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9:20 AM ET, March 22, 2017

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Wall Street Journal:
A President's Credibility  —  Trump's falsehoods are eroding public trust, at home and abroad.  —  If President Trump announces that North Korea launched a missile that landed within 100 miles of Hawaii, would most Americans believe him?  Would the rest of the world?
Associated Press:
AP Exclusive: Manafort had plan to benefit Putin government  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin a decade ago and proposed …
Discussion: The Atlantic and Towleroad
New York Times:
Trump Warns House Republicans: Repeal Health Law or Lose Your Seats  —  WASHINGTON — President Trump offered a closing argument on Tuesday to on-the-fence lawmakers, warning House Republicans that they risked losing re-election next year if they failed to get behind legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
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Scott Wong / The Hill:
Trump, GOP struggle to find healthcare votes
Discussion: Balloon Juice and Hot Air
Kristina Peterson / Wall Street Journal:   Ryan's Leadership Is Tested by GOP's Civil War on Health Bill
Matt Fuller / The Huffington Post:
Republican Opposition To Health Care Bill Cracks Open Door To Negotiations
Discussion: Daily Kos, Vox and The Hill
Jed Handelsman Shugerman / Slate:
Neil Gorsuch and the “Frozen Trucker”  —  The judge's infamous dissent reveals he may not have the temperament to serve on the Supreme Court.  —  I have tried to be balanced in reviewing Judge Neil Gorsuch's record.  In a post right after his nomination, I called his decision criticizing …
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Veronica Stracqualursi / ABC News:
The Note: Trump puts the pressure on his party  —  THE BIG STORY: This is set up for something big - bigger even than the actual stakes.  The Trump White House team has put everything it has into making the health care vote in the House a defining moment, for President Trump and the GOP …
Discussion: New York Times, Mediaite and NBC News
Glenn Thrush / New York Times:
'I'll Criticize Judges,' Trump Says, Hours After a Scolding for Doing Just That
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and SCOTUSblog
Blair Miller / TheDenverChannel.com:
Former Colorado GOP chairman Steven Curtis charged with voter fraud  —  WELD COUNTY, Colo. - The former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party is charged with forgery and voter fraud for allegedly forging his wife's mail-in ballot from last year's election, according to court records and sources.
Discussion: Political Wire
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Rob Low / FOX31 Denver:
Former Colorado GOP chairman charged with voter fraud, forgery
Discussion: Raw Story
Elizabeth Cohen / CNN:
Grieving father: 'I don't play Trump songs anymore'  —  Man who attended 45 rallies now opposes Trump  — GOP health care bill would end the requirement that addiction, mental health treatment be covered under Medicaid  —  (CNN)Last year, Kraig Moss sold the equipment for his construction business …
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Axios:   Why deductibles would rise under the GOP health care plan
Olga Khazan / The Atlantic:
What Hardcore Conservatives Really Want for Health Care
Discussion: New York Times
Leah McElrath / Shareblue:
Republicans find themselves damned by 2016 attacks on Hillary Clinton  —  Donald Trump and the GOP repeatedly declared that Hillary Clinton should not be president because of an FBI investigation into her email practices.  Now that James Comey has revealed an investigation exists …
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Lachlan Markay / The Daily Beast:
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn Didn't Sign Trump's Ethics Pledge  —  The White House's former top national security official did not sign an ethics pledge ostensibly required of all Trump administration appointees barring them from ethically questionable lobbying activities, The Daily Beast has learned.
