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Monday July 10, 2017

Capitalism the Apple Way vs. Capitalism the Google Way
TheAtlantic | Mihir A. Desai | date

While lots of attention is directed toward identifying the next great startup, the defining tech-industry story of the last decade has been the rise of Apple and Google. In terms of wealth creation, there is no comparison. Eight years ago, neither one of them was even in the top 10 most valuable companies in the world, and their combined market value was less than $300 billion. Now, Apple and Alphabet (Google's parent company) have become the two most valuable companies, with a combined market capitalization of over $1.3 trillion. And increasingly, these two behemoths are starting to collide in various markets, from smartphones to home-audio devices to, according to speculation, automobiles.

But the greatest collision between Apple and Google is little noticed. The companies have taken completely different approaches to their shareholders and to the future, one willing to accede to the demands of investors and the other keeping power in the hands of founders and executives. These rival approaches are about something much bigger than just two of the most important companies in the world; they embody two alternative models of capitalism, and the one that wins out will shape the future of the economy. ... Read more

Joan Lee, Wife Of Marvel's Stan Lee, Has Died
The pair had been married 69 years.

Quantum computers compete for "supremacy"
Salon | Neil Savage, Scientific American | date

But to realize those visions, scientists first have to figure out how to actually build a quantum computer that can perform more than the simplest operations. They are now getting closer than ever, with IBM in May announcing its most complex quantum system so far and Google saying it is on track this year to unveil a processor with so-called "quantum supremacy" -- capabilities no conventional computer can match.

Small systems exist, but the next steps in the race to make them bigger will have to determine whether quantum computers can deliver on their potential. Scientists and industry players have focused largely on one of two approaches. One cools loops of wire to near --273.15 degrees Celsius, or absolute zero, turning them into superconductors where current flows with virtually no resistance. The other relies on trapped ions -- charged atoms of the rare earth element ytterbium held in place in a vacuum chamber by laser beams and manipulated by other lasers. The oscillating charges (in both the wires and the trapped ions) function as quantum bits, or "qubits," which can be harnessed to carry out the computer's operations. .. Read more

Our first and last home
Salon | Jesse Soloff | 07/09/17

Five months before my young wife died of cancer, we bought our first home together. We knew it would be her last

We had bought our first home, in the Charlotte, North Carolina, neighborhood of NoDa, five months earlier, in the spring of 2016, knowing that it would likely be our last. Not because we would spend the rest of our lives there, but because that's where Taylor would spend the rest of hers. ... Read more

"I'm Gonna Unchain The Dogs" Bannon Warned Ailes During Trump-Fox Spat
ZeroHedge | author | 07/101/17

Amid the 2016 Presidential campaign, White House chief strategist Steve Bannon reportedly told late Fox News head Roger Ailes to "go fuck yourself" during the Trump campaign's battle with the news network.

New York Magazine reported that Ailes, who died in May, sent his personal lawyer, Peter Johnson Jr., to Breitbart headquarters in D.C. to tell Bannon to stop running stories against then-Fox News host Megan Kelly, who questioned to President Trump during a primary debate about his behavior and language about women.,

As The Hill reports, Bannon reportedly refused to call off the coverage, calling Kelly "pure evil" and saying that she would turn on Ailes one day. ... Read more

Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Monday, July 10 [13:31]
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  2. Devastation in Mosul: Iraq Seizes City from ISIS, But Battle Left Thousands Dead & 700,000 Displaced
  3. Even as All G20 Countries Except U.S. Affirm Paris Deal, Nations Pour $72B a Year into Fossil Fuels
  4. Award-Winning Journalist Amy Wilentz on Just How Little Jared Kushner Knows About Foreign Politics
**Has the Environmental Movement Failed? A Conversation with Dr. David Suzuki | TRNN | 07/10/17 | 20:38
*How G20 Governments are Financing Climate Disaster | TRNN | 07/06/17 | 9:33
Trump's Alt Right Manifesto is War | TYT | 07/09/17 | 4:02
Is Media "Helping To Divide The Nation?" | TYT | 07/09/17 | 8:36
What Really Happened in the Closed Doors Meeting Between Trump and Putin? | TYT | 07/09/17 | 9:17
Keiser Report: Trump's Agenda (E1094) | RT | 07/08/17 | 25:50
The GOP's Phony Choice on Healthcare | ThomHartmann | 07/07/17 | 28:01
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Senator Pat Toomey: President Donald Trump's Meeting With Putin A 'Disappointment' | MSNBC Morning Joe | 07/10/17 | 11:13
Did Donald Trump Get Played By Vladimir Putin? | MSNBC Last Word | 07/07/17 | 16:02
This linguist studied the way Trump speaks for two years. Here's what she found. | WashingtonPost | 07/07/17 | 4:20
John Bolton: Putin looked Trump in the eye and lied | Fox News | 07/07/17 | 8:09
LastWeekTonight with John Oliver
Presidents | John Oliver | 07/09/17 | 8:53

07.10.2017. 12:18

Friday July 07, 2017

More Americans Trust Merkel Than Trump To Handle Foreign Affairs
HP | Ariel Edwards-Levy | 07/06/17

Residents of most G-20 countries ? including the United States ? have more faith in German Chancellor Angela Merkel than in U.S. President Donald Trump to handle world affairs, according to newly released data from Pew Research.

Fifty-six percent of Americans say they have some or a lot of confidence in Merkel to do the right thing regarding foreign affairs, according to the poll published Wednesday. Just 46 percent have a similar level of confidence in Trump. ... Read more
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Rachel Maddow Says Forged NSA Document Being Shopped Around To News Outlets
HP | Rebecca Shapiro | 07/07/17

MSNBC's Rachel Maddow said she had a "strange scoop" to share with audiences Thursday night after receiving what she believes is a meticulously forged document sent over her tip line with the intention to discredit her.

"I feel like I need to send this up like a flare for other news organizations in particular," Maddow said. "That's part of what I'm intending to do here with this story tonight."

Over the next 20 minutes, the MSNBC host discussed how her show received a document, purportedly from the National Security Administration, labeled as classified and filled with such bombshells about Russia that Maddow said if it were authentic, it would be a "gun still firing proverbial bullets." But after careful examination, which she describes in great detail, her show deemed the document a forgery. Read more

Maddow To News Orgs: Beware Of Forged Donald Trump Russia Documents! | MSNBC Rachel Maddow | 07/06/17 | 21:18

Here's How Trump Transferred Wealth to His Son While Avoiding the Usual Taxes
AlterNet | Derek Kravitz / ProPublica | 07/05/17

Donald Trump sold two condos to Eric in April 2016 at a steep discount. But he doesn't appear to be on the hook for gift taxes.

In April 2016, as Donald Trump was on the cusp of clinching the Republican nomination for the White House, he sold two luxury condos near Manhattan's Central Park for less than half the price his company had said they were worth. The lucky buyer: Trump's son, Eric

Such family-friendly deals would normally incur hundreds of thousands of dollars in gift taxes. ... Read more

