Key Trump advisor found guilty on 7 counts

Key Trump advisor found guilty on 7 counts

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Roger Stone guilty of witness tampering, lying to Congress

Roger Stone, a longtime friend and ally of President Donald Trump, has been found guilty at his trial in federal court in Washington. Stone was convicted Friday. He was charged in a seven-count indictment that alleged he lied to lawmakers about WikiLeaks, tampered with witnesses and obstructed a House intelligence committee probe. His trial highlighted how Trump… [more]


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Kellyanne melts down as CNN plays her husband's clip

Kellyanne melts down as CNN plays her husband’s clip


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Kellyanne completely melts down after Wolf Blitzer plays clip of her husband on MSNBC

The president’s right-hand woman put on an embarrassing display when the CNN host brought up her Trump-criticizing husband.

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Nancy Pelosi goes viral with brilliant swipe at Trump at press conference

The Speaker knows just how to get under the president’s incredibly thin skin.


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3 off-duty officers dropped off their children at a California school. Seconds later, gunfire erupted
Two teenagers were killed and three others wounded.

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Steve King falsely accuses George Soros’s son of being the whistleblower in paranoid, since-deleted tweet

The Republican Congressman tried to delete his reckless tweet but he couldn’t scrub the evidence from Twitter.

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Trump asks Supreme Court to shield to his tax returns, setting up separation of powers battle
The law is clear. Trump wants the high court to assert that it doesn’t apply to him.


Republican icon Grover Norquist retweets porn and quickly scrambles to delete it
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Budget official expected to defy White House, testify in impeachment inquiry
Mark Sandy, a career official at the Office of Management and Budget, would be the first from the agency to appear before Congressional investigators.


Russian spies likely intercepted ambassador’s cell phone call with Trump
The shocking security breach played right into our adversaries hands.


Senate Confirms Wildly Problematic Trump Court Pick Steven Menashi
He’s never tried a case. He condemned women’s rights and diversity. He refused to answer senators’ questions. Republicans confirmed him anyway.


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Today’s Action: Meet the candidates – Tom Steyer

The fifth round of Democratic presidential debate are Wednesday, November 20. Ten candidates have made the cut, and we’re continuing our spotlight of each. And today, we’re tackling the final face you’ll see on the 20th…

Tom Steyer, Billionaire: Steyer has made his fortune buying up companies and managing hedge funds. In recent years, he has turned environmentalist and philanthropist, founding an organization called NextGen America to urge young people to get out the vote on progressive causes. And in 2010, he signed the Giving Pledge to donate half his fortune to charity over his lifetime or in his will. His mainstream entry into the arena, well before announcing his candidacy, was running ads calling for Trump’s impeachment earlier than most Democrats. But Steyer was previously best known to Democrats as one of their biggest donors, and now he’s his own, spending a $100 million of his own dollars to fund the campaign.

Corporate Takeover/Voting Rights: Steyer’s main platform is reducing unchecked corporate big-money influence in politics in favor of promoting individual voter voices and re-establishing democratic values. He wants to overturn Citizens United, reform the FEC, set 12-year term limits on Congress, institute a variety of pro-voter reforms such as a national vote-by-mail system, independent redistricting commissions to prevent gerrymandering, and national referendums to give citizens the ability to directly vote on federal laws.

Climate Justice: Neutralizing climate change by 2045 is his stated goal, with his Justice-Centered Climate Plan. Similar to the Green New Deal, Steyer wants to achieve this by green jobs creation and a series of aggressive manufacturing goals, such as 100% clean standard for passenger vehicles by 2030. Steyer has shown solid efforts leading into this campaign, with a track record of grass-roots environmental successes through NextGen. However, his reputation as an environmentalist is compromised by the firm he founded, Farallon Capital Management, which invested hundreds of millions of dollars (and earned back billions) in coal production and power plants under his purview. Steyer sold his stake in the company in 2012 and shortly after opened his activist organizations, but continues to passively invest in non-greenhouse gas producing options through Farallon, which is still actively investing coal.

