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Trump praises the ‘beautiful’ face of Kevin McCarthy — after saying he is ‘just like a cow’

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In a bizarre rant at a political event on Thursday, President Donald Trump compared House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) to a cow, and then praised his “beautiful, political face.”

“They say he is getting rid of an energy-efficient bill,” said Trump. “They don’t tell you about the dangers of the bill and the cost of that bill. Over 100 Democrats signed up to support the $100 trillion green New Deal. That is a beauty. No more cows, no more planes, I guess no more people. Because Kevin is just like a cow , just smaller.”

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“I had to pick somebody and I looked at that beautiful, political face of yours,” added Trump. “A little truth to that. I see hardened Democrats politicians that — I say it is incredible. They are standing behind AOC. I call her Cortez. You don’t have time to go through the whole name. Her name is Cortez. I called her AOC and the others AOC plus three. AOC plus three. That is the definition. I see what she is talking, she is going through this deal that is so insane but I don’t want to talk about it. I hit Pocahontas too early. I thought she was God. She has emerged on the ashes and now it looks like she could beat sleepy Joe. He has no idea what he is doing or saying.”

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‘Dirty’ Jared Kushner should be targeted if GOP makes impeachment trial about Bidens: strategist

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President Donald Trump has signaled that he wants Senate Republicans to turn his impeachment trial around on Democrats by actually making it a trial of the Biden family.

The president on Thursday signaled that he wants former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, to testify at his impeachment trial in an effort to make the trial less about his own misconduct and more about purported misconduct by the Democrats.

However, Democratic strategist Simon Rosenberg on Thursday proposed a plan to counter this kind of misdirection: Going after Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner, whose shady dealings with world leaders have so far escaped significant scrutiny.

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Democrats crippled their own impeachment effort with a rushed timeline: columnist

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House Democrats made a conscious decision to keep impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump as short and efficient as possible. On one hand, they had sensible reasons for wanting to do so — they were concerned that a protracted impeachment battle that drags into the 2020 election would lose engagement with the American people and draw criticism for attempting to interfere with the election.

But Thursday, NBC News analyst Kurt Bardella argued that Democrats may also have caused problems for themselves by making the impeachment process too short and setting arbitrary deadlines.

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GOP now stands for ‘Gang of Putin’: Conservative slams Republican ‘affinity’ for Russian president

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For aging Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers who are old enough to remember the Cold War, the admiration that the alt-right has for Russian President Vladimir Putin — a former KGB agent — is quite ironic. And that irony isn’t lost on conservative Washington Post columnist Max Boot, who is highly critical of President Donald Trump’s pro-Putin outlook in his December 4 column.

Boot, now 50, was born in Moscow on September 12, 1969 — back when Moscow was still part of the Soviet Union. But he was still a kid when his parents fled the Soviet Union and moved to Los Angeles, where he grew up. The Soviet Union ceased to exist in the early 1990s, and Putin is a right-wing authoritarian — not a communist. Boot, however, emphasizes in his column that Russia is still no friend of the United States.

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