Big reveal on Lynch-Clinton tarmac tango https://t.co/dMSjOQGWDY— WND News (@worldnetdaily) December 2, 2017
Saturday, December 2, 2017
“These new FBI documents show the FBI was more concerned about a whistleblower who told the truth about the infamous Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting than the scandalous meeting itself,” explained Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton after his group released the 29 pages obtained from the government
Baltimore Murders:— Fox News Research (@FoxNewsResearch) December 1, 2017
•Records its 319th killing of 2017
•Eclipses last year's homicide total
•Population: 614,000 (est) → 50+ murders per 100,000 residents (compared to 3 murders per 100,000 in NYC)https://t.co/24bk1bP3NU
Friday, December 1, 2017
The pressure to get the story first results in mistakes like this -this abc blunder even may have impacted the market where you have retirement funds https://t.co/5cHVbBeaQP— Greta Van Susteren (@greta) December 2, 2017
Maybe it's just something about having the name Brian? pic.twitter.com/owKbW3jWhv— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) December 2, 2017
Likely Susan Rice, who has a close friendship with Flynn. https://t.co/yfT5mzrqFI— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) December 2, 2017
California Governor Jerry Brown is expected to give a green light to a bill allowing HIV positive people to knowingly expose their blood to others.
California, ladies and gentlemen... https://t.co/GtuCJXMToY— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) December 1, 2017
Foxnews.com reports: State Sen. Scott Wiener, a San Francisco Democrat who introduced the bill, said the current law discriminates against people with HIV because people who expose others with different viruses get only a misdemeanor rather than a felony....
The bill – if passed – would also apply to people who donated semen or blood without disclosing they have HIV or AIDS.
All Republicans came out against the bill, claiming a reduction in penalties for exposing someone to HIV puts the public at risk.
“I’m of the mind that if you purposefully inflict another with a disease that alters their lifestyle the rest of their life, puts them on a regiment of medications to maintain any kind of normalcy, it should be a felony,” state Sen. Joel Anderson, of San Diego, said, the L.A. Times reported....
Justice Dept. has filed arrest warrant for Jose Garcia Zarate, the man acquitted of murder in Kate Steinle's 2015 San Francisco shooting
BREAKING: Justice Dept. has filed arrest warrant for Jose Garcia Zarate, the man acquitted of murder in Kate Steinle's 2015 San Francisco shooting— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) December 1, 2017
How many references to Kate Steinle EVER in the following twitter accounts?@SenWarren: ZERO@SenSanders: ZERO@NancyPelosi: ZERO@SenSchumer: ZERO@BarackObama: ZERO@SenJohnMcCain: ZERO@SenKamalaHarris: ZERO— thebradfordfile (@thebradfordfile) December 1, 2017
They 👆are the problem.#KateSteinle #KatesLaw #KatesWall
The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 (H.R. 38), is headed to the House floor for a vote soon. Contact your rep TODAY and urge them to vote for #HR38
UPDATE: The count of state attorneys general backing national reciprocity is now at 24 with the recent addition of Oklahoma's attorney general! https://t.co/HlZ6Yl3nrD #2A #GunSense pic.twitter.com/fD7Nh74wVy— NRA (@NRA) December 1, 2017
The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 (H.R. 38), is headed to the House floor for a vote soon. Contact your rep TODAY and urge them to vote for #HR38 #ConcealedCarry #2A https://t.co/qR9VGPUcOz pic.twitter.com/eWrc6pOKfg— NRA (@NRA) December 1, 2017
#HR38 is a common sense solution to the hodgepodge of #ConcealedCarryReciprocity agreements. It will affirm that law-abiding citizens who are qualified to carry concealed in 1 state can carry in other states that allow #ConcealedCarry. #2A @salisburypost: https://t.co/4TTMAhYX5w— Richard Hudson (@RepRichHudson) December 1, 2017
The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act passed through the markup process in the House Judiciary Committee by a 19-11 vote. It now awaits a vote from the full House, which could come in the next few weeks. #ConcealedCarry https://t.co/8r8U1fBivB— NRA (@NRA) December 1, 2017
Michael Flynn pleaded guilty Friday to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia, becoming the first Trump White House official to face criminal charges. https://t.co/nYSXcoL2YE— The Sacramento Bee (@sacbee_news) December 1, 2017
If Trump has no impact on the economy, then why did news about Michael Flynn cause markets to fall? That would seem to indicate that investors have faith in POTUS, and want him to stay in charge.— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) December 1, 2017
Did Flynn's Plea Deal Just Disprove Election Collusion https://t.co/x0V3rgBvNu— zerohedge (@zerohedge) December 1, 2017
Flynn's estimated prison sentence is 0 to 6 months and a $500 to $9,500 fine.— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) December 1, 2017
Ignore the headlines and read the legal documents.
