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“Sond­land tried to ex­plain to me that Pres­i­dent Trump is a businessman,” Mr. Tay­lor said. “When a busi­ness­man is about to sign a check to some­one who owes him some­thing, he said, the busi­ness­man asks that person to pay up.”

Sub­poena issued to for­mer Rep. Pete Ses­sions about his deal­ings with Pres­i­dent Trump’s per­sonal lawyer and as­sociates

“What is im­me­di­ately strik­ing is that no one who has spo­ken in de­fense of the pres­i­dent, in­clud­ing his spokes­men, has said these words: “Don­ald Trump would never do that!” Or, “That would be un­like him!”

“What we know of the call un­der­scores Mr. Trump’s great­est flaw as Pres­i­dent, which is his po­lit­i­cal nar­cis­sism. Every de­ci­sion boils down to how it af­fects him or his re-elec­tion prospects.” - @WSJopinion ⁩

Pres­i­dent Trump in a July phone call re­peat­edly pres­sured the pres­i­dent of Ukraine to in­ves­ti­gate De­mo­c­ra­tic pres­i­den­tial can­di­date Joe Biden’s son, urg­ing Volodymyr Ze­len­sky about eight times to work with Rudy Giu­liani.” 8 TIMES!

“Mr. Manno is a sup­porter of Pres­i­dent Trump, but..isn’t wor­ried about a Sanders pres­i­dency..”If he be­came the pres­i­dent of the United States, we’d still be a free-mar­ket econ­omy, we would still have an army, we’d still have a 2d Amend­ment.”

Trump in a July phone call re­peat­edly pres­sured the pres­i­dent of Ukraine to in­ves­ti­gate De­mo­c­ra­tic pres­i­den­tial can­di­date Joe Biden’s son, urg­ing about eight times to work with Giu­liani on a probe

“She keeps go­ing be­cause she trusts only the pres­i­dent to de­liver her the news. ‘How else would I know what’s go­ing on?’” @MichaelCBender  spent time with the Front Row Joes, the diehard Trump fans who crisscross the country to attend his rallies.

Un­de­cided De­ms picked up on Harris’s fo­cus on Trump, based on more than two dozen in­ter­views. Those who said they‘d re­cently added her to their list of top choices said they liked her tough­ness and be­lieved she could take on the pres­i­dent.

“Un­less we re­ally solve the immi­gra­tion is­sue in a way that’s in­tel­li­gent and that re­spects human rights, the threat of tar­iffs will al­ways be present as long as Pres­i­dent Trump is in office.” Our story on the US-Mexico deal’s ominous dynamic

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1/ “Michael Co­hen, Don­ald Trump’s for­mer lawyer, will for the first time pub­licly ac­cuse the pres­i­dent of crim­i­nal con­duct while in of­fice re­lated to a hush-money pay­ment to a porn star.”

Pres­i­dent Trump per­son­ally di­rected an ef­fort in Feb­ruary to stop Stormy Daniels from pub­licly de­scrib­ing an al­leged sex­ual en­counter with him. He involved one of his sons, Eric, and an outside lawyer, Larry Rosen, in the push.

National Enquirer publisher AMI’s David Pecker, “pro­vided pros­e­cu­tors with de­tails about pay­ments Mr. Co­hen arranged with women who al­leged sex­ual en­coun­ters with Pres­i­dent Trump, in­clud­ing Mr. Trump’s knowl­edge of the deals.”

WSJ: “David Pecker, the chair­man of Amer­i­can Me­dia...pro­vided pros­e­cu­tors with de­tails about pay­ments Mr. Co­hen arranged with women who al­leged sex­ual en­coun­ters with Pres­i­dent Trump, in­clud­ing Mr. Trump’s knowl­edge of the deals.”

Trump has re­cently come to rely on Rosen­stein, the No. 2 at the Jus­tice De­part­ment whom the White House in­creas­ingly views as the No. 1, given the pres­i­dent’s dis­en­chant­ment with Ses­sions. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩

“the mat­ter is now in the hands of Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump and Pres­i­dent Xi Jin­ping...” At this point, it’s worth asking, when do we get to see the benefits of the President’s self-proclaimed negotiating skills?

Breaking: Pres­i­dent Trump’s le­gal team has been study­ing a 1990s fed­eral court rul­ing that could be the ba­sis for de­lay­ing, lim­it­ing or avoid­ing an in­ter­view with spe­cial coun­sel Robert Mueller

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