MALE PRIVILEGE:— Sargon of Akkad 3.0 (@SargonOfAkkad_3) June 12, 2018
Deaths in battle
Winners of custody
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Friday, June 15, 2018
President Trump promised that putting America first would be the solemn duty of his Administration. It also creates an effective foundation for U.S. leadership in the world.
President Trump promised that putting America first would be the solemn duty of his Administration. It also creates an effective foundation for U.S. leadership in the world.— The White House (@WhiteHouse) June 15, 2018
Read more in 1600 Daily:https://t.co/A68ueVC88u
This is an EXCELLENT move by @realDonaldTrump most of these technology products from #China are made from technology stolen from U.S. companies. They steal over $300 billion worth of technology a year. So these aren’t tariffs they are a #TheftTax https://t.co/HheGhXSklE— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) June 15, 2018
The IG Report Shows That The Fix Was In From Start Of The Clinton Email Investigation https://t.co/p4CeREN9su— IBDeditorials (@IBDeditorials) June 14, 2018
...prosecutors favor the more severe 18 U.S. Code § 793, which is part of the notoriously tough Espionage Act. The law restricts possession or retention of information “relating to the national defense" and carries a possible 10 years in prison, with a 10-year statute of limitations....
Because of the passage of time, it’s possible Clinton cannot be charged under the gentler statute. She left office in February 2013, and the law’s specific wording covers when someone "knowingly removes such documents or materials without authority and with the intent to retain" them — written in such a way that the clock may begin when removal happens.
“I think that under this statute, the proscription is on the removal and it would run from removal,” prominent defense attorney Barry Pollack told the Washington Examiner.
But under the harsher law, the 10-year countdown arguably started in late March 2015, when tech aide Paul Combetta had what he told the FBI was an “oh shit” moment and deleted stored emails using the software BleachBit, after forgetting to do so months earlier.
Under the tougher law, "I would think its statute [of limitations] would not start to run as long as the person has the documents,” Pollack said. “It has a ten-year limitations period, not five.”...
New: 'Viva le resistance': How political bias infected FBI Trump, Clinton probes. https://t.co/EQtJfH4kxk— Byron York (@ByronYork) June 15, 2018
Bush official: "Trump and Kim Have Just Walked Us Back From the Brink of War" https://t.co/WQJf9CL1ot— The Briefing Room (@Briefing__Room) June 13, 2018
Don Surber: NYT columnist attacks Trump for fulfilling his wish: https://t.co/SqqEu5bviw— Dave O (@do6986) June 14, 2018
Rubio: Media ‘Attacked Trump for Leading Us Towards War,’ Then ‘For Being Too Quick for Peace’ https://t.co/GthvwKiQkb— CNSNews.com (@cnsnews) June 12, 2018
It has been a week full of wins for President Donald Trump -- at least for those who share Trump's view of the way the world works, and perhaps even for some who don't.
Exhibit A is Trump's summit meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in Singapore. In their self-congratulatory joint statement, they said that North Korea committed to "work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula" and the United States agreed to "provide security guarantees" to North Korea....
Will We Get Tired of So Much Winning? https://t.co/urrqCd0nAl— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) June 15, 2018
California voters' decision to reduce penalties for drug and property crimes in 2014 contributed to a jump in car burglaries, shoplifting and other theft, researchers say. https://t.co/S0qVF3TmQ8— The Associated Press (@AP) June 13, 2018
Thefts rise after California reduces criminal penalties... https://t.co/Hw0jgCysAy— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) June 13, 2018
California voters' decision to reduce penalties for drug and property crimes in 2014 contributed to a jump in car burglaries, shoplifting and other theft, researchers reported.
Larcenies increased about 9 percent by 2016, or about 135 more thefts per 100,000 residents than if tougher penalties had remained, according to results of a study by the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California released Tuesday.
Thefts from motor vehicles accounted for about three-quarters of the increase. San Francisco alone recorded more than 30,000 auto burglaries last year, which authorities largely blamed on gangs. Shoplifting may be leveling off, researchers found, but there is no sign of a decline in thefts from vehicles.
