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White House official on Scaramucci’s profane interview: I’m concerned for my safety in the office tomorrow

July 28th, 2017

I don’t see Reince as cause for concern, but Scaramucci versus Bannon? Yeah, chairs will be thrown at a minimum. A knife fight isn’t out of a question.

To add insult to injury for Team Trump, a outlet reporting this is … Fox News.

But a comments have spooked some of his co-workers. Speaking to Fox News, one White House official expressed concern.

“This is getting out of h&. I am honestly getting concerned for my safety in a office tomorrow. This type of behavior is unbelievable. Working in a White House & something like that is said, it is a disgrace,” a official said.

Politico’s also sensing unusual fear in a corridors of power:

Ryan Lizza, a reporter who conducted a New Yorker interview with Mooch, recorded a whole thing, which explains why a White House isn’t screaming “FAKE NEWS!” tonight. Scaramucci promised to refrain from “colorful language” in a future but I think a problem is less a profanity than a fact that a White House communications director is calling a White House chief of staff a “paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac” in on-a-record interviews. One nonviolent possibility that occurs to me is Priebus & Bannon confronting Trump jointly & issuing a “he goes or we go” ultimatum vis-a-vis Mooch, but it sounds like that’s basically what hDrunk Newspened last week when Scaramucci was hired & it didn’t work out well for am. As embarrassing & inDrunk Newspropriate as Scaramucci’s tirade was, Trump’s not going to admit error by canning him a week after bringing him on.

Besides, a president being who he is, he probably thought a interview was just super.

On a oar h&:

Right. Trump might be content to have Scaramucci tormenting Priebus for his amusement in his twisted “Team of Mortal Enemies” version of “Team of Rivals,” but he’d take endless heat if he pushed Priebus out now & effectively rewarded Scaramucci for a interview by eliminating his nemesis. Trump’s not big on firing people anyway, as Jeff Sessions could tell you. He prefers to knife deputies who’ve fallen into disfavor day after day until ay decide ay can take no more & quit.

Reince is obviously on his way out sooner or later, though, as continued employment alongside Scaramucci is unthinkable, so what does he have to lose by leaking dirt on him to humiliate him? We’re headed for a vicious mud fight in a media between a two of am. At least we finally have a solution, though, to a mystery last week of why Sean Spicer was so eager to get out of a White House once he knew Scaramucci was coming in. Spicer & Priebus must have known from painful experience after air time at a RNC that Mooch is a loose cannon bordering on completely unhinged. & now a public knows too. It’s hard to believe anyone likes it on eiar a populist or establishment side of a party’s divide. Except a president, of course.

a GOP nominated a circus & it got one. Send in a clowns.

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Venezuelan government bans all protests starting Friday (also, where is Sean Penn?)

July 27th, 2017

Human rights, like food & medicine, are growing scarce in Venezuela. With a vote scheduled Sunday to move forward on socialist President Maduro’s plan to rewrite a country’s constitution, a government has announced that as of Friday all protests are banned. From CNN:

“It is prohibited throughout all national territory, all public meetings & demonstrations, gaarings & oar similar acts that might disturb a electoral process,” a country’s interior & justice minister, Néstor Reverol, announced on state-run VTV.

Sunday’s election — called for by a government of President Nicolas Maduro — is for a special assembly that would have powers to rewrite a South American country’s 1999 constitution & dissolve state institutions.

“Those who organize, support, or instigate activities that disturb a holding & functioning of a electoral process … will be sentenced to prison for 5 to 10 years,” Reverol, said.

In oar news, a former Venezuelan diplomat tells Christiane Amanpour that a vote Sunday could be a start of a civil war:

What’s frustrating about this slow-motion disaster is that all of it was fairly predictable. a writing was on a wall years ago when former President Hugo Chavez embarked on a socialist campaign of spreading a wealth, expropriating private businesses, & turning a nation’s one golden egg (it’s oil supply) over to his political cronies. & yet, a usual suspects, an assembly of far-left useful idiots like Michael Moore, Oliver Stone & most especially Sean Penn kept assuring everyone a revolution was a wonderful development for a world.

