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These are the two words Trump always uses when he’s about to drop a big lie: CNN legal analyst

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On Thursday, legal analyst Jeffery Toobin ripped President Donald Trump for lying about his relationship with Julian Assange.

Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks was arrested this morning at Ecuador’s embassy in London after they withdrew his asylum after nearly seven years.

In response to Assange’s arrest, Trump falsely said that he knew nothing about Wikileaks.

“I know nothing about Wikileaks. It’s not my thing,” Trump told reports.

“Does it hurt his Justice Department’s ability to push forward on prosecuting Assange when the Commander in Chief is so complimentary to Assange?” CNN host Brianna Keilar asked.

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“I think the president knows his supporters will let him get away with talking out of both sides,” Washington Post reporter David Swerdlick said. “He does it all the time. Mexico will pay for the wall. I never said Mexico would pay for the wall. I was for Iraq before I was against Iraq.”

“There are tells with Trump. Sometimes the more emphatic he is the more he is lying,” Toobin said. “Like the idea that ‘it’s not my deal’, I mean, could it have been more his deal? Also when he says ‘believe me,’ which he says often, is often followed with a lie.”

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‘Do you love Puerto Rico?’: Fox News’ Shep Smith rips governor to shreds

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Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló was outed for cold and heartless comments he exchanged about his own island in wake of the horrific hurricanes that destroyed the island in 2017. He's also being forced to ask questions about the corruption involving the funding for hurricane relief. Nearly 1 million people have taken to the streets demanding accountability and action.

In his first interview, Rosselló may have assumed he'd meet a friendly audience on Fox News, but Shep Smith let him have it.

"The corruption is rampant in Puerto Rico," Smith said. "Economically Puerto Rico is in a fiscal crisis, $70 billion in debt and a 13-year recession. In the leaked 900 pages of profanity-laced messages, dubbed RickyGate, after you, sir, you made light of the casualties of the Hurricane Maria, you tossed homophobic and misogynistic remarks, You were calling the former City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverit a whore. Of the oversight board that rules Puerto Rico's finances, you said, 'Go F-yourself. And when your representative to that board said he is salivating to shoot the woman who is the mayor of San Juan, you said, 'You’d be doing me a grand favor.' So, attacks on woman, gays, dead relatives on your own island and after that who is left to support you? Is it even safe for you to govern?"

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Puerto Ricans launch biggest protest yet against governor

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Angry protesters blocked the main road in Puerto Rico's capital on Monday as they launched what was expected to be the largest yet of a wave of demonstrations seeking the resignation of the US territory's embattled governor.

Marching under sunny skies in San Juan, the demonstrators sang, chanted, danced and carried the territory's red, white and blue flag with a lone star.

Altogether, hundreds of thousands were expected to turn out.

Puerto Ricans are up in arms over alleged corruption involving money meant to be for victims of Hurricane Maria in 2017, which left nearly 3,000 dead.

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Here are 5 of the wildest and most outrageous comments Trump just made to the press

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During an Oval Office meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday, President Donald Trump gave rambling and outrageous comments to the press about a wide range of subjects.

Here are just five of the wildest things he said in the meeting:

1. “Afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth.”

Trump said he could “win” the war in Afghanistan by simply committing genocide against the entire population.

“If we wanted to fight a war in Afghanistan and win it, I could win that war in a week,” he said. “I just don’t want to kill 10 million people.”

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