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Trump says Sleepy Joe reminds him of running against “Crooked Hillary” in 2016. Do you think Joe Biden has a chance?

Trump, Biden give preview of 2020 general election as they blast each other in Iowa
In what could be a preview of the 2020 general election campaign for the White House, both Joe Biden and President Trump took repeated, personal swipes at each other during dueling political events in different Iowa communities on Tuesday afternoon. Trump tore into Biden as “Sleepy Joe” and said See More the former vice president reminds him of running against “Crooked Hillary” in 2016. On the other side of the state, at about the same time, Biden said the Trump presidency “has got to end,” after labeling the president an “existential threat to America” earlier in the day.

The president hit Biden for visiting Iowa “once every two weeks,” mocking the former vice president for repeatedly mentioning his name. Meanwhile, Biden employed a similar line of attack. “One of my staff showed me that apparently he had my speech on — on Air Force One,” Biden said at Iowa Wesleyan University in Mount Pleasant. “I guess he’s really fascinated with me. I find it fascinating.”

Sanders to make his case for Democratic socialism
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is expected to make a speech on Wednesday touting his idea of Democratic socialism, a systempromising Medicare-for-all, free public college and a $15-per-hour minimum wage, all of which have caused Republicans to dismiss him as too far to the left. Sanders is expected to defend these ideals as the “unfinished business” necessary to restore America to Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal era if he’s elected president in 2020. His campaign platform will largely hinge on the promise to address the growing wealth inequality and guarantee economic rights that he feels all American’s are entitled to.

Jon Stewart shames lawmakers on behalf of 9/11 first responders
Jon Stewart slammed lawmakers who missed a hearing Tuesday on 9/11 victims’ compensation fund and called on them to back up their words with actions and help American heroes who are still suffering today. The sparse attendance by lawmakers was “an embarrassment to the country and a stain on the institution” of Congress, Stewart said during the hearing, adding the “disrespect” shown to first responders now suffering from respiratory ailments and other illnesses, “is utterly unacceptable.” Lawmakers from both parties said they support the bill and were monitoring the hearing amid other congressional business.

Still, the empty seats were unacceptable to Stewart. “That drove me nuts,” the comedian said in an interview on “Shepard Smith Reporting.” “They kept saying it’s a ‘sub-subcommittee.’ There’s still people on the sub-subcommittee that aren’t here. Either 9/11 was a priority or it wasn’t. But, your deeds have to at some point match your tweets and your words. Today it didn’t.”

Donald Trump Jr. to testify on Russia again
Donald Trump Jr. will testify Wednesday behind closed doorsbefore the Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee, as part of what the president has called an “unfair” effort to subject his son to yet another interview on Russia-related matters. The interview will likely be relatively brief. Trump Jr. has already provided more than twodozen hours of testimony before Congress. The latest meeting comes after the committee’s Republican chairman, North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr, subpoenaed him as part of the panel’s Russia investigation.

Donald Jr’s latest testimony comes as House Democrats on Tuesday passed a civil enforcement resolution that Democrats say effectively holds Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn in contempt of Congress. On Monday, a key Democrat-led committee postponed its own contempt vote and said the Justice Department was cooperating with its investigation.

US Women’s World Cup team a bunch of sore winners?
The U.S. women’s 13-0 shellacking of Thailand to kick off their Women’s World Cup title defense on Tuesday inspired confidence.But it also came under criticism from some who felt the team showed poor sportsmanship by continuing to score and celebrate in front of an already-beaten opponent. “0.0 problem with the score line as this is THE tournament BUT celebrating goals (like #9) leaves a sour taste in my mouth like many of you, Tweeted Taylor Twellman, ESPN soccer analyst.

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Watergate figure in the spotlight as Dems begin hearings on Mueller report
John Dean, the former White House counsel to Richard Nixon and a key figure in the Watergate scandal, is expected to be frontand center on Capitol Hill on Monday, as House Democrats are set to begin a series of hearings this coming week seeking to keep the spotlight on See More Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report. Although the week could end with Attorney General William Barr and formerWhite House counsel Donald McGahn in contempt of Congress, no formal impeachment inquiry is on the table, and the way forward remains unclear. Prominent Democrats have continued to support the investigative “path” — in the words of Speaker Nancy Pelosi — that some of them publicly hope will lead to impeachment. Trump slammed the hearings on Sunday, calling Dean, who is also a CNN contributor, a “sleazebag attorney” and that Dems do not get “do-overs” in the Russia investigation.

