With failure to form political coalition, has Israel’s Netanyahu lost his ‘magic’?


JOHN YANG: Second, by second the clock ran
out last night on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s efforts to form a coalition government. So, the legislature, called the Knesset, voted
to dissolve itself barely a month after it was sworn in, sending the country into an
unprecedented redo election. Afterward, the prime minister sounded confident. BENJAMIN NETANYAHU, Israeli Prime Minister
(through translator): We will run a sharp, clear election campaign which will bring us
victory. We will win, we will win, and the public will
win. JOHN YANG: But, on the streets, frustration. ARNOLD EPSTEIN, Jerusalem Resident: In my
view, it is a very sad day for Israel. We have become like a Third World country,
when people are worried about their personalities, instead of about the country’s politics. EREZ GOLDMAN, Jerusalem Resident: As every
other citizen of Israel, I was very surprised, even shocked, from what happened last night. JOHN YANG: Just last month, Netanyahu and
his right wing Likud Party celebrated victory. But his efforts to form a coalition crumbled
over disagreements about military draft exemptions for Ultra-Orthodox Jews. Avigdor Lieberman, head of a small ultra-nationalist
and secular party, insisted on ending the exemptions. When Ultra-Orthodox parties siding with Netanyahu
balked, Lieberman refused to join, thus denying the prime minister a working majority in the
Knesset. AVIGDOR LIEBERMAN, Leader, Yisrael Beiteinu
Party (through translator): The fact that the state of Israel is heading toward another
election is only because of the Likud. They did not reach a coalition agreement with
any party until yesterday. JOHN YANG: Looming over all this, pending
corruption charges against Netanyahu. He faces a pre-indictment hearing just two
weeks before Israelis go to the polls again in mid-September. The political upheaval also threatens U.S.
plans to roll out an Israeli-Palestinian peace proposal shepherded by President Trump’s son-in-law,
Jared Kushner. He met with Netanyahu in Jerusalem today. BENJAMIN NETANYAHU: Even though we had a little
event last night, that’s not going to stop us. We’re going to continue working together. Thank you, Jared. JOHN YANG: For now, any talk of peace is likely
to be pushed off once again, as the prime minister fights to keep his job. The Trump administration had already agreed
to release that plan after last month’s Israeli elections, so it would not become an issue. Joining us now is David Makovsky. He is a distinguished fellow at the Washington
Institute and director of the Project on Arab-Israel Relations. David, thanks so much for coming back. DAVID MAKOVSKY, Senior Fellow, Washington
Institute for Near East Policy: Glad to be with you. JOHN YANG: After the election last month,
analysts said this was going to be easy for Netanyahu to build a coalition to form a government. What happened? DAVID MAKOVSKY: What happened is, the person
who’s kind of known as the magician in Israel seemed to have lost his magic. He’s a very formidable political campaigner,
but his — part of his success is, after the results, it’s cobbling together the requisite
government. You need 61 out of 120 seats in the Parliament. Part of his success in the past is his ability
to reach across the aisle and bring in parties when he has recalcitrants from the other side
within his own ranks. With the indictments, as you pointed to in
the setup piece, correctly, what it’s done is, it’s polarized the system in Israel, that
the center parties that normally would have been more open what they call a unity government,
a big tent, they said, we will not talk to this guy, so long as he’s under a legal cloud. That legal cloud has to be lifted. So his room to maneuver shrunk dramatically,
and he became more beholden to the parties of the right. Lieberman identified where there’s schism
within the right. And he had nowhere to go. So it was like a straitjacket, politically. JOHN YANG: And why is Lieberman doing this? He has five seats in the Knesset, relatively
small party. DAVID MAKOVSKY: Right. JOHN YANG: What’s his motivations here? DAVID MAKOVSKY: Look, there’s a long love-hate
relationship between these two guys. Since he was his chief of — Lieberman was
Netanyahu’s chief of staff when he was prime minister in the ’90s, Lieberman coming from
Moldova was like a bridge, had a link for Netanyahu to a million-plus immigrants that
came to Israel after the Cold War from the former Soviet Union. But that became contentious. He started his own immigrants party. But now it’s almost 30 years after the end
of the Cold War. And these immigrants have kids, and they feel
like they’re Israelis, not Russians. So he’s trying to rebrand his party as being
the secular right, as you pointed out in the setup piece, to be a guardian for Israel’s
secular virtues. And that means ending the exemptions for the
Ultra-Orthodox. And he said, I’m sticking to it. And he did. But, of course, Netanyahu said, it’s a vendetta,
this is just a pretext, it’s not principle. JOHN YANG: How big of a hit has Netanyahu’s
image taken? And how will that affect him in the September
election? DAVID MAKOVSKY: Well, part of his success,
frankly, is that he has said, I have dominated Israeli politics for a decade. I just won my fifth term. His appeal is, I have brought prosperity. Of course, there’s a high-tech boom going
on in Israel. And I brought relatively stability in a region
that has got a lot of choppy waters. That is — and I have done a lot of outreach
to a lot of countries around the world, and I’m one of the only people that could talk
both to Trump and to Putin. And the Israeli public likes that they have
a leader playing on the world stage that way. So, in a certain way, he’s looking very good,
even though he or — nor the Palestinians have moved an inch, frankly, in years on their
— on that issue. But, at the same time, since the election
on April 9, he’s done a couple moves that is going to help his rivals in the center
called the Blue and White Party, named after Israel’s flag. And when he wants to change his personal immunity
in the Knesset, in the Parliament, and to end the Supreme Court’s judicial review over
the parliamentary measures to enshrine — to insulate themselves from legal proceedings,
the Israeli public thinks, you have gone too far. And I predict that his rivals, the Blue and
White Party, they’re going to run and saying, we’re safeguarding Israeli democracy in 2020
— in 2019. So I think they will run on that. And he will run on trying to reach out to
the Russian immigrants. I wouldn’t be surprised even if he invites
Vladimir Putin to Israel, because the Russian immigrants find Putin someone who, in their
view, has been better towards Israel. And he could siphon off some of those voters
that Lieberman always had a monopoly on. JOHN YANG: David Makovsky of the Washington
Institute, thanks so much for joining us. DAVID MAKOVSKY: Delighted.

