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Continuing Trump hypocrisy

Trump Mocking Disabled ReporterA short time ago, President Donald J. Trump was calling for the resignation of Montana’s Democratic Senator Jon Tester. The issue was the treatment of Trump’s nominee to head the Veterans’ Administration, Admiral Ronny Jackson. Senator Tester serves as the ranking member of the Senate Veteran’s Affairs Committee. That Senate committee is tasked with reviewing the qualifications of the nominee for that cabinet position left vacant with the firing by Trump of Dr. David Shulkin.
Admiral Jackson has since withdrawn his nomination in the midst of the controversy created when certain individuals raised allegations of misconduct on the part of Jackson who, quite famously, also served as the White House physician and has been in that position for the past three presidents.
Rather than try to capture the eloquence of the president’s tweet regarding his call for Senator Tester to resign, I will simply provide it for you here:

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Georgetown Prep alum nominated to be next Fed Chairman

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President Donald Trump has nominated Chevy Chase resident and Georgetown Prep alumnus Jerome "Jay" Powell to be the next Chairman of the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, the White House announced last week.

The 64-year-old lawyer and investment banker – who has served on the Federal Reserve board since 2012 – is a Washington, D.C. native, having graduated from Georgetown Preparatory School before returning to the area to attend law school at Georgetown University, where he was editor of the Georgetown Law Journal.  

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Raskin successor in state senate named

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Del. Will Smith 2Del. Will Smith (D-20) COURTESY PHOTO  

Del. Will Smith (D-20) was selected to replace outgoing Congress-bound Sen. Jamie Raskin (D-20) in the Maryland Senate last Wednesday.

A former appointee by President Obama to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Smith will become the first African American to represent Montgomery County in the state Senate.

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