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Meghan Markle’s nephew busted for bringing knife into London club after Trump warned city was a ‘war zone’

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Meghan Markle’s nephew brought a knife to a London club after Donald Trump said the city was like a “war zone” ahead of his aunt’s royal wedding.

The Sun reported that Markle’s nephew, 25-year-old Oregonian cannabis farmer Tyler Dooley, willingly forfeited the four-inch blade to the bouncer at Bacchus, a bar in the city’s Kingston neighborhood — but fled when he was alerted that police had been called.

“I just brought it because Donald Trump said London was like a war zone,” Dooley told a Bacchus patron. “I had it for protection.”

Earlier this month, Trump told a crowd at the National Rifle Association convention that he’d heard a London hospital was like a “war zone” in spite of the United Kingdom’s tough gun laws because there are so many stabbings in the city.

Dooley was in London with his mother and brother in spite of not being invited to the royal wedding.

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Hope Hicks’ latest obstruction just gave the Democrats a major weapon: report

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Hope Hicks didn't provide much information for Democrats in her testimony before the House Judiciary Committee -- but she may have cracked the stone wall the White House has built around former staffers.

President Donald Trump's former communications director -- and perhaps his most trusted aide outside his family -- claimed blanket immunity throughout her closed-door testimony, but Hicks still gave Democrats something in their legal battle against the White House, argued Margaret Carlson for The Daily Beast.

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A number of Democrats running for president are kind of weird about food

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The New York Times has posted a series of short videos of the Democratic candidates for president answering important questions, like what they propose to do about our broken health care system and just how crooked Donald Trump is. Because campaign coverage demands candidates be allowed “human” (debatable!) moments, the Times also asked the participating candidates about their go-to comfort foods on the campaign trail.

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Reparations, concentration camps and racial slurs: Republicans want to turn all discussion of race into pointless culture war debates

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It wasn’t slavery. They are concentration camps. Racial slurs are not a youthful indiscretion.

This week has seen a series of culture-war debates dominate the discourse only to be derailed by bad faith arguments about semantics.

First, on Monday, nearly all of the right-wing ecosystem was engaged to defend the honor of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School senior and gun rights activists Kyle Kashuv after he revealed that his admission to Harvard had been rescinded. At least one of Kashuv’s classmates in Parkland, Florida, released a number of text messages from him which included racist and misogynistic attacks on fellow students, including the description of black athletes as “niggerjocks.”

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