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7:25 PM ET, August 10, 2022

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William M. Arkin / Newsweek:
Exclusive: An Informer Told the FBI What Docs Trump Was Hiding, and Where  —  The raid on Mar-a-Lago was based largely on information from an FBI confidential human source, one who was able to identify what classified documents former President Trump was still hiding and even the location of those documents …
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Aaron Rupar / Public Notice:
Tweets that have aged extremely poorly, FBI executes search warrant at Mar-a-Lago edition  —  Not so long ago Republicans pretended to care about how classified information is handled.  —  Republicans are now angrily opposed to the FBI investigating presidential candidates.
Victoria Marshall / The Federalist:
Trump Is The Only Possible GOP Candidate For 2024  —  There are several undeniable conclusions one should reach about the FBI's raid on former President Donald Trump's Florida home.  —  First, the FBI and Department of Justice are notoriously corrupt and filled with partisan actors (although this has been obvious for quite some time).
John Sexton / HotAir:
Breaking: DOJ source calls raid a ‘spectacular backfire,’ claims AG Garland didn't approve it  —  Newsweek just published an exclusive report based on anonymous DOJ sources which claims the FBI had a confidential source at Mar-a-Lago, one who informed them that Trump was hiding documents and even specified where they could be found.
Sara Boboltz / HuffPost:
Trump Made It A Felony To Mishandle Classified Documents In 2018
Jonah E. Bromwich / New York Times:
Trump and James sat across from each other for hours as he said ‘same answer’ again and again.  —  The New York State attorney general, Letitia James, sat across from Donald J. Trump as he repeatedly declined to answer questions, invoking his right against self-incrimination during a deposition on Wednesday …
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Associated Press:
Trump says he took the Fifth Amendment in NY investigation  —  Donald Trump invoked the Fifth Amendment and wouldn't answer questions under oath in the New York attorney general's long-running civil investigation into his business dealings, the former president said in a statement Wednesday.
New York Times:
Trump has long used a strategy of portraying himself as the victim of persecution.  —  Trump declines to answer questions in New York deposition, invoking his right against self-incrimination.  —  Donald J. Trump declined to answer questions from the New York state attorney general's office on Wednesday …
Laura Italiano / Insider:
Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, and Donald Trump, Jr. have all been deposed by NY's attorney general's office — now what?
Discussion: Raw Story
David Gilbert / VICE:
Far-Right Extremists Are Violently Threatening the Trump Search-Warrant Judge  —  “Let's find out if he has children... where they go to school, where they live... EVERYTHING,” one person wrote on a message board where the judge's address was posted.  —  David Gilbert
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Colin Kalmbacher / Law & Crime:
Federal Magistrate Judge Orders DOJ to Respond to Media and Non-Profit Requests to Unseal Trump Search Warrant
Discussion: The Daily Wire and Judicial Watch
New York Times:
Seizure of Congressman's Phone Is Latest Sign of Escalating Election Inquiry  —  The F.B.I.'s seizure of Representative Scott Perry's phone this week was at least the third major action in recent months taken in connection with an escalating federal investigation into efforts by several close allies …
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Politico:
Why Scott Perry stands out in the FBI's investigations of Trump allies  —  Scott Perry, who said this week that the FBI had seized his cell phone, has publicly tied the agency's actions to its search of Donald Trump's home in Mar-a-Lago.  There's no evidence the two are directly connected …
U.S. Department of Justice:
Member of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Charged with Plot to Murder the Former National Security Advisor  —  Defendant Worked on Behalf of the IRGC to Hire Persons in the United States to Carry Out the Murder, Likely in Retaliation for the January 2020 Death of Qasem Soleimani
Charles C. W. Cooke / National Review:
Bored to Death by Trump  —  Sooner or later, every last thing in American life becomes about the former president.  It's incredibly tedious.  —  I  —  am inordinately bored of Donald Trump.  —  I'm bored of the man himself.  I'm bored of his opponents.  I'm bored of his supporters.
Associated Press:
Biden begins summer vacation with family in South Carolina  —  President Joe Biden left Washington on Wednesday to begin what is expected to be at least a seven-day vacation in South Carolina with members of his family.  Biden, accompanied by first lady Jill Biden, departed the White House …
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Rebecca Shabad / NBC News:
Biden to sign bill to expand benefits for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits
Jennifer Shutt / The States:
Biden signs landmark bill aiding veterans exposed to burn pits overseas
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Alex Thompson / Politico:
Biden gets some closure  —  Welcome to POLITICO's West Wing Playbook, your guide to the people and power centers in the Biden administration.  With help from Allie Bice.  —  President JOE BIDEN arrived in South Carolina on Wednesday afternoon for a family vacation on Kiawah Island.