Mexico still in Trump tariff crosshairs
Even as he again hailed his administration’s last-minute deal on Friday with Mexico as a “successful agreement” to address illegal immigration at the southern border, President Trump on Sunday bluntly suggested he might again seek to impose punishing tariffs on Mexico if its cooperation falls short in the future. The president and other key administration officials also sharply disputed a New York Times report claiming the deal “largely” had been negotiated months ago, and hinted that not all major details of the new arrangement have yet been made public.

California to give illegal immigrants full health benefits
In a stance to distance itself from President Trump’s administration, California is set to become the first state in the country to pay for tens of thousands of illegal immigrants to have full health benefits. Under an agreement between Gov. Gavin Newsom and Democrats in the state legislature as part of a broader $213 billion budget, low-income adultsbetween the ages of 19 and 25 living in California illegally would be eligible for California’s Medicaid program, known as Medi-Cal. The plan would take effect in January 2020, the Sacramento Bee reported.

‘Big Papi’ shot in the Dominican Republic
Former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was ambushed by a man who got off a motorcycle and shot him in the back at nearly point-blank range in a nightclub in his native Dominican Republic on Sunday. A local reporter who said he’d spoken with the doctor who treated Ortiz told ESPN that a bullet had hit Ortiz’s lower back and came out his stomach. Police said Ortiz was transferred to a hospital where he underwent surgery. He’s reportedly now in stable condition. A witness at the scene said a suspect who was at the scene is in custody. Other circumstances surrounding the shooting were unclear.

ICYMI: A fourth U.S. tourist death at Dominican Republic resort
A fourth U.S. tourist died after he fell critically and suddenly ill at an all-inclusive resort in the Dominican Republic this past April, about a month before three others died in their rooms, Fox News has learned. Robert Bell Wallace, 67, of California, became ill almost immediately after he had a scotch from the room minibar at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino resort in Punta Cana, his niece, Chloe Arnold, told Fox News on Sunday. He was in the Dominican Republic to attend his stepson’s wedding.

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Editors Note: This article is not an endorsement of The Proud Boys or their philosophy or tactics. It is merely an example of how the left actively works to silence conservative voices.

In a recent podcast episode, independent journalist Tim Pool, discussed a leaked email he received that appears to show a prominent left-wing journalist coercing Chase Bank into demonetizing a political opposition group known as The Proud Boys.

“What you see on your screen right now is an email from a Slate Jounalist named April Glaser…This email, in my opinion, shows the tactics of activists in media to deplatform their political rivals through loaded questions and language meant to create maximum pressure and the cost of businesses to work with certain political groups.”

April Glaser and a Screenshot of her leaked email to JP Morgan Chase

At first, Pool was hesitant to name the journalist and had originally redacted her name, but felt that it was necessary to reveal the email’s author in order to show how her articles and tweets she’s suggest her bias towards regulating conservative groups on platforms like YouTube and Facebook. He even identified one article written by Glaser that suggests her specific intention was to get The Proud Boys shut down by having their financial services terminated. Glaser has since made her Twitter account private and has allegedly been deleting tweets that depict her bias.

The email in question was sent by Glaser to three different people (emails redacted), two of whom were at JP Morgan and one at Chase.  The email reads:

“Hi There,

I’m April, a journalist at Slate.  Writing to ask if JP Morgan Chase is aware that the Proud Boys affiliated online store 1776.shop uses Chase Paymentech as  its payment proecessor.  1776 shop is what’s redirected from FundTheWest.org which Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes cited as the legal defense fund of the Proud Boys.

The Proud Boys are designated by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group and members have engaged in group violence in Portland and New York City.  The group has been suspended by Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Is the usage of Chase Paymentech in support of such groups against Chases’ policy? On a deadline.

Sincerely,

April”

Pool argues that rather than being a journalist, Glaser is in
fact an activist whose email used framing tactics designed to coerce action
from its recipients.  In this case, Glaser
subversively hinted that she was going to accuse Chase of supporting a “SPLC
designated hate group” in an article if they didn’t disenfranchise themselves
from The Proud Boys.

