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President Trump’s investigation into corruption

Did President Trump ask for investigation into corruption because he believed doing so was appropriate considering Ukraine’s history of corruption? Or, did Trump ask for an investigation into corruption because he believed doing so would make Joe Biden look bad?

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Simple takeaways from the full Mueller Report

The Russians interfered in the 2016 presidential election in two ways: they flooded social media with anti-Clinton/pro-Trump messaging, and they hacked and distributed email that disparaged Hillary Clinton, and published those email on WikiLeaks. Two years later, we have a report.

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The wait is over, with good news for the President

Willian Barr, the attorney general appointed by President Trump, read the Mueller report and quickly concluded: there was no collusion between president-elect Trump and the Russians, and there was no obstruction of justice.

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Emergency declaration to be shut down by Congress

All 47 Democratic senators are expected to vote against the emergency declaration, as well as at least four Republican senators, giving the Senate the simply majority it needs to reject the President’s declaration.

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About 10,000 US air traffic controllers are considered “essential” and are expected to work, despite not receiving compensation.