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The police were called, as the fighting continued outside. The girl, who had not been involved in the initial altercation, was arrested and charged with assaulting a public servant. What happened between the girl and the officer she is accused of assaulting is unclear. But House said witnesses are claiming that the girl did not hit the officer. The San Antonio Police Department rarely uses force, according to a San Antonio Express-News analysis of police data. Yet its officers are up to 78 percent more likely to forcibly subdue black and Latinx people than white people. House also said that the girl did not receive medical attention on the scene. She did see a doctor at the Bexar County Juvenile Detention Center, but the lawyer said she was not given an ice pack when she requested one. The girl was held at the juvenile detention center from the time of her arrest on Saturday night until Monday afternoon.
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With the President on his first international trip since taking office, Stephen Colbert joked that he would like to use Donald Trump's own travel ban against him. As Colbert, one of late night's most prominent political satirists , tackled Trump's Saudi Arabia trip on Monday nights episode of the Late Show , the host decided that the White House's order restricting travel might be a good idea after all. I've got a little extra pep in my step tonight because Donald Trump has left the country. Federal judges, now would be a good time to reinstate that travel ban, he began, before building his case for using the blocked executive action to bar Trump from re-entering America. He'll be flying in from a dangerous part of the world. He's said some radical stuff. Extreme vetting. That's all I'm asking for. We don't know where his money comes from.
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Like the shirt Cenk's wearing? Get one at shoptyt.com On day one of his five-day international tour, Trump was already very low energy. Even with zero exercise ever, his battery is somehow running low. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://www.tytnetwork.com/join "The White House wants you to believe that President Donald Trump didnt mean to offend Muslim audiences when he referred to Islamist extremism as “Islamic extremism.” He was just an “exhausted guy.” That’s what an unnamed senior White House official told CNN on Monday, claiming that Trump intended to say “Islamist extremism” but said “Islamic extremism” because he was “just an exhausted guy” by the time he delivered the speech. The prepared remarks do indeed show Trump sayingIslamist extremism,” which is the correct term when referring to the political movements that attempt to create governments based around Islamic theological precepts.
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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer claimed that former US President Barack Obama "made it known that he wasn't exactly a fan" of National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, speaking from Washington DC on Monday. Spicer said the fact "frankly, shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, given that General Flynn had worked for President Obama; was an outspoken critic of President Obama's shortcomings, specifically as related to his lack of strategy confronting ISIS and other threats around, that were facing America." Spicer added "the question you have to ask yourself is, if they were concerned, why didn't they take any steps? They're the ones who had at that point all the access and all the knowledge to everything that was on his SF-86 security clearance. Not us." Video ID: 20170508-050 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Broadcaster Keith Olbermann praised former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates Monday as an American hero, whose fearless testimony before a Senate committee used to be the minimum standard for public servants. But now, in the era of Trump, she stands out like a champion, he added. Addressing President Donald Trump on his GQ podcast The Resistance, an angry Olbermann turned up the heat: You are the goddamn president of the goddamn United States, and your acting attorney general tells your White House counsel that your national security adviser was compromised with respect to the Russians ... and you dont want him to be in a position where the Russians have leverage over him. And you fire the acting attorney general ― not the national security adviser? Which are you ― an idiot or a traitor? Olbermann asked.
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