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Instead of looking to President Donald Trump for assistance with Chicago’s never-ending gun violence, Cook County commissioner Richard Boykin, a Democrat, has reportedly expressed interest in teaming up with the United Nations.
Again, why would Boykin or any other political leader in Chicago be interested in teaming up with this anti-democratic organization when they already have a president ready and willing to help?
Michael Horowitz, the inspector general, told Democrats that his office was not consulted "in order to determine whether releasing the text messages met applicable ethical and legal standards before providing them to Congress," The Washington Examiner reports.
On Monday “fake news” CNN correspondent Jim Acosta whined to White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders about her otherwise fair and justified criticism of the endless fake news peddled by the “fake news” media.
According to Fox, he moaned that when so-called journalists make “honest mistakes,” they shouldn’t be accused of “fake news.”
Here’s the upshot: Three days later, this same simpleminded “fake news” correspondent shared patently fake news to his own Twitter page.
“Speaking on behalf of the vast majority of the American people, Republicans in Congress be forewarned:any attempt to remove Bob Mueller will not be tolerated,” Holder tweeted Thursday.
If you want to get to the bottom of a scandal, send in Trey Gowdy.
The fiery congressman from South Carolina has a well-earned reputation as somebody who can cut through the bull — well, the manure — and get right to the core of a problem.
Defamation allegations against longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone were cleared Friday.
A jury in Manhattan Supreme Court agreed that the content of mailers that had been sent out about the Libertarian candidate, Warren Redlich, were defamatory, but did not find evidence to suggest that Stone had been involved, reports The Washington Examiner.