White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci said Wednesday night that he plans to contact the FBI and Justice Department regarding a leak of his financial disclosure.
"In light of the leak of my financial disclosure info which is a felony. I will be contacting [FBI] and the [Justice Department]," Scaramucci wrote on Twitter.
On Tuesday I asked a question: Is Reince Priebus The Next One Forced To Resign?
Answer: Watch Twitter
Now everyone who said Scaramucci was smoother or some kind of upgrade over Spicer understands how horribly wrong they were. - Lawrence O'Donnell
The World Is A Safer Place Without
- US-backed Syrian rebels take control of over nearly half of Raqqa
- US Pacific Fleet commander: I'd launch nuclear strike against China if Trump ordered it
- Russia ready to work with non-NATO states that border the Baltic: Putin
- Russian Spies Used Facebook To Trick Macron Allies: Report
“We’re going to kill all of you, we’re going to kill every one of you f--king Muslims.” - Amber Hensley - a CPA in Fargo, ND.
No Modifications To Military Transgender Policy Until Orders Are Received
There will be “no modifications” to the military’s transgender policy as a result of President Donald Trump’s tweets, the chairman of the joint chiefs said in a message to top military officers on Thursday..."There will be no modifications to the current policy until the President's direction has been received by the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary has issued implementation guidance."
Sullen Jeff Sessions Scrolls Through Minority Incarceration Statistics To Cheer Self Up. - The Onion
Jeff Sessions Accelerates The War On Gay People
On Wednesday, the Department of Justice filed an amicus brief in the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals arguing that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not prohibit discrimination against gay and bisexual employees. The DOJ’s brief was not solicited by the court or any party to the case. Rather, in an unusual move, the Trump administration elected to weigh in with an aggressively anti-gay stance, arguing that gay Americans have no protection against workplace discrimination under federal law. Its decision is unsurprising in light of Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ vigorous opposition to LGBTQ rights.
Real Men aren't afraid of Transgender Americans. - John Fugelsang
Eleven personal trips this year by Trump to Mar-A-Lago: $29 million
Medical services for transgender people in the military: $8.4 million - Michael Skolnik
Trump's Revenge On Alaska
President Donald Trump isn't going to just let Sen. Lisa Murkowski's no vote on Tuesday's health care motion go.
Early Wednesday, Trump took to Twitter to express displeasure with Murkowski's vote. By that afternoon, each of Alaska's two Republican senators had received a phone call from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke letting them know the vote had put Alaska's future with the administration in jeopardy.
- Warfare in the West Wing breaks into the open as Scaramucci takes aim at Priebus
- Senate Judiciary Chair warns Trump: My committee won't consider any new attorney general nominees this year
- Sarah Huckabee Sanders Wouldn't Tell a 9-Year-Old Boy How Much Cash Trump Makes
- Conway Rails Against Leakers Who Think 'It's Cute And It Makes Them Popular'
- Melania Trump coming to Toronto for Invictus Games
- The Strangest Winner In Senate GOP’s Obamacare Struggles: Medicaid
Where the hell are all those checks and balances on the president we learned about in school? - Andy Lassner
A federal judge has found that Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, the vice chairman of President Donald Trump’s election integrity commission, has a “pattern” of providing misleading statements in court. The admonition came in an opinion on Tuesday evening upholding a lower court’s decision to sanction Kobach for misleading the court in an ongoing voting rights case.
Members of the band Journey were just spotted in the White House briefing room. That is all. - Margaret Brennan, CBS News tweet this morning
Rock The Voter News
- Hillary Clinton lets her "guard down" in new memoir after stunning election defeat
- Man Gets Over 3-Year Prison Term for Death Threat at Obama
- Sanders won't vote for Republican 'single-payer' amendment
If Hillary doesn't start the book "What Happened" with "First of all, if you don't like me, you can f--k off" I'll be upset. - delonté tweet
This Has To Be A Typo, Democratic Party. Please Change It To 100 Years Which Would Be More Accurate.
For more than 200 years, our party has led the fight for civil rights, health care, Social Security, workers' rights, and women's rights. We are the party of Barack Obama, John F. Kennedy, FDR, and the countless everyday Americans who work each day to build a more perfect union. Take a look at some of our accomplishments, and you'll see why we're proud to be Democrats.
GOP is writing a new bill to reform one sixth of economy over lunch. Then, they vote on this health bill tonight. Govt by student council. - Kurt Eichenwald
- Shell Posts 700% Rise In Earnings, Prepares For 'Lower Forever' Oil Prices
- EU's warns of possible delays to Brexit talks, London confident of schedule
- Jeff Bezos: Amazon founder is world's new richest man
- Twitter lost 2 million users in the US last quarter
Trump's Transgender Ban Distracts People from Russia Sh*t for Approximately Ninety Seconds. - Andy Borowitz
Why Corrupt Bankers Avoid Jail
Federal prosecutions of white-collar crime are now at a twenty-year low.
In the summer of 2012, a subcommittee of the U.S. Senate released a report so brimming with international intrigue that it read like an airport paperback.
"If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping in a closed room with a mosquito."