Proposition 47 lowered criminal sentences for drug possession, theft, shoplifting, identity theft, receiving stolen property, writing bad checks and check forgery from felonies that can bring prison terms to misdemeanors that often bring minimal jail sentences....
For those who may have read today's Times Standard article... https://t.co/N1XXXLL4hv— Steve Watson (@SWatsonEPD) June 14, 2018
Online: https://t.co/QNOwhkXaVo— Rob Henneke (@robhenneke) June 15, 2018
A federal appeals court has handed the Trump administration a major victory by ruling against an insurance company whose lawyers claimed the taxpayers owed it $214 million in Obamacare subsidies. Moda Health Plan had sued the government, claiming that it was owed the money pursuant to the law’s “risk corridor” program. The Trump administration argued that it couldn’t legally disperse the funds because doing so would have violated an explicit congressional requirement that this particular subsidy program remain budget neutral. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit agreed with the Trump administration.
Yesterday’s appeals court ruling reversed a summary judgment handed down by Judge Thomas C. Wheeler of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims wherein he ordered the government to reimburse Moda for losses it incurred on coverage sold via Obamacare exchanges. That Wheeler’s ruling was reversed shouldn’t be surprising, however. He was the only judge to find for the plaintiffs in any of several risk corridor lawsuits — and for good reason. Article I of the Constitution is not ambiguous about which branch of our government is authorized to appropriate funds from the U.S. Treasury. Judge Wheeler evidently skipped the high school class where the rest of us learned these things: ...
'About damn TIME'! Looks like Nikki Haley's finally HAD IT with the UN's 'chronic anti-Israel bias' https://t.co/z42UJ9VbZw— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 15, 2018
To everyone about to write a scathing hot take: the Bush admin also left the UN HRC, which is a club of dictators and terrorists fixated on one single country, Israel. Why is US even on it? Because Obama re-joined it when he took office. https://t.co/GMvCp6C0ln— Noah Pollak (@NoahPollak) June 15, 2018
A Few IG Report Thoughts https://t.co/LAPhC4c41I— National Review (@NRO) June 16, 2018
Interesting footnote. Peter Kadzik was caught telling falsehoods to the IG about his "heads up" email to John Podesta (published by @WikiLeaks in 2016). Lying to an investigating U.S. federal official is a five year criminal offence. https://t.co/0UaWBAQ82i pic.twitter.com/O7KYrg5AoL— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) June 15, 2018
"With @HillaryClinton, everyone was given immunity. With @realDonaldTrump, it's search warrants, subpoenas, breaking down doors at 6 a.m. guns ablaze."
.@seanhannity: "With @HillaryClinton, everyone was given immunity. With @realDonaldTrump, it's search warrants, subpoenas, breaking down doors at 6 a.m. guns ablaze." #Hannity https://t.co/8JwD26v8ko pic.twitter.com/TOL96ftg1m— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 15, 2018
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Phil Salzone is an 88 year old Korean War veteran who requests his photo be shared showing how happy he is that he was able to live long enough to see President Trump accomplish what he thought was impossible.