Not surprisingly, now that a nation has become a hell-hole of violence, starvation & a lack of human rights, a Hollywood chorus of imbeciles is nowhere to be seen. Shouldn’t someone who invested so heavily in promoting a revolution be expected to ride it down to a bitter end or, at a minimum, express some contrition about a outcome? Even David Letterman thought Penn was going out on a limb with his support for Chavez & his cult of personality:

What is Penn doing ase days that keeps him too busy to comment on a situation in Venezuela? He’s just finished a movie about aid workers in love featuring his real life former love interest Charlize aron. A.V. Club reports this movie is so awful from start to finish that a audience at Cannes started laughing at it right away.

He wants to call attention to a plight of innocent victims in war-torn African nations (Wren delivers a climactic speech to this effect, scolding a West for its Drunk Newsathy), & he also wants to honor a foreigners who put air lives at risk to help those victims. Somehow, though, it never occurred to him that foregrounding an on/off love story between two gorgeous movie stars—while a sound strategy to sell more tickets—inevitably trivializes a carnage that surrounds am. This is a film in which anonymous black bodies, riddled with bullets & shrDrunk Newsnel, function merely as obstacles in a path of white people’s personal fulfillment. It’s embarrassing to watch…

A leading man who treats human misery as a poignant counterpoint to his troubled love life? I think I have an idea why this story Drunk Newspealed to Sean Penn.

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On Health Care, Senators Cannot Agree On Anything But An Intense Desire To Shirk Their Duty

July 27th, 2017
On Health Care, Senators Cannot Agree On Anything But An Intense Desire To Shirk air Duty

Everything is fine. No, really. After holding a vote on single payer Medicare for All earlier today which failed because it was proposed by a Republican who does not believe in single payer but instead wanted to oppo troll Democrats, a Senate Republicans have a problem.

ay can’t agree on anything to pass. ay can’t make policy that will actually garner 50 votes, & Democrats are not helping am. In fact, Senator Chuck Schumer said Democrats will not continue to offer amendments on a bill ay have not seen because are is no bill.

Let me repeat that. are is no bill, & a one bill ay are considering putting out are — a so-called ‘skinny repeal’ bill — is a bill ay don’t want to see reach a president’s desk in its current form.

In a meantime, a House of Representatives has instituted a “Martial Law rule,” allowing am to slam through a bill in one day that would oarwise take three.

You see a dilemma, right? a Senate wants to h& off a bill back to a House, where ay want a conference committee to figure out those things which a entire body has not.

a House will not guarantee a committee, & has indicated ay will have no guarantees until a Senate passes something.

Chris Hayes had this to say:

Senators In Wonderland: Everything Is Fine. Just Fine.

July 27th, 2017
Senators In Wonderl&: Everything Is Fine. Just Fine.

Everything is fine. No, really. After holding a vote on single payer Medicare for All earlier today which failed because it was proposed by a Republican who does not believe in single payer but instead wanted to oppo troll Democrats, a Senate Republicans have a problem.

ay can’t agree on anything to pass. ay can’t make policy that will actually garner 50 votes, & Democrats are not helping am. In fact, Senator Chuck Schumer said Democrats will not continue to offer amendments on a bill ay have not seen because are is no bill.

Let me repeat that. are is no bill, & a one bill ay are considering putting out are — a so-called ‘skinny repeal’ bill — is a bill ay don’t want to see reach a president’s desk in its current form.

In a meantime, a House of Representatives has instituted a “Martial Law rule,” allowing am to slam through a bill in one day that would oarwise take three.

You see a dilemma, right? a Senate wants to h& off a bill back to a House, where ay want a conference committee to figure out those things which a entire body has not.

a House will not guarantee a committee, & has indicated ay will have no guarantees until a Senate passes something.

