NYT > U.S. > Politics: Trump Invites Business Leaders (Including Robert Kraft) to Meet With Qatari Emir

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President Trump on Monday at the Treasury Department seated next to Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund, who was seated next to Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots.

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: Another Comey making prosecutorial calls on Clintons? Bad idea! – Boston Herald

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Another Comey making prosecutorial calls on Clintons? Bad idea! – Boston Herald
Mark Meadows: Comey basically ‘went through red stoplights’ trying to ‘get’ Trump – Fox News
Alerta de Google: fbi counterintelligence: Shocking: Immigrant Army Recruits Are Being Abruptly Discharged Without Explanation
Alerta de Google: fbi counterintelligence: William Barr Says He’s Recused From Epstein Case Over Legal Conflict
“fbi” – Google News: Loudon Co. Chief Deputy selected for FBI academy – WVLT.TV

Another Comey making prosecutorial calls on Clintons? Bad idea! – Boston Herald

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Since Hillary Clinton has a penchant for deleting things — those 33,000 emails come to mind — she may want to zap this missive pronto. In June she tweeted, “I don’t know who needs to hear this, but the president is not above the law.” Of course she was referring to President Trump, her arch enemy.
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Mark Meadows: Comey basically ‘went through red stoplights’ trying to ‘get’ Trump – Fox News

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Mark Meadows on Comey trying to indict Trump Former FBI Director James Comey tried very hard to get President Trump indicted in relation to the Russia investigation, according to Rep.
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Alerta de Google: fbi counterintelligence: Shocking: Immigrant Army Recruits Are Being Abruptly Discharged Without Explanation

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Take a look at the face of bigotry and how it destroys lives. The Associated Press reports that at least 40 immigrant recruits and Army reservists who enlisted with a promised path to citizenship have been abruptly discharged, without explanation, with an “uncharacterized discharge” neither honorable nor dishonorable.
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Alerta de Google: fbi counterintelligence: William Barr Says He’s Recused From Epstein Case Over Legal Conflict

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Attorney General William Barr on Monday announced his recusal from the high-profile Jeffrey Epstein case because his former law firm once represented the convicted sex offender. “I am recused from that matter because one of the law firms that represented Epstein long ago was a firm I subsequently joined for a period of time,” Barr told reporters in South Carolina.
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“fbi” – Google News: Loudon Co. Chief Deputy selected for FBI academy – WVLT.TV

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LOUDON COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) — A local law enforcement officer has been chosen to attend the National FBI Academy. The Loudon County Sheriff’s Office said Chief Deputy Jimmy Davis has been one of a select few to attend the academy in Quantico, Virginia.
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NYT > Top Stories: Stressing War’s Toll, Taliban and Afghan Representatives Agree to Peace Road Map

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In two days of often emotional discussions that for first time included the Afghan government, Taliban and Afghan officials called for ending civilian deaths and assuring women’s fundamental rights.

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