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Crosstalk 4-20-2018 News Roundup CD

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Below is a sample of stories that Jim had to offer from this week's 'Round-Up':




--The Justice Department Office of Inspector General sent a criminal referral


yesterday to the U.S. Attorneys Office in Washington, DC. concerning former FBI


Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. The referral indicates the Justice Department


believes there is enough evidence to warrant the U.S. Attorneys Office to bring


charges of wrongdoing against McCabe.


--Nearly a dozen Republican members of Congress sent a criminal referral to the


Justice Department and FBI seeking an investigation of James Comey, his deputy


Andrew McCabe, ex-Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and Hillary Clinton in


connection with the 2016 campaign controversy.


--Last evening, President Trump tweeted that the newly released memos written by


Comey show clearly no collusion with Russia.


--The latest polling from Rasmussen shows a huge slide in support for James Comey,


the disgraced former head of the FBI.


--Memos written by Comey reveal that CNN may have helped orchestrate a possible


setup of then President-elect Donald Trump.


--Former New York City Mayor and U.S. Attorney Rudy Giuliani is vowing to bring to


an end the long running Robert Mueller Russia investigation, as he joined


President Trump's legal team.


--The DNC has filed a multi-million dollar federal lawsuit against Trump campaign


officials, the Russian government and Wikileaks for allegedly meddling in the


2016 presidential race.


--New York's Democratic Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has renewed his feud


with President Trump by moving to enact a new state law that would give him and


other local prosecutors the power to bring charges to any aides that are


pardoned by the president.


--President Trump told reporters he would not hesitate to walk out of a planned


summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un if he thought the meeting


would not be fruitful.


--President Trump is back to the issue that got him elected which is rejecting the


11 nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.


--The rate of U.S. layoffs fell slightly in April, clinging to a 45 year low.


--The Trump administration has quietly reshaped enforcement of air pollution


standards in recent months through a series of regulatory memos.


--Management attorneys and trade groups are petitioning the Trump administration


to reverse President Obama's rule changes that drastically sped up the timeline


of union elections.


--President Trump announced that the federal government will not be paying for


California's National Guard soldiers to go to the border and do nothing.


--An overwhelming majority of Californians want to deport more illegal immigrants.


--San Diego County, California's second most populous county, joined at least 8


dozen other municipalities in supporting the Trump administration's lawsuit


against the state over its so-called sanctuary law.


--The Treasury Department slapped sanctions on a Syrian man and his criminal


syndicate, blaming them for smuggling hundreds of illegal immigrants from Syria


and Lebanon into Mexico and helping them jump the border into the U.S.


--The Trump administration released 485 million dollars worth of grants to states


and territories to combat the opioid epidemic.


--A brand new history textbook is stirring controversy as it paints President


Trump in a negative light while suggesting his supporters are angry xenophobes.


--New York Governor Andrew Cuomo will be granting all convicted felons in the


state, who are on parole, a pardon. This move will restore voting rights to


more than 35,000 people.











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