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What happens to EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt?

HEADLINE in PALM BEACH POST: "Trump in Palm Beach: Will the President Golf Today in the Syrian Crisis?" https://pbpo.st/2E8RSp8 Answer: [19659003] We do not know what he's doing, but per Pooler Ledge King of USA Today: "The president's motorcade arrived at 8:57 am in the Trump International Golf Club "

WHAT IS PRESIDENT TRUMP'S MIND THIS MORNING – @realDonaldTrump At 8:45 pm:" While we're on the subject, it's reported that the US Postal Service on average for every package she delivers to Amazon, loses $ 1.50 billion dollars. "The Failing NY Times reports that" the size of the company's lobbyists is bloated "and that …" … at 8:52 pm: "… not the fake Washington Post, which is used as a" lobbyist "and should REGISTER this if the PO" The shipping costs for Amazon rose by $ 2.6 billion. "This one Post Office Fraud Must Stop, Amazon Now Must Pay Real Costs (And Taxes)! "

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"Governor Jerry & # 39; Moonbeam & # 39; Brown pardoned 5 criminal illegal aliens whose crimes include (1) kidnapping and intentionally terrorizing robbery (2) Bad wife and threat of crime (3) drug trafficking. Is that really what the big people of California want? @FoxNews ".

– ON THE WAY: Jeff Bezos owns the Washington Post in person, Amazon does not own the mail, nor does the Post have an editorial agenda The lobbyist thing is ridiculously silly.

Good Saturday morning WHAT IS AT with EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt? His journey is under surveillance, living with a lobbyist – just like his daughter – and his security detail had to break a door to the apartment because they thought he was not responding Despite all the negative headlines, he has kept his job and has not been faced with public anger from President Donald Trump.

– BIZARRE: "Prugts EPA Security Broke the Door to the Lobby Apartment" by ABC News & # 39; Matthew Mosk, John Santucci and Stephanie Ebbs: EPA "Administrator Scott Pruitt's protective detail broke the door in the Capitol Hill apartment where he lived, believing he was unconscious and unresponsive and Rett ung needed, in a weird incident last year, that the EPA has refused for months to discuss, according to sources and police radio traffic received by ABC News. The incident occurred in the late afternoon of March 29, 2017, at Capitol Hill's address, which Pruitt had leased and owned by the wife of a top energy lobbyist

"A Capitol police officer called 911 on security details at the behest of Pruitts who unsuccessfully attempted to reach him by phone and beat him through the front door of the building, according to ABC News police records.

"They say he is unconscious at this time," according to the 911 operator According to the records, "I do not know about breathing." Firefighters mobilized from a Capitol Hill train station. "Engine three, Medic two react to unconscious person," said the radio transmission, the protective detail then breaking the glazed front door of the building and rose twice in Pruitts bedroom at $ 50 a night, where two sources report to ABC News that he had awakened from a nap. [19659003] "What is unclear? led to the panic that caused the response. Pruitt refused medical treatment and a police report was never filed. The EPA finally agreed to reimburse the condominium owner for the damage to the door, a source familiar with the agreement told ABC News. EPO spokesman Jahan Wilcox did not respond to requests for information about the incident or refunds. The previously unreported incident occurred when Pruitt lived in the condominium of Capitol Hill, which belonged to the wife of a top energy lobbyist. "Https://abcn.ws/2GmEVK3

— ALEX GUILLEN:" Pruitt Has Carried On, So Far ": " Pruitt was also one of the most effective members of the government of President Donald Trump – he moved to to revise much of the Obama era and persuade the president to abandon the Paris climate agreement and promote more coal, oil and natural gas for Trump's efforts.

"Unlike other Cabinet members who have received the ax of Trump like the ousted veteran Secretary of State David Shulkin and former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Pruittt has not hindered the president's conservative agenda or actively criticized his leadership He praises Trump on Fox News and elsewhere every chance he gets. "Https://politi.co/2Eco8I0[19659004#SPOTTED: Paul Manafort, who had lunch with Charlie Palmer on Friday … former Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz on a late evening Good Friday American Airlines DCA-BOS Flight – Image http://bit.ly/2GlWWfy

The finale FOUR begins tonight. Loyola from Chicago vs. Michigan at 18:09 (Michigan is a 5.5-point favorite) and Kansas vs. Villanova at 8:49 pm. (Villanova is a five-point favorite.)

MOSCOW WITH SCORN … "Trump advisers call for tougher Russia policy on expulsions" by NYTs Peter Baker, Andrew Higgins and Steven Erlanger: "Some are Trump senior administrative officials he pushed for more aggressive measures against Russia, hoping to induce reluctant President Trump to change his approach after a week of massive diplomatic expulsions that had depressed relations with Moscow to their lowest levels.

