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Trump does not plan to block release of JFK assassination documents

Trump to release JFK assassination documentsDonald Trump does not plan to block the scheduled release of thousands of never publicly seen government documents related to the assassination of President John F Kennedy.

In a tweet, Trump said: “Subject to the receipt of further information, I will be allowing, as president, the long blocked and classified JFK FILES to be opened.”

The National Archives has until Thursday to disclose the remaining files related to Kennedy’s 1963 assassination. Trump could have blocked the release on the grounds that making the material public would harm intelligence, law enforcement, military operations or foreign relations.

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Trump Singes Fingers Trying to Torch Dossier

Trump tries to torch dossierLike a poker player whose flagrant tell gives him away, President Donald Trump telegraphed a twitchy bit of direction to Trump Tower scandal-watchers this week. Or was it indirection?

After the founder of the oppo-research company Fusion GPS that commissioned the infamous Steele Dossier told the House Intelligence Committee he would take the Fifth Amendment if subpoenaed to testify, Trump responded with a brain-bender of a tweet that thrust the dossier to the center of the stage again.

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Washington Post editorial board: Kelly owes Dem rep an apology

Washington Post editorial : Kelly should apologize

The Washington Post's editorial board is calling on White House chief of staff John Kelly to apologize to Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) after he mischaracterized her remarks from a 2015 event, calling her an "empty barrel" at a press briefing this week.

"White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly owes Rep. Frederica S. Wilson (D-Fla.) an apology. That is the only conclusion that can be drawn after watching a video of the representative’s remarks at the dedication of an FBI building in Miramar, Fla., in 2015," the board wrote on Friday.

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Gen. Kelly has been hacked by the president

Kelly hacked by Trump

Gen. John Kelly was just hacked. Not by Russian trolls, but by President Donald Trump’s pernicious and voracious need to be vindicated. It was a disappointing turn of events to see a Marine-turned-chief-of-staff take the White House podium and complete his transformation from the adult in the room to a political attack dog.

This new role serves neither his boss nor the nation well.

It was a stunning development in what already had become a vulgar couple of days; a sacrosanct ceremonial act —the president calling the families of fallen soldiers to express his deepest sympathies — had turned into a series of insults and accusations, started by President Trump, himself.

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Judge won't wipe out guilty verdict for Arpaio

Joe Arpeio judge won't wipe out guilty verdict

A federal judge has ruled that President Donald Trump's pardon of former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio ends his prosecution for criminal contempt of court, but does not wipe out the guilty verdict she returned or any other rulings in the case.

In her order Thursday, Phoenix-based U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton rejected arguments from Arpaio's lawyers and Justice Department prosecutors that the longtime Maricopa County sheriff was entitled to have all rulings in the case vacated, including the guilty verdict the judge delivered in July after a five-day trial.

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Wilson accuses John Kelly of lying: ‘How dare he?’

Wilson accuses Kelly of lying

Rep. Frederica Wilson on Friday accused White House chief of staff John Kelly of lying about her during his emotional defense of the president's condolence call to a military widow, extending a feud that has consumed the White House for much of the week.

Kelly, a former Marine Corps general whose own son was killed in action in 2010 in Afghanistan, told reporters Thursday that he was “brokenhearted at what I saw a member of Congress doing,” accusing Wilson (D-Fla.) of politicizing the death of Army Sgt. La David Johnson to attack President Donald Trump.

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Trump ‘Blindsided’ Advisers by Promising Opioid Plan ‘Next Week’

Trump blinsided Advisors on opiod plan

President Donald Trump overrode his own advisers when he promised to deliver an emergency declaration next week to combat the nation’s worsening opioid crisis.

“That is a very, very big statement,” he said Monday. “It's a very important step. ... We're going to be doing it in the next week.”

Blindsided officials are now scrambling to develop such a plan, but it is unclear when it will be announced, how or if it will be done, and whether the administration has the permanent leadership to execute it, said two administration officials.

“They are not ready for this,” a public health advocate said of an emergency declaration after talking to Health and Human Services officials enlisted in the effort.

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