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James Comey bungled Hillary Clinton investigation. Then started sketchy Trump probe. Then did a dossier-based, Moscow hookers, J. Edgar Hoover-style 'we know about you' routine with Trump before Trump became president... 1/4

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"I make a very serious statement about defending our country. I am making a very serious statement that we don't want to engage in a military confrontation. But we won't blink to defend our territory."

“Since Trump’s inauguration, a Washington Post analysis shows that nearly 40 percent of the 241 Republicans who were in office in January 2017 are gone or leaving because of election losses, retirements... and some...who are simply quitting in disgust.”

Correction: No costing on the cell phone bill promise. Reporters travelling with the campaign report the tax cut would cost $2.9-billion, the total cost by 2023-24 is $5.6-billion.

Stranger Things theory predicts gruesome end for season 1 character

“Senior administration officials said that the president has been known to affect an Indian accent and imitate Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi”

Trump calls Egypt's Sisi his 'favorite dictator.' I believe the United States should stand for human rights, especially with governments that receive large amounts of US aid, as Egypt does. All people have the right to protest for a better future. Sisi should respect that right.

Since 1980, the United States has suffered $1.7 trillion in cumulative damages from natural disasters. Forecasts suggests climate change could reduce global economic output by anywhere from 7% to more than 20% by 2100.

The Endangered Species Act is one of the best tools we have to apply science towards recovering at-risk species and our environment at large. It must be protected. #StopExtinction 

Our Andrew Wilder writes that negotiators could use the setback in U.S. talks with the Taliban to clarify strategy and then “urgently get the peace process back on track before too much momentum is lost.”

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