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Posted: April 8, 2017 in the washington post __

The Post MostA California waiter refused to serve 4 Latina women until he saw ‘proof of residency’; Inside Trump’s White House, New York moderates spark infighting and suspicion; Al Franken may be the perfect senator for the Trump era — a deadly serious funnyman; A father went to the hospital with stomach pain. He left without his hands and feet.; German Defense Ministry contradicts Trump, says it doesn’t owe U.S. money for NATO; Trump and Republicans face a fresh test to shape Supreme Court, assert their power with Gorsuch hearings; The Texas AG sued to keep a Bible quote in school. Now he’s troubled by Muslim prayers.; Fear, hope and deportations; No, Germany doesn’t owe America ‘vast sums’ of money for NATO; Trump’s budget makes perfect sense and will fix America, and I will tell you why; So far, Trump has been mercifully incompetent; Trump administration rolls back protections for people in default on student loans; Secret Service: Driver of suspicious-looking car detained at checkpoint near White House; Former dairy farmer leads Trump-Russia investigation; Carolyn Hax: Dad insists on 13-hour road trip with toddler instead of flying; A Republican senator defended Betsy DeVos at a town hall. Boos drowned her out.
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Diana Carrillo was looking forward to lunch at the upscale restaurant. Then the waiter demanded her ID.
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Inside Trump’s White House, New York moderates spark infighting and suspicion
Business elites are ascendant in Trump’s orbit, inflaming tensions with Bannon, Priebus.
By Philip Rucker  •  Read more »

Al Franken may be the perfect senator for the Trump era — a deadly serious funnyman
During a presidency stretching the limits of late-night parody, the former SNL comedian and satirist may be having a breakout moment as a political star.
By Karen Tumulty  •  Read more »

A father went to the hospital with stomach pain. He left without his hands and feet.
For days, doctors in Michigan had no idea what was ailing the active father of three.
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Trump and Republicans face a fresh test to shape Supreme Court, assert their power with Gorsuch hearings
Democrats are gearing up for tough questioning of the Supreme Court nominee, but the genial appeals judge has earned broad support among Republicans.
By Ed O’Keefe  •  Read more »

The Texas AG sued to keep a Bible quote in school. Now he’s troubled by Muslim prayers.
School officials said they were blindsided when the state’s governor and attorney general called out Muslim students’ use of a spare classroom.
By Avi Selk  •  Read more »

Fear, hope and deportations

Trump’s promises to deport undocumented immigrants give one woman hope and the family next door fear.

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No, Germany doesn’t owe America ‘vast sums’ of money for NATO
All the things the president gets wrong about this key European alliance.
By Amanda Erickson  •  Read more »

Trump’s budget makes perfect sense and will fix America, and I will tell you why

It is the best budget ever.
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So far, Trump has been mercifully incompetent
He once said we were “led by very, very stupid people.” He’s finally right!
By Dana Milbank  •  Read more »
Trump administration rolls back protections for people in default on student loans
The administration revoked federal guidance that barred student debt collectors from charging high fees on past-due loans.
By Danielle Douglas-Gabriel  •  Read more »
Secret Service: Driver of suspicious-looking car detained at checkpoint near White House
An “on-going criminal investigation” was underway after a motorist drove a vehicle that appeared to be suspicious up to a checkpoint near the White House, authorities said.
By Martin Weil  •  Read more »

Former dairy farmer leads Trump-Russia investigation
Devin Nunes once said all he wanted to do was work on a dairy farm.
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Carolyn Hax: Dad insists on 13-hour road trip with toddler instead of flying
Husband hates flying, but mom doesn’t want to endure traveling for hours to family event in a car.
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A Republican senator defended Betsy DeVos at a town hall. Boos drowned her out.
But the audience reacted favorably when Sen. Joni Ernst said she thinks President Trump should release his tax returns.
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