Check out Mini-memeorandum for simple mobiles or memeorandum Mobile for modern smartphones.
2:40 PM ET, November 15, 2019

memeorandum

 Top Items: 
New York Times:
Roger Stone Is Found Guilty in Trial That Revived Trump-Russia Saga  —  Mr. Stone, a longtime informal adviser to President Trump, obstructed one of Congress's Russia investigations and lied to lawmakers.  —  WASHINGTON — Roger J. Stone Jr., a former aide and longtime friend of President Trump …
RELATED:
Ken Dilanian / NBC News:
Trump's honesty was on trial in the Roger Stone case.  The verdict was harsh.  —  Analysis: If prosecutors at Roger Stone's trial believed Trump was telling the truth about hacked emails and WikiLeaks, it wasn't evident in the courtroom.  —  WASHINGTON — In his final statement to the jury …
ABC News:
Roger Stone found guilty on all 7 counts  —  President Donald Trump's longtime friend and onetime campaign adviser, Roger Stone, was convicted in the only remaining case from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.  —  Jurors have returned a guilty verdict on all of seven counts including five counts …
Washington Post:
Roger Stone guilty on all counts in federal trial of lying to Congress, witness tampering  —  A federal jury has convicted longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone of lying to Congress and tampering with a witness about his efforts to learn about the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks release …
CNN:
Trump associate Roger Stone found guilty of lies that protected Trump
Discussion: Axios
Jennifer Rubin / Washington Post:
Marie Yovanovitch becomes a victim of Trump's thuggishness again in real time  —  House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.) began the second day of impeachment hearings calmly and methodically reviewing the career of former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, highlighting her anti-corruption credentials.
RELATED:
BuzzFeed News:   Twitter Has Suspended Several Accounts Responsible For Spreading “I Hired Donald Trump To Fire People Like Yovanovitch”
Axios:
Read Adam Schiff's opening statement in the Yovanovitch impeachment hearing
Discussion: Washington Post and Breitbart
Rebecca Davis O'Brien / Wall Street Journal:
WSJ News Exclusive |  Federal Prosecutors Probe Giuliani's Links to Ukrainian Energy Projects  —  Federal prosecutors in New York are investigating whether Rudy Giuliani stood to personally profit from a Ukrainian natural-gas business pushed by two associates who also aided his efforts …
RELATED:
Bloomberg:
Giuliani Faces U.S. Probe on Campaign Finance, Lobbying Breaches  — Probe of lawyer presents a threat to Trump's presidency  — Giuliani has become a central figure in impeachment inquiry  —  Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, is being investigated …
Lachlan Markay / The Daily Beast:
Transcript Shows WH Made Up Details of Trump's Zelensky Call  —  The transcript released on Friday doesn't even mention the word “corruption.”  —  The release of the transcript of President Donald Trump's first call in April with Ukrainain president-elect Volodomyr Zelensky was meant …
Discussion: Political Wire
RELATED:
The Daily Beast:
The Conspiracy Theory So Far Out There Even Trump's Biggest Defenders Are Walking Away From It  —  When President Donald Trump brought up the word “Crowdstrike” on his now-infamous July 25 phone call with Ukraine's president, he caused some head-scratching in Kyiv.
Discussion: The Hill, Breitbart and Politico
Fareed Zakaria / Washington Post:
Zelensky planned to announce Trump's ‘quo’ on my show.  Here's what happened.  —  The phrase “quid pro quo” is usually translated as “something for something.”  In the case of President Trump's communications with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, it appears that the “quo” …
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Why Fox News has gone wobbly on anti-Semitism  —  Circumstances have conspired to create a once-in-a-lifetime laboratory test for the integrity of Fox News.  The results aren't encouraging.  —  Sample No. 1: In October 2018, Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch appeared on the Fox Business show …
RELATED:
Justin Baragona / The Daily Beast:
Hannity Predicts Marie Yovanovitch Will Cry ‘on Cue’ at Hearing  —  “I would say apparently she cried and the Democrats are apparently hoping she will cry again tomorrow,” Hannity asserted on the eve of her testimony.  —  On the eve of Friday's open impeachment hearing featuring former U.S. Ambassador …
Discussion: Politico, ABC News, CNN, The Hill and Contemptor
NBC News:
New Warren plan splits Medicare for All into two bills, preserves private plans at first  —  WASHINGTON — Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., released her plan for transitioning the country to a Medicare For All health care system Friday, splitting the effort into two legislative pushes …
RELATED:
New York Times:
Elizabeth Warren Vows to Expand Health Coverage in First 100 Days
Discussion: Team Warren
Wall Street Journal:
How Google Interferes With Its Search Algorithms and Changes Your Results  —  The internet giant uses blacklists, algorithm tweaks and an army of contractors to shape what you see  —  Every minute, an estimated 3.8 million queries are typed into Google, prompting its algorithms to spit …
Nicole Gaouette / CNN:
Trump hikes price tag for US forces in Korea almost 500% as Seoul questions alliance  —  Washington (CNN)Secretary of Defense Mark Esper landed in South Korea on Thursday to navigate renewed threats from an “enraged” North Korea and newly heightened strain in the alliance with Seoul that congressional aides …
Barbara Ortutay / Associated Press:
Twitter details political ads ban, issue ads allowed  —  Twitter says its new ban on political ads will cover appeals for votes, solicitations for campaign contributions and any political content.  —  Twitter is defining political content to include any ad that references a candidate …
Grace Segers / CBS News:
Maryland congressman condemns “moral degeneration” of GOP behavior in impeachment inquiry  —  Congressman Jamie Raskin is condemning the “moral degeneration” of Republicans in his assessment of their conduct during the impeachment inquiry of President Trump.
Ian Mohr / Page Six:
Donald Trump Jr.'s book sales may have been boosted by bulk buys  —  Donald Trump Jr.'s new book hit No. 1 on the New York Times best-seller list this week — “but with a big caveat,” book insiders noted.  —  The tome, “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants To Silence Us,” shot to the top of the Times' nonfiction list.
Discussion: The Guardian, Boing Boing and Raw Story
Brett Samuels / The Hill:
Trump files to dismiss lawsuit from Bolton aide on impeachment testimony  —  President Trump on Thursday moved to dismiss a lawsuit filed by an aide to former national security adviser John Bolton who was seeking a ruling on whether he must comply with a congressional subpoena to testify in the House impeachment inquiry.
RELATED:
The Moscow Times:
Russia Lands Forces at Former U.S. Air Base in Northern Syria  —  Russia landed attack helicopters and troops at a sprawling air base in northern Syria vacated by U.S. forces, the Russian Defense Ministry's Zvezda TV channel said on Friday.  —  Armed Russian military police were shown …
RealClearInvestigations:
The Brennan Dossier: All About a Prime Mover of Russiagate  —  In the waning days of the Obama administration, the U.S. intelligence community produced a report saying Russian President Vladimir Putin had tried to swing the 2016 election to Donald Trump.  —  The January 2017 report …
The New York Times Company:
Elaina Plott Joining Politics  —  A gifted long-form writer and a high-metabolism reporter, Elaina Plott has covered the White House for The Atlantic.  Read more in this note from Patrick Healy.  —  I'm pleased to announce that Elaina Plott of The Atlantic is joining the Politics desk of The Times to cover the 2020 campaign.
CNN:
Trump talks Russia probe audit with attorney general and White House counsel in Oval Office meeting  —  (CNN)President Donald Trump met with Attorney General William Barr and White House counsel Pat Cipollone in an Oval Office meeting Thursday afternoon in which the so-called Horowitz report came …
Washington Post:
Trump's Washington hotel has fallen behind competitors, with rooms running nearly half empty, marketing materials show  —  President Trump's Washington hotel has fallen well behind competing properties despite continuing to charge among the highest rates in the city, according …
 
