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NEWS     THURSDAY,  AUGUST  16, 2018    NEWS

Winners And Losers From Tuesday's Primaries: Once Again, Trump Is Big Winner
Primaries in four states Tuesday — Minnesota, Connecticut, Wisconsin and Vermont — set up competitive governor’s, Senate and House races across the country this November. But even before then, these primaries identified some clear winners and losers that reinforced trends we’ve been seeing all year.  Washington Post
VOA VIEW: Trump is the big winneer - the liberal media and Dems are the big losers.

Trump Told Howard Stern About Potent Apprentice Season Pitting 'Blacks Against Whites'
A season of The Apprentice pitting black contestants against white contestants? That would be “the highest rated show on television,” according to Donald Trump. As the debate rages on over the existence of an alleged tape of the president saying the N-word during filming of The Apprentice, a resurfaced interview with Howard Stern reveals Trump discussing a potential racially-divided season of his NBC reality show. People

DO NOT DENY: More And More, Trump's Own Spokesmen Refuse To Vouch For Him
It turns out Sarah Huckabee Sanders isn’t the only one. I and others noted Tuesday afternoon how conspicuous it was that Sanders wouldn’t totally deny that President Trump had used the n-word. “I can’t guarantee anything,” she said, adding later: “Look, I haven’t been in every single room.” Washington Post
VOA VIEW: No one can vouch for anyone - 100% if the time.

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Trump Pulls Security Clearance Of Ex-CIA Director Brennan
President Donald Trump on Wednesday revoked the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan, who has become a harsh critic of the president, and appeared to be targeting others who have disagreed with the administration. “Mr. Brennan’s lying and recent conduct characterized by increasingly frenzied commentary is wholly inconsistent with access to the nation’s most closely held secrets and facilities, the very aim of our adversaries which is to sow division and chaos,” Politico
VOA VIEW: Good!

George Conway, Husband Of Kellyanne, Tweets On Trump's 'False And Misleading' Statements
George Conway is at it again. A day after lighting up the Internet with a not-so-subtle dig at President Trump, the attorney and husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway jumped back into the online ring with another tweet on Tuesday morning. In his latest commentary, Conway amplified his criticism of the president, pointedly calling out Trump’s most recent behavior. Washington Post
VOA VIEW: Expected from an idiot.

Penn Jillette Says He Knows Trump Tapes Exist, Becuase 'I Was In The Room'
Comedian/magician and former "Celebrity Apprentice" contestant Penn Jillette has just pulled a surprising rabbit out of his hat and inserted himself in the did-Donald-Trump-speak-slurs on-"The Apprentice" controversy roiling Washington again. Yes, he says, there are tapes from the reality series in which Trump, its host, is heard making racially or sexually inappropriate remarks. And he knows this because, he says, "I was in the room" at the time. USA Today
VOA VIEW: One fool lies and another swears by it.

How To Track Where Google's Tracking You
Turning off the location tracking on your phone isn’t enough to stop Google from receiving any information about where you are, an Associated Press investigation revealed this week. Even if someone goes into their Google account settings to turn off a feature that logs their location, the AP reported, the tech giant still receives a fairly complete idea of where you are through other settings that aren’t as clearly labeled as collecting location information. Washington Post

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Clapper: I Don't Plan To Stop Speaking About This Administration
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper reacts to President Trump revoking ex-CIA chief John Brennan's security clearance and being among a list of officials whose clearances are being reviewed. Google News
VOA VIEW: Clapper should hae his clearance revoked.

