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House Democrats Shift Their Focus from Collusion to LeverageThe House Democrats preparing to lead their own Russia probes appear to be turning their attention from possible collusion between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russian intelligence to potential Russian leverage over the president. The turning point came last week when Michael Cohen, Trump’s former personal lawyer and fixer, pleaded guilty to lying to Congress about the Trump Organization’s dealings in Russia during the election.

“There is now a witness who confirms that in the same way (convicted former national security adviser) Michael Flynn was compromised, the president and his business are compromised,” Representative Adam Schiff, the California Democrat poised to take over the House Intelligence Committee, said Sunday on ABC’s This Week.

Democrats say Trump’s misleading statements about his business connections to Russia gave Putin’s regime compromising material, or kompromat. “They knew that he had major business dealings, or that Cohen, on his behalf, had major business dealings in Moscow during the campaign, and that he was lying about that. There may be other things that they know that give them leverage,” Representative Jerry Nadler, the New York Democrat soon to take over the House Judiciary Committee, said Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press.

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Syria coalition targets IS leader linked to execution of American

An Islamic State group leader involved in the execution of American aid worker Peter Kassig and other Western prisoners was targeted in a strike Sunday by the US-led anti-jihadist coalition in Syria.
Kassig, aged 26 at the time of his death, was among a group of prisoners decapitated by jihadists in November 2014. The mass execution was shown in a video released by the group.

“Coalition forces conducted precision strikes against a senior ISIS member, Abu al Umarayn, and several other ISIS members in the Badiyah Desert, Syria,” said Sean Ryan, spokesman for the US-led coalition, in a statement in English. “Al Umarayn had given indications of posing an imminent threat to coalition forces and he was involved in the killing of American citizen and former U.S. Army Ranger, Peter Kassig”, kidnapped in Syria in 2013, he added.

Ryan said he had been also been involved in the execution of several other prisoners. “Coalition airstrikes continue to disrupt ISIS command and control on the battlefield as we remove key figures from their ranks,” he said. [AFP]

Nigeria’s Buhari denies dying and being replaced by lookalikeNigeria’s President Buhari on Sunday denied claims that he had died and been replaced by a Sudanese impostor, breaking his silence on a rumor that has circulated on social media for months.

Buhari, who is running for re-election in February, spent five months in Britain last year being treated for an undisclosed illness. One theory widely aired on social media – and by some political opponents – was that he had been replaced by a lookalike from Sudan called Jubril.

No evidence has been presented, but videos making the claim have still been viewed thousands of times on YouTube and Facebook.

“It’s real me, I assure you. I will soon celebrate my 76th birthday and I will still go strong,” Buhari told Nigerians in a town hall session in Poland, where he was attending a conference, when asked about Jubril. “A lot of people hoped that I died during my ill health,” he said, adding that those who spread the rumor were “ignorant and irreligious”. [REUTERS]

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Israeli Police Urge Bribery and Fraud Charges Against Netanyahu. Again.

The Israeli police recommended Sunday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted on bribery, fraud and other charges, accusing him of trading regulatory favors for fawning news coverage, in what is potentially the most damaging of a series of corruption cases against him.

It was the third time this year that the police have urged that Mr. Netanyahu face criminal prosecution. And it dealt another blow to his teetering governing coalition, which narrowly averted collapse last month and is clinging to a one-vote majority in Parliament while edging closer to calling early elections.

Mr. Netanyahu, who has dominated Israeli politics for a decade and continues to lead all potential challengers in opinion polls, must now await the decision of the attorney general, whom he appointed, on whether to indict him in all three cases. Depending on the decision, which could take months, he could be Israel’s first sitting prime minister to be indicted.

But for now, his position remains secure. And if he wins another election before charges are brought, he could be strong enough politically to try to remain in office even while facing prosecution.

Mr. Netanyahu, a close ally of President Trump’s, called the recommendations in the latest case unsurprising because of previously published leaks, and repeated his contention in the previous cases that they would come to nothing. [NYT]

France to consider state of emergency to prevent riots recurring: government spokesmanFrench President Emmanuel Macron ordered his prime minister on Sunday to hold talks with political leaders and demonstrators, as he sought a way out of nationwide protests after rioters turned central Paris into a battle zone.

Riot police on Saturday were overwhelmed as protesters ran amok in Paris’s wealthiest neighborhoods, torching dozens of cars, looting boutiques and smashing up luxury private homes and cafes in the worst disturbances the capital has seen since 1968.

