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MSNBC hack Lawrence O’Donnell panics and ‘apologizes’ For Trump-Russia smear after Trump threatens lawsuit

Lawrence O’Donnell spread another Trump-Russia lie in an episode of the program, The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell on Tuesday night and Trump’s lawyers immediately responded.

O’Donnell was reporting on the news that Deutsche Bank confirmed it was in possession of some of Donald Trump’s tax returns.

As part of O’Donnell’s news report, he claimed that Trump’s co-signers on his Deutsche Bank loans were Russian oligarchs with close ties to Putin, citing one anonymous source.

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Mark Levin confronts Yale psychiatrist who’s been making wild claims about Trump’s health

Tuesday on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin interviewed Yale psychiatrist Dr. Bandy Lee, author of the book “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump,” challenging her claims that President Trump is a “danger” based on observations and assumptions about the president’s mental stability.

In her book, Lee claims Trump’s presidency is “a public health emergency,” and she has met with Democratic members of Congress, given interviews, and made several TV appearances warning of the president’s mental state.

Levin asked her if she has ever met the president or spoken to him, to which she responded, “No.”

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Ihlan Omar stole my husband, DC mom claims in divorce papers

A Washington, DC, mom says her political-consultant husband left her for Rep. Ilhan Omar, according to a bombshell divorce filing obtained by The Post.

Dr. Beth Mynett says her cheating spouse, Tim Mynett, told her in April that he was having an affair with the Somali-born US representative — and that he even made a “shocking declaration of love” for the Minnesota congresswoman before he ditched his wife, alleges the filing, submitted in DC Superior Court on Tuesday.

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Silicon Valley’s Communist social credit system

Many Westerners are disturbed by what they read about China’s social credit system. But such systems, it turns out, are not unique to China. A parallel system is developing in the United States, in part as the result of Silicon Valley and technology-industry user policies, and in part by surveillance of social media activity by private companies.

Here are some of the elements of America’s growing social credit system.

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The NYT Magazine’s “1619 Project” is mostly progressive propaganda

Recently, The New York Times Magazine unveiled the “1619 Project,” a series of stories, interviews, and essays that commemorate the 400th anniversary of when slavery began in the country that would become the United States.

While education about slavery is an important aspect of America’s history and a way to ensure such evil doesn’t ever occur again, it’s clear that much of this project is a result of the NY Times’s progressive, revisionist historical approach, not a genuine desire to inform its readers.

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Calls to label Mexican cartels as terror groups as they grow stronger, more violent

The homicide rate in Mexico is rising at record-setting pace this year, with more than 30,000 murders in the first seven months.
It’s on target to hit almost 51,500 deaths by year’s end—about 1,000 more than in 2018 and 6,000 more than in 2017. That’s not accounting for the huge number of disappearances.

Cartel wars are causing bloodshed at the border, as well as in large port areas and major drug production areas.

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Annual Amazon farmland burn sets records for international outrage

Every year, farmers in the Amazon set fires to clear agricultural land during the dry season starting in August, but this year may be a record-setter, not for the number of fires, but for the global outrage.

The G-7 nations pledged Monday about $40 million to help fight fires in the Amazon rainforest in response to the outcry from celebrities, media outlets and leaders like French President Emmanuel Macron, who said the blazes represented an “international crisis.”

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On climate, Trump says he won’t lose nation’s wealth to ‘dreams and windmills’

“It’s tremendous wealth,” Trump told reporters gathered at the G-7 summit in France. “I’m not going to lose that wealth. I’m not going to lose it on dreams and windmills, which, frankly, aren’t working too well.”

Trump’s remarks came after White House aides acknowledged he skipped a session of the G-7 meeting focused on climate, biodiversity and the health of oceans. The White House said the president was taking part in other meetings during that session.

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Tom Cotton: The US should buy Greenland to fend off China

The United States should purchase Greenland from Denmark because China “understands not only Greenland’s geographic importance but also its economic potential,” Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., said Monday.

“Greenland is rich in a wide array of mineral deposits, including rare-earth minerals, resources critical to our high-tech and defense industries,” Cotton said in an op-ed in The New York Times.

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