Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) specifically raised concerns about data sharingSTATEMENT FROM THE PRESIDENT, released this morning: “Hamza bin Ladin, the high-ranking al-Qa’ida member and son of Usama bin Ladin, was killed in a United States counterterrorism operation in the Afghanistan/Pakistan region. The loss of Hamza bin Ladin not only deprives al-Qa’ida of important leadership skills and the symbolic connection to his father, but undermines important operational activities of the group. Hamza bin Ladin was responsible for planning and dealing with various terrorist groups.”
— THIS WAS REPORTED at the end of July. This is official confirmation.
WHAT REPUBLICANS ARE TALKING ABOUT … MELANIE ZANONA in Baltimore: “Republicans clash with Trump-aligned operatives”: “House Republicans sparred behind closed doors with Trump-aligned political operatives at a GOP retreat over the new online fundraising platform backed by party leaders and the White House.
“The fight Thursday over WinRed’s data and competitiveness highlights long simmering tensions between GOP lawmakers and operatives allied with the president, and underscores the growing frustrations in the party as they try to hash out a strategy to win back the House next year. …
“During a testy exchange on the first day of the House GOP’s annual retreat, members expressed misgivings with WinRed, a small donor apparatus designed to compete with the Democrats’ online fundraising behemoth ActBlue that was launched this summer by the national campaign arms after months of delays.
“Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) specifically raised concerns about data sharing, while other lawmakers were confused with how the operation works and pressed operatives for more information about the fundraising tool, according to aides and lawmakers who were present.
“Stefanik, who formerly led recruitment efforts for the GOP’s campaign arm, pressed WinRed president Gerrit Lansing about whether lawmakers who use the apparatus would have to share their data with other people and questioned how it could be protected, several sources said.
“Lansing tried to assure lawmakers that their data is their own. But Stefanik expressed worry that once information is shared with the RNC’s clearinghouse for voter information, Data Trust, other people — including primary opponents — can access it. Lansing however, warned members that if they don’t build their donor files, they risk getting crushed by ActBlue again.” POLITICO
— ALMOST NO ONE AT THE WHITE HOUSE or in GOP leadership wants to hear this, but WinRed has a big issue on its hands. Members of Congress are skeptical of them, because they don’t know who is profiting off of it and they can’t get straight answers about what’s going to happen with their data.
THE RETORT FROM REPUBLICANS involved is, trust us, get on board or else you’ll continue to get smoked by your Democratic opponents. That’s probably true, but lawmakers want answers and they aren’t getting them. And until then, there is going to be angst and doubts — no matter how many presentations they get, or veiled threats they hear from the leadership and White House-linked operatives. Of course, there are members who have signed up — more than 100 — and the service is drawing donations. That does not negate the skepticism.
REMEMBER: Republicans — pushed by Jared Kushner — created WinRed to compete with ActBlue. But ActBlue was a private company that caught fire because it was good. WinRed is being foisted upon lawmakers by the party leadership.
BIDEN BEHIND THE SCENES, pool report from the Houston Chronicle’s Jeremy Wallace of a Biden fundraiser in the River Oaks section of Houston yesterday: “‘Last night [the debate] I thought was a good night. (Applause) I think I could have done better. I will do better, God willing.’ ‘The fact of the matter is for the first time we had something approaching a debate.’ Said past debates have been ‘one minute assertions and 30 second attacks’
“‘This is about the future, this is not about the past. I love it when people say in 1972 you said…’ (crowd laughs)”
NYT, A1: ALEX BURNS and KATIE GLUECK: “Biden and Warren Avoid Direct Conflict — But for How Long?”: “If Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Elizabeth Warren are headed for a showdown, neither of them appears in a hurry to get there.
