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Report: Trump Wanted to Sack Mueller

President Trump reportedly ordered that special counsel Robert Mueller be fired in June however backed off from the controversial move when the White House chief counsel threatened to resign, it was revealed on Thursday.     The episode has come to the attention of Mueller as he interviews numerous White House officials through the probe into whether or not Trump obstructed justice in the Russia inquiry, according to The New York Times. Keep Reading

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FBI Mysteriously “Loses” Compromising Texts from Disgraced Agent

An FBI agent involved within the Russia investigation in spring 2017 expressed hesitation about whether or not he ought to be part of the special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe because “there’s no big there there,” based on emails made public on Tuesday by a Republican senator. Agent Peter Strzok exchanged messages with FBI lawyer Lisa Page, with whom he was having an affair, on May 19, 2017 — two days after Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein named Mueller to examine potential collusion by President Trump’s campaign associates. Calling the probe “maybe the most important case of our lives,” Strzok was skeptical it will end in… Keep Reading

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Trump: Time to go Nuclear…on the Dems

President Trump on Sunday continued to blast Democrats over immigration throughout the showdown and urged Republicans to make use of the “Nuclear Option” to achieve a long-term resolution. “Great to see how hard Republicans are fighting for our Military and Safety at the Border. The Dems just want illegal immigrants to pour into our nation unchecked,” the president wrote on Twitter. “If stalemate continues, Republicans should go to 51% (Nuclear Option) and vote on real, long term budget, no C.R.’s!,” he posted. Democrats and Republicans have been at loggerheads because the Senate didn’t pass a temporary spending bill – a C.R., or… Keep Reading

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Dems: Government Shutdown is All Trump’s Fault!

The Senate didn’t approve a temporary spending bill in a tense standoff late Friday evening — forcing an embarrassing government shutdown on the eve of the first anniversary of President Trump’s inauguration. Last-minute negotiations failed because the stopgap funding measure fell well short of the 60 Senate votes needed to maintain the federal government in operation. The White House shortly laid the blame at the toes of the minority Democratic Party. “Senate Democrats own the Schumer Shutdown,” the White House stated in an announcement referring to Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY). “Tonight, they put politics above our national security, military… Keep Reading

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Rand Paul’s Leftist Neighbor to Plead Guilty to Assault Charges

A Kentucky man accused of attacking U.S. Senator Rand Paul outside his residence has agreed to plead guilty to a charge of assaulting a member of Congress, however he has informed investigators his reasoning was not politically motivated, officials stated on Friday. The Republican Paul’s neighbor, Rene Boucher, 58, was charged with assaulting a member of Congress resulting in personal injury, which is a felony under federal law. Paul was carrying headphones whereas mowing his garden when Boucher turned angered by seeing the 55-year-old senator stack brush close to Boucher’s property, the U.S. Department of Justice stated in an announcement. Keep Reading

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Dems Threaten Government Shutdown as Deadline Looms

Senate Democrats stated Thursday that they had sufficient votes to stiffle a GOP short-term budget deal — increasing the probability of a government shutdown as Friday’s midnight deadline loomed. A senior Senate Democratic aide informed the Washington Post it was “almost certain” spending extension doesn’t have the votes to pass the upper chamber. The Democrats need the bill to include aid for the Dreamers — immigrants brought here illegally as kids and who have been protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Keep Reading

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Paul Ryan & Mitch McConnell Fight Against a Government Shutdown

House Speaker Paul Ryan tried pressuring Democrats on Wednesday to support legislation stopping a government shutdown this weekend — but additionally confronted resistance from conservative Republicans, casting doubt on any deal. Ryan gave little ground within the partisan battle over the destiny of the Dreamers, an issue many Democrats say have to be resolved prior to a vote to keep federal agencies functioning.       A day after conservatives expressed opposition to the short-term spending bill and mentioned GOP leaders lacked the votes to move it, Ryan declined to say if he had sufficient Republican support to push it by way of… Keep Reading

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The Pardon That Broke Iceland’s Back

On September 13th, the government of Iceland convened for the first time since the summer break. By midnight the next day, the government had completely fallen. In 2004, Hjalti Sigurjon Hauksson was imprisoned for raping his stepdaughter nearly every day for 12 years, until she was 18. Today, his crime has helped to collapse the government of Iceland. Several months ago, Benedikt Sveinsson, the father of Iceland’s Prime Minister, drafted a letter of recommendation for Hauksson, arguing that his “honor should be restored.” In Iceland, members of the public can privately recommend people for the honor of a pardon, and it may then… Keep Reading

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