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‘Don’t do that again!’ GOP senator freaks out after reporter asks about Trump scandals

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Sen. Jim Risch (R-ID) this week got testy with a local reporter after he tried to ask questions about the multiple scandals surrounding President Donald Trump.

During an interview with Boise State Public Radio, a reporter asked Risch if he thought it was appropriate to ask foreign countries to investigate domestic political opponents.

“I’m not going to do an interview on that!” Risch shot back.

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“I think that’s a fair question to ask, senator!” the reporter replied.

Risch then told the reporter that he would only answer questions related to the event he was attending that was being sponsored by the National Women’s Business Council.

“I’m not going there,” Risch replied. “If you want to have an interview with me about the business center, please do so.”

The reporter again pressed Risch to answer and noted that he is the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Risch at this point started to walk away from the interview before turning around and telling the reporter, “Don’t do that again!”

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Trump official Mina Chang quits after being busted inflating her resumé

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President Donald Trump has lost another top official in his State Department, days after Marie Yovanovitch testified the department had been "hollowed out."

"Mina Chang, a high-ranking State Department staffer who vaulted into the public spotlight after NBC reported she had inflated her resumé, has resigned from her position," Politico reported Monday.

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Dick Cheney’s cardiologist explains why Donald Trump’s hospital visit is ‘worrisome’ — and what it could be

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Dr. Jonathan Reiner, who is still former Vice President Dick Cheney’s cardiologist, said that he spoke with someone assigned to talk about the president's health in the White House and still has questions about President Donald Trump's trip to Walter Reed over the weekend.

"This had been something they had been thinking about for a while, the president had some downtime, so he went over to Walter Reed to get some of this done," said Dr. Reiner, citing the White House source. "There was no sophisticated testing done. It's a little bit unusual. Almost everything that is usually done in a presidential physical like this, can be done in the White House at the White House medical unit. So, it doesn't really make a lot of sense why the president would travel to Walter Reed on a Saturday afternoon for this kind of testing."

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells colleagues why the GOP’s arguments to support Trump are ‘weak’

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) sent a "dear colleague" letter to members of Congress calling the Republican Party's justification for President Donald Trump's actions "weak."

"The facts are uncontested: that the President abused his power for his own personal, political benefit, at the expense of our national security interests," Pelosi wrote.

"The weak response to these hearings has been 'Let the election decide.' That dangerous position only adds to the urgency of our action, because the President is jeopardizing the integrity of the 2020 elections," she continued.

Monday morning, Trump tweeted a quote from a Democratic member of Congress who claimed on Fox News that impeachment should be disbanded because it is dividing the country.

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