Damage Report 2017-02-25

Australian Children’s Author Mem Fox Detained by US Border Control (www.theguardian.com)

Kuwait National Day Celebration at Trump Hotel Raises Conflict of Interest Questions (www.npr.org)

Trump Says Rally of His Voters Would Be ‘biggest of Them All’ Even Though He Lost the Popular Vote (thehill.com)

Betsy DeVos and Republicans Plan to Cut Free and Reduced Lunch Programs (affinitymagazine.us)

Trump Mega-Donor is Also Part Owner of Hate-Spewing Right-Wing Blog Breitbart (www.washingtonpost.com)

The Trump Regime “Has Enlisted Senior Members of the Intelligence Community and Congress in Efforts to Counter News Stories About Trump Associates’ Ties to Russia” (www.washingtonpost.com)

Trump regime’s plans to lift sanctions on Russia started in early 2016 (talkingpointsmemo.com)

GOP Medicaid Reform Plan Is Really About Tax Cuts for the Wealthy (www.apnews.com)

The Attorney Who Defended Nixon Sees ‘echoes of Watergate’ in President Trump’s First Month (www.washingtonpost.com)

Trump Still Has to Fill Nearly 2,000 Vacancies, Many of Which Do Not Require Senate Confirmation (www.cnn.com)

Trump Lies, Claims He Is Responsible for Drop in National Debt (www.cbsnews.com)

Pence Doesn’t Know the Difference Between the Nicaraguan and Israeli Flags (thehill.com)

Scott Pruitt’s EPA “has Delayed Consideration of a Proposal to Require Companies to Prove They Have the Financial Wherewithal to Clean Up Polluted Mining Sites” (www.apnews.com)

Trump Chickens Out, Refuses to Attend the White House Correspondent’s Dinner (www.politico.com)

New EPA Head Scott Pruitt Used a Private Email Server and No One Is Complaining About It (thinkprogress.org)

Leaked Report Says Millions Could Lose Coverage Under GOP Health Proposal (www.vox.com)

Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agents Are Fast Becoming the American Gestapo (mobile.nytimes.com)

At CPAC, EPA Head Pruitt Announces Plans to Deregulate, Complains About Obama’s Focus on Climate Change (thehill.com)

The Trump Regime “is Considering Pulling the United States Out of the United Nations Human Rights Council” (www.politico.com)

Texas Republican Mike Burgess: More Uninsured People Is a Sign of Greater Freedom (m.motherjones.com)

While Trump Dodges Real News Organizations, Hate-Spewing Right-Wing Blog Breitbart Gets Exclusive White House Interview With Him (thehill.com)

Damage Report 2017-02-24

Anti-Muslim Sentiment, Which Has Grown Under Trump, Led to Two Indian Men Being Shot in Kansas (www.washingtonpost.com)

Trump Attacks FBI on Twitter After Explosive CNN Report (thehill.com)

White House Officials Confirm That Chief of Staff Reince Priebus Asked the FBI to Discredit Media Reports (www.apnews.com)

Sean Spicer Once Said That Banning Media Outlets Is Something Only Dictatorships Do; Today He Banned Media Outlets (www.vox.com)

Bloomberg to Skip Annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner (thehill.com)

Leaked ObamaCare Bill Would Defund Planned Parenthood (thehill.com)

DHS Analysis Found No Evidence of Extra Threat Posed by Travel-Ban Nations (thehill.com)

“The Interior Department Informed Coal, Oil and Gas Companies This Week They Do Not Need to Comply With a New Federal Accounting System That Would Have Compelled Them to Pay Millions of Dollars in Additional Royalties.” (www.washingtonpost.com)

Arkansas Lawmaker Proposes Bill That Would Remove Clinton Name From Airport (thehill.com)

Muhammad Ali Jr. L, a U.S. Citizen, Detained by Immigration at Florida Airport for Being a Muslim (www.courier-journal.com)

Donald Trump Rejects Intelligence Report on Travel Ban (www.wsj.com)

Agency Plans to Award Mexico Border Wall Contracts by April (www.apnewsarchive.com)

Damage Report 2017-02-23

The White House tried to directly interfere with the ongoing investigation by asking the FBI to speak out against stories connecting Trump to Russia (cnn.com)

