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Photographic evidence emerges of Jared Kushner with Ukrainian president central to impeachment

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On Thursday, Al-Monitor reporter Laura Rozen tweeted out a picture that has largely slipped under the radar: a photo of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and policy adviser Jared Kushner dining with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at a function in Brussels in June.

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Kushner has long served as an informal foreign policy negotiator for the president, making visits with foreign leaders that would normally be reserved for the secretary of state.

Trump is facing intense outrage and an impeachment inquiry for his attempt to extort Zelensky to help him dig up dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden — something that he and his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani have effectively admitted to be true.


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‘Covering for Trump!’ Conspiracy nuts turn on Bill Barr after he says Jeffrey Epstein definitely killed himself

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Attorney General Bill Barr on Friday said that he had seen direct evidence that accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein took his own life -- and conspiracy theorists at Reddit are not happy about it.

Barr told the Associated Press on Friday that Epstein's suicide wasn't the result of a nefarious plot, but rather what he described as a "perfect storm of screw-ups" that occurred at his detention facility over the summer.

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‘Insane and inane’: Devin Nunes’ closing remarks dismantled by Bloomberg columnist

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Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) ignored all the evidence presented in the impeachment hearings and instead asked viewers to accept an implausible counter-narrative about the whistleblower complaint that prompted the inquiry.

The House Intelligence Committee's ranking Republican gave a closing statement Thursday that laid out a timeline that he argued proved the complaint was made after special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation failed to result in impeachment, reported Bloomberg's Jonathan Bernstein.

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‘The Senate’s in play’: Reeling GOP faces collapse into minority status as Trump drags party down

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According to a report in Rolling Stone, there is a very good chance that the Democrats could take control of the Senate after the 2020 election as the impeachment of Donald Trump casts a cloud over the Republican Party.

The report -- by longtime political observer Tim Dickinson -- states, "the fight to wrest the Senate from Republican control — and oust Mitch McConnell as majority leader — is arguably just as important" as the battle to force Trump from office.

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