Monday, May 7, 2018

Gotcha — Kellyanne Conway

Statement from Eric T. Schneiderman: "In the privacy of intimate relationships, I have engaged in role-playing and other consensual sexual activity. I have not assaulted anyone. I have never engaged in non-consensual sex, which is a line I would not cross."

Eric Schneiderman resigns amid sexual assault claims

BREAKING: New York AG Eric Schneiderman resigns

In a phone interview Monday, Giuliani pushed back against the notion that the president is unhappy with his performance. “If I’m not up to it, I don’t know who is”

29 miners died. Their boss went to prison. Now he's running for Senate and telling voters Obama framed him.

Melania launches bizarre "Be Best"

"I don't know how you separate fact from opinion." Rudy Giuliani

Operatives from the Israeli intelligence firm Black Cube used false identities to track & dig up dirt—even sexual blackmail material—on Obama officials behind the Iran deal. Pages of docs & sources close to the effort show how,

Gina Haspels Nomination Is a Referendum on Torture

Gina Haspels Nomination Is a Referendum on Torture

Oliver North and the NRA are a match made in heaven

Disgraced Iran-Contra figure Oliver North to become NRA president because of course

Trump made high drug prices his issue. Democrats think they can take it back.

Trump is sending a plan to Congress that calls for stripping back more than $15,000,000,000 in previously approved spending, WaPo reports. Almost half of the proposed cuts would come from two accounts within the Children’s Health Insurance Program.

Report: Hatch calls McCain request that Trump not attend his funeral 'ridiculous'

Trump breaks weekend Twitter silence with more witch hunt ravings

Boris Johnson to appear on Donald Trump's favourite TV show in bid to persuade president to back Iran deal

Ex-Kentucky judge sentenced to 20 years in prison for human trafficking

Teachers Press DeVos; Questions About Koch Brothers' Gifts To Universities

Perspective: Why MAGA is making America weak

Hundreds of Southern Baptist women denounce leader’s ‘objectifying’ comments, advice to abused women

Ex-coal boss and ex-convict is GOP wild card in W. VA

‘Send in the G Men’: Devin Nunes calls for John Kerry to be arrested by the FBI

The Damage of Trumps Low Bar Presidency Is Worse Than You Think

High Stakes for GOP in Vicious Primaries Being Decided on Tuesday

Iran says it will fiercely resist U.S. pressure to limit its influence

What Europe’s Tough New Data Law Means for You, and the Internet

Stunning Developments on Trump/Private Black Ops Oppo Targeting Obama Staffers

While President Trump can't be charged with lying to the American people, his false statements about hush money payments can be used as evidence that the President knew he was violating campaign finance laws. False statements are often powerful proof of a consciousness of guilt

@tedlieu says that if @realDonaldTrump pleads the Fifth Amendment, “the overwhelming majority of Americans would conclude that he is lying.”

"Trump... seems to be claiming that a $35,000 retainer he paid to Cohen on a monthly basis should be considered reimbursement. But a retainer isn’t reimbursement. A retainer is a fee for services. And a fee paid to a lawyer isn’t normally reimbursement."

Hostile foreign intelligence operations on U.S. soil.

Giuliani: I'm 'focused on the law more than the facts right now

Nikki Haley breaks with Trump, calls for Mueller to be allowed to finish his probe

Rudy Giuliani: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

Rudy Giuliani is new to Trump’s legal team, but not to public controversy. John Oliver examines his turbulent record as a lawyer, a politician, and an enemy to ferrets.