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7:10 AM ET, January 23, 2019

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Azeen Ghorayshi / BuzzFeed News:
Trump's Lawyer Said There Were “No Plans” For Trump Tower Moscow.  Here They Are.  —  Trump's lawyer claims the Moscow tower was barely more than a notion.  “There were no drafts.  Nothing in the file.”  Documents obtained by BuzzFeed News tell a different story.
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Darren Samuelsohn / Politico:
Trump exasperated by gaffe-prone Giuliani  —  Rudy Giuliani has a growing list of enemies in the White House — which now includes his boss, President Donald Trump.  —  Trump was apoplectic after a pair of weekend media interviews by his personal lawyer, in which Giuliani said that the president …
Gabriel Sherman / Vanity Fair:
“Trump Is Screaming.  He's So Mad at Rudy”: Giuliani's Fate Is Uncertain After Botched Interviews  —  As Giuliani's unforced errors pile up, former West Wing officials and 2016 campaign veterans are privately debating what's gone wrong with Rudy.  —  Every time Rudy Giuliani opens his mouth …
USA Today:
Trump pursued a deal in Russia and hid it from voters  —  Rudy Giuliani vs Chris Cuomo again on CNN...this time it's over collusion.  Veuer's Nick Cardona has that story.  —  Candidate misled voters about ‘nothing to do with Russia.’ He signed a Trump Tower Moscow letter on the day of a presidential debate: Our view
Discussion: Washington Post
Associated Press:
Giuliani's media blitz draws ire of Trump and some allies  —  NEW YORK (AP) — Rudy Giuliani's latest media blitz, which was filled with a dizzying array of misstatements and hurried clarifications, agitated President Donald Trump and some of his allies, who have raised the possibility …
Discussion: The Week and Mediaite
CNN:
Republicans: Cohen lawyer says key topics off-limits for congressional hearing
Discussion: Observer and KTLA
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Washington Post:
A viral story spread.  The mainstream media rushed to keep up.  The Trump Internet pounced.  —  The online supporters of the president were ready for a moment like the Covington Catholic controversy.  —  The video, taken from an Instagram account and reposted to Twitter, went viral with the caption …
David French / National Review:
Nathan Phillips's Interview with CNN Is Full of Falsehoods, Inconsistencies, and Nonsense  —  As I wrote on the home page today, it's disturbing to see the left-wing hate that is still being directed at the Covington Catholic students — days after the initial framing of the story was thoroughly debunked.
Nick Robins-Early / HuffPost:
House Intelligence Committee Looking Into Tweet About Viral MAGA Hat Teen Video  —  The Twitter account that promoted a video of Covington Catholic High School Students surrounding a Native American man has since been suspended.  —  The House Intelligence Committee has asked Twitter to provide …
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Tom Rogan / Washington Examiner:   No, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, this ain't World War II
Media Matters for America:
MSNBC contributor Hugh Hewitt: Joe Biden has “transgendered into Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez”
Discussion: Mediaite
Zachary Basu / Axios:
4 progressive Democrats named to House Oversight Committee
Discussion: Speaker Nancy Pelosi
J. David Goodman / New York Times:
Ocasio-Cortez Builds a National Platform, but a District Office? Not Open Yet
Discussion: CNN
Nicole Goodkind / Newsweek:
Federal Employees Going Through ‘a Little Bit of Pain’ but Border Wall Is ‘Bigger Than’ Them Says Lara Trump  —  The 800,000 furloughed federal employees and 400,000 working without pay due to the government shutdown over $5 billion dollars in funding for a wall on the U.S. southern border are going through …
Washington Post:
Hundreds of IRS employees are skipping work.  That could delay tax refunds.  —  Hundreds of Internal Revenue Service employees have received permission to skip work during the partial government shutdown due to financial hardship, and union leaders said Tuesday they expected absences to surge …
Discussion: The Week and Axios
Washington Post:
‘Knock them in the teeth.’ How Trump turns crises into leverage.  —  The 800,000 federal workers who are expected to miss their second paycheck in the coming days are the most extreme example yet of a negotiating tactic President Trump has used repeatedly since taking office.
Discussion: The Week
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Marc A. Thiessen / Washington Post:
Trump is being the adult in the room on the shutdown
Discussion: IJR, Inside Higher Ed and CNBC
New York Times:
Senate Leaders Plan Competing Bills to End Shutdown  —  Senate Leaders Plan Competing Bills on Shutdown  — With dueling votes planned for Thursday, the Senate will finally move off the sidelines a month into the partial government shutdown.  — Both measures face long odds …
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Bloomberg:   McConnell to Allow Votes on Competing Bills to End Shutdown
Sara Murray / CNN:
Mueller wants to know about 2016 Trump campaign's ties to NRA  —  Washington (CNN)Special counsel Robert Mueller's team has expressed interest in the Trump campaign's relationship with the National Rifle Association during the 2016 campaign.  —  “When I was interviewed by the special counsel's office …
Audrey McNamara / The Daily Beast:
Four Accused of Plotting to Attack Muslim Community  —  Police in Greece, New York, have arrested and charged four suspects who allegedly planned to attack a nearby Muslim community.  The four men were each charged with three counts of criminal possession of a weapon and one count of conspiracy.
