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    White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday that President Biden "will not spend too much time" watching former President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial, maintaining that he will leave the "pace, process and mechanics" of the proceedings up to the Senate. Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial is set to begin on Tuesday, after the House on Jan. 13 voted for a second time to impeach him—this time on charges of inciting an insurrection ahead of and during the Capitol riot on Jan. 6. TRUMP IMPEACHMENT CONVICTION? 'ZERO CHANCE,' REPUBLICANS SAY AS DEMOCRATS MOVE FORWARD WITH CASE Biden and the White House have been pressed repeatedly for comments on impeachment, but Psaki, during the White House press briefing on Monday, said the president will be "pretty busy" and has a "full schedule this week." "He will not spend too much time watching the proceedings at any time over the course of...
    U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 Summit, Friday, July 7, 2017, in Hamburg.AP Photo/Evan Vucci Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.President Joe Biden said he would stop Donald Trump from continuing to receive classified intelligence briefings now that he is out of office, saying that Trump’s behavior was “erratic” and worried him. Former presidents are allowed to receive classified intelligence briefings, mainly as a courtesy and to allow them to chime in with advice if it’s needed. While all of the living former presidents receive at least some briefings, Trump now will not. Biden told CBS News that he didn’t see the value in letting Trump continue to receive classified information. “What impact does he have at all, other than the fact he might...
    Madison Summers February 6, 2021 0 Comments President Joe Biden is slapping the idea of President Donald Trump receiving intelligence briefings. When asked by CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell during an exclusive interview if Trump should still receive intelligence briefings, Biden responded, “I think not.” Biden continued to note he believes that “because of his erratic behavior unrelated to the insurrection.” Watch Biden’s interview below: Asked whether former Pres. Trump should still receive intelligence briefings, Pres. Biden tells @NorahODonnell “I think not.”Pres. Biden says it’s “because of his erratic behavior unrelated to the insurrection.” pic.twitter.com/i30xIHkQzl— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) February 6, 2021 Asked what his worst fear is if Trump continues to receive intelligence briefings, Biden said, “I’d rather not speculate out loud,” adding, “I just think that there’s no need for him to have the intelligence briefing.” Biden asked, “What value is giving him an intelligence briefing? What...
    Loading the player... President Joe Biden said Friday that Donald Trump’s “erratic behavior” should prevent him from receiving classified intelligence briefings, a courtesy that historically has been granted to outgoing presidents. Asked in an interview with CBS News what he feared if Trump continued to receive the briefings, Biden said he did not want to “speculate out loud” but made clear he did not want Trump to continue getting them. “I just think that there is no need for him to have the intelligence briefings,” Biden said. “What value is giving him an intelligence briefing? What impact does he have at all, other than the fact he might slip and say something?” President Joe Biden speaks with reporters after stepping off Air Force One at New Castle Airport in New Castle, Del., Friday, Feb. 5, 2021. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) White House press secretary Jen Psaki said earlier this week...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Friday that Donald Trump’s “erratic behavior” should prevent him from receiving classified intelligence briefings, a courtesy that historically has been granted to outgoing presidents. Asked in an interview with CBS News what he feared if Trump continued to receive the briefings, Biden said he did not want to “speculate out loud” but made clear he did not want Trump to continue getting them. “I just think that there is no need for him to have the intelligence briefings,” Biden said. “What value is giving him an intelligence briefing? What impact does he have at all, other than the fact he might slip and say something?” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said earlier this week that the issue of granting Trump intelligence briefings was “something that is under review.” Some Democratic lawmakers, and even some former Trump administration officials, have questioned the wisdom...
    President Joe Biden said that his predecessor President Donald Trump should not get intelligence briefings in the future during an interview that aired Friday. Traditionally, American presidents receive some intelligence briefings after they have left office. But Biden said he believed that the practice should end with Trump, citing his “erratic behavior.” Biden commented on the issue in an interview with CBS anchor Norah O’Donnell. From the transcript: NORAH O’DONNELL: Should former President Trump still receive intelligence briefings? PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: I think not. NORAH O’DONNELL: Why not? PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: Because of his erratic behavior unrelated to the insurrection. NORAH O’DONNELL: I mean, you’ve called him an existential threat. You’ve called him dangerous. You’ve called him reckless. PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: Yeah, I have. And I believe it. NORAH O’DONNELL: What’s your worst fear if he continues to get these intelligence briefings? PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: I’d rather not speculate out...
