Thursday, July 26, 2018


Republicans have back-peddled and said that for now they will hold Rod Rosenstein in contempt of Congress instead of trying to impeach him as they announced yesterday...but that after their 5-week recess all cards will be off the table if need be. This is huge part of the problem...Republicans for some reason fear doing what needs to be done.

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Trump and EU officials agree to work toward 'zero tariff' deal

Trump and Juncker’s remarks represent a step back from potential trade war after weeks of stalemate, but were short of detail 

House Republicans Mount a Long-Shot Bid to Impeach Rod Rosenstein

WASHINGTON — A group of House Republicans escalated their feud with the deputy attorney general, Rod J. Rosenstein, on Wednesday, introducing articles of impeachment in a long-shot bid to oust the official overseeing the special counsel inquiry into Russian election interference.

The move was seen as much as a political maneuver as an act of congressional oversight. The group of 11, led by Representatives Mark Meadows of North Carolina and Jim Jordan of Ohio, would need the support of a majority of the House and two-thirds of the Senate to convict Mr. Rosenstein. The resolution they filed does not require the entire House to vote before Congress adjourns for its summer recess on Friday.

But it could provide President Trump with more ammunition to attack Mr. Rosenstein, who has been in Mr. Trump’s cross hairs since he appointed the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, to investigate Russia’s plot to manipulate the 2016 presidential election and whether any Trump associates were complicit.

Republican lawmakers have been sparring with Mr. Rosenstein for months. They accuse the Justice Department of being less than forthcoming with documents related to several of its most sensitive investigations, including the Russia inquiry.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Bulldozes Another Narrative About Russia

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Bulldozes Another Narrative About Russia
After months of speculation President Trump would recognize Russia's annexation of Crimea as legitimate, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo bulldozed that narrative during testimony in front of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday afternoon.

"On the subject of Russia, I want to bring something to your attention right off the bat today. Today the Trump administration is releasing what we're calling the Crimea Declaration," Pompeo said.

"I want to show this committee that the United States does not, and will not recognize the Kremlin's annexation of Crimea," Pompeo continued. "There will be no relief of Crimea-related sanctions until Russia returns control of the Crimean peninsula to Ukraine.”
Nikki Haley: “Palestinian leadership has been allowed to live in a false reality for too long”

By Christine Douglass-Williams / Jihad Watch

Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the UN, delivered a hard hitting speech to Tuesday’s meeting of the Security Council on the Middle East, questioning the fundamental commitment of Arab states to securing progress for the Palestinians. Haley, unlike other Western leaders, is calling out the propaganda spread by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and […]

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They did it to themselves. They destroyed the very thing that made it great. Policing us, silencing us, anti-Israel, pro-jihad – they deserve a major taking down. Fascists in flip flops.
Tech stocks set to crater on Thursday with Facebook on track for biggest drop ever                                                                                          |CNBC
The tech-heavy Nasdaq was set for a big down day Thursday after disappointing quarterly results from Facebook sent the social media giant hurtling toward its biggest share price decline ever and on track to lose more than $125 billion in market value.

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Developing now, Thursday, July 26, 2018
  • A group of House Republicans has introduced articles of impeachment against Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein
  • President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen secretly recorded a conversation with CNN's Chris Cuomo and admitted to deciding, on his own, to pay porn star Stormy Daniels, according to one report  
  • Secretary of State Mike Pompeo battled both Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Russia and NATO in a tense hearing Wednesday, insisting President Trump has been tougher on the Kremlin than previous administrations
  • President Trump announced a 'new phase' in the relationship between the United States and European Union as both sides agreed to a cease-fire in a growing trade war
  • The Trump administration faces a deadline Thursday to reunite migrant children with their families
  • TUNE IN: Sean Hannity will talk to Roseanne Barr in an exclusive interview on 'Hannity' Thursday at 9 p.m. ET