“Trump dangles Obamacare payments to force Dems to the table”


POLITICO

Cutting off a key subsidy program could send Obamacare’s insurance markets into a tailspin.

“Trump’s growing corruption: The president’s business conflicts and nepotism become even more flagrant”


SALON

Republicans are ignoring the shameless self-dealing and graft of the Trump administration. They must pay a price

“Waters’ O’Reilly response: ‘I’m a strong black woman and I cannot be intimidated’


POLITICO

REP. MAXINE WATERS (D-CA)

“Trump Is Done Negotiating On Health Care, Demands Vote On Friday”


HUFFINGTON POST

“Trump, GOP struggle to find healthcare votes”


THE HILL

House Republican leaders on Tuesday struggled to pick up votes for their ObamaCare repeal-and-replace bill, even after President Trump visited Capitol Hill to sell the plan.

“Rural voters lose in Trump’s budget plan”


POLITICO

“The rural voters who turned out in droves to elect President Donald Trump would be some of the biggest losers under the new White House budget.

The spending blueprint calls for a deeper cut to the Agriculture Department — 21 percent — than to just about any other agency. Trump would slash programs that invest in rural infrastructure, target rural public radio and demolish food-aid programs that farmers rely on to buy their products.”  MORE

“Top Member Of House Intel Committee Questions Trump’s Mental State On National TV”


POLITICUS USA

During an interview on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) questioned the mental state of President Donald Trump.

“Our tantrum president: Donald Trump needs to watch “Inside Out” ASAP”


SALON

Maybe the Pixar film about an 11-year-old can help Trump manage his emotions. Or maybe we’re all doomed

CARTOON


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“Will the Women’s March be another Occupy, or a Democratic tea party?”


POLITICO

Organizers and participants want it to be a movement that can do what Trump did in his presidential campaign—only in reverse.

Organizers and participants want it to be a movement that can do what Trump did in his presidential campaign—only in reverse.