This was a bullshit technicality they got General Flynn on. pic.twitter.com/0CPw1TUdoy
Rush Limbaugh Brilliantly Explains Why Flynn's Guilty Plea Shows Mueller Has NOTHING on Trump (AUDIO) https://t.co/W01tutNn1N— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) December 1, 2017
There is a world where we get a falling series of dominoes, the only charges being lying to the FBI...with no underlying crimes to lie about. Scooter Libby x 100. https://t.co/x4IslmK6FC— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) December 1, 2017
“Kushner is said to have instructed Flynn to contact all the foreign ambassadors and foreign ministers on the UNSC in effort to oppose the motion or delay the vote.”— 🇺🇸 Adam Baldwin 🇺🇸 (@AdamBaldwin) December 1, 2017
“All ambassadors” is not a direction to only meet with Kislyak for purposes of collusion https://t.co/Fv16EvlMrg
A member of Donald Trump’s inner circle — in the campaign and the White House has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his dealings with the Russian ambassador.— Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) December 1, 2017
That is a HUGE deal.
(3) So the FBI cleared Flynn of wrongdoing but charged him lying about what he did.— Thomas Wictor (@ThomasWictor) December 1, 2017
So now we learn that the Clinton-Lynch tarmac meeting report triggered an FBI hunt for the person who leaked the report of the meeting. Yet, the person who leaked classified info about Flynn to the WaPo has triggered no such investigation by FBI. Got it. https://t.co/SrK3FCJ65R— Nick Short 🇺🇸 (@PoliticalShort) December 1, 2017
Didn't the President already fire him for that? https://t.co/tICHRHn1lA— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) December 1, 2017
Thursday, November 30, 2017
Memo to GOP: Pass the Tax Bill https://t.co/KvA51K6r7V— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) December 1, 2017
There is a huge, behind the scenes fight in the Senate right now, with hundreds of billions at stake.— Steven Dennis (@StevenTDennis) December 1, 2017
*Ted CRUZ* leading the resistance to CORKER insistence on more taxes & challenged him on the floor.
#KateSteinle will leave an enduring legacy. The stunning depravity of her murderer’s acquittal will be a turning point in American history. The lines are drawn. #BuildTheWall
ILLEGAL ALIEN DEPORTED 8 TIMES SHOOTS WOMAN IN COLD BLOOD FOUND NOT GUILTY IN LAWLESS SAN FRAN PSYCHO... https://t.co/x6NUE6Mnqx— Michael Savage (@ASavageNation) December 1, 2017
.@benshapiro on the not guilty Kate Steinle verdict: "The basic notion that an illegal immigrant can commit crimes in this country, & then re-enter the country at will is why @POTUS won, & it's why @POTUS ought to push for the construction of that barrier..." pic.twitter.com/FeBZF8yNaj— Fox News (@FoxNews) December 1, 2017
What should bother every American about the vicious murder of Kate Steinle is that it was 100% preventable. Had our government carried out its most basic responsibility, which is to protect its citizens, Kate Steinle would still be alive today!— Nicholas J. Fuentes (@NickJFuentes) December 1, 2017
#KateSteinle needed representatives in her government that cared about her life and the sovereignty of our nation.— Ali 👑 (@ali) December 1, 2017
Not ones that pander for votes under the guise of caring for brown people.