In a statement to DC Clothesline, Pool states:

“Following the Vox controversy with Steven Crowder, or #VoxAdpocalypse, and mass censorship hitting YouTube I found it pertinent to show how these activists in media operate and how they use framing devices to target people like conservatives and other political groups.

The reporter in question has advocated for government regulation to restrict speech and I believe this shows her to be an activist acting to target and cause harm to political rivals. The email was confirmed to me by Chase bank on two occasions and the contents of the email were referred to in my correspondence with Slate. While not directly confirming the email I believe this with Chase bank’s confirmation is sufficient to confirm the authenticity of the email.”

Slate has since provided an official
statement defending Glaser’s actions:

“In the course of her reporting about banks providing financial services for 1776.shop, an e-commerce site associated with the Proud Boys, April reached out to those banks for comment about their policies of providing services to a designated hate group. In both her email and in the subsequent reporting, April provided important context and we stand by her reporting on this newsworthy topic.”

Further evidence of Glaser’s activist tendencies can be found in her own proclamation on Twitter (and reported by Information Liberation) that she wrote Google last year to complain that the top search results for abortion on YouTube were pro-life videos she deemed ‘dangerous misinformation”.  She stated, “YouTube changed the results after I asked.” She went on to write a negative story on how the YouTube results were anti-abortion “gory videos rife with misinformation.” Several prominent conservative personalities wondered why Google was kowtowing to a single journalist’s request.

Enrique “Henry” Tarrio, Chairman of The Proud Boys, told Pool that their online store 1776.shop, which was a platform that allowed various groups to sell t-shirts, mugs and hats to raise money for charity, was dropped by Chase on February 1, 2019, just one day after Ms. Glaser’s email was sent to company execs.  Tarrio’s personal accounts at Chase, were also closed.  Paypal and Square also severed ties with the online store on the same day.  It is presumed that Ms. Glaser may have emailed them as well, in doing research for her story on banks providing financial services.

Ms Glaser, did release her article about 7 days after her emails to JP Morgan Chase, suggesting that her deadline was longer than she had let on in the email.  On February 7th, Slate published her article entitled The Swag Shop for the Far Right,  a stunning piece on how Square, Paypal and Chase had just pulled their services on the online store. It seems pretty obvious that this was the story she was going for and not a general story about ‘banks providing their financial services’ as Slate would have us believe.

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As the nation’s capital and cities from Boston to West Hollywood, Calif., prepare for gay pride events this weekend, the White House is committing to President Trump’s recent embrace of LGBT Pride Month. But Trump is having a hard time winning over skeptics.

After two years of silence, Trump last week became the first GOP president to recognize the month, with a call for the global decriminalization of homosexuality.

Aide Kellyanne Conway amplified his stance, calling him the first president to take office “approving of gay marriage.”

But the left-leaning Human Rights Campaign denounced Trump’s words as “propaganda” that belied negative actions by his administration, including Trump’s transgender military ban and rollback of anti-discrimination rules.

Others expressed doubts about Trump’s sincerity, including former Rep. Robert Bauman, R-Md., who was outed as gay in 1980 before losing reelection.

“I assume someone calculated on his part that it’s beneficial politically,” Bauman told the Washington Examiner.

Bauman said Trump was the first Republican candidate for president he did not vote for — over policies unrelated to gay rights — and that Trump “was for abortion before he was against abortion,” and may be similarly fickle in his latest remarks.

The former Republican congressman, who authored a 1986 book about being a gay conservative, said he opposes Trump because of “his disregard for the Constitution that he doesn’t seem to know anything about” and the fact that he “conducts his administration as though he is a dictator.”

The White House defended Trump’s sincerity. White House spokesman Judd Deere said in a statement that Trump has always “opposed discrimination of any kind” against gay and transgender people and “never considered LGBT Americans second class citizens.”

“Donald Trump, as a private citizen and as president, has stood strong with a message of inclusion and advocated for the equal treatment of all, including the LGBT community,” Deere said, calling Trump “the first U.S. President in our history to favor same-sex marriage when he was sworn in.”

Former President Barack Obama opposed legal recognition of same-sex marriage until 2012. Hillary Clinton dropped her opposition in 2013.

Trump, meanwhile, has many enthusiastic gay supporters. As a candidate, he posed with a rainbow flag. During an April visit to Texas, a supporter watched his motorcade with a rainbow flag in one hand and a Trump reelection flag in the other. A woman photo-bombing a New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio press conference in Trump Tower last month held a flag saying “LGBT for Trump.”

