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President Trump personally signed off on the surprise phone checks conducted last week by White House press secretary Sean Spicer during an investigation into leaks, sources tell CNN.
Trump also approved Spicer’s decision to restrict several media outlets from a press briefing last week.
“Congressional Republicans on Monday panned Donald Trump’s call to finance a military buildup by slashing domestic agencies and ignoring entitlement programs — undermining the president’s budget even before it’s been finalized,” Politico reports.
“The consternation spanned the party’s ranks just one day before Trump addresses Congress for his first time Tuesday evening: House GOP fiscal hawks said it was ludicrous to think they’d pass a budget that did not address ballooning costs in Medicare and Social Security, the main drivers of the national debt.
“After studiously avoiding the event for six years, Andrew Cuomo finally made an appearance in Washington during the presidential showcase formally known as the National Governors Association winter meeting,” Politico reports.
“Cuomo, of course, insists that he’s not thinking about a presidential run in four years, even as he takes more steps to join the national conversation — in the days before the Washington trip, he urged congressional Democrats to ‘stand up’ and ‘fight’ to protect Obamacare.
If you slept in this morning, you might not realize they announced the wrong winner for Best Picture at last night's Academy Awards.
"The presenters had mistakenly been given the wrong category envelope." PwC apologized for the Oscars mix-up: https://t.co/pKk3r7swt7 pic.twitter.com/30kqoDjSTt
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 27, 2017
It wasn't the first time that has happened at the Oscars though.
Other #Oscars gaffes: Back in 1964, Sammy Davis Jr.
Tucker Carlson always manages to one-up himself in the "douchebag" category. The morning after 'Oscar-gate' Tucker brought his ever-popular "politics and entertainment shouldn't mix" meme to Trump's favorite fix of morning disinformation, Fox and Friends.
Because many on the award show made negative comments towards the so-called 'president.' Tucker Carlson felt obliged to bemoan the ideals that Hollywood espouses: racial inequality, education, and empathy.
I can't imagine a more overtly racist statement about Moonlight, the best picture winner, than Tucker's evil assessment of the film that was accidentally slighted.
CARLSON: I mean you knew that Moonlight had to win because you knew what the film was about and that's part of the problem with Hollywood: tons of really talented people; they're brilliant at making movies, but the second you feel a political imperative, it destroys your art.