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Morning Briefing: 10 things you need to know this morning – June 1st 2017

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Good morning.

Here’s what you need to know this Thursday.

1. Report: Comey Planning To Testify Publicly As Early As Next Week

Former FBI Director James Comey plans to testify publicly before the Senate as early as next week, CNN is reporting. Details of the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing are still being hammered out and a date has yet to be confirmed, a source described as being close to the issue told CNN.

2. WATCH: Bitter Hillary Clinton Is Now Blaming Inept DNC For Election Loss

Add an ineffective and bankrupt Democratic National Committee to the growing list of culprits that a bitter Hillary Clinton blames for her losing the 2016 presidential election.

3. ALTERNATE REALITY: 58 Percent Of Dems Think Russia Rigged Vote Count To Get Trump Elected

A majority of Democratic voters think Russia literally rigged the vote in the 2016 presidential election — an outlandish conspiracy theory with no evidence to support it.

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4. EXCLUSIVE RAW INTEL: Images From Kabul Suicide Bombing; ISIS Claims Credit For Water Tanker Bomb Near Embassies That Killed 80+

5. Awan Brothers: Wasserman Schultz Admits Hill IT Security Violations, Blames House Administrators For Not Stopping Her (VIDEO)

Florida Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, whose office equipment U.S. Capitol Police seized in a criminal investigation into congressional network security violations, admitted she violates official information security policy and blamed the House’s chief administrative officer for not stopping her.

6. Thanks Obama: Gitmo Alum Detained In Raid Against French ISIS Cell

Former Guantanamo Bay inmate Sabir Mahfouz Lahmar was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of being part of an Islamic State recruitment network in France. Lahmar, a 48-year-old Algerian, was one of six people detained in a counter-terror operation in the city of Bordeaux, a French judicial source told the Associated Press.


7. North Korea Promises ICBM Test Hours After Successful US Intercept Test

North Korea responded Wednesday to the Pentagon’s intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) intercept test by threatening to reduce the U.S. to ashes.

8. Trump’s Interior Secretary Issues Order To ‘Jump-Start’ Alaskan Oil Production

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke signed an order to “jump-start” oil production in Alaska by reversing an Obama administration plan to restrict drilling by half in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A). Interior officials will revise the current Integrated Activity Plan for NPR-A.

9. Trump Tweets ‘Covfefe,’ Twitter Explodes And Hilarity Ensues

President Donald Trump’s tweet Tuesday night had people on Twitter asking, “What is ‘covfefe’?” The president hit send on an unfinished message with a head-scratching misspelling at the end of it.


10. Group Sues Mayor, Police, For Details Of Seth Rich Murder Investigation

An independent group investigating the July 2016 murder of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich is suing the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) and Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser for information connected to the murder investigation.

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