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John Bolton’s PAC hands out $50K to vulnerable Republicans after being ousted by Trump

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Former National Security Advisor John Bolton is getting back into Republican politics only days after being ousted by President Donald Trump.

“BoltonPAC is back in operation,” Byron York of the Washington Examiner reported on Friday.

York posted an image of a press release from the Political Action Committee.

Bolton announced he would be giving $10,000 each to five Republican incumbents facing tough re-elections in 2020.

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The senators who will be receiving the funds are Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) and Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC).

The two members of the House receiving money are Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) and Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY).

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Rudy Giuliani could ‘crawl under a rattlesnake’: Author Stephen King rips Trump lawyer’s stature

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West Virginia’s billionaire GOP governor busted for Trump-like business corruption while in office

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This article was produced in partnership between the Charleston Gazette-Mail and ProPublica. By Ken Ward, Jr.

Last fall, Gov. Jim Justice called reporters to his office in the West Virginia Capitol for a hastily arranged news conference.

Sitting behind a table and flanked by GOP lawmakers, the governor touted the latest budget surplus and announced a proposed pay raise for teachers and a plan to fix the state’s underfunded public employee health care plan.

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Trump may ‘undo his presidency’ — with Republicans backing impeachment: CNN’s conservative anchor

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President Donald Trump's presidency is in peril as Republican lawmakers condemn the administration for green-lighting Turkey's ethnic cleansing of Kurds in northern Syria.

"President Trump this week set fire to the emoluments clause by announcing his own resort would host the G-7 summit. His Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney, set fire to his boss’s innocence admitting on camera to the very thing Trump is being investigated for and possibly impeached over," CNN's S.E. Cupp said.

"Donald Trump has put the Republican Party through a lot. Most have gone willingly along with him -- kids in cages, a trade war, protecting Putin, honoring Kim Jong-Un, breaking the law, the lies, the insults, the fake news, the rape allegations. Defending the president over the indefensible has become something of a cottage industry for Republican lawmakers, few of whom have ever dared to call him out," she noted.

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