US NEWS | Donald Trumps BIG�2020 edge Politics


US NEWS | Donald Trumps BIG 2020 edge Politics But its not all dark clouds for Trump. Because in at least one respect, he will have something that he never had in 2016 and something that none of his potential 2020 Democratic opponents will have either: massive amounts of money and the time to use it as he sees fit. In his first two years in office, and has spent all but dollar 19 million of it. Those numbers are absolutely without any modern comparison as both George W. Bush and Barack Obama largely eschewed raising money for their re election in their first two years in the White House. Obama had raised just over dollar 4 million for his 2012 race at this point in 2011. Trump has shown no such compunction. He has held a series of big ticket fundraisers since almost the beginning of his administration and a super PAC aligned with Trump raised dollar 75 million over the first two years of his presidency as well. That sort of focus on fundraising and the campaigns active spending means that the Trump 2020 campaign will be vastly better funded and in theory, better organized and structured than his 2016 effort, in which he was badly outspent in every swing state by Hillary Clinton. Of course, money is not determinative to outcomes; if it were, Clinton would be president right now. With a crowded Democratic field already in place, Trump will also be able to continue to raise and spend tens of millions of dollars on his general election campaign while his likely opponents beat each other up and exhaust their own campaign coffers. The Point: If youre looking for a silver lining in the dark clouds surrounding Trumps 2020 bid, youre looking for the wrong color lining. Its a green lining. Very, very green. Heres the week that was in political Washington, in 29 headlines.

New floor leader of ruling Democratic Party to meet main opposition counterpart


the newly-elected floor leader of the
ruling Democratic Party Ian young on his first day on the job will meet his main
opposition party counterpart nod young one on Thursday afternoon he is expected
to seek cooperation and dialogue with the Liberty Korea party to get
Parliament running again and this is the first time the floor leaders of the two
biggest parties will meet face to face since ties have soured over the fast
tracking of key bills late last month after the meeting he is also expected to
make courtesy visits to his counterparts from the minor opposition parties