But Trump’s choice of Mike Pence as vice president upset gay activists. Trump reportedly joked that Pence “wants to hang” gay people. And despite saying as a candidate that he didn’t care which Trump Tower bathroom transgender Caitlyn Jenner used, he abruptly ordered a transgender military ban in 2017.

And while Trump recognized the month in tweets and a supplementary White House statement, he has not issued a formal proclamation, as did Obama.

In a recent series of events, however, Trump’s gay ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, launched a campaign to persuade other countries to legalize homosexuality, and Trump said in a Fox News interview that “it’s good” to see Democratic presidential candidate and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg campaign with his husband.

Bauman said Trump’s recent remarks are unlikely to have a political effect. He believes most voters will overlook gay rights as their primary voting concern, as he did for years when the Republican Party took a more hostile stance.

“I don’t think he gets very many gay votes,” Bauman said. “I don’t think Trump could do anything that could convert gay people on the Left that oppose him. They are dissatisfied for other issues.”

Bauman added he doesn’t believe Trump’s embrace means an end to culture-war tensions over homosexuality.

“Trump is not a bellwether for society. He is an aberration,” Bauman said.

A loaded War Room broadcast for today includes guests Tommy Sotomayor, Adam Greene, Carpe Donktum, David Lynn and Based Amy. Topics included the attack on Christians, internet censorship, open borders and the left celebrating abortion.

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I’m at City Council in Greensboro NC to give my monthly speech to trigger the left .. here is my speech.

“As we celebrate LGBT Pride Month and recognize the outstanding contributions LGBT people have made to our great Nation, let us also stand in solidarity with the many LGBT people who live in dozens of countries worldwide that punish, imprison, or See More even execute individuals…..on the basis of their sexual orientation. My Administration has launched a global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality and invite all nations to join us in this effort!”

These words came straight out of the mouth of Donald Trump, a man the leftist gay community would have you believe is a homophobe. This is the same person who at the 2016 Republican National Convention, Trump promised “to do everything in my power to protect our LGBTQ citizens. … Believe me.” The same man who is EVERYONES President that also not only worked to comfort and support those with HIV from as far back as the 1980’s and who has recently in May tweeted these words “Great news today: My Administration just secured a historic donation of HIV prevention drugs to help expand access to PrEP for the uninsured and those at risk. Will help us achieve our goal of ending the HIV epidemic in America!”

This being June, and Pride Month I want EVERYONE to know in this city that many people in the Republican party just as much as Trump does, shows, and acts on it that we all support the WHOLE community, which includes it’s #LGBTQ !

Last Friday, Donald Trump became the first Republican president in American history to acknowledge LGBT Pride Month. This came two and a half years after he entered office as the first president of either party in American history to fully support marriage equality. These are facts – not fake news – and they represent a fundamental shift in the acceptance of gays and lesbians in the Republican Party.

Democrats didn’t want Trump to acknowledge LGBT Pride Month at all. They’d rather not have gay and lesbian voters know that this White House is spearheading an initiative to decriminalize homosexuality worldwide, led by U.S. Ambassador to Germany my friend Ric Grenell, the highest-ranking openly gay man currently serving in the Trump administration.

This same left didn’t want you to know is that there are wide swaths of gay and lesbian Americans who want the same things as their straight counterparts: border security, limited government, a strong military, and the tools to create wealth.

These gays and lesbians support an administration that stands strong against terror because we saw what happened at Pulse Orlando when a terrorist killed 49 of us in cold blood in the name of ISIS. These gays and lesbians support border security because we know that unchecked illegal immigration depresses wages, brings drugs and violence across the border, and we in Greensboro are susceptible to all of these things, too.

I make this plea to ALL, Being a REPUBLICAN DOES NOT MAKE YOU A CERTAIN RELIGION, and BEING of the GAY COMMUNITY DOES NOT MAKE YOU A CERTAIN POLITICAL PARTY

I again invite people to attend the MARCH FOR TRUMP JUNE 15 Downtown at Noon at Governmental Plaza for an AMERICAN PRIDE RALLY of Free Speech, We do ask those who attend that we keep this event positive, and about unity. All will be invited & we will not discriminate groups/individuals. This Event is Inclusive for EVERYONE no matter your race, gender, religion, sexuality, or political party. But this event will not be Anti-TRUMP

I URGE EVERYONE – ESPECIALLY my fellow Republicans to come together this month in PEACE and UNITY. STOP THE HATE and Lets Work Together to Make America and Greensboro a Great Place for EVERYONE.