“The two candidates have seemed to be on a collision course for much of the last few months: Mr. Biden as the Democratic front-runner and de facto leader of the party’s moderate wing, with a steady but hardly dominant lead in polls, and Ms. Warren as his rising challenger, slowly trimming his lead and perhaps surpassing Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont as the focal point of progressive energy in the race.” NYT
STAYIN’ ALIVE, STAYIN’ ALIVE … WAPO: “Candidates dash for cash, seeking money to sustain presidential campaigns and avoid a death spiral,” by Sean Sullivan in Houston and Michelle Ye Hee Lee: “Candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination are sprinting from coast to coast in search of campaign donations over the next 18 days, moving urgently to stockpile cash for their big fall push — and to avoid a death spiral that a weak third-quarter fundraising tally might prompt.
“With the third debate behind them — the fourth is in mid-October, well after the fundraising deadline — the candidates are devoting themselves to finishing with a flourish what is typically a difficult three-month fundraising period, according to a review of invitations and interviews with officials and donors.
“Former vice president Joe Biden’s campaign has tentatively arranged at least 16 post-debate fundraisers before the Sept. 30 deadline, including one here Friday and another in Dallas on Saturday. Sen. Kamala D. Harris (Calif.) has at least 17 planned. Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Ind., was scheduled to hold at least 10, including one in Dallas on Friday.” WaPo
IMPORTANT STATE FRONTS …
— DENVER POST: “Beto’s moment or mistake?”
— DES MOINES REGISTER: “The 2 sides of Biden: Former vice president offers a forceful presence during a debate marred by rambling moments”
Happy Saturday. MARLA MAPLES and KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE in New York. Page Six
ALLOW ME TO REINTRODUCE MYSELF … @realDonaldTrump at 8:44 a.m.: “‘A Very Stable Genius!’ Thank you.”
A HEADLINE THE PRESIDENT WILL LIKE … ARIZONA REPUBLIC FRONT PAGE: “US begins enforcement of tough new asylum policy” …
BEHIND THE SCENES … BURGESS EVERETT and MARIANNE LEVINE: “These 3 senators might win Trump over on gun background checks”: “Pat Toomey approached Chris Murphy on the Senate floor this week with an urgent warning: We’re running out of time to sway President Donald Trump.
“‘The president’s likely close to making up his mind and he’s getting a lot of pressure from the other side,’ Toomey told Murphy. ‘We need to get before the president and make our pitch before he has a decision-making meeting.’
“With opposition growing to their fledgling effort to expand background checks on gun sales, Murphy (D-Conn.), Toomey (R-Pa.) and their partner Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) decided to call Trump, Murphy recounted. …
“The odds remain slim that Trump and a Republican-controlled Senate will act amid stiff resistance from the NRA. But if background checks legislation becomes law, this unusual coalition will be key. … ‘I wouldn’t bet my house on it. If I were betting your house it would be a ‘maybe.’ This is going to be tough,’ said Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.). ‘I don’t want to see people pulling something out of their orifices.’” POLITICO
WAPO’S PAUL KANE in Baltimore: “McCarthy doubles down on denouncing Democrats and bets the House on Trump”: “House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has set a goal no party has done in 65 years, winning back the majority just two years after losing it. But the California Republican knows better than to over promise and under deliver. So he makes only one guarantee for the 2020 elections.
“‘House Republicans will gain seats,’ McCarthy predicted. ‘We will gain seats.’
“McCarthy is doubling down on the GOP’s recent strategy of denouncing Democrats and casting them as socialists who want a complete government takeover of everything from health care to straws. Rather than encourage distance from an unpopular president, McCarthy wants Republicans to stick close to President Trump — an intentional break from the previous tension that existed between the White House and his predecessor, Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.), a close McCarthy friend.” WaPo
INTERESTING MCCARTHY QUOTE to PK … “Is this the beginning of my career? No. But am I better suited, been tested more, learned more, then, for this moment right now? Yeah.”
