Monthly Archives: January, 2020

Senate impeachment trial moves into questioning: Here’s how it works

The question phase of the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump kicks off at 1 p.m. ET Wednesday with senators getting their first chance to weigh in formally on the six days of opening arguments they’ve sat silently through.

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Hillary Clinton ‘intimidated’ by Tulsi Gabbard’s $50M lawsuit, won’t accept legal documents, lawyer claims: report

Hillary Clinton or her representatives have, on at least two occasions, declined to accept legal papers delivered in connection with Tulsi Gabbard’s lawsuit against her, Gabbard’s attorney claims.

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Ex-Trump aide Carter Page files suit against DNC over dossier: ‘This is only the first salvo’

Thursday former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Democratic National Committee, law firm Perkins Coie and its partners tied to the funding of the unverified dossier that served as the basis for highly controversial surveillance warrants against him.

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DOJ relents, says it would accept probation for Michael Flynn as he moves to withdraw guilty plea

Wednesday the DOJ backed down from seeking jail time and made clear that prosecutors would accept mere probation in the case of former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn — a shift that comes as Flynn moves to withdraw his guilty plea leveraging accusations of government misconduct.

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Giuliani blasts John Bolton as a ‘backstabber,’ says he never objected to his Ukraine probe

Wednesday President Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani unloaded on former National Security Adviser John Bolton, calling him a “backstabber” and expressing doubt about his claims about the president and Ukraine.

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Sean Hannity invites Bolton to speak out on his show: ‘You have something to say, John? Come here’

Tuesday Sean Hannity publicly invited former National Security Adviser John Bolton to join his show during his opening monologue as Democrats hope to subpoena him as a witness in President Trump’s ongoing impeachment trial.

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Plane carrying US evacuees from China amid coronavirus outbreak diverted to California air base

The plane carrying about 201 U.S. citizens evacuated from Wuhan, China – the epicenter of the deadly coronavirus – landed in the U.S. on Tuesday night to refuel in Alaska before it took off for California. The plane is en route to California’s March Air Reserve Base “for the logistics that they have,” an official said.

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DOJ disputes report on Bolton conversation with Barr about foreign leaders

In a statement Monday, the DOJ said  that a report based on John Bolton’s new book about a conversation the former national security adviser had last year with Attorney General William Barr about President Trump’s relationship with foreign leaders “grossly” mischaracterized the exchange.

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Sanders supporters fume as Clinton allies named to key Dem convention committees

Supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders‘ White House bid and some Democratic National Committee members are frustrated with some initial appointments made by DNC Chairman Tom Perez to the crucial committees that will oversee the rules and party platform at this summer’s presidential nominating convention in Milwaukee, Wis.

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AOC throws a fit over Trump plan to stop allowing illegals entering US to obtain public assistance

AOC slammed President Donald Trump’s plan to deny green cards to immigrants who even occasionally use public benefits after the Supreme Court voted Monday to alllow it.

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