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New York Times PoliticsOct 22, 2019
Trump Calls Impeachment Inquiry a ‘Lynching'
President Trump called the Democrats' impeachment inquiry into him a "lynching" and said it was "without due process or fairness or any legal rights."

Drudge ReportOct 22, 2019

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The Daily BeastOct 21, 2019
Trump Defends Tulsi Gabbard and Jill Stein Over Hillary's Russian Asset Claim: ‘She's Crazy!'
Fox NewsDuring his Fox News primetime interview with close friend and confidant Sean Hannity on Monday night, President Trump took aim at his 2016 presidential election foe, calling Hillary Clinton "crazy" and "sick" for suggesting Russians were "grooming" Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) for a third-party presidential bid.

Clinton sparked a multi-day controversy last week when she said on a podcast that Gabbard is a "favorite of the Russians" and that former Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein is a "Russian asset," suggesting they could both be involved in helping Russia tilt the election for Trump. Clinton did not offer any proof at the time to back up her claims. 

Gabbard quickly hit back on Twitter, labeling Clinton the "queen of warmongers" while asserting the former secretary of state's attacks were part of a "concerted campaign" to sully Gabbard's reputation.

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CNN PoliticsOct 21, 2019
House Democrats halt Republican resolution to censure Schiff
House Republicans are trying to force a House floor vote Monday on a resolution to censure House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, one of the Democrats leading the impeachment investigation, "for certain misleading conduct" in his characterization of a phone call between President Donald Trump and the Ukrainian President.

CNN PoliticsOct 21, 2019
CNN analysts explains Emoluments Clause to Trump
CNN analyst Carrie Cordero explains why the emoluments clause is part of the Constitution after President Donald Trump called it "phony."

The Daily BeastOct 21, 2019
Last U.S. Base in Syria ‘Is Everything Wrong With Trump's War'
Delil Souleiman/GettyIn the southeastern Syrian desert, near the Jordan and Iraq borders, far from the ruins of the Caliphate or the carnage of the Turkish invasion, lies the terminal phase of a U.S. war. 

A dusty garrison outpost called al-Tanf, or sometimes at-Tanf, is now the last redoubt for the American forces in Syria that have occupied it since 2016. It has little to do with the war against the so-called Islamic State, the ostensible purpose of the U.S. in Syria, and far more to do with a confrontation against an entirely different adversary: Iran. 

The Oct. 6 phone call between presidents Donald Trump and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a prelude to the betrayal of the U.S.' Syrian Kurdish partners, prompted a highly confusing U.S. withdrawal from the Syrian northeast, one that's been misunderstood as a full withdrawal from Syria. Instead, according to a knowledgeable U.S. official not cleared to speak with reporters, hundreds of U.S. special operators and general-purpose troops have pulled back to al-Tanf. For however long they remain in Syria - now that the Turks have invaded and the Kurds have turned to the Syrian government and its Russian patrons for protection, the U.S. presence may be untenable—al-Tanf and the 55-kilometer "exclusion zone" surrounding it will be where they operate. 

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Yahoo PoliticsOct 21, 2019
Trump feeds Clinton-Gabbard feud: She's ‘accusing everybody of being a Russian agent'
President Trump Monday stepped gleefully into a name-calling dispute between Hillary Clinton and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard.

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