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RT America -- January 29, 2018

FBI’s #2 McCabe resigns

Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe stepped down on Monday, amid accusations of pro-Clinton bias and claims he was the “Andy” mentioned in one of agent Peter Strzok’s more troubling text messages. RT America’s Dan Cohen has the story.

Give ‘power of the purse’ back to Congress – fmr congressman
President Donald Trump is expected to propose a major infrastructure bill during his State of the Union address. Former congressman Jim Moran (D-Virginia) points out that the plan lacks both environmental and labor protections and that the poorest parts of the US will not be able to afford their share of the cost.

‘Davos Trump’ is what’s needed at State of the Union – Bart Chilton
‘Boom Bust’ host Bart Chilton joins “News with Ed” to discuss the recent meeting of the World Economic forum in Davos, Switzerland. He says he changed his mind about the presidency and gives Trump an overall “A” for his conduct at the event.

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