“Trump has assigned the Department of Homeland Security, working with the Justice Department, to help build the legal case” for the Muslim ban, which has alarmed the intelligence community (cnn.com)

Trump admin rescinds plan to reduce private prison use; jailing illegal immigrants is now a growth industry (thehill.com)

White supremacist and senior White House strategist Steve Bannon admits that the Trump regime’s goal is to tear down the American system of government (washingtonpost.com)

Bannon calls the media “the opposition party” (thehill.com)

Bannon’s promotion and the subsequent demotion of the Director of National Intelligence and the Joint Chiefs of Staff was due to a copy and paste error (nytimes.com and twitter.com)

Bannon is responsible for putting birther Jerry Falwell Jr. in charge of a task force on higher education (washingtonpost.com)

Trump is planning to expand U.S. nuclear arsenal (reuters.com)

Sean Spicer: The U.S. will not “yield its supremacy” in nuclear capabilitie (politico.com)

Spicer lies, says there are up to 15 million illegal immigrants in the U.S (washingtonpost.com)

Spicer insulted the press pool at today’s White House press conference (twitter.com)

Trump calls deportation push a ‘military operation’ (thehill.com)

US Homeland Security Secretary Kelly contradicts Trump, vows ‘no mass deportations,’ no use of US military in immigration enforcement (ap.org)

Trump Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch believes businesses should be able to fire trans people due to “safety concerns” about bathrooms (bustle.com)

Citing zero evidence, Pence says “liberal activists” are responsible for large crowds at Republican town halls (thehill.com)

CPAC organizer lies, says alt-right is a “left-wing fascist group” (washingtonpost.com)

Chicago public schools say they will keep ICE agents out unless they have a warrant (cnn.com)

Arizona Senate votes to seize assets of those who plan, participate in protests that turn violent even if they did nothing illegal (azcapitoltimes.com)

Muslim White House employee quits after 8 days citing Trump’s Muslim ban (theatlantic.com)

Republican lawmakers ‘go negative’ more often than Democrats, according to a first-of-its-kind analysis (washingtonpost.com)

Trump picks a founding member of Mar-a-Lago to be ambassador to the Dominican Republic, which is a conflict of interest (rollingstone.com)

This Trump-Backing Sheriff Wants to Prosecute the Mayors of Sanctuary Cities (motherjones.com)

The NRA Appoints Itself Leader of the Trump ‘Counter Resistance’ (thetrace.org)

Trump’s Media Accountability survey doesn’t actually record the results, is simply a funnel for donations (medium.com)

“Repealing Obamacare would give 400 of America’s richest families a tax cut worth approx. $7 million each” (twitter.com and cbpp.org)

Top general: No change in Iran’s behavior since Trump put country ‘on notice’ (thehill.com)

A majority of Americans are embarrassed by Trump (washingtonpost.com)

Trump is headed back to Florida this weekend (thehill.com)

Conservative activists refuse to believe Trump is spending more on travel than Obama (vox.com)

Kellyanne Conway doesn’t know what feminism is, thinks it’s “anti-male” (washingtonpost.com)

Damage Report 2017-02-22

Trump regime revokes “Obama-era guidance protecting trans students in federally funded public schools” (vox.com)

Released emails reveal that Scott Pruitt, the new head of the EPA, worked to help the fossil fuel industry while he was attorney general of Oklahoma (apnews.com)

Republicans are planning to kill a measure that would force a release of info on Trump’s ties to Russia (thehill.com)

Without evidence, Trump blames rowdy town halls on “liberal activists” (politico.com)

Sean Spicer lies again, claims “professional protestors” are appearing at town halls (thehill.com)

Sean Spicer said the Affordable Care Act has decreased access to health care, which is a lie (cnbc.com and twitter.com)

Support for the Affordable Care Act continues to rise just as Congress prepares to kill it (politico.com)

The Trump regime is planning to eliminate free birth control for women (thehill.com)

Iowa Republicans are close to cutting Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood (time.com)

Mexico’s foreign minister says the country ‘will not accept’ Trump’s aggressive new immigration guidance (politico.com)

ICE detainee with brain tumor removed from hospital, sent to detention center (thehill.com)

Trump’s new deportation rules will cost taxpayers $5 trillion over 10 years (bloomberg.com)

White supremacist and Trump aide Stephen Miller displays white power hand sign in photo taken at the White House (dailykos.com)

