Trump Impeachment Could Be Demanded By Powerful Congressional Black Caucus After Meeting Next Week

The Congressional Black Caucus will hold a meeting next week to discuss whether to call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Following Trump’s response to deadly violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month, the CBC chairman, Representative Cedric Richmond of Louisiana, said the 49-member caucus would have a discussion on Trump’s possible impeachment when Congress reconvened after the August recess.

Source: Trump Impeachment Could Be Demanded By Powerful Congressional Black Caucus After Meeting Next Week

Ty Cobb emails with Prankster about Business Insider Reporter

White House special counsel Ty Cobb engaged in a lengthy email exchange with a prankster posing as White House social media director Dan Scavino, during which Cobb asked whether there was “any drone time left” when discussing a Business Insider reporter he described as “insane.”

Over the past few days, Business Insider has reported on other email exchanges in which Cobb asked this reporter if she was “on drugs” and delved into his motivations for taking a job in President Donald Trump’s White House.

Source: Ty Cobb emails with prankster about Business Insider reporter – Business Insider

Donald Trump “Sings” Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” in Video Mash-Up

Taylor Swift’s latest single “Look What You Made Me Do” made a serious splash when she dropped last month, and the buzz around the song hasn’t stopped since. Whether you love it or hate it, “LWYMMD” has taken over, and now even Donald Trump is singing it.

Well, OK — not exactly. Though we know that Trump seems to enjoy listening to Taylor’s music while driving — as evidenced by a video from earlier this spring — he’s not actually singing Taylor’s single in a new viral video from Maestro Ziikos. And, boy, is it equal parts creepy and twisted.

Source: Donald Trump “Sings” Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” in Video Mash-Up | Teen Vogue

Seth Meyers: Trump has the vocabulary of Tarzan

First up was Trump, with the host mocking the president’s poor grammar in describing Hurricane Irma. “It looks like it could be something that will be not good,” he quoted the president.

“You know, I have to say, when a natural disaster is bearing down on our country, it would be nice to hear from a leader who knows more words than Tarzan,” said Meyers. “‘Hurricane bad. Much wind. Not good.’”

Source: Seth Meyers: Trump has the vocabulary of Tarzan

California joins 15 states taking legal action against Donald Trump over decision to cut 'Dreamers' programme

California’s Attorney General says a separate lawsuit he plans to file over the Donald Trump administration’s plan to end protections for young immigrants will mirror the legal arguments made in a suit already filed by 15 states and the District of Columbia.

Source: California joins 15 states taking legal action against Donald Trump over decision to cut ‘Dreamers’ programme | The Independent

California joins 15 states taking legal action against Donald Trump over decision to cut ‘Dreamers’ programme

California’s Attorney General says a separate lawsuit he plans to file over the Donald Trump administration’s plan to end protections for young immigrants will mirror the legal arguments made in a suit already filed by 15 states and the District of Columbia.

Source: California joins 15 states taking legal action against Donald Trump over decision to cut ‘Dreamers’ programme | The Independent