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Russia sanctions heads to Trump’s desk after Senate approval, putting him in a bind

The Senate put their stamp of approval Thursday on a sweeping sanctions bill that will now go straight to the desk of Donald Trump. The New York Times writes: The Senate vote, 98-2, followed the passage of a House bill earlier this week to punish...
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Sen. Graham: ‘Any effort to go after Mueller could be beginning of the end...

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) gave an interview to CNN’s Manu Raju and Graham did hold not hold any punches. You can see the full interview below, but his is a particular highlight of the interview. Graham not only says there will be “holy hell to pay” if...
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Watergate prosecutor: ‘Everything this president has done cries out guilt’

Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman and Georgetown Law School professor Paul Butler joined Brian Williams for a segment on MSNBC discussing Trump’s behavior and his hints he may fireAttorey General Jeff Sessions and/or special counsel Robert Mueller....
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Trump’s meltdown moment on Russia: How could he have made this day any worse?

It's pretty unimaginable to think how Donald Trump could have made his own Russia predicament any worse, but we never like to underestimate the numbnut in chief. Here's a quick rundown of Trump's no good, incredibly bad day...
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Trump campaign manager Manafort subpoenaed to appear before Senate Judiciary Committee

While former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort reached an agreement to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee this week, he would not agree to the terms provided by the Judiciary Committee. That committee has now responded by issuing a...
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Trump’s nominee to head Justice Department’s criminal division used to represent major Russian bank

The New York Times is reporting on unpopular President Donald Trump’s new nominee Brian Benczkowski to head the Department of Justice’s criminal division. It turns out that Mr. Benczkowski used to represent Alfa Bank. Why is that news? Alfa Bank...
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Sen. Franken says Judiciary Committee may call Sessions back to explain his Russia contacts

It can be hard to keep track of all the new developments in Trump's ever-escalating Russia scandal, but if you missed last Friday's addendum to the pile it was that this nation's intelligence ...
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Congressional agreement on Russia sanctions bill deals the Trump-Putin alliance a blow

The efforts of Donald Trump and his buddy Vladimir Putin to help Russia get off scot-free after hacking the U.S. election have hit a snag: Congress. As challenged as the GOP-controlled Congress has proven to be, lawmakers appear to have brokered an...
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Trump tweet-blasts Republicans for doing ‘very little to protect’ him from Russia investigation

Once again, Donald Trump is taking to Twitter to call the investigation into Russian election hacks a "Witch Hunt". This time, however, it comes with a twist. What else Republican leaders could do to "protect" him that they're not already...
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Why Trump’s "leak" of the Sessions/Russia conversations will backfire on him

 The news of Beauregard Sessions having ‘substantial conversations’ with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak conveniently was "leaked” to the media right after Trumpbuffoon’s incoherent “spewing” to the New York Times about his regret in ‘hiring’...

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