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Jimmy Kimmel explains why right-wing nutters should stop worrying about Obama’s birth certificate

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Late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel began his Tuesday show noting that the Paul Manafort trial began today. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has decided to pivot to claim collusion isn’t a crime.

“Collusion is not a crime, but that doesn’t matter because there was No Collusion (except by Crooked Hillary and the Democrats)!” Trump tweeted Tuesday morning.

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Kimmel wondered why even bother bringing it up if he didn’t do it.

“Remember when Trump spent years questioning Obama’s birth certificate and got these nuts scared that a foreign power might secretly be running our government?” Kimmel asked. “Well, I guess that doesn’t matter anymore.”

Kimmel then brought up North Korea seemingly reneging on the denuclearization deal by pointing missiles at the United States again. The ABC host found “exclusive footage” of the initial handshake between Trump and Kim Jong-un that revealed the North Korean dictator was crossing his fingers the whole time.

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Devin Nunes’ hometown paper flooded with letters from disgusted out-of-towners

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The Frenso Bee, which hails from the San Joaquin Valley where California GOP Congressman Devin Nunes is from, published a series of letters from people around the country who watched his performance in this week's impeachment hearings. The letters all had one thing in common: a notable "absence of pro-Nunes sentiment," which the Fresno Bee's Marek Warszawski said was not intentional on his part.

"Angry people tend to send letters, not those who are pleased," he writes.

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WATCH: Lindsey Graham flees Iraq War vet who politely asks to talk about Trump’s conduct

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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Friday was filmed running away from a war veteran who tried to talk with him about President Donald Trump's impeachable conduct.

In a video posted by progressive veterans organization Common Defense, a man who identifies himself as an Iraq War veteran from Louisiana calmly walks up to Graham and tells the senator that he believes that he's being treated unfairly by the media.

"I believe that you honestly believe in our democracy as I do," the man tells him.

"I do," Graham replies.

"I came here to D.C. because I'm a Marine, I went to Iraq, and I believe, as I believe that you do, that President Trump is not acting in accordance to his oath," the veteran continued. "The oath that you took and I did to defend the Constitution."

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‘The Senate’s in play’: Reeling GOP faces collapse into minority status as Trump drags party down

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According to a report in Rolling Stone, there is a very good chance that the Democrats could take control of the Senate after the 2020 election as the impeachment of Donald Trump casts a cloud over the Republican Party.

The report -- by longtime political observer Tim Dickinson -- states, "the fight to wrest the Senate from Republican control — and oust Mitch McConnell as majority leader — is arguably just as important" as the battle to force Trump from office.

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