In other news, it's possible Donald Trump's campaign manager Paul Manafort is still being paid by pro-Russian stooges in Ukraine.
Meanwhile, President Obama personally rebuked Donald Trump's attacks on the Khan family today. He didn't mention Trump by name, but it's clear.
Finally, federal prosecutors filed a 33-page trial brief detailing the case they will make against the Bundy militiamen who occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon.
The government's itemized list of 674 trial exhibits includes:
Ammon Bundy's notes of individuals' responsibilities at the refuge, documents from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service found on Shawna Cox's thumb drive, multiple text messages between Ammon Bundy and Pete Santilli, videos of defendants' meetings in the refuge bunkhouse, aerial surveillance of the refuge, a Facebook video of defendant Jason Blomgren firing weapons, a U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service sign that read "Area closed beyond this sign to reduce wildlife disturbance" damaged with "numerous apparent bullet holes,'' a video of defendant Sean Anderson firing at an airplane at the refuge, a federal firearms trace report of Ammon Bundy's Winchester 300 rifle and a transcript of Ammon Bundy's testimony on the witness stand during a detention hearing earlier this month.
The trail will begin next month.