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Napolitano says Trump violated the law by appointing Matt Whitaker as acting attorney ge

However, Fox News legal analyst Andrew Napolitano explained to Fox News host Dana Perino how Trump could be breaking the law with his new appointee.

Napolitano explained that Whitaker was not confirmed by the Senate and therefore violates the law.

“Under the law, the person running the Department of Justice must have been approved by the United States Senate for some previous position. Even on an interim post,” Napolitano said.

Napolitano continued saying that next in line for the position is Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

“[Whitaker] was not confirmed by the United States Senate for a leadership position at the Justice Department. The White House will have to work this out. Who has been confirmed and who’s next in line? Deputy attorney general Rosenstein,” he said.


Ron Wyden speaks truth to power


People know a cheat when they see one

"People don't understand tax returns," Trump says when asked why he might not want to release his tax returns.

One of the R Congressmen Trump called out today for not supporting him responds


To deal w harassment & filth spewed at GOP MOC’s in tough seats every day for 2 yrs, bc of POTUS; to bite ur lip more times you’d care to; to disagree & separate from POTUS on principle & civility in ur campaign; to lose bc of POTUS & have him piss on u. Angers me to my core.

Democrats planning to call Mueller for nationally televised hearings if he's removed from the Russia

House Democrats say they’re also ready to act as a backstop if Trump follows through on more than 18 months of pent-up angst and fires Mueller or tries to meddle with the special counsel’s work through a major shakeup atop the Justice Department.

Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi has already pledged to make sure Mueller’s “documentation is preserved” and the likely next House speaker also holds in her back pocket the threat of launching impeachment hearings against Trump if the president tries to oust Mueller or if the special counsel’s investigators ultimately uncover a smoking gun involving criminal behavior.

Democrats are even prepping a break-glass scenario in case there’s a Nixon-era Saturday Night Massacre where Trump fires his current DOJ leadership and tries to shutter the Mueller probe in the process. If that happens, senior Democratic officials say Mueller would likely get an immediate summons to Capitol Hill for nationally-televised testimony about his findings.


Now THIS is SWEET!!!!!

House Intel Committee Chair

Financial Services Committee Chair

Committee on Oversight Chair

Judiciary Committee Chair

Speaker of the House

I'm glad we took back the House but

as horrible as Trump is in every way, this should have been a rout. This country’s sick. Trump was rewarded in the Senate for his vile, racist ads.

Manchin won West Virginia


NAACP just won a lawsuit concerning Georgia


BREAKING: Georgia NAACP wins a lawsuit, and voting times will be extended by three hours in two precincts near Spelman and Morehouse. Polls will now close at 10:00pm per court orders.

Wow Republican Riggleman just won VA. district that includes Charlottesville

you'd think after having Nazis marching through it......

A crucial Indiana county for Dems is keeping polls open till 7:oo pm


A crucial Indiana county for Democrats is keeping polls open an extra hour.

BREAKING: All Monroe County polling sites will stay open until 7 p.m
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