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You made it through basic, then follow-on training in your job field. Maybe you’ve deployed — multiple times. You’ve had to navigate the service member’s transient life and figured out how to be a leader, often going on nothing but your own intuitions.
After a strategic data dump by the attorney for porn actress Stormy Daniels on Wednesday, the world learned that Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney, collected millions in "consulting" fees from major U.S. and overseas corporations with business interest before the U.S. government, as well as a subsidiary of a Vladimir Putin-connected Russian company, in 2017 and 2018 — and he collected it all in the same dummy account he'd set up just before the 2016 election to pay off Daniels and other women who have alleged extramarital affairs with the commander-in-chief.
In an exclusive interview with USA Today, the head of the U.S. Secret Service says that more than 1,000 of its agents have already maxed out on their allowable earnings for 2017, thanks to President Donald Trump’s frequent stays at his own resorts and his extended family’s vacation and business trips.
Update, 10 AM EDT, April 26: Representatives for USAA and First Command Financial Services told T&P; that their banks will be offering similar protections to Navy Fed for its DoD employee members. Scroll to the end of this story for more details.
Americans have “got to make a choice,” Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz from Utah told CNN this morning, referring to his party’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. “So rather than getting that new iPhone that they just love and want to go spend hundreds of dollars on that, maybe they should invest in their own health care.”