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2020 Dem Seth Moulton: Trump ‘harder to beat’ than party thinks, but right coalition can best him

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President Trump will be harder to defeat than Democrats believe, though he can lose in 2020 if the right coalition unifies against him, according to Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass.

Moulton, a presidential candidate, told Bret Baier on “Special Report” that though he missed the qualifying threshold for this week’s primary debates, he is the right person for voters to get behind.

“They want someone who can actually build the coalition we need to defeat him, because I think Trump is going to be a lot harder to beat than many Democrats think,” he said of voters.

“That means a coalition that includes everyone in our party, plus independents, those Obama-Trump voters, and even some disaffected Republicans.

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“I can build that coalition because I’ve built it in the most difficult circumstances before — in the middle of a war.”

The Massachusetts Democrat mentioned his service in the Iraq War, claiming his role as Marine platoon commander showed he can unite Americans from all walks of life.

“My fundamental job was to bring together this incredibly diverse group of Americans from all over this country, with different religious beliefs, different political beliefs, and get them united behind a common mission to serve America in the middle of a very divisive time: in the middle of a war that many of us disagreed with,” he said.

“That’s the leadership we need from the next president of the United States.”

SETH MOULTON, MASSACHUSETTS REP AND IRAQ WAR VET, JUMPS INTO 2020 PRESIDENTIAL RACE

Moulton criticized the fact that Trump did not serve in Vietnam, instead receiving a deferment.

Baier noted that the lawmaker has called the president “unpatriotic” for the circumstance.

Moulton said he stands by that allegation.

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“I think that if you lie to get out of the war, that makes you unpatriotic,” he said.

“Especially, knowing that there’s not like there is some empty seat with Donald Trump’s name on it that went to Vietnam — someone had to go in his place, some patriotic American who was willing to step up and to serve the country even in the midst of a terrible war so that no one had to go in his place.

“That doesn’t make you a patriot — to dodge service.”

Moulton was not one of the 20 candidates invited to participate in this week’s Democratic debates, which were to be held Wednesday and Thursday in Miami.

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Gutfeld: Eric Trump spitting incident shows ‘politics is now a personal vendetta’

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Eric Trump’s claim that a waitress spat on him at a Chicago restaurant on Tuesday evening is proof political disagreements have become extremely charged, according to Greg Gutfeld.

The media also claims some blame for such politically-charged public incidents, Gutfeld noted Wednesday on “The Five.”

“You realize a lot of the responsibility is in the media that has raised the temperature in the last couple years,” he said.

ERIC TRUMP SAYS CHICAGO RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE SPIT ON HIM: REPORT

“The Trump family can’t possibly be as bad as the media says they are,” Gutfeld added. “That’s why politics is now a personal vendetta.”

Eric Trump said in an interview he was spat on by a restaurant worker Tuesday night in an incident he called a “disgusting act.”

“For a party that preaches tolerance, this, once again, demonstrates they have very little civility,” Eric Trump told Breitbart.

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“When somebody is sick enough to resort to spitting on someone, it just emphasizes a sickness and desperation and the fact that we’re winning,” Gutfeld added.

The “Greg Gutfeld Show” host claimed the media hurts such situations by suggesting people may gain publicity or notoriety from doing things such as this incident involving Eric Trump.

“The media makes it so that people think this might help them or make this emotionally gratifying thing by attacking somebody,” Gutfeld said. “But you just look like a loser.”

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The Chicago Police Department confirmed they were at the scene “assisting” the U.S. Secret Service. They did not confirm Eric Trump was the target.

In a statement from the restaurant company which owns The Aviary, The Alinea Group, they called the altercation between Eric Trump and their employee “unfortunate.”

“No customer should ever be spit upon. We have not yet spoken with the employee, but our HR team has, in the meantime, placed her on leave,” The Alinea Group told Fox News.

Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo and Joseph Wulfsohn contributed to this report.