Trump political woes to track him to Asia # breaking news


You are watching top daily breaking news President Donald Trump is headed to Asia his political troubles are coming along for the ride Trump leaves Friday on his most crucial foreign trip yet to confront rising fears of a US war with North Korea an Increasingly bullish China and perceptions that the u.s. Power has ebbed in the region since he took office But he will struggle to escape problems haunting his presidency back home including Robert Mueller’s special counsel probe his low approval ratings and his failure so far to enact major legislation on The eve of his departure the pressure is now bearing down on Trump’s inner circle Intensified when it emerged that Muir has now begun asking About his son-in-law Jared Gunners rolled and the firing of former FBI Chief James Comey one possible Avenue of an obstruction of justice Investigation the controversy in chaos that has rocked Trump’s Washington is being closely watched around the world and could influence Not just how the president is perceived by foreigners, but could affect his leverage in summit talks If there are more indictments or breaks in the Mueller inquiry and the 12 days. He is away They will be sure to overshadow the critical goals of his trip and paint a picture of a beleaguered president shadowed by scandal Still if there is a silver lining for Trump It is that Expectations are low and a strong performance overseas might just for a while at least offer him a break from the Cascade of Criticism he has been facing at home Given boiling tensions with North Korea and genuine fears that the u.s. Is preparing for war in Asia the trip would be a challenge even a president with soaring approval ratings and the wealth of experience that? Is all from the newsroom that is all from the newsroom Thanks for watching top daily breaking news

Local 24 News political analyst & commentator Otis Sanford on TN House Speaker’s resignation


Hey shrimp lovers, Captain D’s Ultimate Shrimp Feast is here. It’s our new Extra Crispy Shrimp, Grilled Shrimp and all kinds of tasty shrimp. Did we mention shrimp? It’s shrimply amazing when The Captain is Callin’. Captain D’s. TENNESSEE’S REPUBLICAN HOUSE SPEAKER … APPEARS READY TO OFFICIALLY STEP DOWN AS PROMISED. TODAY HE ANNOUNCED HIS RESIGNATION FOR AUGUST SECOND. GLEN CASADA HAS BEEN UNDER FIRE FOR WEEKS.. BUT DECIDED TO TAKE A LENGTHY VACATION WHILE ON THE TAXPAYERS DOLLARS. TONIGHT LOCAL 24 POLITICAL ANALYST TAKES A CLOSER LOOK… HERE’S HIS POINT OF VIEW. OTIS SANFORD/REPORTIN G: AFTER WEEKS IN THE HOT SEAT, TENNESSEE’S REPUBLICAN HOUSE SPEAKER GLEN CASADA IS FINALLY READY TO DO THE RIGHT THING. THERE IS WORD THAT HIS FORMAL RESIGNATION IS IMMINENT. BUT REALLY, CASADO HAD NO CHOICE. HIS REPUBLICAN COLLEAGUES MADE IT CRYSTAL CLEAR THEY NO LONGER HAVE CONFIDENCE IN HIM AS THEIR LEADER. THIS AFTER AGGRESSIVE NEWS REPORTING REVEALED THAT CASADA LIED ABOUT ENGAGING IN SEXUALLY EXPLICIT TEXTING WITH HIS FORMER CHIEF OF STAFF – WHO ALSO HAS ADMITTED TO USING COCAINE IN HIS LEGISLATIVE OFFICE. THROW IN AN FBI INVESTIGATION INTO WHETHER CASADA IMPROPERLY TRIED TO INFLUENCE LEGISLATIVE VOTES, AND IT’S UNDERSTANDABLE THAT HOUSE REPUBLICANS WANTED HIM OUT. AFTER A NO CONFIDENCE VOTE AGAINST THE SPEAKER MAY 20TH, CASADA ANNOUNCED HE WOULD SOON STEP DOWN. BUT INSTEAD, HE TOOK A TWO WEEK EUROPEAN VACATION. NOW THAT HE’S BACK AND IS STEPPING ASIDE, REPUBLICANS ARE HOPING THAT THIS SCANDAL IS IN THE REAR VIEW MIRROR. WITHOUT QUESTION, CASADA’S CREDIBILITY IS SHOT – AND HIS DEPARTURE AS SPEAKER IS LONG OVERDUE. BUT A SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE SESSION TO PICK A NEW PERMANENT SPEAKER IS UNNECESSARY. NATURALLY, REPUBLICANS WANT TO PUT THE SCANDAL COMPLETELY BEHIND THEM BEFORE THE NEXT REGULAR LEGISLATIVE SESSION IN JANUARY – WHICH STARTS A HUGELY IMPORTANT ELECTION YEAR. BUT AN INTERIM SPEAKER CAN GET THE JOB DONE WITHOUT THE EXPENSE OF A SPECIAL SESSION. THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS THAT CASADA IS LEAVING. BUT THE WORK NEEDED TO RESTORE PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN HOUSE LEADERSHIP, IS FAR FROM OVER. AND THAT’S MY POINT OF VIEW. I’M OTIS SANFORD, FOR LOCAL 24 NEWS.

