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‘As President Obama came under fire for scheduling a $400,000 speaking gig at a Wall Street firm next fall, he pocketed the same amount for a speech Thursday night for A&E Networks.

During the speech at the Pierre Hotel in New York City, Obama delivered a sly dig at his successor’s prolific tweeting.

Obama was asked how he coped with frustrating moments as president, and responded: ‘By not having a Twitter account.’

Read more: Obama takes a shot at Trump’s tweeting as he is paid $400,000 AGAIN for another major speaking gig


‘Neocon war hawk Paul Wolfowitz is now “optimistic” about President Trump and privately emailing HR McMaster and James Mattis to whore for more wars in the Middle East.

From Politico:

To liberals and other critics, Wolfowitz would be the last person they want Trump to listen to. Long a lightning rod because of the havoc unleashed by the Iraq invasion, Wolfowitz has never apologized for advocating the war, although he has saidóand repeated in our conversationóthat it was not carried out as he would have wanted it to be. In recent days heës jumped right back into the public debate, nudging President Trump from the pages of the Wall Street Journal to follow up his bombing strike in neighboring Syria with more aggressive actionóand, he tells me, privately emailing with Trump Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and national security advisor H.R. McMaster, both longtime contacts since his Bush days, in hopes they will pursue a U.S. strategy of stepped-up engagement in the Middle East.’

Read more: Neocon Paul Wolfowitz Speaking Privately With McMaster And Mattis

‘Bill O’Reilly may be gone at Fox News, but Rupert Murdoch’s festering Fox News mess isn’t going away anytime soon.

Murdoch cut ties with the host last week after multiple women’s reports of sexual harassment became public. Since then, seven black Fox News employees indicated that they plan to join a racial discrimination suit filed last month by two colleagues, according to New York magazine, and three former Fox employees — Margaret Hoover, Alisyn Camerota, and Kirsten Powers — said on CNN that the culture of sexual harassment at Fox News is deeply ingrained. “The culture … is still there because the executives are still there,” said Hoover.

Then on Monday, former Fox host Andrea Tantaros filed a new lawsuit against the company in federal court, which alleges, “A person working for Fox News was responsible for hacking Ms. Tantaros’s computer so that she could be spied upon.” (Last year, Tantaros sued Fox News for $30 million, claiming sexual harassment.)’

Read more: Why Can’t the Media Admit Rupert Murdoch Is Running a Criminal Enterprise?


‘This is not a good development.

James Mad Dog Mattis has a rep for sidling up to Likud Israelis. This is not simply a diplomatic visit like any other. It’s a signal to Netanyahu that Trump and his generals will follow the Likud line on Iran. Of course, during the news conference, this was not specifically spelled out.

Back in 2011 Netanyahu wanted to send the IDF to bomb Iran but met resistance from his own ministers. He floated the idea on at least three occasions in 2010, 2011, and 2012.’

Read more: Mad Dog Meets With Israeli Leaders On Iran

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‘Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has said voters should pick candidates from whichever party is prepared to hold Theresa May’s Government to account over Brexit.

He said “unique circumstances demand a unique response” and that “this should cross party lines”, with many speculating he will campaign alongside the Liberal Democrats ahead of the June 8 vote.

According to The Telegraph, Senior Liberal Democrats have “confirmed” Mr Blair “could” join forces with Lib Dem leader Tim Farron to campaign against Brexit at the 2017 general election.’

Read more: Tony Blair could work alongside Lib Dems in anti-Brexit election campaign


‘One of Spain’s top criminal courts on Tuesday summoned Mariano Rajoy to testify as a witness in a major corruption trial, a first for the conservative prime minister.

“They have called him as witness,” a spokesman for the National Court that deals with major corruption cases told AFP, adding no date had been set yet for the hearing.

Rajoy will take the stand as part of the so-called Gurtel trial, which centers on a vast network that allegedly saw companies shower former lawmakers and civil servants from his ruling Popular Party (PP) with bribes in exchange for contracts.

Altogether, 37 defendants face justice including two former party treasurers and businessman Francisco Correa, the alleged head of the network.’

Read more: Prime Minister Rajoy to testify in major graft trial

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‘Tony Blair still faces being dragged before the courts for leading Britain into the disastrous Iraq War.

Leading barristers representing bereaved families of British troops killed in the controversial conflict believe there is evidence the ex-prime minister committed ‘misfeasance in public office’.

The legal team has gone through the 2.6million-word, 12-volume Chilcot Report into the invasion of Iraq with a fine-tooth comb for the past eight months.

They now conclude there is a strong case Mr Blair misled Parliament to justify the catastrophic 2003 war, which cost the lives of 179 UK personnel.

The development comes after it emerged that the Attorney General is seeking to block a separate attempt to bring legal action against the former prime minister over the conflict.’

Read more: We CAN put Blair in the dock over the Iraq War, say lawyers: Barristers for bereaved families say there is evidence he committed ‘misfeasance in public office’

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‘Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has claimed victory in a referendum granting him sweeping new powers, hailing the result as an “historic decision”.

The leader called on the international community to respect the result and discouraged his critics from “belittling” the outcome, saying they “shouldn’t try, it will be in vain”.

The state-run Anadolu news agency claimed that 51 per cent per cent of voters had sided with the “Yes” campaign, ushering in the most radical change to the country’s political system in modern times.’

Read more: Turkey’s President Erdogan claims victory in vote to give him sweeping new powers – but opposition cries foul

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‘The Attorney General has launched a legal bid to throw out an attempt to haul Tony Blair to court over the war in Iraq.

Tory MP Jeremy Wright, the government’s top law officer, intervened after a judge ruled last November that the ex-Prime Minister had ‘immunity’ from criminal prosecution over the 2003 conflict and that any case would involve disclosing details under the Official Secrets Act.

The district judge, Michael Snow, threw out a bid by General Abdul-Wahid Shannan ar-Ribat, former chief of staff of the Iraqi Army, to convict the former Labour premier for the crime of ‘aggression’.

The former senior officer, who is now living in exile, also wants then foreign secretary Jack Straw and Lord Goldsmith, the attorney general at the time, tried in a British court.’

Read more: Attorney General to go to court to BLOCK prosecution of Tony Blair over the Iraq war after families of dead servicemen brought case against him because he ‘misled Parliament’