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Scaramucci Friend Taunts ‘Unemployed’ Reince, Threatens to Leak Dirt

Scaramucci friend as ugly as he isArthur Schwartz, a friend of newly minted White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, tweeted threats on Sunday morning directed at outgoing Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.

“Hey @Reince. Remember when people told you that it was me that was trashing you in the press? They were right. Happy to start again,” Schwartz wrote on Twitter. In a separate tweet, Schwartz continued his threats, writing: “@Reince - you're unemployed now. Keep pushing this crap & I'll start dropping oppo on you.”

TVNL Comment:  Birds of a feather and thugs of a feather.  Trump's cronies are all bottom feeders.  How ugly can they get?

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Anthony Scaramucci’s wife files for divorce

Scaramucci wife files for divorceAnthony Scaramucci, the White House’s potty-mouthed new communications director, has been dumped by his beautiful blond wife because of his “naked political ambition,” multiple sources exclusively tell Page Six.

Deidre Ball, who worked as a vice president in investor relations for SkyBridge Capital, the firm he founded in 2005 and sold to ascend to the White House, has filed for divorce from “The Mooch” after three years of marriage after getting fed up with his ruthless quest to get close to President Trump, whom she despises.

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Trump Hints at Killing Subsidy Giving Health Care to Poor

Trup may cut health care for poor President Donald Trump hinted that he may end a key Affordable Care Act subsidy that makes insurance accessible to poorer Americans, a move that may critically destabilize health-insurance exchanges.

The administration has previously floated the idea to halt subsidies that help insurers offset health-care costs for low-income Americans, called a cost-sharing reduction, or CSR. In a tweet on Saturday, Trump hinted at ending that program.

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The president is a pyromaniac': the week Trump set fire to the White House

The President is a PyromaniacDonald Trump began the week by turning a national scout jamboree into something resembling a youth rally. He ended it in front of more massed ranks in uniform, telling police officers “please don’t be too nice” to suspects they arrest in what sounded to many like an endorsement of police brutality.

And then, amid a blizzard of stories about White House infighting, chief of staff Reince Priebus resigned, becoming the shortest-serving occupant of the post in history. Though he seemed blithely unaware of it, it was a fitting finale to the worst week of Trump’s short political career.

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Trump tells law enforcement: 'Don't be too nice' with suspects

Trump encourages police to abuse people they arrestThe national civil rights and advocacy community came down hard on President Trump for comments he made Friday on Long Island that seemed to encourage violence on the part of the police.

Organizations from the Southern Poverty Law Center to the YWCA, and from Amnesty International to the American Civil Liberties Union admonished the president for his words that appeared to endorse excessive use of force by police. The president made the remarks during a speech touting the administration’s work to banish the notorious, transnational MS-13 street gang.

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Trump names John Kelly chief of staff, replacing Reince Priebus

John Kelly new Cheif of StaffU.S. President Donald Trump said in a tweet on Friday he has named Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly as White House chief of staff, replacing Reince Priebus, who has been in a feud with Trump's new communications director.

TVNL Comment: This is breaking news.  Check back for details.

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Meet the ex-con who ties himself to Trump

Trump associate's long checkered pastFresh from snatching up a former insane asylum in foreclosure for a cheap $1.2 million, a mystery man went running down a Syracuse, N.Y., street, iPad covering his face, as reporters gave chase and TV cameras rolled.

It was April 11, 2013, and the man — whose identity was hidden until now — was Felix Sater, two-time ex-con turned government informant, and at least one-time adviser to Donald Trump.

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