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Friday, November 8, 2019
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'Coup Has Started,' Whistleblower's Attorney Said in 2017 -Fox News “Mark Zaid, one of the attorneys representing the intelligence community whistleblower at the center of the Democrats' ongoing impeachment inquiry, tweeted conspicuously in January 2017 that a ‘coup has started’ and that ‘impeachment will follow ultimately,’” Gregg Re reports. “We will get rid of him,” Zaid wrote in July 2017.
Real Talk: Impeachment Is Going Poorly For Democrats and The Media -The Federalist “Inside of newsrooms, broadcast studios, and Twitter, impeachment is going according to plan,” Mollie Hemingway writes. “Outside of those bubbles, it's not . . . It’s been conducted in secret, with heavy control from Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the man who falsely claimed for years he had evidence of Trump’s treasonous collusion with Russia.”
Trump Economy is Really Experiencing a Middle-Class Boom -- This Data Doesn't Lie -Fox Business The $5,003 rise in middle-class incomes under President Trump is impressive—especially given that incomes rose only $1,200 under former President Obama in the seven years after the recession ended, Stephen Moore writes. “The majority of middle-income households have benefited financially from the Trump economic boom.”
Trump Welcomes Washington Nationals to White House -The Wall Street Journal “President Trump welcomed the Washington Nationals to the White House, celebrating the hometown team’s World Series win as ‘a comeback story for the ages,’” Catherine Lucey reports. The “ceremony on Monday featured cheering fans stretched across the grass and a military band that played the team’s unofficial anthem, ‘Baby Shark.’”
Ivanka Trump Meets with Female Landowners on Morocco Trip -The Associated Press “Visiting Morocco for the first time, Ivanka Trump received a warm welcome Thursday from housewives, widows and other women who are benefiting from new laws that allow them to own land,” Darlene Superville reports. “When you invest in women, they invest back into their families and communities and countries flourish,” Ms. Trump said.