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Sunday, July 23, 2017

RSN: Dan Rather | What Will It Take for the GOP to Abandon Trump?

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Dan Rather | What Will It Take for the GOP to Abandon Trump? 
Dan Rather. (photo: USA Today)
Dan Rather, Dan Rather's Facebook Page
Rather writes: "You get the feeling that this Russia story is a huge iceberg of which we are only seeing the tip, bobbing above the surface of public disclosure."
Defying Trump and Putin Congress Moves Broaden Sanctions
Mike DeBonis and Karoun Demirjian, The Washington Post
Excerpt: "A weeks-long impasse over imposing new financial sanctions on Iran and Russia was broken late Friday, with the House preparing to vote next week on a bill that would prevent President Trump from lifting measures against Moscow."
Can the President Be Indicted? A Long-Hidden Legal Memo Says Yes
Charlie Savage, The New York Times
Savage writes: "A newfound memo from Kenneth W. Starr's independent counsel investigation into President Bill Clinton sheds fresh light on a constitutional puzzle that is taking on mounting significance amid the Trump-Russia inquiry: Can a sitting president be indicted?"
Trump's Pick to Be FBI Director Refused to Rule Out Spying on American Muslims
Neema Singh Guliani, ACLU
Guliani writes: "With his nonresponses to congressional questions, Christopher Wray, President Trump's nominee to be FBI director, made the case for surveillance reform this week."
How Fake Cops Got $1.2 Million in Real Weapons
Eli Hager, The Marshall Project
Hager writes: "When you think of a federal sting operation involving weaponry and military gear, the Government Accountability Office doesn't immediately jump to mind."
Netanyahu's Message to the World: Accept Israel as It Is, Occupier and Settler
Aluf Benn, Haaretz
Benn writes: "Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's 'Budapest speech,' in which he urged Europe to stop supporting the Palestinians, was the clearest expression yet of his worldview."
The Road to Denial: Trump's New Communications Director Used to Be Right About Climate. Not Anymore.
Kate Yoder, Grist
Yoder writes: "In an appearance on CNN in December, Scaramucci noted that some scientists believe climate change is 'not happening.'"

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