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Trump's financial gatekeeper granted immunity in Michael Cohen probe

“Alan knows everything and anything about all the financials,” a former Trump Organization employee told The Washington Post. “He knows every dollar that goes in and every dollar that leaves. He knows where all the bodies are buried.” via nypost.com … Continue reading

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Ninth Circuit Strikes (Yet Another) Blow Against Trump's Anti-Sanctuary Cities Policy

Steven D. Schwinn, John Marshall Law School The Ninth Circuit struck another blow today against the administration's anti-sanctuary cities policy, ruling in San Francisco v. Trump that the President can't unilaterally withhold federal grants from sanctuary jurisdictions without Congress's say-so…. … Continue reading

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How Democrats could block Trump's Supreme Court pick

Earlier this month, University of Miami political scientist Gregory Koger, a specialist in filibustering and legislative obstructionism, explained on Vox.com that, according to Article 1, Section 5 of the U.S. Constitution, “a majority … shall constitute a quorum to do … Continue reading

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Former DHS Secretary on Trump's Family Separation Policy

The Trump administration's policy of separating parents from children unlawfully entering the United States has drawn criticism. Scott Simon talks on NPR with former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson. Johnson is not a supporter of the Trump policy. Here… … Continue reading

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Tax Implications Of President Trump's Deregulatory Agenda

Following up on my previous post, Treasury Proposes Repeal Of 298 Tax Regulations: Press Release, Treasury Releases Report Highlighting Regulatory Reform Accomplishments: The U.S. Treasury Department today released a report detailing its accomplishments in support of the President’s regulatory reform … Continue reading

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