Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Psychologist warns Trump’s mental state is rapidly deteriorating — and he may be ‘on the boundary of psychosis and reality’

Unredacted government exhibit showing alleged attempts by Manafort and Kilimnik to influence witness testimonies has been released. The witnesses, journalists Alan Friedman and Eckart Sager, produced the messages to the FBI.

CEO of Nonprofit Shelter That Called Police on Senator for Trying to Visit Detained Children Is Paid $770,860. This is the President and CEO of Southwest Key Programs (SKP) Dr. Juan Sánchez.

BREAKING: Comcast makes $35-a-share cash bid for Fox's entertainment business, setting up bidding war with Disney.

She says federal officials took her daughter while she breastfed the child in a detention center

After meeting with North Korean dictator, Trump calls press America's 'biggest enemy'

Rupert Murdoch protects his investment in the White House by trying to force Rudy Giuliani out. Rupert’s NYPost has 2 page spread of Rudy’s romance complete with surveillance pics. Rupert obviously thinks Rudy is bad for Trump.

Trump Appointee Compiles Loyalty List of U.S. Employees at U.N., State

A minimum-wage worker can’t afford a 2-bedroom apartment anywhere in the U.S.

BREAKING: Federal Reserve raises rates

#BREAKING: We just won a major victory against Scott Pruitt and the EPA, forcing the Trump administration to act to address smog pollution blowing into NY & CT from upwind states.

UPDATE: 38 senators now support our legislation to prevent children being taken from their parents at the border. We’re building momentum to end this horrific practice. Please ask your senators to support us!

JUST IN: Robert Mueller requests 75 blank subpoenas in Paul Manafort trial

BREAKING: Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen likely to cooperate with federal prosecutors in New York as his attorneys leave case, sources tell @ABC News.

Report: Trump ‘very worried’ about Mueller probe

Lawrence reacts to Donald Trump saying the murderous dictator of North Korea "loves his people." Nicholas Kristof says Trump is acting like a "spokesman" for North Korea by praising the country's dictator. John Heilemann and James Fallows break down what Trump failed to get at the summit.

Sanford facing bleak outlook even before Trump endorsed opponent

Rachel Maddow reports on primary results in several states, including a likely loss by South Carolina Congressman Mark Sanford

GOP Maine governor says he ‘probably’ won’t certify results of ranked-choice primary election

This slipped by barely noticed. Trump's lawyers from the Department of Justice are now arguing that he can profit from foreign officials staying at his Washington hotel, even when they openly state their goal is to curry favor with the White House.

Rudy Giuliani’s wife says he’s a cheating liar

Staffers tape together torn up Trump papers to meet records law

Annie Karni, White House reporter for Politico, talks with Rachel Maddow about her reporting on Donald Trump's habit of tearing up papers when he is finished with them, and the staffers who tape them back together in order to keep Trump in compliance with the Presidential Records Act.

Republican Rep. Steve King Promotes Well-Known Neo-Nazi On Twitter

After insulting allies, Trump has effusive praise for Kim Jong Un

Senator Chris Murphy points out the context of Donald Trump having just insulted America's closest allies before heaping praise and adoration on Kim Jong Un and making concessions without getting any hard commitments in return.

North Korea state media: Trump agreed to end sanctions.

Dems PICK-UP a state Senate district in Wisconsin! Democrat Caleb Frostman wins by 3% in #SD1, a district Trump had carried by 17%.

1985, 1992, 1994, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2016. And 2018. Those are all the years North Korea said they would not pursue nukes or would denuclearize. They lied. Trump fans are cheering he got a cat to meow again. And he abandoned a key ally to do it.

Trump military exercise giveaway to N. Korea suits Putin's goals

Among the consequences of Donald Trump's meeting with Kim Jong Un is that he agreed without apparent condition to end joint U.S./South Korean military exercises, a concession North Korea has sought for decades. Rachel Maddow points out that it's not just North Korea that was eager for this outcome.