200 Years Of Immigration - Who Came To America, And When?
Here's another look -- this time, it's a data visualization from Insightful Interaction using data from the Yearbook of Immigration Statistics from 1820 to 2015. At first, immigration is coming almost exclusively from Europe. | Metrocosm | 05/04/16 | 1:41
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Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Friday, July 07 [12:43]
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Friday, July 07 (FULL) | 59:02
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  2. Dystopian Nightmare: Eyewitness Decries Police Repression at G20 Summit as 100,000 Take to Streets
  3. Srecko Horvat on "Democracy in Europe Movement" & Uniting Leftists Against Failed Policies of G20
  4. Katrina vanden Heuvel: Now is Time for Trump & Putin to Negotiate, Not Escalate Tensions
  5. Berta Cáceres's Daughter Speaks Out After Surviving Assassination Attempt in Honduras
How G20 Governments are Financing Climate Disaster | TRNN | 07/06/17 | 9:33
'Welcome to Hell': 100,000 Protesters Aim to 'Kettle' G20 Over Inequality, War and Climate Change | TRNN | 07/06/17 | 11:11
Nicolai Petro discusses -> Trump Tells Russia to Stop 'Destabilizing' Ukraine, But What's Really Going On? | TRNN | 07/06/17 | 16:45
Republican Regrets Auschwitz Gas Chamber Video | TYT | 07/05/17 | 5:09
Stephen Hawking warns: Trump is Pushing Us to the Apocalypse | ThomHartmann | 07/05/17 | 27:48
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Friday News - International | 1a.org | 07/07/17 | 1hr
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Donald Trump leave for a bilateral meeting on the eve of the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. Leaders of the world's top economies gather July 7-8; their disagreements range from wars to climate change and global trade.
Friday News - Domestic | 1a.org | 07/07/17 | 1hr
Police search for evidence after a man was shot in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood on July 2nd. Five people were killed and about another 50 wounded in gunfire in Chicago over the holiday weekend. On June 1, a task force was formed by the Chicago police and state and federal law enforcement to combat gun violence in the city.
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'Welcome To Hell' Protest Greets G20 Leaders | MSNBC | 07/06/17 | 2:33

07.07.2017. 09:26

Thursday July 06, 2017
Noam Chomsky July 05, 2017 - Ralph Nader Interviews | | 07/05/17 | 54:35
Noam Chomsky July 2017 - The Emerging World Order | Cognitive Science | 07/02/17 | 1:00:06

What Jared's office actually does
Politico | Nancy Scola | 07/01/17

Its briefing is almost comically broad, but the innovation office run by the presidential son-in-law is starting to take shape. Now can it succeed where others have floundered?

When a dozen and a half CEOs of the world's biggest tech companies descended on the White House last month, it turned a spotlight on one of the bigger mysteries of a mysterious White House: They were convened by the Office of American Innovation, the new operation being run by presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner. Announced with much fanfare by the president in March, the office was set up to bring "new thinking and real change" to the country's toughest problems, according to Trump, in part by drawing on the lessons of the private sector.

Since then, observers have been wondering just what it was, or even if it was. It didn't help that the sweep of its briefing was almost comically broad, from upgrading federal government's $82 billion worth of information technology, to spurring the creation of new jobs, changing how the country thinks about apprenticeships and "unleashing American business." Not to mention working with sometimes-antagonist Chris Christie's commission on tackling the United States' opioid epidemic. (And all this while Kushner is also supposed to be tackling Middle Eastern peace.) ... Read more

Quote of the Day: Who Cares If Trump Is Mentally Fit?

The Flashpoints for World Leaders at the Hamburg G-20
Bloomberg | Alan Crawford and Sam Dodge | 07/06/17

The Group of 20 summit that starts in Hamburg on Thursday is the most anticipated -- and potentially turbulent -- meeting of global leaders in years. An unpredictable U.S. president with a protectionist bent, a Russian leader subject to international sanctions and a Chinese president looking to assert a greater global role are just a few of the factors that might stoke tensions.

Sparks could really fly over the policy agenda of free trade, climate change and migration put forward by the German host. Angela Merkel is determined to avoid a repeat of May's G-7 meeting in Italy, where it was six against one: Donald Trump. Yet she acknowledges that "the discord is obvious" and "it would be dishonest to paper over the confict." ... Read more

Trump's Warsaw, Poland Press Conference in 60 Seconds | Bloomberg | 07/06/17 | 1:00

Yes, the Mainstream Media Does Publish Fake News
A timeline of global warming denial in the media.
MotherJones | Rebecca Leber | 07/05/17

At the briefing, Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt was asked whether Trump thinks humans are warming the planet. After refusing to comment on the president's views, Pruitt said that the "degree of human contribution" to global warming remains uncertain. That uncertainty, Pruitt suggested, makes it difficult to decide how policymakers should respond. ...