Immigration: Steyer donated $1 million to cover immigrant legal fees in the ongoing border crisis and supports the expansion of legal services until the situation can be resolved in a humane way. He’s also in favor of decriminalizing illegal entry and creating a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who contribute to our economy, calling our current system unjust in how we profit even as we oppress. And, he’s opposed to further wall funding (which not every candidate is opposed to…)

Wealth Tax: Like Warren, Sanders and several others, Steyer has introduced a wealth tax, a 1% tax on the wealthiest .1%. It’s far more modest than Warren’s proposal, which would tax 2% starting at $50 million and 6% on billionaires, and Sanders’, which ranges from 1% on 32 million to 8% at 10 billion.

5 Rights: Steyer’s personal focus for each voter is his 5 Rights: access to universal healthcare, equal access to voting, clean air and clean water, quality public education, and a living wage. How does this actually translate? He’s in the Medicare-For-All-Who-Want-It camp (while maintaining the private insurance options), and the $15/hour minimum wage. He supports a public pre-K option, raising teacher salaries, and forgiving certain types of student loan debt (though not all). And unique among the candidates, Steyer wants to make access to clean water a constitutional right.

Critics say… there’s no getting around the uncomfortable fact that Steyer, a success story of the corporate world, is now using his billions to fight the field he earned them from. Ditto with fighting climate change using coal money. For some, this is actually the best possible thing to do with that wealth, and Steyer has stated his change of heart. For others, his integrity remains under question, as does the larger issue: is a race for president between two self-proclaimed ‘outsider’ billionaires reeeeally what this country needs right now?

And finally: His father prosecuted Nazi war criminals at Nuremberg. That obviously has little to do with Steyer himself, but it’s still cool.

For more information about Tom Steyer, visit the policies page on his website. The next debate is Wednesday, November 20, so be sure to read up on all the candidates and tune in for the political fun!

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New witnesses put Trump at center of Ukraine scandal

New witnesses put Trump at center of Ukraine scandal

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New witnesses emerge tying Trump closer to Ukraine-Biden quid pro quo plot

A second career foreign service officer just stepped forward to corroborate the bombshell news that Ambassador Bill Taylor delivered yesterday at the House Intelligence Committee’s first public impeachment inquiry hearing. Taylor brought new information from one of his embassy staffers, who overheard a phone call which took place in a Kyiv restaurant on July 26th between hotelier turned-EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland and the President on the day after the infamous “I need a favor though” call took place. Sondland omitted the July 26th call from his testimony entirely, and it appears to be a potentially crucial piece tying Trump very directly into his bribery scheme.
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Tell Kentucky’s Republican Governor: You lost! Concede NOW!

Tell Kentucky’s Republican Governor: You lost! Concede NOW!

On Tuesday night, Kentucky Democrat Andy Beshear beat the nation’s least popular governor, Republican Matt Bevin by more than 5100 votes. With 100% of precincts reporting, the outcome was close but clear. Beshear rightfully declared victory on election night and has begun the timely and necessary process of transition.

And yet, in an infantile move that has surprised absolutely no one, Matt Bevin has refused to acknowledge reality and concede, citing voting “irregularities” without a shred of evidence.

Bevin’s list of transgressions is a long and crowded one, but refusing to acknowledge the will of Kentucky’s voters and hampering the complex transition process is especially egregious. It should be noted that in 2015, Bevin eked out a primary victory for the GOP nomination by a whopping 83 votes, or approximately 0.0006%. out of 215,000 ballots cast. That didn’t stop him from declaring victory in that race that night, which makes his behavior following his loss to Beshear all the more hypocritical.

Furthermore, state Republicans are floating the idea of overturning the will of the people, citing an obscure statute in the state constitution regarding “contested” elections. Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers blithely suggested to reporters that it may come down to the state legislature – conveniently controlled by the GOP – to determine the victor.

Demand that Matt Bevin formally concede to Governor-elect Andy Beshear and insist that state GOP officials follow suit. The people of Kentucky have spoken. Andy Beshear is their new governor.

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Donald Trump came to Kentucky on the eve of Election Day and said if Democrat Andy Beshear won the governorship, we’d be saying, “Trump suffers the greatest defeat in the history of the world.” He’s wrong, but it’s still a very, very VERY big deal. This week on Demcoratica, Stu and AJ discuss the huge Democratic wins in Kentucky and Virginia and what they mean for 2020 and the rest of the country.

Plus! We’ll give an impeachment update as we move toward open hearings, Stu breaks down what really makes a candidate electable, and AJ gets emotional over some of the lesser known election night stories from last week. This is your country for the week of November 4, 2019.