    PRESIDENT Joe Biden says his predecessor Donald Trump should not receive intelligence briefings because his "erratic behaviour" might lead him to let secrets "slip". In an interview on “CBS Evening News With Norah O’Donnell,” Biden said there was "no need" for Trump to be privy to the classified information, as is typical after a president leaves office. 2Biden says there's "no need" for Trump to continue receiving intel.Credit: Reuters 2Biden cited Trump's "erratic behavior" as the reason for his stance.Credit: AP:Associated Press “I just think that there is no need for him to have the intelligence briefings," Biden said. "What value is giving him an intelligence briefing? What impact does he have at all, other than the fact he might slip and say something?” Biden cited Trump's "erratic behaviour unrelated to the insurrection" as a cause for concern. The White House has been reviewing whether the former president, now...
    Former President Donald Trump should stop receiving the top secret intelligence briefings afforded to most presidents once out of office, President Joe Biden told CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell on Friday. Biden reportedly made the comments in an interview with O’Donnell that will air in full before the Super Bowl on Sunday. He said Trump’s “erratic behavior” should disqualify him from receiving the briefings. As president, Biden does have the authority to stop Trump’s briefings, something Trump himself reportedly considered doing to President Barack Obama. (RELATED: Space Force Has ‘Full Support’ Of Biden Administration, White House Clarifies) “Should former President Trump still receive intelligence briefings?” O’Donnell asked. “I think not,” Biden responded. When asked to explain, Biden said it was due to Trump’s “erratic behavior unrelated to the insurrection.” “What’s your worst fear if he continues to get these intelligence briefings,” O’Donnell pressed. “I’d rather not speculate out loud,” Biden responded....
    President Joe Biden told CBS Evening News anchor Norah O’Donnell that Donald Trump should no longer receive classified intelligence briefings now that he’s no longer president, citing his “erratic behavior.” During the new president’s first network TV interview, Biden directly answered a question about whether or not the intelligence community should keep briefing Trump. The practice of extending these briefings beyond a president’s official term of office is not stipulated by any government statute, but is a courtesy that all previous ex-presidents have been granted in some form. Turning from the debate over Trump’s upcoming Senate impeachment trial for inciting insurrection, O’Donnell asked: “Let me ask you, then, something you do have oversight of as president. Should former President Trump still receive intelligence briefings?” “I think not,” Biden answered. “Why not?” “Because of his erratic behavior, unrelated to the insurrection,” Biden explained. Throughout his presidency, Trump enjoyed a prickly relationship with the U.S. intelligence community and often displayed a stunningly...
    Joe Biden has said Donald Trump should not receive intel briefings now he has left the White House because his 'erratic behavior' means 'he might slip and say something'. The president was asked by CBS Evening News Friday night if he believes his predecessor should receive the briefings. 'I think not,' he said. When asked why, Biden said: 'Because of his erratic behavior unrelated to the insurrection.' 'What value is giving him an intelligence briefing? What impact does he have at all, other than he might slip and say something?' Joe Biden has said Donald Trump should not receive intel briefings now he has left the White House because his 'erratic behavior' means 'he might slip and say something'
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Joe Biden does not believe former President Donald Trump should have access to intelligence briefings because of his "erratic behavior," Biden said in an interview released on Friday. "I think not," Biden said when asked by CBS Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell if Trump should get the briefings. "Because of his erratic behavior unrelated to the insurrection," Biden said, referring to the Jan. 6 raid on the U.S. Capitol by Trump's supporters. (Reporting by Jeff Mason; Editing by Leslie Adler) Copyright 2021 Thomson Reuters. Tags: United States
    Donald Trump launched a four-page personal tirade against James Comey in a draft of the his letter firing the FBI chief, it emerged Monday. The unsent letter was examined by Robert Mueller's special counsel inquiry, but was never sent to Comey, who was fired in May 2017.  Parts of its contents were revealed by ABC News, who said it had been leaked by sources connected to the Mueller probe. Under normal circumstances such a high-profile leak could lead to an investigation, but its contents were revealed 48 hours before Trump leaves office. Trump in the end sent Comey a one-page letter of dismissal, with an accompanying one-page letter from then attorney general Jeff Sessions and a three-page memo from then deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein.  The original draft, which was written by aide Stephen Miller after extensive dictation from Trump and research by Miller, then repeatedly edited by the president himself, was...