... It's hardly surprising that a misleading New York Times column would be promoted by the administration of a president who sees global warming as a Chinese hoax. Skeptics have long sought to validate their views by injecting them into respectable media outlets. And they've frequently been successful. Here's a short history of climate misinformation infiltrating the mainstream news media: ... Read more

Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Thursday, July 06 [10:13]
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  2. Embraced by Far-Right Gov't in Poland, Trump Claims Future of Western Civilization is at Stake
  3. Tens of Thousands of Protesters Plan to Protest Trump at G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany
  4. Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently: Syrian Citizen Journalists Document a City Under Siege
Journalist Tim Shorrock says -> Trump Talks Tough Instead of Talking to North Korea | TRNN | 07/05/17 | 16:10
Journalist Ari Berman of The Nation says -> Trump Panel Demands Private Voter Info, Gets Backlash Instead | TRNN | 07/05/17 | 9:54
Dems Could Have Stopped Saudi Arms Deal If Not For Joe Manchin | TYT | 07/05/17 | 5:28
Keiser Report: Anarchy Currencies (E1093) | RT | 07/06/17 | 25:45
Max and Stacy are in Mexico City, where they ask whether American childhood has taken an authoritarian turn, as posited by The American Conservative magazine. Max also interviews Jeff Berwick of DollarVigilante.com about crypto currencies, anarcho-capitalism and the Mexican business environment.
Are the Saudis funding extremism? | Aljazeera: Inside Story | 07/06/17 | 25:30
Rami Khouri: In Rift with Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE Want to Hold Back Waves of Changer | DN | 07/06/17 | 10:49
Why Saudi Arabia Wants Qatar to Shut Al Jazeera | NYTimes | 06/30/17 | 3:58
Arms and Resistance in Jobar | Aljazeera: People and Power | 07/06/17 | 26:00
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US Options For Dealing With North Korea | MSNBC Morning Joe | 07/05/17 | 15:02
Fox News Contributor Jason Chaffetz Rips GOP For Health Care Mess | Fox News | 07/06/17 | 4:02
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
People Can't Stand Martin Shkreli's Face | Stephen Colbert | 07/01/17 | 3:45

07.06.2017. 10:41

Wednesday July 05, 2017
Bernie Sanders at the Peoples Summit
Bernie Sanders on Resisting Trump, Why the Democratic Party is an "Absolute Failure" & More | DN | 07/03/17 | 55:04

8 Years, 2 Presidents, And A Whole Different World
HP | S.V. Date | 07/03/17

It was the cab driver's last trip of the evening, close to midnight, running me from the G-7 summit press filing center to my hotel a few miles away, and as he sped down the deserted streets we made small talk about that day's meetings.

He was an older guy, driving an older minivan, whose English was even more limited than my Italian. I said the day's meetings had gone fine when, placing my accent, he asked me how Signor Trump was doing.

I almost answered automatically -- he was fine -- when on a lark I told him that I'd written a story saying people thought he was "molto pazzo" -- very crazy. That many Italians were saying this.

Which was when he raised a hand: "No. No. Signor Trump non è molto pazzo. Signor Trump è tutto pazzo."

Over the next few minutes I was able to discern some of his other views on Signor Trump. That he was an old man but acted like a "bambino." That there was something not right with his "testa." And how did he possibly get so rich being so dumb?

Hearing this wasn't surprising. I'd already talked to people in Rome, Milan and Genoa, and this seemed to be the consensus view in Italy. (Indeed, a new Pew poll shows that low regard for President Donald Trump is not confined to Italy, but is pretty common around the world.) Trump's recent visit to Rome drew protests, but the mayor's refusal to grant permits kept them relatively modest. ... Read more

CNN Has The 'Trust' Advantage Over President Trump In A New Poll
HP | Carla Herreria | 07/04/17/span>

Even as controversy continues over President Donald Trump's tweet of a video showing him beating up a personified version of CNN, a poll released Tuesday shows the cable news outlet edging him in trust among most Americans. The survey also showed the New York Times, Washington Post and the broadcast television networks faring better than Trump in trustworthiness. But the poll, conducted by Survey Monkey and published by Axios, also illustrates the stark political divide in the U.S. ... Read more

The Qatar Crisis
TRNN | Adam Hanieh | Republished

The June 5 decision by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, and Egypt to suspend diplomatic ties with Qatar has sent shockwaves through the Middle East.