White House chief digital officer fired after failing F.B.I. background check (politico.com)

Instead of investigating Trump’s ties to Russia, Republican Jason Chaffetz is investigating a tweet made by the Bryce Canyon National Park last December (thehill.com)

Pence is pushing ahead with an investigation into voter fraud even though it’s been repeatedly debunked (thehill.com)

White House petition to force Trump to release his tax returns breaks 1 million signatures (whitehouse.gov)

Hedge fund giant warns Trump may be a risk to democracy and markets (cnbc.com)

The travel press is reporting the ‘Trump Slump,’ a devastating drop in tourism to the United States (frommers.com)

66% of Americans are worried that the U.S. will be involved in a major war in the next four years (nbcnews.com)

Quinnipiac poll: Trump approval hits new low (thehill.com)

Trump’s campaign handlers kept him from posting angry tweets by showing him only positive news reports (politico.com)

Damage Report 2017-02-21

The Trump regime’s new immigration rules are the groundwork for mass deportations (vox.com)

Chuck Schumer issues statement: “It is clear that the White House is setting in motion their mass deportation plan” (twitter.com)

Mexican officials riled by Trump’s new deportation memos (politico.com)

Trump asks 9th Circuit court to deny unaccompanied minors a hearing before they’re deported (politico.com)

Paul Ryan visits the Mexican border to start building support for Trump’s wall (politico.com)

A spending bill that “could get embroiled in the politics of building Trump’s wall” may lead to a government shutdown (apnews.com)

Department of Homeland Security officially spreading lies about immigrant crime (thinkprogress.org)

Trump has lied to the American people for 33 straight days (washingtonpost.com)

Russian officials say Trump lies, that his campaign did have contact with Russia (nytimes.com)

“The Trump administration is considering changing the way it calculates U.S. trade deficits, a shift that would make the country’s trade gap appear larger than it had in past years” (wsj.com)

Without evidence, Republican Rick Santorum blames Muslims for recent rise in anti-Semitism (cnn.com)

Anne Frank Center calls Trump’s weak denunciation of recent anti-Semitic threats “a Band-Aid on the cancer of anti-Semitism that has infected his own administration” (cnn.com)

Sean Spicer snaps at Anne Frank Center: Trump condemns hate and ‘it’s never good enough’ for them (rawstory.com)

Trump regime considering recess appointments to bypass confirmation process for administration positions (politico.com)

Trump energizes the anti-vaccine movement in Texas (washingtonpost.com)

Trump believes transgender student protections are a ‘states’ rights issue’–federal anti-discrimination directive likely to be rescinded allowing states to freely discriminate against trans people (politico.com)

Republican leaders in Texas won’t commit to more resources for sex-trafficking victims (texastribune.org)

Before Pence went to Europe to affirm the US’s commitment to the EU, white supremacist and White House chief strategist Steve Bannon told Germany’s ambassador that the EU is a “flawed concept” (reuters.com)

Trump’s lawyer has told 4 different stories about the Russia-Ukraine ‘peace plan’ debacle (businessinsider.com)

Scott Pruitt goes after critics, EPA in his first speech to the agency (huffingtonpost.com)

Trump’s hiring freeze is hurting military families by shutting down childcare programs (twitter.com)

Vladimir Putin’s popularity is soaring among Republicans (washingtonpost.com)

Chaos in the White House: ‘There’s never been anything like this’ (theguardian.com)

Trump toured the National Museum of African American History and Culture and used it as another opportunity to brag about his election victory (washingtonpost.com)

Damage Report 2017-02-20

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis had to reassure the Iraqi people that, contrary to what Trump says, the U.S. is not intending to steal their oil (apnews.com)

Alex Jones, the conspiracy theorist who believes Pizzagate was real and the Sandy Hook school shooting was fake, “is apparently taking on a new role as occasional information source and validator for the president” (nytimes.com)

The Conservative Political Action Conference un-invited a speaker after he defended pedophilia; Trump is expected to speak at the conference even though he’s admitted to sexual assault (politico.com)

Russia compiles psychological dossier on Trump for Putin (nbcnews.com)

People in the UK really don’t want “racist and sexist” Trump to be allowed to come to Britain for a state visit (theguardian.com)

