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The Morning Briefing: UN Jew Haters, Mueller, 'Andy's Office' and Much, Much More

US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley is seen listening as the Resolution is introduced before a vote by the United Nations General Assembly at UN Headquarters in New York, NY, USA on December 21, 2017. The emergency meeting was regarding U.S. President Donald Trump's declaration that Jerusalem should be recognized as the capital of the State of Israel was requested after the U.S. veto of a similar resolution in the Security Council on December 18. (Photo by Albin Lohr-Jones/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

Good Friday morning.

Here is what’s on the President’s agenda today:

In the morning, President Donald J. Trump will depart the White House for Joint Base Andrews, en route to Palm Beach, FL.

I have a condensed, pre-Christmas version of the Morning Briefing for you today.

Two minutes of hate:

International Jew-haters vote to condemn U.S. at U.N meeting

Former CIA honcho Brennan continues to sh!t talk Trump

Say, how involved was Brennan with the Democrats’ Fusion GPS sleazy dossier?

Republicans seek answers on Obama actions around Hezbollah

Sessions gives GO sign on investigation of corrupt Uranium One deal

Dems defend Mueller, complain Republicans are trying to discredit investigation just like the Democrats are using the investigation to discredit Trump’s election

No, really Mueller is doing great

Republicans defend their interview with biased, partisan Federal agent “Andy’s office” McCabe

Report reveals 92 percent of foreign nationals in federal prisons are illegal immigrants

Sad news for those who put their eggs in the emoluments clause basket

Pictures of President Trump at Walter Reed

Year One List: 81 major Trump achievements, 11 Obama legacy items repealed

[Alleged] harassment update

Petition for Matt Damon’s removal from ‘Ocean’s 8’ gains traction

Senate has spent over $1.45M settling harassment, discrimination cases in last 20 years

Danny Masterson’s Ex-Girlfriend Joins His Accusers In Coming Forward With Allegations

Rep. Blake Farenthold ethics inquiry expanded to cover political activities

AP Exclusive: Famed conductor accused of sexual misconduct

Historical picture of the day

Defense Secretary Dick Cheney stands on an M60 tank to address a group of U.S. Marines at their Saudi Arabian desert encampment on Saturday, Dec. 22, 1990. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)

Other morsels:

Pence makes unannounced trip to Afghanistan to visit with troops

Court throws out Trump’s appeal to keep transgender people from enlisting in military

Sessions rescinds Obama-era letter to local courts on fines and fees for poor defendants

Threats against EPA head Scott Pruitt prompt additional security

America’s Slutty Hookup Culture Is Predictably Leading To Sexual McCarthyism

Republicans warn Trump of 2018 bloodbath

Corey Lewandowski is reportedly upset his calls to the White House aren’t being returned

Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock committed suicide by shooting himself in the mouth

What made North Korea’s weapons programs so much scarier in 2017

Pentagon strategy document will not include climate change: official

Second U.S. judge blocks Trump administration birth control rules

Wisconsin girl in ‘Slenderman’ stabbing sentenced to 25 years in psychiatric care

FCC proposes record $13.4 million fine on Sinclair

Palm Springs officials announce plan to remove ‘racist’ trees from golf course

Facebook ditches red flags in its attempt to help stop spread of ‘fake news’

Extravagant Christmas light displays causing hostility, along with safety and traffic problems

Liberal creates anti-conservative adult coloring book for people sick of ‘white guys’

Illegal Immigrants Stage Second DACA Protest At US Capitol After Release From Jail

NBC Asks Sarah Sanders About Taxes — She Points Directly To That Reporter’s Paycheck

DOJ told RT to register as foreign agent partly because of alleged 2016 election interference

Virginia leaves tied election completely up to chance

Elderly couple said 60 pounds of pot were Xmas gifts: cops

Darryl Stawberry to Dr. Oz: I had sex during MLB games

Inauguration Day protesters acquitted of charges following government lawsuit

Georgia nuclear plant wins key approval, after decades-long industry freeze

Papa John’s controversial CEO steps down after facing backlash for his criticism of NFL anthem protests

Cord cutting isn’t just for Millennials — even 50-somethings want their internet TV

And that’s all Ive got, see you after Christmas!