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The Morning Briefing: Kushner Security Clearance Kerfuffle and Much, Much More

White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner is pictured at a conference on Peace and Security in the Middle East in Warsaw, Poland, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019. The Polish capital is host for a two-day international conference, co-organized by Poland and the United States. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

Good Friday morning.

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

  • The president has no public events today.

I have a condensed version of the Briefing for you this morning.

Here are your two minutes of hate:

Trump demanded top-secret security clearance for Jared Kushner last year despite concerns of John Kelly and intelligence officials

NatSec Lawyers: Trump ‘Chose to Corrupt’ Long-Established Norms by Ignoring Concerns About Kushner

Great idea, make them all vote for loony tunes socialism Pelosi, AOC Join Forces To Threaten Dems Tempted To Vote With GOP

Cohen ‘fully cooperative’ on Day 3 of Capitol Hill questioning

This is the government, wasting time doing stupid crap like this: Arizona lawmakers debate label of almond milk: ‘Almonds do not lactate’

Candace Owens getting own show on PragerU, Roseanne Barr one of first guests

Dem rep: ‘I look forward to’ Hannity’s testimony

Omar: The ‘Only Solution’ Is ‘Two’ States

Tlaib Addresses Feud With Meadows Over ‘Racist Act’

Jim Acosta, Laura Ingraham Exchange Twitter Jabs After ‘Narcissism’ CPAC Slam

Mystery firm racks up $2.25 million fine in Mueller probe

Justin Trudeau’s reelection bid hits the rocks

HHS demands apology from House Ethics chair for comments on abuse of migrant children

New CPAC stars: Black gun rights activists

Man pleads guilty to threatening senators over Kavanaugh support

Biden walks back praise for Pence following criticism

Judge Had Absolutely No Sympathy for Mystery Mueller Opponent, Unsealed Orders Show

Netanyahu facing corruption charges

Booker reintroduces bill to legalize marijuana with support from 2020 rivals

Brothers connected to alleged Jussie Smollet hoax “regret” involvement, attorney says

Hilarious. Omar, Tlaib say critics charge ‘anti-Semitism’ against them as way to end debate over Israel’s policies

‘Slaves’ reference in 8th-graders’ homework prompts apology from Tennessee school district

Kim Jong Un willing to sit down with Trump again, North Korea state media says

Why China doesn’t want to get caught in the middle of an India-Pakistan conflict

US will pay $1 million for information on Osama bin Laden’s son

Three dozen trapped Indonesian gold miners feared dead as oxygen supply in shaft falls

And that’s all I’ve got, now beat back the angry mob!