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Donald Trump came to Kentucky on the eve of Election Day and said if Democrat Andy Beshear won the governorship, we’d be saying, “Trump suffers the greatest defeat in the history of the world.” He’s wrong, but it’s still a very, very VERY big deal. This week on Demcoratica, Stu and AJ discuss the huge Democratic wins in Kentucky and Virginia and what they mean for 2020 and the rest of the country.

Plus! We’ll give an impeachment update as we move toward open hearings, Stu breaks down what really makes a candidate electable, and AJ gets emotional over some of the lesser known election night stories from last week. This is your country for the week of November 4, 2019.

And a reminder, it’s open season on the Obamacare exchanges, so please visit healthcare.gov to ensure you’ll be covered in 2020.

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Stuart is a Democratic political insider and news junky who gives sharp and savvy insight on the news of the day. AJ avoids politics at all costs in order to preserve his mental health. But. He. Has. Questions.

Together, they make sense of what’s broken in America and what it will take to fix it. The result is an entertaining, easily digestible half hour that won’t make you feel like you’re losing your mind.


Stuart Max is a 13-year veteran of Capitol Hill and founder of OD Action, Occupy Democrats’ partner action network with more than 250,000 members.


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Fox admits first hearing was 'good day' for Dems

Fox admits first hearing was ‘good day’ for Dems


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Fox News legal analyst admits the first hearing was “good day” for Democrats who want to shorten Trump’s presidency

The president is not going to like the verdict that his favorite network issued over the damning impeachment hearing on day 1.


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VIDEO OF THE DAY: Crowd erupts in laughter as Jim Jordan humiliates himself at impeachment hearing

Republicans moved the inflamatory Rep onto the committee for this hearing and may be regretting it right now.


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Bill Taylor dropped a bombshell in his impeachment hearing opening statement
The respected ambassador said a member of his staff gave an account of a previously unknown Trump phone call.


An ex-MAGA veteran to his fellow vets: your oath demands you support impeachment
A recovering Trump supporter has an important message that every American veteran needs to hear.


Federal appeals court rules Congress can subpoena Trump tax returns
The president must supply eight years of returns, but he has seven days to appeal.


Trump claims he’s “too busy” to watch impeachment hearings despite spending entire morning tweeting about it
The president tried to pretend that he wasn’t interested in the “hoax” being perpetrated by “television lawyers” but his Twitter feed showed otherwise.


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Trump holds uncomfortable lovefest for Turkish dictator in defiance of Congress
While Congress demanded Trump rescind the invitation, the president shamefully piled on the praise.


FOX and Friends: if Warren is elected billionaires might have to sell their islands
The president’s loudest cheerleaders proved how out-of-touch they are with a truly stunning attempt to slam the popular Democrat.


State Department official George Kent refutes key Trump talking point.
Investigating Biden isn’t fighting corruption.


Nixon WH Lawyer John Dean: First Day of Trump Hearings Yielded More Damning Testimony Than All of Watergate
“There’s a conspiracy, we know from what’s come out.”


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Today’s Action: Push key Senators towards impeachment

The public, televised impeachment hearings launched yesterday. Now, we can all see up close testimony to Trump’s criminal attempt to extort Ukraine into influencing our presidential election. And even as he continues to obstruct justice by ordering his near-and-dears to defy subpoenas, the obstruction only adds to the Democratic case.

If the House votes to impeach Trump, he’ll be placed on trial in the Senate to determine whether his crimes are worthy of removing him from office. It is entirely possible for Trump to be impeached, but not removed from office, and then run for re-election (though it would be a first) – so it is vitally important that we guarantee a fair and open trial in the Republican-controlled Senate, where many of Trump’s most loyal vultures will be taking every opportunity to obstruct justice.

Indivisible has identified the 13 Republican Senators who are most likely to swing toward impeachment. It’s all hands on deck to ensure Trump’s trial happens fairly and openly by calling voters in those states and asking them to make this demand of their Senator. Sign up for a shift today!

Trump is facing multiple whistleblowers who have all accused him of a crime he himself has admitted to publicly: using the influence and powers of his office for private gain against a political rival. Impeachment is on the horizon.

