David Ferguson

Strange bedfellows: Here's the insidious link between Alex Jones' InfoWars and Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop

The same expensive, dubiously beneficial “wellness supplements” are available for sale at Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow’s tony Goop lifestyle blog and at Texas-based conspiracy-monger Alex Jones’ InfoWars.com, said Quartz on Thursday.

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'The View' Hosts Shut S. E. Cupp Down for Using Monica Lewinsky to Divert from Trump Scandal

Conservative commentator S. E. Cupp met stiff resistance from most of the panelists on ABC’s “The View” on Friday when she said that people who are dwelling on President Donald Trump’s purported liaison with adult film star Stormy Daniels should be giving equal time to Monica Lewinsky.

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Trump Is Currently Having an Affair, Michael Wolff Hints to Bill Maher

On Friday, Michael Wolff — author of the book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House — insinuated to Bill Maher that President Donald Trump is having an affair “right now” and that if readers know what to look for, the evidence is in the book.

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Trump Believes Terrorist Attack Could Save GOP in 2018: Report

Faced with the likelihood of a “blue tsunami” in the 2018 midterm elections, President Donald Trump is holding out hope that terrorists will attack the country, reported the Washington Post on Wednesday.

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Former U.S. Attorney Criticizes Trump for Allowing Wolff and Bannon in White House

Former U.S. Attorney for the middle district of Georgia Michael Moore said on CNN that President Donald Trump’s defense that he “didn’t know Steve Bannon that well” makes things look even worse for the Trump administration.

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Donald Trump Plans to Work Even Less in 2018: Report

President Donald Trump is starting work later and ending the day earlier in 2018, according to internal White House documents obtained by Jonathan Swan of Axios.com.

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Here’s a List of People Close to Trump Who May Think He’s Seriously Nuts

As revelations about President Donald Trump’s child-like behavior and microscopic attention span call his mental fitness into question, the question lingers: Who are the sources speaking to the Michael Wolff and other media outlets about Trump’s mental condition?

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Here’s a List of People Close to Trump Who May Think He’s Seriously Nuts

As revelations about President Donald Trump’s child-like behavior and microscopic attention span call his mental fitness into question, the question lingers: Who are the sources speaking to the Michael Wolff and other media outlets about Trump’s mental condition?

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Justice Department Caves to Trump, Reopens Investigation Into Clinton's Emails

Jeff Sessions’ Department of Justice is reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server during her time as Secretary of State, said Betsy Woodruff at the Daily Beast Thursday.

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Does the President Have Dementia? Trump’s Stubbornness Could Be a Sign of ‘Severe Cognitive Decline'

Esquire magazine political columnist Charles P. Pierce said that President Donald Trump’s rambling, repetitive, self-contradicting interview with the New York Times is more than a portrait of an eager authoritarian frustrated by the restrictions placed on his power.

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NBA Coach Steve Kerr Says Trump Is No Patriot and Poses a Threat to US 'Core Values'

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr told USA Today that he believes our country’s “institutions and core values” are under “assault” by President Donald Trump and that he has an obligation to speak out.

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Psychologist Takes Credit for Sending Boxes of Horse Poop to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin

A Los Angeles psychologist has taken credit for delivering a box of horse manure to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, said the Washington Post on Monday.

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Corey Lewandowski Flipped Out During a Recent White House Strategy Meeting: Report

A White House meeting about strategy for the mid-term elections erupted in a noisy argument when former manager to President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign Corey Lewandowski bawled out presidential advisers and accused the White House of being too “insular,” said a late-breaking story in the New York Times on Thursday.

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Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump Face New Lawsuit Over Financial Disclosures: Report

President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka and his son-in-law Jared Kushner were hit with a new lawsuit on Sunday alleging they made significant omissions on their federal financial disclosure forms.

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O’Reilly Accuser: Timebomb of Info on Sex Harasser Executives in ‘Highest Positions’ at Fox News Is Counting Down

“Tick tock, tick tock,” wrote conservative commentator and Bill O’Reilly sexual harassment accuser Juliet Huddy on Saturday. “Executives who not only covered up for sexual harassers/predators (statements by 21st Century Fox co-chairman Rupert Murdoch, who said on Friday that the sexual harassment and abuse scandal at his network is merely “nonsense,” and that it’s a “political” attack on the network “because we’re conservative.”