The unrest began as a backlash against fuel tax hikes but has spread. It poses the most formidable challenge yet to Macron’s presidency, with the escalating violence and depth of public anger against his economic reforms catching the 40-year-old leader off-guard and battling to regain control.

After a meeting with members of his government on Sunday, the French presidency said in a statement that the president had asked his interior minister to prepare security forces for future protests and his prime minister to hold talks with political party leaders and representatives of the protesters.

A French presidential source said Macron would not speak to the nation on Sunday despite calls for him to offer immediate concessions to demonstrators, and said the idea of imposing a state of emergency had not been discussed. [REUTERS]

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Trump Declares Day of Mourning for Bush; NYSE and Nasdaq Say They Will Close

President Trump declared Wednesday a national day of mourning for former President George Herbert Walker Bush, who died Friday at the age of 94.

The companies that run the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market both said their markets would be closed on Wednesday and would observe a moment of silence on Monday.

The former president’s body will be flown to Washington on a government aircraft on Monday. Following a short service at the U.S. Capitol, Mr. Bush’s body will lie in state in the rotunda from 7:30 p.m. Monday to 8:45 a.m. Wednesday.

A state funeral will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Washington National Cathedral, after which the former president’s body will be flown to Houston.

Mr. Bush’s body will lie in repose at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church from 6:45 p.m. Wednesday to 6 a.m. Thursday. Following a private funeral service at the church, his body will be interred at the George Bush Presidential Library & Museum at Texas A&M University.

President Trump said Mr. Bush inspired generations of Americans to public service. “Along with his full life of service to country, we will remember President Bush for his devotion to family—especially the love of his life, Barbara,” he said in a statement with first lady Melania Trump. [WSJ
Government shutdown on ice after Bush’s deathUntil George H.W. Bush’s death on Friday, most of my GOP leadership and White House sources expected the government to partially shut down on Dec. 7, as Democrats won’t give Trump the $5 billion he wants for his border wall.

But these same sources now say the week of national mourning for George H.W. Bush — his body will lay in state in the Capitol and services will be held in D.C. and Texas — makes it likely Trump signs a short-term funding bill to delay the shutdown by one to two weeks. Trump told reporters this was the case on Air Force One on his way back from Argentina on Saturday.

House Republican leadership has privately discussed a “Plan B”: sending a dead-on-arrival bill to the Senate that would satisfy Trump’s border wall demands, according to sources with direct knowledge. That plan: “Watch it die, and hope that that then generates the discussion that needs to happen,” one source said.

Trump is expected to meet with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer on Tuesday morning, according to two sources briefed on the plans. Until last week, White House officials and Republican leaders sounded cautiously optimistic about cutting a deal with Schumer to give Trump close to the $5 billion he demands. [AXIOS]

Number of missing in California’s deadliest wildfire drops to 25The number of people listed as missing after California’s deadliest wildfire has dropped again to 25, down from a high of more than 1,200 about two weeks ago, officials said.

The death toll from the Camp Fire that all but obliterated the mountain town community of Paradise in northern California stood unchanged at 88, the Butte County Sheriff Department said late on Saturday in a statement.

On Friday, the department had said 49 were missing. The roster of those unaccounted for has fluctuated widely since the fire erupted on Nov. 8 and swept through Paradise, a town once home to almost 27,000 people about 175 miles (280 km) north of San Francisco.

On Wednesday, Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said search and recovery teams had finished going through the ruins of some 18,000 homes and other buildings that were incinerated. [REUTERS]

Tree of Life Synagogue holds Hannukah ceremony 

Sunday’s public lighting of a Menorah outside a Pittsburgh synagogue where 11 people were killed in a mass shooting was an opportunity to honor the dead, mark Hanukkah’s theme of survival and allow the community to reinforce its solidarity.

“To me, it’s a simple message: The light is the message,” Rabbi Jeffrey Myers said, pointing to the Menorah standing at the corner where a makeshift memorial for the 11 victims once stood and was visited by thousands paying their respects.

Five weeks after the massacre — believed to be the deadliest attack on Jews in the U.S. — about 500 people gathered outside Tree of Life to pray, sing songs and witness the lighting of the Menorah.

“We are practicing our Jewish faith publicly and proudly,” said Stephen Cohen, co-president of New Light, whose congregation, along with congregants from Dor Hadash and Tree of Life, had gathered at the synagogue when the shooting occurred Oct. 27. “I don’t think there are enough adjectives to describe the community support,” said Myers, who was leading Shabbat services at Tree of Life synagogue Oct. 27, when the shooting occurred. [AP]

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De Blasio shows up late again — this time for menorah lighting

The notoriously tardy Mayor de Blasio stayed true to form Sunday night when he showed up late for a Hanukkah menorah lighting in Brooklyn.