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(Bloomberg Opinion) — This is the moment the U.S. technology superpowers surely knew was coming: The U.S. government is preparing to crawl all over Google to figure out whether it is an abusive monopolist. Google parent company Alphabet Inc. and the other tech giants should be quaking in their fleece vests.

Bloomberg News and other news organizations reported late Friday that the U.S. Department of Justice is preparing to open an investigation into Google’s compliance with antitrust laws. If it goes forward, an investigation will no doubt be broad, lengthy, messy, and impossible for Google and its investors to predict.

That should terrify Google and every other big technology company — because there’s no guarantee that the antitrust Klieg light will turn on one company alone.

This isn’t Google’s first antitrust rodeo. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission in 2013 closed without further action its own antitrust investigation into whether Google wielded its dominant web search engine like a cudgel to disadvantage rivals, drive up prices for advertisers and ultimately harm consumers. (Google did agree to some voluntary changes.)

And in recent years, the European Union antitrust watchdog imposed billions of dollars in fines after finding antitrust violations, including over how Google conducted business with its Android smartphone software and its internet shopping service. In the U.S. and elsewhere, politicians from all party stripes have sought to attack Google or other tech giants for various perceived sins, including being too big for the good of industry and consumers. Being Google has meant dealing with perennial regulatory and political nightmares.

This latest chapter of “As Google Turns” may have started in January on Capitol Hill. “I don’t think big is necessarily bad, but I think a lot of people wonder how such huge behemoths that now exist in Silicon Valley have taken shape under the nose of the antitrust enforcers,” Bill Barr, now the U.S. attorney general, said to U.S. senators during a confirmation hearing. The DOJ’s chief antitrust enforcer, who represented Google during a merger more than a decade ago, has expressed similar views. 

Antitrust investigations are difficult to predict, of course. Once the U.S. government pores over every internal email and business development contract, there’s no telling what it will turn up. If the DOJ moves ahead, it will also be an open invitation for every company or individual with a gripe against Google to pile on, and an investigation will embolden critics of Facebook, Amazon and other tech giants as well.

It’s worth remembering that Google narrowly escaped a possible antitrust lawsuit the last time the U.S. looked closely. Portions of communications between FTC commissioners and staff later showed that staffers wanted to bring an antitrust lawsuit on a few matters including on what they said was Google’s strong-arm tactics to scrape information from websites such as Yelp and TripAdvisor without their permission to improve Google’s search engine. Ultimately the FTC commissioners unanimously voted not to pursue a lawsuit and possibly a breakup of what was then a smaller Google.

That was a different regulatory agency during the administration of President Barack Obama, which was considered relatively cozy with Google. The current White House has been openly critical of Google, largely over bogus claims that it and some other tech companies unfairly suppress conservative voices online.

Washington is much different than it was in 2013, and sentiment in the capitol and beyond has soured as U.S. technology superstars have grown even larger and more dominant. An investigation of Google is likely to be politically popular on both the left and the right. The politics and the optics aren’t in Google’s favor. Now we’ll see – again – whether the law is against the company as well.

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May 29, 2019; Houston, TX, USA; Chicago Cubs center fielder Albert Almora Jr. (5, center) is consoled by right fielder Jason Heyward (22, left) and manager Joe Maddon (70) after a fan was hit by a foul ball during the fourth inning against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park. Mandatory Credit: Erik Williams-USA TODAY Sports

May 30, 2019

Kyle Hendricks pitched eight effective innings, Kyle Schwarber and Kris Bryant homered, and the visiting Chicago Cubs averted a series sweep at the hands of the Houston Astros with a 2-1 interleague victory Wednesday.

The game was briefly delayed in the fourth inning when Chicago’s Albert Almora Jr. hit a foul ball that struck a young fan in the stands. The Astros confirmed after the game that the child was taken to a hospital, but according to Houston radio station KBME 790 AM (SportsTalk790), the fan was expected to be all right.

The incident shook up Almora, who struck out to finish the at-bat. After the half-inning, he was seen sobbing after talking to a security guard stationed near where the child was seated.

