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10:35 PM ET, July 16, 2017

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Reuters:
U.S. Secret Service rejects suggestion it vetted Trump son's meeting  —  4 MIN READ  —  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Secret Service on Sunday denied a suggestion from President Donald Trump's personal lawyer that it had vetted a meeting between the president's son and Russian nationals during the 2016 campaign.
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Asawin Suebsaeng / The Daily Beast:
Team Trump Excuses for the Don Jr. Meeting Go from Bad to Worse … In the week since the Donald Trump Jr. Russia-email scandal broke, the excuses from the White House, the president's legal team, and top Trump associates have gone from bad to worse.  —  On Sunday, Jay Sekulow …
Discussion: Raw Story
Josh Israel / ThinkProgress:
Did Donald Trump's lawyer accidentally make a huge confession about the meeting with the Russian lawyer?  —  Jay Sekulow suggested the Secret Service vetted the meeting, but Donald Trump Jr. was not being protected at that time.  —  Jay Sekulow, one of President Donald Trump's attorneys …
Discussion: Business Insider and IJR
Julia Manchester / The Hill:
Secret Service responds to Trump lawyer: Russian lawyer meeting not screened
Discussion: Raw Story and RedState
Rebecca Morin / Politico:
Secret Service: Trump Jr. not under protection during meeting with Russian lawyer
Discussion: Politicus USA
Mark Moore / New York Post:   Secret Service: We didn't clear Don Jr.'s Russian lawyer
Alicia Cohn / The Hill:
Trump lawyer: Secret Service wouldn't have let Trump Jr. take ‘nefarious’ meeting
Discussion: ABC News and The Gateway Pundit
New York Times:
McCain's Surgery May Be More Serious Than Thought, Experts Say  —  The condition for which Senator John McCain had surgery on Friday may be more serious than initial descriptions have implied, and it may delay his return to Washington by at least a week or two, medical experts said on Sunday.
Joe Scarborough / Washington Post:
Trump is killing the Republican Party  —  I did not leave the Republican Party.  The Republican Party left its senses.  The political movement that once stood athwart history resisting bloated government and military adventurism has been reduced to an amalgam of talk-radio resentments.
Discussion: Mediaite
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Chris Buskirk / American Greatness:
Goodbye Joe Scarborough . . . Hello, Kid Rock
Discussion: Rolling Stone and TheBlaze
Julia Manchester / The Hill:
Carville: It would be ‘very, very difficult’ for Dems to retake Senate in 2018  —  Democratic operative James Carville is expressing doubt that his party will take back the Senate in 2018, saying Saturday that it would be “very, very difficult,” to do so.  —  “I think right now most Democrats …
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Igor Bobic / HuffPost:
Tom Price Says Insurers Should ‘Dust Off How They Did Business Before Obamacare’  —  Worked before, right?  —  Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price suggested Sunday that the nation's health insurance system ought to operate as it did before the Affordable Care Act was passed.
Discussion: New York Magazine
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Noam N. Levey / Los Angeles Times:
Obamacare repeal bills could put coverage out of reach for millions of sick Americans
Discussion: RedState
Karen DeYoung / Washington Post:
UAE orchestrated hacking of Qatari government sites, sparking regional upheaval, according to U.S. intelligence officials  —  The United Arab Emirates orchestrated the hacking of Qatari government news and social media sites in order to post incendiary false quotes attributed to Qatar's emir …
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Declan Walsh / New York Times:   Qatar Opens Its Doors to All, to the Dismay of Some
Julia Manchester / The Hill:
Nearly 150,000 attempts to hack SC voter registration system on Election Day: report  —  Hackers tried to infiltrate South Carolina's voter registration system nearly 150,000 times on Election Day 2016, according to a South Carolina State Election Commission report that was reported on by The Wall Street Journal.
Discussion: Raw Story
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Alexa Corse / Wall Street Journal:
South Carolina May Prove a Microcosm of U.S. Election Hacking Efforts
Discussion: Hullabaloo and New York Times
Jonathan Swan / Axios:
Health care on a scalpel's edge  —  Don Jr.'s Russia scandal may have one little upside for the White House: Two sources close to the health care negotiations told me they're pleased it has distracted the “resistance” movement and moved much of the media spotlight away from McConnell & co.'s negotiations.
Discussion: ABC News
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Saisha Talwar / ABC News:
8 to 10 Republican senators concerned about GOP bill: Collins
Discussion: Politico and AOL
Gary Langer / ABC News:
6 months in, a record low for Trump, with troubles from Russia to health care (POLL)  —  Americans give President Donald Trump the lowest six-month approval rating of any president in polls dating back 70 years, punctuated by questions about his competence on the world stage, his effectiveness …
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Tre'vell Anderson / Los Angeles Times:
George A. Romero, ‘Night of the Living Dead’ creator, dies at 77  —  Legendary horror movie director George A. Romero, pictured here in 2008, died Sunday.  (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)  —  Legendary filmmaker George A. Romero, father of the modern movie zombie and creator of the groundbreaking …
Jonathan Swan / Axios:
Trump hasn't forgiven Sessions for Russia recusal  —  Attorney General Jeff Sessions' administration allies were hoping President Trump could, as he himself might say, see his way clear to letting it go.  But that's not happening.  —  Trump's initial fury about Sessions' recusal …
Kristine Phillips / Washington Post:
Why these professors are warning against promoting the work of straight, white men  —  Academics and scholars must be mindful about using research done by only straight, white men, according to two scientists who argued that it oppresses diverse voices and bolsters the status of already privileged and established white male scholars.
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Philip Rucker / Washington Post:
White House unveils ‘Made in America’ week, though many Trump products are made overseas  —  PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. — President Trump, whose company outsources the manufacturing of many of its products to overseas factories, is unveiling “Made in America” week at the White House to promote products made in the United States.
 
 
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Barak Ravid / Haaretz:
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Discussion: Power Line and The Daily Caller
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Discussion: Marginal REVOLUTION
Josh Dawsey / Politico:
Fate of Kushner's security clearance could ultimately lie with Trump
Discussion: Political Wire
Deroy Murdock / New York Post:
The vote fraud that Democrats refuse to see
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