Murderous political class.
Awful: Dan Bongino lays out MADDENING 'mockery of justice' timeline in Kate Steinle death https://t.co/gfxdmLluPT— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) December 1, 2017
Read through the tweets the Twitter editorial team selected for this. Little to do with #KateSteinle’s death or the case. Mostly about attacking the “right-wing.” I’m not exaggerating in the slightest. https://t.co/p2liTwppag— Ali 👑 (@ali) December 1, 2017
San Francisco endorsed murder today, this is a step too far. This is what "The Resistance" is about. True evil has been exposed today, the real goal of Democrats is now in our faces. #KateSteinle— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) December 1, 2017
One of the most shocking aspects of the not guilty verdict is that it comes despite the defendant admitting to shooting #KateSteinle at #SF's Pier 14 in an exclusive interview with @CornellBarnard: https://t.co/vW0Y3VnOxa #SteinleVerdict— ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) December 1, 2017
Steinle isn’t the only person California helped to kill with their sanctuary laws. Read about the travesty done to Jamiel Shaw Jr. https://t.co/AnryeYyxox— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 1, 2017
.@DLoesch on Kate Steinle not guilty verdict: "California has now declared itself to be a dangerous state. California has decided that it wants to make it virtually impossible for law-abiding Americans to be able to choose their pro-choice right of self-defense." pic.twitter.com/MbmJ6YPW6y— Fox News (@FoxNews) December 1, 2017
Dana lays this out perfectly. Share it far and wide. https://t.co/zWUTt9ao7e— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) December 1, 2017
Today is a day that I’ve been looking very much forward to ALL YEAR LONG. It is one that you have heard me speak about many times before.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 1, 2017
Now, as President of the United States, it is my tremendous honor to finally wish America and the world, a very MERRY CHRISTMAS! pic.twitter.com/cTvdlUkfHV
The Christmas Story begins 2,000 years ago with a mother, a father, their baby son and the most extraordinary gift of all—the gift of God’s love for all of humanity.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 1, 2017
Whatever our beliefs, we know that the birth of Jesus Christ and the story of his life... pic.twitter.com/P94C3LjWlx
President Trump lights the National Christmas Tree pic.twitter.com/dGVJV66uXq— Trey Yingst (@TreyYingst) November 30, 2017
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) has formally invited President Donald Trump to address a joint session of Congress so he may deliver his first State of the Union address as president.
Ryan's office tweeted out the letter sent a letter to Trump on Thursday inviting him to speak on Jan. 30, 2018.
...An invitation is required before the president may address Congress in the Capitol. The Constitution mandates the president "from time to time" update Congress; however, there is no mandate that such address must be done by a speech. Some past State of the Union updates have been delivered by written report. In recent decades, the president's State of the Union audience has expanded to include both the nation and Congress.
Although this will be Trump's first State of the Union address, it won't be his first address to a joint session of Congress. As is custom for recently sworn in presidents, Trump gave a speech on Feb. 28, but it wasn't technically considered a State of the Union address.
CFPB Collects Fines From Banks And Gives To Left-Wing Activist Groups, After 241 years, the United States experiences its first coup attempt
—>CFPB Collects Fines From Banks And Gives To Left-Wing Activist Groups https://t.co/zv9DeAEUYl— Jeff Dunetz (@yidwithlid) December 1, 2017
Holman Jenkins had an excellent editorial at the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday with a timely reminder of the several ways in which the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created by Dodd-Frank in 2010, is basically a rogue agency in the U.S. federal government.
The reminder is timely, of course, because of the attempt by the CFPB’s departing director, Richard Cordray, to outmaneuver the president and prevent him from gaining influence over the Bureau’s operations by installing the new chief.
...It’s worth reviewing the basis on which those fines are imposed. Here is Jenkins:
Recall that one of the new agency’s first priorities under Mr. Cordray was to go after auto dealers, though Dodd-Frank explicitly excluded them from the agency’s oversight.