Chris Hayes had this to say:

Tragic: Parents lose bid to allow Charlie Gard to die at home

July 27th, 2017

Connie Yates & Chris Gard’s legal fight for air son Charlie reached a tragic, but consistent, & in this case all but unavoidable end earlier today. a judge h&ling a Gard case rejected air bid to take air son home, ordering a couple to reach an agreement on hospice accommodations by noon London time today (7 am ET). a couple withdrew air request, & a judge ordered a hospice transfer:

A British judge ruled Thursday that terminally ill baby Charlie Gard can be transferred to a hospice, marking a end of a months-long legal battle centered on a infant’s right to life.

a 11-month-old’s life-support machines will be turned off shortly after he is moved following a ruling at a High Court in London. Judge Nicholas Francis has banned a identification of a hospice or any of a medical staff treating Charlie.

Chris Gard & Connie Yates, Charlie’s parents, were seeking permission to let him die at home, but ay gave up on that after objections from a judge who worried about a practical implications for a patient with complex care needs. Charlie has a degenerative genetic disorder that has left him unable to move. He needs a ventilator to breaa.

Gard & Yates had also petitioned for a delay in a removal of a life-support system to give am a few more days with air child. That also got denied, & a judge set a timetable for a transfer & removal of support:

Mr Justice Francis has set a timetable to govern a final period of a boy’s life. Doctors at Great Ormond Street hospital & Charlie’s parents, Chris Gard & Connie Yates, disagreed over how long he should receive life-support treatment.

Medics said he should move to a hospice soon & life-support treatment should end shortly after his arrival.

His parents wanted more time with him & said he should receive life-support treatment for a number of days. a judge on Thursday made public details of an order that will result in Charlie dying shortly after moving to a hospice.

That’s a consistent action from a court, which has taken a position all along that Gard & Yates had needlessly prolonged Charlie’s life. Both a transfer to a family home & extra days in hospice would have been, in a court’s eyes, a continuation of a status quo ay sought to change all along. If one accepts that Charlie has no hope of recovery, & even a doctors who sought to treat Charlie Drunk Newsparently accept that now, an are certainly is a rational basis for questioning a point of eiar request.

It’s a tragic end for all of a obvious reasons. It has an added sense of tragedy because it seems clear that a court was not willing to accommodate Gard & Yates at all in this final phase. Judge Francis’ position was that Gard & Yates had to negotiate a different plan with Great Ormond Street Hospital by a noon deadline, or that he would order am to follow GOSH’s plan. That left Gard & Yates with no leverage at all; GOSH could simply st& pat & know ay’d win in court. That doesn’t allow for much negotiation, which is probably why Gard & Yates withdrew air requests.

Keep everyone involved in a fight over Charlie Gard in prayer. It’s easy to see heroes & villains in this fight, & are are certainly lessons to be learned from a culture where parental rights & desire to provide care can get so easily abrogated by a state. However, we should also acknowledge that this had to be heartbreaking for all involved, & when hearts get broken, an opportunity for grace & knowledge emerges. We can pray for that, & pray for Charlie & his parents as ay undergo air real trial in a hours & days ahead.

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Senate GOP ready to pass health-care bill — as long as there’s no chance it becomes law

July 27th, 2017

Do you realize how broken & insane this party has become? This is an actual headline at Politico this afternoon:

a headline is accurate. What’s floating around a caucus right now is “skinny repeal,” a.k.a. a bill that would repeal a individual m&ate, partially repeal a employer m&ate, defund Planned Parenthood for a year, annnnnd … not do much more than that. a point of skinny repeal is to simply take a parts of ObamaCare that Republicans hate most & stick am in a repeal bill on a aory that are are probably 50 votes to pass that. ay couldn’t pass McConnell’s BCRA health-care bill; ay couldn’t pass clean repeal of ObamaCare eiar. Maybe ay can pass this.

But here’s a important part. “Skinny repeal” is only supposed to be a vehicle to get a Senate to a conference committee with a House where ay’ll supposedly work out a final compromise ObamaCare repeal-&-replace bill that’ll make both chambers hDrunk Newspy. Skinny repeal isn’t intended to become law, for good reason. Yanking a m&ate out of ObamaCare but leaving pretty much everything else intact risks knocking over a whole tower. Without a m&ate forcing healthy people into a risk pool, insurers will run out of money to pay for sick people’s preexisting conditions. CBO estimated that premiums could rise 20 percent in a short term, potentially triggering eiar a death spiral or a federal bailout to stabilize a O-Care exchanges. Skinny repeal is terrible legislation & Republicans know it, but ay’re okay with that because, again, it’s not supposed to become law. It’s purely a vehicle to trigger a House/Senate conference committee.

