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House Intel Democrat trolls Trump over bizarre ‘bag of drugs’ comment with brutal tweet

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The ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee is curious as to how Trump’s design specifications would effect the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

“If an American is hit over head with a big sack of drugs flying over the wall, would it be covered by Trumpcare, or would Mexico pay for it?” Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA) tweeted.

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President Donald Trump informed reporters aboard Air Force One that his border wall with Mexico would be transparent so people aren’t crushed when drug dealers throw large sacks of drugs over the wall.

“As horrible as it sounds, when they throw the large sacks of drugs over, and if you have people on the other side of the wall, you don’t see them — they hit you on the head with 60 pounds of stuff? It’s over,” President Trump claimed.

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As of publication, over 15,000 twitter users have “loved” Congressman Schiff’s tweet.


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Trump administration officials ‘ducking for cover’ as search for Anonymous author roils White House

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According to Politico, the Trump administration is putting on an unconcerned face about the release of "A Warning" by the anonymous New York Times op-ed writer, insisting that the passages revealed so far from the book do not expose anything new about the goings-on in the White House.

Nevertheless, wrote Daniel Lippman, the book has produced a headache for the White House: a redoubled effort by reporters and political observers to deduce who exactly "anonymous" is.

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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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Send in the clowns: Impeachment is serious stuff, but the GOP wants a circus

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The impeachment of Donald Trump is not just a matter of holding the president accountable for his confessed plot to extort Ukraine at a time when Russia is engaged in both an invasion of that country and a cyber-invasion of the United States. This impeachment is also a mandatory warning to myriad potential Trump copycats that serving as a carrier of the political disease known as Trumpism is absolutely not a path to more winning, but a political death wish.

This article first appeared in Salon.

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