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Photos From the ‘March for Our Lives’ Protests Around the World

Photos from the March for Our Lives Link below to view the wonderful images from around the nation and around the world that show the power of young voices for change.  The March for Our Lives featured amazing speeches by students who made history today, and who will be remembered for their determination and a relentless will to force new legislation to stop the carnage that has taken over the United States.

Link to NYT photos here.

Papadopoulos encouraged by Trump campaign staffer to make contact with Russians: report

George PapadopoulisGeorge Papadopoulos, the former foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign who has pled guilty to lying to the FBI, was reportedly encouraged by a senior-level campaign official to make contact with the Russians.

The campaign’s deputy communications director, Bryan Lanza, urged the young adviser in a September 2016 email to accept an interview with a Russian news agency shortly before the election concluded, The Washington Post reported Friday.

“You should do it,” Lanza wrote, pushing him to help improve the U.S. “partnership with Russia.”


Bolton super PAC benefited from leaked Facebook data: report

John Bolton bnefited from leaked Facebook data

A super PAC run by incoming Trump national security adviser John Bolton was an early customer of Cambridge Analytica and benefited from the Facebook data that the political consulting firm obtained from a third-party app, The New York Times reported Friday.

Campaign finance records show that The John Bolton Super PAC paid Cambridge Analytica more than $1.15 million starting in 2014, after the firm reportedly obtained data from 50 million Facebook users without their knowledge.

The Times obtained the contract for the work Cambridge Analytica did for Bolton’s PAC, which included “behavioral microtargeting with psychographic messaging.” Cambridge Analytica went on to work for President Trump's campaign.


Trump aides are ‘at their wits’ end’

Trump aides are at their wits' end

Forget senior White House staffers, outside advisers, friends and others “close” to the president. There’s only one person who truly knows what Donald Trump is thinking at any given moment: Donald Trump.

The president’s surprise Friday morning tweet threatening to veto a $1.3 trillion government funding bill — and subsequent reversal in a matter of hours — capped another week in which Trump’s impulsive decisions undermined his exasperated staff.


Cambridge Analytica files Leaked: Cambridge Analytica's blueprint for Trump victory

Analytica plan for Trump victory leacked

The blueprint for how Cambridge Analytica claimed to have won the White House for Donald Trump by using Google, Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube is revealed for the first time in an internal company document obtained by the Guardian.

The 27-page presentation was produced by the Cambridge Analytica officials who worked most closely on Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

A former employee explained to the Guardian how it details the techniques used by the Trump campaign to micro-target US voters with carefully tailored messages about the Republican nominee across digital channels.


Cryptic tweet from Stormy Daniels' lawyer hints at photos tied to alleged Trump affair

Stormy Daniel's lawyer hints at photos

Only days before porn star Stormy Daniels is scheduled to appear on CBS' 60 Minutes to discuss her alleged affair with President Trump, her lawyer on Friday tweeted a tantalizing photo of a CD inside an opened safe, suggesting she has photos linked to the relationship.

In a caption accompanying the tweet, attorney Michael Avenatti writes: "If 'a picture is worth a thousand words,' how many words is this worth????? #60minutes #pleasedenyit #basta"

In an exchange of comments below the tweet, a writer suggests the CD in the photo only contains video of Daniels taking a lie detector test in 2011 about the alleged affair. Avenatti replies: "Nope. Enjoy Sunday and the days that follow..."


Trump removes H.R. McMaster as national security adviser, replacing him with John Bolton

HR McMater out, Bolton in.President Trump fired his national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, Thursday and named John Bolton to succeed him, according to the White House.

McMaster's ouster comes amid a period of particular turmoil in Trump's national security team, as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was fired March 13 and CIA Director Mike Pompeo was named to replace him.


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