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House Committee Passes Bill To "Audit The Fed"

The Republican-controlled Committee on Oversight and Government Reform approved a bill earlier today to allow for a congressional audit of the Federal Reserve's monetary policy, a proposal Fed policymakers have opposed and likely faces a difficult path to final approval in the Senate.  Under the bill, the Fed’s monetary policy deliberations could be subject
to outside review by the Government Accountability Office. 

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Wall Street Explains What Today's Failure To Repeal Obamacare Means For Markets

Following today's Republican fiasco, where the GOP was unable to gather enough votes to even repeal Obamacare in the House (let alone the Senate) forcing the Republican party to withdraw their healthcare bill, stocks suddenly spiked - if only briefly - on expectations today's bad news is actually good news for Trump's tax reform. As we explained moments ago, that will unlikely be the case far various reasons. But what do others think?

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Maxine Waters To Trump: "Get Ready For Impeachment"

Having demanded Donald Trump's impeachment before he became President, called his cabinet "scumbags," and slammed him for supporting "Korea-invading Putin;" it appears Maxine Waters is doubling down, tweeting today that it's time to "get ready for impeachment."

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Maxine Waters To Trump: "Get Ready For Impeachment"

Having demanded Donald Trump's impeachment before he became President, called his cabinet "scumbags," and slammed him for supporting "Korea-invading Putin;" it appears Maxine Waters is doubling down, tweeting today that it's time to "get ready for impeachment."

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US Reverses: Tillerson Offers "Snubbed" NATO New Dates For Meeting

Yesterday, just hours after James Comey's hearing on Russian interference in the US election (which provided zero proof, but countless innuendo and extrapolations), we reported that Rex Tillerson planned to skip the April 5-6 meeting of NATO foreign ministers in order to be present at Mar-A-Lago during the first US visit by China's president, and one week later travel to Russia, which as Reuters said is "a step allies may see as putting Moscow's concerns ahead of theirs", or in other words - an intentional snub.

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