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Episode Info: Failing to bend Congress to his faux reality, Trump tramples the Constitution and makes up data to fund his wall….--Dems and others will sue to block it, but impeachment is the best response --Yale law professor Peter Schuck excoriates Congress for the law that enables Trump’s scheme, and urges them to block it --SCOTUS will ultimately decide, and today’s decision to bypass appeals court and take up Census citizenship case isn’t encouraging --former AIPAC staffer details how “the Benjamins” maintain the Lobby’s influence --The Guardian reports that pro-Israel donors spent $22 million of lobbying and contributions in 2018 --academics Mearsheimer and Walt, who wrote the book on the Lobby, are interviewed by Jeff Schectman at WhoWhatWhy --Amazon’s petulant pullout from Long Island City proposal draws telling responses from apologists for unbridled capitalism --at UN, Venezuela fights US-backed coup attempt, with support from about 50 nations --in Warsaw, Pence lectures Europe on its refusal to join Trump’s folly in breaching Iran agreement --Sputnik reports that BBC producer’s investigation shows that reported chemical weapons attack in Douma was fabricated --Trump draws possible GOP challenger, former Mass Gov. Bill Weld --Michael Avenatti resurfaces with new R. Kelly sex tape, as Ryan Adams faces FBI investigation for sexting 14-year-old girl --one of America’s perpetual political gadflies, Lyndon LaRouche, is dead at 96
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