House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes claimed Sunday that the American public will be “shocked” when it sees the remaining blacked out portions of the FBI’s applications for spy warrants against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
“We are quite confident that once the American people see these 20 pages, at least for those that will get real reporting on this issue, they will be shocked by what’s in that FISA application,” Nunes said in an interview with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo.
The publisher of the New York Times said Sunday he “implored” President Donald Trump at a private White House meeting this month to reconsider his broad attacks on journalists, calling the president’s anti-press rhetoric “not just divisive but increasingly dangerous.”
Interesting words from the very man who personally covered MY three federal criminal trials during which I was imprisoned, for writing an Editorial the Obama regime didn't like. Mr. Sulzberger (and his newspaper Editorial Board) thought me going to prison was just dandy. So his claims of wanting to protect free speech and a free press ring hollow.
"Never-Trump" Republican leaders House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters this week they will not fund the Trump Border Wall in the upcoming spending bill.
(Hal Turner remark: This is direct DEFIANCE of the American people and it should be confronted directly.)
The 24-year-old head of the leftist group “Portland’s Resistance,” Micah Rhodes, has been charged with sexually abusing minors.
This isn't Rhodes's first arrest for pedophilia as he was previously charged with sexually abusing a young boy and a young girl on separate occasions.
Despite being found guilty on previous charges, Rhodes was set free by a judge on probation, allowing him to re-offend.
U.S. GDP rocketed up to 4.1 percent in Q2, a rise far outpacing the Q1 2.2 percent.
The rise is the fastest since 2014, according to reports. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) spike is in line with estimates from some economists ahead of the Commerce Department report, Business Insider reports.