White House in meltdown after letting Wolff in the door

Remember yesterday? Excerpts from Fire and Fury,  reporter Michael Wolff’s inside account of the Trump Administration’s first year dominated the news with former White House strategist Steve Bannon’s claim that Team Trump committed treason by meeting with Russians to dig up dirt on Hillary Clinton. Trump struck back, of course, because that’s what he does. Well, welcome to today. The White House is in meltdown. Many people are saying that our President is losing it, or has already lost it. Staffers’ personal cellphones are banned; Donald Trump has lawyered up against Bannon and now, it appears, Wolff. And … here comes another blow, via The Hollywood Reporter. “You Can’t Make This S— Up”: My Year Inside Trump’s Insane White House Wolff writes: The…

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Mocking Milo: Marked-up manscript is publisher’s evidence in lawsuit

The editors didn’t like right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos’s Milo ‘s book much, and it shows in the comments. The manuscript, with all those editor’s marks, was filed as evidence by Simon and Schuster to prove that  Milo’s autobiography, Dangerous, was unpublishable. In July, Yiannopoulos self-published “Dangerous” and then sued Simon & Schuster for $10 million for canceling the book. Since then, the two parties have been battling things out in a New York State court. It’s quite bad. Here’s one take in the Washington Post.  And what’s a pile-on without hearing from HuffPost? This entire paragraph is just repeating Fake News,” Ivers noted alongside a bizarre section on witchcraft, blood, semen and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. “This is what people say about you,” Ivers said next…

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Julian Assange has deleted his Twitter account

It’s gone. Deleted. Not suspended. Just not there. Gizmodo has the most on it right now: For reasons unknown, the official Twitter account of Julian Assange, the leader of disgraced transparency organization Wikileaks, has been deleted. The Internet Archive—or someone availing themselves of its services—appears to have been preserving snapshots of Assange’s account once every hour since September 18th of this year. Based on that information, it’s likely the @JulianAssange account was deleted between 4am and 5am GMT.

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Tomi Lahren snowflakes out over Obama, Christmas

Tomi Lahren complained about this pic making the rounds on Twitter. Because everybody thinks Obama stole Christmas. But he didn’t, really.  And she got a response she should have known was coming, but probably didn’t   Enough said.

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