Either White House chief of staff John Kelly had a bad headache on Tuesday, or President Trump's debut address before the United Nations General Assembly was giving him one. While Trump was calling North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "Rocket Man," threatening to "totally destroy" North Korea, and informing world leaders that some countries, "in fact, are going to hell," Kelly sat beside first lady Melania Trump with his head in his hands and his eyes on the ground. Another notable reaction was displayed by representatives from Zimbabwe, who looked equal parts amused, concerned, and sleepy.
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On Monday night, two bombshell reports were released about the Russia investigation. CNN’s Evan Perez, Shimon Prokupecz, and Pamela Brown reported that federal investigators wiretapped former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort first in 2016 as part of an inquiry into his consulting work in Ukraine and then later as part of the investigation into Trump’s ties to Russia. Then the New York Times’s Sharon LaFraniere, Matt Apuzzo, and Adam Goldman reported that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team executed a “no knock” search warrant on Manafort’s home in July (meaning they raided his home without warning) and notified him that they planned to indict him. I reached out to Renato Mariotti, who served
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