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Angry eBay merchant plans to sue PayPal for anti-bitcoin activity

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Angry eBay merchant plans to sue PayPal for anti-bitcoin activity (via Pando Daily)

By Michael Carney On January 7, 2014 Decentralized virtual currencies are largely unregulated leading to a wild west situation between merchants, end users, and service providers. One eBay merchant doesn’t like the way he’s been treated by PayPal…

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The View’s Meghan McCain writes off John Bolton impeachment bombshells: ‘The title of his book is stupid’

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"The View" co-host Meghan McCain ignored John Bolton's claims about President Donald Trump and instead focused on his forthcoming book's title.

The conservative co-host said she didn't trust Bolton, the former national security adviser, and questioned his motives in revealing that Trump had explicitly tied Ukraine aid to an investigation of Joe Biden -- which forms the basis of the impeachment case.

"I think the title of his book is stupid," McCain said.

Bolton's book, "In The Room Where It Happened," makes an apparent reference to a song from the musical "Hamilton," she said.

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GOP Sen. Ron Johnson: ‘My guess’ is John Bolton is telling truth about Trump and Ukraine

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Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), who once personally lobbied President Donald Trump to release the hold on military aid to Ukraine, seemed to give former national security adviser John Bolton some credibility while talking with reports on Monday.

Politico's Kyle Cheney reports that Johnson said that "my guess is John Bolton tells the truth," although he said he still wanted to hear the Trump administration's full case and also questioned the "exquisite" timing of the leak about Bolton's upcoming book, in which he reportedly says Trump told him he was holding up military aid to Ukraine until it agreed to launch an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden.

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Legal expert calls Susan Collins statement on Bolton news ‘weak tea’ – and drops bombshell: Chief Justice can issue subpoena

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Former American Constitution Society president Caroline Fredrickson has some harsh words for U.S. Senator Susan Collins over the Maine Republican lawmaker's statement on the John Bolton bombshell. Fredrickson also dropped a bombshell of her own, about the powers of the Chief Justice during an impeachment trial.

"It's less than weak tea, it's not even water," Fredrickson said on MSNBC Monday morning. She was referring to Collins' remarks on news Bolton's unpublished book reveals Trump personally told the former National Security Advisor in August that he wanted to continue to withhold aid to Ukraine to extort that country into producing "dirt" on Joe Biden.

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