 
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of memeorandum at 2:40 PM ET, November 15, 2019.

View the current page or another snapshot:


 
 See Also: 
memeorandum: site main
memeorandum River: reverse chronological memeorandum
memeorandum Mobile: for phones
memeorandum Leaderboard: memeorandum's top sources
 
 Subscribe: 
memeorandum RSS feed
memeorandum on Twitter
 
 
 More Items: 
Alex Horton / Washington Post:
Police knew a war veteran was a U.S. citizen. ICE detained him anyway.
Discussion: TheBlaze and New York Post
Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar / Associated Press:
White House seeks disclosure of actual health care prices
Discussion: Politico
Philip Rotner / The Bulwark:
The GOP Rolls Out Trump's “It Wasn't Me” Defense
Discussion: Raw Story
Matthew Brown / Associated Press:
Court rules Trump EPA unlawfully ignored dangerous chemicals
Discussion: The Hill
Shane Goldmacher / New York Times:
Bloomberg Will Spend $100 Million on Anti-Trump Online Ad Blitz
Discussion: Breitbart and The Hill
 Earlier Items: 
John Bresnahan / Politico:
Trump lays off Republican Ukraine critics
Discussion: Vanity Fair and Raw Story
Molly O'Toole / Los Angeles Times:
Asylum officers rebel against Trump policies they say are immoral and illegal
Discussion: BORDER/LINES
Reed Richardson / Mediaite:
House Ethics Committee Releases Emails Showing Rep. Rashida Tlaib Soliciting Campaign Funds for Personal Use
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Washington Post:
The Policies  —  BLAME GAME: President Trump has so far failed …
Gabriel Sherman / Vanity Fair:
“George Gets All His Power From You”: Kellyanne Caught in West Wing Cross Fire as George Goes Full Resistance
Jamelle Bouie / New York Times:
Stephen Miller's Sinister Syllabus
Washington Post:
Two N.C. Republicans could lose their districts under new GOP-drawn congressional map