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Wasserman Schultz on Trump: ‘It Really Feels More Like We Have a Comic Book Villain in the White House Than a President’

Friday on CNN, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) continued to voice her opposition to President Donald Trump, who she criticized for his immigration policies. The Florida Democrat also voiced his displeasure in being barred from entering a detention center in Homestead, FL, a facility near her congressional district. “To that, I say that it really feels more like we have a comic book villain in the White House than a president,” she said. “This is a president who flouts the law and has been repeatedly rejected in his outrageous, horrendous policies…

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Michael Cohen: Trump Lied, Cheated in 2016 from ‘Desire to Win’ but ‘Never Expected to Win’

Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen testified before House investigators Wednesday that Donald Trump “never expected to win” the 2016 election, then later agreed with a Democrat lawmaker asserting his former boss wanted to win “at all costs.” Cohen told the House Oversight Committee that then-candidate Trump knew ahead of time that WikiLeaks had emails damaging to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, and he testified that the president is a “racist,” a “conman,” and a “cheat.” Cohen also suggested that President Trump also implicitly told him to lie about a Moscow real…

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Kobach: The Most Revealing Moment of the State of the Union Speech

The state of the union speech has become an annual pageant of political theater, and Tuesday’s speech by President Trump was no exception.  The content of such speeches is usually exactly what you’d expect the sitting president to say on any given topic, with a few surprises sprinkled in here and there. To make it interesting television (or as interesting as an hour-long political speech can be), the networks have adopted the practice of turning the cameras on various people in the chamber, so that we can see their reactions…

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