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Judge denies Papadopoulos' request to delay his prison sentence

Say hello to jail, George!

JUST IN: Judge has denied George Papadopoulos' request to continue his bail and delay when he starts his two-week prison sentence -- he's due to report tomorrow


Mia Love (R) falls behind again - UT-04


After Salt Lake County posts, McAdams now leads Mia Love by 739 votes. #utpol


Carolyne Cass Admits Mueller Rape Report Has False Information

In an exclusive interview with HillReporter, alleged Mueller rape accuser Carolyne Cass opens up and tells us that she does not know if Mueller was actually the person who raped her and that both Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman published and shared, against her will, ‘inaccurate‘ statements during a November 1st press conference. Cass, who doesn’t deny being raped during the time period that Wohl and Burkman claimed, admits multiple errors in the published accusation document and doesn’t recall if she ever personally signed the report. In fact, Cass was assured by Burkman and Wohl that the document would “never be released.”


I hope Wohl faces jail time.

Not a joke! Condoleezza Rice considered for NFL head coach

What kind of upside down world is this?!

Browns want to interview Condoleezza Rice for head-coaching job

Browns general manager John Dorsey said last week that he was open to hiring a woman as Cleveland's next head coach, and there is one prominent name on the team's wish list to interview.

The Browns would like to interview former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for their head-coaching job, a league source tells ESPN.


Top White House Official Involved in Saudi Sanctions Resigns

Remember how Michael Flynn was scheming with Saudi Arabia? I bet these things are related.

Nov. 17, 2018

WASHINGTON — A top White House official responsible for American policy toward Saudi Arabia resigned on Friday evening, a move that may suggest fractures inside the Trump administration over the response to the brutal killing of the dissident Jamal Khashoggi.

The official, Kirsten Fontenrose, had pushed for tough measures against the Saudi government, and had been in Riyadh to discuss a raft of sanctions that the American government imposed in recent days against those identified as responsible for the killing, according to two people familiar with the conversations.


Giuliani says Trump may not answer all questions

Giuliani tells me this afternoon that Trump & his lawyers haven't decided whether they'll answer all of Mueller's questions, which are exclusively about events pre-election. "There are some that create more issues for us legally than others," he said.


Seth Abramson
I've said since mid-2017 that Trump won't answer Mueller's questions. And here we are:

* Refused live interview
* Refused obstruction questions
* Refused to answer key questions
* Refused to give original answers^

^He's said most/all answers will be quotes from past statements.


Trump is preparing to remove Kirstjen Nielsen

How can we change the Homeland Security secretary when the caravan is about to invade?!!

Trump is preparing to remove Kirstjen Nielsen as Homeland Security secretary, aides say

By Nick Miroff, Josh Dawsey and Philip Rucker
November 12 at 10:36 PM

President Trump has told advisers he has decided to remove Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, and her departure from the administration is likely to occur in the coming weeks, if not sooner, according to five current and former White House officials.

Trump canceled a planned trip with Nielsen this week to visit U.S. troops at the border in South Texas and told aides over the weekend he wants her out as soon as possible, these officials said. The president has grumbled for months about what he views as Nielsen’s lackluster performance on immigration enforcement and is believed to be looking for a replacement who will implement his policy ideas with more alacrity.

The announcement could come as soon as this week, three of these officials said.


Katie Hobbs (D) takes the lead again in Arizona! (Secretary of State)

New votes just dropped and Katie Hobbs is now 3645 votes ahead of Gaynor! This is an important office that oversees elections.


EDIT: More info:

Hobbs (D) grabs her largest lead yet in AZ's all-important Secretary of State race: +3,645 votes. Pima put her ahead.

Big reservoir of GOP votes (Pinal) doesn't have enough votes left to flip this. So Gaynor has to win what's left in Maricopa; he's narrowly behind there so far.


Katie Hobbs (D) takes the lead in Arizona for Secretary of State! (now down a bit)

EDIT: Katie is now down by 424 but there are plenty of more votes to come in!

I know everyone is looking at Sinema, but the Democrat Katie Hobbs just took the lead (by 150 votes!) in the Secretary of State race! This is important I believe because the office oversees elections.

See the numbers here: (scroll down a bit):

A few days ago she was trailing by 6000 votes.

Her Republican opponent Steve Gaynor was "declared" the victor on election day, like here:


Florida Opa-Locka facility only had 266 ballots, won't be counted

From CNN's Ryan Nobles:

Miami-Dade elections officials confirmed for me that they have collected the ballots found in the Opa-Locka mail facility. There are 266 ballots, none will be counted because they were not in on time... BUT... (more)

Those ballots (while not in the overwhelming numbers Dems had hoped) will be, by law, preserved for up to 22 months, so they could potential be part of a future lawsuit. #Floridarecount

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