In other news, we now have a better idea why Ukrainian authorities want to question Paul Manafort. They believe he laundered money for the party of former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych, a Putin stooge.
Meanwhile, the American gun industry has seen its sales numbers plummet now that the diabolical democrats are no longer coming to take their guns. There were 400,000 fewer background checks in February of this year compared to last year. Suckers.
Finally, a North Korean envoy told Reuters that his country will press forward with their program to develop a nuclear "pre-emptive first strike capability." This is not good. Tens of millions of people are already within their range in South Korea and Japan.
The conservative Americans for Prosperity, Club for Growth, and Heritage Foundation are key-voting NO on Trumpcare. So is AARP. If this passes on Thursday, it will be a squeaker decided by a small handful of votes.
Fired U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has joined New York University's law school.
Former Labor Department secretary nominee Andy Puzder is being replaced as the CEO of CKE (Hardee's/Carl's Jr). This is ultimately what happens to anyone who works with Trump. At some point or another.