Prosecution: Manfort Lied To Keep More Money
Prosecutors spent over 90 minutes Wednesday morning methodically laying out their case that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort repeatedly lied in order to finance an extravagant lifestyle. CNN

Are All Catholics Liable At This Point?-Critics Slam Vatican's 'Disturbing' Silence On Abuse Cover-Ups
"The silence from the Vatican is disturbing," said Massimo Faggioli, a theology professor at Villanova University in Pennsylvania. "I don't think the Pope necessarily has to say something today. He needs time to understand the situation. But someone from the Vatican should say something." CNN

Russian Collusion: It Was Hillary Clinton All Along
That's the stunning conclusion of a RealClear Investigations report by Lee Smith, who looked in-depth at the controversial June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between officials of then-candidate Donald Trump's campaign staff and a Russian lawyer known to have ties with high-level officials in Vladimir Putin's government. But "a growing body of evidence ... indicates that the meeting may have been a setup — part of a broad effort to tarnish the Trump campaign involving Hillary Clinton operatives employed by Kremlin-linked figures and Department of Justice officials," wrote Smith. Investors
VOA VIEW: Russia Collusion was made up by the FBI, DOJ and promoted by the liberal media.

Measles Outbreak Hits 21 States
One-hundred seven people have contracted the measles, the CDC said. The disease has been reported in Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington and the District of Colombia. Google News

Colorado Baker In Case Of Supreme Court Sues State Over 'Prosecution'
A Colorado baker who won a narrow Supreme Court victory over his refusal to make a wedding cake for a gay couple is suing the state after it launched another case against him for declining to create a cake for a transgender woman. Reuters

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More Than 2 Dozen Overdose Victims Found Near New Haven Green, Connecticut
Authorities in Connecticut arrested a 34-year-old man after more than 30 people were found suffering overdose symptoms at or near the New Haven Green. Felix Melendez was "known” to police and was out on parole when he was arrested Wednesday afternoon, Police Chief Anthony Campbell told the New Haven Register. Daily News

Ex Clinton Aide Rips Trump For Revoking Brennan's Clearance
A former aide to Hillary Clinton slammed President Trump on Twitter on Wednesday after he revoked former CIA Director John Brennan’s security clearance. “Trump just revoked former CIA Director John Brennan’s security clearance,” Philippe Reines said in a tweet. “What a vindictive little bitch.” Hill
VOA VIEW: The real bitch is the Dems and liberals.

Snap-Trump Plays Volleyball
In the spirit of the Summer Games, old footage of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, in jeans and a polo shirt, trying his hand at beach volleyball has resurfaced online. Someone even added “Playing With The Boys” by Kenny Loggins ? the song used for the beach volleyball scene in “Top Gun.” Here’s the remarkable moment in dramatic slow motion: Google News

FCC Shuts Down Alex Jones' Flagship Radio Station
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has shut down conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’s flagship radio station. The Austin American-Statesman reported Wednesday that the pirate radio station, Liberty Radio, was hit with a $15,000 fine and at least temporarily pulled from the airwaves. Hill

Briton From Sudan Named Suspect In London Crash
The police in London on Wednesday identified a Sudanese-born Briton from Birmingham as the driver who had plowed a car into three people and crashed outside Parliament, leaving the authorities trying to pry a motive from a suspect they said was uncooperative. NY Times

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Black Americans Aren't Buying Omarosa's Turn Against Trump, And Neither Should We
Few in the black community immediately rushed to defend Manigault Newman after she wrote a book titled "Unhinged" about her time in the White House. It paints a damning picture of Trump, claiming without evidence that tapes exist of him using the N-word as he filmed "The Apprentice" reality series, on which she co-starred. She has since stepped up her attacks on Trump as she promotes her book, telling The Associated Press on Tuesday that the president is "a racist, a misogynist, a bigot." ABC
VOA VIEW: Very few believe or like Omarosa.

President Defends Tariffs
Trump defended his imposition of tariffs on foreign products in a tweet, saying the U.S. “was built” on such levies and that they are leading the country to “great new Trade Deals.” Chad Bown of the Peterson Institute for International Economics tweeted in response to Trump that there’s no evidence that any deals that would eliminate trade barriers are imminent. Market Watch

Biden Didn't Run In 2016 For Fear Of Clinton's 'Stop At Nothing', 'Opposition Research'
In his new memoir, former Vice President Joe Biden says he knew he was capable of beating Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary, but he decided not to run for fear of a "stop at nothing" campaign by her backers. "My numbers on trustworthiness, honesty, and empathy were as high as they had ever been. And I was strongest where the most formidable candidate, Hillary Clinton, was weakest: the key swing states like Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Florida," Biden writes in "Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose." Fox
VOA VIEW: Biden is a coward and fool.

