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Democrats Try To Cool Trump Impeachment Talk

They call it the ‘I’ word.

Just a month into Donald Trump’s presidency, Democratic Party leaders are trying to rein in the talk of impeachment that’s animating the grass roots, the product of a restive base demanding deeper and more aggressive investigations into Trump’s ties to Russia.

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New poll: President Trump more trusted than mainstream media

According to a new poll, Americans trust President Donald Trump to tell the truth more than reporters who cover his administration.

Nearly a majority of registered voter said that they have greater trust in the Trump administration while only 42 percent believe in reporters.

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Swedish Columnist: Sweden an Example of How Not to Handle Immigrants

A newspaper columnist for the British conservative magazine Spectator in September of 2016 wrote how Sweden was an example of how not to handle immigrants, an article of particular interest in light of President Donald Trump’s critical comments on Sweden during a Florida rally on Saturday night.

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When Obama’s National Security Advisor Lied, Media Laughed

Buried deep beneath the Michael Flynn hysteria this week was Judicial Watch’s release of newly obtained State Department documents related to the Benghazi terrorist attack on September 11, 2012. One email confirms—again—that the Obama administration knew the day after the attack it was not a random act of violence stemming from an anti-Muslim video. That was the excuse shamefully propagated by top Obama administration officials (including the president himself) and swallowed whole by a media establishment desperate to help Obama win re-election six weeks later.

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Hollywood chooses protests over parties as the stars get ready for Oscars activism

In a normal Oscars week, Jeremy Zimmer would expect to be wearing his best tux, rubbing shoulders with the biggest stars in Hollywood and grabbing canapés with one hand while holding a glass of champagne in the other. This year he expects to be holding nothing more glamorous than a placard.

“Don’t get me wrong, I like lobster rolls and handfuls of lamb chops as much as anyone, and more than most,” Zimmer – the head of United Talent Agency, which represents the cream of Hollywood, from Angelina Jolie to Will Ferrell – told his staff in an email. “However, this seems like a moment for us, at UTA, to speak up and put our money where our mouth is.”

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Pope Francis: ‘Muslim Terrorism Does Not Exist’

In an impassioned address Friday, Pope Francis denied the existence of Islamic terrorism, while simultaneously asserting that “the ecological crisis is real.”

“Christian terrorism does not exist, Jewish terrorism does not exist, and Muslim terrorism does not exist. They do not exist,” Francis said in his speech to a world meeting of populist movements.

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We just got a bunch of great news about the US economy

On Wednesday, the news for the US economy was stellar across the board.

A batch of data released at 8:30 a.m. ET showed that retail sales, inflation, and manufacturing activity all topped expectations.

In January, retail sales rose 0.4% over the prior month, better than the 0.1% that economists were expecting. Perhaps the more encouraging part of this report was the revision to December’s number — a month that of course falls right in the heart of the all-important holiday shopping season — which now shows sales rose 1% during that month, up from an initial print of 0.6%.

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Reporter says White House staffer Omarosa recorded fiery exchange without her knowledge

A heated exchange between White House communications official Omarosa Manigault and a reporter was captured in a recording, The Washington Post reported Tuesday night.

April Ryan, a reporter with American Urban Radio Networks, got into an argument with Manigault near the Oval Office last week, according to the newspaper.

During the exchange, Ryan said, according to The Post, she felt “physically intimidated” by Manigault, and she accused Manigault of saying Ryan was included in supposed White House “dossiers” of negative information on several journalists.

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Leading candidate for Trump’s science advisor calls climate change a cult

In January, the Trump transition team arranged for two scientists to meet with Trump. Since then, both have been considered frontrunners to become the new presidential science advisor, a position that typically heads the Office of Science and Technology Policy. While the two—Princeton’s William Happer and Yale’s David Gelernter—have radically different backgrounds, they have a couple of things in common: strong support for science in general and extreme skepticism of climate science in particular.

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Julian Assange trolls intel community over Flynn leaks

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange weighed in on the tension between the Trump administration and the U.S. intelligence community, calling it an “amazing battle for dominance.”

“Amazing battle for dominance is playing out between the elected US govt & the IC who consider themselves to be the ‘permanent government,’” Assange wrote on Twitter Wednesday, one day after joining the social media website.

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Sally Kohn Has A ‘Straightforward’ Plan to Make Hillary Clinton President

CNN political commentator Sally Kohn has a straightforward plan on how Hillary Clinton could still become president. The liberal commentator tweeted her five-step plan on Wednesday morning.

The first step is to impeach President Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence. Step two would entail a constitutional crisis. Step three would be a call for a special election.

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Senate Democrats unify around congressional probe of Trump ties to Russia

Senate Democratic leaders agreed Wednesday to a bipartisan probe inside Congress of allegations that people linked to President Donald Trump – including ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn – had frequent contacts with Russia during and after the 2016 presidential campaign.

Democrats agreed to push forward with an ongoing Intelligence Committee investigation into Russia’s purported activities into the election, expanding the probe to include contacts made by Flynn and perhaps other Trump campaign officials with the Kremlin. They united around this course of action despite pressure from some Democrats to demand an independent commission to pursue the matter from outside Congress.

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