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‘Antithetical to everything we stand for’: Episcopal bishop ‘outraged’ police tear-gassed protesters so Trump could use ‘our church as a prop’

The bishop who oversees the Washington, DC church that Donald Trump visited following his speech on Monday admonished the president for using a place of worship as a “prop," noting the police deployed tear gas against peaceful protestors to clear a path for Trump's walk from the White House to St. John’s Church.

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Fox's Andrew Napolitano delivers on-air rebuttal after Trump lashes out at his 'dumb' legal analysis

Andrew Napolitano on Monday addressed Donald Trump’s personal attacks against him on-air after the president insulted the Fox News judicial analyst’s intelligence over the weekend.

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CNN's Jake Tapper defends his facial expressions when Trump officials feed him 'unrepentant BS'

CNN’s Jake Tapper on Wednesday replied to critics who say his reactions during live TV hits with Donald Trump administration are “editorializing” and prove a “bias” at CNN, telling The View he can’t help but react “when I hear unrepentant BS coming my way.”

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'You guys didn't have a plan!': The View's Whoopi Goldberg schools a flailing Meghan McCain on Iran

The View’s Whoopi Goldberg on Wednesday explained to Meghan McCain “how stuff works” after she tried to defend Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.

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A group of intrepid high school kids demanded Utah lawmakers acknowledge climate change -- and won

A group of high school students forced Utah state legislators to adopt a resolution seeking solutions to climate change, a reversal from the body’s 2010 resolution demanding “more convincing” science to support the phenomenon, High Country News reports.

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65-year-old man melts down on Fox News after high school forces cheerleading squad to make team more ‘inclusive'

“Professional motivational speaker” Larry Winget on Wednesday destroyed a high school cheerleading team after it forced squad members to make the team more “inclusive.” Winger called the situation “what’s wrong with everything.”

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WATCH: Iranian parliament burns US flag and chants ‘death to America’ after Trump kills nuclear deal

The Iranian parliament on Tuesday burned a printed image of the United States flag while shouting “death to America” after Donald Trump announced the country will pull out of the Iran nuclear deal.

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Kimmel rips Trump's withdrawal from Iran deal: 'The one time he should have pulled out, we ended up with Don Jr'

“Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday ripped Donald Trump’s decisions to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, telling his audience the one time the president “should have pulled out, we ended up with Don Jr.”

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Trump accuser Rachel Crooks secures Democratic nomination for Ohio state House of Representatives

Rachel Crooks, who accused Donald Trump of sexual misconduct during the 2016 presidential election, has won an uncontested Democratic primary in the race for Ohio state’s House of Representatives, the Washington Post reports.

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‘Feeling high tonight’: Internet cheers McConnell's 'level 10 trolling' of Trump-backing WV candidate

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) team made it very clear on Tuesday where the congressman stands on Don Blankenship, the convicted criminal and former Republican Senate candidate who called McConnell “Cocaine Mitch.”

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Trump sided with DOJ to protect identity of source providing info to Mueller from Nunes' document request

In a rare move last Wednesday, Donald Trump sided with his Department of Justice—headed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions—against Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), an ardent supporter of the president who’s made every effort to cast doubt on special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.

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‘How the f*ck did Avenatti find out?’: New York Times, NBC News back up Stormy Daniels’ lawyer on Cohen claim

The news that Donald Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen received $500,000 from Russia oligarch Viktor Vekselberg after the 2016 presidential election did not come from the New York Times, NBC News, or any traditional news outlet—though most major publications were able to corroborate that report.

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AT&T confirms part of Avenatti's claim -- says it paid Trump lawyer Michael Cohen for 'insight' into Trump administration

AT&T on Tuesday admitted it paid Essential Consultants LLC, Michael Cohen’s private company, for “insight into understanding” Donald Trump’s administration.

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Mueller questioned Russian oligarch close to Putin about payments to Michael Cohen: report

Special counsel Robert Mueller has questioned Russia oligarch Viktor Vekselberg about a payment his company allegedly made to Donald Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen, CNN reports.

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GOP Senate intel chair burns House intel Trump-Russia findings: They didn't 'substantiate every conclusion with facts'

Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), who chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee, ripped his colleagues on the House Intelligence Committee, arguing members of that panel did not "substantiate every conclusion with facts.

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