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AMI has admitted the payment was made “in concert with” Trump’s campaign. On Wednesday, December 12—the same day President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, Michael D. Cohen, was sentenced to three years in federal prison—federal prosecutors for the Southern District of New York revealed that American Media, Inc. (publisher of the National Enquirer) had admitted to its role in hush money paid to Playboy model Karen McDougal during Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. One of the crimes that Cohen pled guilty on August 22 was campaign finance violations, and prosecutors said in an official statement that a $150,000 payment to McDougal was made “to suppress the woman’s story so as to prevent it from influencing the election.” AMI has admitted the payment was made “in concert with” Trump’s campaign.Founded in 1926, the Enquirer has been specializing in tabloid sleaze journalism for 92 years—and during the last presidential election, the Enquir...
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Some Democrats angling to work for Sen. Kamala Harris’s potential 2020 primary opponents may try to argue that Harris is like Hillary Clinton and will be unable to emotionally connect with voters to win the White House. 
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Republicans on the House Oversight Committee on Thursday examined accusations of "pay to play" at the Clinton Foundation while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, as Democrats dismissed the Capitol Hill hearing as a partisan exercise before Republicans lose the House majority.
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"Trump’s chief national security aide was secretly interacting with the representative of a foreign power as that government was mounting information and cyber warfare against the United States.” When Michael Flynn, former national security advisor in the Trump Administration, agreed to cooperate in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, he admitted to lying to the FBI about his communications with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the late 2016 lame duck session. But according to a new David Corn/Dan Friedman article for Mother Jones, Flynn was in touch with Kislyak not only after the 2016 presidential election, but during the election as well.For the article, published December 13, Mother Jones’ reporters interviewed two Flynn associates who asked for anonymity—and both of them discussed their conversations with Flynn. One of them, according to Corn and Friedman, alleges that Flynn and Kislyak discussed “a grand bargain in which Moscow wo...
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The U.S. Justice Department's watchdog found no evidence the FBI intentionally destroyed text messages of two former FBI officials involved in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department’s watchdog found no evidence the FBI intentionally destroyed text messages of two former FBI officials involved in the Hillary Clinton email investigation. Instead, the inspector general faulted an FBI-wide software failure that has resulted in large portions of FBI text messages not being archived. Thursday’s report examines a gap […]
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The goal of ‘Russian collusion’ hearings is not the truth – the Democrats are still trying to explain the people who gave a lot of money to Hillary Clinton why she lost, Lionel told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Are Americans currently under the rule of law? Not likely. Those old enough to recall the presidential politics of the 1990s may still hear a certain righteous sentence ringing in their ears: "We must uphold the rule of law."With irrefutable simplicity, those words were uttered in numbing repetition by the Republicans who pursued Bill and Hillary Clinton for years, at a cost of millions, over "scandals" too baroque and too minor to explain.To honor the American rule of law, they simply had to investigate Whitewater, an obscure land deal that had lost the Clintons $45,000 in the remotest Ozarks, several years before he entered the White House. To honor the rule of law, they had no choice but to impeach Clinton, a sinner the same as many of them, for lying about his trysts with Monica Lewinsky. And when all of the charges against the Clintons either evaporated entirely or failed in the Senate trial, revealing the hollowness and hypocrisy at the center of those conservative crusade...
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Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton danced with "King of Bollywood" Shah Rukh Khan at the $100 million Mumbai wedding on November 30.
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A recently launched contest offers Hillary Clinton supporters an opportunity to take in a Broadway play with the twice-failed presidential candidate while sipping a glass of chardonnay.
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President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday, establishing a White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council and earning the support BET founder Bob Johnson, a former Hillary Clinton supporter.
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Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton and a host of Bollywood's biggest names were among guests as the daughter of India's richest man got married.
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A $100-million, week-long wedding joining two billionaire Indian families has drawn big-name guests from across the globe — ranging from Hillary Clinton to Beyoncé to Bollywood’s brightest stars. Isha Ambani, daughter of India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani, who is valued at $43 billion, according to Forbes, tied the knot Wednesday night in Mumbai with Anand...