Why The Explosive Report On Catholic Church Abuse Unlikely To Yield Criminal Charges
The searing grand jury report issued Tuesday in Pennsylvania that accuses bishops and other Roman Catholic Church leaders in that state of covering up child sexual abuse by more than 300 priests has prompted growing calls for justice, while leaving Americans wondering about the broader impact of the revelations on the church and other institutions. NY Times

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Bannon's New Group Issues Midterm Plea: Save Trump
Stephen K. Bannon, the former White House chief strategist, is forming a group to try to sell voters on a midterm message that they should support Republicans to defend the Trump agenda and save the president from impeachment. NY Times
VOA VIEW: The American people, despite the liberal media, know Trump is doing good.

Joe Biden Under 'Doctor's Orders' To Skip Dem Day At Illinois State Fair
Biden, 75, was scheduled to be the keynote speaker Thursday to boost J.B. Pritzker, a Democratic gubernatorial candidate, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. The presence of Biden, considered a possible 2020 presidential contender, "will be noticeable at Thursday's event," the Sun-Times reported. Fox News

Kim Jong Un Wishes Putin Good Luck In 'Building A Powerful Russia'
North Korea’s Kim Jong Un has wished Russian President Vladimir Putin good luck with his plans for “building a powerful Russia” and improving ties between their countries. The North Korean leader wrote to Putin on the occasion of National Liberation Day of Korea, marking the nation’s liberation from Japan at the end of World War II. He apparently received a congratulatory message from the Kremlin as well, Pyongyang’s Korean Central News Agency reported. Newsweek

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Biden To Trump: If You Think Revoking Brennan's Clearance Will Silence Him, Then You 'Just Don't Know The Man'
Former Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday hit back at President Trump for revoking former CIA Director John Brennan’s security clearance. In a tweet, Biden warned the president that revoking Brennan’s clearance won’t “silence” the frequent Trump critic. Hill
VOA VIEW: Biden and Brennan are idiots.

Brennan On Trump Calling Omarosa A Dog: 'You'll Never Be A 'Good, Decent And Honest Person'
Former CIA Director John Brennan on Tuesday tweeted that President Trump fails “to live up to minimum standards of decency, civility, & probity” in response to his tweet calling former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman a “dog.” Brennan has been a frequent Trump critic during his presidency, writing in an op-ed in The Washington Post earlier this year that he will continue to criticize the president “until integrity returns to the White House.” Hill

Brennan And The Very Focused 2016 Feeding Of Intelligence To FBI That Allowed Russia Probe
Mr. Brennan has taken credit for launching the Trump investigation. At a House Intelligence Committee hearing in May 2017, he explained that he became “aware of intelligence and information about contacts between Russian officials and U.S. persons.” This information, he said, “served as the basis for the FBI investigation.” My sources suggest Mr. Brennan was overstating his initial role, but either way, by his own testimony, he as an Obama-Clinton partisan was pushing information to the FBI and pressuring it to act. More notable, Mr. Brennan then took the lead on shaping the narrative that Russia was interfering in the election specifically to help Mr. Trump—which quickly evolved into the Trump-collusion narrative. WSJ

Giuliani: 'The Guy Running It Was Brennan'
Former CIA Director John Brennan, a man who repeatedly blasts President Donald Trump -- even accusing him of treason after the Helsinki summit -- was the "quarterback" behind the Trump-Russia investigation that is so riddled with irregularities, Rudy Giuliani told Fox News's Sean Hannity Monday night. President Trump's attorney is demanding an independent counsel to "investigate the investigators." CNS

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