Phil Salzone is an 88 year old Korean War veteran who requests his photo be shared showing how happy he is that he was able to live long enough to see President Trump accomplish what he thought was impossible. pic.twitter.com/esASZBPAZF— GRIZZ 🍺 (@grizz_meister) June 14, 2018
"The sad reality is that every action taken in this “matter” was driven by the false smug certitude that the #Hildebeest would prevail in the election"
12 Things You Need To Know About The Inspector General's DAMNING Report on The FBI's Hillary/Trump Conduct https://t.co/6YvfH1kQb3— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) June 14, 2018
The sad reality is that every action taken in this “matter” was driven by the false smug certitude that the #Hildebeest would prevail in the election. Trump’s victory has the rats scrambling. This is going to be fun for years to come! https://t.co/qonLcfTKYn— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) June 14, 2018
This is nuts. Clinton is on tape, prior to this interview, several times stating there was no classified information. They knew this was a lie going into the interview and just wrote it off. "Mrs Clinton were you aware there was classified information on your server? No? Okay!" pic.twitter.com/gf7mHHgSGg— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 14, 2018
We knew there was a deluge of unauthorized leaks from the FBI. But did we know that FBI employees “received benefits from reporters, including tickets to sporting events, golfing outings, drinks and meals…admittance to nonpublic social events!?” https://t.co/rTPemrFF8q #IGReport pic.twitter.com/87cVGGLC7U— Benjamin Weingarten (@bhweingarten) June 14, 2018
We need a commission that entirely reshapes and restrains the FBI. Senior career members in our domestic intelligence must never be allowed to illegally meddle with another US election, again.— Ali Alexander 👑 (@ali) June 14, 2018
Our government has too much power over people.@realDonaldTrump 🇺🇸
Happy Birthday President @realDonaldTrump; a man who never wavers nor back down, a job creator, a motivator, a negotiator and an ultimate deal maker.— Diamond and Silk® (@DiamondandSilk) June 14, 2018
You are truly making America Great Again! pic.twitter.com/zOAZptWDOM
Sarah Sanders wishes President Trump a happy birthday: "I don't think he looks a day over 35." pic.twitter.com/oKNOvJUPiq— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) June 14, 2018
Happy birthday, President Trump! Susan and I wish you continued strength and fortitude as you work to advance the interests of the American people. I'm humbled to serve under your leadership on behalf of our nation. pic.twitter.com/9jvdygJRgl— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) June 14, 2018
Happy, happy birthday Dad! I love you very much.— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) June 14, 2018
Wishing you your best year yet!!! pic.twitter.com/ejbk28IJHe
A great throwback and a cool family shot to wish my dad @realdonaldtrump a very happy birthday from the monsters and me. Watching what you’re accomplishing every day makes us more and more proud of you. #happybirthday #dad #tbt #throwbackthursday #throwback pic.twitter.com/bhZVRsExOC— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) June 14, 2018
Today is President Trump's 72nd birthday. From Apprentice to President, here are 32 photos of Mr. Trump through the years. Happy birthday, Mr. President https://t.co/VIFerntI5r pic.twitter.com/YRzzXABviS— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 14, 2018
Wishing a happy birthday to President Trump, who turns 72 today. pic.twitter.com/6Q0ZCOepuc— TODAY (@TODAYshow) June 14, 2018
#FlagDay— Fox News Research (@FoxNewsResearch) June 14, 2018
🇺🇸To date, there have been 27 official versions of the American flag.
→ First official flag adopted on June 14, 1777 displayed 13 stripes, 13 stars (for 13 colonies).
→ 50-star flag was adopted on July 4, 1960, less than a year after Hawaii became the 50th state. pic.twitter.com/M7IeRDMLyV
'DOJ has some 'splainin' to do.' Brit Hume tweets about 'missing texts' and the Left just can't DEAL
BREAKING NEWS: Justice Dept. inspector general releases report on FBI's handling of Hillary Clinton email case; Comey found 'insubordinate'.; Catherine Herridge has the latest - Part 1. https://t.co/F7PblKOFWv pic.twitter.com/5uVu0tZTwQ— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 14, 2018
BREAKING NEWS: Justice Dept. inspector general releases report on FBI's handling of Hillary Clinton email case; Comey found 'insubordinate'.; Catherine Herridge has the latest - Part 2. https://t.co/F7PblKOFWv pic.twitter.com/pLRPjBeMET— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 14, 2018
568 pages in all - here is the DOJ IG report on the handling of the Clinton email investigation https://t.co/JapuK6Fept— Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) June 14, 2018
More anti-Trump bias at the FBI exposed today. https://t.co/Pf9DP2P0FC— GOP (@GOP) June 14, 2018
However, the IG concluded that Strzok's text implies **a willingness to take official action to impact a presidential candidate’s electoral prospects,** even if it found no evidence such action was taken by either Strzok or Page. pic.twitter.com/fAdwhqB3vV— Alex Mallin (@alex_mallin) June 14, 2018