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Social media users are resurfacing an old tweet from President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen in which he told Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton that she will "go to prison.""@HillaryClinton when...
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Michael Cohen was sentenced to 36 months in federal prison Wednesday, nearly
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Fellow former secretaries of state Hillary Clinton and John Kerry were filmed dancing to Bollywood hits during the lavish and star-studded wedding in India hosted this week by the country’s richest family.
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The daughter of India's richest man got married on Wednesday in a traditional ceremony in Mumbai attended by Bollywood stars and former U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
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Former US presidential candidate and secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, busted out some haunting dance moves while attending a pre-wedding ceremony hosted by India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani. Read Full Article at RT.com
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When it comes to criticizing the Democratic Party, nothing speaks like experience within the belly of the beast. When it comes to criticizing the Democratic Party, nothing speaks like experience within the belly of the beast. Ralph Nader is living proof. After years of effectively pressuring congressional Democrats to protect consumers and the environment against corporate greed, he watched firsthand as the party bowed to the demands of Big Business during the Jimmy Carter administration.And then there’s Nick Brana, the leading activist behind the Movement for a People’s Party (MPP).  Like Nader, Brana isn’t content merely to expose the corruption of the dismal dollar Democrats—a party that late political scientist Sheldon Wolin rightly called “the inauthentic opposition.” He’s looking to replace them with something much better: Let’s call it an “authentic opposition.”Don’t let his tender age of 29 fool you. Brana has served his time inside the belly of t...
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Trump believes he has the people on his side in the event of impeachment. Evidence is scant. With Democrats now taking over the House, and new revelations from the prosecutions of President Donald Trump's inner circle coming out by the day, talk is inevitably turning toward the possibility the president could be impeached before his term is out.But Trump himself insists he's not worried about that in a new interview with Reuters in the Oval Office."It's hard to impeach somebody who hasn't done anything wrong and who's created the greatest economy in the history of our country," Trump said. "I'm not concerned, no. I think that the people would revolt if that happened," he said.This notion of a pro-Trump "revolt" in the event of impeachment is a common theme among the president's allies. In August, Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani used the exact same words.But how likely is such a "revolt"? If polls are any indication, not likely at all. Survey after survey after survey has shown that...
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A former FBI contractor-turned-whistleblower who supplied documents related to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Uranium One controversy is blasting the FBI over a mysterious raid on his home last month. 
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Trump unloads a barrage of tweets out of fantasy land. Trump has ended a newsy week with a fountain of what by even his own standards are pretty down-is-up and untrue statements.For a president increasingly isolated and facing a growing number of challenges from the world, politics and incoming investigations, there is a distinct reflection of self-delusion and an air of desperate flailing strong enough for all to sense. It’s a sign that we all should strap in for more as these investigations come closer to him.Indeed, “The White House is adopting what one official termed a ‘shrugged shoulders’ strategy for adverse news, calculating that most GOP base voters will believe whatever the president tells them to believe,” according to one Washington Post report.In just a few days, Trump:Blamed rioting protests in Paris on failed efforts to address climate change and claimed that protesters were calling for Trump to intervene. Um, no – on all counts. The protests are aime...
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With A-list guests like Hillary Clinton and Arianna Huffington attending her lavish 100-million-dollar wedding, what more could Indian heiress Isha Ambani possibly want to make celebrations even lusher? One word: Beyonce. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Hillary Clinton and her closest confidant Huma Abedin traveled to India this weekend to attend a lavish wedding hosted by the country's richest family that generously donated to the Clinton Foundation.
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Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” retired Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz argued if the circumstances were that the current controversy involving President Donald Trump was “President” Bill Clinton instead of Trump, the tack of the media and Democrats would be different regarding the issue of impeachment. Dershowitz said Democrats and the aligned media would refer to the current situation as a “witch hunt” if Clinton were involved and that Republicans would take the current position of Democrats and call for Clinton’s impeachment. “I want everyone out there to imagine the following scenario,” he said. “Let’s assume that when Bill Clinton was running for president, Paula Jones came up to him and said, ‘Unless you pay me $130,000, I’ll reveal our affair.’ And let’s assume that Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton together did exactly what is alleged that Donald Trump an...