Recall that he sought not to regulate their disclosures but to ban a practice that he and other activists decided they didn’t like, namely dealer-negotiated interest rates on car loans, though the agency had no authority to do so. …
Because he can’t regulate auto dealers, he targeted banks that finance auto dealers. Because auto dealers are forbidden from collecting racial data on borrowers, the upstream lenders can’t know the race of borrowers. Yet Mr. Cordray charged them with disparate impact based on so-called Bayesian Improved Surname Geocoding, which assigns borrowers to a racial category based on their names and zip codes, though the method is not designed for such purposes and known greatly to overestimate the number of African-Americans in the U.S. car-buying population.
Even this does not do justice to the disingenuousness of the agency’s method. Any person identified as having a black-sounding name who paid a higher rate than the average of people with white-sounding names was deemed to have been a victim of discrimination, never mind that many people with white-sounding names also paid a higher rate. …
By such means the agency fabricated—there is no other word—evidence of racial disparity in auto lending to shake money out of lenders, without effective court appeal, because the agency was able to hold necessary approvals the banks sought from other federal agencies hostage until the banks settled.
Here’s something you don’t hear every day — but an inspector general who was actually appointed by Barack Obama told Tucker Carlson of Fox News that there was “strategic coordination” taking place among the State Department, Campaign Team Hillary Clinton, certain key legal minds and politicos on Capitol Hill, regarding the behind-scenes talk of The Emails. Yes, those emails — the ones that were marked classified and top secret and that were found on Clinton’s private and unsecured email system. Thud. That’s the sound of Democrats’ jaws dropping. From the mouth of former Inspector General Charles McCullough III, as reported by Mediaite...
what he told Carlson on Fox was a “deliberate effort” to mislead the public about Clinton’s emails. And who was driving that effort?
In McCullough’s view — the Obama administration and Team Clinton.
Trump cheers new Dow Jones high: 'Confidence and enthusiasm abound' https://t.co/uQlWC8h3Ur— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) November 30, 2017
The Dow Jones hit 24,000 today. Up over 20% since Trump was inaugurated. pic.twitter.com/JOTWbZI5sr— BBC Radio Savile (@SavileTax) November 30, 2017
Dow Jones: "U.S. GDP growth revised up to 3.3% rate in third quarter" https://t.co/cM1UidL4OW— The White House (@WhiteHouse) November 29, 2017
Satellites Show No Acceleration In 'Global Warming' For 23 Years... https://t.co/8QyJHwaszP— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) November 30, 2017
The study is sure to be contentious. Christy has argued for years that climate models exaggerate global warming in the bulk atmosphere, which satellites have monitored since the late 1970s.
Christy, a noted skeptic of catastrophic man-made global warming, said his results reinforce his claim that climate models predict too much warming in the troposphere, the lowest five miles of the atmosphere. Models are too sensitive to increases in carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere, he said.
Can't make this stuff up. https://t.co/A58gFXU18H— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) December 1, 2017
Tax relief is near. Let the Senate know you’re ready for lower taxes and more jobs. Sign the petition
Tax relief is near. Let the Senate know you’re ready for lower taxes and more jobs. Sign the petition today.https://t.co/sJ0LLF4SV7— GOP (@GOP) November 30, 2017
CANCEL YOUR CHRISTMAS PLANS! GOP leaders announced in whip meeting 2day the double CR strategy. 1st CR will go to DEC 22 to try to get a deal w/Dems. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!— Rachael Bade (@rachaelmbade) November 30, 2017
What They are Saying: Praise for President Trump's Tax Reform Speech in Missouri https://t.co/niOoUiscQo— The White House (@WhiteHouse) November 30, 2017
McConnell: Tax Bill 'Headed Toward the Finish Line Either Late Tonight or Early Tomorrow' https://t.co/nEfAvoXp8S— CNSNews.com (@cnsnews) November 30, 2017
John McCain will vote yes on 'far from perfect' GOP tax bill. https://t.co/eMtYZvuT3T— Byron York (@ByronYork) November 30, 2017
It's looking like we are going to pass a tax reform bill out of the Senate. While details are still being worked out, I am working to make sure that this plan puts more money in the pockets of American families. #TaxReform pic.twitter.com/xLnqltdxjl— Mike Lee (@SenMikeLee) November 30, 2017
Pelosi's comments on John Conyers "set women back ... decades" UPDATED: Pelosi says “Congressman Conyers should resign.” Calls the allegations against him “credible” and “disappointing.”
