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CNN PoliticsApr 20, 2021
Biden says the evidence in Chauvin trial is 'overwhelming': 'I'm praying that the verdict is the right verdict'
President Joe Biden called George Floyd's brother Philonise Floyd on Monday as his family and the nation await a verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin.

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The Daily BeastApr 20, 2021
CNN's Brianna Keilar Ridicules Hannity's ‘Mean Girl Group Chat' With Trump
CNNCNN anchor Brianna Keilar tore apart former President Donald Trump's first post-White House on-camera interview on Tuesday, describing the ex-president's sitdown conversation with Fox News host Sean Hannity as a "mean girl group chat."

Prior to jumping to morning show New Day, Keilar had drawn attention for her fiery "Roll the Tape" segments in which she systematically dismantles right-wing media figures and fact-checks political talking points. In a recent interview with The Daily Beast, Keilar said the segment would be a regular morning feature, which she exhibited on Tuesday.

"Usually when a former president gives his first interview after leaving the White House they wait longer than three months and have something new to say," Keilar snarked right off the start. "In Donald Trump's case, unfortunately, it was neither. He sat down for Sean Hannity's propaganda hour and just like ‘


Drudge ReportApr 20, 2021
Fortified Minneapolis awaits Chauvin verdict...




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Drudge ReportApr 20, 2021
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CNN PoliticsApr 20, 2021
Three Democratic House members joined protesters in Minnesota but used proxy voting instituted during Covid to vote in Washington
Three Democratic House members were in Minnesota Monday participating in protests around the Derek Chauvin murder trial while the House of Representatives was in session back in Washington, DC. All three used a new option to vote by proxy to cast ballots remotely, citing the "ongoing health emergency."

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Reps. Roy, Herrell move to force House vote on extending Trump-era border restrictions (Fox Politics)
White House considers broad range of migration plans ahead of Harris visit to Central America (CNN Politics)

Drudge ReportApr 20, 2021
BUSH: Today's Republicans are 'nativist' and 'isolationist'...




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Drudge ReportApr 20, 2021
Bumpy first weeks of Kamala's role show challenges...




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Fox PoliticsApr 20, 2021
Bush says GOP becoming 'nativist' party but slams 'open borders' immigration in rare interview
Former President George W. Bush on Tuesday criticized both Republicans and Democrats for their approaches to immigration, warning against demonizing immigrants but also against open borders policies. 

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Bush describes GOP as 'isolationist, protectionist and to a certain extent nativist' (CNN Politics)

Drudge ReportApr 20, 2021
'MENTALLY ILL': Netanyahu family threatens to sue former PM Olmert for slander...




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Drudge ReportApr 20, 2021
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Drudge ReportApr 20, 2021
State Dept plans 'Do Not travel' advisories for 80% of planet...




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Yahoo PoliticsApr 20, 2021
Satellite Images Show Russia Massively Bulking Up Military Near Ukraine Border


CNN PoliticsApr 20, 2021
McCarthy pushes for censure vote as Waters digs in over her remarks
Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy will likely try to force a House vote Wednesday to censure Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters following her remarks over the weekend calling for protesters to "get more confrontational" if former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is acquitted in the killing of George Floyd, House aides familiar with the matter tell CNN.

Fox PoliticsApr 20, 2021
DeSantis signs Florida's 'anti-riot' bill into law
Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday signed into law Florida's "anti-riot" bill, which increases penalties for crimes committed during a riot and is aimed at "combating public disorder."

CNN PoliticsApr 19, 2021
Anti-riot laws vs. police reform as the US waits for Chauvin verdict
It is not the job of jurors in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin to issue a verdict on American policing or racial justice, but their coming decision in the trial of the White cop who knelt on a Black man's neck for nine minutes has many in the country primed for a real turning point, one way or another.

CNN PoliticsApr 19, 2021
Florida governor signs controversial 'pro-law enforcement' law cracking down on riots
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday signed into law a controversial bill that aims to crack down on riots and property damage in the face of fierce opposition from Democrats in the state, who argue it will have a chilling effect on peaceful protests.

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Controversial 'Public Disorder' Bill Into Law (Huffington Post Politics)

Fox PoliticsApr 19, 2021
Psaki walks back Biden's border 'crisis' comments, acknowledges 'crisis in Central America'
When President Biden referred to an immigration-related "crisis" over the weekend, he was not referring to migrants crossing the southern border, White House press secretary Jen Psaki insisted to reporters Monday.

Department of Homeland Security NewsMar 09, 2021
DHS Secretary Statement on the 2019 Public Charge Rule
Today, DHS Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas announced that the government will no longer defend the 2019 public charge rule as doing so is neither in the public interest nor an efficient use of limited government resources.

"The 2019 public charge rule was not in keeping with our nation's values. It penalized those who access health benefits and other government services available to them," said Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas. "Consistent with the President's vision, we will continue to implement reforms that improve our legal immigration system."

President Biden's Executive Order on Restoring Faith in Our Legal Immigration Systems and Strengthening Integration and Inclusion Efforts for New Americans called for an immediate review of agency actions on public charge inadmissibility and deportability. DHS's review, in consultation with the Departments of Justice and State and the federal benefits-granting agencies, is ongoing. 

As discussed in DHS's litigation statement, and consistent with the government's decision not to defend the rule, the Department of Justice is no longer pursuing appellate review of judicial decisions invalidating or enjoining enforcement of the 2019 public charge rule. Today, the Department of Justice dismissed its pending appeals in the Supreme Court and Seventh Circuit, and is in the process of doing so in the Fourth Circuit. Following the Seventh Circuit dismissal this afternoon, the final judgment from the Northern District of Illinois, which vacated the 2019 public charge rule, went into effect. As a result, the 1999 interim field guidance on the public charge inadmissibility provision (i.e., the policy that was in place before the 2019 public charge rule) is now in effect. 

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Reuters PoliticsJun 15, 2020
Trump administration is blocking COVID stimulus oversight: government watchdog letter
The Trump administration is hindering oversight of over $1 trillion in pandemic stimulus funds, according to a watchdog group tasked by Congress to detect fraud and misuse of federal aid aimed at mitigating economic fallout from coronavirus.
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