January 31, 2020
Daily DC Insider
Breaking: Trump Acquittal Imminent
Senator Lamar Alexander announced late Thursday night that he no longer supports calling witnesses in Trump’s Senate impeachment trial.
The announcement means an end to a razor’s edge standoff between Democrats and Republicans. The trial may end as soon as this evening.
“If this shallow, hurried and wholly partisan impeachment were to succeed, it would rip the country apart, pouring gasoline on the fire of cultural divisions that already exist,” Alexander said.
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White House: US Drug Deaths Drop For First Time In Almost 30 Years
Kellyanne Conway, White House Counselor to President Trump, announced that drug-related deaths in the US had dropped nearly 5% in 2018 – a first in 29 years.
“This has not happened through coincidence. It’s happened through causation,” Conway told reporters.
Conway pointed to the SUPPORT Act, signed by Trump in 2018, for helping begin the downward trend in drug overdose deaths.
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Sanders Plans “Dozens” Of Executive Orders If Elected
In an interesting bit of liberal hypocrisy, the Sanders campaign has announced dozens of executive orders that the presidential hopeful would enact if elected.
Sanders has been gaining ground in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, making his proposal concerning.
While liberals constantly bemoan the alleged executive overreach of the Trump administration and the unwillingness of the White House to work with Congress, they prepare lists of executive orders before they’re even elected.
Nebraska Teacher’s Shoes Stolen, Students Buy New Ones
Two weeks ago, Logan Fontenelle Middle School teacher Trey Payne’s basketball shoes were stolen from his classroom, according to a Facebook post from Bellevue Public Schools.
On Tuesday, a group of Payne’s students made sure he didn’t miss those shoes too much when they pitched in money to replace the stolen Nike basketball shoes.
The students were upset about what had happened and wanted to help Payne.
“It’s more than a pair of shoes, it’s about doing things to build everyone up around you,” Payne shared with the district.
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