Trey Gowdy goes NUCLEAR on FBI and Strzok, calls into question legitimacy of Russia investigation https://t.co/dWGXsaqg4S— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 14, 2018
IG Report:— Fox News Research (@FoxNewsResearch) June 14, 2018
•1.2M+ docs reviewed
•Comey "insubordinate" in email probe
•Comey had no bias in clearing Clinton
•FBI texts raised "questions of bias" in Mueller probe
•Lynch had "error in judgment" in tarmac incident https://t.co/nGK3QXtuio
Then-FBI Director Comey didn’t know Anthony Weiner was married to Huma Abedin? Is this a joke?— Benjamin Weingarten (@bhweingarten) June 14, 2018
Almost as bad as Hillary claiming not to know classification symbols on emails. https://t.co/rTPemrFF8q #IGReport pic.twitter.com/CRQ1DhYOif
IG REPORT:— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) June 14, 2018
FBI failed to reassess McCabe's potential Hatch Act violations and investigative conflicts after he left the Washington field office to become deputy FBI director at FBI headquarters
'DOJ has some 'splainin' to do.' Brit Hume tweets about 'missing texts' and the Left just can't DEAL https://t.co/heSqynew2j— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 14, 2018
Pundits are already using the IG report to run cover for Peter Strzok. THIS is the key. They only found that political motivation did not directly affect the CLINTON investigation, no ruling on the Trump 2016 investigation https://t.co/BvLUuWW6nb— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) June 14, 2018
Breaking: FBI agent texted "We’ll stop" Trump from becoming president, a disclosure that's included in a Justice report to be released today https://t.co/u2IsdEgbkk— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) June 14, 2018
DOJ says an email was sent today to relevant congressional committees saying the inspector general recently found more texts between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, which will be discussed in today's forthcoming report pic.twitter.com/lsAN9PJwnO— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) June 14, 2018
In response to finding classified information emailed or forwarded to gmail and yahoo accounts by Mills, Abedin and Sullivan. pic.twitter.com/PoYLiIBrfe— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 14, 2018
(E)mbrace the “health care wars”—because with the help of the Trump administration and free-market state lawmakers across the country, consumers have more options now than at any time since Obamacare was first imposed.
Sarah Lee - We Should Welcome the ‘Health Care Wars’ https://t.co/ODEpleWUEz— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) June 14, 2018
...as the histrionics over who is to blame for today’s rising health care costs has already begun. Democrats blame Republicans for effectively getting rid of Obamacare because insurers are threatening higher premiums, but Republicans have the better argument because premiums and deductibles were rising before Obamacare started its death spiral.
As of yet, there aren’t hard and fast solutions to these problems, but there are good reasons for Americans to feel hopeful about health insurance again. They need only look in the right place. And that place is much closer to home than Washington, DC.
Reporters are doing their best to convince Americans health care should be the primary issuein the 2018 midterm elections and that Trump and Republicans deserve the blame for the system’s current woes, but many average Americans desperately looking for inexpensive health insurance should stop looking to the federal government for answers and start examining what the legislators in their own state are doing to make health care more affordable. Many states are now introducing numerous cost-saving innovations and utilizing market forces to improve health care access.
(T)he ACLU is no longer a neutral defender of everyone's civil liberties; it has morphed into a hyper-partisan, hard-left political advocacy group
The Final Nail in the ACLU's Coffin https://t.co/lILrtiwT1b— PubliusNV (@PubliusNV) June 14, 2018
The director of the American Civil Liberties Union has now acknowledged what should have been obvious to everybody over the past several years: that the ACLU is no longer a neutral defender of everyone's civil liberties; it has morphed into a hyper-partisan, hard-left political advocacy group. The final nail in its coffin was the announcement that for the first time in its history the ACLU would become involved in partisan electoral politics, supporting candidates, referenda and other agenda-driven political goals.
The headline in the June 8, 2018 edition of The New Yorker tells it all: "The ACLU is getting involved in elections – and reinventing itself for the Trump Era." The article continues:
"In this midterm year, however, as progressive groups have mushroomed and grown more active, and as liberal billionaires such as Howard Schultz and Tom Steyer have begun to imagine themselves as political heroes and eye Presidential runs, the A.C.L.U., itself newly flush, has begun to move in step with the times. For the first time in its history, the A.C.L.U. is taking an active role in elections. The group has plans to spend more than twenty-five million dollars on races and ballot initiatives by Election Day, in November."
