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Fox & Friends hosts praise Trump attempted cleanup of Putin surrender: ‘He admitted he made a mistake!’

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The hosts of President Donald Trump’s favorite morning news show gushed with praise for his attempt to walk back his defense of Russian president Vladimir Putin against U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies.

Trump insisted Monday in Helsinski that he believed Putin’s denials of election hacking, but Tuesday read a statement claiming that he had misspoken in one particular remark questioning Russian interference in the election.

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“For the president who never admits he’s wrong, yesterday he admitted he made a mistake,” said “Fox & Friends” co-host Steeve Doocy. “He misspoke.”

Co-host Ainsley Earhardt felt confident that Trump had seen the indictments last week of 12 Russians for election hacking and agreed with the grand jury’s conclusion, and she said the president’s critics looked silly for thinking otherwise.

“Everyone went ‘what?'” Earhardt said. “‘They are behind the meddling, we have proof of that, our own intelligence is saying that.’ Then the president, that’s when he made that clarification, saying I didn’t mean that.”

Doocy expressed regret for questioning the president on the previous morning’s program.

“That’s why yesterday on this program we said it’s so puzzling the president would not say that Russia was behind the meddling, because he has said there was meddling, and it was Russia,” Doocy said. “He has said that a number of times. Yesterday he made that very clear he had misspoken, because it’s something very important. He used a double negative.”

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What constitutes fair and unfair criticism of Israel?

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Canada recently voted at the United Nations for the establishment of a Palestinian state. At the same time, Canada reiterated its position that there were too many UN resolutions about Israel. Canada argued that these resolutions unfairly singled out Israel for criticism.

Nevertheless, Israel’s ambassador to the UN claimed that Canada’s vote delegitimized Israel.

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The rich can buy their way out of hangovers now

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This week, Madonna made headlines for a very eccentric, Madonna-esque Instagram post. In her picture, she was laying on what looked like a hospital bed, receiving intravenous therapy (IV) as a woman played a Tibetan bowl above her body.

“Felt amazing afterwards!!,” she wrote in the caption.

Madonna wasn’t in the hospital, however. While her exact whereabouts are unclear, she was getting a vitamin IV drip, an emerging wellness service not covered by insurance that has caught fire with celebrities. IV drips, though prohibitively expensive for most, have become in vogue among self-care enthusiasts who can afford the treatment.

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House Intelligence report on Trump is scathing — but does anyone really care?

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On Wednesday of last week, the House Intelligence Committee issued its impeachment report on President Trump. The facts are clear. Trump has engaged in obstruction of justice, abuse of power and other high crimes and misdemeanors in his effort to extort or bribe the government of Ukraine into aiding him in the 2020 presidential election. Donald Trump also usurped the power of Congress to allocate public money in the form of military aid to Ukraine. Trump has also repeatedly invited foreign countries to interfere in America’s elections on his behalf.
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