Yep, the U.S. gave a ‘Make Somalia Great Again’ hat to the country’s president (mashable.com)

Swedish police featured in Fox News segment: Filmmaker is a madman (dn.se)

Trump tweets further criticism of Sweden for absolutely no reason whatsoever (bostonglobe.com)

“Sarah Sanders, a Trump spokeswoman, responded to questions about selling access Sunday by saying that Trump’s visits to Mar-a-Lago make him accessible to “regular Americans,” even though the membership fee is roughly four times the median family income, per the US Census Bureau.” (cnn.com)

CIA agent resigns because he “cannot in good faith serve this administration as an intelligence professional” (washingtonpost.com)

Republican Senator Mark Chelgren aims to purge democrats from Iowa universities (iowastartingline.com)

UPenn paper exposes Trump’s lies about graduating at top of his class (theroot.com)

“Russian demanding that Trump ‘fulfill pre-election promises’ on Crimea” (twitter.com)

Virginia House finalizes bill to legalize anti-LGBT discrimination by taxpayer-funded agencies (joemygod.com)

Trump’s first budget would end program to help low-income Americans get lawyers (thinkprogress.org)

Trump’s former aide concedes there was no voter fraud in New Hampshire (huffingtonpost.com)

Republicans are planning to roll back Obama’s fair housing legacy (vox.com)

Trump has over 6 million fake followers on Twitter (twitteraudit.com)

Damage Report 2017-02-19

Trump is helping to undermine the government of Ukraine (nytimes.com)

Sweden has no idea what Trump meant when he said, ‘You look at what’s happening … in Sweden’ (washingtonpost.com)

Sweden contacts State Department to ask what the hell Trump was talking about at his rally on Saturday (apnews.com)

Carl Bernstein: Trump’s attacks on the press ‘more treacherous’ than Nixon’s (cnn.com)

Trump family trips cost taxpayers $11.3m in one month – almost as much as Obama’s cost in a year (independent.co.uk)

DHS chief signs sweeping new deportation guidelines “to hire thousands of new enforcement agents, widen the classification of immigrants who should be prioritized for removal, speed up deportation hearings and use local law enforcement to make arrests” (thehill.com)

Trump’s lawyer hand-delivered Michael Flynn a secret plan to lift sanctions on Russia (businessinsider.com)

Stephen Miller, who has zero experience as a lawyer and no law degree, called Brooklyn U.S. Attorney at home and told him how to defend travel ban in court (nydailynews.com)

Betsy DeVos, a billionaire who “has no professional experience in public education,” criticized teachers at D.C. school she visited — and they are not having it (washingtonpost.com)

Republican Jason Chaffetz on co-sponsoring bill: ‘We simply don’t need the Department of Education’ (ksl.com)

Scott Pruitt plans to get rid of EPA rules that he once tried to have removed via lawsuits as attorney general of Oklahoma (wsj.com)

Republicans in the House sanctioned killing hibernating bears, wolf pups in their dens on federal refuges in Alaska (humanesociety.org)

Utah Republican argues against equal pay for women: It’s ‘bad for families’ and society (washingtonpost.com)

Republican congressman says constituents asking for a town hall are ‘enemies’ of democracy (thinkprogress.org)

Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warns Trump’s National Security Council is ‘dysfunctional’ (politico.com)

Defense Secretary Mattis becomes the latest high-ranking government official to publicly disagree with Trump (washingtonpost.com)

The U.S. is sending an aircraft carrier to the South China Sea, ignoring warnings from China (thedailybeast.com)

London mayor cites ‘cruel’ Trump policies on immigration, says president should be denied state visit (apnews.com)

The Trump regime may prosecute parents who immigrate with young children (buzzfeed.com)

“The Senate Intelligence Committee is asking more than a dozen agencies, organizations and individuals to preserve communications related to the panel’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election” (cnn.com)

Trump is asking for donations specifically to fight the media (twitter.com)

The 2020 presidential campaign has begun (nytimes.com)

Damage Report 2017-02-18

U.S. inquiries into Russian election hacking include three FBI probes (reuters.com)

Trump holds 2020 campaign rally to continue fight with the media (apnews.com)

At rally, Trump claims “there was no way to vet those [immigrants], there was no documentation, there was no nothing,” which is a lie (nytimes.com)

White House chief of staff says take Trump seriously when he calls press “the enemy” (cbsnews.com)