Hendricks (5-4) allowed one run on four hits and one walk with seven strikeouts while throwing a season-high 108 pitches.

Rays 4, Blue Jays 3 (11 innings)

Willy Adames singled home the winning run with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 11th inning as Tampa Bay defeated Toronto in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Justin Shafer (0-1) walked Ji-Man Choi to start the bottom of the 11th. Choi took third on Avisail Garcia’s one-out single. Andrew Velazquez ran for Choi, and Kevin Kiermaier was walked intentionally to bring up Adames.

Diego Castillo (1-3) overcame a double and walk in the top of the 11th to pick up the win. The Rays swept the three-game series and lead the season series with the Blue Jays 5-1.

Indians 14, Red Sox 9

Carlos Santana homered among his three extra-base hits and drove in five runs as Cleveland won at Boston.

Santana legged out an RBI triple to open the scoring in the first inning, launched a solo homer in fourth and had a bases-clearing double in the seventh. He fell short in his bid to become the ninth Cleveland player to hit for the cycle after striking out in the ninth inning.

Andrew Benintendi and Xander Bogaerts launched two-run homers while Mookie Betts and Jackie Bradley Jr. added solo shots for the Red Sox, who have lost four of their past six. Christian Vazquez and Brock Holt each had an RBI double, but Boston’s attempt at a rally fell short as Brad Hand retired the two batters he faced for his 15th save.

Angels 12, Athletics 7 (11 innings)

Cesar Puello capped a huge day by scoring the go-ahead run in a five-run 11th inning as Los Angeles made it two straight over host Oakland in the finale of a three-game series.

The uprising allowed Los Angeles to finally put the game away after the A’s twice rallied from two-run deficits in the last two innings of regulation, using home runs by Matt Olson in the eighth and Mark Canha in the ninth as the driving forces in the comeback.

Puello led off the 11th by getting hit on the wrist by a pitch from Oakland’s seventh pitcher, Lou Trivino (2-1). A walk, sacrifice bunt, error, intentional walk and passed ball plated the Angels’ first two runs of the inning before Tommy La Stella contributed an RBI single and Jonathan Lucroy a two-run single to extend the lead to five.

White Sox 8, Royals 7

Tim Anderson hit a go-ahead, eighth-inning double in his return to the lineup, and Yoan Moncada and Jose Abreu homered as host Chicago defeated Kansas City to complete a three-game series sweep.

Moncada smacked a solo home run in the first inning, setting the stage for an early flurry of action that included the second-inning ejection of Royals starter Glenn Sparkman, who was tossed after hitting Anderson on the bill of his batting helmet with a pitch.

Kansas City tied the game at 7-all in the eighth on a two-run single by Nicky Lopez before Anderson answered in the bottom half. Anderson was making his first start since sustaining a right wrist injury on Friday.

Phillies 11, Cardinals 4

Bryce Harper homered, doubled, singled and had four RBIs to lift host Philadelphia past St. Louis. Andrew McCutchen hit a home run and scored four runs while Scott Kingery and Maikel Franco each added a homer for the Phillies, who earned their second straight win and fifth in six games.

Phillies starter Aaron Nola (6-0) was very effective in seven innings, giving up four hits and one run. Nola, who struck out eight and walked three, threw 102 pitches, 68 for strikes.

Matt Wieters had a home run, a double and two RBIs, and Marcell Ozuna also had two hits for St. Louis.

Pirates 7, Reds 2

Colin Moran and Josh Bell hit opposite-field, three-run homers to lift visiting Pittsburgh past Cincinnati. Pirates starter Steven Brault (2-1) threw 5 1/3 shutout innings, allowing three hits, striking out five and walking two.

Bell went 3-for-5 with two runs. Elias Diaz, Bryan Reynolds, Starling Marte, Cole Tucker and Kevin Newman had two hits each for the Pirates, who earned a split of the four-game series.

Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani (2-3) went 5 2/3 innings, allowing three runs and eight hits. He struck out three and walked one.

Rangers 8, Mariners 7

Asdrubal Cabrera’s run-scoring double in the ninth inning snapped a tie and gave Texas a win over host Seattle. Jesse Chavez (1-1), who served as the opener in Tuesday’s game, pitched two innings of scoreless relief for the victory.

