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Giuliani: ‘Over My Dead Body’ Will Mueller Interview Trump

Giuliani: ‘Over My Dead Body’ Will Mueller Interview TrumpWASHINGTON — With a number of probes moving closer to the Oval Office, President Donald Trump and his attorney unleashed a fresh series of attacks Sunday on the investigators, questioning their integrity while categorically ruling out the possibility of a presidential interview with the special counsel. Trump and Rudy Giuliani used Twitter and television interviews to deliver a series of broadsides against special counsel Robert Mueller and federal prosecutors in New York. Giuliani said he was “disgusted” by the tactics used by Mueller in his probe into Russian election interference, including in securing guilty pleas from the president’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn on a charge of lying to federal investigators. Trump, Giuliani said, would not submit to an interview by Mueller’s team. “They’re a joke,” Giuliani told “Fox News Sunday.” ”Over my dead body, but, you know, I could be…


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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: When Ducey Picked McSally

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: When Ducey Picked McSallyWritten by Olivia Paschal (@oliviacpaschal) and Elaine Godfrey (@elainejgodfrey)Today in 5 Lines A federal judge agreed to delay former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s sentencing for lying to the FBI. Flynn requested the delay, signaling his fear that he might serve prison time despite his cooperation with three separate investigations. Democrats rejected an offer from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that would have kept the federal government open in exchange for Congress reprogramming $1 billion in unspent funds to implement Trump’s immigration policies. Funding for roughly one-quarter of the federal government runs out on Friday at midnight. Arizona Governor Doug Ducey appointed Republican Representative Martha McSally to fill the Senate seat being vacated by Senator Jon Kyl. McSally lost the November election for Arizona’s other Senate seat to Democrat Kyrsten Sinema. The New York Attorney General’s office said that the Trump…


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Process Crimes and Misdemeanors

Process Crimes and MisdemeanorsOn this much, hizzoner’s critics and defenders have tended to agree: The greatest accomplishment of Rudy Giuliani’s career was how he cleaned up crime in New York City during his time as mayor.When he entered office, the city was riddled with crimes, both serious (there had been more than 2,000 murders in 1990, the peak year) and petty (people urinating in public or the infamous squeegee men extorting drivers).Giuliani was inspired by George L. Kelling and James Q. Wilson’s 1982 Atlantic story “Broken Windows,” which argued that if authorities maintained “order” by enforcing small crimes, it would deter more serious violations of the law. As mayor, he decided to put the broken-windows theory into effect, in concert with CompStat, an innovative data management system for the police.[George L. Kelling and James Q. Wilson: Broken windows]“Wilson had a revelation about crime: Focus on the small crimes, such as…


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White House briefs press amid shutdown negotiations – live stream

White House briefs press amid shutdown negotiations – live streamPress Secretary Sarah Sanders is delivering a White House press briefing as Congress, White House negotiate government funding, and after former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was sentenced for lying to FBI ….. Read More.CBS NEWS – Latest | U.S. and World NewsTue, December 18, 20189 hours ago


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What Flynn’s sentencing delay means for President Trump

What Flynn’s sentencing delay means for President TrumpNBC’s Heidi Przybyla, the LA Times’ Eli Stokols, and Politico’s Jake Sherman discuss the political ramifications of Michael Flynn’s sentencing delay with Katy Tur.Read more ….. Read More.MSNBC – The Latest | U.S. and World NewsTue, December 18, 20184 hours ago


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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Cuomo’s Joint Effort

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Cuomo’s Joint EffortWritten by Olivia Paschal (@oliviacpaschal) and Madeleine Carlisle (@maddiecarlisle2)Today in 5 Lines Republican Senator Lamar Alexander announced that he would not seek reelection in 2020, setting up Tennessee for its second Senate election in two years after Republican Marsha Blackburn won her seat in November. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo explicitly said for the first time that he supports legalizing recreational marijuana in New York and announced that it would be one of his legislative priorities in early 2019. Two new reports released by the Senate Intelligence Committee detail how Russian trolls attempted to depress voter turnout among African Americans in the 2016 campaign. Former FBI Director James Comey testified in a closed-door hearing in front of the House Judiciary and Oversight committees, after already testifying for six hours earlier this month. A former business partner of Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump’s……


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