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So odd that that didnā€™t register as a problem with his new employers.

Hereā€™s all the shit we couldnā€™t cover today:

  • Steven Munoz, recently appointed by the Trump administration as assistant chief of visits, was accused of sexual assault by five male freshmen when he was a student at The Citadel. The schoolā€™s investigation found that ā€œcertain assaults likely occurred,ā€ but a local prosecutor declined to seek charges. These allegations have been reported before, making it particularly incredible that the Trump administration went ahead and made this hire. [ProPublica]
  • Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, Breitbartā€™s Jewish friend, published photos of him with Steve Bannon in front of Bannonā€™s infamous white board of scrawled campaign promises. [Politico]
  • Trump is expected to sign an executive order tomorrow making it easier for churches and religious groups to participate in politics. [New York Times]
  • An Israel-Palestinian agreement will be ā€œfrankly, not as difficult as people have thought,ā€ our president has predicted. Jared has this shit covered! [Huffington Post]
  • Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron faced off in their only one-on-one debate prior to Franceā€™s May 7 election. Le Pen referred to her opponent as ā€œthe candidate of savage globalization,ā€ while Macron called Le Pen a ā€œparasite.ā€ [New York Times]
  • In a hearing today, FBI chief James Comey described himself as ā€œmildly nauseousā€ over the accusation that he swayed the election. [New York Times]


Here are some tweets that the president was allowed to publish:

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