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Judge Blocks Administration From Barring Migrants From Seeking Asylum - 

A judge in San Francisco is ruling that migrants who enter the U.S. illegally from Mexico will be able to seek asylum.

The U.S. district judge issued a temporary restraining order, yesterday, barring the Trump administration from refusing asylum claims from people crossing the southern border illegally. The order came down from the administration on November 9th in apparent response to a caravan of migrants from Central America.

The court ruling will be in place until December 19, which is when the next hearing is held. 

Source: CNN

Trump To Give Special Counsel His Answers About Russia Probe This Week - 

President Trump's lawyers are expected to submit his written answers to Special Counsel Robert Mueller [[ MULL-er ]] this week.

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway told reporters that Trump is not afraid to be questioned in person by Mueller's team. She added that it doesn't seem necessary. Conway insisted that there's no evidence of collusion between Russia and Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. She also said the White House has been fully compliant with Mueller's team.

The soft deadline for giving Mueller’s team the answers in on Thanksgiving, The written answers are bound by the same rules as sworn testimony. 

Source: Politico

Report: Ivanka Trump Used Personal Email For White House Business -

 The Washington Post” is reporting that Ivanka Trump used a personal email account to send hundreds of messages to fellow White House aides and cabinet officials.

Her use of the personal account was found during a review for a public records lawsuit. The message reportedly violated federal records rules in some cases. A spokesman for Ivanka's attorney says President Trump's daughter used the private email before being notified of the rules and that she never sent any classified material through that channel.

Some White House officials were reportedly worried that Ivanka's use of a personal account would be criticized since the President often slammed Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server while she was Secretary of State.

Ivanka reportedly mainly used it for scheduling events and travel for her family to those events. She turned the emails over to be stored permanently with other White House records. 

Source: Washington Post

Lawyer For Woman In GoFundMe Scam Releases Audio - 

The lawyer for a woman at the center of what everyone thought was a touching and viral story is sharing details about the hoax.

A newly released recording has a New Jersey couple blaming each other over an online scam. Kate McClure and her now ex-boyfriend Mark D'Amico raised hundreds of thousands of dollars through a GoFundMe account for a homeless man they said helped Kate with money when her vehicle ran out of gas.

An attorney for McClure put out an eleven-minute recording that features the woman and D'Amico arguing over who deserves the blame. At one point, D’Amico says "You don't go to jail for lying on TV,” McClure also admits spending some of the money.

Prosecutors say the couple teamed up with Johnny Bobbitt Jr. to put out a fake story and open a GoFundMe. Over 400-thousand-dollars was eventually donated. All three are facing charges for their roles in the alleged scheme. McClure's attorney says his client actually thought she was helping Bobbitt and was duped by her abusive boyfriend. 

Source: ABC News


The “Turkey Challenge” Is A Fun Thanksgiving Prank - 

There’s a new viral challenge and it very amusing, but not dangerous.

The Turkey Challenge is simple, people text their parents and grandparents asking how to cook a 25-pound turkey in the microwave. Most that were pranked wondered why their kids were that ignorant of microwave fad.

Some parents brought humor to the posts in response.

Source: New York Post

Peas Or Carrots Will Be Pardoned By The President Today

A tradition started by President Reagan will continue today.   President Trump will uphold the longstanding tradition when he pardons a Thanksgiving turkey at the White House today. Two turkeys, named Peas and Carrots, have been chosen and one will be selected for pardoning.

The birds have been on a press tour, since they are the presidential flock. While only one will get a reprieve, both will be allowed to retire at the Gobblers Rest exhibit at Virginia Tech. The turkeys are from South Dakota and spent the night in a luxury DC hotel. 

Source: Argus Leader


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