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Trump's the "wicked witch of the West Wing," says Anthony Scaramucci, predicting an eventual mass defection of the President's allies. "Once the water gets thrown on this guy and the perceived power that he has...melts, those people will be like, 'I don't know what I was doing.'"

Farmers in the rural Midwest say they're struggling to make ends meet amid President Trump's ongoing trade war. "Instead we chose to insult our trade allies, pick all sorts of fights," one farmer in Iowa says.

Longtime allies Nancy Pelosi and Jerry Nadler are increasingly in conflict over the push to oust President Trump

A Tough Sell: “All will be challenged to accept a Trump assessment of what occurred in the attack on Saudi oil facilities,” former US official & #Iran  deal negotiator says, citing President's “little credibility with Congress, allies and partners.”

President Trump has alienated key allies by unilaterally pulling out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran and re-imposing sanctions. Saudi Arabia has already been unable to enlist allies to protect shipping in the region from Iranian attacks.

U.S. President Donald Trump says "we don’t need Middle Eastern oil and gas" but will "help our allies" after attacks on Saudi oil plants impact production

At this dangerous moment, President Trump has few options, few allies, a depleted national security team and little credibility

President Trump sent mixed signals, saying the U.S. is "locked and loaded" to respond while later tweeting that the U.S. didn't need Mideast oil, "but will help our Allies!"

New polling reveals President Trump's disparagement of U.S. allies remains a bridge too far for most Americans — and it should remain so, argue @IvoHDaalder  and ⁦Jane Harman of @TheWilsonCenter 

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President Trump’s personal and professional sloppiness is a security risk—even among allies.

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It begins by seeding the ground with a falsehood: "They spied on the Trump campaign." It's then promoted by the President, who echoes the falsehood. Then his allies call to investigate the falsehood. This is how propaganda works. It is also how democracy dies, one lie at a time.

. “This is President Trump trying to deliver on his promises while the bureaucratic machine fights his agenda. He needs populist allies. These changes are not chaos, but rather progress. All this is President Trump at his absolute best.” Thank you Steve!

While Republicans sleep: A rising tide of authoritarianism sweeps over capitals in Turkey and the Philippines, in Hungary and Poland, in far right parties in Germany, France and Austria. And President Trump cozies up to Putin and shuns our NATO allies. Wake up! Do your jobs.

Trump today acknowledged U.S. allies have urged him not to release highly sensitive material, but left open the possibility that he will do so anyway to undermine the Mueller investigation. How sad it falls to our allies to talk the President out of damaging national security.

Today, in a 97-2 vote, the Senate sent an overwhelming message to President Trump to stand by our NATO allies and to stand against President Putin.

In less than 48 hours, Trump has mocked the British Prime Minister, insulted the German Chancellor, undercut our NATO allies, and been rebuked by the French President. It is an absolute disgrace for the United States, but a big win for Putin.

The Senate Intelligence Committee found what is obvious to all impartial observers: Russia meddled in the 2016 election to hurt Clinton and help Trump. It was clear in January 2017, and the evidence has only grown stronger since. Only the President and his allies deny it.

And before Trump allies dismiss this as a joke, it must be taken with Trump’s praise for other authoritarians in Russia, Philippines and beyond. No other modern American president has done this.

If the AG bends to pressure from President Trump and his allies, and appoints a special counsel to investigate Trump’s vanquished rival, it could spell the end of the DOJ as an independent institution.

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