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William Boardman | American Wonderland: Trump World Is Much Stranger Than It Seems 
Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a rally. (photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) 
William Boardman, Reader Supported News 
Boardman writes: "When was the last time we had a sitting president and a former FBI director calling each other liars? And something like 100 percent of the population seems to believe that at least one of the accused liars is a real liar. That's the new American normal." 
Justice Department Lawyers Argue Trump Can Accept Payments From Foreign Governments 
Brandon Carter, The Hill 
Carter writes: "Lawyers for the Justice Department are arguing that President Trump isn't violating a Constitutional provision that bars federal officials from accepting payments from foreign governments because the clause doesn't apply to certain transactions." 
Anti-Muslim Rallies Across US Denounced by Civil Rights Groups 
Sabrina Siddiqui, Guardian UK 
Siddiqui writes: "A wave of anti-Muslim rallies will sweep nearly 30 cities across America on Saturday, in a move by far-right activists that has drawn sharp criticism from civil rights groups and inspired counter-protests nationwide." 
The Cloud Over Jeff Sessions' Head Just Got Darker 
Chris Smith, Vanity Fair 
Smith writes: "Inside the jam-packed Senate Judiciary Committee hearing room, Jim Comey's blunt words set off audible squalls of shock: 'The president chose to defame me.' Wow, murmured the press. 'Those were lies, plain and simple.' Uhnnn, gasped the tiny group of civilians seated in the back of the room." 
In One of the Nation's Most Conservative Places, a Sanctuary City 
Josue Rivas, YES! Magazine 
Rivas writes: "This was my first home in the U.S. after my mom brought me here as a child. I remember a vibrant Fourth Street, a hub for all Mexican-related things, from homemade tortillas to traditional music." 
Palestinians in Gaza Mark 50 Years of Israeli Occupation 
Hamza Abu Eltarabesh, The Electronic Intifada 
Eltarabesh writes: "Sarah Ayoub was baking bread. She was putting a loaf into a clay oven when she heard the explosions.That was on 5 June 1967, the day Israel declared war against Egypt." 
Trump's FBI Nominee Has Ties to Exxon 
Dave Anderson, Energy and Policy Institute 
Anderson writes: "Christopher Wray, President Trump's nominee for FBI director, advised corporate clients on how to avoid 'being in the crosshairs' of law enforcement at a 2015 legal forum where investigations by state attorneys general into whether ExxonMobil misled investors and the public about climate change were a topline issue." 

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