    Monday, Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) agreed with MSNBC “Andrea Mitchell Reports” host Andrea Mitchell that President Donald Trump’s behavior has been “erratic” when it comes to the coronavirus stimulus bill. Trump has been fighting to increase the stimulus check payout to individuals from $600 to $2,000. Kinzinger said he believes Trump has been “more focused in grievances than finishing out strong.” “Maybe he was watching you yesterday because you made a strong argument against him, you know, either vetoing the bill or sitting on the bill. At this stage, how desperate the economic situation is for Americans. His behavior has certainly been not just unprecedented and norm-breaking but erratic,” Mitchell posed to the lawmaker from Illinois. “Yes, it’s definitely been erratic at the end here,” Kinzinger replied. “I think he’s more focused on grievances than finishing out strong. The NDAA — the veto of that makes no sense, but hopefully,...
    Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) went after President Donald Trump’s recent “erratic” behavior while on Monday’s Andrea Mitchel Reports, bashing him for his wavering stance on the Covid-19 relief bill. MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell noted that Kinzinger condemned Trump’s “nonsensical reasons” for initially blocking the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) — adding that the president may have been watching his CNN interview, as he finally signed the bill on Sunday night. “His behavior has certainly been not just unprecedented and norm-breaking but erratic,” she added. “It’s definitely been erratic at the end here. I think he’s more focused on grievances than finishing out strong,”  The NDAA, veto of that makes no sense, but hopefully, we override that. Section 230, if you have a real issue with Section 230, that’s fine but the defense bill isn’t the place to deal with it. That’s through the Energy and Commerce Committee and others. We have 20-some days left, we...
    The fate of the omnibus bill and the covid relief it includes are up in the air, since President Donald Trump has not signed it, and while he has not explicitly threatened a veto, he’s railed against some of the spending in the omnibus package and is calling for $2000 in direct payments instead of $600. And with the nation up against several important deadlines — per multiple reports unemployment benefits lapsed as of today — some Republicans are publicly pushing for Trump to sign the bill now. On Fox News Sunday, Senator Pat Toomey (R- PA) said bluntly, “You don’t get everything you want even if you’re the president of the United States.” Toomey said the covid relief measures are “really, really important,” and said unemployment benefits/PPP loans are still needed — adding, “I understand the president would like to send bigger checks everybody. I think what he ought to...
    Republican Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey said President Donald Trump will be known for “chaos and misery and erratic behavior” if he refuses to sign the coronavirus stimulus bill. While the latest COVID-19 aid package passed Congress on Dec. 21 after months of negotiations, Trump threw a curveball into the mix on Tuesday when he demanded that the $600 in direct payments be expanded to $2,000. During an appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” Toomey called the measures included in the bill “really, really important” and suggested that the fact that Trump hasn’t explicitly stated he would veto the legislation was a “hopeful sign.” WATCH: “I understand the president would like to send bigger checks to everybody,” Toomey told guest-host Mike Emanuel. “I think what he ought to do is sign this bill and then make the case. Congress can pass another bill. I don’t agree with $2,000 to people who...