After 27 years of service, cancer forces Todd Portune’s retirement from politics


THIS POINT. HIS CANCER HAS RETURNED, SPREAD
AND FORCED HIM TO FOREGO ANOTHER
CAMPAIGN. AFTER TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS OF
PUBLIC SERVICE, TODD PORTUNE
TOLD A ROOMFUL OF FRIENDS AND
SUPPORTERS. HE SEES A DAY COMING WHEN HE
WILL LIKELY RESIGN HIS COUNTY
COMMISSION SEAT. HE WAS FLANKED BY HIS DAUGHTER,
ELISE, AND SON, ETHAN. I LOVE ALL OF YOU. AND IT’S BEEN A GREAT RIDE AND
THERE’S STILL A LITTLE BIT MORE
OF THE RIDE TO GO. JOHN HE’S SIXTY-ONE, IN A
WHEELCHAIR, HAVING BATTLED A
QUARTER CENTURY OF TUMORS AND
DEBILITATING HEALTH. HERE HE IS IN COLLEGE, SETTING
RECORDS IN TRACK. HIS OFFICE DISPLAYS A LIFE THAT
REFUSED TO LET PERSONAL PHYSICAL
SETBACKS STOP HIM. THIS TIME, HOWEVER, HIS WORK
ETHIC STANDARD HAS BEEN
OVERTAKEN BY PHYSICAL
DETERIORATIO
TODD AND I HAVE BEEN FRIENDS
FOR A LONG TIME. SO, IT’S VERY DIFFICULT TO THINK
OF HIM IN TERMS OF STEPPING
DOWN. TODD: IT’S A POINT OF
PROFESSIONAL PRIDE FOR PORTUNE
THAT HE’S LARGELY VIEWED NOT IN
A PARTISAN WAY BUT AS A
COMMISSIONER. CHRIS MONZEL FORMER HAMILT
COUNTY COMMISSIONER.>>MY HEART GOES OUT TO TODD. EVEN THOUGH WE MIGHT BE ON
DIFFERENT SIDES OF THE POLITICAL
SPECTRUM, I KNOW HE’S A GOOD AND
DECENT MAN
TODD: THE GAP-TOOTHED KID WITH
GLASSES. GREW TO BE THE FIRST TO REACH
THE TAPE. TO REACH HOME PLATE WITH A

JOHN: THE GAP-TOOTHED KID WITH
GLASSES. GREW TO BE THE FIRST TO REACH
THE TAPE. TO REACH HOME PLATE WITH A
CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH. TO REACH OUT TO EVERYONE FROM
PRESIDENTS TO PEDESTRIANS. TO KEEP REACHING DESPITE TOUG
ODDS AS THIS FLYING PIG PHOT
ATTESTS. HE DESCRIBES HIS LIFE AS
TREMENDOUSLY BLESSED. AND IF THAT MEANS I GET TO
LIVE FOR A LONG TIME, THAT’S
GREAT. AND IF THAT MEANS THE LORD HAS
SOMETHING ELSE IN MIND FOR ME,
THEN I’M COMFORTABLE WITH THAT,
TOO. JOHN: HE HAS BEEN IN THIS OFFICE
CHAIR SINCE 2000. HE DOES NOT KNOW WHETHER IT’S
MONTHS OR WEEKS THAT ARE LEFT. WHAT HE DOES KNOW IS THA
THERE’S UNFINISHED BUSINESS. BUDGET, MUSIC VENUE, SORTA LEVY,
THE VIADUCT. HE INTENDS TO KEEP AT IT UNTIL
HE’S NO LONGER ABLE TO KEEP AT
IT
LIVE DOWNTOWN, JOHN LONDON

