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Brazil doing Brazil things!

Why Do People Still Support Trump?

Trump's Bernie push on taxes and more!

Trump winds up his "Bernie"-esqe pitch on tax reform…-populism-242134

How bad is Trump? Newsweek wants to show you the awesome parts of W's handling of Katrina…ile-texas-656931

Berkeley mayor asks University to cancel the Milo speech….4364ee592571

Why do people still support Trump?
There are two main theories of Trump's support. One is that a large minority of Americans -- 40 percent, give or take -- are racist idiots. This theory is at least tacitly endorsed by the Democratic Party and the mainstream liberal media. The other is that a large majority of this large minority are good citizens with intelligible and legitimate opinions, who so resent being regarded as racist idiots that they'll back Trump almost regardless. They may not admire the man, but he's on their side, he vents their frustration, he afflicts the people who think so little of them -- and that's good enough.…ll-support-trump

Feinstein says Trump probably won't get impeached. Gets booed.…hope-12160141.php

Devil's Bargain…ds=devils+bargain

Trump's grim report card so far...…m_campaign=organic


I Just Want to Ride the Elevator!

Trump, man... this guy.

So... that press conference
Trump had a decent hand going into Tuesday. NK backing down and pushing on the media for ignoring his Monday remarks so they could still run their Saturday hot takes
And yet

Because it never gets old

Any infrastructure questions?

Aides in a panic…des-react-241695

How racist is Donald Trump?…nationalists.html

And now we're in a war over statues...…ues-cover-night/

All Republicans are racist…/897624579589451778


JuRY and Fire


All the happenings on health care and the transgender military ban + new polls out of VA and some great emails.

So about that transgender thing...…ification-241029

So about the healthcare thing...…ns-status-241025

Spoiler Alert: Scaramucci getting too much attention for Trump, who looks to move from communications secretary…s&WT.nav=top-news

But not before! He lowers the axe on Reince….14f84cf58a50


Justin is joined by Brian Brushwood to discuss the firing of Paul Manafort, the death of healthcare and feeling bad for Donald Trump Jr.


All Don Jr. All The Time. The Don Jr. Rock Block Don't Stop!


Donald Trump Jr.

The wolves are at the door. And if there is nothing to hide, then it was really dumb inviting all these wolves and shit

No slate... you stop…leone_quit_it.html


Yes Hillary would have high fived ISIS if they gave her the Apprentice N-Word tape during the campaign. She's done. Trump fans can't dig her up to hide behind her corpse after packing the dirt so tight with so many touch down dances.

Meanwhile on T_D

She's a spy sent by Obama to entrap Don Jr. and justify wiretapping in Trump Tower

NY Post Rips Don Jr.

Who is the President mad at?…s&WT.nav=top-news

Advisers said the president was annoyed not so much by his son as by the headlines. But three people close to the legal team said he had also trained his ire on Marc E. Kasowitz, his longtime lawyer, who is leading the team of private lawyers representing him. Mr. Trump, who often vents about advisers in times of trouble, has grown disillusioned by Mr. Kasowitz’s strategy, the people said.

The strain, though, exists on both sides. Mr. Kasowitz and his colleagues have been deeply frustrated by the president. And they have complained that Mr. Kushner has been whispering in the president’s ear about the Russia investigations and stories while keeping the lawyers out of the loop, according to another person familiar with the legal team. But one person familiar with Mr. Kasowitz’s thinking said his concerns did not relate to Mr. Kushner.

The president’s lawyers view Mr. Kushner as an obstacle and a freelancer more concerned about protecting himself than his father-in-law, the person said. While no ultimatum has been delivered, the lawyers have told colleagues that they cannot keep operating that way, raising the prospect that Mr. Kasowitz may resign.

Also, the president has fumed to close allies that he is mulling a staff change, and some members of his family have zeroed in on the chief of staff, Reince Priebus. But most Trump advisers privately concede that major changes are unlikely anytime soon.