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Washington Post PoliticsJun 18, 2019
Trump characterizes alleged attacks by Iran on tankers as ‘very minor'
In an interview with Time magazine, the president said he would "certainly" go to war over nuclear weapons but left open the question of taking action to protect oil supplies.

Fox PoliticsJun 18, 2019
'The Five' unanimously blasts AOC for comparing detention centers on the border to 'concentration camps'
Was Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., wrong to compare the U.S. detention facilities along the southern border with the Holocaust concentration camps? Fox News' "The Five" unanimously said 'yes' Tuesday criticizing the congresswoman for her comments and her defense of her comments afterwards.

PoliticoJun 18, 2019
Top-polling candidates will be center-stage at first Democratic debates
NBC said Elizabeth Warren and Beto O'Rourke will be in the middle for the first night, while Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders will be center-stage on night two.

The Daily BeastJun 18, 2019
Trump Invited New Russian ‘Information' About Opponents. Europe Knows Where That Leads.
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/Mikhail Svetlov/GettyIn his much-commented 60 Minutes interview this week, Donald Trump breezily dismissed the idea that accepting information on political rivals from foreign sources was untoward. "It's not an interference, they have information," he said. "I think I'd take it. If I thought there was something wrong, I'd go maybe to the FBI."

Thus the man who routinely indulges in the fantasy that a collective of American spies is arranging his downfall has no compunction about letting foreign spies arrange the downfall of his opponents. It all depends on what gifts they come bearing.

But the trouble with inviting foreign countries into your political system is that once they accept the invitation they never leave. A new study I've co-edited, published by the Free Russia Foundation, offers a chilling tour d'horizon of how the Kremlin has walked right into the judiciaries, interior ministries, ballot boxes, campaign coffers and even spy services of Europe, all because domestic politicians initially waved them in. The broad conclusion of "Misrule of Law," as the report is titled, is that instead of a Europe whole and free, we've got one partly subsidized and dangerously subservient to Vladimir Putin.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

Washington Post PoliticsJun 17, 2019
McConnell: I don't know why Jon Stewart is ‘all bent out of shape' on 9/11 victims fund
"It sounds to me like he's looking for some way to take offense," the Senate majority leader said of Stewart on Monday, days after the comedian's emotional testimony on Capitol Hill.
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