Emma James / Daily Mail:
EXCLUSIVE: Rosite gets CANCELED!  Sesame Place removes all traces of character from park after black family launched $25m lawsuit claiming ‘racist’ mascot intentionally ignored their kids  — Attractions and restaurants attributed to the Rosita character have reportedly been closed since the incident
Discussion: Metro.co.uk
George F. Will / Washington Post:
Josh Hawley, senator-as-symptom of a broken news business  —  Like an infant feeling ignored and seeking attention by banging his spoon on his highchair tray, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) last week cast the only vote against admitting Finland and Sweden to NATO.
Oliver Darcy / CNN:
Media critic Margaret Sullivan to depart The Washington Post  —  New York (CNN Business)Media critic Margaret Sullivan is retiring her acclaimed column and leaving The Washington Post this month.  —  “Working at the legendary Washington Post has been one of the greatest privileges of my life …
Meryl Kornfield / Washington Post:
Two Ind. officers suspended after arresting man thought to be anti-police  —  Two Indiana officers were suspended after a stunning courtroom revelation that police thought a potential town council candidate was anti-police and arrested him, stopping him from running for office.
Discussion: Raw Story
Elisabetta Povoledo / New York Times:
In Italy, Where Pizza Was Born, Domino's Bows Out  —  The company entered the Italian market in 2015, but seems to have been done in by a proliferation of home-delivery food during the pandemic and a desire for more artisanal pies.  —  ROME — It turns out that Italians don't necessarily like pineapple on their pizza, after all.
Bassem Mroue / Associated Press:
US: Syrian government is holding American journalist Tice  —  President Joe Biden said Wednesday the U.S. is certain that the Syrian government is holding American journalist Austin Tice, who went missing in the war-torn country a decade ago.  He urged Damascus to help bring Tice back home.
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The White House:
Statement by President Biden on the Ten-Year Anniversary of Austin Tice's Captivity
Discussion: The Guardian
Pamela Wood / The Baltimore Banner:
One of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's top political allies teased the possibility of the governor making a run for president in 2024 as an independent candidate.  —  Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, speaking on WBAL Radio Wednesday morning, lamented the polarization of the country's two main political parties.
Tech Transparency Project:
Facebook Profits from White Supremacist Groups  —  White supremacists continue to have a home on Facebook—and the platform is generating ad revenue off them.  —  Facebook is failing to remove white supremacist groups and is often profiting from searches for them on its platform …
Discussion: The Hill and UPI
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Naomi Nix / Washington Post:
Facebook bans hate speech but still makes money from white supremacists
Discussion: The Verge
David Wasserman / Cook Political Report:
Herrera Beutler Loss Moves WA-03 from Solid to Lean Republican  —  On Tuesday, pro-impeachment GOP Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA-03) conceded defeat in Washington's top-two primary, a crushing loss for the House GOP's thinning moderate ranks.  Democratic auto repair shop owner Marie Gluesenkamp …
Discussion: The Hill
Zach Williams / New York Post:
Gov. Kathy Hochul jokes about Jews fleeing to Florida, pokes at Ron DeSantis during Holocaust event  —  Gov. Kathy Hochul sounded like a bad Borscht Belt comedian at a bill signing tied to Holocaust education in schools Wednesday as she tried to land a joke at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' expense.
 
 
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Why I'm glad my colleagues in Congress are finally taking UFOs more seriously
Discussion: HotAir
Jacob Kornbluh / The Forward:
Anti-Israel comedian slated to appear at fundraiser for NY congressional candidate
Discussion: The Village Sun
New York Times:
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Houston Chronicle:
Most efforts to ban books in Texas schools came from 1 politician and GOP pressure, not parents
Bryan Schott / Salt Lake Tribune:
What Utah's members of Congress are saying about the FBI raid on Trump
Washington Post:
Crimea airfield blast was work of Ukrainian special forces, official says
Cook Political Report:
Trump's Grip on GOP Remains Strong, but “Red Wave” Looking Smaller
Discussion: Reading Eagle and pjmedia.com