Since its establishment nearly 100 years ago, the ACLU has been, in the words of The New Yorker, "Fastidiously nonpartisan, so prudish about any alliance with any political power that its leadership, in the 1980's and 90's, declined even to give awards to likeminded legislators for fear that it might give the wrong impression." ...
I’ve watched many people rise and leave the Democratic Party but in this video below, this young man is the epitome of “waking up.” But he doesn’t stop there, he’s put his thoughts in a video with a new movement called #WalkAway.
Here is the #WalkAway video by @USminority - he left the Democratic Party and this video is nothing like you've ever seen! >> https://t.co/ThVciCWZbJ #— 🎙Wayne Dupree (@WayneDupreeShow) June 13, 2018
It's a must share! #maga #trumparmy #donaldtrump #politics #democrat #republican
...Today I’m kicking off the #WalkAway campaign by releasing my video about why I am walking away from liberalism and the Democratic Party. It is my sincere hope that you will join me in this campaign and that we may start a movement in this country- which not only encourages others to walk away from the divisive left, but also takes back the narrative from the liberal media about what it means to be a conservative in America. It is up to all of us to make our voices heard and reclaim the truth.
The Democratic Party has taken for granted that it owns racial, sexual, and religious minorities in America. It has encouraged groupthink, hypocrisy, division, stereotyping, resentment, and the acceptance of victimhood mentality. And all the while, they have discouraged minorities from having independent thought, open dialogue, measured and informed opinion, and a motivation to succeed.
Please like and share my video, and please post your own #WalkAway video!! If you are a former liberal who has walked away from the left, please share your story, or your message, or your thoughts in a video on the WalkAway Campaign Facebook Page.
If you are a lifelong conservative or non-Democrat, please share your story, message, or thoughts on what it truly means to be a conservative. Right now, the liberal media continues to perpetuate a false narrative about the “hateful” and “bigoted” right. Use your voice to let people know who conservatives really are. Be sure to use the hashtag #WalkAway....
1. There has been such amazing support & love given to me since my video was released and this movement began just over 2 weeks ago. But I’m a big believer in loyalty and acknowledgement of those who have really gone the mile without/for you. My friend, @PeteHolmbergNYC, another— The Unsilent Minority (@usminority) June 13, 2018
2. red-pilled Republican who is now running 4 NY State Senate, &my new friend, @1citizenpundit, have gone above &beyond 2help&support me as this movement grows. Please get behind these 2 as well! They r fighting like me, in their own ways, to save our precious country!— The Unsilent Minority (@usminority) June 13, 2018
Dear CA GOP legislator: You put a horrible, bipartisan stamp on a terrible state budget if you cast an aye vote for the budget or ANY budget trailer bills. Can we show some unity please, in this election year?
Dear CA GOP legislator: You put a horrible, bipartisan stamp on a terrible state budget if you cast an aye vote for the budget or ANY budget trailer bills. Can we show some unity please, in this election year?— Jon Fleischman (@FlashReport) June 14, 2018
Opinion | The game theory that explains our country’s mass psychosis https://t.co/bzcW1prc0w— John Hawkins (@johnhawkinsrwn) June 14, 2018
...When a successful man in his 70s is screaming profanities at another septuagenarian, to wild applause, it seems safe to say the whole country has lost its bloody mind.
Two things about this bout of madness are striking. The first is that not just celebrities but ordinary adults as well have started to make public displays that would have horrified them a few years back — and yet they are still outraged when the other side throws a similar tantrum. The second is that everyone defends this behavior as having been made necessary by the appalling outbursts across the aisle.
Point out that until about three minutes ago, feminists did not think “c--t” was an acceptable term of abuse for any woman, and they retort that Trump supporters went there first. Ask Trump supporters why they voted for a man whose language can’t be accurately reported without the use of strategic dashes, and they are apt to respond that he’s necessary to combat outrageous lefty attack dogs. Public discourse is dissolving into wailing whataboutism.
