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“The White House is privately admitting that Trump will not be going to Alabama to campaign with alleged pedophile Roy Moore.
The AP reported, “White House official says President Donald Trump will not campaign for Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore before the Dec. 12 special election…The official says Trump will not travel to Alabama on Moore’s behalf, despite his public statements doubting the women accusing Moore of sexual assault. The president held the door open to campaigning for Moore last week, when he all but endorsed Moore’s candidacy and attacked his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones.” MORE
“At a White House ceremony honoring Navajo tribe members who used their native language to help the United States during World War II, President Donald Trump couldn’t resist taking a potshot at Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
“You were here long before any of us were here,” Trump said, as the wizened veterans stood before him. “Although we have a representative in Congress who they say was here a long time ago. They call her Pocahontas.”
The men seemed not to get Trump’s reference to allegations from Republicans that Warren had claimed to be of Native American descent to qualify for affirmative action policies. His quip did not elicit a response, according to footage of the event.”
“The United States should send arms to Ukraine to help in its “self-defense” against Russian aggression. It should hold Russia accountable for its illegal “occupation” of territory there, and push for international peacekeepers. Russian President Vladimir Putin bears the blame for this conflict in Europe, and he will be the “decision-maker” on whether to end it too.
At least, that’s according to Ambassador Kurt Volker, the Trump administration’s special envoy charged with ending the war in Ukraine. If this sounds like a perfectly reasonable American policy toward Russia, that’s because it is, and more or less one that either party would pursue. But of course, there’s just one big problem with this: It almost certainly does not fully reflect what the president of the United States actually thinks.” MORE
Connor Sheets of The Birmingham News, who shared the footage on Twitter, later identified the man shoving the photojournalist as Tony Goolesby, DeKalb County coordinator for the campaign and the organizer of the evening’s event in Henagar, in the northeastern corner of the state.
The footage shows Goolesby grabbing the camera by the lens.” MORE
A Fox News producer later wrote on Twitter that the cameraman was part of a crew from the network.