Populist Morning Report | Illegal Immigrant Acquitted In Kate Steinle Murder

This Morning’s Fault Lines Highlights This morning we spoke with Susan Pai about North Korea and her family’s history escaping from the country. We spoke with Joel Segal about his experience as an aide working with John Conyers. Former NSA whistleblower Bill Binney talked to us about a meeting he had with potential future Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and how this meeting, along with the ‘DNC hacking’ story, have been covered by the media. We also spoke with longtime Alabama reporter Paul Gattis about Roy Moore and the Alabama Senate race, and Michael Krieger from LibertyBlitzkrieg.com about the rise of Bitcoin and recent turmoil in Trump’s cabinet. Burst Your Media Bubble: Top Stories As Reported Here’s the way the left, right and foreign press are presenting the news today. NPR Senate Republicans ran into problems yesterday with their tax overhaul legislation and leaders hope to hold a vote on the tax package today. The most immediate challenge they face is convincing Republicans like Bob Corker of TN and Jeff Flake of AZ that this tax cut won’t blow a bigger hole in the deficit and national debt. The Senate committee is opening a preliminary investigation into Senator Al Franken D-MN. Several women have alleged him of sexual misconduct. A spokesman for Democratic Congressman John Conyers says he is in the hospital recovering from a stress-related ailment. He has...

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