But Mitch McConnell has been the GOP’s biggest roadblock since well before Trump. McConnell blocked, unconstitutionally, Obama’s replacement for Supreme Court by refusing to hold a vote. And he has gleefully blocked over 150 House bills from ever reaching the floor of the Senate, denying them the chance to face a vote, from desperately needed election security to bipartisan gun reform to the Violence Against Women Act.

McConnell needs to feel the pressure from every single Senator, Democrat and Republican, to allow a fair, just trial of Trump’s crimes. Because if he doesn’t, his track record already tells us what comes next.

Help Indivisible make 1.1 million calls to voters in key states, connecting them to the Republican Senators most likely to support a fair and open trial of Trump’s crimes. Sign up for a shift today.

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Trump defies Congress with lovefest for Turkish dictator

Trump defies Congress with lovefest for Turkish dictator

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Trump holds uncomfortable lovefest for Turkish president in defiance of Congress

Showing that not even opposition from his own party could stop him from licking the boots of a murderous dictator, President Trump welcomed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the White House today. Despite the fact that the Turkish army and their jihadist proxies are currently committing war crimes and other atrocities against the Kurdish people of Northern Syria as you read this, Trump showered him with praise and made it clear that… [more]


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Tell Kentucky’s Republican Governor: You lost! Concede NOW!

Tell Kentucky’s Republican Governor: You lost! Concede NOW!

On Tuesday night, Kentucky Democrat Andy Beshear beat the nation’s least popular governor, Republican Matt Bevin by more than 5100 votes. With 100% of precincts reporting, the outcome was close but clear. Beshear rightfully declared victory on election night and has begun the timely and necessary process of transition.

And yet, in an infantile move that has surprised absolutely no one, Matt Bevin has refused to acknowledge reality and concede, citing voting “irregularities” without a shred of evidence.

Bevin’s list of transgressions is a long and crowded one, but refusing to acknowledge the will of Kentucky’s voters and hampering the complex transition process is especially egregious. It should be noted that in 2015, Bevin eked out a primary victory for the GOP nomination by a whopping 83 votes, or approximately 0.0006%. out of 215,000 ballots cast. That didn’t stop him from declaring victory in that race that night, which makes his behavior following his loss to Beshear all the more hypocritical.

Furthermore, state Republicans are floating the idea of overturning the will of the people, citing an obscure statute in the state constitution regarding “contested” elections. Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers blithely suggested to reporters that it may come down to the state legislature – conveniently controlled by the GOP – to determine the victor.

Demand that Matt Bevin formally concede to Governor-elect Andy Beshear and insist that state GOP officials follow suit. The people of Kentucky have spoken. Andy Beshear is their new governor.

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Donald Trump came to Kentucky on the eve of Election Day and said if Democrat Andy Beshear won the governorship, we’d be saying, “Trump suffers the greatest defeat in the history of the world.” He’s wrong, but it’s still a very, very VERY big deal. This week on Demcoratica, Stu and AJ discuss the huge Democratic wins in Kentucky and Virginia and what they mean for 2020 and the rest of the country.

Plus! We’ll give an impeachment update as we move toward open hearings, Stu breaks down what really makes a candidate electable, and AJ gets emotional over some of the lesser known election night stories from last week. This is your country for the week of November 4, 2019.

And a reminder, it’s open season on the Obamacare exchanges, so please visit healthcare.gov to ensure you’ll be covered in 2020.

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Democratica is the political podcast that will help you understand WTF is happening without sacrificing your mental health. Hosts and longtime best friends, AJ Johnson and Stuart Max, take an unconventional look at the political news of the day, recorded in Mitch McConnell’s backyard.

Stuart is a Democratic political insider and news junky who gives sharp and savvy insight on the news of the day. AJ avoids politics at all costs in order to preserve his mental health. But. He. Has. Questions.

Together, they make sense of what’s broken in America and what it will take to fix it. The result is an entertaining, easily digestible half hour that won’t make you feel like you’re losing your mind.


Stuart Max is a 13-year veteran of Capitol Hill and founder of OD Action, Occupy Democrats’ partner action network with more than 250,000 members.

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Trump faces “greatest defeat” as Republicans defy his plea

Donald Trump came to Kentucky on the eve of Election Day and said if Democrat Andy Beshear won the governorship, we’d be saying, “Trump suffers the greatest defeat in the history of the world.” He’s wrong, but it’s still a very, very VERY big deal. This week on Demcoratica, Stu and AJ discuss the huge Democratic wins in Kentucky and Virginia and what they mean for 2020 and the rest of the country.

