Photo: President Donald Trump shouts to reporters as he departs for travel to Missouri from the White House in Washington, November 29, 2017. (Jonathan Ern/Reuters)
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Noted conservative Bill Kristol rocked the political world when he tweeted, "The GOP tax bill's bringing out my inner socialist. The sex scandals are bringing out my inner feminist. Donald Trump and Roy Moore are bringing out my inner liberal. WHAT IS HAPPENING?" We try to answer that question and figure out where the GOP is going.
Democratic House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi was calling Rep. John Conyers an icon, but now she is calling on him to resign. The parade of high profile male news stars who’ve been fired over allegations of sexual harassment and assault continues. Does this have the potential to rebalance gender in the news business?
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