NYT: “Justice Dept. to Honor Team That Worked on Kavanaugh Confirmation Process,” by Katie Benner: “Next month, Attorney General William P. Barr will present the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service to those who worked ‘to support the nomination’ of the judge, according to an email reviewed by The New York Times. …
“That team being awarded includes prosecutors and lawyers from the department’s tax division, the environment and natural resources division, the civil appellate section and several United States attorneys offices. …
“Typically, the distinguished service honor, the department’s second highest, is given to employees who worked on significant prosecutions, rather than on judicial nomination processes. In addition to the award to the Kavanaugh nomination team, 10 other distinguished service honors will be presented this year. Those recipients include the prosecutors who worked to end a bid-rigging conspiracy against the Defense Department.” NYT
OPEN ARMS … AP/MOSCOW: “Taliban visits Moscow days after Trump says talks ‘dead’”: “Russian state news agency Tass cited the Taliban’s Qatar-based spokesman Suhail Shaheen as saying the delegation had held consultations with Zamir Kabulov, President Vladimir Putin’s envoy for Afghanistan.
“The visit also was confirmed to The Associated Press by a Taliban official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to reporters. It was the Taliban’s first international visit following the collapse of talks with Washington. The team was being led by Mullah Sher Mohammad Stanikzai.” AP
DEPT. OF HATE …
— CNN’S JAKE TAPPER: “Homeland Security investigating who drew a swastika inside one of its buildings”: “A hand-drawn swastika was found on the third floor of a Department of Homeland Security building on Friday in Washington, a government official told CNN.
“Some staffers in the building, on the St. Elizabeth campus in Washington, were notified about the Nazi symbol in an email from Principal Deputy Undersecretary for the Office of Intelligence and Analysis Brian Murphy, which was obtained by CNN.
“‘Unfortunately, today a hand drawn swastika was located on the third floor,’ Murphy wrote in the email, sent out shortly after 5 p.m. Friday. ‘First, I want to repeat what (Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis David Glawe), the Secretary, and many others in the Department have said in the past: there is no room in the workplace for such symbols of hate. And there is no room in the workplace for those who ascribe to such a thing. I have communicated with USIA Glawe, who is currently in Israel, and he is disgusted by what has happened.’” CNN
— DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE: “Suspect arrested in Duluth synagogue fire,” by Brady Slater: “A suspect has been arrested in the fire that destroyed the Adas Israel Congregation synagogue in Duluth earlier this week. The city of Duluth called a Sunday morning press conference “regarding the arrest of Adas Israel Synagogue fire suspect and fire investigation conclusion,” a Friday news release said. Originally set for Saturday, the press conference was rescheduled in order to observe the Jewish Sabbath, or Shabbat.
“A 36-year-old man was being held in St. Louis County jail as of Friday, pending a felony charge of first-degree arson. The News Tribune generally does not name suspects who have not yet been charged.” Duluth News Tribune
THE PRESIDENT’S SATURDAY … Nothing on his public schedule.
BRIEFLY NOTED … BARNIE FRANK on a KENNEDY-MARKEY primary, via Stephanie Murray in Springfield, Mass.: “I have to say, it’s part of a trend. I am disappointed about this outbreak of primaries in which there are no issue differences. I told Congressman Kennedy I was disappointed he was doing this … What it means is money and energy that Democrats should be spending on beating the Republicans, a lot of it is being diverted into these internal fights.” Full story
BEYOND THE BELTWAY … L.A. TIMES: “California Senate evacuated after vaccine bill protester throws ‘what appeared to be blood’ onto lawmakers,” by Patrick McGreevey, Melody Gutierrez, Taryn Luna and Anita Chabria, with a Sacramento dateline: “A woman was arrested Friday on charges including assault after dropping what authorities said ‘appeared to be blood’ on members of the California Senate from her seat in the visitor gallery. The disturbance occurred as lawmakers were wrapping up their work before adjourning for the year, forcing them to evacuate the chamber to continue in a nearby committee hearing room.
“The woman, who was identified by California Highway Patrol officials as Rebecca Dalelio, 43, was among dozens of protesters who were inside the state Capitol to oppose a pair of bills signed Monday by Gov. Gavin Newsom to impose new oversight of childhood vaccine exemptions. Public records show Dalelio is a resident of Boulder Creek near Santa Cruz, and a Facebook profile matching her photo and name contains multiple postings critical of vaccines, the last one made in March. A phone call to Dalelio seeking comment was not returned.
