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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Friday, May 12, 2017.
It’s come to this: The White House says President Donald Trump is sending a certified letter to Sen. Lindsey Graham attesting that the president has no connections to Russia.
Senator Mike Lee has a brilliant suggestion for President Trump.
Instead of a special prosecutor, @realDonaldTrump should nominate Merrick Garland to replace James Comey.
— Mike Lee (@SenMikeLee) May 11, 2017
The media now agrees with Hillary Clinton – Trump voters really are deplorable.
Get ready Georgia, Obama-era hack Sally Yates is presumed to be considering a run for Georgia’s Governor’s Mansion. Here’s the thing, there is no indication from her yet about her future plans but Yates also comes with a ton of baggage and would be facing a strong opponent in whoever emerges from the GOP primary. Georgia has a very deep Republican bench and the candidate who wins will be ready to run.
The Kushner family has abandoned their plans to make a big purchase in New Jersey after their connections to China brought an uncomfortable spotlight to their business.
A company owned by the family of Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, has abandoned plans to buy a sprawling industrial site in New Jersey from Honeywell International Inc., a major federal contractor, and develop it into a residential community.
While Press Secretary Sean Spicer is away, the Trump administration continues to hold auditions for his job.
The New York Times finds it odd that so many on the right seem upset at the left’s reaction to the Comey firing.
Can the President successfully remodel the Republican Party?
What direction will the FBI’s investigation into Russia go now that Comey has been fired?
Trump’s quiet victories.