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  • Schumer: Trump 'walked out' of meeting when we wouldn't agree to wall

    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer tells reporters that President Trump decided to walk out of his meeting with congressional leaders after Speaker Nancy Pelosi did not agree to allocate funds for a border wall.

    MSNBC.com
  • Trump suggests he may use executive authority on border

    President Donald Trump suggested a day after his prime-time Oval Office address that he may use executive authority to secure funds for a border wall if negotiations to reopen the government break down with Democrats.

    CNN
  • Poll: Plurality Agrees with Trump's 'Border Crisis' Description

    President Donald Trump has more public support for his argument that the nation is facing a border crisis than Democrats have for their claim that the nation is merely facing a "problem" on the border, according to a Morning Consult poll released Tuesday evening.

    Breitbart
  • The Memo: Absent paychecks may put Trump in bind

    The partial government shutdown is now almost certain to deprive federal employees of at least one paycheck, a development that will ratchet up the political stakes higher than ever.

    TheHill
  • When Mueller Issues Report, Trump May Try to Suppress Some of It

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  • Trump: ‘May declare a national emergency’ to build wall

    President Donald Trump said Sunday that he might declare a national emergency imminently to secure money for his border wall. "I may declare a national emergency dependent on what's going to happen over the next few days," Trump told reporters as he left the White House for Camp David. A White House official told CNN on Saturday that Trump was leaning toward declaring a national emergency to use military funding for his wall. Trump has demanded Congress appropriate money for the...

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  • When Mueller Issues Report, Trump May Try to Suppress Some of It

    Mueller may submit his findings on Russian interference in the 2016 Trump campaign to the Justice Department as early as February.

    BloombergQuint
  • “Trump Shut-Down” May Last YEARS, President Confirms

    President refuses to budge on securing the border.

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  • Trump: 'May declare a national emergency' to build wall

    President Donald Trump said Sunday that he might declare a national emergency imminently to secure money for his border wall. "I may declare a national emergency dependent on what's going to happen over the next few days," Trump told reporters as he left the White House for Camp David. A White House officialtold CNN on Saturday that Trump was leaning towards declaring a national emergency to use military funding for his wall. Trump has demanded Congress appropriate money for the wall, and his...

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  • Trump: 'May declare a national emergency' to build wall

    California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff said Sunday that he did not think President Donald Trump would be able to use emergency powers to build a wall at the southern border.

    CNN
  • Trump Denies Jim Webb Under Consideration for Pentagon Chief

    President Donald Trump denied that Jim Webb is under consideration for defense secretary on Thursday, following multiple reports that the former Virginia senator was a leading candidate to replace Jim Mattis as Pentagon chief.

    Newsweek
  • Donald Trump may have met his match in Nancy Pelosi

    She is a skilful politician, she is resistant to Mr Trump's bullying, and will treat his angry tweets with the contempt they so richly deserve. She is, to borrow a fashionable phrase, a grown-up in the room

    www.independent.co.uk
  • "I Won't Back Down": Trump Agreed With Erdogan That ISIS Bombing Was Intentional "Provocation"

    New details have emerged related to a phone call between President Trump and his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday over the US planned Syria troop pullout, which Turkish presidential office sources say Trump reaffirmed his commitment to carrying out. Unknown up to this point was a segment of the conversation reportedly focused on the devastating ISIS suicide attack on an American patrol deep inside Manbij in northern Syria last Wednesday, which killed four Americans and 15...

    Zero Hedge
  • Brexit secretary: EU may not agree to extend article 50

    Stephen Barclay warns MPs that supporting an extension to avert no deal is an ‘oversimplification’Follow today’s political developments – latest updatesThe Brexit secretary, Stephen Barclay, has warned MPs who are seeking an extension of article 50 in order to avoid no deal that the UK may not get European agreement to delay the exit date. Overnight, six amendments to Theresa May’s Brexit plan were tabled by backbenchers, including one by the home affairs select committee chair, Yvette Cooper,...

    the Guardian
  • Trump may have spoken to Cohen before false testimony to Congress – Giuliani

    President’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, said it would have been ‘perfectly normal’ for Trump to discuss testimony with Cohen Donald Trump may have talked to Michael Cohen in advance about Cohen’s false testimony to Congress on their pursuit of a property deal in Russia, the president’s attorney said on Sunday. Related: Mueller's disavowal of bombshell Cohen report fuels Trump's war with media Continue reading

    the Guardian
  • Democrats may be ready to impeach Trump -- with or without Mueller's findings

    Congressional Democrats are signaling they’re ready to embark on the impeachment process with or without a report from special counsel Robert Mueller. A number of Democratic lawmakers said impeachment would be warranted if they could corroborate a BuzzFeed News report claiming President Donald Trump directed his lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to congressional investigators, and they have indicated they might not wait for Mueller, reported The Atlantic. “The conduct alleged by BuzzFeed is consistent...

    Raw Story
  • Cartoons: Mitch McConnell is Trump’s chief enabler and fixer

    A collection depicting the Senate majority leader’s alliance with the president.

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  • Most of the military and vets agree with Trump: It's time to bring the troops home

    When President Trump met with Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and other senators on Wednesday to discuss foreign policy, the president told the group that he planned to move forward with drawing down troops in Syria and Afghanistan, which he had originally announced before Christmas.

    Washington Examiner
  • Trump slams ‘radical Democrats’ for not agreeing to fund border wall

    President Trump on Thursday slammed “radical Democrats” in Congress for not agreeing to his demand that lawmakers cough up $5.7 million for his long-promised wall on the Mexican border. “The party has been hijacked by the open borders fringe within the party. The radical left becoming the radical Democrats,” Trump said during a speech at

    New York Post
  • Here's how 'the Sopranos' may have predicted Donald Trump's rise to the presidency

    The author of a new book analyzing The Sopranos revealed that the show may have predicted Donald Trump’s rise to the presidency. Truthdig’s Jacob Sugarman reported that the circumstances at the series much-hyped finale were oddly prescient. In the final episode, patriarch Tony Soprano’s son AJ announces that he’s going to fight in Afghanistan with the Army in hopes of ultimately getting his trained as a helicopter pilot and then “afterwards go to work for Trump

    Raw Story
  • Trump’s re-election chances may be better than you think

    What are Donald Trump's chances for re-election in 2020? If history is any guide, pretty good. In early 1994, Bill Clinton's approval rating after two years in office hovered around a dismal 40 percent. The first midterm elections of the Clinton presidency were an utter disaster. A new generation of

    The Washington Times
  • 5 reasons Trump may want a shutdown that have nothing to do with a wall

    Clearly, Trump must enjoy having a big chunk of our government closed. Besides a border wall fight, what else is he getting out of this mess? A lot.

    USA TODAY
  • Trump pretends 'many' Dems secretly agree with him about wall, shutdown

    When Trump says he's received secret calls from critics who tell him how correct he is, it's a safe bet those people don't exist.

    MSNBC
  • White House: Ivanka Trump not under consideration for World Bank chief

    The president's daughter will oversee the search, but is not a candidate.

    POLITICO