“Authorities roped off the Senate chamber with caution tape Friday evening as CHP and Senate officers began an investigation. The CHP later said in a statement that the blood-like substance was contained in ‘a feminine hygiene device’ held by the woman, who was arrested and booked on six charges including assault, vandalism and disorderly conduct.” LAT
MIAMI HERALD: “Was Jeffrey Epstein still traveling with underage girls? Feds were probing new reports,” by Kevin G. Hall: “At the time of Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide last month while awaiting trial on sex trafficking allegations that dated back a decade, the U.S. Marshals Service was actively investigating more recent reports of underage girls arriving to his private island — as well as unreported European jaunts, new documents show.
“New documents released under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that the Marshals Service was readying to seek help from the governments of France, Austria and Monaco because of unreported travel.
“And the documents, first obtained by the website Muckrock, show that the Marshals Service had been been pressing authorities in the U.S. Virgin Islands for key Epstein phone records.” Miami Herald
CLICKER – “The nation’s cartoonists on the week in politics,” edited by Matt Wuerker — 16 keepers
GREAT WEEKEND READS, curated by Daniel Lippman (@dlippman):
— “A Paranoid Tech Bro, a Homemade Nuclear Bunker, and a Shocking Death,” by William Brennan in Washingtonian: “In the tunnels beneath a placid suburban home, an angel investor turned into an angel of doom.” Washingtonian
— “The last of the great explorers,” by Oliver Franklin-Wallis in 1843 Magazine’s Oct./Nov. issue: “The ocean floor is the Earth’s last great uncharted region. Oliver Franklin-Wallis joins the man descending to the bottom of the deepest trenches on the planet.” 1843 Magazine
— “How to Major in Unicorn,” by Max Read in NY Mag: “Many of the freshmen now arriving in Palo Alto came to raise capital and drop out. A cynic’s guide to killing it at Stanford.” NY Mag
— “How German Wine Found Its Sweet Spot,” by Jason Wilson in WaPo Magazine: “American connoisseurs have traditionally stayed away from German wine. A new generation of producers — and global warming — is changing that.” WaPo Magazine (h/t Longreads.com)
— “How donuts fuelled the American Dream” – 1843 Magazine’s Aug./Sept. issue: “In Los Angeles, donuts have brought wealth (if not health) to new arrivals. David Samuels hits the road in search of the lord of the rings.” 1843 Magazine
— “What College Admissions Offices Really Want,” by Paul Tough in the N.Y. Times Magazine: “Elite schools say they’re looking for academic excellence and diversity. But their thirst for tuition revenue means that wealth trumps all.” NYT Magazine
— “The Man Behind Montana’s Contradictory, Confusing, and Occasionally Crazy Political Culture,” by Marc C. Johnson in Zocalo Public Square: “Montana is a natural idyll where mining companies have set the agenda; a sometimes-jingoistic place that elects famously outspoken pacifists; a haven for Republicans and Democrats alike (and even Communists, at one point in its history.) It’s almost as though the state had to create a complex, contradictory, confusing, and occasionally crazy political culture to equal its vastness and to complement its uniqueness.” Zocalo Public Square
— “A Rare Conversation With P.J. O’Rourke, Legendary Satirist,” by Art Tavana in Playboy in Nov. 2018: “Is Facebook dangerous? And other pressing questions on the heels of his new book.” Playboy
— “My Terezín Diary,” by Zuzana Justman in The New Yorker: “What is most striking to me today about the diary I kept in the camp, seventy-five years ago, is what I left out.” New Yorker
— “From mind control to murder? How a deadly fall revealed the CIA’s darkest secrets,” by Stephen Kinzer in The Guardian: “Frank Olson died in 1953, but, because of clandestine US government experiments, it took decades for his family to get closer to the truth.” The Guardian
— “Free Solo climber Alex Honnold’s next summit? The rest of his life,” by Seth Wickersham in ESPN the Magazine – per Longform.org’s description: “On life after you accomplish your lifelong goal.”ESPN
— “Exclusive: Behind the front lines of the Ebola wars,” by Amy Maxmen in Nature: “How the World Health Organization is battling bullets, politics and a deadly virus in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.” Nature
