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Democrats Displeased After Trump Confesses He Kept Leaders In The Dark On Syria Raid Because Of Impeachment

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Democrats are not at all happy after President Trump recently confirmed that he withheld details about the raid that ended the life of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi from Democratic leaders over their impeachment efforts.

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“Well, I guess the only thing is, they were talking about why didn’t I give the information to Adam Schiff and his committee. And the answer is because I think Adam Schiff is the biggest leaker in Washington. You know that. I know that. We all know that. I’ve watched Adam Schiff leak. He’s a corrupt politician,” the president told reporters.

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“He’s a leaker like nobody has seen before. We had a very good conversation with the Ukrainian president. The conversation was perfect. They don’t ever have to talk about the conversation. It started with the whistleblower,” Trump said.

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Democrats took offense to the president keeping their top caucus leaders, half of the congressional “gang of eight” who receive regular classified briefings, in the dark.

“Just speaking generally, most intelligence leaks don’t come out of Congress. They come out of the administration. I’m just talking generally — any administration. So regardless, the amount of trust between this administration and Democrats, intelligence issues and national security, issues are more important than those issues,” Rep. Max Quigley, an Illinois Democrat who sits on the Intelligence Committee, told the Washington Examiner.

Sen. Jim Lankford weighed in on the situation, noting that ever since Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi launched the impeachment inquiry and gathered Democratic support for the measure in the House, the distrust between the White House and Democrats has grown.

“That’s been an ongoing concern for a while. That’s not just this past weekend. I mean, they both made that pretty obvious just in the way they’ve spoken about each other and to each other at some point for the sake of the American people. We’ve got to be able to resolve it,” Lankford said.

“There were 200 Democrats on record saying, ‘I want to start an impeachment inquiry.’ But that’s a pretty bold statement. And it’s hard to be able to build trust after that. That’s not, hey, let’s find a way to work together. That’s I’m working to find a way to get you removed entirely,” he continued.

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Ted Cruz Blocks Resolution Honoring RBG After Democrats Try Slipping Through ‘Dying Wish’

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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer thinks he’s a slick old billy goat, but he’s no match for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who blocked Schumer’s resolution to honor the recently deceased Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg after he tried to slip in some language that would emphasize honoring her “dying wish” not to be replaced until after the inauguration. Hey, you know, we all make dying wishes. Most of us don’t get to see them come true. That’s just a part of life. Here’s more on this from the Daily Wire: “Republicans came to us with this resolution, but it ignored Justice Ginsburg’s dying wish — what she called her ‘most fervent wish’ — that she not be replaced until a new president is installed. So we simply have added it to the exact same text of the resolution that the Republicans gave us,” Schumer said on the Senate floor. “All the kind words and lamentations about Justice Ginsburg from the Republican majority will be totally empty if those Republicans ignore her dying wish and instead move to replace Justice Ginsburg with someone who will tear down everything she built,” Schumer continued. He singled out abortion, gay marriage, union rights, and healthcare as the main issues he fears will crumble under a Trump-appointed justice. Cruz, in response, said, “Unfortunately, the Democratic leader has put forth an amendment to turn that bipartisan resolution into a partisan resolution.” “Specifically, the Democratic leader wants to add a statement that Justice Ginsburg’s position should not be filled until a new president is installed, purportedly based on a comment Justice Ginsburg made to family members shortly before she passed,” the Texas senator added. Ginsburg reportedly dictated to her granddaughter that her “most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”…

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Top Debate Coach Reveals What Could Potentially Derail Biden During First Presidential Debate

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If you’re dying for some entertaining television, you’re going to finally get what you are craving next week when President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden go head-to-head during a televised debate, the first of the season. This, ladies and gentlemen, is going to be one for the ages that you won’t want to miss. Ahead of the debate, Brett O’Donnell, a top debate coach, has revealed a few things that might end up derailing Biden during this first debate. via Fox News: “[Biden] has not done any tough interviews in this campaign so far, whether or not he can handle the toughest of interviews, a presidential debate, being attacked by the president and also tough questions from Chris Wallace in that first debate remains to be seen,” O’Donnell told “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday. “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace was selected to moderate the first presidential debate scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 29, at Case Western University and the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. The format for the first showdown calls for six 15-minute-long segments – with each segment dedicated to a particular topic. Trump was interviewed by Wallace in July and Kilmeade pointed out that the president “basically went through” the list of debate topics “with the guy that’s going to be hitting him with the questions.” “I think that’s a tremendous advantage,” the debate coach said. “First of all, Chris Wallace is a tough interviewer, he is tough on everyone.” “The president has been through that now and so he can anticipate how Chris Wallace might approach this debate,” O’Donnell continued. No matter how you cut it, the president is far more prepared and mentally lucid for this debate than Joe Biden could ever hope to be in his current state. There are so many…

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