"During Hundreds of diplomats in Washington, Moscow and European capitals are packing their bags as tensions have worsened from the poisoning of a former Russian spy living in Britain, the Trump team sees additional sanctions and other measures against Russia

"Although the advisers say that the president is increasingly convinced that Russia is still dangerous, he has still refused to adopt a tougher public attitude, and remains uncertain how far he can authorize his government. Mr Trump has emphasized the importance of dialogue with Russia and its President Vladimir V. Putin, but the departure of so many diplomats, both from Russia and the US, will make it much harder to have a sense of normal relations between the two countries. Co-operation in areas as diverse as agriculture, counter-terrorism, military affairs and space exploration could decrease, as well as private travel and business relations. "Https://nyti.ms/2If2K7h

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TRUMP INC. – "From Mueller to Stormy", "Trump's Trades Are Besieged" by WaPos Jonathan O'Connell and David Fahrenenthold: "The carefully maintained secrecy around President Trump's finances is one year after his presidency among unparalleled Attacks, with three different legal teams with different agendas trying to break up the books of the Trump organization …

"The investigations reveal the risks that Tr Ump took over when he made the decision to retain the property of the company bearing his name while serving in the White House – a departure from 40 years of presidential tradition and the advice of ethics officials. Former Presidents have decided to fully dispose of their assets. When Trump took office, he instead turned his share of his company into trust administered by his sons, which was always accessible to him.

"Well, what initially looked like a plum arrangement for Trump – enjoying the fruits of his business while leading the country – may come back to harm the Trump organization if it is forced to do the kind of financial To reveal information and private correspondence that closely guard real estate companies. "Https://wapo.st/2GFM0sG

In the world stage -" In private, Trump has been thinking for weeks about Syria's exit " from AP's Matt Lee and Josh Lederman: "President Donald Trump's unspoken remark this week about withdrawing from Syria" very soon contradicted his own policy, was not unique: For weeks top consultants have been annoyed about a hasty retreat as the president increasingly told them privately has that he wants out, US officials said.

"It was only two months ago that Trump's helpers believed that they had persuaded him that the US needed to keep its presence in Syria open-not only because the Islamic State group still needs to be completely defeated, but also because the resulting power vacuum could be replenished by other extremist groups or by Iran. "

" Trump has signed a major speech in January on which [a] Foreign Minister Rex Tillerson set out the new strategy and stated it is vital to the United States to continue to engage in Syria. "But in mid-February, Trump told his best colleagues in the congregations that as soon as victory against IS could be declared, he wanted to get American troops out of Syria, the officials said, alarm bells were rung in the State Department and the Pentagon gradual, methodical transition from a military operation to a diplomatic mission to begin rebuilding basic infrastructure such as roads and sewers in the war-torn country. "http://bit.ly/2pV3GGm

–" Trump freezes funds for Syrian Recovery A, Signaling Pullback " by WSJ Felicia Schwartz:" President Donald Trump has frozen more than $ 200 million in funding for the recovery efforts in Syria, while his administration acknowledged Washington's broader role in the protracted conflict there The White House ordered the State Department to put the issues on hold, sa US officials said a decision in line with Trump's statement on Thursday that America would leave Syria and "the other people would take care of it now."

"Mr. Trump demanded the freeze after reading a news story pointing out that the US has recently made another $ 200 million available to support early efforts in Syria, officials said The outgoing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson pledged the money in February in Kuwait at a coalition meeting to defeat the Islamic State. "Https://on.wsj.com/2GMNdhI[19659004OUTOFTHELOOP-"CollectiveChefsdidnotinformbeforetrumpingwithatrans-militarybanonthepublic'spacing" by Washington Blade's Chris Johnson: "The joint military officials were not briefed on Secretary of Defense James Mattis' recommendations against the transgender military ban or the Trump memo she wanted to implement earlier, the White House went public with them last Friday two sources familiar with the process.

"E Ine Quelle said the Pentagon's top uniformed officers had to download the documents online as well as the rest of the public late on March 23rd to receive them for the first time. Maj. Carla Gleason, a Pentagon spokeswoman, did not dispute that the joint chiefs were not informed about the recommendation before they went public, but their representatives were at the panel of experts advising Mattis on the transgender service he gave his recommendation. "Http://bit.ly/2GI2PTK

BAD NEWS FOR REP. ELIZABETH ESTY … The Hartford Courant – the state's largest newspaper – called on the Connecticut Democrats to resign after a Washington Post report in which she explained how she did not act when she learned that her chief of staff was threatening to kill a woman in the office, she also wrote a letter of recommendation to the man: https://cour.at/2pTUgLm Now a Democratic leader says Esty said she will not resign.