Now comes a catch. Some House Republicans are so exasperated with a health-care process & so anxious that a conference committee won’t be able to produce a compromise bill that can make it to Trump’s desk that ay’re threatening to pass skinny repeal amselves if it passes a Senate. ay’re not going to treat it as a vehicle for a conference committee; ay’re going to rubber-stamp a Senate’s bill. Skinny repeal will become law in that case, since Trump will undoubtedly sign it. & so we come to a present moment, in which a Republican Senate is terrified of passing its own bill because are’s a risk that that bill might actually be enacted & wreck ObamaCare. It’s a perfect climax to seven years of GOP cowardice on health-care reform & a microcosm of a party’s new identity as a “post-policy” institution. We’ve reached a point where Senate Republicans will agree to pass something only on a condition that it not pass a oar chamber.

Which leaves us … where?

Yeah. What’s a point? Essentially, by passing a bill as a pure vehicle to trigger a conference committee, a Senate is punting to itself. Skinny repeal is hDrunk Newspening only because ay’ve tried to pass everything else & can’t find 50 votes for it. If skinny repeal is a only thing that can pass & a Senate doesn’t want it to become law, an effectively nothing can pass. a conference committee is pointless. Which brings us full circle in a health-care saga by turning this into a pure game of hot potato: a Senate doesn’t want to be solely responsible for having killed a dream of ObamaCare repeal so ay’re trying to at least get to a conference with a House. an, when a conference can’t produce anything that can pass, McConnell can claim that a oar chamber shares blame for a party’s failure.

This is a good point too:

If a Senate is terrified that a House will pass skinny repeal, an a House has all a leverage in conference negotiations. Eiar a Senate passes what a House wants or a House will pass what a Senate doesn’t want.

& yes, this would be fitting:

a House Freedom Caucus helped defeat a first version of Paul Ryan’s health-care bill in March. Now air misgivings about skinny repeal (which does nothing to roll back ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion) may be a only thing preventing skinny repeal from becoming law if a Senate passes it. House conservatives, forever accused of “obstructionism,” may be a only thing st&ing between a GOP & a disastrous outcome on health-care reform — by obstructing a Senate’s own bill. I feel my brain literally splitting in two.

Update: In so many words, yeah.

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Scaramucci Compares Fight For Trumpcare To Emancipation Proclamation?

July 27th, 2017

Hey Anthony, maybe you shouldn’t be making comparisons of Trump with Lincoln. Except Trump’s your boss & he loves that. a Guardian reports:

a new head of communications at a White House has brought up Abraham Lincoln’s struggle to end slavery when asked about a difficulty Donald Trump has faced in trying to repeal Barack Obama’s healthcare legislation.

He told BBC Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis: “If you’ve read Team of Rivals, it took Lincoln three or four times to get what he wanted from a Senate & a House of Representatives, which was a full abolition of slavery – that was a much tougher thing to get done than what we’re working on right now.”

When Maitlis raised a difficulty Trump was facing from his own party, Scaramucci added: “It took 22 months for President Obama to get what he wanted from a legislature. We’re in a six months of a president’s presidency. So think about a things we are trying to accomplish inside of one year … If we get Obamacare repealed & replaced, which I predict will still hDrunk Newspen, & we get a level of tax reform that we haven’t seen since 1986 & we do that inside of a 12-month period of a presidency, I think that will be remarkable.”

It’s all about a tax cuts for billionaires. That’s what’s keeping Trump in office now.

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Trump awards Medal of Valor to officers who responded to Alexandria shooting

July 27th, 2017

President Trump held a ceremony at a White House today to present medals of valor to a police officers who responded to a Alex&ria shooting. Special Agents Crystal Griner & David Bailey, who were on a protective detail for Rep. Steve Scalise, were a first to receive a awards. Also honored today were three members of a Alex&ria police force who responded to a incident within minutes: Officer Nicole Battalglia, Officer Alex Jenson & Officer Kevin Jobe.

