Trump calls Attorney General Jeff Sessions 'scared stiff and Missing in Action'

  1. Trump calls Attorney General Jeff Sessions ‘scared stiff and Missing in Action’  CNN
  2. Trump Escalates Attack on Jeff Sessions, Calling Him ‘Scared Stiff’  New York Times
  3. Trump Says Sessions `Scared Stiff and Missing in Action’ on Russia Probe  Bloomberg
  4. Immigration judges accuse Attorney General Jeff Sessions of interfering with deportation cases  USA TODAY
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Man yells at Spicer during book signing: 'I'm not scared to fight you'

  1. Man yells at Spicer during book signing: ‘I’m not scared to fight you’  The Hill
  2. Ex-classmate confronts Spicer with N-word accusation at book signing  New York Post
  3. New book in hand, Sean Spicer returns to RI | Video  The Providence Journal
  4. Trump and Brexit: how can the US and UK media tackle a culture of lies?  The Guardian
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Elated v. Scared. Americans Are Divided on Justice Kennedy's Retirement.

  1. Elated v. Scared. Americans Are Divided on Justice Kennedy’s Retirement.  New York Times
  2. Live blog of orders | June 28, 2018  SCOTUSblog (blog)
  3. Justice Kennedy Chose To Let Trump Pick His Replacement. That’s His Legacy.  HuffPost
  4. The Energy 202: Kennedy’s retirement could bring a seismic shift to environmental law  Washington Post
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'People were pretty scared': Passengers describe tense scene after woman's outburst on Spirit flight

  1. ‘People were pretty scared’: Passengers describe tense scene after woman’s outburst on Spirit flight  WTVD-TV
  2. ‘Irate’ Woman Kicked Off Spirit Airlines Flight After Profanity-Laden Meltdown Over Unscheduled Stop  NBC New York
  3. VIDEO: Irate passenger escorted off Spirit Airlines after meltdo – Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL  Hawaii News Now
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China says not scared after reported U.S. bomber trip over South China Sea

China says not scared after reported U.S. bomber trip over South China SeaNo military ship or aircraft can scare China away from its resolve to protect its territory, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday after two U.S. Air Force B-52 bombers were reported to have flown near disputed islands in the South China Sea. CNN reported that the two aircraft flew within the vicinity of the Spratly Islands, where China has reclaimed land and built runways and other facilities on disputed reefs and small islands. The United States was willing to work with China on a “results-oriented” relationship, but its actions in the South China Sea were coercive and the Pentagon would “compete vigorously” if needed, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Saturday.


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