– NEIL VIGDOR: "The congressman failed her staff at all levels when she decided to protect a suspected criminal." [Democratic state Sen. Mae] said Flexer, "It's completely unacceptable. Their failure to do the right thing hurts us all, especially as more and more women volunteer their courage. It's time for Deputy Esty to step aside. "It will be interesting to see how the House Democrats deal with this incident.

– Also: Esty's seat is not child's play for the Democrats. It's a D + 2. Clinton only won the district by 4 in 2016. Esty has crossed in the past.

TRUMP'S SATURDAY – The President has no public events planned. But it's 72 degrees in Palm Beach.

TRUMP'S CABINET – "Trump Cabinet Officer Buys $ 3.2 Million Home in Great Barrington" from Berkshire Edge Terry Cowgill: "On March 12, a pair of properties on both sides of Seekonk Cross Road in Great Barrington [in western Massachusetts] was recorded in the "Register of D eeds "sold for $ 3.2 million. The buyer W.L. Ross Family, is a limited liability company founded just a few days ago. According to the bureau of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, the managing director and signer of the LLC, none other than Wilbur L. Ross …

"The seller is Robert M. Beusman, better known in the region than Bobby Houston [who is] an Oscar-winning film director … Built in 1780, this two-storey, 7.5-hectare family home with 4665 square meters of living space comprises a total of 10 rooms, including five bedrooms, a greenhouse, a garden and a terrace and a pool. … Ross owns several properties, including two in Palm Beach, Florida. One of the Palm Beach Holdings is a 16,247-square-foot mansion located at 328 El Vedado Road on a full morning along the Intracoastal Waterway. " With two images http://bit.ly/2GHrwQh

HMM – "The Census Bureau's own panel of experts criticizes the decision to take up the citizenship issue" by NYT Michae l Wines: "The Trump Government's decision to add a citizenship issue to the 2020 census is already a target of complaints and broad criticism on Friday pulled a new opponent: the experts who advise the Census itself. These experts – prominent demographers, economists, engineers, and others who form the Census Scientific Advisory Committee – said in a statement that the decision was based on "flawed logic," that could threaten the accuracy and confidentiality of the number of heads and would likely make it more expensive to lead. "https://nyti.ms/2E9jLNy

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CLICKER – "The Cartoonists of the Country in the Week in Politics" edited by Matt Wuerker – 15 orderlies https: // politi. Co – 2GWUdq0

GREAT WEEKEND READINGS, Curated by Daniel Lippman, Boston Submission:

– "The Last Talk You'll Ever Need to Eat Right" by Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz on Grub Street: "Our Ancestors ate a wide variety of vegetable foods who gave them up to 100 grams of fiber per day; we eat on average 15 grams. They ate many insects. And, of course, they ate the meat only from wild animals, since there were no pets in the Stone Age, with the possible exception of the wolf-to-dog transition. "Https://grb.st/2J6qI5S[19659004] -" My 72 Hour Safari in Clinton Country " by Adam Wren in the Friday issue of Politico magazine:" More than a year after Trump's presidency, the bubble has changed Closed over the Acela Corridor, where voters say that, do not regret not voting for Trump. "https://politi.co/2GoKv2E

-" Traffic ", by Jeanne Marie Laskas in the GQ in March 2009:" Any time, any morning, there are about 6,000 aircraft on the way to somewhere, somewhere, over the American airspace. To bring them safely to the ground, it will depend on the efforts of a small group of controllers who, despite their long working hours, grim working conditions and ancient technology, fulfill their task almost without exception. Jeanne Marie Laskas travels to the tower at LaGuardia Airport in New York City to find out how. "Http://bit.ly/2GBs7mF (h / t Longform.org)

-" The Roaming Empire, " by Jonathan Beckman in 1843 magazine:" When it gets harder to buy a home, and remote works are easier, should we stay connected with the idea of ​​the settlement? Jonathan Beckman meets people hoping to find a home anywhere. "Http://bit.ly/2pRly4T

–" My Brother, the White Nationalist ", by Gabriel Thompson in Pacific Standard Magazine:" When Josh Damigo finds out that his brother is the new face of the white nationalist Movement is, personally, finding the roots of radicalization. "Http://bit.ly/2pPYEe6

