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11:00 AM ET, February 9, 2017

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Eric Bradner / CNN:
Warren's moment galvanizes the left  — Warren had been debating the qualifications of her Senate colleague, Jeff Sessions, to be attorney general  —  Washington (CNN)Democrats searching for a new rallying cry might have Senate Republicans to thank for their newest line: “She persists.”
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Andrew Kaczynski / CNN:
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Silencing Sen. Elizabeth Warren ‘was long overdue’  — The Massachusetts senator on Tuesday was ruled to be in violation of Senate rules for impugning another senator.  —  (CNN)Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham says the silencing of Sen. Elizabeth Warren on the Senate floor Tuesday was “long overdue.”
Jordain Carney / The Hill:
Senate confirms Sessions as attorney general  —  The Senate voted Wednesday night to confirm Sen. Jeff Sessions  —  (R-Ala.) as attorney general, capping a vicious debate that left Democrats and Republicans alike seething at times.  —  No Republicans went against Sessions in the 52-47 vote.
Jennifer Calfas / The Hill:
ACLU vows to sue Sessions if he violates Constitution as AG
Julia Limitone / Fox Business:
Dr. Alveda King: Sen. Warren Used the King Name to Stir Up Emotions
Discussion: TheBlaze, New York Times, AOL and Politico
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Blumenthal: We're careening ‘toward a constitutional crisis’ … (D-Conn.) on Thursday warned that the country is heading toward a “constitutional crisis,” moments after President Trump attacked him for sharing Trump's Supreme Court nominee's concerns with the president's attacks on judges.
Discussion: Politico and Political Wire
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New York Sun:
The Gorsuch Gaffe  —  Talk about disheartening.  That's the word President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, is using to describe President Trump's remarks in respect of the riders of the 9th United States Circuit Court of Appeals.  The president is upset …
Louis Nelson / Politico:
Trump: Blumenthal lied about Vietnam, ‘misrepresents’ what Gorsuch said  —  President Donald Trump attacked the military record of Sen. Richard Blumenthal Thursday morning, suggesting that the Connecticut lawmaker misrepresented his conversation with Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch …
Ashley Killough / CNN:
Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch calls Trump's tweets ‘disheartening’  —  Trump rips federal judge who halted travel ban  —  Washington (CNN)Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch told a US senator Wednesday that President Donald Trump's tweets about the judiciary are “demoralizing” and “disheartening.”
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Trump contradicts Gorsuch spokesman, accuses Blumenthal of misrepresenting comments
Olivia Nuzzi / New York Magazine:
Steve Bannon and Reince Priebus Want You to Know They Are Friends  —  “We're just finishing,” Steve Bannon told me.  “Reince is giving me my daily back massage.”  —  The two men burst into a fit of conspiratorial laughter.  —  “Off the record!”  Reince Priebus said.  —  “Off the record!”
Discussion: The Week
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Niall Stanage / The Hill:
Trump White House besieged by leaks  —  's White House has sprung a remarkable number of leaks since his inauguration.  —  The question is where they're coming from.  —  Barely a day goes by without some unusual tale emerging from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.  Recent examples in a single …
Discussion: Daily Wire
Eliana Johnson / Politico:
Trump struggling to fill one of the worst jobs in Washington
Politico:
Trump: McCain 'doesn't know how to win anymore'
Discussion: ABC News
Fernanda Santos / New York Times:
She Showed Up Yearly to Meet Immigration Agents.  Now They're Deporting Her.  —  PHOENIX — For eight years, Guadalupe García de Rayos had checked in at the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement office here, a requirement since she was caught using a fake Social Security number during …
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Nigel Duara / Los Angeles Times:
Longtime Phoenix resident in U.S. illegally detained in early display of Trump executive order's reach  —  An executive order by President Trump has expanded deportation priorities to include any immigrants in the country illegally who had been convicted of a criminal offense, regardless of its severity.
Discussion: Fox News and KTLA
Holly Yan / CNN:
Sean Spicer cites Atlanta terror attack that never happened  —  (CNN)Another high-profile Trump administration official has made statements about a terror attack that never occurred.  —  This time, it's Press Secretary Sean Spicer.  Three times in one week, Spicer alluded to a terror attack in Atlanta by someone from overseas.