De Blasio made the annual event at Grand Army Plaza a last-minute addition to his public schedule at 4:06 p.m., with City Hall setting his arrival time at 5:30 p.m. But Hizzoner didn’t get there until 5:40 p.m., immediately hopping into the basket of a crane that lifted him and Rabbi Shimon Hecht of Congregation B’nai Jacob of Park Slope so they could light the 32-foot-tall menorah.

“He’s late to everything,” griped Mitch Cohen, 63, who traveled from Bay Ridge to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah. “He doesn’t even consider the people that he keeps waiting.” [NYP]

After Orthodox men attacked in Brooklyn, Anti-Defamation League offers reward for informationThe Anti-Defamation League was offering a reward on Sunday after it said two Orthodox Jewish men were attacked in Brooklyn over the weekend. 

In the first incident, a 33-year-old man was punched in the back of the head near the corner of Throop Avenue and Wallabout Street at about 6:40 p.m. on Friday, police said. 

In the second incident, police said a 42-year-old man walking to synagogue on Saturday morning was attacked from behind on East New York Avenue, near Albany Avenue, at about 6:30 a.m. Two men approached him from behind and started to punch him before running off. 

It wasn’t immediately clear if the Hate Crimes Task Force had been notified of either incident. The ADL was offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any suspects.  “We remain increasingly concerned by the number of alleged unprovoked assaults on Orthodox Jewish individuals in Brooklyn in recent weeks,” Evan R. Bernstein, the regional director of the ADL for New York and New Jersey, said in a statement, adding: “we are deeply troubled by this; our Orthodox communities are particularly vulnerable, and Jewish communities are feeling increasingly afraid.”

The attacks came just days after a 9-year-old Jewish boy was punched in the face by a teenager in Williamsburg. The boy, who police said was dressed in traditional Jewish attire, was walking home at about 6 p.m. on Nov. 25 when he was attacked. [AMNY]

Cuomo elected chief Democrat of Governors AssociationCuomo was elected the top Democrat to serve on the National Governors Association starting in mid-2019 and will become vice chair of the NGA beginning Aug. 1. The chairs and vice chairs from each party are selected on a rotating basis and a Republican will serve as the next chairman.

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, a Democrat, is the current chairman through July. Cuomo also will continue to serve another term as DGA’s policy chairman.

Former New Jersey GOP Gov. Chris Christie had served as chairman of the NGA, using it to raise his national profile preceding his own failed bid for the presidency in 2016. [NYP]

Staten Islanders are angry about the Verrazzano Bridge toll hike

Only one thing riles Staten Islanders more than hiking the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge toll to an eye-popping $19: interfering with their ability to bitch about it.

“It burns me that the MTA is doing this without us,” said Scott Maurer. “They’re going to raise the tolls that fall on me and I can’t even go and speak my voice.”

The toll on the span, the forgotten borough’s only direct connection to the rest of the city, could zoom 12 percent higher than its already eye-popping $17 in March as part of an across-the-board rate hike.

But the only public hearing in the borough starts when few commuters can actually get there: 5:30 pm on Monday at the College of Staten Island. “They picked the time to suppress participation,” charged Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R-SI/Bklyn). “If you work in midtown, you’re lucky if you get on an express bus by 5:30. By the time my constituents reach Staten Island, it’s 7:00.” [NYP]

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The art of the G-20, by Donald TrumpPresident Donald Trump said his trade agreement with China was “one of the largest deals ever made.” He dubbed his new accord with Canada and Mexico the “most significant, modern and balanced trade agreement in history.” And he insisted that the world leaders he’s lambasted on the world stage had become great friends.

As he crisscrossed Buenos Aires, posing for photos with dignitaries and boasting about his accomplishments, Trump left behind a trail of exaggerations meant to paper over the fractious first half of his term and rebrand himself as a globe-trotting statesman.

It’s the Art of the G-20, by Donald Trump. The 45th president is writing his own rulebook on how to claim credit and respect on an international stage where many leaders have looked down on him for years. But just as his famous 1987 book counseled, Trump’s global deal-making was as much about style as substance, with grandiose talk the most important ingredient of all.

