“7 wild details from the new book on Trump’s White House”


“The White House on Wednesday was rocked by revelations about internal chaos — and questions about President Donald Trump’s competence — in an excerpt from a soon-to-be-released book chronicling the early months of his presidency.

Journalist Michael Wolff “conducted conversations and interviews over a period of 18 months with the president, most members of his senior staff, and many people to whom they in turn spoke,” according to the excerpt of “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” published in New York Magazine.” MORE

“Opinion: Trump’s Cult Are Carriers of Perilous Political Plague”


“Whether the subject is a nitwitted stare down with North Korea, a despicable health care proposal, an allegiance to White Supremacy or a political rally that espouses incomprehensible hate and anger, Donald Trump voters are bereft of common sense and free will in discussing his faults and failures. Their sickness is a stain on America, and it must be eradicated.”  MORE

“How do you stand up to white supremacists?”


“Comedian and Sirius XM radio host Dean Obeidallah is suing the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer, alleging that the site’s founder, Andrew Anglin, wrote a post falsely accusing Obeidallah of being a terrorist and the mastermind behind the Manchester bombing. Anglin’s story was accompanied by fake tweets doctored to look as though Obeidallah had written them.”  MORE

“Trump signals Arpaio pardon coming”


“President Donald Trump hinted during a speech in Arizona on Tuesday that he plans to pardon former Sheriff Joe Arpaio over his federal contempt-of-court conviction, but the president said he wouldn’t take such an action immediately in order to avoid “controversy.”

Trump, speaking at a rally in Phoenix, suggested that relief was on the way for the 85-year-old ex-lawman known for his tough treatment of illegal immigrants.”  MORE


“How the CIA Came to Doubt the Official Story of JFK’s Murder”


Newly released documents from long-secret Kennedy assassination files raise startling questions about what top agency officials knew and when they knew it.

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