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The Republican Plan Is the Opposite of Tax Reform

There will be infinite new ways for rich people to avoid taxes.

Robert Mugabe Still Refuses to Resign, but Pressure Mounts

Zimbabwe’s former vice president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has already been appointed as Mugabe’s successor.

Trump Says He Should Have Left UCLA Players in Chinese Jail

Because one of the players’ fathers didn’t appreciate Trump’s help.

‘Russian Backdoor Overture’ to Kushner Involved Close Putin Ally

Just another Russian contact the president’s son-in-law conveniently forgot about.

Trump Reinstates Elephant Trophy Ban, For Now

The president says he wants to review whether or not killing elephants saves elephants.

Alabama Governor To Vote For Scofflaw Roy Moore To Help Shape SCOTUS

Even if Moore were as morally pure as the driven snow, he’s unquestionably a serial rebel against the federal judges he would vote on as a senator.

DI Politics Chat: Was Hillary Clinton Right to Question the Legitimacy of the 2016 Elections?

Four Daily Intel writers on what we talk about when we talk about legitimate elections.

Trump’s Win Wasn’t Fair or Democratic — But It Was ‘Legitimate’

Hillary Clinton should not compete with Donald Trump in expressing contempt for a flawed but perfectly lawful system of elections.

December Disaster Looms As Spending, Debt, and Tax Controversies Pile Up

The legislative train wreck temporarily avoided when Donald Trump cut a deal with Democrats in September is back for real.

Obama Is Now More Popular Than Trump in Alabama, Fox News Poll Finds

Also, Democrat Doug Jones leads Roy Moore by eight points in the race for Jeff Sessions’s old Senate seat.

South Carolina Women’s Hoops Team Turns Down White House Invitation

Head coach Dawn Staley waited months for the invitation, but now she says the team has moved on.

Oklahoma Tried the GOP’s Tax Plan. Now, It’s Electing Democrats.

As Republican tax cuts decimate the Sooner State, Democrats keep winning special elections in its deep-red districts.

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