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‘View’ co-hosts defend Iran questioning Trump’s mental health: ‘Everybody does it’

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“View” co-hosts Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg suggested Wednesday that it wasn’t a big deal for Iran to question President Trump’s mental fitness, noting that they both already did.

Their comments came after co-host Sunny Hostin, a frequent Trump critic, said that she didn’t think it was appropriate for Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to call the White House’s policy “mentally retarded.” That description came from an initial translation but another translation reportedly said Rouhani used the term “mentally handicapped.”

Rouhani was responding to Trump’s decision to impose additional sanctions on the regime.

“I’m not a fan of this president but I also think it is so inappropriate that the Iranian president is saying that the United States president is suffering from mental illness,” Hostin said.

TRUMP VOWS IRAN CANNOT HAVE PATH TO NUKES, SAYS HE HOPES SANCTIONS SENT ‘MESSAGE’

Goldberg and Behar immediately asked why. “Why? Everybody says it,” Behar said before laughing.

“Why? We say it,” Goldberg also said.

“I just think that he’s a foreign leader,” Hostin responded, “and I don’t think we should cheer the fact that a foreign government is talking about our president in that way.”

Co-host Meghan McCain said she agreed with Hostin and suggested it was hypocritical for Iran to criticize the United States when it “throws gay people off of roofs for being gay and stone women in the street for wearing tank tops.”

Behar, earlier in the discussion, suggested that name-calling had become normal in foreign relations and that Trump might even become “pen pals” with Rouhani.

“Remember when [North Korean dictator] Kim Jong Un called [Trump] a dotard (doddering old person) ? That’s what they do. They call each other names. I mean, this is what we’re living with now. Trump does it. They do it, then the next thing you know, they’re pen pals,” she said.

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“He’s writing letters to Kim now and Kim is sending him little love notes,” Behar added.

Trump, on Tuesday, appeared to respond to Rouhani’s insult by tweeting a series of blistering criticisms of his regime.

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“Iran’s very ignorant and insulting statement, put out today, only shows that they do not understand reality,” Trump said. “Any attack by Iran on anything American will be met with great and overwhelming force. In some areas, overwhelming will mean obliteration.”

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Ari Fleischer reveals top piece of advice for new White House press secretary: End the TV ‘gotcha’ game

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Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer said Wednesday that Stephanie Grisham should kick off her tenure by resuming White House press briefings, but with no television cameras.

Grisham, who has served as Melania Trump’s spokeswoman since 2017, was named to replace Sarah Sanders as White House press secretary Tuesday.

Sanders drew criticism from the White House press corps for not holding daily press briefings for the last several months of her tenure.

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Fleischer, responding on “Outnumbered,” said his top piece of advice for Grisham would be to bring back the briefing, but in a different format.

“The briefing should not be a red-hot TV show, the briefing should be a briefing. That way she can open the job with a little more rapport with the reporters,” he said, adding that many print reporters would welcome being away from the cameras.

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Fleischer, a Fox News contributor who served as White House press secretary under George W. Bush, lamented that some reporters have turned the briefing into a “game of gotcha.” He said off-camera briefings were routine as recently as the Clinton administration.

“The briefing has become a TV show. It is no longer a serious briefing. It’s game of gotcha, everybody knows it and that’s why people watch it. It’s not designed to be watched, it’s designed to fill the press in and answer the press’ questions,” he argued.

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Rep. Collins has long list of questions for Mueller: We’ll ask about ‘dark underbelly’ of Trump probe origins

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Rep. Doug Collins said Wednesday on “America’s Newsroom” that he has a lengthy list of questions to ask former Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who has now agreed to testify next month before two House committees.

Collins, R-Ga., the ranking member on the Judiciary Committee, told Sandra Smith that his questions will center around how the investigation into the Trump campaign began in 2016, how Mueller chose his team of investigators and when Mueller’s team came to the conclusion that there was “no collusion or conspiracy” between the campaign and Russia.

“The list [of questions] is long and it will get longer,” said Collins, adding Mueller will now have to answer these key questions or “try to avoid” them.

