In other news, EPA administrator Scott Pruitt's staff were reportedly caught trying to plant negatives stories about Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to divert attention away from Pruitt's scandals.
I don't think Zinke needs help with negative stories.
Meanwhile, the Trump regime has frozen funding for Syria's White Helmets, the humanitarian group that rescues people from Assad's slaughter house.
It's not mentioned in ABC's story, but the White Helmets have been targeted by Assad, Putin, and even useful idiots and conspiracy theorists (on the left and right) here in the US. They say the White Helmets, which are equivalent to our Red Cross, are responsible for chemical attacks, not Assad.
Finally, the crab industry says they've lost nearly half of their workforce because of Trump's limits on immigration and visas.
“This is going to cause the price of crab meat to go out of sight,” said Harry Phillips, owner of Russell Hall Seafood on Hoopers Island. “There’s not going to be hardly any Maryland crab meat.
“It looks like it’s a matter of time before they’re going to shut all of us down.” [...]
“Companies that have been relying on this system for 25 years suddenly have no workers,” said Bill Seiling, director of the Chesapeake Bay Seafood Industries Association. “It’s totally unfair and irrational, really.”
Are we great yet?