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Name: Miles Archer
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Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
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Current location: Nevada
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Trump announces WH dinner for Supreme Court justices, then hours later postpones it indefinitely

Trump announces WH dinner for Supreme Court justices — then hours later postpones it indefinitely


The White House on Sunday announced that it would host a dinner on Thursday for the nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, then, according to TheHill.com, abruptly announced that due to scheduling conflicts, the dinner would have to be postponed indefinitely.

ABC’s Jonathan Karl said on Twitter Sunday afternoon that the “highly unusual” dinner would take place Thursday night.

“This is highly unusual — President will have dinner with the Justices of the Supreme Court on Thursday, according to the White House,” he tweeted.

Then, Sunday evening, the Hill said, the White House said the dinner would have to be rescheduled to an undetermined later date.

In terms of the first 100 days, this works out to one "nope"every 10 days. Sad! Unfair! Fake!

Actress Erin Moran of TV's 'Happy Days' dead at 56

(CNN)Actress Erin Moran, best known for her kid sister role in the '70s sitcom "Happy Days," has died. Authorities in Indiana found her body Saturday afternoon after getting a 911 call at 4:07 p.m. for "an unresponsive female," the Harrison County Sheriff's Department said. She was 56.

Developing story. More to come.


Bedminster, N.J., get ready to give up your weekends (Mar-a-Lago closes for the season on May 14)

The small town of Bedminster, N.J., is set to become Donald Trump's new weekend getaway destination.

Trump's resort of choice since he took office has, of course, been his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Fla. He's been there seven out of 13 weekends since taking office and has been slammed for his frequent visits.

Mar-a-Lago closes for the season on May 14. It’s believed Trump will then spend weekends away at his golf club in Bedminster, which has a population of 9,000.

Bedminster could get a taste of the traffic chaos that has been plaguing Palm Beach when Trump comes to town.


Trump has a big BUT: "I am committed to keeping our air and water clean but..."


Former Judge and Trump Kentucky campaign chair charged with human sex trafficking of a minor

A former judge now serving as a school board member in suburban Cincinnati has been charged with felony human trafficking of a minor, felony inducing a minor to engage in sex and a third count of giving alcohol to a minor. The indictment was obtained by River City News publisher Michael Monks, who described Nolan as an, “outspoken and controversial” political figure.


The sex trafficking allegedly occurred in August 2016 — while Judge Nolan was serving as the chair of the Donald Trump campaign in Campbell County, KY. Trump beat Hillary Clinton 59% to 35% in the county while voters also elected Nolan.

In April of 2016, Nolan unsuccessfully attempted to remove Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as a delegate to the RNC Convention. Between fighting Senator McConnell in April and the alleged crimes in August, Nolan was appointed by Governor Matt Bevin to the Kentucky Boxing and Wrestling Commission, but was removed only days later when a scandal erupted over a Ku Klux Klan photo posted to Nolan’s Facebook.

Unlike Republican Governor Bevin, the Trump Campaign chose not to drop Judge Nolan after the KKK scandal.

Florida ethics commission decides there is no probable cause in Bondi-Trump bribery complaint

Florida ethics commission decides there is no probable cause in Bondi-Trump bribery complaint


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A state ethics panel Friday decided not to look further into a complaint against Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi over her solicitation of a campaign donation from President Donald Trump in 2013.

The hearing conducted by the Florida Commission on Ethics was closed to the public but Tallahassee lawyer Mark Herron represented Whitfield Larrabee, the Boston attorney who filed the complaint, at the hearing and said the panel found no probable cause to investigate the matter further.

Bondi personally asked Trump for a campaign donation in August 2013. Trump's charity, the Trump Foundation, issued a $25,000 check to her political committee the following month.

Her office at the time was considering what to do about complaints lodged about Trump University, a real estate investment seminar that many customers say was worthless and swindled them of thousands of dollars.

I thought S.E. Cupp had finally gone away. I was wrong.

CIAs White House liaison abruptly fired after he clashed with Flynn loyalist in cahoots with Nunes

CIA’s White House liaison abruptly fired — after he clashed with Flynn loyalist in cahoots with Nunes


The CIA’s liaison to the White House was abruptly fired from his role after clashing with National Security Council member Ezra Cohen-Watnick, one of three sources who provided documents to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA). President Donald Trump would use Nunes’ information in an attempt to justify his unsubstantiated claim that former President Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 presidential campaign.

The Guardian reports the Marine officer, who was responsible for “bringing relevant White House officials … into the loop about cover operations,” was told in mid-March he did not need to come to work the next day. Former colleagues of the Marine described the move as unprofessional.

“It was the most disrespectful thing they could have done,” a White House official told the Guardian. “He’s a good man. What happened to him was f*cked up.”

Cohen-Watnick’s unlikely rise to central figure in the House Intelligence Committee’s tumultuous investigation in Russian interference in the presidential election began when he worked for former Trump National Security Adviser Mike Flynn. He was brought onto the Trump transition team, then followed Flynn to the NSC.

2014: READ President Obama's mind as O'Reilly asks him this question.

The exchange comes about one minute in. Obama shuts him down, but what would you say he's thinking as O'Reilly asks the question? This is a screen grab from that moment:

O'Reilly: "72% of babies in African American communities are born out of wedlock now. Why isn't there a campaign by you and the First Lady to address that problem?"
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