In other news, a Russian think tank controlled by Putin produced the plan to influence the 2016 election according to U.S. officials who spoke to Reuters. The latter stages of plan called for hyping accusations of "voter fraud" which Trump certainly did.
Meanwhile, the case of a DREAMer suing the Trump regime for deporting him will be handled by U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel, the so-called "Mexican judge" who Trump attacked during the 2016 campaign because he handled the Trump University case. Trump eventually settled.
Finally, the milk producers lobby says Trump's mass deportation plans could send the price of milk soaring to $8 per gallon. That would practically be Armageddon.
Jaime Castaneda, Senior Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and Trade Policy for the National Milk Producers Federation, says the price of a gallon of milk could possibly approach $8. Castaneda was part of a panel on immigration at the Consumer Federation of America’s National Food Policy Conference. He estimates 80 percent of the nation’s milk supply comes from dairy farms that employ foreign labor and states that, if there is a continued effort to remove workers, there will be a significant shortage of milk and higher prices. Castaneda states the nation’s dairy producers have high expectations that Congress could resolve the farm worker immigration problems. However, he adds, “We see what happened with the health insurance fiasco, with the probability of having something pass diminished.”
Here are some funny tweets:
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says Trump tax plan will pay for itself - by using up to $2-trillion in dynamic scoring
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) April 20, 2017
Trump on healthcare: The plan gets better and better and better and it's gotten really really good and a lot of people are liking it a lot.
— David Chalian (@DavidChalian) April 20, 2017
.@politico CHAFFETZ on a scandal coming: No. “I’ve been given more enemas by more people over the last eight years than you can possibly imagine."
— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) April 20, 2017
That's too much information, Mr. Chaffetz.