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Bloomberg:
Trump's Oval Office Tweets Force CEOs to Choose Fight or Flight  —  The president crossed a new line with Nordstrom attack  —  Starbucks, Apple, Alphabet criticized immigration order  —  President Donald Trump is injecting himself into the daily business of U.S. companies to an unprecedented extent …
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Nikita Vladimirov / The Hill:
Dem to unveil bill requiring a White House psychiatrist  —  Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) reportedly plans to file a bill that would require the White House to have an in-house psychiatrist.  —  “I'm looking at it from the perspective of, if there are questions about the mental health of the president …
Discussion: Politico
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Berkeley Lovelace Jr / CNBC:
Twitter shares crater after ugly revenue miss, shockingly weak guidance  —  Twitter shares sank on Thursday after the social media company reported quarterly revenue that missed Wall Street's expectations, and issued guidance that fell far short of estimates.
Jason Noble / Des Moines Register:
Dallas County failed to report 5,842 votes cast in 2016 election  —  Thousands of ballots in Dallas County went uncounted on Election Day last November because of a mistake in how county officials reported their results to the Iowa Secretary of State's Office.
Washington Post:
Conway may have broken key ethics rule by touting Ivanka Trump's products, experts say  —  President Trump's official counselor, Kellyanne Conway, may have broken a key ethics rule Thursday morning when she told TV audiences to “go buy Ivanka's stuff.”  —  Federal employees are banned …
Matt Taibbi / Rolling Stone:
The End of Facts in the Trump Era  —  If you connect with America's anger and paranoia, you can steamroll our most sacred institutions without ever having to tell the truth  —  The order floated down from the lunatic's castle late on a Friday.  No more visas of any kind from seven countries …
Paul Blumenthal / The Huffington Post:
Steve Bannon Believes The Apocalypse Is Coming And War Is Inevitable  —  Trump's top adviser thinks we're in “the great Fourth Turning in American history.”  —  Money in Politics Reporter, The Huffington Post  —  JM Rieger  —  Producer, The Huffington Post
Kim Hjelmgaard / USA Today:
Alleged gang rape shown on Facebook shocks Sweden  —  Outrage and shock are spreading across Sweden over a case against three men of foreign origin arrested on suspicion of raping a woman and broadcasting it live on Facebook.  —  Swedish authorities said Wednesday that the case …
Gabriel Debenedetti / Politico:
Obama's party-building legacy splits Democrats  —  A painful Democratic rift over Barack Obama's political legacy is finally bursting into the open.  —  For years, the former president's popularity among Democrats stifled any public critiques of his stewardship of the party …
Discussion: Axios
Will Jordan / Borderline:
Donald Trump's Approval Rating in Context  —  Just how bad is Donald Trump's approval rating, historically speaking?  —  It has already been pointed out that the current President rose to majority disapproval far more quickly than any other president, but I wanted to take a closer look …
Discussion: Washington Post
William A. Galston / Wall Street Journal:
Chuck Schumer vs. the ‘Resistance’  —  Rebelling against Trump is tempting, but moderation is the key to majority status.
Scott Bland / Politico:
Pictures of Trump's thumbs up proved to be fundraising gold  —  The more often Donald Trump gave his supporters two thumbs up in 2016, the more they cracked open their wallets.  —  That's one of many lessons the Republican National Committee's digital experiment team learned in 2016 …
Discussion: Michael Babyak and Political Wire
 
 
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Gregory Viscusi / Bloomberg:
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Morgan Eads / Lexington Herald-Leader:
White nationalists plan conference for ‘white working families’ at state park in Eastern Kentucky
Discussion: Raw Story
Bryan Bender / Politico:
Trump advisers' space plan: To moon, Mars and beyond
Discussion: The Week
Jennifer Haberkorn / Politico:
GOP swimming in Obamacare replacements, but no consensus
Discussion: NBC News
Byron York / Washington Examiner:
A fact-free debate on Trump's executive order
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Sidney Blumenthal / London Review of Books:
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Steven Erlanger / New York Times:
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Andrew Tangel / Wall Street Journal:
Companies Plow Ahead With Moves to Mexico, Despite Trump's Pressure
Discussion: Axios, New York Magazine and Mediaite
Ann Coulter / Breitbart:
A Maniac Is Running Our Foreign Policy! (It's Not Trump)
USA Today:
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Matthew Boyle / Breitbart:
Conservative grassroots leaders are planning a series of massive pro-President Donald …