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Carter: Racism behind attacks on Obama

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MSNBC political analyst Lawrence O’Donnell sits down with Countdown’s Keith Olbermann to discuss comments by former President Carter on NBC Nightly News that racism is a significant aspect of criticism of President Barack Obama.

This video is from MSNBC’s Countdown, broadcast Sept. 15, 2009.



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Trump Treasury staffer resigns after his mom pleads guilty to getting him through college with fraud

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An advance staffer who worked for Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has resigned after his mother pleaded guilty earlier this week with committing wire fraud to help him get through college.

Politico reports that ex-Treasury staffer James Littlefair stepped down after his mother, Karen Littlefair, paid a college admissions consultant $9,000 in exchange for one of his employees taking online classes on her son's behalf at Georgetown University and Arizona State University.

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‘Useful Idiots’: Tonight’s impeachment debate will show how the GOP is now the ‘Grand Old Putin’ party

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When Congress begins debating changes in the articles of impeachment Wednesday night, we will see on full display how Congressional Republicans, to defend Donald Trump, have given up any pretense of principle, the rule of law and loyalty to the country.

House Republicans have embraced Trump’s win-for-Trump-at-all-costs philosophy.

Think of them as the kind of cowards who would never jump on a hand grenade, but would instinctively push the person next to them onto the explosive. This is a political extension of the economic philosophy that we’ve got ours, tough for you, in Republican tax, spend and regulatory policy,

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Goldman Sachs employees revolt over company’s decision to host Confederate flag-defender Nikki Haley

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Nikki Haley is getting some pushback from some Goldman Sachs employees in the wake of comments she made that some interpreted to be a defense of the Confederate flag, Bloomberg reports.

The employees spoke up regarding the former UN ambassador's scheduled appearance at the firm's New York offices, and have asked Goldman President John Waldron to cancel the appearance.

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