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Kellyanne Conway buried in scorn after cheering the indictment of former Obama official

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On Thursday, former Obama counsel Gregory Craig was indicted on charges that he made false statements to investigators about his relationship with Ukrainian officials.

White House advisor Kellyanne Conway reveled in Craig’s fate on Twitter, posting: “BREAKING NEWS! FINALLY!” she wrote. “WHITE HOUSE OFFICIAL INDICTED in connection with MUELLER investigation!”

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Her enthusiasm was met with scorn on Twitter.

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Trump disrupted NATO meeting to rage at Macron and Trudeau: report

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According to a report from the Daily Beast, President Donald Trump launched into a tirade aimed at French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during an Oval Office meeting with foreign ambassadors when he returned from his NATO meeting in London well over a week ago.

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Trump wants to add Alan Dershowitz to his impeachment legal team: report

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According to a report from ABC, Donald Trump wants to add controversial lawyer Alan Dershowitz to his impeachment legal team.

The reports states the president and his advisers are looking for help as he faces an impeachment trial in the Senate and the president wants the former law professor on his team.

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REVEALED: DOJ’s Horowitz is still investigating FBI leaks to Trump campaign days before 2016 election

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The Department of Justice inspector general told the Senate Wednesday that his office is still investigating apparent leaks from the FBI’s New York field office about the Hillary Clinton email investigation to Rudy Giuliani.Sen. Pat Leahy, D-Vt., asked DOJ IG Michael Horowitz about the investigation during Horowitz's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

"Rudy Giuliani and others appeared to receive highly sensitive leaks from the New York FBI field office, leaks that likely contributed to Director Comey's public announcement he was reopening the Clinton investigation days before the election," Leahy said. "What can you tell us about the New York field office's leaks to Rudolph Giuliani and others?"

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