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Trump: Khashoggi's death was 'a plot gone awry'

President Trump said Monday he believes the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was the result of a “plot gone awry,” and that he opposes ending weapons sales to Riyadh as a result.Trump, who made the comments during an interview with USA… Source: The Hill

Congress raises pressure on Saudi Arabia

Lawmakers are mulling legislation to punish Saudi Arabia for the death of a U.S.-based journalist in the latest sign of the bipartisan furor sparked by Jamal Khashoggi’s slaying.How the United States should respond has emerged as a wedge between… Source: The Hill

Kushner on working at the White House: I 'wouldn’t say' it’s 'fun'

President Trump’s adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner on Monday said he wouldn’t describe it as “fun” to work in the White House but added that he is “invigorated” by the job.“I wouldn’t say fun. I have a lot of joy in my life and I… Source: The Hill

Murderer Did Mohammed bin Salman really screwed up?

Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told Fox News “the murder” had been a “tremendous mistake” and denied the powerful crown prince had ordered it. Yet he did order it. Just as Stalin order the deaths of those who apposed him, Mohammed bin Salman, in the 21st…

Don't Hand Congress to the Radical Left

Bruce Bialosky, TownhallIf they have not told us what they really want to do, we can take a stab at it from crumbs they left along the trail. Source: Real Clear Politics

What Is Harvard Trying to Hide?

Josh Gerstein, PoliticoFor years, reporters have been trying to get elite universities to be more transparent about their admissions process. It might take a court to pry it all open â?? with unforeseen consequences. Source: Real Clear Politics

Think Trump Is Erratic Now? Just Wait Until After the Midterm

David Rothkopf, LATChanges in personnel in the administration and in Congress, along with a possible blue wave in the House, will make Trump’s foreign policy more combative and unpredictable. Source: Real Clear Politics

Gorbachev calls Trump's withdrawal from arms treaty 'a mistake'

Mikhail Gorbachev, the former leader of the Soviet Union, urged President Trump not to pull the U.S. out of a landmark arms control treaty, The Telegraph newspaper reported Sunday.Gorbachev negotiated the The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces… Source: The Hill

GOP Is the Party of the Poor, Dems Are the Party of the Rich

Ken Fisher, USA TodayRepublicans are very much the party of the poor and Democrats are the party of the rich. This seemingly sounds nuts. It isn’t. Thirty-two states have Republican-controlled legislatures. Source: Real Clear Politics

The Democrats' Globalization Dilemma

Marshall Auerback, Asia TimesDo you get to greater economic fairness by more redistribution in a globalized, financialized/IP-dominated economy, thus accepting open borders and innovation-led growth, or by rebuilding the profitable productive economy to increase domestic incomes and wages, thus embracing a robust industrial and trade…

Avenatti: Trump's response to the Saudis is an 'outrage'

Lawyer Michael Avenatti on Saturday said President Trump’s response to the Saudis over the death of U.S.-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been an “outrage,” denouncing the president for failing to take a “strong stance” against the kingdom…. Source: The Hill

DHS to 'closely monitor' caravan of migrants headed for US border

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Sunday that the agency is focused on rooting out potential criminal gang members who may seek to exploit a so-called “caravan” of Central American migrants seeking asylum in the U.S.”… Source: The Hill

Dems zero in on Trump’s alleged conflicts of interest

Democrats itching to investigate President Trump’s possible conflicts of interests have zeroed in on a familiar presidential foe: the FBI.House Democrats released a trove of new documents this week that they say prove Trump was directly involved in… Source: The Hill

Press: Judge Kavanaugh must withdraw

It’s another one for the history books.Thursday’s hearing, when Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, are scheduled to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, promises more drama than any congressional… Source: Bill Press on The Hill