Here is the entire chain of messages with @wikileaks (with my whopping 3 responses) which one of the congressional committees has chosen to selectively leak. How ironic! 1/3 pic.twitter.com/SiwTqWtykA— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) November 14, 2017
Monday, November 13, 2017
‘Mr. Pruitt is welcome to officially fire me’ – as EPA carries out controversial policy, one scientist balks
We've now updated the story with @ByronTau's great catch: @realDonaldTrump tweeted about the release of Podesta's emails *15 minutes*
White House officials discuss having Alabama governor replace Roy Moore with Sessions: report https://t.co/pOl8cgAmb0 pic.twitter.com/hgSqr6ujeQ— The Hill (@thehill) November 13, 2017
The Trump🇷🇺WH sees an opening to rid itself of Lyin' Jeff Sessions, clearing the path for a new, non-recused AG who could fire Mueller‼️#TrumpRussia https://t.co/HygDo7AuPH— Dr. Dena Grayson (@DrDenaGrayson) November 13, 2017
Donald Trump Jr. made senior Trump campaign staff, including Kushner and Bannon, aware that he was in touch with WikiLeaks
One of Trump’s most controversial judicial nominees did not disclose that he's married to a senior White House lawyer who is a witness in the Mueller investigation
George Papadopoulos told Stephen Miller he'd received "interesting messages" from Russia — one day after learning that the Russians had "dirt" on Hillary Clinton
SCOOP: Turns out Donald Trump, Jr. corresponded with Wikileaks during the 2016 presidential campaign.
A Trump Judicial Nominee Appears To Have Written About Politics On A Sports Website And Didn't Disclose It
Moore accuser Beverly Young-Nelson: "My husband and I supported Donald Trump for president. This has nothing whatsoever to do with the Republicans or the Democrats. It has everything to do with Mr. Moore's sexual assault when I was a teenager."
Moore accuser Beverly Young-Nelson: "My husband and I supported Donald Trump for president. This has nothing whatsoever to do with the Republicans or the Democrats. It has everything to do with Mr. Moore's sexual assault when I was a teenager." (via CBS) pic.twitter.com/jyICrAQ6Tx— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) November 13, 2017
JUST IN: Attorney Gloria Allred to hold press conference today in New York with new accuser of former Alabama Judge Roy Moore
JUST IN: Attorney Gloria Allred to hold press conference today in New York with new accuser of former Alabama Judge Roy Moore— Jesse Rodriguez (@JesseRodriguez) November 13, 2017
Donald Trump made 11 false claims in his q-and-a with reporters on Air Force One, 23 in all last week, 858 for his term so far, now 2.9 per day
Brett J. Talley was asked to name family members who might be a conflict of interest. He did not mention that his wife is the White House counsel’s chief of staff.
New estimates: Senate Republican tax plan would *raise* taxes on or leave out 73 million households earning less than $200K, according to nonpartisan official estimators JCT.
WATCH: “Our leaders have impact on attitudes…It’s beneath the office.” @JoeBiden responds to Trump's North Korea tweets
This would hurt most seniors and disabled Americans who require Home health caregivers or are in an assisted living facility. The @GOP is willing to make our elderly or disabled parents & others suffer in order to give their rich cronies a tax break. https://t.co/BDyWcO8Tad— Mags Resists (@mindyanns) November 13, 2017
After trusting that Trump would have their backs, many agricultural advocates now feel a sense of betrayal
Trump praises reception he received during Asia trip: "Red carpet like I think probably nobody has ever received"
Nearly 6 weeks after Hurricane Maria, thousands in Puerto Rico still don’t have running water, have nowhere to bathe or wash clothes. Now, it’s making people sick
Ex-DNI James Clapper: “The Russians do not harbor good intentions toward the United States, and there should’t be any illusions or any ambiguity about that. And our President fosters that ambiguity.”
Clapper’s statement is as clear as it is incendiary: Trump is damaging US national security, and is basically Putin’s tool. https://t.co/1fURSyCif5— Eric Garland (@ericgarland) November 12, 2017
Ex-DNI James Clapper: “The Russians do not harbor good intentions toward the United States, and there should’t be any illusions or any ambiguity about that. And our President fosters that ambiguity.” https://t.co/wSW1cmeweh— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) November 12, 2017
Intel officers, even Republicans who like Trump's approach to terrorism, are mortified by his stance toward Russia.
Great to see a robust discussion in Canada on how to use the Magnitsky Act to sanction bad guys everywhere
Brad Parscale, the man who ran the Trump campaign’s digital operation, claims he didn’t realize he was retweeting Russian bots during the 2016 election.
Russian Prosecutor Chaika goes on weird anti Semitic tirade calling me Yasha Browder in 9 minute prime time TV show
At least five companies said over the weekend that they will no longer advertise their products during Fox News' "Hannity" television show.
Conservatives are posting videos of themselves smashing their Keurigs to smithereens amid Hannity controversy
From a 1981 State Department Report on Soviet Disinformation and Active Measures. Section on "collusion" as a standard piece of the repertoire.
1. Smartest thing Trump did (was told to do) was to pick Pence, an operative for Kochs, who have spent decades engineering a takeover of all branches of the government, by building a vast donor network of mega-rich (Adelsons, Mercers, DeVos).— Adam Khan (@Khanoisseur) November 12, 2017
Pence is Trump's insurance policy. https://t.co/lJqECe0bGo
General counsel for Steven Cohen–who was fined record $1.8 billion for biggest insider trading scandal in history–picked Trump DoJ staff!