Opinion: Trump’s Taliban invite is one of the most shameful moments of his presidency

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Giuliani is a man with a plan: provide cover for Trump

"It is not normal practice for any American politician to do his or her opposition research on their opponent with the auspices and help of a foreign government." - Rep. Gerry Connolly reacts to reports of Pres. Trump pressuring Ukraine's President to investigate Joe Biden's son

What if: @realDonaldTrump  called Putin & threatened to withhold $1 b in US aid if Putin didn't immediately fire the Russian prosecutor investigating company connected to Trump's son? #SubstitutionGame 

Have I missed it? Or have *any* of these 53 people, who unlike the other 330 million of us have the power to do something about abuse of power, said anything whatsoever about the IG / Ukraine news?

We're sending troops to defend the oil of the country that murdered and dismembered WITH A BONE SAW a US-based Washington Post columnist less than one year ago.

Australian journalist visiting the U.S. sees it. "Watching just one press conference from Otay Mesa helped me understand how the process of reporting about this president can mask and normalise his full and alarming incoherence." via @brianstelter 

New reports about Trump's calls with the Ukrainian president may have irreversibly pushed him into the impeachment hot zone, @PeterWSJ  writes:

Greta Thunberg: "Why should we study for a future that is being taken away from us?... Some people say we should study to become climate scientists or politicians, so that we can, in the future, solve the climate crisis. But by then, it will be too late. We need to do this now."

“For the president to use congressionally appropriated military aid as leverage to pressure another government to investigate one of his potential opponents in the 2020 election is a blatant misuse of power.” ~ @washingtonpost ⁩