Brawl breaks out at Trump’s new Walk of Fame star

A knock-down, drag-out brawl broke out on the Hollywood Walk of Fame between a group of protesters and some President Trump supporters — who were holding a makeshift rally around his new star after the old one got destroyed on Wednesday. The fight reportedly went down around 11:25 p.m. Thursday following a verbal dispute between two men, one of whom was wearing a Trump jersey. SEE ALSO Donald Trump’s vandalized Hollywood Walk of Fame Star. Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star gets smashed Footage posted on social media showed punches…

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If Cohen is telling us the truth, Trump may end up like Flynn BY JONATHAN TURLEY, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 07/27/18 03:00 PM EDT

BY JONATHAN TURLEY, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 07/27/18 03:00 PM EDT 2,712 THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY CONTRIBUTORS ARE THEIR OWN AND NOT THE VIEW OF THE HILL   CNN: Trump to NYT about Trump Tower meeting Autoplay: On | Off The evolution of Michael Cohen continued this week with his implication of Donald Trump in the infamous Trump Tower meeting with Russian lawyers in June 2016. This is all part of the new Michael Cohen rolled out last week by his lawyer, Lanny Davis. As Davis explained, it is all part of Cohen’s “new resolve” to…

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California is undercounting hate crimes despite increase, audit finds

As America’s largest state, California has registered large numbers of hate groups and hate crimes Jeremy B White San Francisco Friday 1 June 2018 17:37 Members of the National Socialist Movement march in Los Angeles, California in 2010 ( David McNew/Getty Images ) California has been underreporting hate crimes amid an increase of criminal acts linked to peoples’ perceived ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation. Even as the number of hate crimes climbed upwards from 2014 to 2016, a state auditor’s review of four law enforcement agencies found they had failed to identify some hate crimes…

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