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Morning Docket: 12.06.17

"They're not just preparing for a court challenge. They’re prepared to lose." President Trump has been including severability clauses in some of his most controversial executive orders and proclamations (e.g., Travel Ban 2.0, Travel Ban 3.0, and the transgender military ban). At this rate, he's on pace to use them more than all of his most recent predecessors combined. [USA Today] Special counsel Robert Mueller filed his legal team's first expenditure report yesterday afternoon, and it's a doozy.
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