Priebus: ‘Nothing wrong’ with Flynn talking about sanctions with Russian ambassador (politico.com)

David Petraeus has also turned down the National Security Adviser job (twitter.com)

Petraeus turned down the job because he wouldn’t be able to pick his own staff (wsj.com)

Betsy DeVos’s brother, the founder of Blackwater, is setting up a private army for China (buzzfeed.com)

Memos signed by DHS secretary describe sweeping new guidelines for deporting illegal immigrants (washingtonpost.com)

In leaked audio, Trump invites Bedminster, New Jersey golf club guests to join him as he interviews cabinet staff (politico.com)

“The managing director of Mar-a-Lago bluntly calls the presidency a value-add for new members.” (twitter.com and nytimes.com)

ICE arrested & imprisoned a 23-Year-Old DREAMer and DACA recipient living legally in the U.S. (democracynow.org)

Michael Flynn was paid $40k to appear at Russia Today dinner in 2015 (newyorker.com)

Trump says he inherited a mess–here are the numbers he actually inherited (npr.org)

Russia is starting to turn its back on Trump (rawstory.com)

Trump’s sons heading to Dubai as business interests continue to expand overseas–American taxpayers footed the Secret Service costs (npr.org)

“It would be a ‘non-military declaration of war’ should Trump continue to advocate against the EU” (twitter.com)

Trump yells at CIA director over reports intel officials are keeping info from him (cbsnews.com)

White House dismisses NSC aide after harsh criticism of Trump (politico.com)

“The FT investigated Donald Trump’s ties to Russia and found a mix of bling, business and bluster spanning 30 years” (ft.com)

Trump has yet to nominate people for 662 positions in the executive branch (washingtonpost.com)

McCain: Trump’s attacks on press are ‘how dictators get started’ (politico.com)

Pence reassures Europe, says the exact opposite of what Trump has said over the last four weeks (politico.com)

China violated its own law to grant Trump a trademark (thinkprogress.org)

“Trump may prohibit @EPA from considering public health co-benefits of regulations—that limiting CO2 also reduces other dangerous pollutants” (twitter.com and motherjones.com)

“The leader of the “Blacks for Trump” group seated directly behind @POTUS used to be part of a murder cult.” (twitter.com and nymag.com)

Coincidentally, as Reuters report was released, a bunch of accts simultaneously posted stories falsely claiming Trump was cleared by FBI.” (twitter.com)

“The reporter who asked the softball Melania question at Trump’s press conference was 19. His TV network was made up.” (twitter.com and nytimes.com)

Ted Nugent considers running against Kid Rock to be Michigan’s next GOP senator (consequenceofsound.net)

Damage Report 2017-02-17

Trump calls media the “enemy of the American people” (talkingpointsmemo.com)

Trump weighs mobilizing national guard for immigration roundups (bloomberg.com)

Trump regime says draft order to use national guard for immigration roundups doesn’t exist–here’s a copy (documentcloud.org)

Here’s another copy (vox-cdn.com)

“Nine asylum-seekers, including four children, barely made it across the Canadian border on Friday as a U.S. border patrol officer tried to stop them”

Senate confirms climate-change denier Scott Pruitt to lead EPA, an agency he sued multiple times as Oklahoma attorney general (washingtonpost.com)

800 EPA employees signed a letter opposing Scott Pruitt’s confirmation (twitter.com)

“Anxiety” abounds at EPA as Senate confirms Pruitt (politico.com)

Federal Highway Administration changes mentions of “climate change” to “resilience” in transportation program (washingtonpost.com)

“The Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee, who has refused Democratic requests to investigate possible conflicts of interest involving President Donald Trump, is seeking criminal charges against a former State Department employee who helped set up Hillary Clinton’s private email server.” (washingtonpost.com)

Trump transition ordered government economists to cook up rosy growth forecasts (vox.com)

Trump headed to Mar-a-Lago for third straight weekend, obliterating campaign promise (thinkprogress.org)

Trump family’s elaborate lifestyle is a “logistical nightmare” — at taxpayer expense (washingtonpost.com)

Trump says “hire American” while his properties continue to hire foreign workers (twitter.com)

The GOP’s latest plan gives the wealthy extra help to buy insurance (vox.com)

