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The New York Times wants an apology from Fox & Friends.


Pres. Trump "knew what he was doing" in NYT's interview that featured criticism of AG Jeff Sessions.

Pres. Trump "knew what he was doing" in New York Times interview that featured criticism of AG Jeff Sessions.


I beg your pardon, mr. trump...

Scaramucci says Trump told him (re: Russia) "maybe they did it, maybe they didn't do it"

Scaramucci says Trump told him, "maybe they did it, maybe they didn't do it"

Scaramucci says Trump told him if Russians hacked emails during the election that we wouldn't have known it was them b/c they're good at it

Scaramucci: "I don't have the information in front of me" ... No security clearance yet

Scaramucci then bizarrely goes on to say how incredible Trump's election victory was


TIMEs new cover: Inside the secret plan to stop Putins election plot:



Pic Snapped Of Spicer Leaving WH:

Unemployed ex-Carrier worker: Trump blew smoke up our asses with a sh*t-eating grin on his face

“It used to be a fun place to work; I didn’t mind going,” she explained. “Then they started making changes that only benefit them: robots, cutting jobs. Just yesterday, they were talking about cutting a three-man blower-shelf crew—they deal with the forms that hold the blower on one side and the heating element on the other—down to two. But two people can’t do that job.”

She then reflected about Trump’s visit to Carrier last December — and said she believed it was a setup to make Trump look good while still keeping in place plans for mass layoffs.

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“I think the C.E.O. of Carrier and Trump was in bed together the whole time,” she said. “That day Trump came to Carrier, those two were too chummy. The way they sniggled and giggled. That sneaky kind of sh*t-eating grin.”

As for what she’ll do now, Battle says that she will spend some time with her 77-year-old father.

“He thinks Trump blew smoke up our asses, too,” she said of her father.


NYT has asked WH to clarify Trump's tweet



Nat'l Enquirer: Hillary has more super powers than Gal Gadot



Can the President Be Indicted? A Long-Hidden Legal Memo Says Yes


WASHINGTON — A newfound memo from Kenneth W. Starr’s independent counsel investigation into President Bill Clinton sheds fresh light on a constitutional puzzle that is taking on mounting significance amid the Trump-Russia inquiry: Can a sitting president be indicted?

The 56-page memo, locked in the National Archives for nearly two decades and obtained by The New York Times under the Freedom of Information Act, amounts to the most thorough government-commissioned analysis rejecting a generally held view that presidents are immune from prosecution while in office.

“It is proper, constitutional, and legal for a federal grand jury to indict a sitting president for serious criminal acts that are not part of, and are contrary to, the president’s official duties,” the Starr office memo concludes. “In this country, no one, even President Clinton, is above the law.”

Mr. Starr assigned Ronald Rotunda, a prominent conservative professor of constitutional law and ethics whom Mr. Starr hired as a consultant on his legal team, to write the memo in spring 1998 after deputies advised him that they had gathered enough evidence to ask a grand jury to indict Mr. Clinton, the memo shows.

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