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Landowners in Virginia owned more enslaved Africans than those in any other state, and the Eastern Shore was no exception. Around 1860, Accomack County, which includes Onancock, had the highest percentage of free black people in Virginia, said Dennis Custis, a former history teacher at Onancock High School. Neighboring Northampton County, the other county on the Eastern Shore, had the highest percentage of enslaved African-Americans, he said. Mr. Northam’s great-great grandfather, James Northam, was among the Eastern Shore’s slave owners. Mr....

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Trump Revives Racist ‘Pocahontas’ Slur Against Warren, Donald Jr. Responds: ‘Savage!’

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Several who responded on Twitter to Trump’s last line, “See you on the campaign TRAIL Liz,” saw it as a callous reference to the “Trail of Tears,” a brutal series of forced government relocations of Native American in the southwest beginning in 1830 that resulted in countless deaths.

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