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‘LIE LIE LIE LIE’: George Conway expertly eviscerates Trump’s attack on Amash point-by-lying-point

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As one might suspect, the husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway is in his glory after fellow conservative, Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) accused Donald Trump of impeachable offenses.

After praising Amash on Saturday night, attorney George Conway was back at it on Sunday and with a lie-by-lie breakdown of Trump’s tweets attacking the Michigan Republican, after first asking (tongue-in-cheek, as if he didn’t know), “You never stop lying, do you?”

As you can see below, Conway took his Twitter followers through Trump’s tweets and thoroughly ripped them apart and left the pieces on the floor.

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Meghan McCain lashes out at ‘feminists’ after liberal writer calls her marriage ‘creepy’

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Meghan McCain lashed out at a liberal writer who flagged T-shirts sold on the right-wing website run by her husband.

"The View" co-host objected to The Nation's Joan Walsh drawing attention to T-shirts reading "Kamala Harris is a cop" on The Federalist website run by McCain's husband Ben Domenech, and the conservative commentator didn't like it.

But wait, @MeghanMcCain's husband @bdomenech is selling these t-shirts? Are they doing it because they support Kamala? Or they're just being trolls and gremlins? Whoa, I'm gonna really look into this because...it seems super dirty but please please tell me if I'm wrong about it. https://t.co/HcZIGo5cJI

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Let the debates begin: Time for progressive candidates to seize the moment

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On Wednesday and Thursday, 20 Democratic candidates for president will file onto the stage of a Miami theater for the first formal debates of the primary season. There are so many contenders that the DNC and hosts NBC, MSNBC and Telemundo must platoon them in, 10 per a night. Each debate lasts two hours and has two moderators, three panelists, commercials and theme music, leaving each candidate, on average, nine minutes of airtime. It's not the ideal format for a party desperate for a real debate.

This article was originally published at Salon

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Hilarious suggestions pour in for schools considering name changes away from Confederate generals

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School districts wrestling with name changes to move away from Confederate figures have faced budget difficulties in an already contentious process -- so they've been saving money by choosing someone to honor with a similar name.

About 100 public schools are named after Confederate figures, mostly in Southern states and most commonly honoring Robert E. Lee, but the Wall Street Journal reported that some districts are trying to find creative ways to cut costs on removing and replacing signs, turf fields and sports uniforms.

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