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Trump administration to propose ‘dramatic reductions’ in foreign aid

The White House budget director confirmed Saturday that the Trump administration will propose “fairly dramatic reductions” in the U.S. foreign aid budget later this month.

Reuters and other news outlets reported earlier this week that the administration plans to propose to Congress cuts in the budgets for the U.S. State Department and Agency for International Development by about one third.

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Stephen Hayes: “The Courage Deficit”

The math isn’t complicated. If the federal government doesn’t reform entitlements soon, the country will face a debt crisis. There is no disputing this. It’s inevitable. The only unknown is timing. And the stubborn determination of some leaders in both political parties to ignore runaway entitlement growth—the most urgent domestic challenge facing the United States—means the crisis will come sooner rather than later.

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Don Lemon falsely claims Loretta Lynch recused herself

CNN host Don Lemon falsely claimed Wednesday night that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch recused herself from the federal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

Fellow network colleague Dana Bash interjected to correct Lemon, according to the Washington Examiner.

“We have to remember, Loretta Lynch recused herself from any decision regarding Hillary Clinton because of that meeting of Hillary Clinton and Loretta Lynch, who was attorney general at the time, on the tarmac,” Lemon said on his show.

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HYPOCRISY: 7X More Coverage for Sessions Debacle than Holder Contempt

If you ever doubted that the media see the news through a partisan prism, consider this: in less than two days, ABC, CBS and NBC devoted nearly 7 times as much coverage to Jeff Sessions meeting with the Russian Ambassador in his role as a U.S. Senator than they did when then-Attorney General Eric Holder was held in contempt of Congress in June 2012.

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Daughter of close Obama adviser will cover DOJ for CNN

CNN has tapped the daughter of President Obama’s closest adviser to cover the Department of Justice, The Post has learned.

Laura Jarrett quietly joined the network in September as a reporter in its Washington bureau.

She came to CNN with no experience in journalism. But the Harvard-educated lawyer defended companies and individuals against the Justice Department as a private litigator in Chicago.

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‘American Sniper’ widow Taya Kyle slams Michael Moore’s comments: ‘It makes me sick to my stomach’

Fox News contributor Taya Kyle, the widow of “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle, said Michael Moore’s criticism of President Trump’s moving tribute to Carryn Owens made her sick to her stomach.

Ms. Kyle responded to Mr. Moore’s comments Wednesday on Fox News’ “The First 100 Days” with Martha MacCallum. The host played a clip of the liberal filmmaker railing against the president for a particularly powerful moment during his first joint address to Congress, in which he recognized the widow of fallen Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens.

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Alec Baldwin, Other Celebs Owe Trump a Huge Thank You

Looking at the Twitter feeds of celebrities like Alec Baldwin and Michael Moore, it’s easy to become worried. They seem stressed. Their lives are in a constant state of disarray. And it’s all because of President Donald Trump.

However — the actual lives and careers of these people tell a very different story. Baldwin is playing a satirical version of the president on a near-weekly basis on “Saturday Night Live” and earning the best headlines of his career. Michael Moore, meanwhile, has found new relevance in the age of Trump.

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Russian FM calls Sessions Uproar a replay of McCarthyism

As the drama over Attorney General Jeff Sessions plays out in Washington, the Kremlin is watching with a mixture of frustration and regret how the uproar is blocking progress on pressing issues on the U.S.-Russian agenda.

Despite the dashed hopes for a quick thaw, however, Moscow is voicing its readiness to wait as long as it takes.

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Democrats call for Jeff Sessions to resign over undisclosed Russian ambassador meetings

Senior House Democrats are calling on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign after revelations that the former Alabama senator did not disclose meetings he had with the Russian ambassador to the United States during his Cabinet confirmation hearing.

“After lying under oath to Congress about his own communications with the Russians, the Attorney General must resign,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a statement released late Wednesday night, adding that “Sessions is not fit to serve as the top law enforcement officer of our country.”

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Flashback-Schumer: ‘It Didn’t Matter’ AG Lynch Met with Clinton During Email Probe

After then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch confirmed she met with former President Bill Clinton on a plane last June, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) dismissed calls for an independent prosecutor to take over the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

Today, however, Schumer called for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign and demanded a special prosecutor because of a report Sessions had met with the Russian Ambassador in 2016, something he did not disclose during his confirmation hearings. Sessions denies the report and says he “never met with any Russian officials to discuss the issues of the (Trump presidential) campaign.”

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