Mexican Officials to Shutter Caravan Migrant Camp amid Health Concerns

SAN YSIDRO, California — Officials in Tijuana moved approximately 2,000 caravan migrants from their original shelter site due to health and sanitation concerns.

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Photos: Frustrated Caravan Migrants Begin Scaling U.S. Border Fence

Members of the Central American migrant caravan began scaling border fences and walls after becoming frustrated with their attempts to apply for asylum in the U.S. Federal agents responded quickly and took the migrants into custody.

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Hoyer: Wall Not ‘Good Policy’ – ‘Don’t Know’ Whether It’s Worth Shutdown

On Monday’s “MSNBC Live,” House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD) stated that Democrats don’t like a border wall as a matter of policy, but he isn’t sure if that’s worth shutting down the government. Hoyer also expressed hope that the president doesn’t shut the government down over wall funding. Hoyer said he believes Congress will vote to fund the government until December 21st, and it is his understanding that “the Senate and the House have reached agreement on almost every issue, except the wall.” He added that Democrats “don’t really think the wall is good policy. This is not necessarily about the politics of border security. We’re for border security.” Host Kasie Hunt then asked, “Is it worth a shutdown?” Hoyer responded, “I don’t know whether it’s worth a shutdown, but apparently, the president’s been talking about shutdown now for about a month, and longer than that.” He continued that he hopes that the president doesn’t shut the government down over wall funding and the only person who supports a shutdown is perhaps the president. Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Russia Deploys Additional Anti-Aircraft Missiles in Crimea

The Russian military has deployed additional S-400 surface-to-air missile batteries in its Dzhankoy airbase in Crimea amid heightened tensions with Ukraine.

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Hawaii Preschoolers Accidentally Served Pine-Sol Instead of Apple Juice

A Honolulu preschool classroom assistant mistook the common household cleaner “Pine-Sol” for apple juice, and served it with snacks.

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A.B. Stoddard: Under Trump, Republicans Like the Children of an Alcoholic Parent

Monday on MSNBC’s special coverage of the death of former President George H.W. Bush, RealClearPolitics associate editor A.B. Stoddard said those in the Republican Party were acting like the children of alcoholic parents because they are “afraid of” President Donald Trump. Stoddard said, “Right, what Jonathan points out and what these Republicans are talking about privately is a new delineation, a realignment that makes them the party of white men. This is a huge loss, the fact that women are so repelled by Trump in the suburbs, and moderate voters, and independent voters. A majority is not made by your base alone. And they took a beating across the board except for, largely, white men. The new conference, without their 40 either retired colleagues or defeated colleagues, is much more Trumpian and silent on this question, so they can’t have a debate about a course correction.” She added, “Even though they know that this is where the Party’s headed. It’s an amazing moment. It’s like alcoholic children. You just laugh – of an alcoholic parent. You keep laughing, and you hide in your bedroom when it gets really bad. They will not address this, their leadership refuses to, and they’re

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Pence: Bush ‘A Commander and a Great Man’

On Monday, Vice President Mike Pence characterized former President George H.W. Bush as “a commander and a great man” during his tribute to the former president at the US Capitol. Pence said, “Today, President Bush becomes the 32nd American to lie in state in the United States Capitol Rotunda. Soon, Americans from every corner of the country and every walk of life will make their way to this rotunda to pay the respects of a grateful nation. Upon the death of Abner, it is written that King David said, ‘Do you not realize that a commander and a great man has fallen in Israel this day?’ George Herbert Walker Bush was such a man.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Kamala Harris Warns 2020 Campaign Is ‘Going to Be Ugly’

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) gave a grim prediction on the 2020 presidential race on Saturday, warning that the race is “going to be ugly.”

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Calls Sarah Sanders a Liar

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called press secretary Sarah Sanders a liar in a tweet to Sanders’ dad, former Gov. Mike Huckabee.

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Mexican Officials to Shutter Caravan Migrant Camp amid Health Concerns

SAN YSIDRO, California — Officials in Tijuana moved approximately 2,000 caravan migrants from their original shelter site due to health and sanitation concerns.

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Photos: Frustrated Caravan Migrants Begin Scaling U.S. Border Fence

Members of the Central American migrant caravan began scaling border fences and walls after becoming frustrated with their attempts to apply for asylum in the U.S. Federal agents responded quickly and took the migrants into custody.

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Hoyer: Wall Not ‘Good Policy’ – ‘Don’t Know’ Whether It’s Worth Shutdown

On Monday’s “MSNBC Live,” House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD) stated that Democrats don’t like a border wall as a matter of policy, but he isn’t sure if that’s worth shutting down the government. Hoyer also expressed hope that the president doesn’t shut the government down over wall funding. Hoyer said he believes Congress will vote to fund the government until December 21st, and it is his understanding that “the Senate and the House have reached agreement on almost every issue, except the wall.” He added that Democrats “don’t really think the wall is good policy. This is not necessarily about the politics of border security. We’re for border security.” Host Kasie Hunt then asked, “Is it worth a shutdown?” Hoyer responded, “I don’t know whether it’s worth a shutdown, but apparently, the president’s been talking about shutdown now for about a month, and longer than that.” He continued that he hopes that the president doesn’t shut the government down over wall funding and the only person who supports a shutdown is perhaps the president. Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Russia Deploys Additional Anti-Aircraft Missiles in Crimea

The Russian military has deployed additional S-400 surface-to-air missile batteries in its Dzhankoy airbase in Crimea amid heightened tensions with Ukraine.

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Hawaii Preschoolers Accidentally Served Pine-Sol Instead of Apple Juice

A Honolulu preschool classroom assistant mistook the common household cleaner “Pine-Sol” for apple juice, and served it with snacks.

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A.B. Stoddard: Under Trump, Republicans Like the Children of an Alcoholic Parent

Monday on MSNBC’s special coverage of the death of former President George H.W. Bush, RealClearPolitics associate editor A.B. Stoddard said those in the Republican Party were acting like the children of alcoholic parents because they are “afraid of” President Donald Trump. Stoddard said, “Right, what Jonathan points out and what these Republicans are talking about privately is a new delineation, a realignment that makes them the party of white men. This is a huge loss, the fact that women are so repelled by Trump in the suburbs, and moderate voters, and independent voters. A majority is not made by your base alone. And they took a beating across the board except for, largely, white men. The new conference, without their 40 either retired colleagues or defeated colleagues, is much more Trumpian and silent on this question, so they can’t have a debate about a course correction.” She added, “Even though they know that this is where the Party’s headed. It’s an amazing moment. It’s like alcoholic children. You just laugh – of an alcoholic parent. You keep laughing, and you hide in your bedroom when it gets really bad. They will not address this, their leadership refuses to, and they’re

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Pence: Bush ‘A Commander and a Great Man’

On Monday, Vice President Mike Pence characterized former President George H.W. Bush as “a commander and a great man” during his tribute to the former president at the US Capitol. Pence said, “Today, President Bush becomes the 32nd American to lie in state in the United States Capitol Rotunda. Soon, Americans from every corner of the country and every walk of life will make their way to this rotunda to pay the respects of a grateful nation. Upon the death of Abner, it is written that King David said, ‘Do you not realize that a commander and a great man has fallen in Israel this day?’ George Herbert Walker Bush was such a man.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

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Kamala Harris Warns 2020 Campaign Is ‘Going to Be Ugly’

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) gave a grim prediction on the 2020 presidential race on Saturday, warning that the race is “going to be ugly.”

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Calls Sarah Sanders a Liar

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called press secretary Sarah Sanders a liar in a tweet to Sanders’ dad, former Gov. Mike Huckabee.

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