Could a Far-Right Politician Be Brazil’s Next President? | NYT News


This is Jair Bolsonaro,
the far-right candidate that may become
Brazil’s next president. He’s been compared
to President Trump and Filipino president
Rodrigo Duterte for his highly
controversial statements, including his embrace
of the military dictatorship that ruled Brazil for 20 years. Bolsonaro is a retired
military captain who has been in Congress
since 1991. He’s been in the
fringe far right for most of his
political career, making headlines more for
his outrageous statements than for any political
achievements. In one infamous
episode in 2003, he had an argument with
a fellow congresswoman who accused him of
promoting violence. Over the years,
he’s had a long list of other divisive remarks. Last year, as he was toying
with a presidential run, he managed to take aim
at several groups in one statement alone. Despite the incendiary comments, Bolsonaro’s popularity has
grown in recent years. He’s vowed to crack
down on crime, a message that is resonating
with many Brazilians. Bolsonaro wants to make it
easier to own guns and has said he’d give police
permission to kill suspects. But most of all, he represents
extreme opposition to the leftist Workers’ Party, of former President Lula,
who’s now in jail serving a 12-year sentence
on corruption charges. Bolsonaro’s Workers’ Party
rival in the election is Fernando Haddad,
a former mayor of São Paulo and minister under Lula. Bolsonaro uses voters’ distrust
in the Workers’ Party to his favor and relies heavily on social media
to spread his message. In September, he was
stabbed during a rally and spent three
weeks in a hospital. He continued to campaign
through live videos on Facebook. But his past statements
continue to spark anger. Women across the country have rallied against Bolsonaro using the hashtag #EleNão,
or Not Him. Despite the critics, Bolsonaro
continued rising in polls. In the first round
of the election, he won 46% of the vote. He’s going to a runoff on
Oct. 28 against Haddad, who now faces
an uphill battle.

US NEWS | Michael Cohen shakes up legal team Politics


US NEWS | Michael Cohen shakes up legal team Politics Cohen, who has been subpoenaed to testify in mid February by the Senate Intelligence Committee, will be represented by attorneys Michael Monico, a former federal prosecutor in the Northern District of Illinois, and his law partner, Barry Spevack, according to a statement from Cohens legal consultant and spokesman, Lanny Davis. Since last summer, Cohen had been represented by Guy Petrillo, a criminal defense attorney with strong ties to the Manhattan US Attorneys Office, where he had worked as the chief of the criminal division. That office investigated and charged Cohen with eight counts including tax fraud and campaign finance violations. Cohen, who was also subsequently charged with lying to Congress by special counsel Robert Muellers office, pleaded guilty to all charges by both offices. He is scheduled to report to prison for a three year sentence on March 6. It was not clear exactly why Cohen replaced his legal team, but the relationship between Cohen and Petrillo had been unraveling for some time, according to a source with knowledge of the dynamic between the two men, and had devolved to a “forced marriage.” Petrillo declined to comment Monday on the circumstances of his departure. Despite his upcoming incarceration, Cohen has fielded continued interest from Congress and a variety of prosecutors offices for his testimony and other forms of assistance. Prior to being subpoenaed by the Senate committee, Cohen was scheduled to testify voluntarily before the House Oversight Committee next week. He said last week, however, that he would postpone that appearance, citing threats to his family from Trump and Trumps attorney Rudy Giuliani. In his statement Monday, Davis said Cohens newly installed legal team would handle his representation “as he continues to cooperate” with the special counsel, the Manhattan US Attorneys Office, the New York State Attorney Generals Office and Congress. “We look forward to helping Mr. Cohen fulfill what he has told us is his only mission to tell the truth as he knows it and to turn the corner on his past life and taking ownership for his past mistakes by cooperating as best as he can with all governmental authorities in search of the truth,” Monico and Spevack said. This story has been updated.

Republican Party response to Govenor Bullock’s Presidential Campaign announcement


