Accuser Subpoenas Donald for Evidence Related to His Alleged Sexual Harassment of Other Women

Attorney Gloria Allred, left, and Summer Zervos, at a news conference in November 2016
Attorney Gloria Allred, left, and Summer Zervos, at a news conference in November 2016

Buzzfeed.com has the scoop. Summer Zervos, a former “Apprentice” candidate who is one of a dozen or so women who have accused Donald Trump of sexual misconduct, has subpoenaed his 2016 presidential campaign for all documents pertaining to “any woman alleging that Donald J. Trump touched her inappropriately.”

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Larry Flynt Offers $10 Million for Evidence That Will Support Donald’s Impeachment

“Call it Larry Flynt vs. Donald Trump,” NBC News reports. “The porn tycoon and publisher of ‘Hustler’ magazine on Sunday offered a $10 million bounty for dirt on the president — so long as it leads to his ‘impeachment and removal from office.'”

Poll: Rep. Darrell Issa Down by 10

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Salon: It’s Time to Start Calling Donald What He Is – a Fascist

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At Salon.com, Chauncey DeVega says it’s time to start labeling Donald Trump what he really is — a fascist. “Trump has revealed his core values to the world at almost every opportunity,” DeVega writes. “Yet somehow, too many Americans appear stuck on a treadmill of daily shock at his behavior. It is sad to watch. Why is any of this a surprise? Trump is a crude man. He has never been subtle in terms of sharing his values and beliefs.”

The first step toward any solution is correctly identifying the problem. DeVega points to 20 instances of Trump’s fascistic behavior:

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Donald to Sick Middle-Class and Working People: Drop Dead

Patients receiving free health care at volunteer clinic
Patients receiving free health care at volunteer clinic

In front of a bank of cameras and surrounded by right-wing politicians, Donald Trump signed an executive order yesterday that will effectively rescind access to healthcare for millions of middle- and working-class Americans.

Soon afterward, Democratic leaders Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Nancy Pelosi released a statement: “It is a spiteful act of vast, pointless sabotage leveled at working families and the middle class in every corner of America. Make no mistake about it, Trump will try to blame the Affordable Care Act, but this will fall on his back and he will pay the price for it.”

The move came within hours after Donald tweeted similar sentiments about Americans in Puerto Rico.

Axios details the impact of Donald’s demolition of the American healthcare system:

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Donald to Puerto Rico: Drop Dead

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Donald’s Approval Rating Has Dropped in All 50 States

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Business Insider: “President Donald Trump’s net approval rating has gone down in every state since taking office in January, a new analysis from Morning Consult found Tuesday. Trump’s net approval rating, which is his disapproval rating subtracted from his approval rating, went down by at least 11 points in every state between January and September. The smallest change was in Louisiana, where his net approval dipped by 11.4 points. The largest change took place in Illinois, where his net approval dropped by 30.6 points.”

A Dire Report from Puerto Rico

Eminem Flips Off Trump Supporters and Draws a Line in the Sand at BET Hip Hop Awards

Think you don’t love Eminem? Think again. The Michigan rapper laid it all out at the 2017 BET Hip Hop Awards: If you support Trump, well, you can’t play with Marshall Mathers anymore.

The Republican’s Guide to Etiquette

We owe a debt of gratitude to the New York Times editorial boardScreen Shot 2017-10-10 at 1.18.02 PM for compiling a list of bad acts performed by the president of the United States that his fellow Republicans appear to be just fine with.

Republicans used to care a lot about how a president comports himself, and whether he acts at all times with the dignity his station demands.

But hey, that was then! In 2017, there’s a whole new bar for tolerable conduct by the commander in chief. Our original guide cataloged several dozen examples. Almost five months later, it’s clear that an update is necessary. This expanded list is meant to ensure that Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell and other congressional Republicans never forget what they now condone in a president.

If you are president during these dark days you may: “Mock a foreign leader with a demeaning nickname and threaten his country with nuclear annihilation over Twitter; call for the firing of ‘son of a bitch’ athletes who choose to exercise their right to free speech”; and refer to the White House as a “real dump.”