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Donald Trump Jr. claimed that Ocasio-Cortez’ policies would lead to Americans eating dogs. Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is still half a month away from taking over Rep. Joe Crowley’s (D-NY) seat in the House of Representatives, but the far right is obsessed with her every move—and anyone who watches Fox News or reads right-wing websites on a regular basis can see how hysterical and over-the-top much of the criticism has been. Like her mentor, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, the 29-year-old Ocasio-Cortez describes herself as a “democratic socialist” but is essentially a New Deal/Great Society liberal; her political heritage is President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, President Lyndon B. Johnson and the modern governments of countries like Sweden and Denmark—not Che Guevara or Fidel Castro. But the far right is terrified of her, and as 2019 draws closer, the attacks on Ocasio-Cortez are becoming increasingly hysterical. Here are six of the most outrageous...
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"I think there's other problems out there that we really should be focused upon," McCarthy insisted. It was Fall, 2015. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) was all set to become Speaker of the House after John Boehner announced his retirement.But his own gaffe (and challenges with the English language) got in the way, ultimately derailing his candidacy.On September 29, 2015, Rep. McCarthy, the number two man in the House Republican caucus, bragged live on-air that the Republicans' Benghazi investigation was a political, partisan attack designed to derail Hillary Clinton's presidential candidacy."Everybody thought Hillary Clinton was unbeatable, right?" McCarthy told to Fox News' Sean Hannity. "But we put together a Benghazi special committee, a select committee. What are her numbers today? Her numbers are dropping. Why? Because she's untrustable. But no one would have known any of that had happened, had we not fought."Exactly one month later, October 29...
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History can be instructive in the case of Donald Trump. If President Donald Trump is brought down, it will be Republicans who finally seal his fate, not Democrats.No matter how much evidence is uncovered by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the U.S. attorney from the Southern District of New York, the New York Attorney General, or any other prosecutors who happen to be investigating the president — it's almost certain that impeachment is the only viable way the government could respond. While a president may be indictable, even critics of Trump acknowledge that allowing charges against Trump to go to trial before he is removed or his term is ended poses serious constitutional challenges that may be insurmountable, as former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal has argued.But while Democrats hold the power to impeach Trump in the House of Representatives, they'll need at least 20 Republican senators to join with all the Democratic senators to successfully remove him from office. A...
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Trump looms over our lives, our planet, in a way no other human being ever has, not even a Joseph Stalin or a Mao Zedong, whose images were once plastered all over the Soviet Union and China. Breaking News! -- as NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt often puts it when beginning his evening broadcast. Here, in summary, is my view of the news that’s breaking in the United States on just about any day of the week:Trump. Trump. Trump. Trump. Trump.Or rather (in the president’s style):Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump!!!!!!!!Or here’s another way of thinking about the news unmediated -- a word that's gained new resonance in the age of The Donald -- by anyone but him: below you’ll find a set of run-on tweets from you-know-who to his base -- and by that I mean not just his American fans but "the Fake News Media" that treats such messages as the catnip of their twenty-first-century lives. These particular ones are from the afternoon of November 29th and the morning of November 3...
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Monday on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) commented on the ongoing Russia investigation. McCarthy said he does not see anything resembling President Donald Trump colluding with Russia in the 2016 election. “There is nothing there that is impeachable,” McCarthy argued. “I see nothing,” he added. “Everything they’ve laid out, I think, builds the case that there is nothing there. You’ve had the House, you had the Senate, you’ve had Democrats even say there is nothing there. They wanted something to be there but there is nothing there. … Hillary Clinton was a bad candidate, she got beaten, and we need to move on. The country, I think, has a lot of challenges before us and we should work on solving the problems.” (h/t RCP Video) Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
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It seems like a remote possibility now, but the twists and turns of a major federal investigation could land us with a very different kind of president. So, now that we know that Donald Trump and Mike Pence reached the White House through at least two specific and separate criminal conspiracies, what do we do about it?  Can they be removed from office? Can the election be done over? Can the Trump/Pence administration’s actions over the past two years be reversed, particularly the appointments of Gorsuch and Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and all the damage to our federal agencies?According to federal court filings last week from the Southern District of New York, and from the Special Counsel’s office, Donald Trump and Michael Cohen criminally conspired to hide from the American people the fact that Trump had sexual relations immediately after the birth of his son Baron with both Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal, and that his affair with McDougal lasted about a year.  Had...
