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The John Durham Shit Show:
In a Nutshell:
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The former special counsel denied two essential facts of the Trump-Russia scandal.
When Durham came before the committee, House Republicans eagerly picked over the scraps in his final report, which has been much criticized, and they treated him as a hero. But under questioning from Democratic and Republican members, Durham misrepresented key aspects of the Russia scandal, suggesting he was either unfamiliar with basic facts or was purposefully trying to mislead the committee and the American public.
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President Biden/Biden Administration:
After some skepticism and mistrust of the younger governor, the president and his political orbit have found a loyal soldier in California.
Gavin Newsom didn’t just roll out the welcome mat for Joe Biden when the president landed in San Francisco this week for public events and fundraisers.
During Biden’s three-day swing through the Bay Area, the California governor forcefully embraced his new role: a top Biden surrogate. The trip came days after Newsom took that defense directly into what many Democrats consider the beating heart of enemy territory — over an hourlong interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity.
The House moved forward Wednesday with a measure that would censure Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.) for pressing allegations that Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign colluded with Russia, a week after a first attempt to censure Schiff was blocked.
A vote to table the resolution — or effectively kill it — failed early Wednesday afternoon on a 208-218 vote along party lines. The vote triggered an immediate debate on the censure measure, which the House is set to vote on later Wednesday.