It’s Müller time, finally

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It is hard to believe that attorney General Bill Barr would be that it says far out on a limb on its conclusions, if it is not secured, in the sides of the Muller report, “Special Report” anchor Bret Baier.

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On the roster: It’s Müller time, finally – Harris the best of the higher standards for debates – snot Otter 2020 to do with the main donors – Fox News Klobuchar town hall on deck – DNC view

Fox News: “Special Counsel Robert Müller‘s report appeared in the Washington’s partisan scrum Thursday show investigators did not find evidence of collusion between the 2016 Trump campaign, and Moscow – as state attorney General Bill Barr said last month, but outlines a series of controversial events in which the President, have been investigated as part of the investigation, the obstruction of the investigation. These included President of the Trump allegedly told his White house Council in June 2017 to inform the acting attorney general that Mueller had, conflicts of interest and ” must be removed.’ The report said Trump also fumed over the original deadline — only to whine, it would mean the end of his presidency’ — the first to say then-DOJ-leader Jeff Sessions , he should resign, and later try to use the session to take to regain control over the probe. Müller has, ultimately, not to a result, whether the President cheating with his behavior disability. ‘Accordingly, while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it is also not exonerate him,” the report says.”

The voters still skeptical – Fox News: “But do not expect the release of Müller ‘ s report, the Problem in peace. The survey finds think 35 percent of the voters, the Russia investigation proves, there is no collision, while 64 percent disagree or have no opinion. In addition, 57 percent consider it at least somewhat more likely to be the US intelligence services broke the law, if the investigation of the Trump campaign, in the first line began…”

[The Wall Street Journal has a friendly way with a graphical overview of the entire report. Click here to see it.]

“The plan, as everything from the same pen, marks a turn of thinking, original, comprehensive, and correct, and is the more worthy of attention as it equally displays a fervent attachment to Republican government and an enlightened view of the dangerous propensities against which it should be guarded.” – Alexander Hamilton or James Madison, Federalist No. 49

Nat Geo: “Last weekend, more than 450 of the world’s best climbers convened, in the surroundings of Moscow at the CSKA Sports Complex for the second stop on the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup tour. All eyes were on Czech climber Adam Ondra, the reigning king of the really hard-rock-climbing, and a National Geographic adventurer of the year. A week ago, Ondra had made a victory at the first bouldering world Cup of the 2019 season, is proving he deserves as a pioneer for the competitive climb, the first Olympic games. With debut of away climbing in the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo in less than 16 months, the effects are already being felt. Top athletes vying for Olympic slots, and a rush of business-dollars and media attention to bear on the emerging sport. While most of the competitors in Moscow the well-known names that show the high level of competition, how far the emerging sport has come.”

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Trump job performance
Average Approval:
42.8 Percent
The average of the rejection: 52 percent
Net Rating: -9.2 Points
Change from prior week: up 1.2 points
[Average, includes: Fox News: 45% approve, reject – 51%; of the Monmouth University: 40% approve – 54% lean; Gallup: 45% approve, reject – 51%; GU policy/battle field: 43% approve – 52% lean; IBD: 41% approve – 52% disapprove.]

Politico: “hundreds of the biggest Democratic fundraisers in the past two presidential elections are already picking candidates for 2020 and Kamala Harris has a significant early edge, while Pete Buttigieg and his from-scratch campaign, has scrambled in the second category. Harris has already received donations of 176 individuals or couples who raised at least $100,000, and sometimes many times that for Hillary Clinton in 2016 or at least $50,000 for Barack Obama in 2012, according to a POLITICO analysis of new campaign Finance was announced, and ‘bundler’ of data from the Center for Responsive Politics. During the Democratic presidential campaigns have focused on the development of small-donor armies this year, bundlers me your networks for control campaigns of six or seven figures at a time, by schools you with a potentially massive role in a crowded base. The donations from this most important charity events will signal the out-of-the-gate-the interest of the candidate to produce many of the most prosperous and connected campaign supporters in the country.”

Buttigieg is using Obama and Hillary sponsors for the profits – CNBC: “Pete Buttigieg increasingly popular presidential candidate to run pulled, with the support of more than two dozen top Democratic events, including the people, the bundled large-dollar donations for Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton during their White house, the offers, according to a list from CNBC won campaign aides. The financiers on the list range from former US Ambassador in the real estate industry, the recent evidence that the South Bend, Indiana, the mayor of the underdog bid to challenge President Donald Trump next year is catching on with Democrats as the party sorted through a crowded primary field. icularly, Buttigieg sincere approach generates enthusiasm among the Democratic donor class. One of the leading names on the list, a lobbyist and former John Kerry in 2004, the campaign official Steve Elmendorf, decided to go back Buttigieg on Sunday, the day the mayor will officially launch his campaign with a speech in South Bend.”