–" They could have made a different decision & # 39 ;: In the strange odyssey of the hedge Fund King Eddie Lampert, "by William Cohan at the Vanity Fair in April:" In 2003, many were skeptical when Lampert Sears married at Kmart. Now that hundreds of businesses are closed and thousands are unemployed, Lampert defends his strategies in his first in-depth interview for 15 years. The author also tracks the man who kidnapped Lampert before the deal with Kmart happened. "Http://bit.ly/2pR6wfm

–" Presidents and Mass shootings " by Tevi Troy in National Affairs:" Mass shootings reflect some of the biggest challenges of our postmodern society: collapse of the family, alienation and loss of the Community. The presidents who respond to these situations face problems that can not be solved by the federal political levers at their disposal. For all its power and influence, the most effective role of the President in the mass shootings is to set aside politics and act as the supreme comforter and to speak for a heartbroken nation. "Http://bit.ly/2GFJi6s

– -" If & # 39; Free Speech & # 39; a marketing ploy is " by Osita Nwanevu in Slate – after ALDaily.com's description:" When could the sum of the intellectual value of a college be reduced to its willingness to accommodate controversial speakers? "https://slate.me/ 2GDlyQh

– "Why do we think serial killers wear the same pair of glasses?" by Tori Telfer in Racked: "A Brief History of Cat Eye Glasses, Horn-Rimmed Glasses, and Clear Flyers of Serial Murderers. "http://bit.ly/2GlyTJG (h / t Longreads.com)

-" Pmarca's Guide to Personal Productivity, " by Marc Andreesen:" If you pull it off – and in many structured jobs, You just can not – this simple tip alone can make a big difference in product vity. If someone says by email, "Let's meet at 3 pm on Tuesday", the answer is: "I do not keep a timetable, but call me on Tuesday at 14.45 and when I am available, I will meet with you, or, if it's important, say, "Do you know what, let's meet now." http://bit.ly/2J5XELZ

— "Does a day job mean doing better art by Katy Waldman in T Magazine: https://nyti.ms/2pOG5HU

— "The Problem of Hyperliberalism" by John Gray in the Times Literary Supplement – According to TheBrowser.com description : "Should liberalism tolerate illiberalism? It may be a long-standing contradiction in theory, but in practice it is dissolved in favor of illiberalism – with a twist. Western liberals silence views that they consider illiberal and thus become themselves illiberal. "How a Young Woman Lost Her Identity" by Rachel Aviv in the New Yorker: "Hannah Upp disappears for weeks at a time, forgetting her sense of self. Can she still be found? "Http://bit.ly/2E5Ul3v

BURTHDAYS OF THE DAY: Howard Gordon, executive producer of Showtime's" Homeland "and former EP of Fox's" 24. " As he described in the Entertainment industry started: "After graduation I started a SAT preparation business with Alex Gansa. Among my first students was the daughter of a producer, John Wilder, who had just adapted "Spenser: For Hire" for ABC. He read Alex and my & # 39; St. Elsewhere, spec spec script and invited us to throw stories to him – and he bought one! Read his Playbook Plus Q & A: https://politi.co/2pYu1Er

– Monica Dixon, SVP and COS at Monumental Sports and former Deputy COS for VP Al Gore and a Daschle alum. A trend she thinks deserves more attention: "When I worked at the DCCC in 1992, I was the only woman sitting at the table in the conference room. Today, more women than men are leaders in the Democratic Party. And the odds are that there will be more women in Congress than ever next year. The year I came to Washington, two women were in the Senate; It could be 25 next year. Q & A: https://politi.co/2If20yX

BIRTHWEEK (was Sunday): Tracy Palandjian, Co-Founder and CEO of Nonprofit Social Finance Company

BIRTHDAY: Politico Ben "Morning Money" White … Al Gore is 7-0 … Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) Is 78 … former Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) Is 78 … Kara Alaimo, a professor in Hofstra and a treasury alum … CNNs Sara Murray … Michael McAdams, President of the Advanced Biofuels Association … Senator Angus King (I-Maine) is 74 years old … Rep. Tony Cardenas (D-Calif.) Is 55 … attorney and writer Ari Melber, host of MSNBC's "The Beat" … Rep. Mark DeSaulnier (D-Calif.) Is 66 … Mozilla Is 20 – read her original manifesto https://mzl.la/2GoNTq8 … Rep. Stephen F. Lynch (D-Mass.) is 63 … Marina Lopes, WashPost Brazil correspondent … Jennifer Molina, Speaker of California Attorney General Xavie r Becerra … Poy Winichakul … Lauren Hutchinson, Vice President of The Tarrance Group … Rusty Bermel of Pivotal Ventures – The Management of Melinda Gates … Jaclyn Norris Madden (Husband Tip: Kevin) … Former Rep Jim Marshall (D-Ga.). Eric Parker … WSJ Alum Alan Zibel, now with Public Citizen, is 44 …

