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Washington Post:
Trump wanted Barr to hold news conference saying the president broke no laws in call with Ukrainian leader  —  President Trump wanted Attorney General William P. Barr to hold a news conference declaring the commander in chief had broken no laws during a phone call in which he pressed …
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New York Times:
Attorney General Declined Trump Request to Declare Nothing Illegal in Ukraine Call  —  President Trump asked Attorney General William P. Barr to hold a news conference stating that no laws were broken in his call with Ukraine's president.  Mr. Barr declined.
Discussion: The Hill
Ronald Brownstein / The Atlantic:
The Suburban Backlash Against the GOP Is Growing  —  The shift of metro areas away from the Republican Party under President Donald Trump rumbled on in yesterday's elections, threatening the fundamental calculation of his 2020 reelection plan.  —  Amid all the various local factors that shaped GOP losses …
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New York Times:
Republicans Claim Trump Closed a 17-Point Gap in Kentucky. That's Not Quite What Happened.
Timothy P. Carney / Washington Examiner:
The Trump-era realignment is a death sentence for the GOP
Discussion: Raw Story
Will Steakin / ABC News:
Trump back in Louisiana to rally support for GOP gubernatorial candidate
Phillip M. Bailey / Courier-Journal:
Senate president: Kentucky governor's race could be decided by state legislature
New York Times:
Behind the Deal That Put Giuliani Together With a Dirt-Hunting Partner  —  The president's lawyer wanted $500,000 to help a venture started by a man who would go on to help him in Ukraine.  A Republican donor from Long Island put up the money.  —  WASHINGTON — It has been one of the enduring mysteries …
Discussion: Law & Crime and Raw Story
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New York Times:
Facing Investigation, Giuliani Needed a Lawyer, but Firms Stayed Away  —  After weeks of looking, Mr. Giuliani said he assembled a legal team to represent him as he comes under scrutiny from federal prosecutors.  —  President Trump's personal lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani …
Yashar Ali / HuffPost:
Exclusive: Book Claims Senior Officials Believed Pence Would Support Use Of 25th Amendment  —  The anonymous author of “A Warning,” reportedly a current or former White House official, said talk of removing Trump escalated after Comey was fired.  —  The much-anticipated book “A Warning,” …
Discussion: Redstate, The Daily Beast and Mediaite
CNN:
Republicans again shift their defense of Trump over impeachment inquiry barrage  —  Graham claims Trump admin ‘incapable of forming quid pro quo’  —  (CNN)Facing damaging testimony from senior diplomats that President Donald Trump sought to condition the release of US military aid to Ukraine …
Discussion: FOX 61
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Sean Davis / The Federalist:
Testimony Transcript Shows William Taylor Never Talked To Trump, Wasn't Even On July 25 Phone Call
Discussion: Redstate
Sharon LaFraniere / New York Times:
Stone Trial Links Trump More Closely to 2016 Effort to Obtain Stolen Emails  —  Newly revealed calls between President Trump and Roger Stone dovetailed with key developments in the theft of Democratic emails, prosecutors said.  —  WASHINGTON — President Trump was more personally involved …
Discussion: Politico, Axios and Associated Press
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CNN:
Roger Stone's ‘payload is still coming’ email went to Erik Prince, prosecutors say
Discussion: FOX 61
CNN:   Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon expected to testify against Roger Stone
Washington Post:
Former Twitter employees charged with spying for Saudi Arabia by digging into the accounts of kingdom critics  —  The Justice Department has charged two former Twitter employees with spying for Saudi Arabia in a case that raises concerns about the ability of Silicon Valley to protect …
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Daisy Nguyen / Associated Press:
US: Saudis recruited Twitter workers to spy on users
Discussion: TechCrunch and The Daily Caller
Will Weissert / Associated Press:
Immigration opens ideological fault lines for 2020 Democrats  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — Bernie Sanders is adding his support to a call by some of his fellow presidential hopefuls for decriminalizing illegal border crossings, a proposal that's further exposing deep ideological divides …
Discussion: The Intercept
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Vox:
Bernie Sanders's immigration plan puts the rights of immigrant workers into focus
Discussion: Politico and VICE
Gregg Re / Fox News:
‘Coup has started,’ whistleblower's attorney said in 2017 posts calling for impeachment  —  Report: Lawyer for whistleblower says client is willing to answer GOP questions in impeachment probe  —  Mark Zaid, one of the attorneys representing the whistleblower at the center …
Leada Gore / al.com:
Alabama SGA warns groups: Protest Trump during LSU game, risk losing reserved seating  —  The Student Government Association at the University of Alabama is warning groups that protesting President Trump during the Tide's Saturday game vs. LSU could result in loss of reserved seating for the remainder of the season.
