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Ex-CIA director predicts ‘profound’ indictments coming from ‘masterful’ special counsel Robert Mueller

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Former CIA Director John Brennan praised special counsel Robert Mueller — and predicted bombshell indictments — during a Monday night appearance on MSNBC’s “The Last Word” with Lawrence O’Donnell.

Brennan was in charge of the spy agency during the 2016 presidential election.

O’Donnell asked him about a weekend tweet blasting President Donald Trump and his advisors.

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O’Donnell asked Brennan about a tweet by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, wondering what Russian President Vladimir Putin may “have” on Trump.

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“Do you think this country’s going to get the answer to all three of those if there is something that Putin has on Donald Trump politically, personally and financially?” O’Donnell asked.

“Well, I certainly hope so, and I believe that Bob Mueller has been masterful in terms of how he has pulled together these indictments,” Brennan answered.

“I think we have to think about it as a multi-act play, and I do think we are coming closer to the final act, where he is building up to the indictments that are going to be, I think, the most profound, and the ones that are going to tie it together,” he predicted.

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“You referred to the next series of indictments, why do you believe there will be a next series of indictments?” O’Donnell asked.

“I do think that Robert Mueller is going to try to bring this to some type of closure in the coming months, and I would find it very hard to believe that other indictments are not going to come down, again, based on my reading of all the details in those indictments,” Brennan answered.

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Here’s what Wall Street doesn’t want you to know about its grip on emergency rooms

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Doctor Ling Min is the first emergency room doctor to be fired for going public with his concerns about poor hospital emergency room safety practices and shortages of medical supplies and protective gear for health workers.

He won’t be the last.

Like many hospitals in the US, PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center in Bellingham Washington, where Ling Min worked for the past 17 years as an emergency room doctor, has outsourced the management and staffing of its emergency room. So, Min works on-site at the hospital’s ER, but he is employed by a physician staffing firm that runs the ER. These staffing firms are often behind the surprise medical bills for ER services that patients receive after their insurance company has paid the hospital and doctors, but not the excessive out-of-network charges billed by these outside staffing firms.

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Jared Kushner’s ‘frat party’ coronavirus team ‘descended from a UFO and invaded the federal government’: officials

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Administration officials told The New York Times that they expect White House adviser and President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner's coronavirus team to come under congressional scrutiny after a series of questionable moves stunned government officials.
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‘You’ve been served’: Wisconsin hospitals sue patients — even during this pandemic

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When her doorbell rang Sunday night, Blanche Jordan was just starting a new Game of Thrones puzzle on her living room floor.

Jordan, 39, is a breast-cancer survivor who is taking social distancing seriously, so she put on a mask before opening the door. A woman handed Jordan a paper and said: “You’ve been served.”

The paper was a court summons that said Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Inc. was suing Jordan for $7,150. Just three weeks before, Jordan had paid off a different $5,000-plus Froedtert debt linked to a hysterectomy that her insurance did not cover.

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