RUH-ROH! Rep. Blackburn vows to blow lid off Congress' harassment 'hush fund' & name names https://t.co/0aGg0bRyZ0— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 30, 2017
JUST IN: @NancyPelosi says at weekly news conference, “Congressman Conyers should resign.” Calls the allegations against him “credible” and “disappointing.”— Ed O'Keefe (@edatpost) November 30, 2017
On Sunday, Pelosi called Conyers an "icon" and said she didn't know any of the accusers.— Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) November 30, 2017
Today, she calls on him to resign.
So, that happened
The behind-the-scenes stage of the pressure campaign against Conyers is over. https://t.co/sZIOa72Em0— Steven Shepard (@POLITICO_Steve) November 30, 2017
How should fair-minded Americans think about the constant allegations of bad behavior by powerful men? A special report on The No Spin News tonight. Please check it out on https://t.co/rryWmyXe7C— Bill O'Reilly (@BillOReilly) November 30, 2017
Accuser: Conyers's Judiciary Committee Position Allowed Him to Cover Up Harassment https://t.co/dHMByum7U4— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 30, 2017
Something is very wrong when 1% of people pay 48% of taxes and 49% of the people pay nothing or get a rebate for, doing Nothing.
Something is very wrong when 1% of people pay 48% of taxes and 49% of the people pay nothing or get a rebate for, doing Nothing.— Chuck Woolery (@chuckwoolery) November 29, 2017
President Trump: "We're going to eliminate tax loopholes taken advantage of by the wealthy. I think my accountants are going crazy right now... but it's alright. I'm president. I don't care anymore." 🤣 pic.twitter.com/D99AAJdHZG— Alex 🇺🇸 (@SoCal4Trump) November 30, 2017
"Now comes the moment of truth,” Trump will say during a speech in Missouri at 3:30p ET today, referring to this week's vote on tax bill.— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) November 29, 2017
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
"Funny to hear the Democrats talking about the National Debt when President Obama doubled it in only 8 years!"
Funny to hear the Democrats talking about the National Debt when President Obama doubled it in only 8 years!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 30, 2017
BREAKING: Trump Admin Halts Taxpayer-Funded Purchases of Iranian Nuke Materials - Ends Obama-era scheme to buy Iranian heavy water, give access to US funds https://t.co/DAHLHVw05d pic.twitter.com/Hljr8oRu3E— Adam Kredo (@Kredo0) November 29, 2017
The New York Times’ agenda wasn’t to generate sympathy for the Nazi, it was to inject into the public discourse the notion that the average American was, and could actually be, a literal Nazi. Without you knowing. It was a story meant to change, in the most horrific of ways, how Americans think about their neighbors. It was meant to sow paranoia and division.
"Our becoming a better country has ruined many political agendas, but it’s dangerous when some attempt to artificially recreate what we have worked so hard to banish." writes @HeyTammyBruce #WashTimesOpEd https://t.co/SKQzLr4iMA— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) November 30, 2017
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley called for drastic sanctions against North Korea, and said that President Trump had asked the Chinese President to cut off all trade with the “hermit kingdom.”
