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Trump Tweets About ‘No Collusion’ Before Mentioning 9/11 on 9/11

Trump tweets about no collusion on 9/11President Trump on Tuesday began his day—on the 17th anniversary of the Sept. 11. 2001, terror attacks—by tweeting a defense of himself in the Russia investigation.

A few minutes later, he retweeted a post about the worst terror attacks in U.S. history, adding #NeverForget #September11th. Nearly an hour later, he posted an inappropriately punctuated remembrance, tweeting “17 years since September 11th!”

TVNL Comment:  Psst, Donald: You're gonna be charged with conspiracy, not collusion. Don't you ever learn anything?



Bob Woodward on Donald Trump and 'Fear': Is it time to feel afraid?

Woodward: time to be araid

Bob Woodward titled his new book "Fear," the word Donald Trump once told the journalist described "real power." But the author had other possibilities in his pocket: "Crazytown," a quote he attributes to White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, or maybe the phrase that Kelly's predecessor, Reince Priebus, used to describe the Trump administration: "Zoo Without Walls."

All the names suggest the portrait Woodward paints of a White House in chaos, led by an erratic president whose own top aides maneuver to prevent him from taking steps they worry could be catastrophic.


Trump set to weaken methane air pollution rule

Trump set to weaken pollution rules

The Trump administration is poised to roll back existing regulations on methane gas as early as this week, the New York Times reported Monday.

The proposal would weaken an Obama-era requirement that companies must monitor and repair any methane leaks, according to documents the Times reviewed. The new rule is anticipated to allow for far more air pollution and leaks of the gas.

The proposed rule would be the third major step the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has made this year to change the way air pollutants are regulated.


City mayor bans Nike products from booster clubs, according to leaked memo

Memo shows Mayor banning Nikes

The same day Colin Kaepernick shared his full-length Nike ad, a Louisiana mayor reportedly banned Nike products from booster clubs.

Kenner Mayor Ben Zahn III ordered playground booster clubs to stop wearing and buying any Nike products in a leaked memorandum dated Sept. 5.

"Under no circumstances will any Nike product or any product with the Nike logo be purchased for use or delivery at any City of Kenner Recreation Facility," the memorandum appearing signed by Zahn states.


Tribes say Trump illegally approved oil pipeline from Canada

Keystone Pipeline land belong to Native AmericansNative American tribes in Montana and South Dakota say the Trump administration unlawfully approved the Keystone XL oil pipeline without fully considering its potential damage to cultural sites.

Attorneys for the Fort Belknap and Rosebud Sioux tribes sued the U.S. State Department Monday, asking a court to rescind the line's permit.




Trump administration to close PLO office in Washington, DC

PLO office in DC closedThe United States will shut the Palestine Liberation Organisation's diplomatic office in Washington, DC, over the Palestinian government's refusal to enter into US-led negotiations with Israel.

"We have been notified by a US official of their decision to close the Palestinian mission to the US," PLO Secretary-General Saeb Erekat said in a statement on Monday.

"This is yet another affirmation of the Trump administration's policy to collectively punish the Palestinian people, including by cutting financial support for humanitarian services including health and education."


Susan Collins Receives 3,000 Coat Hangers Ahead Of Kavanaugh Vote

Susan Collins gets 3000 coathangers before Kavanaugh vote

As a reminder of what could be at stake if President Donald Trump’s latest Supreme Court pick is confirmed, abortion rights activists have been sending Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) coat hangers for months.  A lot of coat hangers.

Around 3,000 have been delivered so far to the office of the senator, The Associated Press reported Saturday. Collins is considered to be a key vote in the upcoming confirmation vote for Trump’s nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.


Bob Woodward: ‘People better wake up to what’s going on’ in Oval Office

Bob WoodwardVeteran journalist Bob Woodward said Sunday morning that people needed to "wake up" to what's going on in the White House.

"People better wake up to what's going on," Woodward, whose new book describes a White House in turmoil, told "CBS Sunday Morning. You look at the operation of this White House and you have to say, 'Let's hope to God we don't have a crisis.'"

Excerpts of Woodward's upcoming book, "Fear: Trump in the White House," have been published, drawing criticism from President Trump and others.


Sasse: ‘Every morning’ I consider leaving the GOP

Sasse thinks about leaving GOP

Sen. Ben Sasse lambasted nasty rhetoric and partisanship between Republicans and Democrats on Sunday and said he’s considered leaving the Republican Party.

“I probably think about it every morning when I wake up, and I figure out why am I flying away from Nebraska to go to D.C. this week,” said Sasse, who tweeted Saturday that he had considered leaving the GOP. “Are we gonna get real stuff done?”

In an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Sasse, a Nebraska Republican, said he considers himself “an independent conservative who caucuses with the Republicans.” Though critical of President Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign and beyond, he has also supported much of Trump’s agenda.


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