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WATCH: Fox News interview erupts into a shouting match as Democrat defends Mueller’s probe

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On Monday, as legal experts struggled to make sense of Donald Trump’s proclamation that he can pardon himself—but has no reason to because he did nothing wrong—Fox News questioned the validity of the Mueller investigation and Democrats’ role in it.

“Some of the criticism out there for Democrats is that you guys have been dripping with thirst for there to be some sort of charge something to see in Mueller’s investigation,” Fox host Harris Faulkner asked Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI). “You like everyone else has no idea what’s in there. So far there’s no evidence of any collusion and what say you?”

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Cicilline disagreed.

“First of all democrats have not been thirsting for that. What we’ve been very focused on is an economic agenda that addresses that economic anxiety of the American people. With respect to the investigation, what we’ve said is let Mr. Mueller complete his work. We have tried in every way to protect the investigation.”

As is often the case on Fox it quickly devolved into a shouting match.


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Trump staff sent home early as White House braces for another night of protests

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After a third night of unrest in Washington D.C., Mayor Muriel E. Bowser announced another curfew for Monday night, saying, "We’re prepared for multiple days of demonstrations.”  The curfew will begin at 7 p.m. Monday and run through Tuesday morning.

According to reports, the White House will be shutting down accordingly, with only the most senior staffers staying on.

"Sources tell me the White House told all staffers who don’t need to be there to leave by 4 pm ET today due to planned protests," CNN's Jake Tapper tweeted. "I’m told by a source that White House senior staff will continue working."

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Louisville police chief fired after mayor determines body cameras were off during David McAtee shooting

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On Monday, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced that the chief of the city's police department has been relieved of duty, effective immediately.

The move comes after the body cameras of Louisville police officers involved in the fatal shooting of David McAtee, a local Black businessman, had not been active.

🚨 Mayor of #Louisville: The body cameras of those involved in the shooting last night that killed David McAtee were NOT active.

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LISTEN: Charlamagne Tha God clashes with ‘delusional’ Rush Limbaugh in debate over George Floyd’s killing and white privilege

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During an interview with Rush Limbaugh this Monday, Charlamagne Tha God called out the conservative radio host for his white privilege and asked him why he's choosing to speak out on George Floyd's killing while there have been countless examples of police violence against black people.

“I know that you’re going to disagree with me on this — to me this is not America,” Limbaugh said, adding that he thinks the U.S. is the greatest country in the world.

But according to Charlamagne, America is only great for some people.

“I think it’s easy for you to say because you’re a white male and that comes with a different level of privilege,” Charlamagne said. “And I do think America does work but it works for the people it was designed to work for. It doesn’t work for everyone else the way it works for you.”

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