Shawn Kelley worked out of a jam in the ninth, getting a game-ending double play for his sixth save of the season.

With two outs in the top of the ninth, Nomar Mazara and Cabrera hit back-to-back doubles to left off Seattle right-hander Anthony Bass (0-1). Mazara finished with three hits and three runs for the Rangers, who took the final two games of the three-game series.

Yankees 7, Padres 0

DJ LeMahieu and Luke Voit opened with consecutive homers in the first inning, James Paxton pitched four hitless innings in his return from the injured list, and host New York beat San Diego.

LeMahieu hit his third career leadoff homer, hammering an 0-2 changeup by rookie Chris Paddack (4-3) into the left field seats. Two pitches later, Voit slugged a fastball over the left-center-field fence.

It was the 10th time the Yankees hit consecutive homers at the start of the first inning. The last time was July 7 of last season at Toronto when Brett Gardner and Aaron Judge went deep against J.A. Happ.

Rockies 5, Diamondbacks 4

Brendan Rodgers had a two-run single in a three-run fourth inning, and Jeff Hoffman earned his first win in almost two years as Colorado extended its winning streak to four games with a win over Arizona in Denver.

Trevor Story had three hits and a stolen base, and Hoffman went five innings for his first victory since July 16, 2017. The Rockies (27-27) reached .500 for the first time since March 31, after the fourth game of the season.

Carson Kelly had three hits including a homer and two RBIs, Adam Jones homered, and Ildemaro Vargas had two singles and three walks for the Diamondbacks, who have lost three in a row and eight of 11.

Nationals 14, Braves 4

Washington sent nine batters to the plate in each of the first two innings, and Anibal Sanchez came off the injured list to throw six scoreless innings in a road rout of Atlanta.

Trea Turner collected three hits for the Nationals while Anthony Rendon, Juan Soto, Howie Kendrick and Matt Adams had two apiece. Soto homered and extended his career-best hitting streak to 13 games, and Kendrick drove in four runs, tying his season high.

Sanchez (1-6) pitched for the first time since May 16 after being sidelined with a left hamstring strain. He retired the first 16 batters he faced until Ozzie Albies lined a single to center with one out in the sixth. Sanchez allowed only one hit and one walk, and he struck out seven.

Marlins 4, Giants 2

Pinch hitter Neil Walker pulled a seventh-inning, go-ahead RBI double down the right field line, leading host Miami over San Francisco.

The Marlins, who own the National League’s worst record, have won nine of their past 12 games. The Giants have dropped seven straight contests.

Jorge Alfaro, who scored the go-ahead run on Walker’s double, went 4-for-4 to lead Miami’s offense. It was the first four-hit game of his career. Reliever Nick Anderson (2-2) earned the win with one scoreless inning. Sergio Romo pitched the ninth, allowing one run, to post his 11th save.

Tigers 4, Orioles 2

Brandon Dixon hit a two-run homer in the top of the ninth inning to give visiting Detroit a victory over Baltimore in the rubber game of a three-game series.

Baltimore led 2-1 after seven innings, but the Tigers tied it on a John Hicks homer to lead off the eighth against Mychal Givens.

Dixon then got the game-winning blast off Branden Kline (1-2) with one out in the ninth to give the struggling Tigers their second consecutive victory. Shane Greene closed it in the ninth for his 18th save.

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BRUSSELS (AP) — France’s pro-EU president and the leader of Italy’s euroskeptic, far-right movement jockeyed for the role of chief powerbroker on the continent Monday after elections to the European Parliament hollowed out the traditional political middle.

The four days of balloting that drew to a close Sunday across the European Union’s 28 countries ended the domination of the main center-right and center-left parties in Parliament and established the anti-EU forces on the right and the environmentalists on the left as forces to be reckoned with.

Voters delivered the highest turnout in 20 years, rejecting mainstream politics in France, Germany, Britain and Italy.

The results could make the business of governing Europe even trickier, leaving the Parliament deadlocked over key issues to come, including immigration, a major trade agreement with the United States, global warming, regulation of the tech industry and, of course, Brexit.

The outcome of the election is already setting off a power struggle.

In France, President Emmanuel Macron’s party narrowly lost to the French far-right, led by Marine Le Pen. Macron, whose party was poised to secure 21 seats to 22 for Le Pen’s National Rally, spent Monday busily amassing allies ahead of a summit Tuesday in Brussels, hoping to build a durable pro-EU coalition.

