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4:05PM ET - Joseph E. diGenova, founding partner of the Washington, D.C. law firm of diGenova & Toensing, LLP represents individuals, corporations and other entities before the Federal courts, Congress, and U.S. cabinet departments and agencies on criminal, civil, administrative and investigative matters. He joins to discuss the baseless attacks Senator Jeff Sessions has been dealing with from the left.
Democrats are unlikely to impede confirmation of Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general, even if this week’s confirmation hearings are heavily antagonistic.
Sessions will appear before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary for several days beginning Tuesday. While committee Democrats may succeed in landing political wins against the Alabama senator, none are likely to significantly obstruct confirmation proceedings.
The senator’s biggest asset in what otherwise could have been a grueling fight for the top spot at the U.S. Department of Justice is his congeniality. In a Congress fraught with distrust and partisan entrenchment, Sessions’ Southern charm is a welcome break from the usual culture of venom Capitol Hill, and a boon to his confirmation prospects. (h/t Daily Caller)
4:30PM ET - Andrew Ziem, the Founder and Lead Developer of Bleachbit & David Kennedy, Founder, Principal Security Consultant of Trusted Sec, LLC and a white hat hacker. Julian Assange spoke out this am about the report released on the attack last week. He had this to say:
At the press conference, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange addressed this accusation. First, he mocked the nature of the report itself “This is a press release,” Assange said. “It is clearly designed for political effect, and U.S. intelligence services have been politicized by the Obama administration.” He also criticized how Americans conflated the hacks of Democratic officials’ emails and Wikileaks’ publishing them with the notion that the actual U.S. election was hacked, which is very different. Assange said that as a result, many Americans went to the polls believing that actual voting machines were hacked. (h/t LawNewz)
5:05PM ET - Chris Hahn, Host of the Chris Hahn Show and a Fox News Contributor and Ami Horowitz, documentarian and satirist, Joe Concha, of The Hill, are here to debate and discuss the Golden Globes last night, and the attacks on and anti-Trump segment. Meryl Streep led the pack: The actress received the Cecil B. DeMille Award (the Globes’ lifetime achievement award) and spent her five minutes onstage reciting a speech directed right at the president-elect. She specifically mentioned the “moment when the person asking to sit in the most respected seat in our country imitated a disabled reporter.”
“And this instinct to humiliate, when it’s modeled by someone in the public platform, by someone powerful, it filters down into everybody’s life, because it kind of gives permission for other people to do the same thing,” Streep said. “Disrespect invites disrespect. Violence incites violence. And when the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose.” (h/t WAPO)