It’s all awful. But the cause of this seeming outbreak of mass psychosis may not really be too mysterious. Game theory may offer an explanation — specifically, a famous strategy known as “tit-for-tat.” ...
It may seem a trifle Pollyanna-ish to hope for such mass self-reform. But the alternative is to keep escalating toward mutually assured destruction. And as we learned from “WarGames,” one of my favorite childhood movies, the only way to win a game like that is not to play.
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
.@SecPompeo participates in a joint press availability following his meeting with Republic of Korea Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha and Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono, in Seoul. pic.twitter.com/xN6WZP7hkX— Department of State (@StateDept) June 14, 2018
Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo addresses in the beginning of his address the #NYTimes falsehoods and sets the record straight. There was and is a methodical plan in place with experts from our Military as well as PhD's input of the safety and denuclearization processes of NoKo. pic.twitter.com/8LChaVKN5F— 𝕃𝕚𝕤𝕒 (@ljcljf) June 11, 2018
The FBI's Fractured Fairytale. See what you missed. https://t.co/QtA4DwFmeX— Sharyl Attkisson (@SharylAttkisson) June 14, 2018
Sharyl Attkisson Provides Best Timeline So Far: “Collusion against Trump” @ABC @CBSNews @NBCNews @CNN @PBS @MSNBC @NYTimes @WashingtonPost @WHPressCorps @DNC @WHCA#tcot #MAGA #p2 https://t.co/i6aybAtq07 pic.twitter.com/Jm7DnbK71w— pete602 (@petefrt) May 21, 2018
Here's the link to the "Collusion against Trump" timeline. A work in progress. https://t.co/A5S4yDCyW6— Sharyl Attkisson (@SharylAttkisson) May 23, 2018
Just. WOW! Sharyl Attkisson's timeline showing collusion AGAINST TRUMP will leave you speechless https://t.co/Set3zVbEnn— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 20, 2018
"Twitter to Predict What You Want to See, When It Happens" https://t.co/g78R7CfUIq— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) June 13, 2018
Sounds Orwellian. We exposed this a few months ago. A Twitter engineer we caught on audio even said they will "ban a way of talking." Another said "it's a product thing we're working on." pic.twitter.com/IUefqj4G3t
Leaders the world over spoke of the powerful significance of President Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un this week.
Leaders the world over spoke of the powerful significance of President Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un this week.— The White House (@WhiteHouse) June 13, 2018
Read more in 1600 Daily: https://t.co/dIq2QToAoy
On Wednesday morning, Chosun Ilbo, South Korea’s paper of record, published a bleak editorial: “Kim Jong-un Got Everything He Wanted from Summit with Trump.” https://t.co/e6jeeGT667— Charlie Sykes (@SykesCharlie) June 13, 2018
There's a bizarre plan to split California - and it just qualified for the ballot https://t.co/mWxD8jUQlW— TheBlaze (@theblaze) June 13, 2018
A billionaire's quest to split California into three just moved one step closer to reality. https://t.co/lMrC7D8eXE— Joe Weisenthal (@TheStalwart) June 13, 2018
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Former Muslim Hirsi Ali Hatefully Condemned for ‘Hate’ by Southern Poverty Law Center and the Left https://t.co/23hQCIklwa— RedState (@RedState) June 13, 2018
Chilling emails show Rod Rosenstein threatened to personally target Republican lawmakers with Subpoenas and Deep State wiretaps
BREAKING: Leaked emails show Deputy AG Rosenstein tried to blackmail House committee members with threat to 'subpoena' in clash over records - Fox— Wired Sources (@WiredSources) June 12, 2018
Wow! Chilling emails show Rod Rosenstein threatened to personally target Republican lawmakers with Subpoenas and Deep State wiretaps https://t.co/S2XsLkyhWq— Jacob Wohl (@JacobAWohl) June 12, 2018
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein threatened to “subpoena” emails, phone records and other documents from lawmakers and staff on a Republican-led House committee during a tense meeting earlier this year, according to emails reviewed by Fox News documenting the encounter and reflecting what aides described as a "personal attack."
