Trump lashes out at Mueller for alleged conflicts: A.M. News Links

July 30, 2018

Trump lashes out at Mueller for alleged conflicts: A.M. News Links

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Trump lashes out at Mueller for alleged conflicts of interest (The Hill)

Trump tweets he’d ‘shut down’ government if Democrats don’t fund U.S.-Mexico wall (Fox News)

Trump blasts media, calls journalists ‘very unpatriotic’ for reporting on government affairs (The Hill)

WSJ: American diplomats met face-to-face with Taliban last week (CNN)

National news

‘Happy with tariffs’: Steel industry emerges as trade war winner (CNN)

Top Koch leaders vent frustration with GOP in the Trump era (NBC News)

7 missing as deadly California wildfire continues to grow (CNN)

Second firefighter dies in Ferguson Fire; some Yosemite businesses face ‘sad’ reality (USA Today)

Pope accepts U.S. cardinal’s resignation after sexual abuse claim (The Telegraph)

Anti-Semitic graffiti found at Carmel synagogue (Indianapolis Star)

New Orleans mass shooting likely gang-related, police say (nola.com)

Aryan Brotherhood gang leader dies in Colorado prison (Associated Press)

New details emerge in case of missing University of Iowa student (Associated Press)

Rep. John Lewis released from hospital (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Baby is ‘all I have left,’ father says after Michigan motel fire kills 6 family members (Fox News)

World news

Ahed Tamimi, Palestinian viral slap video teenager, freed in Israel (BBC)

Turkey leader Erdogan warns U.S. over sanctions threat in pastor case (Fox News)

Death toll from fires in Greece climbs to 91 as investigation points toward arson (ABC News)

Zimbabweans begin voting in first election since Mugabe’s removal (Reuters)

Cambodian PM’s party claims all election seats, opposition sees ‘death of democracy’ (Reuters)

Nicaraguan leader Ortega proposes more mediation to help end bloodshed (Miami Herald)

Indonesia earthquake: 14 dead on tourist island of Lombok (BBC)

Polar bear shot dead in Arctic after injuring cruise ship worker, sparking criticism (USA Today)

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