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‘Idiot’ Sarah Sanders blasted for posting Trump ‘enemies list’ with Mueller meme

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White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders — who is rarely seen these days since she has all but abandoned facing the press — was raked over the coals on Twitter for posting a meme attacking critics of President Donald Trump.

Mid-afternoon on Monday, Sanders attempted a victory dance after the president was cleared by Attorney General Bill Barr, based upon his interpretation of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report that the GOP now is hesitant to release.

For her part, Sanders posted a March Madness-eque bracket attacking members of the press and Trump critics.

The Twitter consensus seemed to be that it was unprofessional for someone on the government payroll to indulge in petty attacks, with one commenter writing, “Go home, Aunt Lydia, you’re drunk” in reference to a previous joke about the press secretary by comedian Michelle Wolf.

You can see her tweet and responses below:

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‘Ridiculous!’ House Dems slam Hope Hicks and her White House lawyer for refusing to answer questions

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Democratic lawmakers are already calling Hope Hicks' congressional testimony "ridiculous."

The former White House communications director complied with a subpoena Wednesday morning to testify before the House Judiciary Committee, but refused to answer any questions about her time serving under President Donald Trump.

A White House lawyer who accompanied Hicks, who left the government in early 2018, repeatedly objected to questions from congressional investigators.

“It’s pretty ridiculous,” says Rep. @KarenBassTweets, saying the White House lawyer inside the Hope Hicks interview is objecting to lots of questions.

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Historian reveals alarming similarities between Trump’s ‘concentration camps’ and Nazi Germany

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As Republican lawmakers furiously deny that President Donald Trump is holding migrant families in "concentration camps" along the border, historians have been charting the alarming parallels with Nazi Germany.

Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) and Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) angrily disputed Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), who compared Trump's detention centers to Nazi concentration camps, but historian Ned Richardson-Little pointed out just how similar current conditions are to Germany in the 1930s.

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Why is America’s suicide epidemic hitting Trump’s base so hard?

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We hear a lot about suicide when celebrities like Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade die by their own hand. Otherwise, it seldom makes the headlines. That’s odd given the magnitude of the problem.

In 2017, 47,173 Americans killed themselves. In that single year, in other words, the suicide count was nearly seven times greater than the number of American soldiers killed in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars between 2001 and 2018.

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