Nikki Haley calls for drastic international sanctions against North Korea after ICBM test https://t.co/6YBKSH67v8— TheBlaze (@theblaze) November 30, 2017
BREAKING: Garrison Keillor says he's been fired by Minnesota Public Radio over allegations of inappropriate behavior
Tuesday, 8:08 p.m. "Al Franken should not resign," by Garrison Keillor. https://t.co/zE3QMdIrXL— Ryan Teague Beckwith (@ryanbeckwith) November 29, 2017
16 hours later...https://t.co/0svslaZgI9
BREAKING: Garrison Keillor says he's been fired by Minnesota Public Radio over allegations of inappropriate behavior.— The Associated Press (@AP) November 29, 2017
Now I want to hear from women who worked with Garrison Keillor. https://t.co/PJzdZTnhMA— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) November 29, 2017
Lake Ibegone— Neal Boortz (@Talkmaster) November 29, 2017
Lake Wobegon: Where the women are strong. The men are. Oh, I don't know. I quit. Him, too? #HimToo https://t.co/dR6HPpq7N1— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) November 29, 2017
According to multiple accounts, Matt Lauer would invite women employed by NBC late at night to his hotel room while covering the Olympics in various cities over the years https://t.co/O109CDucrJ pic.twitter.com/EsV7OJDyzt— Variety (@Variety) November 29, 2017
The News About Matt Lauer Gets Even Uglier https://t.co/yxpVOSEilO— RedState (@RedState) November 30, 2017
"He couldn't sleep around town with celebrities or on the road with random people ... so he'd have to do it within his stable, where he exerted power, and he knew people wouldn't ever complain," a former NBC producer says of Matt Lauer https://t.co/O109CDucrJ pic.twitter.com/k8CHevSoH3— Variety (@Variety) November 29, 2017
Matt Lauer would quiz female producers about their sex lives and play "f---, marry, or kill," identifying the co-hosts that he'd most like to sleep with https://t.co/O109CDucrJ— Variety (@Variety) November 29, 2017
NBC host Megyn Kelly says she had heard rumors about Matt Lauer https://t.co/BkRw2gKlIe— Variety (@Variety) November 29, 2017
Congresswoman Walks Out of Dem Conference Meeting, Says Sexual Harassment Isn't Being Addressed https://t.co/4lzZU6DeLv— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 29, 2017
Now Watch the Ultimate Hypocrite Matt Lauer Grill Bill O'Reilly On Sexual Harassment: https://t.co/G8eChFWxmo— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) November 30, 2017
With Matt Lauer out, Megyn Kelly is now the highest-paid NBC news anchor https://t.co/sPIPKcsfej— TIME (@TIME) November 30, 2017
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
When you get the gov out of the way & let small biz grow then people have the opportunity to achieve the American dream. You should decide how you want to spend your $$. That's what works. This is all about cutting taxes for the future of this country.
#CNNDebateNight #TaxReform: When you get the gov out of the way & let small biz grow then people have the opportunity to achieve the American dream. You should decide how you want to spend your $$. That's what works. This is all about cutting taxes for the future of this country. pic.twitter.com/yI2KT6Nl3t— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) November 29, 2017
In California - the crown jewel of blue states - only 30% of current 9th graders will graduate college. The national average is 90%.
Wow: In California - the crown jewel of blue states - only 30% of current 9th graders will graduate college. The national average is 90%. https://t.co/OrS8ucqfUT— Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) November 28, 2017
"Despite all the talk about the fear that broadband providers could decide what Internet content consumers can see.....These [social media companies] routinely block or discriminate against content they don’t like."#NetNeutrality https://t.co/xHCvqcn9ch— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) November 28, 2017
AP: FCC Chairman Ajit Pai says in speech that Twitter has "double standard" in suspending, de-verifying conservatives accounts— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) November 28, 2017
Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all finished the day at new RECORD HIGHS! pic.twitter.com/wJyB9d00hh— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 28, 2017
WHERE'S THE DOJ? First @RepJohnConyers, now @RepGrijalvaCS ripping off the American taxpayer to cover their personal sins. The rest of us would go to jail for misappropriation of funds. https://t.co/0iQPtmhe3J— Roger Simon (@rogerlsimon) November 29, 2017
Former Dem Senator: Women Who Accused Conyers of Sexual Misconduct ‘Will Be Proven Right’ https://t.co/h9PNsH5qyb— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) November 28, 2017
Conyers Was Too Dangerous to Ride the Elevator With but Not Dangerous Enough to Report https://t.co/2mORyC8sRx— RedState (@RedState) November 28, 2017
In the CFPB fight, the Trump administration is right on the law. The leftist bureaucrats attempting a lawless coup should not only lose, they should be fired.https://t.co/gCQjqk85fB— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) November 28, 2017
Oh wow. A reliable CFPB insider just informed me that there's also a close personal "relationship" angle to Cordray appointing English. [Apparently the inner office circle is also a regular Payton's Place ] pic.twitter.com/SoMhEP7T1A— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) November 28, 2017
Trump on N. Korea missile launch: US will "take care of it... it is a situation that we will handle."
