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‘You’re up sh*thole creek’: Devin Nunes humiliated by ex-US Attorney Bharara for memo flop

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Former federal prosecutor Preet Bharara slammed House Intelligence Chair Devin Nunes (R-CA) and former Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez (R-TX) in a single tweet that captured the absurdity of the political theater surrounding the Nunes controversial memo.

It started when Gonzalez, who was AG under George W. Bush, slammed the Nunes memo on the eve of its release.

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“I have no confidence whatsoever in what’s going to come out of the House,” Gonzalez told Time magazine.

“Nunes seems to be part of the Trump team,” Gonzalez continued.

In response, Bharara slammed both Republicans.

“I mean come on when your memo is crapped on by Alberto “torture memo” Gonzales, you’re up sh*thole creek I think, Devin Nunes,” Bharara posted.

Bharara served as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York from 2009 to 2017.

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Trump will let America ‘go up in flames’ if he thinks it will win the election: Carl Bernstein

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On Tuesday's edition of "Good Morning Britain," Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein laid into President Donald Trump, warning that he would let the country burn to save his political fortunes.

"Donald Trump has commanded the allegiance of perhaps 40% of our electorate through his presidency, despite all the outrages, despite the acts of demonstrable incompetence, despite the fact that he is a racist in terms of both his words and his acts," said Bernstein. "This is an extraordinary situation."

Bernstein added that Trump "is willing to see this country, to some extent, go up in flames on the streets if he thinks that it would help his re-election."

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Florida man bellows ‘I feel threatened!’ and menaces shopper who asked him to wear a mask

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A man wearing a Revolutionary War-themed shirt bellowed at another shopper who asked him to wear a mask inside a Florida store.

Video posted on Twitter shows the white man, who appears to be in his 20s or 30s, confront the other customer while shopping in Costco at Fort Myers.

"Stay six feet away from me," says the other shopper, who is identified as an elderly woman on social media.

"You're harassing me and my family," the man says.

The audio cuts out for a moment, and then the younger man advances menacingly toward the other shopper.

"I feel threatened," the man bellows, clenching his fists and continuing to advance. "Back up. Threaten me again."

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Worried Republicans told by White House they’ll have to live with Trump’s focus on race: reporter Robert Costa

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During an appearance on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Washington Post correspondent Robert Costa explained that concerned senior Republicans have reached out to the White House for a theme they all can run on during the run-up to the November election and were told that the president is setting the agenda and is keeping racial issues as his focus.

Speaking with host Willie Geist, Costa explained that Republicans are worried they don't have a cohesive message for the 2020 election and that Trump is not helping matters.

"It's evident that Republicans are still searching for an answer," Costa reported. " I'm hearing from my sources across Senate and House races that they don't have a plan at this moment, and it's the hot summer of the campaign season."

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