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Caulk and Awe


Washington, D.C.— On August 4, U.S. Attorney General JefiSessions, far right, condemned the “staggering number of leaks undermining” the White House. Before the announcement, President Donald Trump had been on a tirade about Sessions, publicly and privately slamming his decision to recuse himself from the Russia probe and his alleged reluctance to go after leakers. That might be why Sessions felt compelled to publicly say that his team would aggressively prosecute anyone who discloses classified information. He also said it was reviewing the rules governing when investigators can subpoena the press. Somewhere on a golf course in New Jersey, the president was probably smiling.

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LOVER'S QUARREL Russian President Vladimir Putin believed Donald Trump was a man with whom he could do business, a pragmatist willing to leave the Kremlin alone in exchange for support against terrorism. Putin thought he had finally found an American president that he could rely on, he was wrong.