Trump launches a horribly biased survey about the media’s role in portraying the failure of his regime (npr.org)

Betsy DeVos is now being guarded by U.S. Marshals because she’s afraid of protestors (washingtonpost.com)

Trump trademark in China may violate Constitution (politico.com)

“The Trump administration is moving to expand social media checks to cover Chinese citizens traveling to the U.S.” (politico.com)

Tillerson presides over abrupt shakeup at State Department (cnn.com)

Trump’s claim that Hillary Clinton gave Russia “20 percent of our uranium” was a lie (vox.com)

Trump’s budget would kill PBS, the National Endowments for the Arts, more (nytimes.com)

HUD official fired for criticizing Trump (cnn.com)

Trump’s approval rating just hit a new low – 39% (washingtonpost.com)

David Duke swoons over Trump presser: “We understand. We realize.” (shareblue.com)

Republican senator in Oregon put together a bill requiring universities to expel students convicted of rioting (oregonlive.com)

Out of spite, Trump regime kills California’s Caltrain electrification project (sfchronicle.com)

Trump is the oldest person American president, and his family has a history of dementia (npr.org)

Trump regime is “paying people to attend their Tampa rally this weekend” (twitter.com)

Damage Report 2017-02-16

Trump’s press conference was an unmitigated disaster (vox.com)

Trump shows his white supremacist streak by pathetically bullying Black and Jewish reporters (shareblue.com)

Trump said he’s not racist; this is a lie (vox.com)

Trump said he wants a meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus. The caucus tried weeks ago.

Trump was asked repeatedly if his campaign was in contact with Russia. He wouldn’t answer. (thinkprogress.org)

Trump’s attacks on the media worse than Nixon’s (apnews.com)

Harward turns down Trump’s national security adviser offer, showed concerns about Bannon making national security decisions (politico.com)

Scott Pruitt, who has sued the EPA numerous times, moves closer to approval as head of the EPA (apnews.com)

Judge orders Scott Puritt to release emails by Tuesday (politico.com)

The EPA’s social-media accounts have been silent since the inauguration (washingtonpost.com)

Flynn lied to the FBI about his contact with Russian ambassador, which is a felony (washingtonpost.com)

Pentagon finds no records of Flynn’s 2015 Russia trip (politico.com)

Donald Trump’s explanation for why he fired Michael Flynn makes no sense (vox.com)

The House just voted to make it easier for states to defund Planned Parenthood (vox.com)

Republican Health proposal would redirect money from poor to rich (nytimes.com)

Republican Health care proposal would cover fewer low-income families (npr.org)

China gives Trump a valuable trademark after he agrees to honor the One China policy (npr.org)

“More than 200 Republicans in Congress are skipping February town halls with constituents” (vice.com)

ICE agents arrest domestic violence victim as she left the courtroom seeking a protective order from the man who turned her in (elpasotimes.com)

Immigration raids continue to round up people without criminal records (washingtonpost.com)

House Democrats say they were kicked out of meeting with ICE official (politico.com)

Classified memo tells intelligence analysts to keep Trump’s daily brief short and go easy on the nuance (motherjones.com)

Confirmation hearings to be held for Gorsuch; still no confirmation hearings for Obama’s Supreme Court nominee (politico.com)

Kremlin tells media to cut back on fawning Trump coverage, sources say (bloomberg.com)

Trump is losing executive branch nominees faster than he’s designating new ones (vox.com)

Trump’s F-35 calls came with a surprise: rival CEO was listening (bloomberg.com)

Rex Tillerson has been largely absent as Secretary of State (nytimes.com)

Ditching NAFTA could hurt america’s farmers more than Mexico’s (npr.org)

White House dismisses 6, including Trump’s director of scheduling, over failed background checks (politico.com)

Trump’s new labor nominee oversaw politicized hiring at justice department (motherjones.com)

Most of the White House’s Asian American advisory commission has resigned in protest of Trump (fusion.net)

Texas senator shatters table trying to silence woman testifying against anti-abortion bill (sacurrent.com)

“Aide stops Pres Trump from leaving bill-signing ceremony because he hadn’t yet signed the regulation repeal measure.” (twitter.com)

“Forty-three percent of voters are ready to vote for a nameless Democrat in 2020” (politico.com)

Kid Rock reportedly mentioned as potential GOP senate candidate (complex.com)