Plus! We’ll give an impeachment update as we move toward open hearings, Stu breaks down what really makes a candidate electable, and AJ gets emotional over some of the lesser known election night stories from last week. This is your country for the week of November 4, 2019.

And a reminder, it’s open season on the Obamacare exchanges, so please visit healthcare.gov to ensure you’ll be covered in 2020.

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Stuart is a Democratic political insider and news junky who gives sharp and savvy insight on the news of the day. AJ avoids politics at all costs in order to preserve his mental health. But. He. Has. Questions.

Together, they make sense of what’s broken in America and what it will take to fix it. The result is an entertaining, easily digestible half hour that won’t make you feel like you’re losing your mind.


Stuart Max is a 13-year veteran of Capitol Hill and founder of OD Action, Occupy Democrats’ partner action network with more than 250,000 members.


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Trump faces "greatest defeat" as Republicans defy his plea

Trump faces “greatest defeat” as Republicans defy his plea

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Donald Trump came to Kentucky on the eve of Election Day and said if Democrat Andy Beshear won the governorship, we’d be saying, “Trump suffers the greatest defeat in the history of the world.” He’s wrong, but it’s still a very, very VERY big deal. This week on Demcoratica, Stu and AJ discuss the huge Democratic wins in Kentucky and Virginia and what they mean for 2020 and the rest of the country.

Plus! We’ll give an impeachment update as we move toward open hearings, Stu breaks down what really makes a candidate electable, and AJ gets emotional over some of the lesser known election night stories from last week. This is your country for the week of November 4, 2019.

And a reminder, it’s open season on the Obamacare exchanges, so please visit healthcare.gov to ensure you’ll be covered in 2020.

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Subscribe to Democratica, which has been called the best podcast for Democrats,” give it a 5-star review, and share it with all your friends. 

Democratica is the political podcast that will help you understand WTF is happening without sacrificing your mental health. Hosts and longtime best friends, AJ Johnson and Stuart Max, take an unconventional look at the political news of the day, recorded in Mitch McConnell’s backyard.

Stuart is a Democratic political insider and news junky who gives sharp and savvy insight on the news of the day. AJ avoids politics at all costs in order to preserve his mental health. But. He. Has. Questions.

Together, they make sense of what’s broken in America and what it will take to fix it. The result is an entertaining, easily digestible half hour that won’t make you feel like you’re losing your mind.


Stuart Max is a 13-year veteran of Capitol Hill and founder of OD Action, Occupy Democrats’ partner action network with more than 250,000 members.

AJ Johnson is a writer and performer who isn’t about to let Donald Trump interrupt his self-care.


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Trump faces “greatest defeat” as Republicans defy his plea

Donald Trump came to Kentucky on the eve of Election Day and said if Democrat Andy Beshear won the governorship, we’d be saying, “Trump suffers the greatest defeat in the history of the world.” He’s wrong, but it’s still a very, very VERY big deal. This week on Demcoratica, Stu and AJ discuss the huge Democratic wins in Kentucky and Virginia and what they mean for 2020 and the rest of the country.

Plus! We’ll give an impeachment update as we move toward open hearings, Stu breaks down what really makes a candidate electable, and AJ gets emotional over some of the lesser known election night stories from last week. This is your country for the week of November 4, 2019.

And a reminder, it’s open season on the Obamacare exchanges, so please visit healthcare.gov to ensure you’ll be covered in 2020.

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Democratica is the political podcast that will help you understand WTF is happening without sacrificing your mental health. Hosts and longtime best friends, AJ Johnson and Stuart Max, take an unconventional look at the political news of the day, recorded in Mitch McConnell’s backyard.

Stuart is a Democratic political insider and news junky who gives sharp and savvy insight on the news of the day. AJ avoids politics at all costs in order to preserve his mental health. But. He. Has. Questions.

Together, they make sense of what’s broken in America and what it will take to fix it. The result is an entertaining, easily digestible half hour that won’t make you feel like you’re losing your mind.


Stuart Max is a 13-year veteran of Capitol Hill and founder of OD Action, Occupy Democrats’ partner action network with more than 250,000 members.


AJ Johnson is a writer and performer who isn’t about to let Donald Trump interrupt his self-care.


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