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CNN PoliticsMay 26, 2018
Analysis: Trump's sustained attacks on American rights
Two years ago Sunday, then-presidential candidate Donald Trump derided US District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel, hearing a lawsuit against Trump University, for his "Mexican" heritage and complained of being "railroaded" by the legal system.

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The Daily BeastMay 26, 2018
The Oligarch Who Met With Michael Cohen Flees the Press at Putin's Big Economic Summit
Dima Korotayev/Epsilon/GettyST. PETERSBURG, Russia—There were moments on Friday when silver-bearded Russian tycoon Viktor Vekselberg, normally a paragon of self-assurance, looked like an old bear cornered by hounds at this year's St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

Vekselberg, who reportedly is worth some $15.5 billion, had agreed to participate in a panel about the Russian-U.S. business "dialogue" at a time when his name is being linked to investigations focused on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. elections. He is known to have been questioned by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team, and was reported this week to have met with Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney, Michael Cohen, just 11 days before Trump was inaugurated.

In April, Vekselberg was among several Russian oligarchs hit with sanctions by the U.S. Treasury, specifically for their connection to "malign activity around the globe" including "attempting to subvert Western democracies." Since then, Vekselberg's Renova energy conglomerate has lost about $900 million.

Read more at The Daily Beast.



CNN PoliticsMay 26, 2018
Trump criticizes separating families at the border, despite his administration's support for policy that could lead to separation
President Donald Trump criticized the separation of children and parents at the US border on Saturday, despite the fact that his own administration has supported a policy that could lead to an uptick in separating families.

Drudge ReportMay 26, 2018
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The Daily BeastMay 25, 2018
Democrats Might Think Twice Before Running the Safe Playbook
EITAN ABRAMOVICHHere's the obvious approach for Democrats in 2018: Leave the showmanship and political theater to the president and offer voters a return to rationality and sanity. But what if wild performance and convention-flouting (tools that have been proven so effective in a social media soaked world) could be used to divide and to drive bold, carefully planned progressive policy?

Before ceding politics-as-entertainment, Democrats hoping to retake Congress might consider the story of a now-obscure politician who mastered the art long before the first outrageous tweet from @therealdonaldtrump was ever conceived.

By 1994, Bogotá, Colombia had earned a reputation for being one of the most dangerous and difficult cities to live in on the planet. It's 4,200 homicides made it the world's murder capital. Infrastructure was crumbling as money meant for public works was funneled off to corrupt government officials, to be dropped into bank accounts already overflowing with "donations" from drug cartels.

Read more at The Daily Beast.



Reuters PoliticsMay 25, 2018
Trump eases firing of federal workers, cracks down on unions
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Friday signed three executive orders designed to make it easier to fire federal government workers and to crack down on the unions that represent them, drawing immediate criticism from a group representing federal employees.

Yahoo PoliticsMay 25, 2018
U.S. Naval Academy graduation; Trump delivers remarks
Donald Trump delivered remarks during the United States Naval Academy's graduation and commissioning ceremony, Friday, May 25, 2018, in Annapolis, Maryland.


Reuters PoliticsMay 23, 2018
Ex-Trump campaign chief seeks to suppress evidence seized by FBI
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is set to ask a federal judge on Wednesday to suppress evidence seized by FBI agents working for Special Counsel Robert Mueller, saying they violated the U.S. Constitution's ban on unreasonable searches and seizures.
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