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Trump’s White House feels more ‘out-of-control’ than any time since his first two months: NYT reporter

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President Donald Trump speaking on the 4th of July (screengrab)

President Donald Trump’s poll numbers keep sinking, and New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman believes that it is making the Trump White House even more chaotic than usual.

Reacting to a new report about White House chief of staff Mark Meadows trying desperately to stop damaging leaks from fellow Trump officials, Haberman says that many people in the White House believe things haven’t been this bad since Trump’s infamously turbulent early months in office.

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“The current mood at the White House feels like the first two out-of-control months of the Trump administration,” she writes.

Trump created even more chaos for his own administration on Monday when he promoted a tweet from former “Love Connection” host Chuck Woolery that accused the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of deliberately lying about the COVID-19 pandemic to harm the president’s re-election chances.


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The NYPD said Kawaski Trawick’s killing ‘appears to be justified’ — but revealed video shows officers escalated the situation

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Kawaski Trawick was shot and killed in his Bronx apartment by a New York Police Department officer on April 14, 2019. The NYPD said Trawick had charged at officers with a knife. Video of the shooting shows the officers had escalated the situation — and that one officer then shot Trawick over his more-experienced partner’s objections.

While the NYPD has never released video of the shooting, the Bronx District Attorney’s Office released footage of it last month, along with a detailed report. ProPublica separately obtained parts of the videos.

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The View’s Ana Navarro drops the hammer on election challenge: ‘One more Trump fraud’

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"The View" co-host Ana Navarro called out President Donald Trump's efforts to undermine U.S. democracy as just another "grift."

The president's efforts to overturn his election loss to Joe Biden have set Republicans against each other in Georgia, where both Senate seats -- and the GOP majority -- remain up for grabs in a Jan. 5 runoff.

"When your enemy is shooting themselves, don't get in the way," Navarro said. "Look, if I were [Sen. Kelly] Loeffler or [Sen. David] Perdue, frankly, I would draw the curtains, bolt the doors, shut off the lights and ask somebody to wake me up when he's gone."

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‘People are dying’: Reporter backs Trump advisor Larry Kudlow into a corner on president’s gross negligence

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Tensions ran high at an outdoor press conference Friday when a reporter asked White House advisor Larry Kudlow, "Where is the President?" and he replied, "I don't understand."

The reporter said, "2,000 people a day are dying of COVID. Where is the President's leadership?"

CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid reported from Washington, D.C. Friday and shared the tweet below. The responses flowed in from there.

https://twitter.com/PaulaReidCBS/status/1334889853276856322

https://twitter.com/CBSThisMorning/status/1334833494762147840?s=20

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