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Since January, the State Department has lost 60% of its career ambassadors, 42% of its career ministers, and 15% of its minister counselors – and the numbers "are still falling." (ABC News / Vox) 5/ Scott Pruitt will continuing to roll back the Clean Power Plan despite a government report that finds climate change to be "unambiguous" with "no convincing alternative explanation" that anything other than humans are the cause.

Pruitt said that the National Climate Assessment was part of the ongoing debate between scientists over the causes of global warming and the report won't deter him from rolling back the rule aimed at combating climate change.

The order would broaden the "hardship exemption" that was established for those facing extraordinary circumstances (e.g., the death of a family member, bankruptcy, or natural disaster).

Trump has dismissed climate change as a "hoax" perpetrated by the Chinese in order to gain an edge over the US.

(USA Today) 6/ A fourth Trump judicial nominee has been deemed unqualified for the job by the American Bar Association. (The Hill) Election Night in America: 7/ Democrats won victories in governor's races in Virginia and New Jersey last night.

Sessions is also expected appear in a closed session with the House Intelligence Committee on the same day.

(Reuters) 3/ Trump told CIA director Mike Pompeo to meet with a former intelligence officer who claimed the DNC emails were "leaked" – not hacked.

The Joint Committee on Taxation found that the tax bill would add $1.574 trillion to the deficit over a decade, which is $74 billion over the maximum amount it can add if Republicans want to take advantage of special Senate rules that would allow them to pass the bill with 50 votes.

The Senate plans to release its tax bill this week; it is expected to differ significantly from the House bill.According to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Trump wanted to “say hello and thank you” to the employees a for their hard work in making the Trump Hotel a “tremendously successful project.” This stop -- during another taxpayer-funded trip -- marks Trump’s 97th day at a Trump property since his inauguration on January 20th.Trump continues to make money off his businesses, which he advertises and markets every chance he gets -- on our taxpayer dollars.Brett Talley has faced criticism for a 2013 blog post in which he called on readers to "join the National Rifle Association" and characterized gun control legislation passed after the massacre at Sandy Hook as "the greatest attack on our constitutional freedoms in our lifetime." Talley was tapped by Trump for the U. In Virginia, Democrat Ralph Northam beat Republican Ed Gillespie, 54% to 45%.And in New Jersey, Democrat Phil Murphy defeated Republican Kim Guadagno, 55.4% to 42.5%.Paul Le Page has vetoed legislation to expand Medicaid five previous times.

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