The president arrived back in Washington on Sunday feeling triumphant, believing his latest international trip to be a resounding success. During his overnight flight on Air Force One, Trump seemed vindicated after dealing with a long buildup of pressure to the summit in Argentina.
“It’s an incredible deal,” he told reporters of his agreement with China to temporarily pause new tariffs. “It goes down, certainly — if it happens, it goes down as one of the largest deals ever made.”

White House aides had reason to be happy, too. The gaffe-prone president managed to avoid a diplomatic snafu and even canceled a Saturday news conference that could have sent the entire trip off the rails. He laid off Twitter for more than 24 hours until later Sunday afternoon, when he chimed in with good wishes for Hanukkah.

But behind the veneer is a more complicated reality. His deal with President Xi Jinping of China was effectively an agreement to continue trying to agree. The president’s critics argue that the new North American trade agreement is little more than NAFTA 1.1. And behind all the smiles, many world leaders still have a strong distaste for Trump. [POLITICO]

Despite Big House Losses, G.O.P. Shows No Signs of Course CorrectionWith a brutal finality, the extent of the Republicans’ collapse in the House came into focus last week as more races slipped away from them and their losses neared 40 seats. Yet nearly a month after the election, there has been little self-examination among Republicans about why a midterm that had seemed at least competitive became a rout.

The quandary, some Republicans acknowledge, is that the party’s leaders are constrained from fully grappling with the damage Mr. Trump inflicted with those voters, because he remains popular with the party’s core supporters and with the conservatives who will dominate the caucus even more in the next Congress.

But now a cadre of Republican lawmakers are speaking out and urging party officials to come to terms with why their 23-seat majority unraveled so spectacularly and Democrats gained the most seats they had since 1974. “There has been close to no introspection in the G.O.P. conference and really no coming to grips with the shifting demographics that get to why we lost those seats,” said Representative Elise Stefanik, an upstate New York Republican who is planning to repurpose her political action committee to help Republican women win primaries in 2020. “I’m very frustrated and I know other members are frustrated.” 

House officials indicate that they will pursue an after-action report, but it is unclear how far it will go in diagnosing why they lost the popular vote by more raw votes than any time in history. [NYT]

Nancy Pelosi emphasizes pro-Israel outlook of the leaders she plans to name to the next HouseNancy Pelosi, the Democrat who likely will be Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, listed pro-Israel lawmakers she plans to name to key committee positions and said her party remained fundamentally pro-Israel.

“We have people very well paced to share our values,” Pelosi, D-Calif., said, addressing the conclusion Sunday of the annual Israeli-American Council conference, after listing planned assignments.

Pelosi, appearing together with Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., the minority leader in the Senate, were pushing back against the perception that Democrats have drifted away from Israel. Pelosi urged those attending not to pay “attention to a few people who may want to go their own way,” apparently referring to newly elected Congress members such as Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota who have been sharply critical of Israel. [JTA]

Giuliani trashes Mueller probe over ‘unethical’ tactics after Cohen guilty pleaPresident Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, took aim at special counsel Robert Mueller in an interview airing Sunday, criticizing what he called “unethical” tactics by prosecutors in Mueller’s office after former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to Congress.

In an interview with AM 970 in New York, Giuliani accused Mueller of crossing a line by “intimidating” Trump’s allies into saying “what he believes [is] his version of the truth.”

“They obviously exerted a lot of pressure on him. Mr. Cohen unfortunately has a history of significant lies in the past,” Giuliani told host John Catsimatidis, reacting to Cohen’s admission last Thursday that he lied to Congress when he previously detailed to the body the extent of the president’s business dealings in Russia.

“This isn’t a search for the truth. It’s a witch hunt,” Giuliani continued. “This is what is wrong with these special prosecutors and independent counsels. They think they are God.” [THEHILL]

Michael Cohen’s Lawyers Ask for No Prison Time After PleaFormer SLawyers for Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer, asked a federal judge in a memorandum filed late Friday night to impose no prison time for Mr. Cohen at his scheduled sentencing later this month, citing Mr. Cohen’s contrition and his cooperation with law enforcement.

In their plea for leniency, Mr. Cohen’s lawyers said Mr. Cohen’s decision to cooperate with investigators reflected his “personal resolve, notwithstanding past errors, to re-point his internal compass true north toward a productive, ethical and thoroughly law abiding life.”

The memo stressed the “weighty and fraught” decision by Mr. Cohen to break with his longtime former boss, who the filing noted has repeatedly attacked the special-counsel investigation into his associates as a “witch hunt” and a “hoax.” Mr. Cohen, the lawyers said, “could have fought the government and continued to hold to the party line, positioning himself perhaps for a pardon.”