    Republican Senator Pat Toomey said Sunday morning Donald Trump will be remembered as a president of 'chaos and misery and erratic behavior' if he doesn't sign the $900 billion coronavirus relief bill by midnight.  'You don't always get what you want, even if you are the president of the United States,' the Pennsylvania senator said in reference to Trump's demand for $2,000 stimulus checks.  Toomey said during his interview with 'Fox News Sunday' that he opposes the president's proposed increase of direct checks to $2,000 from the $600 price tag already included in the most recent bipartisan coronavirus relief legislation.  'I understand the president would like to send bigger checks to everybody,' Toomey said. 'I think what he ought to do is sign this bill and then make the case.' 'I don't agree with $2,000 to people who have had no lost income whatsoever, but the president's free to make...
    Sen. Pat ToomeyPatrick (Pat) Joseph ToomeyGovernment used Patriot Act to gather website visitor logs in 2019 Appeals court rules NSA's bulk phone data collection illegal Dunford withdraws from consideration to chair coronavirus oversight panel MORE (R-Pa.) on Sunday urged President TrumpDonald TrumpPost office to be named after oldest Pearl Harbor veteran Federal agents search residence in Antioch in connection with Nashville explosion Sunday shows preview: COVID-19 relief waiting on Trump's signature; government continues vaccine roll out MORE to sign the coronavirus aid package that has passed Congress, warning the president’s legacy is at stake. “You don’t get everything you want, even if you’re president of the United States,” Toomey said on “Fox News Sunday.” “I think the COVID relief measures are really, really important.” “In my state, as in many other states, we have governors who are closing down businesses again,” he added. Toomey called it a “hopeful sign” that Trump...
    (CNN)It turns out there are no silent nights in the Trump era.Even in the lead-up to Christmas, even in humiliating loss, even as Americans attempt reflection on what has been, for many, the worst year of their lives, President Donald Trump seems bent on maintaining an unrelenting pace of norm-smashing as his term concludes.No one expected him to fade quietly into retirement. And no one, at this point, is particularly obliged to pay attention — a fact Trump seems very aware of as he desperately seeks to grasp hold of the spotlight for however long it will shine, even as his staff is provided instructions for boxing up their desks and cleaning out their microwaves.The effect is a president more erratic than ever. Though he has all but disappeared from public view, Trump is wielding what executive powers he has left to rancorous effect, ensuring his presence is felt even...
    Tony Schwartz, Trump whisperer and co-author of The Art of the Deal, described how a “white hot rage” over losing the 2020 election is likely fueling the president’s increasingly chaotic and deranged behavior, from pushing insane election fraud conspiracies to rushing out pardons of his confidantes to abruptly blowing up critical legislation on Covid relief. During an appearance on Anderson Cooper 360 on Wednesday night, Schwartz explained how the tag of “loser” is haunting everything Donald Trump does in the final few weeks of his presidency. “He’s determined that, the Trump modus operandi, particular under these circumstances is ‘Maintain dominance in my way I possibly can and make other people suffer more than I am suffering,'” Schwartz told guest host John Berman in reaction to the news of Trump’s controversial pardons of his former campaign officials Paul Manafort and Roger Stone as well as Jared Kushner’s father. “I don’t think Donald Trump has any interest in $2,000 for Americans,” Schwartz added about Trump’s last-minute...
    Televangelist Pat Robertson acknowledged on Monday’s 700 Club that President-elect Joe Biden won, predicted “we’ll be seeing a President Kamala Harris not too long after the inauguration of President Biden,” and said it’s time for President Trump to concede and retire from politics. Robertson, a leading voice of the religious right since the 1980s, has generally — though not always — backed Trump, along with most other prominent evangelical Christian leaders. Trump is ramping up an increasingly fringy last-ditch effort to stay in office, but he’s losing allies fast. Bill Barr, Pat Robertson, Mitch McConnell, and Vladimir Putin have all bailed on Trump in the past week. — Windsor Mann (@WindsorMann) December 22, 2020 After conceding that Biden will take office and predicting he will either die or resign before too long, Robertson said “it would be a mistake” for Trump to run again in 2024. “My money would be...
