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‘Bannon’s position is still the same – bent over sucking his own c*ck’: Maher mocks Trump White House firings

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Comedian Bill Maher was back on “Real Time” Friday night after a month on vacation. He noted that so much happened in just a month and that just as he was coming back President Donald Trump was heading out for his 17-day vacation.

Maher noted that there’s been a lot of turnover since he was gone, referencing Reince Priebus, Anthony Scaramucci, Sean Spicer. However, he commented that there were several other demotions that haven’t been publicized.

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“Eric [Trump] has been demoted to Tiffany [Trump],” Maher mocked. “Jared [Kushner] is now married to Kellyanne [Conway]. And to no one’s surprise, Ivanka is replacing Melania.”

Other staffing updates include, “Jeff Sessions is still hiding under his desk. And Rex Tillerson will be reporting directly to [Russian President Vladimir] Putin.”

Maher also commented on the fact that he didn’t even get a crack at Scaramucci, who was out quickly. However, he was grateful for Gen. John Kelly, who has taken over for Priebus, for Chief of Staff.

“Steve Bannon’s position is still the same,” Maher continued. “Bent over, sucking his own c*ck.”


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Republicans plan to flood House with amendments to sabotage impeachment debate: CNN

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On Wednesday, CNN congressional correspondent Manu Raju reported that House Republicans are planning to use the markup process for the articles of impeachment, scheduled to take place on Thursday, to introduce a flood of amendments designed to cripple the process.

None of these amendments are likely to have the votes to pass — but they will force House Democrats to waste time voting them down rather than crafting the particulars of their case.

"Tomorrow is when we see the real art of legislating on Capitol Hill," said Raju. "The House Judiciary Committee will consider votes on amendments to the articles of impeachment. Republicans are expects to offer a flurry of amendments aimed at undercutting the articles, to gut the articles, and the democrats are expected to beat back every single one of them. Those votes expected to be along party lines."

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Bill Barr: Donald Trump’s one-man wrecking crew has big dreams

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I must have heard the words "historic day" uttered a hundred times on Tuesday and it wasn't hyperbole. The Democratic leadership announced that they have decided to charge President Donald Trump with two articles of impeachment, one for abuse of power and one for obstruction of Congress. The process is proceeding at a breakneck speed and should be concluded within the next month or so.  I have no idea what any of the players intend to do after that, but I have a sneaking suspicion Trump will be happy to carry on with his own "impeachment" of the Democrats and he's got a very powerful collaborator ready to do all he can to help: Attorney General William Barr.

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‘Will surely trigger’ the ‘snowflake crowd’: Internet celebrates climate activist Greta Thunberg as TIME’s Person of the Year

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TIME magazine has just named Swedish climate crisis and environmental activist Greta Thunberg its 2019 "Person of the Year" and the immediate responses are overwhelmingly positive -- for several reasons. Many are offering congratulations, saying it is well-deserved. But given the disgraceful and disgusting attacks the 16 year-old has endured from climate and science denying conservatives, some are enjoying the double-edged award because it "will trigger all the right people."

Here's TIME's announcement.

.@GretaThunberg is TIME's 2019 Person of the Year #TIMEPOY https://t.co/YZ7U6Up76v pic.twitter.com/SWALBfeGl6

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