Sitting between empty seats marked for Schumer and Pelosi, Pres thinks North Korean missile launch should have "a huge effect" on Schumer & Pelosi. Says they should be calling immediately to see him, but probably won't. pic.twitter.com/4Iekgl4LuE— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) November 28, 2017
Trump on N. Korea missile launch: US will "take care of it... it is a situation that we will handle." https://t.co/e2bGFng7Cw— Boston Herald (@bostonherald) November 28, 2017
Mattis says NK missile launch "endangers world peace, regional peace and the US."— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) November 28, 2017
Pres Trump says "we will take care of that situation. We take it very seriously." pic.twitter.com/xa6TW9kNo0
"The data suggest the North might have tested an intercontinental ballistic missile..It was apparently fired at a lofted angle. If done at a standard one, it could have gone over 10,000 km..That would put Hawaii, headquarters of U.S. Pacific forces, in range at 7,575 km." https://t.co/xTPwdVtqOv— Gayle Tzemach Lemmon (@gaylelemmon) November 28, 2017
North Korea abruptly ended a 10-week pause in its weapons testing Tuesday by launching what the Pentagon believes was an intercontinental ballistic missile. https://t.co/RJmOeff6ur— The Sacramento Bee (@sacbee_news) November 28, 2017
Re-upping this explainer pod on NK. https://t.co/YT3llo8lOK— Matt Lewis (@mattklewis) November 28, 2017
Pres Trump calls his lunch meeting with Senate Republicans "phenomenal." Calls it "something of a love-fest." Says GOP Senators want to see tax cut bill enacted.
The Senate budget committee vote to send the tax bill to the full chamber, and key Republicans are showing signs of supporting it https://t.co/ru0yKfB1U9— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) November 28, 2017
Today, President Donald J. Trump meets with U.S. Senators Lamar Alexander, R-TN; Senator Susan Collins, R-ME, and Senator Lindsay Graham, R-SC, during a meeting at the U.S. Capitol. #USA— Dan Scavino Jr. (@Scavino45) November 28, 2017
Pres Trump calls his lunch meeting with Senate Republicans "phenomenal." Calls it "something of a love-fest." Says GOP Senators want to see tax cut bill enacted. Wishes press could have covered the lunch to see and hear what was said. pic.twitter.com/ZZOr3I07hY— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) November 28, 2017
.@SpeakerRyan: "I think it's regrettable that our Democrat colleagues and leadership chose not to join us today. For a bill to become a law, Congress has to pass a bill, and @POTUS signs the bill." pic.twitter.com/gTgaWaCaLD— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 28, 2017
President Trump on Schumer & Pelosi: "They've been all talk. They've been no action. And now it's even worse. Now, it's not even talk." pic.twitter.com/rmDQ56UiRw— CSPAN (@cspan) November 28, 2017
Offput by this tweet, Scfhumer and Pelosi say they're better served to deal with GOP counterparts than with Pres Trump. "We don't have any time to waste," they say in joint statement. They ask to meet today with McConnell & Ryan https://t.co/eIhrjdTu33— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) November 28, 2017
President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell still need to secure the requisite 50 votes to pass tax reform, with at least six Republican senators expressing concerns about the bill in its current form. They can only lose two. https://t.co/l93p2eyLNw— Roll Call (@rollcall) November 28, 2017
Trump on possible government shutdown: "If something happens, I would absolutely blame the Democrats." pic.twitter.com/4d5GDktUKQ— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 28, 2017