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Watch: Supercut of all the times Sarah Sanders lied about Stormy Daniels hush-money payout

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The jig is up, thanks to Rudy Giuliani.

After months of lying about what the president knew and when he knew it with regards to the hush-money pay-out to Stormy Daniels, the president’s new lawyer went on Fox News last night and admitted that Trump knew about the payment by his attorney Michael Cohen to the porn star.

This, of course, contradicts the word of the president himself—he told reporters that he knew nothing about the payment while giving a press conference above Air Force One.

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It also contradicts the word of Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House Press Secretary who is charged with telling the president’s version of events.

Sanders lies, a lot, which was the subject of a memorable 90 seconds from Michelle Wolf’s roast at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner this past Saturday.

In the aftermath of that roast, reporters like The New York Times Maggie Haberman, who rely on her as a source and thus has good reason to distance themselves from the comedian the press corps hired.

But Sanders does lie, a lot, just like Wolf said.

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Watch Sanders and her assistant Raj Shah lie about Stormy Daniels below.

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I thought Democrats were making a giant mistake on impeachment — but these experts changed my mind

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On Tuesday, Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives announced that they would move forward with two articles of impeachment — involving abuse of power and obstruction of Congress — against President Donald Trump.

At first, I shared the frustration of many liberals and progressives that these articles are too limited in scope, and leave a great many of Trump’s apparent misdeeds unmentioned. But further reflection and exchanges with legal experts have convinced me that appearance is misleading. In fact, Democrats have performed a deft feat. In a single stroke — OK, two strokes — they have elevated the process of holding Trump accountable above the realm of partisan politics, and have also given the Democratic nominee (whoever that is) an excellent case to use against Trump in next year’s presidential election. The challenge for Democrats going forward will be to keep that nonpartisan outlook in mind — while understanding that, ultimately and unfortunately, the only possible way to hold Trump accountable will be through partisan politics.

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Trump supporters cry bitter tears after Greta Thunberg named Time Person of the Year

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Climate activist Greta Thunberg has been named Time Magazine's Person of the Year -- and Trump supporters are deeply unhappy about it.

Thunberg, whose advocacy for real action on climate change has drawn rebukes from conservative political figures including President Donald Trump and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, was described by Time in its profile as delivering "a simple truth in a fateful moment" in the debate over how to reduce greenhouse emissions and prevent catastrophic environmental damage.

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The ‘War on Christmas’ was started more than 500 years ago — by Christians

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If it feels like the “War on Christmas” is getting really old, it is. Almost 15 years have passed since Bill O’Reilly first opened December with a segment called, “Christmas Under Siege”—ten long years in which his cadences and refrains and echoing chorus have become as familiar to most Americans as Handel’s Messiah. More familiar, in fact.

Not that O’Reilly invented the idea. During the 1920’s, Henry Ford’s newspaper published a series of anti-Semitic articles titled, “The International Jew: The World’s Foremost Problem.” Among the complaints:

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