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Donald Trump Attacks Sally Yates Ahead Of Her Senate Testimony On Russia
Trump fired Yates in January, after she refused to enforce his ban on travel and immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries.

Marina Fang at HuffPost:

President Donald Trump attempted to undermine former acting Attorney General Sally Yates by attacking her in a Monday morning tweet ahead of her Senate testimony on Russian hacking in the 2016 election and the extent of the Trump campaign’s ties to Russian officials.

Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Counsel.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)

May 8, 2017

Yates is scheduled to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Monday afternoon, after Trump administration officials tried to stop Yates from testifying at a House Intelligence Committee hearing in March. She reportedly sounded the alarm about former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s communications with Russian officials before he was forced to resign in February.

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), chairman of the House committee, abruptly canceled the March hearing, after the Justice Department unsuccessfully sought to block Yates from testifying, according to letters obtained by The Washington Post. Nunes later stepped down from the investigation after he was called out for questionably handling classified information and appearing to collude with the Trump administration.

Trump fired Yates in January, after she refused to enforce his ban on travel and immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries, which was quickly halted by multiple courts.

In another tweet Monday morning, Trump blamed former President Barack Obama for Flynn’s downfall because Flynn’s security clearance was approved under the Obama administration, an argument that White House press secretary Sean Spicer also used last month in attempting to explain Trump’s poor vetting of Flynn.

Sally Yates is the REAL patriot in this country. #SallyYatesIsAPatriot 


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Warnings: Language, Bullying

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You sit on top of your desk in Homeroom, your feet propped in the chair as you talk with Cassy, the captain of the basketball team. She was trying to convince you to get back on the team before try outs were completely over.

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Certa vez ocorreu a Sean que talvez eles na verdade tivessem entrado no carro. Os três. E aquilo que agora eles pensavam ser a sua vida, não passava de um sonho. Que todos os três, na verdade, ainda eram meninos de onze anos presos em algum porão, imaginando o que teriam se tornado se tivessem escapado e crescido.
—  Sobre meninos e lobos (Mystic River) - Dennis Lehane
But as he followed Jimmy’s gaze and picked out the cars that he knew held keys, Sean felt a dull ache grow behind his eyes, and in the hard sunlight bouncing off the trunks and hoods, he could feel the weight of the streets, its homes, the entire Point and its expectations for him. He was not a kid who stole cars. He was a kid who’d go to college someday, make something of himself that was bigger and better than a foreman or a truck loader. That was the plan, and Sean believed that plans worked out if you were careful, if you were cautious. It was like sitting through a movie, no matter how boring or confusing, until the end. Because at the end, sometimes things were explained or the ending itself was cool enough that you felt like sitting through all the boring stuff had been worth it.
—  Sean Devine - Mystic River (Dennis Lehane: 2001)