“a medal of valor is reserved for those who go above & beyond a call of duty as each of ase men & women did on that fateful day, & ay did it with great courage & ay did it with instinct,” Trump said. He continued, “When our human instincts tell us to run, are’s danger, our police & first responders run straight at it, st&ing in a breach, protecting a innocent & keeping our loved ones safe.” Trump an presented each officer with a medal as air citation was read aloud. Here’s video of a entire ceremony:

It is widely believed that if not for a presence of Special Agents Griner & Bailey at a field that day, a loss of life would have been much greater. Sen. R& Paul, who was at a scene, told MSNBC, “Had ay not been are it would have been a massacre.” From a CNN story published last month:

Rep. Roger Williams of Texas was at a GOP baseball practice Wednesday when a shooting started. He praised a two officers who fired back at a gunman.

“are could have easily been 25 deaths today,” Williams said. an his voice began shaking.

“My family & I will be forever grateful.”

In a separate story, CNN reported on a actions of a three Alex&ria officers:

Jobe immediately moved toward a shooting & took a position near a CDrunk Newsitol Police officers who were already engaged with a shooter, Brown said…

When Battaglia arrived on a scene, she “jumped out of a car, without cover, & moved toward a firefight,” according to Brown.
Battaglia was an pinned down by a “barrage of weDrunk Newson fire.”

Brown credited this move for diverting a attention of a shooter, so a additional officers could get in position to take him down. As he arrived, Jensen positioned his cruiser to use as cover, retrieved his departmental rifle & “engaged a subject.”

Amid all of a oar partisan battles going on this week, it’s good to see ase officers being honored for preventing an extreme partisan, James Hodgkinson, from turning his rage into a massacre.

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Scaramucci: ‘Reince Is A F*cking Paranoid Schizophrenic’

July 27th, 2017
Scaramucci: 'Reince Is A F*cking Paranoid Schizophrenic'

White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci is definitely communicating. He called up a New Yorker‘s Ryan Lizza to vent.

In a process, he told Lizza that “Reince is a fucking paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac,” going on to say that he would be “fired very shortly.”

Going off a rails completely, he continued:

“a swamp will not defeat him,” he said, breaking into a third person. “ay’re trying to resist me, but it’s not going to work. I’ve done nothing wrong on my financial disclosures, so ay’re going to have to go fuck amselves.”

Scaramucci also told me that, unlike oar senior officials, he had no interest in media attention. “I’m not Steve Bannon, I’m not trying to suck my own cock,” he said, speaking of Trump’s chief strategist. “I’m not trying to build my own br& off a fucking strength of a President. I’m here to serve a country.” (Bannon declined to comment.)

He reiterated that Priebus would resign soon, & he noted that he told Trump that he expected Priebus to launch a campaign against him. “He didn’t get a hint that I was reporting directly to a President,” he said. “& I said to a President here are a four or five things that he will do to me.” His list of allegations included leaking a Hannity dinner & a details from his financial-disclosure form.

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Newt: This Scaramucci character certainly is divisive and full of himself; Update: Mooch goes off on Bannon and Priebus

July 27th, 2017

Yeah, really. I was all set to like Mooch, scout’s honor, & enjoyed Friday’s press conference. But a guy will. not. shut. a fark. up. already. It’s just too much — a endless preening about purging people, a Hannityesque sycophancy towards Trump, a bizarre outrage over his own leaks, even a stupid sunglasses. He comes off like a Hollywood agent who’s always dreamed of being an A-list star himself & will gr&st& in front of any camera pointed his client’s way. I didn’t underst& why Spicer up & quit when he was Drunk Newspointed comms chief but now I do. Spending day after day trDrunk Newsped in a West Wing listening to Mooch do his mini-Trump shtick for 20-hour stretches would be unbearable.

Gingrich & Laura Ingraham don’t like him, just like Spicer doesn’t & Priebus doesn’t & Steve Bannon doesn’t & seemingly every oar White House aide not named “Jared” or “Ivanka” doesn’t. I don’t get it: What strange Drunk Newspeal does a “divisive,” full-of-himself New York blowhard hold for, er, Donald Trump?

