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George Conway takes more swings at Trump – weighs in on impeachment and indictment

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‘We Don’t Just Have a Mentally Unstable President…’

In the George Conway – Donald Trump battle it’s clear the attorney is beating the president, but that did not stop him from taking more swings at Trump Friday morning.

President Trump has called the husband of one of his top advisors a “total loser,” a “husband from hell,” and even mocked his appearance – and that’s just for starters. Conway has made very clear he believes Trump is has unaddressed mental health issues, even specifying the diagnoses he believes apply.

On Friday, Conway went to town.

In response to NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell saying, “There are no words” on news Trump complained he did not get a “thank you” for John McCain’s funeral (he lied, he did, and he also lied that he had to approve it) Conway offered this response:

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And responding to a New York Times reporter with sources deep inside the Trump White House, he mockingly “praised” Trump’s “clear” thinking about needing to get re-elected to avoid getting indicted:

He then said he believes arguments Trump should not be impeached because it would look like a “coup” are wrong:

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It’s barely past 9 AM – expect more to come.

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A Baptist preacher is trying to take over a neo-Nazi group — but not for the reason you might think

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The New York Times reports that a Baptist preacher from Los Angeles, James Hart Stern, took control of the National Socialist Movement (NSM) earlier this year. The NSM is one of the oldest still-operating neo-Nazi groups in the United States, with links to the American Nazi Party, and at one time had over 60 chapters throughout the country which advocated violence against Jews and African-Americans.

There's just one wrinkle. Stern is a black civil rights activist — and he engineered a hostile takeover of NSM in order to destroy it from within. The Times reports that Stern is in a battle with fellow NSM official Burt Colucci, a longtime member and true believer, for control of the group's website.

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‘Degenerate’ and ‘morally bankrupt’: Politician blasted on his own Twitter account as press secretary quits

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The press secretary for a British politician used the MP's own Twitter account to rip his formal boss in an epic public resignation.

"Comms Team signing off... forever," began the thread, posted on the account of Independent MP Jared O'Mara of Sheffield Hallam.

"Jared, you are the most disgustingly morally bankrupt person I have ever had the displeasure of working with. You do not care about your constituents. You do not care about anyone but yourself," the thread continued.

"I cannot and will not defend you and your vile, inexcusable contempt for the people who voted you in. You selfish, degenerate prick," the MP's own account said.

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Ilhan Omar’s Republican challenger ‘100 percent’ backs conspiracy theory that Democrats are a sex trafficking ring

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Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has become a top target for Republican hate, spurred on by President Donald Trump's demand that she and other Democratic women of color "go back" to other countries. But Danielle Stella, a Republican planning to challenge Omar for Congress in 2020, has taken it to a whole new level.

On Tuesday, Right Wing Watch reported that Stella has been active in the "QAnon" community on Twitter, responding to their posts and using the QAnon-affiliated hashtag #WWG1WGA ("When We Go One, We Go All"). When asked, a spokesperson for Stella said that she "stands 100 percent behind the principles of patriotism, unity/inclusiveness ... and love for country that Qanon promotes."

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