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Today the Ohio Senate fell one vote short in trying to override Gov. John Kasich’s veto of the ‘heartbeat bill’ that would have banned abortion in almost all cases.

Also, McClatchy reported that a foreign intelligence agency has cellphone records of Michael Cohen in Prague, as alleged in the Steele Dossier, and has shared those records with special counsel Robert Mueller. The Washington Monthly’s Martin Longman says this will end the God-King’s reign if confirmed, but Marcy Wheeler notes that, if this is true, Mueller has known it since soon after he seized Cohen’s cellphones in April.

Oh, a Morning Consult poll shows the God-King’s approval rating has dipped into the 30s amidst the shutdown and a Reuters/Ipsos poll shows more Americans blame the God-King than Democrats for the shutdown.

And for the first time in 17 years, Hillary Clinton is not atop Gallup’s Most Admired Woman list, as Michelle Obama joined her husband, who was the Most Admired Man for the 11th consecutive year.

Would confirmation of Cohen’s presence in Prague doom the God-King?


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