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Carl Bernstein: Fox News Is 'Abetting a Cover-Up'

Former Washington Post reporter and Watergate investigative journalist Carl Bernstein said on Sunday that Fox News hosts are now President Donald Trump’s co-conspirators because they are “abetting a cover-up” by attacking special counsel Robert Mueller and undermining his investigation.

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Megyn Kelly to Interview Trump's Alleged Victims of Sexual Assault Ahead of Press Conference

Three women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual assault will appear on Megyn Kelly’s NBC show at 9 a.m. on Monday before they have a national press conference at 10:30.

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Dentists Have a Theory Why Trump Was Slurring Through His Jerusalem Speech

President Donald Trump’s speech seemed thick and slurry during his speech about Jerusalem on Wednesday, causing some to question whether his dentures were slipping.

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Mueller Is Using Kushner to Build Federal Case Against Flynn: Report

Special counsel Robert Mueller interviewed President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner earlier this month in an effort to build the federal case against disgraced former national security adviser Ret. Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, said Vanity Fair on Thursday.

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Melania Trump Is Not Enjoying Life as the First Lady: Report

First Lady Melania Trump has only haltingly warmed to her role in President Donald Trump’s administration and still seems “very much alone in her position’ with a bare-bones staff and little in the way of an agenda, said Vanity Fair on Sunday.

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Republicans Are Growing Antsy the White House Has Already Doomed Their Plutocratic Tax Bill

As Congressional Republicans return from the Thanksgiving break, they face a crammed agenda and the daunting task of passing an already wildly unpopulartax plan by the end of the year.

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Gary Cohn Faked Bad Connection in Conference Call to Get Trump Off the Phone: Report

White House economic adviser Gary Cohn faked a bad phone connection in order to fool President Donald Trump into hanging up — because it was the only way to get him to stop talking.

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Roy Moore Has Some Alabama Women Voting Blue for the First Time in Their Lives

Women who have been lifelong supporters of the Republican Party are quietly defecting to the other side thanks to the GOP’s unwavering support of accused child molester Roy Moore, said The Daily Beast on Wednesday.

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Is Robert Mueller Now Targeting Trump for Obstruction of Justice?

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s office made a sweeping document request from the Justice Department regarding the investigation as to whether President Donald Trump’s attempts to halt investigations into his administration constitute the crime of obstruction of justice, said ABC News on Sunday night.

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Russia Has Been Watching Trump for Decades: Report

President Donald Trump was first approached by Russian operatives in 1987 when the man who would go on to become Soviet ambassador Yuri Dubinin opened discussions with Trump about a Moscow real estate project.

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GOP Governors Are in a Panic That Trump Is Spiking Their Re-Election Chances

Panic is spreading among Republican governors in the U.S. after candidate Ed Gillespie lost his race in Virginia to Democrat Ralph Northam and President Donald Trump’s administration flounders, said Axios.com on Friday.

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Whitefish Energy Fleeced Puerto Rico During Recovery Efforts: Report

On Sunday night, The New York Times reported that novice energy firm Whitefish Energy was wildly overcharging the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) for the hourly rate it paid line workers.

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Trump Nominates Judge in Alabama Who Has Never Tried a Case

President Donald Trump’s nominee for a lifetime appointment to a federal judgeship in Alabama has never tried a case in his life and has only been practicing law for three years, said The Washington Post on Sunday.

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Longtime Bodyguard Keith Schiller Reveals Russians Offered Trump 'Five Women' for Group Sex

Keith Schiller — longtime bodyguard to President Donald Trump — said this week that after a meeting about the 2013 Miss Universe Pageant in Moscow, a Russian associate offered to send “five women” to Trump’s hotel room, but Schiller declined the offer on his boss’ behalf.

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Jared and Ivanka Are Starting to Sweat, Even if They Won't Admit It

President Donald Trump’s elder daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner have scaled back their agendas and intentionally lowered their profile in recent months, but are still rootless and “in a world of sh*t,” according to one family friend.

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Texas Church Shooter Devin Kelley Had a History of Domestic Violence

Texas church shooter Devin Patrick Kelley was discharged from the Air Force over accusations of domestic violence against his wife and child. Kelley falls in with a pattern noted by researchers who say that the overwhelming majority of mass shooters and terrorist attackers have a history of violence and threats against women.

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