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The president has killed the Obama era ban on ivory and other big-game souvenirs entering the country from Africa.
The USA Today reports taxpayers are footing Trump’s personal legal bills. Former ethics lawyer for George W. Bush, Richard Painter on that, and his lawsuit against Trump.
A majority of voters do not support the Republican tax bill and 61% think it mainly benefits the rich.
Russia investigators are demanding documents from Jared Kushner, after it was revealed he had emails about a “Russian backdoor overture” and forwarded a WikiLeaks email to a Trump campaign official.
Nine accusers speak out on Moore while Trump remains uncharacteristically silent. A pastor supporting Moore says some stories have “holes” while a Republican Alabama Trump delegate says allegations are “credible” so she can no longer support Moore.
Becky Gray says Roy Moore would hang out at the local mall, ogling young woman.
Los Angeles radio host Leeann Tweeden says Franken forcibly kissed her, without her consent, and groped her during a rehearsal for a USO tour in 2006.
The Post reports on another woman as well, "Becky Gray, who was then 22 when Moore kept asking her out and she kept saying no." And NBC News spoke with Tina Johnson, who AL.com reported on.
John Podhoretz on the latest in the Roy Moore scandal
Garrett Haake on the future of the GOP tax plan
Robert Costa with the latest in the Roy Moore scandal
Jon Heilemann on the latest in the Alabama Senate race
Heather McGee on Trump's lack of response to the Roy Moore allegations
Pollster Peter Hart breaks down the newest focus group out of North Carolina, where voters share their opinions about the president.
Gloria Allred, the attorney representing one of the women accusing Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, joins MTP Daily and says the candidate should "appear before a Senate hearing."