    Televangelist Pat Robertson said on Monday’s broadcast of “The 700 Club” that “erratic” President Donald Trump needed to “move on” and not run for president in 2024. When asked if Trump should run in 2024, Robertson said, “I think it is a sideshow. I think it will be a mistake. My money would be on Nikki Haley. She would make a tremendous candidate. With all his talent and the ability to raise money and grow large crowds, the president still lives in an alternate reality. He really does. People say he lies about this, that, and the other. To him, that is the truth. He had the biggest crowd on Inauguration Day. He had more people than ever. He was the most popular. He saved NBC with ‘The Apprentice,’ go down the line of things that really aren’t true. People kept pointing to them.” He continued, “Because they loved him so much, he...
    Bradley Cortright December 21, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump is still trying to overturn the results of the election. However, his supporters in Congress and on television are starting to acknowledge President-elect Joe Biden as the winner of the election.  During a segment of “The 700 Club” on Monday, televangelist Pat Robertson addressed Trump’s continued efforts to alter the election outcome. He urged Trump to “move on” from his election loss.  “I think it’s all over. I think the Electoral College has spoken,” he said, adding, “And I don’t the Supreme Court is going to move in to do anything. And I think we’re going to see a President Biden. And I also think we’ll be seeing a Kamala Harris not too long after the inauguration of President Biden.” Robertson went on to claim Trump “lives in an alternate reality.” “With all his talent and the ability to raise money and grow large crowds,...
    Pat Robertson thinks that President Donald Trump is being “erratic” and needs to move on from his “alternate reality” about the election. Yes, that Pat Robertson. Even Pat Robertson thinks this is going too far. Back in October, Roberton said God told him Trump would win. He encouraged people to get out and vote before adding, “It’s going to lead to civil unrest, and then a war against Israel and so forth.” Even after the election was called for Joe Biden, Robertson still publicly said “it isn’t over yet.” But on Monday, in a segment first flagged by Right Wing Watch, after The 700 Club aired a report about Trump considering a 2024 run, Robertson actually said, “With all his talent and the ability to raise money and grow large crowds, the president still lives in an alternate reality. He really does. People say, ‘Well, he lies about this, that,...
    (CNN)Over the weekend, President Donald Trump issued a fusillade of falsehoods -- from erroneous claims about voting machines changing votes to unfounded claims that he actually won the election. His Twitter feed read like the a delusional conspiracy theorist. He continued to play golf and, well, not do much else.Surely this increasingly erratic behavior -- particularly concerning the necessary transition to the oncoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden -- would lead Republican elected officials to step in, en masse, to condemn him and insist that the time has come for him to step aside? Right? RIGHT?!?!Uh, wrong."We invited every single Republican senator to appear here on @MeetThePress this morning," NBC's Chuck Todd said Sunday morning. "They all declined."In fact, according to Sunday show guests aggregated by Politico, there wasn't a single Republican member of Congress -- senator or House members -- on the major shows on any network. (The only...
    LITTLE People Big World star Jacob Roloff has branded his brother's views of the media as "erratic" as the pair entered into a passionate debate. Jeremy Roloff, a Trump supporter, branded the mainstream media the "enemy of the people", which sparked a series of replies from Jacob. 12Jeremy called the media the "enemy of the state"Credit: INSTAGRAM 12Jacob hit back and criticized his brother for the wordsCredit: Refer to Caption "As a self-styled free thinker it is bizarre to repeat populist slogans so assuredly," he wrote in reply. "While no media outlet can or will ever be perfect, a full-throated demonizing of ‘the media’ is lazy and, again, only serves the populist politics you happen to support; not a 'truth', a slogan." As others began to involve themselves, Jeremy replied to a user who claimed to be in the media and that everyone knew it was "corrupt." "Chad, totally agree....
    (CNN)President Donald Trump has abandoned work on providing economic aid to Americans devasted by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Businesses, families, and workers desperate for assistance will have to wait until after the election, "when, immediately after I win, we will pass a major Stimulus Bill that focuses on hardworking Americans and Small Business," he announced on Twitter Tuesday. Trump's statement, which sent the stock market plunging, was just the latest in a series of abrupt and cavalier moves made in a 24-hour period that began Monday afternoon when the President revealed he would depart the Walter Reed medical center following three days of hospitalization for Covid-19 treatment. After disembarking from the Marine One presidential helicopter, he lumbered up exterior stairs so that he could pose on the White House balcony and salute for the cameras, looking like the stereotype of a military dictator. He did this twice, presumably...