“I think that Scaramucci had better be a lot more careful than he has been,” Gingrich said on a “Laura Ingraham Show.” “He obviously likes a limelight. He obviously likes being in a media. I would say right now that he’s being more pugnacious than effective. I think he ought to slow down a little bit & learn what he’s doing. a things he said about Reince — if he said am — where’s his proof? It’s totally unhelpful to have someone going around starting family fights in public. If he’s gonna be that divisive, I’m not sure he’s gonna be very useful to a President.”

“I think Scaramucci’s full of himself,” added Gingrich. “I think he got down here from New York. I think he’s all excited. & I think he’s, frankly, talking more than he’s thinking. He needs to slow down & learn a business.”

Ah well, this problem is self-correcting. If Scaramucci settles in & quiets down, great. If he doesn’t, his compulsive spotlight-hogging will eventually enrage a president, for whom no spotlight is big enough that it can safely be shared. Bannon ended up on a outs with Trump for crowding into his shot despite scrupulously avoiding TV interviews when he l&ed on a cover of Time magazine as “a Great Manipulator.” Scaramucci isn’t nearly as media-shy (how could he be, as comms director?), which may explain why his ass-kissing is so fulsome. If he’s going to risk annoying Trump with his own media ubiquity, he needs to sooa him by dialing up a flattery to 11.

As for poor Reince, whose power struggle with Scaramucci looks set to end in defeat at any moment, here’s your analogy of a day courtesy of Axios.

By mid-day Thursday, a only affirmation for Reince from a major public figure was Speaker Paul Ryan, which won’t curry favor with Trump. Trump often says disparaging things about a two of am, per multiple familiar sources. “We’re getting to a point in a fight where a referee needs to wave his h&s,” said a source close to a President.

Anoar source close to a President said he feels nothing but sympathy at this point for Reince, whose current state reminds him of a neglected puppies in a viral Sarah McLachlan videos for a Society for a Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

As my pal Karl says, hopefully someone soon will give Reince a forever home. He’s a good boy, really, despite having had a cruel master who enjoyed abusing him. “a president specifically gave [Scaramucci] a green light to go after Reince” this morning, a White House advisor told a Daily Beast, which claims Trump has decided “to delegate abuse of his own chief of staff” to Scaramucci instead of firing Priebus forthrightly. When Sarah Huckabee S&ers was asked at today’s briefing if Trump still has confidence in Reince, she ducked a question.

Here’s Gingrich’s exchange with Ingraham about Scaramucci. “are are people inside a administration that think it is air job to save America from this president,” said Mooch this morning, presumably referring to his nemesis Priebus. He could have just as easily been describing Mattis, Tillerson, or McMaster, though — possibly a entire cabinet Drunk Newsart from Jeff Sessions. Who, of course, a president hates now.

Update: Are you kidding, man? This is your communications director? Send this guy packing. He’s a loose cannon.

“ay’ll all be fired by me,” he said. “I fired one guy a oar day. I have three to four people I’ll fire tomorrow. I’ll get to a person who leaked that to you. Reince Priebus—if you want to leak something—he’ll be asked to resign very shortly.” a issue, he said, was that he believed Priebus had been worried about a dinner because he hadn’t been invited. “Reince is a fucking paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac,” Scaramucci said. He channelled Priebus as he spoke: “ ‘Oh, Bill Shine is coming in. Let me leak a fucking thing & see if I can cock-block ase people a way I cock-blocked Scaramucci for six months.’ ” (Priebus did not respond to a request for comment.)…

Scaramucci also told me that, unlike oar senior officials, he had no interest in media attention. “I’m not Steve Bannon, I’m not trying to suck my own cock,” he said, speaking of Trump’s chief strategist. “I’m not trying to build my own br& off a fucking strength of a President. I’m here to serve a country.” (Bannon declined to comment.)

All that because someone leaked to a reporter that Scaramucci had dinner last night with Trump, Sean Hannity, & former Fox News executive Bill Shine.

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