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‘I see a strategy here’: Fox’s Shep Smith mocks Sarah Sanders for repeating Trump’s Comey attacks verbatim

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After White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders went off on fired FBI Director James Comey during Friday’s briefing, Fox News’ Shep Smith mocked her ire — and her word choice.

“Hack, liar, leaker, slime ball,” Smith said, echoing the press secretary’s pejoratives used to describe Comey after anecdotes from his new book made headlines Thursday.

The host then pointed out that much of the language Sanders used was also contained in President Donald Trump’s tweets posted earlier in the day about the FBI director he fired last year, including when she suggested Comey’s sacking was one of the greatest acts of his presidency.

“I see a strategy developing here,” Smith said, chuckling.

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As #RacistPresident trends Americans demand Republicans speak out as they stay silent – en masse – on Trump’s nativism

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Americans are furious after now two days of President Donald Trump's racist and nativist tweets attacking four progressive Democratic U.S Congresswoman who are also women of color. Trump told them to "go back" to the countries they came from (three of the four were born in the U.S. and all are citizens) then doubled down by accusing them of "racist hatred."

#RacistPresident is now one of the top five trending topics on Twitter.

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GOP lawmaker offers most absurd defense yet to show Trump’s racist attacks are ‘clearly not racist’

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Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD) on Monday defended President Donald Trump from charges of racism by offering a tortured rationale that is directly contradicted by the president's own words.

During an interview with reporter Bryan Nehman of local Maryland news station WBAL, Harris claimed that Trump telling Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Alexandria-Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) to "go back" to the "crime infested places from which they came" was "clearly not racist" because Trump "could have meant go back to the district they came from--to the neighborhood they came from."

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The real midlife crisis confronting Americans is much more depressing than what exists in popular imagination

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The way my mom imagined it, midlife was going to be great: counting down days until retirement, spending winters in Florida and checking off destinations on her bucket list. But it hasn’t turned out that way.

Instead of more time spent in Florida, she’s still stuck in snowy upstate New York. She traded romps in the sea and traveling the world for her daily visits to her mom, who’s in a nursing home. Instead of the joys of living the snowbird life, she’s saddled with stress, guilt and the challenges of caring for my grandmother, who is 89 and dealing with dementia.

“This is not how I imagined my life at midlife,” my mom, who is 61, tells me.

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