In other news, former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the Netanyahu government routinely fed Trump misinformation, forcing Trump's advisers to show him that he was being played.
"They did that with the president on a couple of occasions, to persuade him that ‘We’re the good guys, they’re the bad guys,’" Tillerson said, according to the Harvard Gazette. "We later exposed it to the president so he understood, ‘You’ve been played.’”
He cautioned that skepticism is necessary when dealing with Netanyahu, whom Tillerson called "a bit Machiavellian."
Meanwhile, the Trump regime is threatening to cut funding for the University of North Carolina and Duke University's Middle East studies program because it's too positive toward Islam.
Why is the Trump regime threatening free speech on campus? huh?
Finally, Boris Johson could suspend parliament a second time if Britain's supreme court rules against his first suspension. Boris didn't rule it out when explicitly asked if he would.