The emails memorialized a January 2018 closed-door meeting involving senior FBI and Justice Department officials as well as members of the House Intelligence Committee. The account claimed Rosenstein threatened to turn the tables on the committee's inquiries regarding the Russia probe.
“The DAG [Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein] criticized the Committee for sending our requests in writing and was further critical of the Committee’s request to have DOJ/FBI do the same when responding,” the committee's then-senior counsel for counterterrorism Kash Patel wrote to the House Office of General Counsel. “Going so far as to say that if the Committee likes being litigators, then ‘we [DOJ] too [are] litigators, and we will subpoena your records and your emails,’ referring to HPSCI [House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence] and Congress overall.”...
The Deep History Behind the Trump-Kim Singapore Summit https://t.co/aA98HnV7k9— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) June 13, 2018
Kim Jong Un just signed a commitment to completely denuclearize for a few important reasons including @realDonaldTrump & his admin since Jan 2017 very effectively & deliberately using the DIME principle (Diplomacy, Information, Military, Economics) https://t.co/CMkzgI9rBy— Lee Zeldin (@leezeldin) June 12, 2018
Without the incredible work and hospitality of the government of Singapore, this historic summit would not have been possible. I look forward to visiting again soon! @RedWhiteBlueDot pic.twitter.com/nq0YXtJD8k— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) June 13, 2018
I commend US President Donald Trump on the historic summit in Singapore. This is an important step in the effort to rid the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons.— Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) June 12, 2018
Trump drew criticism that the U.S. was giving North Korea too much for too little in return with his surprise announcement that the U.S. will halt military exercises in South Korea https://t.co/7fk5OCsoiH— POLITICO (@politico) June 12, 2018
71 year old @realDonaldTrump left #G7 meeting in Quebec flew half way around the world to work on world’s most important file.— Manny_Ottawa (@manny_ottawa) June 12, 2018
Denuclearization of North Korea.
46 year old @JustinTrudeau took a “personal day” off this Monday.
He’s exhausted. pic.twitter.com/XGRGJcNfK4
What Went Down In The June 12 Primary Elections: 🔴 Maine 🔴 North Dakota 🔴 Nevada 🔴 South Carolina 🔴 Virginia
5 states have primaries today, don’t forget to cast your votes! pic.twitter.com/DIbskiwMEc— NRCC (@NRCC) June 12, 2018
IT’S PRIMARY DAY IN:— GOP (@GOP) June 12, 2018
Find your polling location here ➡️ https://t.co/W5YAvyB4mo
Mark Sanford has been very unhelpful to me in my campaign to MAGA. He is MIA and nothing but trouble. He is better off in Argentina. I fully endorse Katie Arrington for Congress in SC, a state I love. She is tough on crime and will continue our fight to lower taxes. VOTE Katie!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 12, 2018
It’s official: CNN projects Mark Sanford fails to make runoff for his House seat, ending his career on Capitol Hill after suffering the first loss of his career following his criticism of Trump— Manu Raju (@mkraju) June 13, 2018
If he were a Republican, every Republican would be asked about this, repeatedly, like Romney was asked about Akin several times. I wonder if any Democrat will be asked about this once, let alone for days on end. Doubt it. https://t.co/SXBkgIQfsF— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) June 13, 2018
GROW Elect will be recruiting and helping dozens of Latino Republican candidates who are gearing up to run for local offices across the state this November.
GROW Elect will be recruiting and helping dozens of Latino Republican candidates who are gearing up to run for local offices across the state this November.— GROW Elect (@GROWelect) June 12, 2018
On to more victories!
Grow Elect Turns 200!:https://t.co/5f1HmHpWY4 pic.twitter.com/SJhUXzciVy
Monday, June 11, 2018
In Joint Statement, Pres Trump "committed to provide security guarantees to the DPRK, and Chairman Kim Jong Un reaffirmed his firm and unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula." pic.twitter.com/LQX1HeEy6I— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) June 12, 2018
.@POTUS: "I think both sides are going to be very impressed with the results."— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 12, 2018
WATCH: President @realDonaldTrump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sign a "comprehensive" document. pic.twitter.com/thamZ9pBQc