“In the circumstances of this case, at this time, in this climate, Michael’s decision to cooperate required and requires singular determination and personal conviction,” the lawyers wrote. [WSJ]

survey shows most Israeli Jews observe Hanukkah traditions

Most Israeli Jews observe Hanukkah traditions, with some 73% lighting the Hanukkah menorah all throughout the festival, according to a new survey conducted ahead of the holiday. The survey was conducted by the Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI) as part of an Israeli-Jewish research project headed by the journalist Shmuel Rosner and Tel Aviv University Prof. Camille Fuchs.
The survey of 3,000 participants found that one out of every four Israelis (27%) lights Hanukkah candles only during some nights of the holiday, while most Jews in the country (79%) can’t resist sufganiyot.

In addition, the JPPI poll found that 64% of Israeli Jews present their children with Hanukkah gifts (with most of them being of Haredi background), and 42% attend Hanukkah-related events.
The survey also examined whether American Jews celebrate Hanukkah, with its results indicating that 68% of US Jewry consider the festival of lights as one of the three most important Jewish holidays (compared to only 38% of Israeli Jews). Nevertheless, the survey found that only 60% of American Jews follow the tradition of lighting the Hanukkah menorah. [YNET]

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 Trump tweets China to cut tax on U.S.-made cars, revs up auto stocks

U.S. President Donald Trump said China had agreed to cut import tariffs on American-made cars, buoying shares in BMW and Daimler AG who manufacture in the United States for export to the world’s biggest auto market.

Trump, fresh from agreeing a 90-day cease-fire in his trade war with China at the meeting of the G20, said on Twitter “China has agreed to reduce and remove tariffs on cars coming into China from the U.S. Currently the tariff is 40%”.

The move, if realized, would bolster U.S. carmakers who were hit hard when China ramped up levies on U.S.-made cars in July as part of a broad package of retaliatory tariffs amid the sprawling trade war between Washington and Beijing.

“If they cancel the extra 25 percent tariff on U.S.-made cars, then we will see positive signs for imported cars,” Wang Cun, director of the China Automobile Dealers Association’s import committee, told reporters in Beijing. [REUTERS]

Bitcoin investors beware: If you invested $1,000 in 2011, you’d be a millionaire. A few months ago? You’re in the redIf you were reluctant about investing in bitcoin before, you’ve probably completely given up on the idea now. The cryptocurrency is trading at around $4,000, a steep drop from its all-time high of nearly $20,000 last December, according to data from CoinDesk.

Investors looking for clues on how to move forward are likely to find themselves puzzled.

The U.S. Justice Department is investigating whether last year’s rally was a product of market manipulation. Meanwhile, Nasdaq plans to launch bitcoin futures as early as next year.

The bottom line is that any bitcoin investor needs to be prepared to lose everything he or she puts in, said Ric Edelman, founder and executive chairman of Edelman Financial Services. [CNBC]

Amazon Tests Its Cashierless Technology for Bigger Stores

Amazon is testing its cashierless checkout technology for bigger stores, according to people familiar with the matter. If successful, the strategy would further challenge brick-and-mortar retailers racing to make their businesses more convenient.

The online retail giant is experimenting with the technology in Seattle in a larger space formatted like a big store, the people said. The systems track what shoppers pick from shelves and charges them automatically when they leave a store. Although the technology functions well in its current small-store format, it is harder to use it in bigger spaces with higher ceilings and more products, one of the people said, meaning it could take time to roll out the systems at more larger stores.

It is unclear whether Amazon intends to use the technology for Whole Foods, although that is the most likely application if executives can make it work, according to the people. Amazon has previously said it has no plans to add the technology to Whole Foods. [WSJ]
Dow futures up nearly 500 points on trade-war timeout

U.S. stocks were poised to rally on Monday, with Dow futures up close to 500 points after the U.S. and China agreed to call a truce to their trade war over the weekend, triggering relief buying of perceived riskier assets such as equities.

Both the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq logged their best weekly performance since December 2011, while the blue-chip index posted its strongest week since November 2016.

A trade standoff between the U.S. and China saw a breakthrough at the G-20 meeting in Argentina, a gathering that included a highly-anticipated dinner between President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping. The two sides agreed to launch negotiations to cool trade tensions and discuss forced technology transfer, intellectual-property protection, non-tariff barriers, cyber and agriculture issues, among other issues. [MARKETWATCH]

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