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Fox & Friends hosts beg Trump not to commit more crimes during impeachment hearings: ‘Don’t tweet about it!’

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The hosts of President Donald Trump’s favorite morning show begged him not to intimidate or tamper with any of the impeachment witnesses testifying against him in a few hours.

Four new witnesses — National Security Council staffer Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, vice presidential aide Jennifer Williams, former Ukraine envoy Kurt Volker and NSC aide Tim Morrison — are scheduled to testify Tuesday in the second week of public impeachment hearings.

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The hosts of “Fox & Friends” urged the president not to insert himself into the process, as he did Friday, when he attacked former Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch on Twitter as she was testifying about his apparent extortion scheme.

“The president should just ignore this whole thing,” said co-host Brian Kilmeade. “Don’t tweet during it, don’t get outraged over it. It ticks you off.”

“There’s so much to do,” he added. “Just let these guys, like (Rep.) Doug Collins and company, fight (it) out and keep it on the straight and narrow, from a Republican perspective.”

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Trump’s obsession with wrecking Obamacare is pushing him into a political buzzsaw: report

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President Donald Trump's administration has asked the Supreme Court to strike down the entire Affordable Care Act at a time when the United States is suffering from a deadly pandemic.

An Axios analysis written by Drew Altman of the Kaiser Family Foundation argues that Trump's insistence on demolishing all of Obamacare puts him at odds not just with Democratic and independent voters, but also a majority of Republican voters.

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Big chain retailers — including Target and Home Depot — beg government to enforce standard mask-wearing nationwide

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In a letter sent to the National Governors Association, an industry group representing many of the largest retailers in the U.S. asked the country's governors to mandate and enforce rules requiring people to wear masks at all times while in public.

With the coronavirus spiking dramatically in some states, the Retail Industry Leaders Association, which represents Target and Home Depot among others, sent the letter on Monday, reports CBS News.

One major issue has been the increasing incidence of angry shoppers attacking employees due to non-standardized rules on masks.

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2020 Election

Trump is betting on reckless approach to win in November

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On the Fourth of July, a day meant to celebrate American independence, Donald Trump once again focused on creating a racist spectacle. Despite concerns about spreading the coronavirus and starting wildfires, Trump insisted on having a fireworks-heavy celebration at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, which was clearly a campaign rally no matter how much the taxpayers were bilked for it. Of course, the president's speech was pure culture-war vitriol, complete with classic Trumpian projection, this time when he called anti-racist activists "fascists," an extraordinary word choice that obviously better suits him.

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