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5 zings Hillary Clinton aimed at Donald Trump during return to her alma mater

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WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton, Wellesley College Class of 1969, used her commencement address for this year’s graduating class to go after President Donald Trump, who defeated her in last fall’s election. “You may have heard that things didn’t exactly go the way I planned,” she said Friday. “But you know what? I’m doing okay.” She began…

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Three GOP senators could force a rule change leading to Trump’s impeachment — here’s why McConnell might go for it

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According to a column written for Politico by a former senior adviser to multiple Republican lawmakers, there is a path to forcing Donald Trump from office that would only require three GOP senators to join forces with the Democrats.

Under the heading, "There’s a Surprisingly Plausible Path to Removing Trump From Office," Juleanna Glover -- who served as an adviser to former President George W. Bush and ex-Vice President Dick Cheney -- laid out a simple way to force an impeachment vote that would be conducted in secret, freeing GOP senators to turn on the president without fear of repercussions.

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Jim Jordan’s insertion into impeachment hearings reveals GOP’s ‘fear and weakness’: Ex-prosecutor

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Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is widely expected to throw up a smokescreen for President Donald Trump during public impeachment hearings, and former prosecutor Barbara McQuade explained how that betrayed what a bad hand Republicans were playing.

Barbara McQuade, the former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that Marie Yovanovitch, the former Ukraine ambassador, and two other witnesses this week will deliver devastating testimony against the president and his administration.

"What they have to say is incredibly damaging to President Trump," McQuade said. "They talk about the fact that it is crystal clear that this was an exchange and a leverage of military aid in exchange for political favor for President Trump, that Marie Yovanovitch, who was a dedicated career public servant, was removed because she was perceived as an obstacle to a corrupt scheme."

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In statement that ‘reads like a chilling warning of more coups to come,’ Trump celebrates military coup in Bolivia

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"The Trump administration has cast aside the pretext of calling for new elections. Now it's praising Evo Morales' resignation at the barrel of a gun."

U.S. President Donald Trump made official his administration's support for the military coup in Bolivia with a celebratory statement late Monday that one observer said "reads like a chilling warning of more coups to come."

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