Friday on the NewsHour, a report by BuzzFeed alleges that President Trump personally directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about a business project in Moscow. Plus: The president announces a second summit with North Korea to discuss denuclearization, how the shutdown is affecting people in D.C., David Brooks and Ruth Marcus on the week in politics, hockey and race and an unusual ice formation.
Being lazy and picking up some take out for dinner.
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Ugh… The clerk at the counter coughed directly into her hand immediately before taking out a bag and serving me a pastry (fortunately at least using tongs). I’m sure this was after helping the prior customer at the cash register, handling their payment, and not bothering to wash her hands at any point. What a public health nightmare! Some inexpensive disposable rubber gloves could be a welcome addition for people serving and running the register.
The final kicker was that the apples in the pastry were severely overcooked and had almonds hidden inside instead of obviously decorating the top.
Pastry at this level and price needs to pay way more attention to the details.
Not sure I can revisit again, which is sad because its an otherwise nice local pastry shop.
“Such an instruction would amount to obstruction of justice,” one Democrat said.
BuzzFeed is definitely milking this story with the primary version and this mini-follow up.
Trump received 10 personal updates from Michael Cohen and encouraged a planned meeting with Vladimir Putin. Update: The office of the special counsel is disputing BuzzFeed News’ report.
If true, this is a major bombshell and a painfully impeachable offense. As I read it though, I wonder if it will make a dent in the devolving atmosphere of the government.
Directed by Eric Stoltz. With Téa Leoni, Tim Daly, Keith Carradine, Patina Miller. Elizabeth must salvage a deal with a military contractor by supplying fighter jets to Taiwan, but she risks triggering a war with China in the process. Also, Daisy gets frustrated with Matt for failing to help take care of her dog like he promised.
This is certainly an interesting philosophical question at the heart of this episode: how far can defense contractors go to bend the policies of the US Government.
Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump cancels an overseas trip planned by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as the shutdown hits day 27. Also: The president’s plan to boost missile defense, how the shutdown is affecting food stamps, making sense of the "curse of bigness" when giant companies dominate, new details about family separations at the border, a historic trip across Antarctica and more.
President Donald Trump was startled Tuesday as he watched television coverage of his nominee for attorney general describing a warm relationship with the special counsel Robert Mueller in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee, according to three people familiar with the matter.
Marci Whitaker, wife of the acting attorney general, says the Mueller investigation is “wrapping up.”
This is just bizarre. I wonder if she discussed this with her husband before sending? (Not that she needs to, but it just seems so odd that something like this could cause them more trouble than not.)
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Some of these reasons are very pragmatic for everyone, but he’s also got some business specific ones that touch on things many small businesses would want control over as well. He additionally points out some very subtle changes in media for people who are reaching out to niche audiences. Some of this is reminiscent to things Leo Laporte has spoken about in the past with respect to leaving television and cable to start a podcast network, except in that case there really wasn’t a huge amount of competing media, so instead of moving to silos (which didn’t exist at the time for his use case) he went straight to using his own platform.