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Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell has not fled the country – spotted at In-N-Out Burger: report

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Ghislaine Maxwell was spotted in public for the first time since Jeffrey Epstein’s death at a Manhattan prison.

According to the New York Post, she was spotted at an In-N-Out Burger in Universal City, Los Angeles

A regular of that In-N-Out Burger who is at the location “daily” went up to her to ask, “are you who I think you are.” She said, “yes.”

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Maxwell was spotted reading The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives, by Ted Gup, who authors investigative non-fiction books about the CIA and government secrecy.

It was reported late Wednesday night by the Washington Post that Epstein’s hyoid bone was broken in his neck. It’s a bone that is frequently broken during strangulation, but only appears in suicide deaths in rare cases.

“She was perfectly friendly, very lovely,” the source told The Post about Maxwell. She hasn’t been photographed in public since 2016.

Maxwell is often criticized as Epstein’s “madam” for helping him find girls.

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Trump has shrunk the White House entirely around himself: ‘It is a government of one’

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President Donald Trump has cleared out all the constraints in his White House, which he's running much like the Trump Organization.

The president has chased away four national security advisers, three chiefs of staff, three directors of oval office operations and five communications directors -- an unprecedented amount of turnover for a modern president — and finds himself surrounded by compliant staffers and aides, reported Politico.

“It is a government of one in the same way in which the Trump Organization was a company of one,” said one former senior administration official.

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Whistleblower forced to come forward because intel officials consider Trump a ‘security risk’: CNN’s Avlon

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Addressing a bombshell report from the Washington Post that President Donald Trump made a "promise" to an unidentified world leader that "prompted an official in the U.S. intelligence community to file a formal whistleblower complaint with the inspector general for the intelligence community," CNN's John Avlon said it was a sign intel officials regard the president as a "security risk."

Speaking with hosts John Berman and Alisyn Camerota, Avlon noted that the whistleblower is a Trump appointee which makes formal complaint all that much more alarming.

"A Trump appointee thinks this is of such concern that Congress needs to know," Berman began. "The question is: what was the promise, to whom, and what does it say about the president's notion of intelligence?"

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How the tyrant in the White House just took our government to a new depth of depravity

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To me, it feels ice-tinglingly creepy that the U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu in Washington wants to bring criminal charges against former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe.

The charge, basically that McCabe lied about a leak to a reporter, seems to come nowhere near close to supporting a criminal charge after 18 months of investigation, an expired grand jury and public humiliation for McCabe in firing him two days short of his professional resignation, killing off his pension. It seems that even a grand jury has decided not to react to the prosecution’s call for indictment.

But that’s not what’s wrong here. It is the White House squeezing the Justice Department to do its political bidding.

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