— “‘There’s No Such Thing As Cold, Hard Reality’: Meet The Hyperloop’s Truest Believers,” by Aaron Gordon in Golden, Colo. in Jalopnik. Jalopnik (h/t Longform.org)
— “Six Men Tell Their Stories of Sexual Assault in the Military,” by NYT’s Dave Phillips: “More than 100,000 men have been sexually assaulted in the military in recent decades. Shame and stigma kept the vast majority from coming forward to report the attacks. Six men are speaking out to break the silence.” NYT
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SPOTTED at Jim and Autumn Vandehei’s house in Alexandria for a party last night co-hosted by Evan Ryan and Tony Blinken celebrating Samantha Power’s new book “The Education of an Idealist” ($17.99 on Amazon): Justice Elena Kagan, Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), Jim Clapper, Michael Morrell, Julian Borger, Sally Quinn, Jeremy and Robyn Bash, Juleanna Glover, Mike Allen, Jordan Zaslav, Margaret Talev, Eric Pelofsky, Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-N.J.), Lisa Monaco, Bradley Klapper, Merrick Garland, David Brooks, Nancy DeParle, Jen Psaki, Roy Schwartz, Neal Wolin and Nicole Elkon, Mark Ein, Shaun Donovan, Jane Harman, Cody Keenan, Tom Donilon, Julie Mason, Tom Nides, Neera Tanden, Dana Shell Smith, Eric Motley, Phil and Rachel Gordon, Rob and Caroline Malley, Carol Browner and Tom Downey, Todd Stern and Susan Brophy.
SPOTTED at the MPAA’s “Celebration of the Congressional Black Caucus and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and the Cultural Diversity of the Film and Television Industry”: Reps. Marc Veasey (D-Texas) and Antonio Gonzales (D-Ohio).
SPOTTED at screenings Friday of the documentary “Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook” at the Congressional Black Caucus’ Annual Legislative Conference: Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio), Mac Heller and Tim Smith.
WEEKEND WEDDING – Trevor Kolego of the Smith-Free Group and Emily Porter of the Nickles Group got married last weekend on the shores of their Skaneateles, N.Y., home. Both are John Boehner alumni. Their sons Oliver and Connor attended the wedding. TKTKT PHOTO TKTKTK
WELCOME TO THE WORLD — Eric Koch, a managing principal at Precision Strategies, and Sonia Moghe, a CNN producer covering crime and justice, welcomed Zara Valira Moghe Koch on Wednesday in New York City. Pic
BIRTHDAYS: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is 41 … Bloomberg’s Jennifer Jacobs … Will Nichols … Alex Korson, executive producer at MSNBC … Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev is 54 … Russell Berman, staff writer at The Atlantic … Victoria Esser, managing director at GPG … Angela Grossfeld … CAP’s Ryan Collins … Jonathan Dimock … Nick Magallanes … Larry Mizel, CEO of MDC Holdings, is 77 … Richard Strauss, president of Strauss Media Strategies and former Clinton WH radio director … NYT’s Matt Flegenheimer and Tim Arango … Jolyn Marie Cikanek, government relations and PAC manager at Genworth Financial, is 32 … Jim Angle is 73 … Courtney Flantzer … NBC’s Scott Foster and Hans Nichols … Abigail Collazo … Luke Bolar … Julia Savel … Jay Preciado, celebrating with Erin (hat tip: Jon Haber) … Rachel Ryan McKell … POLITICO’s Christy Ubieta … GAO’s Sarah Wilson …
… Jillian Hughes, producer for CBS’ “Face the Nation,” is 3-0 … Sandeep Prasanna, counsel for the House Homeland Security Committee, is 3-0 … Elliot Berke, managing partner of Berke Farah … Joel Contreras … Paula Dobriansky … Naomi Karavani … Howlie Davis … Joyce Brayboy … Jacob Bell … Ofirah Yheskel … Josh Gordon … Brittany Parker … Christina Gennet … Katie Boyce, managing editor for digital at Bloomberg … John Ladd … Kirstin Mende … Kelly Scott … Ethan Stackpole … Molly Fluet … Ben Merkel … Reynaldo Benitez … Brian Greer … Katie Smith … Kari Scott Abitbol … Carey Kluttz … Trent Duffy … Maria Dorfner … Amy Wren … Clay Chandler … Paul McCarthy … Eden Gordon … Julia Cohen … Melina Delkic … Dan Morris is 4-0 … Kathleen O’Connell … Ted Gup … Hope Warschaw … Dave Dogan … Ken Strasma … Dan Langer … Pam Porter (h/ts Teresa Vilmain) … Amy Kauffman
THE SHOWS, by Matt Mackowiak, filing from Austin:
— NBC’s “Meet the Press”: Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) … former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas) … Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.). Panel: Helene Cooper, Hallie Jackson, Pat McCrory and Claire McCaskill.
