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Trump Jr. gets mocked for urging Republicans to go vote ‘in 7 days’

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Donald Trump Jr. is the object of a good deal of mockery after he urged Republicans to go vote in 7 days, on Wednesday. Election Day is in six days.

“In 7 DAYS we need every patriot to get to the polls and make their voice heard LOUD and CLEAR!” he said, in a tweet that included a video of him and his girlfriend. Former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle now works for a pro-Trump Super PAC, America First Policies.

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In the propagandistic video clip the couple push the White House’s talking points about “the mainstream media and the liberal mob,” and say, “together we will keep making America great.” Trump Jr.’s voice sounds unusually low and dramatic.

This is not the first time the President’s eldest son has urged voters to vote on the wrong day. Last year, on Election Day, Trump Jr. told voters to go vote “tomorrow.”

Meanwhile, today on social media, people are having some fun with “DJTJ”:

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Trump claims Adam Schiff is faking the transcripts he’s putting out from Intelligence Committee depositions

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President Donald Trump tweeted out another conspiracy theory about Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) Monday as two more transcripts were released from those testifying in the House Intelligence Committee as it prepares for impeachment.

"Just like Schiff fabricated my phone call, he will fabricate the transcripts that he is making and releasing!" Trump tweeted.

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1194033162936102912

Trump also claimed that Shiff will not allow Trump any witnesses. The president's lawyers haven't explained to him that the House does not hold the trial for impeachment, it's the Senate that holds the trial. That's where witnesses will be presented and the White House can refute the claims. Schiff is having a hearing around the impeachment inquiry and investigation.

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Mulvaney held up missiles to Ukraine out of fear Russia would be angry: State Department official

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Among the many revelations in the transcript of Ukraine Special Adviser Catherine Croft's testimony to the House is the fact that acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, who also oversees the Office of Management and Budget, put a hold on a shipment of Javelin missiles to Ukraine not just as part of an apparent scheme to force Ukrainian officials to dig up dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden, but also out of concern that Russia would be angry.

"In a briefing with Mr. Mulvaney, the question centered around the Russian reaction," said Croft in the transcript. When pressed, she added the fear was specifically "that Russia would react negatively to the provision of javelins to Ukraine."

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READ IT: Foreign service officer Christopher Anderson testimony to House Intelligence Committee on impeachment

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Foreign service officer Christopher Anderson served as the deputy to former U.S. envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker. When he spoke to the House Intelligence Committee, he revealed what he witnessed when President Donald Trump made the July 25 call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Anderson joined colleague Catherine Croft in testifying to the House and both of their testimonies were released Monday, just days ahead of the open hearings are scheduled to begin.

Anderson specifically revealed that Trump's anti-corruption defense was revealed to be false. You can read his testimony in the document embedded below:

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