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Trump asked Ukraine president to investigate Joe Biden's son eight times in one phone call: report

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This is a much more honest description of what's going on than all the conservative commentary straining to articulate first principles

. @barbarastarrcnn ⁩: The Pentagon's 2 most senior figures were so angry about Trump's unprecedented attack on senior military leadership earlier this month that they got on the phone with the White House chief of staff to express their dismay

@SecPompeo : The State Department has been a strong voice for religious freedom in China and around the world and has taken steps to hold those who abuse the faithful responsible for their actions. We will continue to do so.

Lindsey Graham goes on Hannity to ask for campaign donations to support his fight for a Supreme Court confirmation before the election, pointing out to viewers that he is being out raised in his Senate re-election

“I just couldn’t sleep,” Max Kennedy, Jr., said, of what he witnessed while working on President Trump’s coronavirus task force. “I was so distressed and disturbed by what I’d seen.”

Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.): “The nominee’s going to be supported by every Republican in the Judiciary Committee.” There is no nominee as yet, but the committee in charge has apparently already signed off before confirmation hearings.

Trump is bragging about a tank factory in Lima, Ohio. @DavidCloudLAT  went there two years ago to write about how the government is building tanks that the Army said it doesn't need.

Biden to WBAY won’t say whether he’d consider court packing. “It’s a legitimate question, but let me tell you why I’m not going answer that q.Bc it will shift the focus, that’s what he wants, he never wants to talk about the issue at hand & he always tries to change the subject.”

They should actually just do the confirmation vote Wednesday and then reveal the identity of the nominee on Thursday.

Republican senators Chuck Grassley and Cory Gardner both signaled they support moving forward with Trump's Supreme Court nominee

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