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GOP leakers reveal Trump hoped they wouldn’t leak the Republican caucus meeting

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President Donald Trump asked Republican leaders to not leak his remarks to the press when they met on Tuesday.

Details of the meeting were reported New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman “per person briefed on the Senate luncheon.”

“[Trump] also trashed NYT, said it is ‘the enemy of the people,'” the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist reported.

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Trump also “said he hoped there would be no leaks from luncheon and then joked that it’s the best way to make sure there are leaks, is saying he hoped there wouldn’t be any.”


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Wall Street employees are turning their backs on ‘Orange Jesus’ Trump because they are tired of his ‘sh*t’: report

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Wall Street bankers, fed up with President Donald Trump creating market instability with his trade war and impulsive tweeting, are increasingly looking at -- and donating to -- possible Democratic presidential nominees reports the Daily Beast.

According to the Beast, despite her plans to increase regulations governing Wall Street, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is finding fans in the financial sector -- in part because they want to see Trump gone.

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Trump’s mentor Roy Cohn exposed in new documentary that contains an ominous warning about the president’s downfall

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President Donald Trump has long looked at infamous attorney Roy Cohn as his political mentor, and at one point during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation demanded that former Attorney General Jeff Sessions act more like Cohn in assertively defending him.

A new documentary called "Where’s My Roy Cohn?" exposes the history of Trump's hero, who first became famous during Sen. Joseph McCarthy's hearings about purported communist infiltration of the United States government in the 1950s.

Politico senior staff writer Michael Kruse has written up a review of the documentary in which he explains why Trump obviously finds Cohn so appealing: For decades he got away with remorselessly breaking the law.

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Black principal instantly questioned by white cop after accidentally walking past crime scene

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On Wednesday, the Baltimore County Police released disturbing body camera footage of a white police officer antagonizing a black high school principal in front of his 15-year-old son, and demanding to know whether he was responsible for a crime scene he had just witnessed — because he happened to be walking past.

"You guys weren't involved in that at all were you?" the officer asked Vance Benton and his son in the footage, which was shared by the Daily Mail.

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