Required Reading – July 17

Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most though provoking things we’ve read:

May Says Trump Told Her to SUE the EU, President Says It’s Still Not Too Late to Get ‘Brutal’ with Brussels

“At a subsequent joint press conference with Mrs May outside the prime ministerial retreat of Chequers, he said he had been assured a deal would still be possible under her plans — not sounding terribly convinced — and confirmed that she had found his ‘tough’ advice on how to approach the negotiations ‘too brutal’ — but that she might still follow it if Brussels continued pushing her around.”

Read more at Breitbart.

Newsmax: Trump Says He May Ask Putin to Extradite Intelligence Agents

“President Donald Trump said he may ask Vladimir Putin to extradite 12 Russian intelligence agents indicted Friday for hacking Democratic email accounts during the 2016 campaign, and said he has ‘low expectations’ for his summit Monday with the Russian leader. ‘I go in with low expectations,’ Trump said in excerpts of an interview with CBS News released Sunday. ‘I’m not going with high expectations.’ […]  Trump and Putin are to meet Monday in Helsinki, . . .”

Read more at Newsmax.

Durden: “Credible” Lisa Page Wows House GOP; Supports Theory FBI Had “Desired Outcome” In Russia Probe

“After just five hours, a ‘cooperative’ and ‘credible’ Page answered many questions Strzok didn’t, according to Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) as reported by Politico’s Kyle Cheney, in large part because FBI attorneys present at the session backed off and let her answer more questions.”

Read more at Zero Hedge.

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