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White House: "Trump Has No Intention" To Fire Mueller

“While the president has the right to, he has no intention to do so,” White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders (who earlier today was rumored would soon be replacing Sean Spicer) told reporters flying with Trump back to Washington from a day trip to Wisconsin.

Pat Buchanan Asks "Are We Nearing Civil War?"

"President Trump may be chief of state, head of government and commander in chief, but his administration is shot through with disloyalists plotting to bring him down... We are approaching something of a civil war where the capital city seeks the overthrow of the sovereign and its own restoration."

No Surprise Here – 'Reality Winner' Has Not Become The Next Edward Snowden

"...while it is easy enough to chalk the whole Reality Winner episode up to typical government incompetence, perhaps we should be asking a different question; was something far more sinister at play here, with the deep state working behind the scenes towards undermining the current administration?"

Deputy AG Rosenstein: Trump Can't Fire Special Counsel Mueller

Following media speculation that Trump was preparing to fire Robert  Mueller, the special counsel investigating Russian election interference, on Tuesday morning Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein said he has not "seen good cause" to fire Mueller. Rosenstein and clarified that he has the authority to hire and fire Mueller, and not AG Jeff Sessions.

What Trump Told Yellen In The Oval Office (Next To Gary Cohn)

Weeks after his inauguration, President Trump held court with Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen in the Oval Office. Seated behind the office’s Resolute desk, he told her she was doing a good job, the WSJ reports, and adds that  "the president told Ms. Yellen he considered her, like himself, a “low-interest-rate” person."

17 AGs File Supreme Court Brief Opposing Trump Immigration Ban

Shortly after the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against Trump's "revised" travel ban in a largely moot decision as the White House already had appealed to the Supreme Court, moments ago 17 Attorneys General led by NY AG Eric Schneiderman, announced they are filing an amicus brief with the Supreme Court in opposition to Trump's "Muslim Ban." The AGs also argue that "this is not the right time for the Supreme Court to hear this case", an attempt to squash Trump's appeal before it is even heard.