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11 hours ago by KateSherrill
$1 million mystery gift to inauguration traced to conservative legal activists
One of the largest contributions to President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee in 2016 appears to have been orchestrated by a set of powerful conservative legal activists who have since been put in the driver’s seat of the administration’s push to select and nominate federal judges.
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12 hours ago by flyingcloud
Trump's Iran oil export sanctions aren't living up to the hype • Bloomberg
Julian Lee:
<p>These were billed as the “strongest sanctions in history,” intended to prevent the Persian Gulf country from exporting any oil at all. But the reality hasn’t quite lived up to the hype: In the six months before they fully took effect, the impact of the Trump sanctions looks remarkably similar to those of his predecessor in 2012.

With the November deadline looming, it became clear that buyers which agreed to reduce their purchases of Iranian oil might be able secure waivers from the sanctions. Back in August, Trump’s national security adviser, John Bolton, said these would be “few and far between.” This week, it emerged that the US has agreed to let eight countries keep buying Iranian oil.

Details of the deal are sketchy, although Secretary of State Michael Pompeo has promised they will be revealed on Monday. The eight include China and India, the biggest buyers of Iran’s oil, as well as other key U.S. allies in Asia, Japan and South Korea. Turkey will also be permitted to continue buying, but the softening doesn’t extend to Europe. It isn’t yet clear how frequently the waivers will need to be re-validated, or by how much buyers will need to reduce their purchases to avoid penalties.</p>


If China can still buy Iranian oil, the "sanctions" aren't really going to hurt it much.
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17 hours ago by charlesarthur
(14593) Trump's Trade War Has WRECKED These Farmers' Lives - YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1A0oxf9UPA - The real cost of Trump’s tariffs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98rxxSs6Z-s - Trump Will Waste $12 Billion on Farmers Destroyed by His Trade War << for the mid-terms.
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