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His lawyer's complaints against the special counsel are barely a step above gibberish. On Sunday evening, POLITICO reported that Jerome Corsi, the Birther conspiracy theorist and former InfoWars writer who allegedly helped President Donald Trump's campaign adviser Roger Stone in his collaboration with WikiLeaks to disseminate Russian-hacked emails from the Hillary Clinton campaign, has filed a $350 million lawsuit against special counsel Robert Mueller.Corsi's lawsuit alleges that "Mueller and his partisan Democrat, leftist, and ethically and legally conflicted prosecutorial staff" leaked information from grand jury proceedings, illegally surveilled Corsi, and attempted to blackmail him into lying as part of a "legal coup d'etat" against Trump:"Defendant Mueller and his prosecutorial staff have demanded that Plaintiff Corsi falsely testify that he acted as a liaison between Roger Stone and WikiLeaks leader Julian Assange concerning the public release of emails downloaded fro...
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Beyonce brought her star power to a pre-wedding party for the daughter of India’s richest mogul. The 37-year-old singer performed Sunday and sang some of her hits such as “Crazy In Love” and “Perfect.” Guests included Hillary Clinton and a host of Bollywood stars in the historic Indian city of Udaipur. Beyonce posted a photo […]
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Beyonce performed at the opening of a star-studded wedding as celebrations kicked off for the nuptials of the daughter of India's richest man. Scores of high-profile figures, including Hillary Clinton, landed in over 100 chartered aircraft at a sleepy airport in India’s western Rajasthan state at the weekend, to attend the grand pre-wedding festivities. Isha Ambani, the 27-year old daughter of Reliance Industries head Mukesh Ambani, will marry Anand Piramal, the 33-year old son of another Indian billionaire in Mumbai on Wednesday. The advance celebrations, normal in India for all such high profile weddings, kicked off in Udaipur, Rajasthan, with a performance by Beyonce on Sunday evening.    The festivities were attended by leading Indian and overseas businessmen, celebrities, socialites, politicians, sports and Bollywood stars all of who were driven from the airport in luxury sedans by white uniformed chauffers sporting colourful turbans. Hillary Clinton poses with Isha Amb...
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High-profile celebrities, from Beyonce to Hillary Clinton and Arianna Huffington, were spotted in India for Isha Ambani's pre-wedding festivities.
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If we are to treat campaign finance reporting violations as grave offenses, the first person in the dock ought to be Hillary Clinton -- not Donald Trump.
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The lengthy transcript released Saturday of James Comey’s closed-door interview with congressional lawmakers showed the former FBI director called certain aspects of the Hillary Clinton email case “unusual” – and revealed a former bureau lawyer called her handling of classified information “appalling.”
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Former FBI Director James Comey on Friday defended his conduct and the bureau's handling of the months-long investigation into Hillary Clinton's controversial private email.
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Former President Bill Clinton and failed 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton are taking desperate measures to boost their sagging ticket sales for their 13-city speaking tour, selling them at half price on Groupon.
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Dozens of chartered planes carrying celebrities, including former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton, flew into a sleepy airport in western India for the lavish pre-wedding festivities for the daughter of India's richest man.
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The Supreme Court long ago rejected the idea of a federal right to education. Can a series of new lawsuits convince the court to change its mind? A new fight to secure a federal constitutional right to education is spreading across the country. This fight has been a long time coming and is now suddenly at full steam.In 1973, plaintiffs in San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez argued that school funding inequities violated the right to education. The Supreme Court rejected education as a fundamental right under the federal Constitution, leaving funding inequalities in Texas and elsewhere completely untouched. For more than 40 years, no one even dared to directly challenge Rodriguez’s conclusion in court. Now, in just two years, four different legal teams and plaintiff groups have done just that. But this time, they are shifting their arguments away from just claims about money. They are focusing on educational quality, literacy and learning outcomes.The boldest cl...