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Jeff Pegues / CBS News:   4 arrested in plot to attack Muslim community in New York
Washington Post:
Sen. Bernie Sanders changes his message to black voters: ‘Racism is alive’  —  COLUMBIA, S.C. — With the state capitol behind him and a crowd of hundreds in front of him, Sen. Bernie Sanders celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day by telling a rare personal anecdote: He was in Washington …
Discussion: Politico
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McClatchy Washington Bureau:   Campaign workers demand minimum wage, progressive culture from 2020 Dems
Edward-Isaac Dovere / The Atlantic:
Pete Buttigieg Thinks All the 2020 Democrats Are Too Old  —  Pete Buttigieg, the Millennial mayor of South Bend, Indiana, will formally launch an exploratory committee on Wednesday and make official the presidential run he's been not-so-subtly edging toward for the last year and a half.
Discussion: Axios
Olivia Nuzzi / New York Magazine:
How Trump Offered NASA Unlimited Funding to Go to Mars in His First Term  —  Donald Trump nearly derailed a televised call to the International Space Station after he got distracted, first by a sudden fantasy of going to Mars before the end of his first term in the White House …
Discussion: Splinter, Joe.My.God. and The Week
Colin Campbell / Baltimore Sun:
Baltimore-raised Pulitzer Prize winner Russell Baker dies at 93  —  Former Baltimore Sun foreign correspondent Russell Baker is pictured at his Virginia home in 2012.  (Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun)  —  Russell Baker, a Baltimore-raised, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist …
John Solomon / The Hill:
How the Clinton machine flooded the FBI with Trump-Russia dirt ... until agents bit  —  When at first you don't succeed, try, try again.  That's what Hillary Clinton's machine did in 2016, eventually getting the FBI to bite on an uncorroborated narrative that Donald Trump and Russia were trying to hijack the presidential election.
Christopher Flavelle / Bloomberg:
Corporate America Is Getting Ready to Monetize Climate Change  — Storms, floods, drought and heat waves worry largest companies  — Merck, Apple, Home Depot also see new revenue opportunities  —  Bank of America Corp. worries flooded homeowners will default on their mortgages.
Discussion: Mashable
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation:
KFF Health Tracking Poll - January 2019: The Public On Next Steps For The ACA And Proposals To Expand Coverage  —  Ashley Kirzinger , Cailey Muñana, and Mollyann Brodie  —  Key Findings:  — Half of the public disapproves of the recent decision in Texas v. United States …
Discussion: CNN
Sean Roman Strockyj / New York Post:
New York law is an open invitation to home invaders … There is a reason homeowners can rarely afford to dispense mercy on an overnight invader: Criminal intruders tend to be the dangerous type.  What homeowners don't expect are law enforcers and prosecutors going after them for ­defending themselves and their loved ones.
Liz Alderman / New York Times:
Despite Bitcoin's Dive, a Former Soviet Republic Is Still Betting Big on It  —  Tax breaks, land deals and cheap energy have spurred cryptocurrency mining in Georgia, which wants to be a digital data leader.  —  TBILISI, Georgia — For three years, a windowless warehouse on the edge of town …
CNN:
Power struggle paralyzes ‘irrelevant’ White House press shop  —  Washington (CNN)White House press briefings, in steady decline even before the partial government shutdown, have now ground to a halt as a prolonged power struggle among President Donald Trump's aides leads to a muddled messaging strategy …
Nancy Cook / Politico:
Trump's liaison to Congress eyeing exit  —  Shahira Knight, the president's legislative affairs director and a central figure in the White House's shutdown negotiations with Congress, is planning to leave the White House in the coming months, according to four sources familiar with her plans.
Discussion: Axios
Washington Post:
Around the globe, Trump's style is inspiring imitators and unleashing dark impulses  —  BUDAPEST — They make a show of putting their own countries first and breezily dismiss concerns about international law or human rights.  They seek to bend the rules to their will, excoriating “the deep state” for getting in their way.
Dan Lamothe / Washington Post:
‘Unacceptable’: Coast Guard's top officer criticizes lack of payment in government shutdown  —  The Coast Guard's top admiral said Tuesday that members of the armed forces should not be expected to shoulder the burden of the partial government shutdown, citing the “anxiety and stress” …
Discussion: CNN and Mediaite
Jason Williams / Cincinnati.com:
Who knew?  Trump's top White House attorney is Covington Catholic High School graduate  —  The nationwide firestorm surrounding Covington Catholic has brought to light that one of the Greater Cincinnati high school's most prominent graduates happens to be President Trump's top White House attorney.
 
 
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Chicago Sun Times:
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Joe Lawlor / Press Herald:
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James Varney / Washington Times:
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