In Italy, Matteo Salvini’s right-wing League party won a third of the country’s vote and is poised to become one of the biggest parties in the European Parliament with 28 seats in the 751-seat legislature. But his ambitions reached higher.

By midday, he had already spoken to Le Pen, Hungary’s hardline anti-immigrant prime minister, Viktor Orban, and Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage and was promising to singlehandedly bring together a contradiction in terms — an international group of nationalists.

“We want to be a group that has at least 100 members and has the ambition to be at least 150, if everyone can overcome jealousies, sympathies, antipathies. To create an alternative, you play. You don’t do it by turning up your nose,” he said.

The center-right European People’s Party and the center-left Socialists & Democrats have dominated the parliament with a combined majority since direct elections were first held in 1979. With results still coming in , the EPP was on track to secure 180 seats, down from 217 five years ago. The Socialists were slated to win 145, down from 187.

Riding what they called Europe’s “green wave,” environmentalist parties seeking action on climate change made strong gains, notably in Germany. Another mainstream formation, the free-market ALDE group backed by Macron, saw its stake in the Parliament rise to 109 seats, from 68 in 2014.

For the Parliament to choose a European Commission president and ultimately to pass legislation, new and uncomfortable alliances must be forged, and nearly all will require some combination of ALDE and the Greens.

Well aware of the far-right’s potential to turn against itself, Macron launched a flurry of meetings ahead of the dinner summit Tuesday where the EU countries’ presidents and prime ministers will take stock of the election results.

He started with Spain and was due to hold talks with the leaders of Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

“The future majority of the European Parliament goes through us, without question. There isn’t one without us,” Pascal Canfin, one of the leading candidates from Macron’s party, told France Inter radio.

In Germany, where Chancellor Angela Merkel’s center-right movement also lost ground, leaders of the country’s governing parties met to weigh the fallout from their worst post-World War II showing in a nationwide election.

“We are facing a shrinking center,” a subdued EPP candidate Manfred Weber said. “From now on, those who want to have a strong European Union have to join forces.”

Senior figures from the EPP hold the top posts in the EU’s three main institutions: Parliament president; head of the EU’s powerful executive commission; and European Council president, who chairs summits of European presidents and prime ministers.

Just over 50 percent of the EU’s more than 400 million voters cast ballots.

While real power in Europe remains in the hands of the 28 member states, the Parliament’s influence has grown. It has helped improve air flight safety in Europe, cut down on plastics use, end mobile telephone roaming charges inside the bloc, boost data privacy, and cut carbon dioxide emissions from cars.

Steve Bannon, who helped propel Donald Trump’s populist campaign to the White House, was in Paris on Monday to celebrate the victories of like-minded parties in Europe and gird for the battle ahead.

“You see the trend, and it’s definitely nationalist-versus-globalist,” he said. He predicted the far-right will prevail by grinding the European Parliament to a halt: “Every day will be like Stalingrad.”

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Associated Press writers Lorne Cook and Mike Corder contributed to this story, along with Colleen Barry in Milan, Sylvie Corbet in Paris, Jill Lawless in London, and Geir Moulson in Berlin.

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Actor Jon Voight expressed his support for President Trump, declaring him “the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln” in a two-part video message posted on Twitter on Friday night.

Voight, one of the very few outspoken conservative actors in Hollywood, spoke directly to the “people of the Republican Party.”

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“I know that you’ll agree with me when I say that our president has our utmost respect and our love,” Voight began. “This job is not easy for he’s battling the left and their absurd words of destruction. … Our nation has been built on the solid ground from our forefathers and there is a moral code of duty that has been passed on from President Lincoln.”

The Academy Award-winning actor told his followers that he wanted to “acknowledge the truth” that “our country is stronger, safer, and with more jobs” because President Trump “has made every move correct.”

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“Don’t be fooled by the political left because we are the people of this nation that is witnessing triumph,” Voight continued. “So let us stand with our president, let us stand for this truth that President Trump is the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln. God bless America.”

Voight is best known for his lead role as Joe Buck in the 1969 film “Midnight Cowboy.” His decades-long career includes movie roles in “Deliverance,” “Mission: Impossible,” “Anaconda,” “Zoolander,” and “Transformers” as well as television roles in “24” and “Ray Donovan.”


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