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As an employee at the Federal Reserve in 2011, three years after the dissolution of Lehman Brothers, Carmen Segarra witnessed the results of this deregulation firsthand Of the myriad policy decisions that have brought us to our current precipice, from the signing of the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to the invasion of Iraq and the gerrymandering of House districts across the country, few have proven as consequential as the demise of Glass-Steagall. Signed into law as the U.S.A. Banking Act of 1933, the legislation had been crucial to safeguarding the financial industry in the wake of the Great Depression. But with its repeal in 1999, the barriers separating commercial and investment banking collapsed, creating the preconditions for an economic crisis from whose shadow we have yet to emerge.Carmen Segarra might have predicted as much. As an employee at the Federal Reserve in 2011, three years after the dissolution of Lehman Brothers, she witnessed the results of...
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Trump and the Republicans believe they’re entitled to rule, democracy be damned. It’s a deeply dangerous moment You can tell a lot about a person by how they react to "A Few Good Men," the 1992 movie starring Jack Nicholson as a corrupt Marine and Tom Cruise as the noble young military lawyer who takes him down. The movie has a famous scene where Nicholson's character, Col. Nathan Jessup, explodes in rage after being exposed for his part in the killing of a young Marine and subsequent cover-up. "You can't handle the truth!" he barks, while raving about how hard his job is and how he feels this entitles him to do the awful things he did.The screenwriter, Aaron Sorkin, isn't known for his subtlety. I always thought that Jessup was clearly the villain, an imperious monster who is lashing out like a cornered rat. But no -- apparently there are a lot of people who read Jessup as a hero for standing up against those namby-pamby "rule of law" liberals and for the belief that...
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NBC News and MSNBC host Chuck Todd earlier this week blamed “gullible” voters for President Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton while discussing the 2016 presidential election.
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A conservative group won a court victory this week when a federal judge ordered more fact-finding in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
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Former FBI Director James Comey Questioned by House Republicans About Hillary Clinton's Emails
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Oooohhhhhh, the Epic Rap Battles of History video guys are back after a two-year hiatus, and they're coming for two of the most shade-able figures in the tech world: Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg. Epic Rap Battles is a video series that pits public figures against each other with fictional and non-fictional beefs. In 2016, their two rhyme spitters where none other than, you guessed it, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. This time around, the robotic Zuckerberg faces off against the pompous Musk. Each  brags about their achievements, and rags on the other for their personal and professional, erm, shortcomings. Read more...More about Facebook, Tesla, Epic Rap Battles Of History, Tech, and Mark Zuckerberg
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Friday picked former Attorney General William Barr to once again serve as America's top law enforcement official. But while his experience and mainstream background may boost his prospects for confirmation, Democrats are raising alarms about his comments on the Russia investigation and Hillary Clinton.
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For 20 months, photojournalist Barbara Kinney followed Hillary Clinton on the 2016 campaign trail, capturing the first-ever female major-party presidential nominee as she walked rope lines and across stages. In a new book, Kinney's images serve as a fascinating visual document of the grueling, day-to-day world of a presidential campaign.
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The sprawling connections between Trump and Russia never end. Viktor Vekselberg is among the Russian oligarchs that Michael Cohen came into contact with during his years as President Donald Trump’s personal attorney. The 61-year-old Ukraine-born Vekselberg has had business and political contacts in the U.S. for decades—and after the 2016 presidential election, reportedly bragged about his ties to the Trump Organization.“Soon,” Bloomberg News reports in a new article, “Trump would be in the White House, and Vekselberg would be privately boasting of having the pull needed to help achieve the sanctions relief the Kremlin was craving.”But sanctions relief, according to Bloomberg, is the last thing Vekselberg experienced after Trump was sworn in as president—and his U.S. activities have cost him billions of dollars in the Trump era.Bloomberg quotes former Pentagon official Michael Carpenter as saying that Vekselberg “was deeply implicated in efforts to influence leader...
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Washington – Former FBI Director James Comey arrived on Capitol Hill Friday morning for a grilling before the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees. During the closed-door hearing, GOP members were expected to focus on how FBI and Justice Department handled the Hillary Clinton email probe and launch of the Russia investigation surrounding President Trump. “I’ve...