Bullock also spent time tonight at 10 Mile Creek brewery in Helena talking with people for about 20 minutes we spoke with some people there who said they didn’t even know he would be there tonight I give him the kudos for running and you know as a Montana and I’d like this you know to give him that unfortunately we just we’ve been really happy with Trump so that’s probably where I’m gonna stay but I am really just knowing were from Montana and someone has that ambition I’m proud of that he’s always been a proponent for veterans public lands everything that Montana really stands for so I think it puts us in the limelight in a positive manner and he’ll be a busy guy coming up on his first official campaign swing for president Bullock is heading to Iowa this week that’s the site of the first in the nation presidential nominating primary that happens next February and of course earlier today he kicked off his campaign with his formal announcement at Helena High School where the two-term governor actually attended school tomorrow Bullock is off to Iowa his first stop will be Des Moines where he will hold his first campaign event campaign stops across Iowa are playing through Saturday with events across the Hawkeye State Bullock’s campaign has claimed Iowa to be their primary focus Montana Republicans unload it on Bullock’s announcement today on Facebook those with the Montana Republican Party said quote Montanans are footing his campaign bill so he can Jet Set off and raise millions of dollars from lobbyists special interests and liberal activists just because governor Bullock’s ego thinks he can become President of the United States doesn’t mean that hardworking Montanan should be left picking up a nearly $3,000 tab to pay for his pipe dream

North Texas Political, Legal Experts Weigh In On Trump News Conference


POLICE TELL US MORE TONIGHT AT 10:00 ABOUT THE ASSAULT OF A WOMAN IN DOWNTOWN FORT WORTH. OFFICERS ARE CALLING THE VICTIM BRAVE TONIGHT. I WILL SAY YOU HAD A GROUP ON THE OTHER SIDE THAT CAME CHARGING IN WITHOUT A PERMIT. THEY WERE VERY VIOLENT. THE PRESIDENT POINTED, DOUBLING DOWN ON HIS LEAF THAT MULTIPLE SITES WERE TO BLAME. THANK YOU FOR JOINING US. TODAY, AT TRUMP TOWER IN NEW YORK, TRUMP, FRANK ABOUT HIS FEELINGS, CONCERNING THE DEADLY VIOLENCE AT A WHITE SUPREMACIST RALLY IN CHARLOTTESVILLE. HE REITERATED HIS STANCE THAT MULTIPLE SITES WERE TO BLAME FOR THE VIOLENCE AND HE DEFENDED SOME OF THE PROTESTERS SAYING THEY WERE NOT ALL WHITE SUPREMACISTS AND NEO-NAZIS. YOU HAD OTHER GROUPS, NOT JUST NEO-NAZIS AND WHITE NATIONALISTS. THE PRESS HAS TREATED THEM UNFAIRLY. IN THE OTHER GROUP AS WELL, YOU HAD SOME FINE PEOPLE AND SOME TROUBLEMAKERS. THE PRESIDENT DID NOT IMMEDIATELY CONDEMNED THE HATE GROUP, BECAUSE HE DID NOT HAVE ALL OF THE FACTS. WE HAVE WATCHED SOCIAL MEDIA THROUGH THIS NIGHT. AND REACTION HAS BEEN HARSH. THERE HAS BEEN SOME SUPPORT, BUT NOT JUST FROM REPUBLICANS BUT THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE, JOHN MCCAIN AND MARCO RUBIO WEIGHING IN AS WELL. Reporter: THE PRESIDENT REVISITED THESE TALKS THAT HE HAS BEEN BEATEN UP OVER FOR SEVERAL DAYS. UNSCRIPTED MOMENTS, ALSO HIS MOST REVEALING MOMENTS. HE WAS SPEAKING OFF THE CUFF. YOU HAD A GROUP ON ONE SIDE, AND A GROUP ON THE OTHER SIDE THAT WAS VERY VIOLENT. KIRBY BELIEVES IN THE WILLINGNESS TO BELIEVE IN THE OLD RIGHT. HE IS NOT GOING TO SAY ANYTHING AGAINST HIS BASE. I THINK HE IS GOING TO LOSE SUPPORT OVER THIS AND HE MIGHT LOSE SOME CABINET MEMBERS OVER THIS. ALAN SAYS TRUMP WOULD BENEFIT FROM BETTER CONTROLLING HIS MESSAGE, AND HE TALKED ABOUT FEEDING HIS WORST INSTINCTS. HE IS IMPULSIVE. I WAS NOT WRONG. THEY KNOW WHAT HE IS GOING TO SAY AND THEY ARE THROWING OUT THE RED MEAT TO DRAW HIM OUT. HE WORRIES ABOUT WHERE IT IS ALL HEADING. CLASS IS BACK IN SESSION NEXT WEEK. A LOT OF COLLEAGUES ARE REORGANIZING THEIR PLAN. AND NAZIS, WHITE SUPREMACISTS