Joe DePaolo / Mediaite:
Bill Gates Goes After Warren on Wealth Tax, Won't Commit to Backing Her Over Trump: Voting for Whoever's ‘More Professional’  —  Wall Street has not been shy in expressing reservations over Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) presidential candidacy — given her desire to install a wealth tax.
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Washington Examiner:
The media protected Jeffrey Epstein and crucified Brett Kavanaugh
Craig Silverman / BuzzFeed News:
These Hugely Popular Local News Sites In The US And Canada Are Fake  —  Since 2004, more than 2,000 newspapers have closed in the United States, and many local news outlets are struggling to build a digital business.  But one remarkable success story is the Albany Daily News …
New York Times:
California Sues Facebook for Documents in Privacy Investigation  —  The state said Facebook had resisted or ignored dozens of requests for documents and internal correspondence about the company's handling of personal data.  —  WASHINGTON — California's attorney general on Wednesday …
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Mark Landler / New York Times:
A Not-So-Special Relationship: Facing Voters, Johnson Backs Away From Trump  —  Unpopular and unpredictable, President Trump is emerging as a problem for the British prime minister, Boris Johnson, in his election campaign.  —  LONDON — Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain spoke …
Discussion: The Guardian
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Jason Lemon / Newsweek:
Trump Spiritual Adviser Paula White Prays Against President's Opponents, Suggests They ‘Operate in Sorcery and Witchcraft’  —  President Donald Trump's personal spiritual adviser, Paula White, launched a prayer effort alongside other evangelical Christian leaders on Tuesday …
Discussion: DeadState
Associated Press:
Halperin's ‘How to Beat Trump’ sells 502 copies in 1st week  —  NEW YORK — Mark Halperin's first book since his career was upended by allegations of sexual harassment is clearly no “Game Change.”  —  “How to Beat Trump” sold just 502 copies in its first week.
Erica L. Green / New York Times:
Appeals Court Nominee Shaped DeVos's Illegal Loan Forgiveness Effort  —  Steven J. Menashi, who could be confirmed Thursday, helped devise an Education Department plan to use Social Security data to deny students debt relief, an effort that a judge ruled violated privacy laws.
John Bresnahan / Politico:
Trump's impeachment trial hinges on McConnell and Schumer  —  Mitch McConnell has already declared there's no question the Senate will acquit Donald Trump.  —  Chuck Schumer retorted that McConnell's comment “stepped over the line.”  —  And it will be up to these two party leaders to guide …
Discussion: The Hill
Justin Baragona / The Daily Beast:
Trump Book Author Admits He Screwed Up by Wrongly Claiming Obama Held ‘Political Correctness’ Meetings  —  Fox News promoted an excerpt of the book, initially claiming the Obama White House frustrated CIA officers with weekly “political correctness” meetings.
Taylor Lorenz / New York Times:
Thousands of College Kids Paid to Work for a Viral Party Kingpin.  What Could Go Wrong?  —  The chief executive of I'm Shmacked promises students Instagram fame, then silences them with threats.  —  For eight years, a digital media company called I'm Shmacked has posted viral videos of the college party scene.
 
 
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Hugh Hewitt / Washington Post:
The Senate must not legitimize the House's sham impeachment
Discussion: RealClearPolitics
Ramsey Touchberry / Newsweek:
Law firm representing whistleblower calls Trump Jr.'s speculation on client's identity ‘disgusting and reckless’
Bennett Minton / Washington Post:
A bright blue Virginia leaves the Confederacy behind
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Brian Faler / Politico:
Federal judge raises possibility of compromise in House Dems' suit for Trump's tax returns
Discussion: The Hill
Jeremy Barr / Hollywood Reporter:
Fox News Host Mark Levin Rallied, Fundraised for Virginia Political Candidate
James Comey / Washington Post:
Why our oldest law could drive impeachment
Discussion: Axios and Raw Story
WKYT-TV:
Libertarian Party says it's happy to cause ‘delicious tears from Bevin supporters’
Discussion: Fortune and Raw Story