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FBI found hollow-point bullets, body armor and images that depicted execution of Jews at home of DC neo-Nazi

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When the FBI raided the home of a self-described “Nazi” arrested earlier this week on federal gun charges, they found a noose, body armor and hollow-point bullets.

NBC Washington reported that an FBI affidavit described what was found in the home of 30-year-old white nationalist Jeffrey Clark following his illegal firearm arrest in Washington, D.C.

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Prosecutors said in a memo to the U.S. District Court in Washington that Clark possessed body “body armor, helmets, hollow-point ammunition, a Nazi flag and a drawing of an individual pointing a rifle at a male figure wearing a yarmulke.”

Clark was arrested on November 9 after his family turned him in over concerns about the alt-right views possessed by him and his newly-deceased brother. He later admitted to law enforcement officials that he is a “white nationalist.”

During an April 2017 rally organized by white nationalist Richard Spencer that was held outside the White House, the elder Clark denied that he was a fascist and instead said he identifies as a “Nazi.”

Daryle Lamont Jenkins, the founder of the far right-tracking One People’s Project, asked him if he thought of himself as a “fascist.”

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“No,” Jeffrey Clark responded.

“What do you consider yourself to be?” Lamont Jenkins asked.

“A Nazi,” Clark replied.

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The Daily Beast noted that the FBI’s affidavit claimed the younger Clark brother committed suicide around the same time that reports emerged that the “free speech” website Gab used by the alleged Pittsburgh synagogue gunman was cooperating with federal authorities.


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Here are the two Trump claims that the Pentagon chief refused to vouch for

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The White House meeting Wednesday afternoon didn't go well for either party, according to their counterparts. Both sides are dishing on details, including a Democratic aide who said that there were two of President Donald Trump's claims that his own Pentagon chief wouldn't vouch for.

At the onset of the meeting, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) began by reading a quote from Gen. James Mattis, who briefly served in Trump's administration.

"But POTUS cut Schumer off," reported PBS News correspondent Lisa Desjardins. Trump then "said that Gen Mattis was: 'the world’s most overrated general. You know why? He wasn’t tough enough. I captured ISIS. Mattis said it would take 2 yrs. I captured them in 1 month."

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Former Clinton lawyer scolds Trump’s White House counsel on impeachment: ‘we never considered’ behaving this way

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On Tuesday, Lanny Breuer, a special counsel who worked for President Bill Clinton's White House, wrote an open letter in the Washington Post to President Donald Trump's White House Counsel Pat Cipollone — telling him that, while he understands an impeachment is a horrible thing for an administration to go through, Clinton and his lawyers would never have behaved the way Trump is now.

"In 1998, we felt under siege," wrote Breuer. "We argued at the time, as you do in your letter, that Congress should provide additional procedural protections to the president ... For example, instead of conducting its own investigation, the committee relied almost exclusively on [independent counsel Ken] Starr’s report, which had serious flaws. The House took only three months to adopt articles of impeachment, and we had only two days to present our witnesses. The president’s personal lawyer, David Kendall, had only 30 minutes to question Starr. We felt this was deeply unfair and a derogation of the House’s constitutional duty to investigate thoroughly whether impeachment was warranted."

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White House leaked ‘insane letter’ to Fox host — that makes Trump look ridiculously ‘dumb’

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President Donald Trump was ridiculed on Wednesday after a letter was leaked that President Donald Trump sent to Turkish President Recep Erdo?an.

The letter was sent a week ago, on October 9th.

A copy of the letter, where Trump warned Erdo?an not to be a fool, was obtained by Fox Business personality Trish Regan.

https://twitter.com/trish_regan/status/1184559361638748161

Commentary on the letter was swift -- and brutal.

Here's some of what people were saying:

https://twitter.com/chrislhayes/status/1184570895043571713

Can’t tell if parody of dumb guy trying to cover his tracks or real dumb guy who is covering tracks

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