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Ex-White House Aide Details Trump’s ‘Team Of Vipers’ In Tell-All Book

Another tell-all book describing the whirlwind experience of serving in President Donald Trump’s White House is on its way ― this time from a former top aide in the communications office. Team of Vipers, set for release in late January and written by former director of White House message strategy Cliff Sims, outlines the chaotic inner workings of the Trump ...
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W.H. Correspondents’ Dinner Won’t Feature Comedian For First Time In 16 Years

The last time the association eschewed a comedian was in 2003, when then-President George W. Bush decided to forgo comedy given the recent invasion of Iraq. That year, the dinner featured Ray Charles.Prior to Wolf, comedians like Jay Leno, Cedric the Entertainer, Rich Little, Craig Ferguson, Wanda Sykes, Larry Wilmore, Cecily Strong, Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers and Stephen ...
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Senate Democrats File Lawsuit Challenging Trump’s Appointment Of Matt Whitaker

WASHINGTON ― Three sitting United States senators have filed a lawsuit challenging the legitimacy of President Donald Trump’s appointment of Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker following the forced resignation of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), Mazie K. Hirono (D-Hawaii) and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.), who filed the lawsuit, are being represented by the groups Protect Democracy and ...
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MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough On Trump: He ‘Isn’t Going To Win Re-election’

“Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough made a bold statement on Monday morning, saying President Donald Trump “isn’t going to win re-election” in 2020. Scarborough said the 2018 midterm results were “clarifying” and indicated the importance of suburban voters. If those suburban voters who leaned Democrat in the 2018 elections continue doing so, the MSNBC host said, that could lead to ...
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Do You Use Drugs? You Can Help The Global Drug Survey Start An Honest Dialogue.

Drug use is typically a taboo subject in the U.S., a nation that has dedicated decades of work and billions of dollars trying unsuccessfully to suppress the human desire to chemically alter one’s consciousness.  But now, for the eighth straight year, the Global Drug Survey is once again providing a platform for Americans and the rest of the world to ...
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Carl Bernstein: Media Should Rethink Coverage Of Trump’s ‘Propagandist’ Pressers

Veteran journalist Carl Bernstein on Sunday urged cable news networks to reconsider live broadcasts of President Donald Trump’s press conferences, denouncing them as “propagandist exercises” packed with “dishonesty and lying.” Bernstein, famously part of the duo of reporters who unearthed the Watergate scandal for The Washington Post during the Nixon administration, scolded the media for treating the president’s press conferences and ...
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GOP Legislatures Try To Curb Democratic Governors’ Power

By DAVID EGGERT, Associated Press LANSING, Mich. (AP) — With their grip on power set to loosen come January, Republicans in several states are considering last-ditch laws that would weaken existing or incoming Democratic governors and advance their own conservative agendas. In Michigan, where the GOP has held the levers of power for nearly eight years, Republican legislators want to water ...
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Opinion | Movement Against Pelosi Is A Classic Democratic Circular Firing Squad

Will Nancy Pelosi have the votes to become the next House speaker? It certainly seems so, despite a lot of smoke and bluff from her detractors. For starters, it is dawning on the newly elected House Democrats, most of whom are progressives, that the hardcore anti-Pelosi opposition is comprised of men who want to push the party to the center ...
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Quarterback Alex Smith’s Grotesquely Broken Leg Will Make You Wince Forever

Don’t watch the replay if you’re squeamish. Washington quarterback Alex Smith broke the fibula and tibia in his right leg in a 23-21 defeat to the visiting Houston Texans on Sunday. The injury stood out as especially grotesque, even by the NFL’s standards. The Texans’ J.J. Watt and Kareem Jackson sacked Smith in the third quarter, causing both bones in ...
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Sanders, Stoking Democratic Uproar Over Global Warming, Sets A Climate Town Hall

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) will host a livestreamed town hall summit on climate change next month, a move that may intensify pressure on the next Congress to curb planet-warming emissions and challenge TV networks to cover a rapidly worsening crisis they’ve long ignored. The 90-minute event ― scheduled from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 3 ― will be ...
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