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Trump-loving Christian conspiracist claims Jared Kushner, Bill Barr and Monica Lewinsky are Israeli spies

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A pro-Trump Christian conspiracy theorist has cooked up one of its wildest claims yet: that the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, Clinton intern Monica Lewinsky and Attorney General Bill Barr are all operatives of Israel’s Mossad spy agency.

The Daily Beast reported Friday that the ironically-named TruNews website run by conservative radio host Rick Wiles claimed the pedophilia and sex trafficking accusations against Trump-linked billionaire Jeffrey Epstein are part of a Mossad operation to bring him down.

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According to Wiles, the late British publisher Robert Maxwell and his daughter Ghislaine (Epstein’s ex named in a lawsuit as his co-conspirator) were actually Mossad agents.

The TruNews pundit then claimed that a photo shown to Jeb Bush at George H.W. Bush’s funeral made him “almost pass out.”

“I don’t know what was in that photograph but I would guess that the Israeli Mossad provided President Trump with an extremely damaging, compromising photograph of George Herbert Walker Bush, enough to make his son almost pass out,” Wiles said.

“That brings us back to Jared Kushner,” he added. “Just a good Jewish boy, working in his father-in-law’s White House, on behalf of his masters in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.”

Wiles claimed that his incoherent scheme “looks like a Jewish mafia operation” and that “Ghislaine is the connection to Mossad.”

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Later, he said “the [independent counsel Ken] Starr investigation of Bill Clinton was a hoax” and that “Monica Lewinsky was, most likely, the Mossad agent in the White House.”

You can watch Wiles unfold his bizarre conspiracy below:

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‘Betrayal’: Trump fuming over Brett Kavanaugh voting with majority in tax return cases

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According to Jonathan Lemire of the Associated Press, Donald Trump is reportedly focusing his ire on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, along with Neil Gorsuch,  for siding with the majority of justices who ruled on Thursday that the state of New York must be given his tax returns as part of a criminal investigation.

Appearing on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" with co-host Willie Geist, Lemire was asked how the president -- and the White House -- are reacting to the setback for the president.

"You're at the White House, it's either a witch hunt or a big win depending on who you ask," host Geist began. "[Trump attorney] Jay Sekulow is also calling it a win. The president doesn't want his tax returns, financial records to see the light of day particularly before election day. What's the concern now with the two 7-2 decisions?"

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Trump’s new excuse on not releasing his taxes is ‘completely meaningless’ and may not even be in English: CNN’s Toobin

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CNN's Jeffrey Toobin on Friday found himself flabbergasted by President Donald Trump's new excuse for not releasing his tax returns, and he questioned whether the president was even speaking English when he made it.

During a CNN panel discussion, Toobin was shown a clip of Trump talking about releasing his tax returns during an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity.

"I'm under tax audit, I have been for a long period of time," the president told Hannity. "Once I ran for politics that deal was like we didn't make it. So I'm under a continuing audit, and anyone that did that or showed that before you have it finalized, but they treat, they treat me horribly, the IRS. It is a disgrace what has happened. We had a deal done, I guess it was signed even. Once I ran or once I won, somewhere back a long time ago everything was like let's start all over again."

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Charter schools may have double-dipped as much as $1 billion in PPP small business loans

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Charter schools across the country tapped the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for what could have been more  than $1 billion, according to a preliminary analysis of Treasury Department data.

This article first appeared in Salon.

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