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RSN: Juan Cole | Trump's Fascist Weakness Mars Poland Diatribe

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Juan Cole | Trump's Fascist Weakness Mars Poland Diatribe
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walk to the podium at Krasinski Square in Warsaw, Poland, July 6, 2017. (photo: Carlos Barria/Reuters)
Juan Cole, Informed Comment
Cole writes: "Donald Trump's speech in Poland may have attempted to camouflage its Fascist undertones with some Nazi-bashing, but no one will be fooled. The speech was probably shaped by alt-Neo-Nazi Steve Bannon, White House strategist and enabler of the white supremacist roll of toilet paper known as Breitbart."
At G-20, Trump Jokes With Putin, Provokes Trade War With Europe
Michael Birnbaum and Damian Paletta, The Washington Post
Excerpt: "The growing international isolation of the United States under President Trump was starkly apparent Friday as the leaders of major world economies mounted a nearly united opposition front against Washington on issues ranging from climate to free trade."
Trump Declares War on Leakers
Ali Watkins and Josh Dawsey, Politico
Excerpt: "National security officials across the federal government say they are seeing new restrictions on who can access sensitive information, fueling fears in the intelligence and security community that the Trump administration has stepped up a stealthy operation to smoke out leakers."
Indigenous Journalist Faces Prosecution for Covering DAPL Resistance
Excerpt: "An Indigenous journalist, widely known for reporting on resistance at the Standing Rock camp against the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL), is due to face trial for his work, the independent press organization Shadowproof reported."
Resigning Ethics Director Says Trump Businesses Appear to Profit From Presidency
Talal Ansari, BuzzFeed
Ansari writes: "The director of the US Office of Government Ethics, who has clashed with the Trump administration over conflicts of interest, resigned Thursday in a signed letter to President Donald Trump."
El Salvador: Teenage Rape Victim Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison After Stillbirth
Al Jazeera
Excerpt: "A 19-year-old rape survivor has been sentenced to 30 years in prison in El Salvador after she suffered a stillbirth due to complications during her pregnancy."
At G20, World Leaders Set to Move on Climate Without US
E. A. Crunden, ThinkProgress
Crunden writes: "World leaders at this weekend's G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany are expected to issue a statement on climate change that will see the United States further isolated from the rest of the globe."

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