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August 7, 2019

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Texas House Speaker Makes Us All Want to Know What’s on the Tape Real Bad
Dallas Observer

We still don't know what's on the surreptitious recording of the meeting made by Sullivan, but we know it's probably quite a bit less than flattering for the speaker.

‘We don’t want him here’: Trump to face protests and skepticism as he visits El Paso and Dayton after mass shootings
The Washington Post

The open repudiation of a visiting president in the aftermath of a mass tragedy was striking Tuesday as a growing chorus of critics made clear that Trump would not be universally welcome during a pair of condolence visits that will take Air Force One from the Rust Belt to the southern border.

‘Be quiet!’: Trump claims Beto O’Rourke uses a ‘phony name to indicate Hispanic heritage’
The Washington Post

Speaking Monday from a teleprompter in the White House, Trump said that “now is the time to set destructive partisanship aside — so destructive — and find the courage to answer hatred with unity, devotion and love.” On Tuesday, though, he was back on Twitter to slam his partisan enemies. 

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