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Rudy Giuliani calls on Sessions to indict Hillary Clinton: ‘Let’s go DOJ wake up’

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The president’s personal attorney called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to prosecute Hillary Clinton over the 2016 election.

Rudy Giuliani, who’s representing President Donald Trump in the special counsel’s Russia investigation, urged Sessions to indict the Democratic candidate over a dossier compiled by a former British intelligence officer.

“If there is any justice left at DOJ why is payment by Hillary Clinton and DNC to FusionGPS for the phony Steele dossier not under investigation,” Giuliani tweeted.

Trump’s longtime attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty Tuesday to a campaign finance law violation, which he said was directed by the president, to pay off two mistresses just ahead of the election.

“On your theory in Cohen plea it’s an illegal campaign contribution,” Giuliani tweeted. “Let’s go DOJ wake up. where’s the indictment. Clintons not above law.”

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Is Trump really on track to win re-election?

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The potential Trump base, even with higher turnout, is shrinking, while the potential progressive base is growing.

There has been a lot of political talk and pollster analysis lately suggesting that Donald Trump has a clear path to re-election. The usually estimable Nate Cohn in The New York Times pointed to numbers showing Trump’s popularity among his base in the Midwest. Cohn speculated that high turnout could allow Trump to win key states like Wisconsin and Michigan once again, and maybe flip states that Hillary Clinton narrowly carried such as Minnesota.

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Top Democrat tears apart the Justice Department’s demands in letter to Mueller

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In a new letter to Robert Mueller sent Tuesday night, House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) lampooned the Justice Department’s attempt to circumscribe the special counsel’s upcoming testimony.

The DOJ has directed Mueller to not answer any questions that touch on information outside of the special counsel’s report on the Russia investigation. During his final and only press conference as special counsel, Mueller has suggested any testimony he would give wouldn’t stray beyond the information contained in the report, saying: “The report is my testimony.”

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Conservatives are furious about Trump’s budget deal — and they’re whining to Fox News about it

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No sooner was the news announced that President Donald Trump had reached an agreement with bipartisan leaders in Congress to lift spending caps and the debt ceiling, than rumors began swirling that hardline deficit hawks on Capitol Hill were discontented.

Several Republican politicians and officials noted to Fox News reporter Chad Pergram the broad sense of dissatisfaction with the deal, which authorizes far more spending than Republicans ever let President Barack Obama get away with and grows domestic spending in parity with defense spending:

A) There is consternation among many Republicans about the debt limit/spending deal…if it can pass, the state of play on deficit reduction, and now, President Trump’s standing. Concerned that Trump may lose some of his base backing budget caps/debt limit pkg

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