"...Trump doesn't actually embody any of the values he's harkening back to. Faith? He panders to the religious far right but claims he's never even asked God for forgiveness. Family? He has flouted his marriage vows with porn stars and is accused by multiple women...of sexual harassment and worse."
In related news fake Catholics will continue to pretend they are pro-life while supporting Trump.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has indicated interest in questioning President Donald Trump about his dismissals of former FBI Director James Comey and former national security adviser Michael Flynn, two sources familiar with the matter told CNN. The sources cautioned against presuming the President would sit down with Mueller in the next few weeks, saying there is much to be negotiated still. One source said the form of the interview is still in preliminary discussion. Trump's attorneys would like the President's answers to come in written form only, but recognize it could end up being more of a combination of written and in-person interviews, or even solely an interview. The Washington Post first reported on Mueller's interest in questioning Trump on Tuesday. read more
"I spent my entire adult life looking out for the well-being, the training, the equipping of the troops for whom I was responsible. I will not be lectured about what our military needs by a five-deferment draft dodger," Duckworth said on Saturday.
With fewer than 95 days left before they run dry, Cape Town might become the first major city in the world to run out of water. The coastal South African city has been battling droughts for nearly three years, amounting to the worst one in their history. It's now seriously reaching crunch time. With little rain on the horizon, the city has now ordered its 3.7 million residents to drastically cut their water consumption, take short stop-start showers, not wash their cars, and flush toilets as little as possible. If they don't, all of their taps could be shut off by April.