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Friday, July 21, 2017

Jeff Sessions Has Some Explaining to Do - Does the attorney general serve the president or the Constitution?

Donald Trump's vision of a Justice Department that serves Donald Trump instead of the cause of justice is horribly askew. But it is quintessentially Trumpian, and therefore unsurprising.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions should know better. After the president questioned his judgment and competence in an interview Wednesday with The New York Times -- and said Sessions' decision to recuse himself from the FBI's Russia investigation was "extremely unfair" -- Sessions was asked for comment. "We wholeheartedly join in the priorities of President Trump," he said.

OPINION | WHITE HOUSE: Spicer Wasn't What's Wrong With This White House

The fall of the press secretary is a very bad sign for the Trump administration.

We've finally found the one thing that's perfectly normal about the Donald Trump White House: When things go bad, blame the message (and the messenger), not the substance. And so, with things going quite badly indeed, we get to the resignation of Sean Spicer, press secretary and short-term celebrity "Saturday Night Live" send-up, and the hiring of a new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci.

Kushner's Amended Financial Disclosure Shows Sprawling Assets

Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, on Friday filed an amended financial disclosure that reflected his family’s sprawling real estate holdings -- and the approval of the federal Office of Government Ethics.

Barbasol Championship Q&A: GRAYSON MURRAY

Q. Are you more happy about the 64 you shot today or the fact you're done and you can go put your feet up? Great playing. You were a little bit uneven on the front and then really poured it on on the back. What clicked?

GRAYSON MURRAY: I started hitting it well with the driver. I drove it really well yesterday. I mean, 4 under was about as high as I could have shot yesterday, so I knew if I just drove it like I did yesterday that I would have enough birdie putts to shoot a low one like I did. Yeah, I would say the driver definitely worked for me on that back side coming in.

Q. We've seen your talent shine through on the Tour last year, you won late, you ended up No. 1 on the finals. Craig Perks thinks you're just so close to busting loose and winning out here. How close do you feel?

GRAYSON MURRAY: I'm closer than my results. I made 10 straight cuts, so I think that's hard to do as a rookie. It's hard to do in general because you've got to shoot a couple under every week just to make the cut. I just have to have better weekends. I've been in this position before earlier in the year and I'm comfortable. I'm not going to shy away from it. Just go out and see what happens. There's a lot of good players that are bunched up at the top.

Barbasol Championship Q&A: TREY MULLINAX

Q. Talk about your day, and obviously you'll be in the afternoon group, one of the later afternoon groups after two days of really solid play.

TREY MULLINAX: Yeah, played really good the last two days. The putter is not quite where I want it. Feel like I'm getting a little frustrated on the greens right now. I feel like I'm playing really well, just kind of not making as many putts as I hoped to, but you never do. Even when you do, you play well. But looking forward to playing in the afternoon and trying to get another good round.

Q. I wasn't going to mention it, but darn it, it looked like you burned about every edge coming home on the greens. Was it a test of patience kind of to know that you're hitting it really well and knowing that it will maybe come around with the putter?

TREY MULLINAX: Yeah, it's pretty frustrating right now. I feel like I'm playing some really good golf and just not quite getting the putts to fall right now. Hit a good shot on 17, unfortunately got a bad lie in the rough and wasn't able to get a really good club on the ball, missed about a 10-footer for par. But I'm hitting the ball really well. There's a lot of
positives. I'm playing good, so I'm just going to work on putting and they'll drop eventually.

Barbasol Championship Q&A: BRIAN GAY

Q. Brian, great round today, capped off with a nice birdie there. If you can just touch on some of the things that clicked today.

BRIAN GAY: Really, my iron game set everything up. I didn't drive it great early on, but I hit a lot of shots close to the hole. Had some easy birdies, made a couple nice putts.

But it was kind of weird, it was so hot this morning, on about the sixth hole I didn't know if I was going to finish and I just went crazy and made a bunch of birdies. I think it kind of took my mind off of it and I was just trying to somehow get to feeling better, eating and drinking, and I just somehow made a bunch of birdies.

Q. Three straight birdies there to finish. Were you picking up the momentum, were the holes easier, what was going on there?

BRIAN GAY: Just really got dialed in with my irons probably the last, gosh, seven holes. I could have almost birdied the last 10 holes, I think. I missed two short ones in a row there on like 14 and 15. But yeah, I finished nice. Two great 5-irons on 17 and 18 to finish off.

Barbasol Championship Q&A: CHAD COLLINS

Q. Congrats, Chad, on your personal best, 60 on the PGA Tour, but it matches a 60 you shot four years ago in Utah. 
Kind of compare and contrast the two 60s that you've been able to shoot.

CHAD COLLINS: You know what, it was one of those days where things were just going along like the last 60. Obviously the course in Utah, in my opinion, was a little bit more gettable. The ball goes a lot further at that altitude.

But I got to owe it all to the putter. You know, I did strike it well but I made a lot of putts. Made a few that I probably shouldn't have made, had a stretch going there on my back nine of five or six in a row. Hit some clutch shots, but just made a lot of putts. Anytime you shoot a score like that you've got to definitely make some putts.

This year's been kind of a struggle for me, I haven't been playing that well, and it's super
nice to see putts fall in, good ball-striking and, you know, being in position on the weekend,
for sure.

TRAVELING TO MONTGOMERY? Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Montgomery at Chantilly Parkway

TRAVELING TO MONTGOMERY? Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Montgomery at Chantilly Parkway
Whether you’re visiting for business in Alabama’s capital city or touring the many universities in the area, the Country Inn & Suites By Carlson®, Montgomery at Chantilly Parkway is the perfect home base. With proximity to both I-85 and I-65, traveling between local attractions couldn’t be easier. Explore the rich culture of the city by visiting Alabama State University, the Montgomery Zoo and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Unwind with a dip in the heated indoor pool or re-energize with a workout in our fitness center. Stay connected with friends and family via free high-speed Internet access before a restful night’s sleep.

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation
Founded in 1962, The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is the nation’s oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarships to military children. For 54 years, we’ve been providing access to affordable education for the children of Marine and Navy Corpsman attending post-high school, under-graduate and career technical education programs. In that time, we have provided more than 37,000 scholarships worth nearly $110 million.