The former Obama campaign boss, says Bernie can’t beat trump – WaPo: “Jim Messina, Barack Obama’s campaign manager in 2012, when the former President won re-election. On Wednesday, Messina spoke with ABC News’ Jonathan Karl about the re-election of Obama’s successor. Specifically, if sen Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) could beat President Trump a question, the Messina answer in the negative. “I think, if voters in this country, you’re swing is incredibly focused on the economy,’ Messina said. “I think today you is look at it and say that Bernie Sanders is unlikely to be able to stand up to the constant flood of Donald Trump on economic issues.” This is a somewhat obscure comment. It suggests that Sanders is the rhetoric not be able to with Trump on economic issues, which seems to be detached from what we know about each of the candidates. But it also uses a consistent argument that we have heard elsewhere: to beat The strength of the economy generally Trump.”

Politico: “Fox News announced Wednesday that it will host for the town hall with Sen. Amy Klobuchar next month will be their second event of the emergence of the 2020 campaign, with Democratic presidential candidates. The town hall is scheduled for 8. Of may in Milwaukee and is a guest of Fox anchor Bret Baier , and Martha MacCallum. News of Klobuchar town hall with the trombone-friendly network just a few days after sen Bernie Sanders, one of the Minnesota senator’s opponent for the 2020 democratic nomination, took part in the well-preserved town hall put on by Fox News. It also comes as Democrats reach out to voters outside of your typical audience in an effort to defeat President Donald Trump next year.”

McAuliffe bows out of 2020 race – WaPo: “Former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe said Wednesday that he will not participate in the crowded field of Democrats running for President, citing the need to raise funds and campaign for the Virginia General Assembly candidates as his successor, Gov. Ralph Northam, tries to recover from a blackface scandal. “My heart was with Virginia, as much as I wanted to run for President,’ McAuliffe said. ‘It kept tugging at me. . . . I just thought that I could walk away from Virginia.’ The 62-year-old Democrat has publicly about a White house bid since leaving the Executive Mansion in January 2018. He originally said he would decide, by 31. March but remained mum as he continued, visiting early primary States. … As recently as last week, McAuliffe created a buzz when he said in a speech and on Twitter, he would. shipping trump — a one-time campaign donors — such as the 280-pound alligator he wrestled in a 1980 Fund-raising stunt”

Harris shares regret over California’s refusal to go to school-politics – WaPo: “Sen. Kamala D. Harris, the former California attorney general, whose prosecutorial record, drawing criticism from some as too hard, with ‘regret’ on Wednesday for a truancy program implemented, and said she would not support the expansion of the National if you will, President. While the state attorney of San Francisco, Harris tried to fight the estate to attend school, through the criminalization of truancy. She was back in the situation, the threat of fines or jail time for the parents of children who do not have too many days of school. … [W]hen she was attorney General of the state of California in the year 2011, they implemented the country-wide policy. … On Wednesday, speaking to the left-leaning podcast Pod Save America, Harris complained of what they called “unintended consequences” of the policy — in other words, that the policy was never intended to criminalise parents to motivate only you that your children attended the school — and distancing itself from the inhibitions that resulted from it.”

Yang: companies like Amazon will be my Fund Universal Basic Income plan – Fox News: “the democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang promoted his” freedom dividend ” plan, while the ‘Fox News @ Night with Shannon Bream‘ Thursday and revealed that tech companies like Amazon would Fund the proposed program aims, the American adults are $1,000 dollars per month. “We can all see that Amazon paid zero in Federal taxes last year despite record revenue. And so, if we know that the big winner in the new technology age, in order to pay zero taxes, then enough money is not, of course, have to go, ” Yang said, the bream, if they be pressed on how he would like to Fund a Universal Basic Income plan. “But if we can manage to follow other countries examples and a mechanism, where we all benefit from the innovations, then we can pay for a $1,000 dividend to all American adults. Our economy is up to a record level of $20 Billion.'”

By 2020, the senators run Harris, Booker to miss the most votes – AP: “Kamala Harris and Cory Booker have each missed more than a fifth of the Senate votes so far this year, as the campaign for President, according to an Associated Press analysis of congressional data. With 16 missed votes of the 77 that the Republican-controlled Senate held in the year 2019, Harris, and Booker is far faster than the number missed by your colleagues senators in the fight for the democratic presidential nomination. Sen Bernie Sanders has missed seven votes so far this year, while Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand and Amy Klobuchar have each missed three and sen. Elizabeth Warren has missed the Chance, a voice, the AP found. The presidency is aiming for a sitting member of Congress requires a logistical juggling, often leads to candidates, the hits for missed votes, as the pace of the campaign season picks up.”