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Responding to the news in an exclusive interview on Fox Business Network, President Trump reiterated that the investigation itself did not find collusion, while complaining that Mueller and his team were biased against him.

“They got caught and they’re running around going wild trying to do everything they can, but they spied on my campaign, it’s as simple as that,” Trump said, referring to the probe’s origins at the FBI. “It’s so illegal, it’s probably the biggest political scandal in history and they got caught doing it.”

Collins emphasized that Mueller himself already said he would not go beyond what is stated in his report if he were called to testify in Congress. He also doubted that hearing from Mueller directly would help Democrats in their potential push toward impeachment.

“It’s gonna reinforce what the report said. Everybody has had a chance for two months to read this. It says what it says, it’s not gonna say anything different. What we’re gonna find out is the dark underbelly of the corrupt cabal that started it all,” he said.

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Collins also called out Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., for not telling him about the committee’s subpoena to Mueller before it was issued, adding he found out about it on the news before hearing from Nadler.

“That’s the way my chairman tends to operate these days.”

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Kilmeade on Robert Mueller testifying: It’s ‘back to the future,’ will be hyped ‘like Ali-Frazier’

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The hosts of “Fox & Friends” reacted Wednesday morning to the news that former Special Counsel Robert Mueller will testify before two House committees next month, with host Brian Kilmeade calling it “back to the future.”

“We’re on the brink with Iran, the president is going to the G-20 to cut a major trade deal with a behemoth called China, we have a catastrophe at the border that both parties are desperately trying to solve while still staying in their political corners and now it’s back to the future with Robert Mueller. … People are talking about this as bigger than Ali-Frazier one,” he said, referring to the famed 1971 heavyweight boxing match.

Mueller agreed to appear before the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees on July 17 after they subpoenaed the special counsel Tuesday, according to the committees’ chairmen, Reps. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., and Adam Schiff, D-Calif.

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Congressional Democrats have fought to get access to Mueller and his unredacted report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and whether President Trump obstructed justice.

Mueller is expected to stick to the “four corners” of his report during the testimony and he said last month in rare remarks to the press that “the report is my testimony” and “I would not provide information beyond that which is already public in any appearance before Congress.”

Host Steve Doocy said Democrats are trying to “bolster their case” for impeachment, but questioned whether the testimony will “live up to the hype,” noting that Schiff already cautioned against setting “unrealistic expectations.”

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Host Jedediah Bila said the media has hyped the Mueller probe for years, especially Trump-Russia collusion allegations and “basically had Trump convicted of a crime” before Mueller’s report was issued.

Bila highlighted Tuesday’s commentary by Rush Limbaugh, who blasted the mainstream media for hyping the Trump-Russia story as “the demise of our democracy.”

“Except none of it was true. … They’re not gonna be able to get rid of Trump, Trump is gonna be on the ballot in 2020. They failed,” he said.

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Anderson Cooper says ‘stench’ is coming from federal immigration authorities over migrant detention facilities

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CNN host Anderson Cooper said a “stench” is coming from federal immigration authorities over the handling of the migrants crossing the border.

Cooper made the comments Tuesday after Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner John Sanders’ resignation and the pressure on the Trump administration to improve the conditions of the migrant detention facilities.

“Some of the people responsible… compare the influx of migrants to a storm or flood or a tide, as if this all fell from the sky or rolled in from the sea,” he said.

“At the end of the day, though, this is not an act of God. These are people, poor people, young people and whatever you think about the case they may have for coming here, they are here.”

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“They are now in custody here and those words in custody don’t just mean are being held, they mean in the care of, or as Webster’s has it, the act or process of preserving in safety, which is not what’s happening,” he added.”

The CNN host noted that the “stench” caused by subpar conditions in the facilities was actually coming from the authorities responsible for the situation.

