‘Trump Is Treason!’: Protester Throws Russian Flags At President”


HUFFINGTON POST

“A protester threw a handful of small Russian flags at President Donald Trump on Tuesday as the president arrived at the Capitol to discuss tax reform with Republican senators over their weekly policy lunch.

“Trump is treason!” the protester, identified as Ryan Clayton, yelled several times before being escorted out by security.” MORE

“President Trump “likely obstructed justice,” could be impeached: report”


SALON

While special counsel Robert Mueller investigates whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice, legal experts and scholars at the Brookings Institute have determined that the president likely broke the law by firing former FBI director James Comey and, as a result, could be impeached by Congress.

A new report from Brookings analysts Barry Berke, Noah Bookbinder and Norman Eisen found that Trump “likely obstructed justice” when he impeded the investigations of Michael Flynn and Russia’s election interference by firing Comey.” MORE

“More GOP senators willing to tell Trump to take a hike”


POLITICO

An increasing number of Republicans have nothing to lose in crossing the president and Mitch McConnell — a warning sign for tax reform.

“Trump Has Essentially Abdicated The Basic Responsibilities Of A President”


HUFFINGTON POST

“It was a stunning moment. On Sunday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson suggested that the president of the United States does not speak for American values.

After deflecting questions from Fox News’ Chris Wallace about President Donald Trump’s failure to condemn white supremacist groups who incited deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, by saying that he and the State Department “represent America’s values,” Tillerson said that “the president speaks for himself.”

Tillerson’s statement caps a tumultuous two weeks in which Trump demonstrated that he has abandoned essential duties of the office, failing to provide basic, measured responses to violence and natural disasters.”  MORE

“Trump Unfit To Be President? There’s A Fast Way To Get Rid Of Him.”


HUFFINGTON POST

“WASHINGTON ― For those who watched President Donald Trump’s tirade in Phoenix Tuesday night and his angry news conference in New York a week earlier, and then recall his Twitter threats about nuclear weapons earlier this month, there is some good news: A president can be removed from office if his Cabinet deems him mentally unstable.

There is also bad news: The only person who can start that process, Vice President Mike Pence, has been loath to utter even a negative word about his boss.

And then there’s the worst news: Even a process that would effectively take the nuclear launch codes away from Trump far faster than impeachment ever could still may not be fast enough.”  MORE

“Trump’s Russia Troubles Grow As Congressional Investigators Want To Question His Secretary”


POLITICUS USA

“The investigations are hitting home for Trump. If he had nothing to do with the Russia scandal, why are investigators talking to his secretary? The answer is that despite Trump’s claims that the collision never happened, his secretary’s name was mentioned by the person setting up the meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and the Russian representative.”  MORE

“How Trump Ended Up in Bed with Russia: The Daily Show”


“Former GOP Sen. Gordon Humphrey: ‘Seriously Sick’ Trump Must Be Replaced ASAP”


HUFFINGTON POST

“A former Republican senator is calling on lawmakers to use the 25th Amendment to kick President Donald Trump out of office.

He is sick of mind, impetuous, arrogant, belligerent and dangerous,” Gordon Humphrey, who represented New Hampshire from 1979 to 1990, said in a letter to his state’s members of Congress obtained by Manchester ABC station WMUR. “ MORE

“Trump Careens Towards A Full Blown Breakdown And Proclaims He Should Be On Mount Rushmore”


POLITICUS USA

An out of control Trump tried to put himself on Mount Rushmore at a rally in Ohio.

“Donald Trump Jr. Has Opened The Door For Congress To Impeach President Trump”


POLITICUS USA

FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump looks down while speaking to reporters about healthcare during an energy policy discussion with leaders of American Indian tribes and U.S. governors at the White House in Washington, U.S., June 28, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque