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Steve Schmidt Unleashes Epic Twitter Thread Against “Rotten, Entitled, Spoiled, Mean, Bully” Meghan McCain

The Insider reports: John McCain’s former campaign manager Steve Schmidt vented about the late senator’s daughter on Twitter, describing Meghan McCain as “a bully, entitled, unaccomplished, spoiled and mean.” Her tantrums and antics, Schmidt alleged in an 11-part Twitter thread, left the veteran senator “appalled and embarrassed” by his daughter during his 2008 campaign trail. According to the Washington Examiner, …

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CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

Variety reports: Fred Savage, who serves as a director and executive producer on ABC’s “The Wonder Years,” has been fired due to the findings of an investigation about his conduct on set. Multiple employees complained about Savage’s behavior while working on “The Wonder Years,” a reboot of the ’80s-’90s series of the same name that starred Savage. The nature of …

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Sinn Fein Party Wins Control In Northern Ireland

The Associated Press reports: The Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein, which seeks unification with Ireland, hailed a “new era” Saturday for Northern Ireland as it captured the largest number of seats in the Northern Ireland Assembly for the first time in a historic win. With almost all votes counted from Thursday’s local U.K. election, Sinn Fein secured 27 of the …

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Christian “Cult” Exposed At Florida High School [VIDEO]

Orlando’s ABC News affiliate reports: Channel 9 is learning more about an alleged “cult-like” secret society operating within Leesburg High School involving both faculty and students. Records show it was started as some kind of religious group by two school employees and a few former students. Gabriel Fielder has requested a chance to resign in lieu of termination after a …

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Ohio Dems Sue Gov. Mike DeWine Over Bribery Scandal

Columbus’s PBS affiliate reports: The Ohio Democratic Party has filed a lawsuit against Gov. Mike DeWine’s administration, saying they’re breaking the state’s public records law in turning over documents with information blacked out. Democrats are searching for connections between DeWine and two FirstEnergy executives who admitted bribing former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder. The company agreed to a $230 million …

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Generic Poll Shows Voters Prefer Pro-Choice Democrats Over Anti-Abortion Republican Candidates By 13 Points

Yahoo News reports: A new Yahoo News/YouGov poll, one of the first to be conducted entirely after the leak of Justice Samuel Alito’s controversial draft opinion, suggests that Republicans risk overplaying their hand on abortion ahead of the 2022 midterms — and that Democrats could benefit if the hot-button issue is on the ballot. The survey of 1,577 U.S. adults, …

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GOP Senate Candidate Roasts Trump For Backing Oz

Axios reports: Dave McCormick, who privately lobbied hard to win former President Trump’s blessing, is going after Trump for backing Dr. Oz in the country’s hottest current race — the Pennsylvania GOP race for U.S. Senate. Trump slammed McCormick Friday night at a rally in Pennsylvania. Now McCormick is punching back in an ad you’re seeing first on Axios — …

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Reuters: Putin To Send “Doomsday” Warning To West

Reuters reports: President Vladimir Putin will send a “doomsday” warning to the West when he leads celebrations on Monday marking the 77th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s victory over Nazi Germany, brandishing Russia’s vast firepower while its forces fight on in Ukraine. Defiant in the face of deep Western isolation since he ordered the invasion of Russia’s neighbour, Putin will …

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October Court Date Set For Cawthorn In Gun Incident

Asheville’s ABC News affiliate reports: A court date has been set for Congressman Madison Cawthorn where TSA found a loaded handgun in his bag at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The incident occurred April 26. TSA agents alerted police about the gun. Cawthorn was issued a citation for possession of a dangerous weapon on city property, which is a misdemeanor. …

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