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“Most of the young detainees have not been able to shower or wash clothes since they arrived at the facility. Those who visited said they have no access to toothbrushes, toothpaste or soap. ‘There is a stench, said Elora Mukherjee, director of the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic at Columbia Law School, one of the lawyers who visited the facility. ’The overwhelming majority of children have not bathed since they crossed the border,’ she said,” Cooper said.

He added: “There is a stench, she said, speaking literally of human beings living worse than animals because animals at least have the means to clean themselves. She might have well been speaking figuratively of the stench coming from the places where the people responsible for all this are failing to take responsibility.”

“There is a stench, she said, speaking literally of human beings living worse than animals because animals at least have the means to clean themselves. She might have well been speaking figuratively of the stench coming from the places where the people responsible for all this are failing to take responsibility.”

— CNN’s Anderson Cooper

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The House approved a $4.5 billion supplemental spending bill on Tuesday night to address humanitarian issues at the U.S.-Mexico border and to provide additional funding for food, water, medical services and stronger protections for unaccompanied children, among other things.

The House bill, which passed 230-195, included specifics that would prevent the Trump administration from allowing any funding to go toward beefing up Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) personnel at the border, likely to become a point of contention with Republicans.

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Tomi Lahren on woman spitting on Eric Trump: Par for the course from the ‘loving and tolerant left’

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Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren called out “the loving and tolerant left” after President Trump‘s son, Eric, said he was spat on by a worker at a Chicago cocktail bar.

“I walk around the city of New York and L.A. and I see pride, I see tolerance, I see love, but that same affection, love and tolerance is not given to conservatives. It’s funny how one-sided their love and tolerance is,” she said on “Fox & Friends.”

Lahren, who had water thrown on her at a Minnesota restaurant last year, said anger at a political figure “is one thing,” but a physical attack crosses the line.

“This has become par for the course. … A lot of those folks on the left, the loving and tolerant left, believe they have a moral obligation to attack, disparage and harass people who don’t think like they do,” Lahren argued.

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After the incident, Eric Trump told Breitbart, “For a party that preaches tolerance, this once again demonstrates they have very little civility. When somebody is sick enough to resort to spitting on someone, it just emphasizes a sickness and desperation and the fact that we’re winning.”

Reports of the alleged assault were first reported by Mary Ann Ahern, a political reporter for NBC 5 Chicago. She said reports indicated that the incident occurred at the Aviary cocktail bar in the city.

She said the offender was in Secret Service custody. The Chicago Police Department confirmed that they were at the scene “assisting” the U.S. Secret Service.

Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.

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Today on Fox News, June 26, 2019

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On Fox News: 

Fox & Friends, 6 a.m. ET: Special guests include: Tomi Lahren, Fox Nation host; radio talk-show host Dennis Prager on being booted from advertising on social media platforms; U.S. Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, previews the 100th annual Congressional Baseball Game.

Tucker Carlson Tonight, 8 p.m. ET: Tucker broadcasts live from Japan as he’s on the scene to cover the G-20 Summit.

Hannity, 9 p.m. ET: Special guests include: Former U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C.; U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif. and ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee.

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Adam Schiff: Mueller made it ‘very clear’ he didn’t want to testify but will ‘respect the subpoena’

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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif, shed some light on the process of getting former Special Counsel Robert Mueller to testify before Congress, revealing Mueller made it “very clear” that he did not want to.

On Tuesday night, both Schiff and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-NY, confirmed that Mueller will be testify public before both committees on July 17 in response to a subpoena made by the Democratic lawmakers.

Appearing on MSNBC, Schiff dismissed the characterization that Mueller was given a “friendly subpoena.”

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“I don’t think the Special Counsel’s office would characterize it as a friendly subpoena. He did not want to testify. He made that very clear,” Schiff told MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow. “Nonetheless, they will respect the subpoena. He will appear. He’ll be testifying before our committee in open session. Each of our members will have an opportunity to ask questions of the Special Counsel. And the American people get a chance to hear directly from him and have their questions answered. So I think it’s a good result. July 17th is the date we expect him to appear.”

Schiff also confirmed that there would be a closed-door session following the public testimony.

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