Trump: release of Mueller report will be ‘totally up to’ attorney general | US news | The Guardian – so says the Chief liar, thief and traitor!

Democrats want nominee William Barr to release Russia report, which acting AG Whitaker has said is nearly finished

Source: Trump: release of Mueller report will be ‘totally up to’ attorney general | US news | The Guardian

Rapper 21 Savage arrested by US immigration – for being British | Music | The Guardian – just doing their best “racist” to do what #45 believes to be their job – be racist!

Atlanta rapper held early on Sunday in Super Bowl city, a week before Grammys for which he is nominated twice

Source: Rapper 21 Savage arrested by US immigration – for being British | Music | The Guardian

European nations set to recognise Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s leader

Tin hat diplomacy to grab oil and overthrow an elected government – and name a guy who boycotted last election President. Ever since Chavez won over the existing Venezuelan oligarchy US elites and oil companies have been looking for a way to get A complicit to US corporate interests back in charge and just stinks. Next set of US caused refugees to try to get to US?

UK among countries set to back Guaidó as interim president unless Nicolas Maduro calls election

The UK, France, Germany and other European countries are expected to recognise Juan Guaidó as interim president of Venezuela on Monday if the current president, Nicolás Maduro, has not set a date for fresh elections by then.

EU leaders, including the Austrian chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, started expressing their support for Guaidó before the midnight deadline Sunday night.

Related: ‘We are very close’: Tens of thousands in Venezuela demand Maduro’s exit

Related: Only Venezuela can solve its problems – meddling by outsiders isn’t the solution

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Trump Admin Says It’s Too Hard To Reunite Thousands Of Separated Families: Court Filing | HuffPost

On Friday, officials from the Trump administration said it would require too much effort to reunite the thousands of families it separated before implementing its “zero-tolerance” policy in April, according to a declaration filed as part of an ongoing lawsuit between the American Civil Liberties Union and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Last month, the inspector general of the Department of Health and Human Services released a report stating that “thousands” more immigrant families had been separated than the government had previously disclosed. In the declaration submitted Friday, HHS officials said they don’t know the exact number of children who were taken from their parents before “zero tolerance” and that finding them would be too much of a “burden” since there was no formal tracking system in place.

Source: Trump Admin Says It’s Too Hard To Reunite Thousands Of Separated Families: Court Filing | HuffPost