We're in a DC ‘news void,' but that's going to change after Congress returns from recess
Added 08-19-19 12:29:02am EST - “Real estate speculation in Greenland. Brett Gardner and Aaron Boone going crazy and getting tossed from every game possible this month for the Yankees. Airport workers slipping travelers notes, telling them they are "ugly."” - Foxnews.com
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President Donald Trump commented on rumors that he is having his administration look into purchasing Greenland while speaking to reporters, outside of Marine One on Sunday.
Real estate speculation in Greenland. Brett Gardner and Aaron Boone going crazy and getting tossed from every game possible this month for the Yankees. Airport workers slipping travelers notes, telling them they are “ugly.”
We’re deep into the supposed Washington “news void.” It’s allegedly compelled by the lengthy Congressional recess and presidential vacation each August.
The Capitol Rotunda teams with tourists. But you won’t find any lawmakers here. A handful of members parachute into Washington for business meetings and to do a day or two of work in their DC offices. A few show up to preside over abbreviated “pro forma” sessions of the House and Senate, which run anywhere from a few seconds to a couple of minutes.
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