House Democrats Introduce Articles Of Impeachment

Several House Democrats have introduced articles of impeachment targeting President Trump on Wednesday, claiming that the Trump has violated the Constitution.

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Russia Lawyer Says Trump Jr. Offered To Revisit Russian Sanctions Law If Trump Won

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A Russian lawyer who met with members of President Trump’s presidential campaign said Donald Trump Jr. said that if his father won, the Trump administration would look at reversing an anti-Russia law, Bloomberg reported Monday.

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Sam Clovis Withdraws Name From Consideration From Agriculture Post Amid Russia Probe Scrutiny

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President Donald Trump’s nominee to be the Department of Agriculture’s chief scientist has withdrawn his name from consideration after his name appeared in court documents from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe

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Report: Prosecutors Consider Charging Russians In DNC Hacking

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The Department of Justice has identified at least six Russian government officials who participated in the hacking of the Democratic National Committee, the Wall Street Journal reported early Thursday.

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Morning Briefing 10/31/2017

Good Tuesday morning!

Mueller Monday:

Over the weekend, news broke that a grand jury had approved the first charges in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Yesterday, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Richard Gates, a Manafort business associate, surrendered to FBI agents and were each indicted on 12 counts.

Manafort and Gates pleaded not guilty on all counts. However, more news broke that a former foreign policy to the Trump campaign made a plea bargain after making false statements connected to Mueller’s investigation.

126 Million:

That’s the number of Americans are estimated to have seen Russian ads on Facebook, according to NBC News.

Facebook told the Senate Judiciary Committee that roughly 29 million Americans directly received material from the 80,000 posts made by 120 fake Russian made pages.

However, Facebook added that those posts were “shared, like and followed by people on Facebook, and, as a result, three times more people may have been exposed to a story that originated from the Russian operation.”

That means that one-third of the country could have been exposed to the Russian campaign.

Trump Criticism Might Lead To A Lighter Sentence For Bergdahl:

President Trump’s criticism of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who deserted his Army post in 2009, will might lead to a lighter sentence for Bergdahl.

“I will consider the president’s comments as mitigation evidence as I arrive at an appropriate sentence,” the judge Col. Jeffrey R. Nance of the Army said during a hearing at Fort Bragg.

Nance rejected a request that he dismiss the case or limit the length of the sentence because Trump’s comments came before Bergdahl’s trial.



Democratic Lobbyist Podesta Steps Down From Lobbying Firm Amid Mueller Scrutiny

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Tony Podesta, a longtime Democratic lobbyist, is stepping down from his  position at the Podesta Group, a lobbying firm he founded almost 30 years ago.

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Manafort, Gates Plead Not Guilty To All Charges

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President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, on Monday pleaded not guilty to all charges from Special Counsel Robert Mueller who is conducting an investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.

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