In other news, Senator Dean Heller (R-NV) say he won't support the Senate GOP's Deathcare bill because of the Medicaid cuts. The odds of him of actually sticking to that are 50/50.
Meanwhile, a judge has fined Kris "Papers Please" Kobach $1,000 for lying about the contents of the anti-immigration crackdown plan he presented to Trump.
Finally, here's Schwarzenegger and "great leader" French President Emmanuel Macron very amusingly talking about making the planet "great again."
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) June 23, 2017
Here are a couple other stories I didn't get to this week:
Six people resigned from Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) because they believe Trump "simply does not care" about it.
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn did not disclose his lobbying for a Saudi-Russian nuclear energy deal. That's three countries (Russia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia) Flynn was lobbying for on the side.
The FBI reportedly fired Sebastian Gorka last year because his lectures on counterterrorism were really just foaming-at-the-mouth rants about Islam.
Gorka told attendees at the Joint Terrorism Operations Course, an introductory-level class for participants in the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force, that all Muslims adhere to Sharia law, which he said is in conflict with the U.S. Constitution and American democratic values. Officials familiar with his lecture said Gorka taught law-enforcement officials there is no such thing as mainstream Muslims—only those radicalized and those soon to be radicalized.
A judge has ruled that a lawsuit against a private immigrant detention company can proceed. Former detainees say inmates are forced to do jobs for $1 per day, enabling the company to skimp on hiring and rake in profits.
One of two jurors who dissented in the Bill Cosby rape case says he didn't trust Andrea Constand because she was asking for it.
“She was well-coached,” he said of Constand’s two days on the witness stand. “Let’s face it: She went up to his house with a bare midriff and incense and bath salts. What the heck?”
Now, I'm going to go sleep until Monday. Have a good weekend.