The women of 2020 to allow for the election, not Hillary – The New Republic: “During the 2016 campaign, there was little discussion about the candidates was available, in addition to Hillary Clinton—as she’d be the only woman in the political world. Now, the post-Hillary truth: The democratic party had a Bank. And because they are a pure test of how the voters and members of the chattering classes do not respond to Hillary, this group is currently to women. “Although all of the Luggage and all of them have errors, you have the Hillary Clinton’s baggage,’ [Jennifer Lawless, a UVA political analyst]. Lawless observed. The 2020 election will be a referendum on Clinton, and everything that represented you and your husband. Instead, it will be a “real choice” between the women, their backgrounds, careers, and achievements have nothing to do with your husband.”

RCP: “The Democratic National Committee an overcrowding problem on its hands, and is considering ways to address it. After the relaxation of its rules, the party is now space for an expansive field of presidential candidates that have qualified for the first two primary debates this summer. On the Basis of the current formula, 15-hopefuls already earned a place on stage for the first nationally televised debate, the two nights of June 26-27. But after the second debate on July 30-31, some of these candidates might not be a subsequent sections. Sources with direct knowledge said, real clear politics, that the DNC is the change in the light of the rule. ‘This type of low-entry point in the debates is not winnowing said forever,” a party functionary, before naming would be possible to create higher standards in terms of fundraising and polling, a ” natural, before we get to Iowa.'”

This week, Fox News Senior judicial Analyst judge Andrew Napolitano explains why Easter, there is still hope: “freedom is the ability of every person to exercise freely, without a government permission slip, or watchdog. Free will is a natural property that we share with God. He created us in His image and likeness. When He is completely free, so are we. If the government takes away free will, whether by fiat or by a majority of votes, it steals a gift we receive from God; it violates the natural law; it prevents us from that, and the use of the funds, to seek the truth. … What is the meaning of Easter? Easter means that there is hope for the dead. If there is hope for the dead, then there is hope for the living. But, like the colonists against the oppression of the king, we the living can achieve our hopes if we have freedom. And that requires a government that protects freedom, not one that attacks.” More here.

Fox News poll: immigration, economy top list of voter concerns – Fox News

“You gave him permission to, he gave her permission to die — and you know, what did you do? They had a drink.” – Susan page, author of ” The matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American dynasty,’ detailed one of the last moments together between Barbara and her husband , George H. W. Bush on America’s Newsroom on Wednesday.

“It is sad that we are on this subject in the light of the fire at Notre Dame, but I did not want to recommend a video series by the late Francis Schaeffer, one of my favorite Christian authors. The series’ How We Should Then live”, came out originally in 1977. It was updated in 2009 and describes the Western culture from a Christian perspective. I think it was Schaeffer, the answer or alternative to Sir Kenneth Clark‘s ‘civilization’ series. When she’s not watching it, I highly recommend it. As always, I wish you and your family God’s rich blessings!” – Paul K. Schnier, Shoreham, NY

[Ed. Note: Not only have I seen, but Schaeffer is a graduate of my alma mater, Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. Fun fact: in his follow-up “Whatever Happened to the Human Race” was, told of the future Surgeon General C. Everett Koop.]

“I’ve read it almost finished Accidental President. I’m confused about whether it is possible to hear to participate in the book club discussion, or in real-time, or we listen to the “I’ll Tell you What’ has been a podcast released in the next week?” – Nancy Hemstreet Eaton, Glastonbury, Conn.

[Ed. Note: I think I can get us a week extension of Professor Perino. Stay tuned!]

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NPR: “Pennsylvania’s soon-to-be the official amphibian has more than its fair share of nicknames: snot otter, mud devil, Allegheny alligator, devil dog, lasagna lizard. In short, it is not just a looker. But the Eastern hellbender salamander was the overwhelming choice of the members of the amphibian representation in the state. On Tuesday, the state House of Representatives 191-6 elected on a law, the name of the aquatic creature, to prove his Status. The Senate passed the bill in February. The hellbender is a nocturnal tailed amphibian, which can grow more than 2 meters long. The mud-colored creature, wrapped in a layer of mucus, breathing mainly by loose flaps of thick, wrinkled skin that look a bit like lasagna noodles. The hellbender is also a Canary for the destruction of the environment.”

“I think we have an electorate, which is beginning to feel soiled himself and is in need of a shower. The hypocrisy, and the real damage is for both parties and the political system.” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) on “special report with Bret Baier” on Oct. 12, 2016.

Chris Stirewalt , the politics editor for Fox News. Brianna McClelland contributed to this report. FOX News mid-term report in your Inbox every day wants? You can register here.

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