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In an effort to understand what may happen next in the Russia scandal, and in Robert Mueller's investigation of President Trump and his inner circle, I recently spoke with veteran defense attorney and criminal investigator Seth Abramson. In an effort to understand what may happen next in the Russia scandal, and in Robert Mueller's investigation of President Trump and his inner circle, I recently spoke with veteran defense attorney and criminal investigator Seth Abramson. He is the author of numerous books, including his most recent, the New York Times bestseller "Proof of Collusion: How Donald Trump Betrayed America." Abramson has also been a regular commentator for numerous major news outlets, including the BBC, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, MSNBC, CNN, PBS and ABC News.This is the second part of our conversation, which has been edited for length and clarity. Read the first part of this interview here.We have learned that Paul Manafort...
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Bill and Hillary Clinton are apparently struggling to sell tickets for their stadium speaking tour across North America… and have resorted to flogging them for half-price on Groupon. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Right-wing anti-Kleptocracy think tank Hudson Institute turned over by revelation of oligarch donor The founder and executive director of the Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative has resigned after learning that it accepted a donation from a Ukrainian-born billionaire who he considers to be an oligarch."Russian kleptocracy has entered the donor pool of Hudson Institute," Charles Davidson said in an exclusive interview with The New York Post. "Blavatnik is precisely what the Kleptocracy Initiative is fighting against — the influence of Putin’s oligarchs on America’s political system and society — and the importation of corrupt Russian business practices and values."Writer Ann Marlowe, a Harvard alumna who is a visiting fellow at the Hudson Institute but never received money from or worked for it, summed up Leonard Blavatnik's background in an editorial for The New York Times.As a Harvard alumna, I find this appalling. Mr. Blavatnik — who, with a net worth of ove...
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President Donald Trump said Friday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his investigators had conflicts of interest, demanding on Twitter that they are included in the final report. “Will Robert Mueller’s big time conflicts of interest be listed at the top of his Republicans only Report?” Trump asked. Trump said Mueller and “Leakin’ Lyin’ James Comey” were “best friends,” which represented a conflict of interest that should be noted in the report. In his most lengthy condemnation of the report to date, Trump listed the grievances that he had with the investigation. He said the report should reveal all of the Democrats involved in the investigation who donated to Hillary Clinton. Trump reminded the world that attorney Jeannie Rhee, who was also part of the investigation, served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General Eric Holder and represented Hillary Clinton in an email lawsuit and the Clinton Foundation in a racketeering lawsuit. “Wasn...
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Former FBI Director James Comey will testify Friday before House lawmakers regarding the bureau's Hillary Clinton email investigation and the ongoing Russia inquiry.
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The former FBI director is one of the final witnesses expected to interviewed in the investigation of how federal law enforcement handled probes of President Trump and Hillary Clinton, before Democrats take over the House.
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Beto O’Rourke, with widespread backing, is considering running for president in 2020. If Democrats want to lose, he absolutely should. Nothing has been learned from Hillary Clinton, the two-time heiress apparent who, in 2016, had the support of nearly every mainstream media outlet, who entered the final stretch of her last race with a $449...
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Trump is always racing on to his (and our) next distraction. I took my first hit of speed in 1970 during my freshman year in college. That little white pill -- Dexedrine -- was a revelation. It made whatever I was doing absolutely fascinating. Amphetamine sharpened my focus and banished all appetites except a hunger for knowledge. I spent that entire night writing 35 pages of hand-scrawled notes about a 35-page article by the philosopher Ludwig Feurbach, thereby convincing the professor who would become my advisor and mentor that I was absolutely fascinating.Speed was definitely not a respectable drug in those days. I bought mine from a seedy hippie who hung out on the edge of campus with some of my edgier friends. My college was probably one of the few in the country whose infirmary actually prescribed Dexedrine for its students, presumably to keep us from buying it from guys like him.Nowadays, respectable doctors all over the country prescribe speed for people with ADHD,...
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CNN contributor Michael D’Antonio blasted President Donald Trump on Wednesday evening for not having the “courage” to shake the hands of former Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Hillary Clinton at President George H.W. Bush’s funeral.
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