— CNN’s “State of the Union”: Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) … Andrew Yang … Pete Buttigieg . Panel: Jennifer Granholm, Rick Santorum, Aisha Moodie-Mills and Bill Kristol.
— ABC’s “This Week”: Pete Buttigieg … Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) … Sen.Ted Cruz (R-Texas). Panel: Matthew Dowd, Chris Christie, Donna Brazile and Arshad Hasan.
— CBS’s “Face the Nation”: Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) … Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) …Ken Cuccinelli … Samantha Power… Jeff Berardelli.
— “Fox News Sunday”: Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.). Panel: Josh Holmes, Catherine Lucey, Katie Pavlich and Neera Tanden … “Power Player of the Week” segment with Kathleen Kennedy Townsend.
— CNN’s “Inside Politics”: Julie Hirschfield Davis, Shawna Thomas, Margaret Talev and Nia-Malika Henderson.
— Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures”: Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan … House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) … Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) … Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich).
— Fox News’ “MediaBuzz”: Jeanne Zaino … Ben Domenech … Susan Ferrechio … Sean Spicer … Steve Hayes … Britt McHenry.
— CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS”: Tony Blair … Condi Rice .
— CNN’s “Reliable Sources”: Alexandra Rojas and Dahlia Lithwick … Jim Sciutto … Krystal Ball … Meghan Twohey and Jodi Kantor … Barry Glassner.
— Univision’s “Al Punto”: Luis Gutierrez, Rosario Marin and Gilberto Hinojosa … Adyrana Aldeen and Ana Maria Archila … Yali Nuñez, Wadi Gaitan and Leslie Hernandez.
— C-SPAN: “The Communicators”: Rep. Jerry McNerney (D-Calif.), questioned by Politico’s John Hendel … “Newsmakers”: U.S. Chamber of Commerce chief policy officer Neil Bradley, questioned by The New York Times’ Jeanna Smialek and AP’s Chris Rugaber … “Q&A”: Malcolm Gladwell.
— MSNBC’s “Kasie DC”: Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) … Rep. Katherine Clark (D-Mass.) … Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) … Deborah Lee James … North Carolina State Sen. Jeff Jackson (D) … Salman Rushdie … Jonathan Lemire … Philip Bump … Natasha Bertrand … Kadia Tubman … Maria Teresa Kumar … John Podhoretz … Jacob Ward (substitute anchor: MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin).
— Washington Times’ “Mack on Politics” weekly politics podcast with Matt Mackowiak (download on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify or Stitcher or listen at MackOnPoliticsPodcast.com: Author Garrett Graff.
- New $484 billion bailout package will finally become law today but Democrats and Republicans are already squaring off for furious battle over next stage with Nancy Pelosi saying 'heroes act' will help states and cities
- The View drama: Rosie O'Donnell in 'furious row with producers over show's hunt for younger viewers'
- Florida’s COVID-19 Grim Reaper Is Here, and He’s Fucking Furious
- Here’s What’s Happening In Republicans’ Biden Ukraine Investigation
- National Enquirer’s New ‘Bombshell’: Hillary’s an ‘Evil,’ Bisexual ‘Secret Sex Freak’
- Not worth my time! Trump cancels daily briefing and moans his press conferences are pointless because the media 'spreads lies' and asks 'hostile questions' after his disinfectant debacle
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