The ensuing blockade shut down much of the Gulf's maritime and land trade with Qatar, provoking fears that the tiny state would soon face food shortages. Major air carriers, including Emirates, Gulf Air, flydubai, and Etihad Airways, canceled flights, and Qatari citizens living in the participating nations had just two weeks to return home. Even immigrants with Qatari residency permits would be caught up in the expulsion.

The UAE outlawed any expression of sympathy for Qatar -- including on Twitter -- and threatened offenders with jail terms of up to fifteen years. ... Read more

Trump Wants a Do-Over in Europe
Politico | Thomas Wright | 07/04/17

President Donald Trump is hoping Europe will give him a second chance. This week, he heads to Poland at the invitation of its president and to participate in a regional infrastructure summit and to Hamburg, Germany, for the G-20 summit. The trip offers the chance for redemption after a catastrophic visit to Brussels in May that left the NATO alliance hanging by a thread because of his refusal to endorse Article 5, NATO's mutual defense clause.

G-20 summits are usually sleepy affairs, especially in recent years, but this occasion is replete with geopolitical intrigue. The trip is ambitious and difficult. I spoke with six serving officials, all off the record, and 10 recent officials and senior experts from the United States, Europe and Asia for this article. The overwhelming view is that the trip is finely poised between success and failure, with the outcome depending largely on whether Trump listens to his mainstream advisers or indulges his nationalist and America First impulses. The risks can be cast into three baskets--the Poland visit, the Trump-Putin meeting and the G-20 summit. ... Read more

4 Times Trump Has Inspired Widespread Speculation About His Cognitive Decline
Alternet | Kail Holloway | 07/05/17

Donald Trump has spent more than 20 percent of his presidency on the golf course, and this past weekend was no exception.

After three days of hitting balls around at his club in Bedminster, New Jersey, the president finally decided to return to Washington, D.C. on Monday. Footage of Trump's arrival shows him exiting Air Force One, then descending the stairs leading from the plane to the tarmac, where a limousine festooned with American flag awaits. But instead of climbing inside, Trump wanders off in a different direction, taking several steps off course before a Secret Service agent can corral him. ... Read more

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  2. Will Trump Seek Talks with North Korea or Counter Missile Test with More U.S. Military Aggression?
  3. 44 States Say No to Trump: Resistance Grows as Trump's Election Commission Seeks Private Voter Data
  4. Ari Berman: Kris Kobach Is Helping Trump Lay Groundwork for Nationwide Voter Suppression Effort
  5. Rami Khouri: In Rift with Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE Want to Hold Back Waves of Change
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  2. "What to the Slave is 4th of July?": James Earl Jones Reads Frederick Douglass's Historic Speech
  3. Standing Rock's Fight Against Dakota Pipeline Continues While Tribe Plans for a Fossil-Free Future
  4. Grandson of Former VP Henry A. Wallace on Standing Rock's Fossil-Free Future & American Fascism
  5. Divest-Invest: Foundations Urged to Back Climate Solutions While Divesting From Fossil Fuels
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson -> Empire in Decay: Federal Government Falling Apart as Spying Allegations Fly | TRNN | REPLAY 03/07/17 | 11:26
Peter Kuznick -> American Exceptionalism: Doing Bad Things for "Good Reasons" | TRNN | REPLAY 10/18/13 | 15:59
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School Children Targeted With Anti-Science Propaganda | TYT | 07/03/17 | 5:43
Why Republicans Aren't Impeaching Trump | TYT | 07/02/17 | 2:10
Why So Many College Students Are Homeless | TYT | 07/02/17 | 6:04
Trevor Noah - Any leader tweeting policy is ridiculous | Aljazeera, Trevor Noah from The Daily Show | 07/04/17 | 23:58
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The Donald Trump Russia Political Crisis: A Timeline In Breaking News | MSNBC Rachel Maddow | 07/03/17 | 16:59
President Donald Trump Aides Named In Hack Recruiter Docs: WSJ | MSNBC Rachel Maddow | 06/30/17 | 2:52
Adversary In Chief: President Donald Trump's Media Attacks Go Too Far | MSNBC | 07/03/17 | 14:22
President Donald Trump's Twitter Feud Against Media Raises More Concerns | MSNBC AM Joy | 07/03/17 | 11:15
A PSA From Dogs About Fireworks | Stephen Colbert | 07/03/17 | 1:22

