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5 Things You Need to Know About Trump’s Russia Problem

5 Things You Need to Know About Trump’s Russia Problem
The rumblings over President Trump‘s dealings with Russia have grown into a clamor since his national security adviser Michael Flynn abruptly resigned this week amid concerns about his communications with Russian officials.

So just how big is Trump’s Russia problem?

To help put it into perspective, veteran journalist Dan Rather says it could be an even bigger political crisis than President Nixon’s Watergate.

Watergate is the biggest political scandal of my lifetime, until maybe now,” former CBS news anchor Dan Rather said in a Facebook post on Tuesday. “It was the closest we came to a debilitating Constitutional crisis,
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Orlando Shooter Checked If He Was Trending on Facebook During Attack

Orlando Shooter Checked If He Was Trending on Facebook During Attack
Omar Mateen reportedly checked Facebook to see if the Orlando mass shooting was trending before he was killed by police on Sunday. According to a letter from Sen. Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, Mateen searched for the terms “Pulse Orlando” and “Shooting” while the attack was still going on. In addition, he reportedly posted messages on his Facebook page while he was carrying out the deadliest mass shooting in American history. Also Read: Orlando Shooting: Did Self-Hatred Drive Omar Mateen? “The real muslims will never accept the filthy ways of the west,” Mateen wrote on one
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‘Crossfire’s Back!

  • Deadline TV
Just when you thought that what CNN‘s Missing Malaysian Airliner story really needed to liven things up was a fluid ounce of weed killer scientifically administered to some of the talking heads, the network abruptly brought back Crossfire this evening, as if to signal to the country that its long cable-news nightmare was over. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-wi, and Rep. Karen Bass, D-ca, joined co-hosts Newt Gingrich and Van Jones, who beamed at the camera as if their producer had brought them good news from a distant land. Crossfire had been off the air since March 11, when CNN latched on to the story of the passenger plane that mysteriously vanished somewhere en route to Beijing, and hung on for dear life as ratings soared — well, compared to CNN’s earlier ratings anyway. And, though there had been some speculation CNN chief Jeff Zucker would use the missing plane saga
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Hillary Clinton On Sunday News Shows: “Not My Favorite Thing To Do”

As members of Congress today grilled Hillary Clinton about the death of Americans in Benghazi, Libya, Republican Rep. Joe Wilson asked why U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice appeared on Sunday news shows to face the music immediately following the attack instead of the Secretary of State. “I have to confess, here in public, going on the Sunday shows is not my favorite thing to do,” she replied. “There are other things I’d prefer to do on Sunday mornings. And, you know, I haven’t been on a Sunday show in way over a year. It just isn’t something that I normally jump to do. And I did feel strongly that we had a lot that we had to manage, that I had to respond to, and that that should be my priority.” Clinton testified to Senate and House committees today about the attack by armed militants that killed U.
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Hillary Clinton's 3 most dramatic Benghazi attack hearing moments

  • Pop2it
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, her heath issues behind her, appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to give testimony regarding the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi that left four Americans dead, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.

She accepted responsibility for the deaths, and got into a few fiery sparring matches with Gop senators. The New York Daily News has the full transcript of Mrs. Clinton's testimony, but if you don't have time for a long read, save it for the weekend and watch the three most dramatic moments people are talking about now.

1) Hillary goes kinda aggro on Sen. Ron Johnson (it gets super fiery around 1:30)

2) Hillary gets choked up describing the caskets of the four dead

 

3) Sen. Rand Paul tells Hillary he would have fired her (awkward ...)

 
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Neil Cavuto Grills Gop Senator: ‘What Happened? You Lost An Election, It Seems Like You Lost Your Backbone’

On Tuesday, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-wi) joined Fox News Channel host Neil Cavuto to discuss Johnson's proposal to cut federal agencies budgets in order to streamline their operations. Cavuto appeared to deviate from the original topic of the interview when the conversation moved on to how the Gop worked with Democrats and the president in order to avoid going over the fiscal cliff.
See full article at Mediaite - TV »

Romney Surrogate To Chris Wallace: Mourdock’s Rape Comment ‘Not An Issue’

While discussing on Fox News Sunday the extent to which Gop Senate candidate Richard Mourdock's controversial rape comments will affect presidential challenger Mitt Romney's electoral chances, Romney surrogate and current Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson dismissed the issue altogether, saying that voters mostly care about the administration's handling of the September 11th attacks on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
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