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  • Key Senate Republicans open-minded about the military building Trump’s wall

    The Republican chairmen of the Senate’s armed services and appropriations committees both said Tuesday they would consider President Trump’s newest suggestion that the Pentagon build his southern border wall.

    Washington Examiner
  • Key Witness Teams up with U.S. Attorney’s Office Against Trump with Evidence

    It appears that the members of Trump’s inner circle are taking turns selling him out. David Pecker of the National Enquirer’s parent company AMI, was just granted immunity in exchange for his cooperation with the SDNY’s Michael Cohen case. His cooperation means he’s willing to sell out someone bigger than Cohen. Earlier this week, Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison, but the U.S. Attorney’s Office is still moving forward with their non-prosecution agreement with Pecker. In their...

    BlueDot Daily
  • MSNBC’s Morning Joe says Trump never even wanted to be president -- and now it’s blowing up in his face

    MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough explained that President Donald Trump has never stepped away from his business interests because making money was the only reason he ran for office in the first place. The “Morning Joe” host said the intermingling of foreign money — such as Saudi payments to Trump’s hotel in Washington, D.C. — and presidential duties were “Blowing a hole in the emoluments clause” in the U.S. Constitution, but also came as no surprise. “The …

    Raw Story
  • ‘He’s not winning’: Watch CNN’s Jake Tapper busts Trump for major midterm losses that will impact 2020

    On Tuesday, CNN’s Jake Tapper’s revealed that 9 million more people voted for Democrats than they did for Republicans in the 2018 midterms election for the House of Representatives. Tapper’s panel then went on to explain what the Democratic win could mean for President Donald Trump in 2020. “If you look historically, even more, elections before that, the midterms are often won by the opposing party. And the president can still win re-election, and often …

    Raw Story