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10:35 AM ET, February 7, 2017


 Top Items: 
Tara Palmeri / Politico:
White House rattled by McCarthy's spoof of Spicer  —  As the press secretary for a president who's obsessed with how things play on cable TV, Sean Spicer's real audience during his daily televised press briefings has always been an audience of one.  —  And the devastating “Saturday Night Live” …
Max Greenwood / The Hill:
Rosie O'Donnell: I'll play Bannon on ‘SNL’ if asked
Discussion: Mediaite, Joe.My.God. and Raw Story
Rich Lowry / New York Post:
Sorry: Trump's immigration order is totally legal  —  MORE FROM:  —  If the law means anything, the Trump administration will succeed in overturning the so-called court ruling against its travel ban.  —  The nationwide stay of the ban issued by Judge James Robart, a Washington state-based federal district judge, is tissue-thin.
New York Times:
President Trump's Real Fear: The Courts  —  When President Trump doesn't get what he wants, he tends to look for someone to blame — crooked pollsters, fraudulent voters, lying journalists.  Anyone who questions him or his actions becomes his foe.  —  Over the past few days …
Sen. Chuck Schumer / Politico:
Neil Gorsuch Needs 60 Votes
Discussion: Hot Air, The Federalist and Daily Kos
Ariane de Vogue / CNN:
All eyes on 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in battle over Trump's travel ban
Washington Post:
Here are the 78 terrorist attacks the White House says were largely under-reported  —  The White House on Monday night released a list of 78 terrorist attacks in response to an assertion earlier in the day by President Trump that the “very dishonest press” often doesn't report on them.
Aaron Blake / Washington Post:
Trump's suggestion that the media is ignoring terrorist attacks traces to a familiar source: InfoWars  —  President Trump made a whopper of a claim on Monday, suggesting that the media is deliberately ignoring terrorist attacks.  —  “It's gotten to a point where it's not even being reported …
Ben Riley-Smith / Telegraph:
Exclusive: How Theresa May poked fun at the size of Donald Trump's hands  —  Theresa May has joked about the size of Donald Trump's hands at a private fundraiser as she made light of a photograph of the pair at the White House.  —  The Prime Minister's tongue-in-cheek remarks came after her visit …
Discussion: The Week and
Emmarie Huetteman / New York Times:
Mike Pence's Vote on a Cabinet Nominee Would Be Historic  —  WASHINGTON — On Tuesday, call him the tiebreaker.  —  A vice president does not have much on his plate, as far as constitutional responsibilities go.  He presides over the official count of electoral votes once, possibly twice …
Discussion: The Week
Kevin D. Williamson / National Review:
Approve the Cabinet  —  There is no serious case against DeVos, Price, or Mnuchin.
Discussion: Instapundit
Detroit News:
GOP targets Stabenow in new ad, first of 2018 cycle
Discussion: Washington Post
Gregory Giroux / Bloomberg:
A History of the Rare Senate Tie-Breaker
Discussion: The Week
Alan Rappeport / New York Times:
Andrew Puzder, Trump's Labor Pick, Admits to Hiring Undocumented Maid  —  WASHINGTON — Andrew F. Puzder, President Trump's pick to head the Labor Department, who has come under fire for criticizing worker protections, acknowledged on Monday that he previously employed an undocumented immigrant to clean his house.
Discussion: Political Wire
Ryan Grim / The Huffington Post:
Labor Nominee Andrew Puzder Has Another Problem: Undocumented Help
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and The Week
Dan Merica / CNN:
Trump's Labor Dept. pick admits to employing undocumented worker
Richard vs Barack - kiteboard and foilboard challenge  —  It was a huge honour to be able to invite President Barack and Michelle Obama down to the British Virgin Islands for a complete break after Barack finished his second term as President and the family left the White House.
Wall Street Journal:
Conservative Republicans Double Down on Push to Repeal Obamacare  —  Conservative Republicans, worried about growing voices within the party advising or accepting a slower pace for repealing the Affordable Care Act, are redoubling their push to speed the GOP's long-desired goal.
Discussion: The Daily Caller
New York Times:
From ‘Repeal’ to ‘Repair’: Campaign Talk on Health Law Meets Reality  —  WASHINGTON — Asked at a confirmation hearing two weeks ago if he was working with President Trump on a secret plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, Representative Tom Price, Mr. Trump's nominee for secretary of health …
Discussion: Axios
Tom Hamburger / Washington Post:
Melania Trump missed out on ‘once-in-a-lifetime opportunity’ to make millions, lawsuit says  —  A lawyer for first lady Melania Trump argued in a lawsuit filed Monday that an article falsely alleging she once worked for an escort service hurt her chance to establish “multimillion dollar …
Seung Min Kim / Politico:
Cotton and Trump plot crackdown on legal immigration  —  Overlooked in Donald Trump's campaign crusade against illegal immigration was his vow to crack down on legal immigration, too.  —  Now, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), a reliable Trump ally, is taking steps to execute that part …
Jason Horowitz / New York Times:
Steve Bannon Carries Battles to Another Influential Hub: The Vatican  —  ROME — When Steve Bannon was still heading Breitbart News, he went to the Vatican to cover the canonization of John Paul II and make some friends.  High on his list of people to meet was an archconservative American cardinal …
Discussion: Millennial
Andrew E. Kramer / New York Times:
Putin Critic, Who Said He Was Poisoned in 2015, Falls Into Coma  —  MOSCOW — A leader of the Russian opposition who has been a vocal critic of what he calls a Kremlin policy of assassinating political enemies has fallen into a life-threatening coma caused by an unknown poison, his wife said on Monday.