Discussion: Political Wire
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Susan E. Rice / Washington Post:
Susan Rice: When the White House twists the truth, we are all less safe  —  Susan E. Rice was national security adviser from 2013 to 2017 and U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations from 2009 to 2013.  —  Last week, the British intelligence agency GCHQ took the rare step of debunking as …
New York Times:
Why Letting Go, for Trump, Is No Small or Simple Task  —  WASHINGTON — President Trump is a man seriously susceptible to snagging himself in the nettles of obsession.  In the last three weeks, no compulsion has so consumed his psyche, and his Twitter account, as the deeply held …
Discussion: Axios
Jennifer Haberkorn / Politico:
House Obamacare repeal DOA in the Senate  —  Forget the House GOP's troubles passing a health care bill.  The party's bigger problem looms in the Senate.  —  Mitch McConnell is being tasked with fixing what GOP senators and House members say is a flawed Obamacare repeal proposal …
Discussion: New York Magazine
Washington Post:
New poll: only 3% of Trump voters regret their vote  —  Within weeks of the November 2016 U.S. presidential election, social media posts expressing voters' second thoughts began trending.  While some Donald Trump voters felt he was backtracking on initial hard-line positions …
Dylan Byers / CNNMoney:
How Sean Spicer lost his credibility  —  Sean Spicer's credibility problem  —  The White House press secretary has always been a spin artist.  —  Spinning is not lying, Clinton press secretary Dee Dee Myers once said, but rather “marshaling the facts in service of an argument.”
David Brody / CBN.com:
Brody File: Exclusive: President Trump Will Be Commencement Speaker at Liberty University  —  The Brody File has learned that President Donald Trump will deliver the upcoming commencement address at Liberty University on Saturday, May 13th.  The influential college bills itself as the “largest Christian university in the world.”
Discussion: Politico
Ryan Lizza / New Yorker:
How the White House Got James Comey Wrong  —  Early on Monday morning, a couple of hours before the start of the first House Intelligence Committee hearing on Russia's involvement in the Presidential election, one of Donald Trump's closest White House advisers made a startling …
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Brooke Seipel / The Hill:   Nixon counsel during Watergate: Trump WH ‘in cover-up mode’
Alexander Burns / New York Times:
Eyeing Trump's Budget Plan, Republican Governors Say ‘No, Thanks’  —  Gov. Matt Bevin of Kentucky was unrestrained in his praise for President Trump: Opening for him at a rally on Monday, Mr. Bevin, a conservative Republican, echoed Mr. Trump's “America First” slogan and only gently noted the nagging divisions in their party.
Discussion: Raw Story
Elana Schor / Politico:
Schumer calls for delaying Gorsuch vote because of Trump-Russia probe  —  Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called for a delay of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's confirmation Tuesday given the ongoing FBI investigation into potential collusion between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian officials.
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Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Why Trump Thinks Passing a Terrible Health-Care Bill Makes Sense  —  Almost every great vote-wrangling drama in Congress, especially on a high-profile issue in the first year or two of a new presidency, is eventually reduced to a simple test of strength.  Like a bad war, the original objective falls …
Reid Wilson / The Hill:
Mississippi passes ban on sanctuary cities  —  The Mississippi state Senate on Tuesday gave final approval to a measure that would prohibit counties, cities and colleges from acting as sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities.  —  No Mississippi cities currently act as sanctuary cities.
Gabriel Debenedetti / Politico:
Democrats gripped by special election performance anxiety  —  Money is flooding into Democrat Jon Ossoff's campaign.  The national party has started running focus groups on his behalf.  Thousands of volunteers have flocked to his team to help him win his April special election for a vacant Atlanta-area congressional seat.
 
 
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Marc Fisher / Washington Post:
Labor nominee Acosta cut deal with billionaire guilty in sex abuse case
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FIRE:
In anti-intellectual email, Wellesley profs call engaging with controversial arguments an imposition on students
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Tom Vanden Brook / USA Today:
Army says general's drunken escapades shouldn't affect his secret clearance
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Reuters:
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 Earlier Items: 
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Will Bredderman / Observer:
GOP Congressman Warns Trump's Refusal to Retract Obama Wiretap Claim Could Endanger the Country
Discussion: The Atlantic
Glenn Greenwald / The Intercept:
Newly Obtained Documents Prove: Key Claim of Snowden's Accusers is a Fraud
Julia Horowitz / CNNMoney:
Trump's first pick for labor secretary is out as fast food CEO
The Guardian:
Bank that lent $300m to Trump linked to Russian money laundering scam
Discussion: Raw Story
Shane Goldmacher / Politico:
Trump's penchant for vengeance casts shadow on health care vote
Discussion: Balloon Juice
BBC:
UK flight ban on electronic devices announced