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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

'Suck it, Bannon': former Trump strategist has bad night in Alabama

'Suck it, Bannon': former Trump strategist has bad night in Alabama

Hardline nationalist faces fierce backlash from Republicans after getting heavily involved in Roy Moore campaign

It was Meghan McCain, the daughter of Senator John McCain, who summed up the feelings of many in a three-word tweet: “Suck it, Bannon.”

This moment had been a long time coming. The hardline nationalist, who helped mastermind Donald Trump’s election victory, brought his blow-everything-up philosophy to the White House then returned to rightwing Breitbart News, had finally got his comeuppance.

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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Trump Has Faith in FBI Chief Despite Avalanche of Troubling Revelations

President Donald Trump still has faith in his FBI director, Christopher Wray, according to White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

“The president has confidence in Director Wray and his ability to clean up some of the mess left behind by his predecessor [James B. Comey],” Sanders told members of the press during the Tuesday afternoon briefing. “He certainly has confidence in the rank-and-file members of the FBI.”

The statement of faith comes after a dark week for the Justice Department and the decision by Wray's deputy, Andrew McCabe, to choose not to testify Tuesday before the House Intelligence Committee.

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Playboy WH reporter disrespects Huckabee Sanders AGAIN

A day after asking White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders if she had ever been sexually harassed, Playboy's White House reporter Brian Karem was at it again.

At the end of Tuesday's briefing, Karem asked Sanders to get the president into the press briefing. Think about that for a moment — the reporter for Playboy magazine asked a woman to bring in a man to answer the questions.

The question and answer portion of Tuesday's briefing quickly moved to a tweet by President Donald Trump targeted at Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., earlier in the day. In that tweet Trump claimed that Gillibrand would do "anything" for campaign donations. The media and Gillibrand's fellow Democrats have claimed the statement was a sexual one in nature.

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Rocket Fired From Gaza Strip Into Israel

Israel Defense Forces said Tuesday a rocket was launched at southern Israel from the Gaza Strip, an attack that comes hours after a projectile fired from the Strip fell short of the border and landed inside Gaza.

No casualties were immediately reported. The incoming rocket alert sirens sounded in the Hof Ashkelon area, specifically in the communities of Netiv Ha'asara and Yad Mordechai, according to the Times of Israel.

At least 13 rockets have been fired from Gaza at Israel since Dec. 6 when President Donald Trump announced the U.S. would recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, according to Haaretz. The move angered Palestinians and has caused great tension in the Middle East.

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‘Utter idiot’: FBI agents’ anti-Trump text messages released to Congress

Two FBI agents working the Trump-Russia collusion probe exchanged dozens of venomous text messages on politics, including calling then-candidate Donald Trump “a loathsome human,” according to a new DOJ release to Congressional judicial committees.

FBI agent Peter Strzok was removed from the bureau’s investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia in late July 2016, after Special Counsel Robert Mueller discovered his deep-seated bias in text messages to Lisa Page, a lawyer assigned to the FBI probe. Page’s role on Mueller’s team had already ended by the time the texts were discovered, but news of Strzok’s removal only came out this month.

Strzok and Page had been having an affair as well during the time they were assigned to the Trump-Russia collusion investigation. The passion they shared for lamenting the rise of Trump last year is exhibited in several messages, which the Department of Justice (DOJ) shared with the House and Senate judicial committees late Tuesday after many requests.

“What an utter idiot,” a text from Page to Strzok read, referring to Trump. Accompanying the message was a link to a story about Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to the Washington Examiner.


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