Media Editors / November 30, 2018

Friday Top Headlines

Cohen’s disclosure, G20 summit, new trade deal, bogus asylum seekers, Comey files motion, and more.

  • Michael Cohen admits Moscow Trump Tower talks occurred well into 2016 presidential campaign (Washington Examiner)

  • High-tension G20 opens, dominated by Trump quarrels (AFP)

  • Trump cancels plans to meet with Putin (The Hill)

  • U.S., Mexico, and Canada ink new trade agreement, but final ratification remains big hurdle (USA Today)

  • Ninety-one percent of Central American asylum seekers have bogus claims (Townhall)

  • One-third of migrants in caravan are being treated for health issues (Fox News)

  • Paul Ryan says immigration and federal debt are his biggest regrets (National Review)

  • The House speaker is right: California’s election laws are vulnerable to fraud (The Federalist)

  • CNN fires commentator Marc Lamont Hill after he called for eliminating Israel (Washington Examiner)

  • Report: Trump to issue order banning bump stocks (The Resurgent)

  • James Comey files case against House Republicans to stop subpoena (The Washington Times)

  • Marriott says its Starwood database was hacked on approximately 500 million guests (Reuters)

  • Veterans charity’s ex-leader guilty of stealing $900,000 for personal expenses (Fox News)

  • Humor: Border Patrol, migrants locked in epic game of “Red Rover” (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Three ways Washington can save a nickel for every dollar in 2020 (The Heritage Foundation)

  • Policy: Here’s what opponents of criminal justice reform get wrong (The Daily Signal)

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