… Jennifer Molina, Speaker of California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. .. Dave Mandl … Ron Insana, a The CNBC contributor is 57 … Kimberly Woodard … Mike Christopher … Lisa Simmons … Sena Rogers … Meghan Hays Goodman, Head of Communications at MGM Resorts International and previously Deputy Communications Director for former Vice President Biden (h / t Jamie Radice) … Aaron Sherman, executive editor of the Rockefeller Foundation (h / t Carl Woog) … Ian Bush … Michael Davies … Eric Hoffman, Alum from Weber Shandwick … Bryce Walker … Bob Hagan … Steven Schrage … Jennifer de Poyen … Francoise Champey … Sena Renee Rogers … WNYC's Katherine Benson … Annabelle Assem … E d Lewis, director of public policy comms. at Toyota … Kristina D & # 39; Ambrosio … Marcia Nichols … Robin Gerber … Erika Fischer-Money Maker … Anna Teter … Mikko Zager … Ricky Mason … Julian Johnson .. Philip Lasseigne. .. Anthony Giannetti … Alex Payne … Michael Yancey … Neil Moseman (h / t Brianna Puccini)

THE SHOWS by @MattMackowiak, filing by Austin:

– NBC's "Meet the Press ": David Shulkin … Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wiss.) … Bob Bauer and Alan Dershowitz (" Trumped Up: How Criminalization of Political Differences Endangers Democracy "). Panel: Joshua Johnson, Elise Jordan, Danielle Pletka and George Will

– ABC's "This Week" : Senator Doug Jones (D-Ala.) … Andrew Young

– CBS's "Face the Nation" : Senator Tim Scott (RS.C.) and Deputy Trey Gowdy (RS.C.) … Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) … UN Refugee Commissioner Filippo Grandi. Panel: Michael Crowley, David Frum, David Nakamura and Shawna Thomas

– "Fox News Sunday": Sen. Lindsey Graham (RS.C.) … Representative Brad Sherman (D-Calif.). Orange County Board of Deputy Chairman Shawn Nelson. Panel: Jason Chaffetz, Catherine Lucey, Gillian Turner, and Marie Harf

– Fox News "[Sunday Morning Futures]: Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) … Ret. General Jack Keane … Former US lawyer Bud Cummins. Panel: Brad Blakeman and Ed Rollins

– "MediaBuzz" by Fox News: Mara Liasson … Gayle Trotter … Jessica Tarlow … Carley Shimkus … Mollie Hemingway … Jonah Goldberg [19659003] – CNN's "Inside Politics"

(Deputy Moderator: Nia-Malika Henderson): Margaret Talev, Michael Shear, Jackie Kucinich and Karoun Demirjian

– CNN's "Union Stand": David Shulkin … Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) … Ronald Kessler ("The White House of Trump: Changing the Rules"). Panel: Bakari Seller, Amanda Carpenter, Rick Santorum and Nina Turner

– CNN "Fareed Zakaria GPS": Panel: Richard Haass, Walter Russell Mead and Anne-Marie Slaughter … Rana Foroohar and Steven Rattner .. Amy Chua

– CNN's "Reliable Sources": Panel: Michael Isikoff, Jill Colvin and Steve Cortes … Anthony Atamunik and David Zurawik … Josh Campbell … Noor Tagouri

– Univisions " Al Punto ": Deported US Army veteran Miguel Pérez and his mother Esperanza Pérez … René Delgado … Colombian presidential candidate Germán Vargas Lleras … Podium: Rosario Marin and Alfonso Aguilar … Jesús" Chuy "Garcia 19659003] – C-SPAN: "The Communicators": Michael Powell, interviewed by Kyle Daly of Politico … "Newsmakers": The American Legion Commander Denise Rohan, interviewed by Nikki Wentling and Donovan Slack … "Q & A": Discussion with h Hochsc Listening to the US Senate Youth Program

– "Kasie DC" by MSNBC: Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) … Deputy Tom Cole (R-Okla.) … Julia Ioffe … PBS & # 39; Yamiche Alcindor … Betsy Woodruff … Philip Bump … Matt Welch … Jeff Mason … Clint Watts … Shelby Holliday … Alexi McCammond … Danny Cevallos

– PBS "To the contrary ": Plate: Ann Stone, Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (DD.C.), Anushay Hossain and strategist Rina Shah

– Washington Times's "Mack on Politics" weekly politics podcast with Matt Mackowiak (download on iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher or listen to MackOnPolitics .com): Author Peter Schweizer ("Secret Empires")

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