Political Editors / April 20, 2018

Friday Top Headlines

Dems sue over Russia, criminal referral for McCabe, sanctuary cities win, another walkout, and more.

  • Democrat Party files lawsuit alleging Russia, the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks conspired to disrupt the 2016 campaign (The Washington Post)

  • DOJ finally sends Comey memos to Congres (Associated Press)

  • Six things you need to know about the released Comey memos (The Daily Wire)

  • DOJ watchdog reportedly sends criminal referral for McCabe to federal prosecutor (Fox News)

  • Trump: Feds will not pay for Jerry Brown’s National Guard “charade” (Hot Air)

  • Court rules against Trump effort to hit sanctuary cities (The Hill)

  • Raul Castro, 86, stepped down Thursday as president, handing the reins to his hand-picked successor, the much younger Miguel Diaz-Canel (National Review)

  • Senate confirms Trump pick for NASA administrator over Democratic objections (The Washington Post)

  • This just in: White working-class voters may not care about Trump scandals (New York)

  • Students walk out across United States in yet another call for gun control (Reuters)

  • Obama pens ‘TIME 100’ tribute to Parkland students pushing for gun control (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Wells Fargo to be slapped with $1 billion penalty by regulators, just after teachers union severs ties over guns (USA Today)

  • Arizona teachers vote to strike, sparking first-ever statewide walkout (NPR)

  • College Republicans get in huge trouble for posting “I.C.E. I.C.E. Baby” signs (Reason)

  • Policy: The Renewable Fuel Standard’s policy failures and economic burdens (American Action Forum)

  • Policy: Despite Trump’s cutbacks, federal regulatory monster still consumes $1.9 trillion (Investor’s Business Daily)

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