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White House: Scaramucci “does not have a role, at this time, in the Trump administration” https://t.co/6eWxsRMct3 https://t.co/OpvFqCY2pB — CNN (@CNN) July 31, 2017

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As perpetuity-like as the preceding six months have shown, the calendar viciously tells us that we’re only 12.5 percent of the way into our profound political torture. A few encouraging statues did arise from the ashes of this otherwise worthless week, though, giving support that pushback may be growing not just from the encampment that calls itself “the resistance” but from the rock-ribbed foundations that have thus far worked as the president’s strongest associates. Last week, in two horrifying conversations and one offensive tweet, President Trump crossed eloquent lines so unreasonable that they triggered criticisms and explanations from historically apolitical…

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President Trump on Saturday warned to end significant payments to support businesses made under ObamaCare if a repeal-and-replace bill is not established. “After seven years of ‘talking’ Repeal & Replace, the people of our great country are still being forced to live with imploding ObamaCare!” the Trump wrote in a tweet. “If a new HealthCare Bill is not approved quickly, BAILOUTS for Insurance Companies and BAILOUTS for Members of Congress will end very soon!” he replied. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) hurled back Saturday, telling the President should “stop playing politics with people’s lives and health care, start leading, and finally begin acting…

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Donald Trump has prepared some delicate & confused actions during his administration, and this may be his incredibly destructive progress yet.  Only someone shown in the wrong could do something like this. This month, he embraced a society of so-called “victims of Obamacare” to the White House in a struggle to slander the Obama-era bill.  On Thursday night, the GOP underwent yet another debilitating damage after John McCain voted “no” on the “skinny repeal” of Obamacare.  The GOP lost, notwithstanding Trump’s attempts to represent his “victims” to the crowds. After working the people who showed up, Trump provided everyone a…

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As Senate Republicans assembled their health care bill, Chuck Schumer, the Democratic leader, made umpteen silent visits to the private “hideaway” office of John McCain, Republican of Arizona. Senator McCain was uncomfortable about the bill and who was just recently received a brain cancer diagnosis, which he thought would injure people in his state. Mr. Schumer, who had led Democrats in a moment of prayer for Mr. McCain, secured him that they would have the 80-year-old senator’s back in his journey for legislation should the health abolition fail — including making sure Mr. McCain’s beloved defense bill was passed. Mr.…

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Collins says the warm welcome she received in Maine after her health care “no” vote was “heart-warming” #CNNSOTU https://t.co/VGiTYmUXEg — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) July 30, 2017

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Imagine if Obama kissed a Medal of Valor recipient-Trump should be impeached for this-Where’s outrage from GOP? SAD! https://t.co/Swzdu2KNN7 — Scott Dworkin (@funder) July 27, 2017

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According to an official opinion poll published on Friday, a majority of Americans believe that transgender people should be given a chance to serve in the military. The survey commented that the United States hugely disagrees with Trump’s announcement this week that he will never allow transgender personnel from the armed forces. During the interrogation session, 58 percent of adults agreed with the statement, “Transgender people should be allowed to serve in the military.” Also, twenty-seven percent said they should not while the rest remained neutral. It is said to be true that Democrats mostly supported military service by transgender…

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Five Republican governors resisted the party line and instead work for additional improvements in the health care system. Four of the five signatories shows states carried by Hillary Clinton as this was not the supported GOP memo.  Also, John Kasich of Ohio, who stands alone. He is from a state that Donald Trump won in November. Since Kasich overthrown him a rare defeat, Trump loses in Buckeye State in the primaries. And he neither acknowledged nor voted for the 45th president in the election (according to his account, he wrote in John McCain’s name on his presidential ballot). Kasich was…

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