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dem-rep:-we-will-push-impeachment-again-if-trump-wins

Rep. Karen Bass (D., Calif.) said Democrats would not stop pushing for impeachment even if President Donald Trump wins reelection. TMZ founder Harvey Levin asked Bass on Tuesday if she would reintroduce articles of impeachment against Trump if Democrats gained control of the Senate in 2020. Bass said Levin was “absolutely right” to suggest House…

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biden-paid-women-less-than-men-in-each-of-his-35-years-as-senator

Women working for former vice president Joe Biden were paid less than their male counterparts during the entirety of Biden’s 35 years in the U.S. Senate, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis. When Biden joined the Senate in 1973, the average pay for a full-time female staffer in his office was $5,029, about 68…

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fec-questions-omar-campaign-over-accuracy-of-small-dollar-donations

The Federal Election Commission is inquiring about the accuracy of information provided by freshman representative Ilhan Omar’s (D., Minn.) campaign in relation to its small dollar contributions, according to filings. Omar’s campaign reported $834,000 in small dollar contributions and $250,000 in large dollar contributions (donations of $200 or more per individual) during the third quarter…

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beacon-extra-12/10/19

Welcome to the Washington Free Beacon’s morning newsletter, your comprehensive briefing on the Enemies of Freedom. To get this newsletter sent straight to your inbox every morning, sign up here. SURPRISING LIBS ONLY … “FBI Committed ‘Significant Errors’ Wiretapping Trump Campaign Aide, IG Says,” by WFB’s David Rutz: Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report found that British ex-intelligence officer Christopher Steele’s dossier…

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time-names-whistleblower,-impeachment-witnesses-‘guardians-of-the-year’

Editor’s Note: This piece incorrectly stated that the whistleblower and civil servants who testified during impeachment were to be named TIME’s Person of the Year. They were instead named TIME’s “Guardians of the Year,” a new designation in an expanded set of awards granted in 2019. — TIME magazine named the anonymous federal employee whose…

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president-trump-to-sign-executive-order-combating-anti-semitism

President Trump on Wednesday will sign a new White House executive order that will make it easier for federal agencies to combat and prosecute a rising tide of anti-Semitic violence, particularly on America’s college campuses. The new order, announced Tuesday by the administration, will clarify portions of the Civil Rights Act to empower federal agencies…

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virginia-dems-cave-on-confiscation-as-2a-sanctuaries-expand

Virginia Democratic leaders abandoned their gun confiscation proposal Monday following a grassroots outpouring of opposition to gun control across the state. Governor Ralph Northam (D.) and incoming Senate majority leader Dick Saslaw (D.) said they will no longer pursue their marquee plan to ban the possession of “assault weapons.” Instead, they will include a provision…

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msnbc-analyst:-trump-impeachment-trial-will-be-like-‘oj.-on-steroids’

MSNBC political analyst Michael Steele predicted Tuesday that there would be massive public interest in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, referring to it as the O.J. Simpson murder case “on steroids.” The former Republican National Committee chairman said the attention to Trump’s case in the U.S. Senate would be even greater than that paid to…

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reporters-enraged-over-media-portrayal-in-‘richard-jewell’

Media figures are outraged over the upcoming Clint Eastwood film Richard Jewell, blasting its negative portrayal of the journalists that upended the title character’s life in 1996. Reviewers and reporters are slamming the film as misogynistic and even “Trumpian,” while the Atlanta Journal-Constitution sent a letter demanding the movie include a disclaimer stating that its portrayal of former…

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impeachment-news-roundup:-dec.-11

The House Judiciary Committee begins its markup of articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump this evening and is expected to vote on them on Thursday.Republicans are unlikely to offer substantive amendments, ranking member Rep. Doug Collins said Tuesday.“There’s no way you can fix bad [articles],” he said, adding that GOP members will offer “amendments that will…

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