In other news, the Trump regime has formally rescinded the Obama-era guidelines for colleges investigating sexual assault. It's pro-rape regime.
Meanwhile, foreign tourism to the United States since Trump's inauguration has dropped by $2.7 billion.
Finally, the Wall Street Journal reports that a Ukrainian billionaire with ties to the Kremlin is among those funding Trump's legal defense in the Russian interference probe.
I was going to write one more post this evening but, as it turns out, going to a gastro-pub for lunch will completely kick your ass. I am a zombie. So, here are some other stories I didn't get to this week:
The Navajo Nation says it will file a lawsuit against the Trump regime if they try to shrink the Bears Ears National Monument.
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling says the government shouldn't provide flood insurance because God is telling people to move.
American families living in South Korea were startled this morning then they received a (fake) message to evacuate the country. Counterintelligence officials are now investigating the message.
Buzzfeed found another Trump regime official using private jets for travel: Linda McMahon.
Some sadistic motherfuckers at Border Patrol arrested two parents at a hospital in Corpus Christi where their 2-month-old son was receiving critical surgery.
The Sanchezes' 48-hour odyssey with federal agents shows the lengths to which the Trump administration will go to round up people in the country illegally, whether they have a criminal record or not.
The Border Patrol followed the ambulance, the night of May 24, as it raced to Corpus through desolate ranchland, carrying Oscar, Irma and tiny Isaac — with an IV in his arm and a tube in his stomach. Once they arrived at Driscoll Children's Hospital, the green-uniformed agents never left the undocumented couple's side. Officers followed the father to the bathroom and the cafeteria and asked the mother to leave the door open when she breast-fed Isaac.
"Everywhere we went in the hospital," Oscar says, "they followed us."
Customs and Border Protection says it is required to monitor subjects in custody "at all times" and tried to do so at the hospital "in the least restrictive manner possible."
Moral questions aside, does this not seem like a obscene waste of man-hours and money? To have agents follow a family around a hospital.
Have a good weekend. I hope these agents have a miserable weekend.