Kelly Mclaughlin / Daily Mail:
‘Step up and speak out’: Hillary Clinton makes a rallying cry for women to rise up against the Trump administration as she speaks on video for the first time since the inauguration to say ‘the future is female’  —  By , KELLY MCLAUGHLIN FOR MAILONLINE  —  Hillary Clinton said female leaders need …
NBC News:
Yemen Raid Had Secret Target: Al Qaeda Leader Qassim Al-Rimi  —  Exclusive: Top al-Qaeda Leader was Target of U.S. Raid in Yemen, Sources Say 2:40  —  The Navy SEAL raid in Yemen last week had a secret objective — the head of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, who survived …
Jim VandeHei / Axios:
Sorry!  American politics will get worse  —  Donald Trump was a symptom, not the cause, of our cancerous politics — and the disease is metastasizing.  —  Signs of it spreading are everywhere.  —  In our politics:  — There is no market for normal politics, much less compromise.
Kristine Guerra / Washington Post:
A small Arkansas town has its first murder suspect in decades.  He's 12.  —  The town of Fouke, Ark., has not seen a homicide in at least a quarter of a century.  —  That's according to Terry Purvis, a longtime resident and Fouke's mayor.  —  All changed last week, when the death …
Eli Stokols / Politico:
What Steve Bannon Wants You to Read  —  The first weeks of the Trump presidency have brought as much focus on the White House's chief strategist, Steven Bannon, as on the new president himself.  But if Bannon has been the driving force behind the frenzy of activity in the White House …
Sarah K. Burris / Raw Story:
'He'll never be back': CNN's Alisyn Camerota mocks GOP lawmaker after disastrous appearance  —  DON'T MISS STORIES.  FOLLOW RAW STORY!  —  CNN's Chris Cuomo once again hammered a member of Congress on air for trying to dodge difficult questions.  The interview was so contentious …
Chris Edelson / Baltimore Sun:
Ordinary Americans carried out inhumane acts for Trump  —  (Video by Ken Lam) … A week ago, men and women went to work at airports around the United States as they always do.  They showered, got dressed, ate breakfast, perhaps dropped off their kids at school.
Discussion: Washington Post
Colin Moynihan / New York Times:
About 20 Rabbis Arrested During Protest Over Trump Travel Ban  —  About 20 rabbis affiliated with a liberal Jewish group were arrested on Monday night after blocking the street near the Trump International Hotel and Tower at Columbus Circle in Manhattan to protest an executive order …
Cindy Adams / Page Six:
Inside Donald Trump's interview with Bill O'Reilly  —  MORE FROM:  —  Sunday's Trump-O'Reilly interview.  Given the egos of both dudes, maybe it was the O'Reilly-Trump interview.  —  It was Bill's seventh presidential sit-down and his third Superbowler White House hoo-hah in a row.
Discussion: Axios
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Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Huffington Post's new editor seeks new audience — Trump voters
Scott Wong / The Hill:
Trump ready to crack the whip on GOP Congress
China Courts Ivanka, Jared Kushner to Smooth Ties With Trump
Worried about Trump, asylum seekers walk cold road to Canada
Paul Cassell / Washington Post:
Did Yiannopoulos secretly send more than 100 thugs to Berkeley to break up his own speech?
Discussion: Power Line
Signal Mountain Man Planned Small Militia Unit For “High Casualties” …
Julie Hirschfeld Davis / New York Times:
Trump Seems to Side With Russia in Comments on Ukraine
Discussion: Boing Boing and Reuters
 Earlier Items: 
Eli Lake / Bloomberg:
On Russia, Trump Is a Code Pink Republican
Discussion: Hot Air
Carrie Levine / Center for Public Integrity:
Secret money fueling pro-Betsy DeVos ad campaigns
Discussion: New York Times, NPR and
Matthew Nussbaum / Politico:
Trump's White House tries to rehab its Hill outreach
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
On Trump, Keep it Simple (In 5 Points)
Brian Beutler / New Republic:
Never Believe the Republicans' B.S. Ever Again
Discussion: Washington Post