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Terrified Trump takes deep dive in Monday morning manic meltdown ahead of Mueller report release

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President Donald Trump, clearly terrified of the impending release of the Mueller report to Congress, turned into a madman Monday morning, taking a deep dive into a manic tweetstorm.

After being excoriated for his claim that all Boeing needed to do to fix the problem with its 737 Max jets was rename and rebrand them – even though hundreds of people have already died, Trump appeared to try another rebranding effort.

The President of the United States is now using the phrase so many Americans and people around the world used after 9/11, and after the Holocaust, and after other historic, tragic events involving mass murder, to describe the Mueller investigation:

 

Trump came under fire on Friday for using the same terminology when he falsely accused Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar in this highly-edited, highly controversial clip:

Monday morning, Trump accused Rep. Omar of having taken control of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelsoi (D-CA), which is false. Also false are Trump’s claims the Speaker has “lost all control of Congress and is getting nothing done.”

Earlier Monday morning Trump again attempted to discredit the Mueller investigation. Many believe Attorney General William Barr will send a redacted version of the Mueller report to Congress today. Many also believe it will reveal far worse results for the president.

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Terrified, the tweets keep coming:

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Kellyanne Conway ‘is not above the law’: House Oversight Chair warns Trump advisor she will ‘be held in contempt’

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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway could be held in contempt of Congress after announcing she would refuse to cooperate with the congressional committee investigating her violations of the law that prevents federal resources from being used for partisan politics.

On Monday, White House Counsel Pat Cipollone sent a letter to House Oversight Chair Elijah Cummings, saying Conway would "respectfully decline" the invitation to testify before Congress on her violations of the Hatch Act.

CNN congressional correspondent Manu Raju spoke with Cummings about what comes next.

"Elijah Cummings told me they will subpoena Kellyanne Conway if she doesn’t show up Wednesday for his hearing on the Hatch Act - and 'of course' she’ll be held in contempt if she doesn’t comply with subpoena," Raju explained.

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‘Good to know he has a rape type’: Internet scorches Trump for saying E. Jean Carroll isn’t attractive enough to assault

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President Donald Trump is faced with the fallout from advice columnist E. Jean Carroll's accusation that he forced himself on her in a department store in the 90s. His response, in an interview with the Hill, is to say that he couldn't have done it because "she's not my type."

The callous, misogynistic, and ignorant nature of this response shortly earned the fury of social media:

"Number one, she’s not my type. Number two, it never happened."

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AG Bill Barr killed 7 Robert Mueller investigations — 10 days after he submitted his report

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Attorney General Bill Barr killed seven different investigations started by special counsel Robert Mueller just ten days after he submitted his report.

CNN's Katelyn Polantz had filed a request to unseal documents related to the special counsel's investigation and on Monday the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia agreed.

Chief Judge Beryl A Howell ordered the release of multiple documents, including Attachment B, which listed information on applications for court orders requested by Mueller.

The 65-page document shows seven cases that were closed on April Fools Day -- only ten days after Mueller submitted his report.

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