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    (CNN)A defiant President Donald Trump is chasing his own political goals while ignoring the human and economic toll of the pandemic, with his super spreader White House in chaos and top Pentagon generals in quarantine.With uncertainty still clouding official bulletins of the President's condition as he battles Covid-19, there is increasing bewilderment in Washington at some of his tone deaf and erratic moves since leaving the hospital on Monday. Trump suddenly blew up congressional negotiations on a Covid-19 economic rescue package. And in a fresh assault on public health strategies needed to quell a now-accelerating pandemic, Trump claimed falsely that it was no worse than the flu, as he portrays himself as a hero leader who conquered the virus.Key countries with fewer new cases of coronavirus than the White House in past 24 hoursAustralia: 13 Thailand: 10 Bhutan: 1 New Zealand: 3 Vietnam: 1 Papau New Guinea 1 Mongolia; 1...
    Robert Cardillo, former deputy director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and director of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, spoke out against President TrumpDonald John TrumpSteele Dossier sub-source was subject of FBI counterintelligence probe Pelosi slams Trump executive order on pre-existing conditions: It 'isn't worth the paper it's signed on' Trump 'no longer angry' at Romney because of Supreme Court stance MORE Friday in an op-ed published in the Denver Post. “Since I have been eligible to vote, I have never registered with a political party. I remain an independent with a history of voting for candidates I believe in — I focused on their policy and not their party,” wrote Cardillo, who served as an intelligence official for six different presidents.  “Before this election, I have never spoken out for or against a candidate for any office. But I can be silent no longer.” Cardillo said that broadly speaking he can “attest...
    The White House has gone on the attack against Melania Trump's former friend who has written a tell-all book on the first lady, calling her 'mean' and 'abusive.' The charge came after an excerpt appeared from Stephanie Winston Wolkoff's forthcoming memoir 'Melania & Me.' In it, she claimed that Melania Trump plotted to keep Ivanka Trump out of the photos of President Donald Trump taking the oath of office on Inauguration Day with her 'Operation Block Ivanka.' Wolkoff, who was a special contract employee to the first lady in the early days of the Trump administration, left the East Wing in February 2018 amid questions about her role on the inauguration planning committee.   An administration official told DailyMail.com that Wolkoff was a 'disaster' in the first lady's office - which has less than two dozen staff - and 'took advantage' of Melania Trump. 'Stephanie was a complete disaster in her temporary role at...
    According to a Friday report from The New York Times, President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign is “paralyzed” by the commander-in-chief’s “erratic behavior” and struggling to overcome internal rifts. Trump’s polling numbers have been plummeting for months, as the federal government grappled to deal with the devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic. In addition, the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee Joe Biden has emerged as a clear favorite to win the White House, after surging in nationwide and battleground states. Recent private Republican polls reportedly show that the commander-in-chief is “struggling” in conservative states such as Kansas, Montana and Georgia. According to the report, some of aides have resorted to distorting the numbers in order to appease the president. “One Republican official who is in frequent contact with the campaign expressed incredulity at how some aides willfully distort the electoral landscape to mollify Mr. Trump, recalling one conversation in which they assured...
    Former White House national security adviser John Bolton defended his scathing critique of President Donald Trump as an “erratic” leader, willing to undercut American security to improve his reelection prospects, during a VOA interview on Wednesday. “I think the way he makes decisions is dangerous,” Bolton told Greta Van Susteren, host of "Plugged in," a Voice of America television program that examines U.S. and foreign policy issues. Sorry, but your browser cannot support embedded video of this type, you can download this video to view it offline. Download File 360p | 175 MB 480p | 252 MB 540p | 290 MB 720p | 505 MB 1080p | 1,075 MB Original | 1,198 MB Embed Copy Download Audio Compilation of lies Bolton is promoting his new, highly controversial memoir, The Room Where It Happened, about his time in the Trump administration. In the book, Bolton, a longtime foreign policy hawk who...
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