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Lev Parnas’s attorney releases hilarious video of his client with Republicans — to urge impeachment witnesses

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Lev Parnas, the indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani, is doing all he can in his quest to testify to Congress about his role in the Ukraine scandal at the heart of President Donald Trump’s impeachment.

On Monday, Parnas’s defense team turned over more evidence to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

On Monday evening, his attorney posted a video on Twitter to further his demand to “Let Lev Speak.”

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The video shows Parnas sitting in the House Rules Committee when it was chaired by former Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX). Parnas was holding a gavel.

It also features a picture of Parnas giving a thumbs-up gesture while standing next to Trump, Parnas and Giuliani in tuxedos, and name placards showing Trump sitting next to Parnas.

Another shows Parnas giving two thumbs up while wearing “Sessions” sports jersey with the number of the former congressman’s congressional district.

The video is set to the music of the 1990 song “U Can’t Touch This” by MC Hammer.

“Stop, hammer time. Go with the flow, in a spin, if you can’t move to this, then you probably are dead,” Hammer sang.

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“So wave, your hands in the air, bust through the moves, run your fingers through your hair,” he continued. “This is it, for a winner, dance to this and you’re gonna get thinner.”

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Furious Trump grilling aides on how impeachment is playing with voters: report

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According to a report in the New York Times, a furious Donald Trump spent Thursday afternoon huddled with close White House aides worrying how voters are reacting to his impeachment as it heads to a Senate trial.

Following an afternoon where he tweeted about how unfair the impeachment process has been ( “I JUST GOT IMPEACHED FOR MAKING A PERFECT PHONE CALL!” he wrote) -- and snapping at reporters -- the Times reports the president later bunkered down with staffers to discuss what to do next.

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The Trump administration misled the country by saying there were ‘no casualties’ from Iran attack: report

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After Iran targeted missiles at U.S. military personnel in Iraq in retaliation for the kill of a top general, the Trump administration declared that there were no casualties from attack, and — at least for the time being — it allowed the conflict to de-escalate.

But on Thursday night, a new report from Defense One revealed the initial claim that there were “no casualties” from the attack was false. It reported that 11 U.S. troops were injured in the attack and taken to hospitals to be treated for “traumatic brain injury.”

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State of emergency: High tension in Virginia as right-wing gun fanatics descend on Richmond

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Buried under the cascade of serious national news Wednesday was the alarming story that Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia had declared a state of emergency through next Tuesday evening in Richmond, the state capital. The declaration includes a ban on firearms and other weapons near Capitol Square, where the Democratic-led state legislature meets. Monday is a scheduled "lobbying day" for the Virginia Citizens Defense League, a far right pro-gun group, and Northam's office announced that law enforcement has "identified credible threats of violence surrounding the event, along with white nationalist rhetoric and plans by out-of-state militia groups to attend."

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