Kellyanne Conway, ‘Trump Whisperer,’ Will Be Counselor to President

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Kellyanne Conway, ‘Trump Whisperer,’ Will Be Counselor to President

New York Times
Kellyanne Conway, the Republican pollster and strategist who helped guide President-elect Donald J. Trump to victory in November, will be appointed counselor to the president, becoming the highest-ranking woman in his White House, the transition team

Mitch McConnell, A Modern-Day Machiavelli

Huffington Post
He came up with the argument that, because Obama only had one year left in office, the next president had a right to fill the court seat.

Why Hillary Clinton is still losing supporters

New York Post
ROCKVILLE, Md. – Democrats‘ belief that new information revealed after Donald Trump’s election – as when the reports of Russian interference spurred calls on the left for a revote or, failing that, “faithless” electors to abandon Trump – would

Poll: 62 percent of Democrats and independents don’t want Clinton to run again

A majority of Democratic and independent voters made clear that they don’t foresee Hillary Clinton in their 2020 vision of the presidential election, according to a USA Today/Suffolk University poll released Wednesday. Sixty-two percent … Deval

The Senate Bathroom Angle

New York Times
We are sorely in need of some cheerful news out of Washington, so I’m going to tell you Barbara Mikulski’s story about the Senate bathrooms. Almost every veteran woman legislator, in every level of government, has a story about the shortage of bathroom …

How Barack Obama threw a wrench into Donald Trump’s energy plans

President Barack Obama‘s move to block parts of the Arctic and Atlanticfrom oil and gas drilling could disrupt some of his successor’s high-profile energy plans.

Hillary Clinton: President of California

National Review
We will soon enough be leaving behind the 2016 election and entering the era of the Trump Administration, but now that the popular votes have all finally been counted, it’s worth running a few more times through what we can learn from the numbers

In Kansas, Where Republicans and Fiscal Woes Reign, Democrats Made Inroads

New York Times
In this election year, voters across Kansas leaned firmly to the right at the federal level, but showed far more nuance when it came to their state.

Team Clinton fights to revise the election narrative

Washington Times
After losing the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton gave a single speech, then made a few strategic appearances as a private citizen on nature walks or browsing in local bookstores.

White House rebuffed pre-election plan to combat Russian influence

Tom Cotton, a leading GOP defense hawk who has long urged President Barack Obama to take a harder line on Russia, sought to force the White House to create a panel with representatives from a number of government agencies to counter Russian … The

Colorful Hawaiian Fish Named in Honor of President Obama

Live Science
Sylvia Earle, a deep ocean explorer, gives President Barack Obama a photograph of Tosanoides obama on Midway Atoll, from the film “Sea of Hope: America’s Underwater Treasures” premiering on National Geographic Channel on Jan. 15, 2017.

Joe Biden is reportedly coming to Penn after he leaves office

The Daily Pennsylvanian
Outgoing United States Vice President Joe Biden will “set up shop” at Penn when he leaves office in January, Politico reported Wednesday morning.

North Carolina Senate defeats bid to repeal controversial ‘bathroom bill’

Fox News
The North Carolina Senate Wednesday voted down legislation to repeal the controversial law known simply as the “bathroom bill,” months after the measure limiting LGBT protections triggered an economic backlash for the state.

President Obama’s Final 30 Days In Office Checklist

GOOD Magazine
Before he punches out that final presidential time card, Obama is moving quickly behind the scenes to protect his legacy before the Republican triumvirate (White House, Congress, Supreme Court) begins to formally chip away at his legislative and

‘Better Is Good’: Obama on Reparations, Civil Rights, and the Art of the Possible

The Atlantic
In “My President Was Black,” The Atlantic’s Ta-Nehisi Coates examined Barack Obama’s tenure in office, and his legacy.

Android Malware Targeting Ukraine ‘Ties Russian GRU To Election Hacks’

But Alperovitch believes this is one of the clearest indicators yet that the hacks on the U.S. election were ordered by the GRU.

Republicans always do what the Koch brothers tell them, right? Not this time.

Washington Post
Neither President-elect Donald Trump nor tax-writers in the Republican Senate have embraced the House GOP plan yet; it may never come to fruition, in which case the surprising little debate between the Kochs and their presumed flunkies will have been …

Obama shock: Another $6 billion in ‘midnight regulations’

Washington Examiner (blog)
“The magnitude, $5 billion in long-term costs, and timing could raise suspicion in Congress,” he said on the AAF website.

Obama: Conservative media ‘vilified’ me

The Hill (blog)  
The interviews – with parts released over Tuesday and Wednesday – were used in The Atlantic’s cover story, “My President was Black,” published last week. The exchange was highlighted by Mediaite. Obama said people often criticize him based on what …

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