07.05.2017. 12:44

Monday July 03, 2017

GOP Leaders Notably Silent As Trump Tweet Endorses Violence Against Journalists
HP | Marina Fang | 07/02/17

Following President Donald Trump's latest inflammatory tweet that essentially promoted violence against journalists, top GOP lawmakers so far have responded with silence, perpetuating their pattern of doing little as the nation's chief executive breaks more barriers in his war with the media.

Trump on Sunday tweeted what appeared to be an edited version of a 2007 clip of him beating up WWE founder Vince McMahon, with CNN's logo replacing McMahon's face. It was then retweeted by the president's official White House account, @POTUS, following a week of renewed attacks against CNN and other news outlets, which Trump has branded as "fake news" and "fraudulent."

"What about GOP leaders? What about Republican leaders?" CNN media reporter Brian Stelter asked Sunday about responses to the tweet. "Where's [House Speaker] Paul Ryan? Where's [Senate Majority Leader] Mitch McConnell? Are GOP leaders going to speak up about these attacks against the media?" ... Read more

How a Presidency Ends
New York | Frank Rich | 07/03/17

"Let others wallow in Watergate, we are going to do our job," said Richard Nixon with typical unearned self-righteousness in July 1973. By then, more than a year had passed since a slapstick posse of five had been caught in a bungled burglary at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate complex. It had been nine months since Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein reported in the Washington Post that the break-in was part of a "massive campaign of political spying and sabotage" conducted by all the president's men against most of their political opponents. Now the nation was emerging from two solid months of Senate Watergate hearings, a riveting cavalcade of White House misfits and misdeeds viewed live by 71 percent of the public.

Even so, Nixon had some reason to hope that Americans would heed his admonition to change the channel. That summer, the Times reported that both Democratic and Republican congressmen back home for recess were finding "a certain numbness" about Watergate and no "public mandate for any action as bold as impeachment." ... Read more

Trump Will Not Be Cleared (#92) | Keith Olbermann | 06/30/17 | 6:59
Trump Allegedly Tried To Blackmail Mika And Joe | TYT | 06/30/17 | 15:25
Viral NRA Ad Uses ISIS Tactics To Sell More Guns | TYT | 06/30/17 | 5:56
Freedom's Safest Place: Violence of Lies | NRA | 06/30/17 | 1:05
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Donald Trump Behavior Hurts The Presidency, But He Doesn't Care | MSNBC Rachel Maddow | 06/30/17 | 22:41
Naomi Klein - The Shock Doctrine
Naomi Klein: The Worst Is Yet to Come with Trump, So We Must Be Ready for Shock Politics | DN | 06/30/17 | 23:13
Naomi Klein: How to Resist Trump's Shock Doctrine | Intercept | 06/13/17 | 8:54
The Shock Doctrine (2009) Documentary | Naomi Klein | 2009 | 1:18:43
"This Changes Everything": An Evening with Naomi Klein | Naomi Klein | 2009 | 1:41:09
Donald Trump Maintains Media Attacks Over The Weekend | MSNBC Morning Joe | 07/03/17 | 13:19
Donald Trump Blasts States For Not Turning Over Voter Data | MSNBC Morning Joe | 07/03/17 | 3:55
Donald Trump's Twitter Feud Against Media Raises More Concerns | MSNBC AM Joy | 07/03/17 | 11:15
Kellyanne Conway reacts to Trump's 'Morning Joe' tweets | ABCNews | 07/01/17 | 7:33
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
Sinclair Broadcast Group | John Oliver | 07/02/17 | 18:59
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Trump Has United The Planet... Against Him | Stephen Colbert | 07/01/17 | 5:54
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee
Medicaid's Last Stand | Samantha Bee | 06/30/17 | 5:55

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