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R-Ariz. in heroic terms describing him as "a lodestar for restoring honor to public life and our national dialogue"This invocation angered Trump who in his private talks with advisers and friends expressed particular dismay because he has long viewed McCain as a personal enemy according to people familiar with the president’s thinking The column reignited Trump’s frustration with last week’s remembrances of McCain and the widespread adulation of his lifeThe president was already feeling especially vulnerable – and a deep "sense of paranoia" in the words of one confidant – after his devastating portrayal in Woodward’s book He was upset that so many in his orbit seemed to have spoken with the veteran Washington Post investigative journalist and had begun peppering staffers with questions about who Woodward’s sources wereTrump already felt that he had a dwindling circle of people whom he could trust a senior administration official said According to one Trump friend he fretted after Wednesday’s op-ed that he could trust only his childrenWhite House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also denounced the opinion column in a ferociously worded statement that channeled her boss’s rage and echoed some of his favorite attacks on the mediaHer statement began by invoking Trump’s 2016 election victory and noting "None of them voted for a gutless anonymous source to the failing New York Times" Sanders went on to demand that the paper apologize for what she called the "pathetic reckless and selfish op-ed" and urged the anonymous author to leave the White House"The individual behind this piece has chosen to deceive rather than support the duly elected President of the United States" she said in her statement "He is not putting country first but putting himself and his ego ahead of the will of the American people This coward should do the right thing and resign"There were immediate calls from Trump critics for the author to step forward and share more information with the public including perhaps testifying before Congress about Trump’s fitness for officeBoth inside the White House and in Trump’s broader orbit aides and confidants scrambled to identify the anonymous official windmilling in all directions; within just hours of publication they privately offered up roughly a dozen different theories and suggested traitorsOne aide for example suggested a staffer seeking glory and secretly hoping to get caught while another mused that the official was likely a low-level staffer in a peripheral agency Others wondered aloud just what constituted a "senior official in the Trump administration"A spokeswoman for the Times said she was unable to provide any additional clarity on how the newspaper defines a senior administration officialTimes editorial page editor James Bennet declined to provide further information about the writer’s position or identity but said the newspaper received the article before news about Woodward’s book broke on Tuesday He said the newspaper "would not have been able to publish" the article if it had not granted anonymity to its author"We thought it was an important perspective to get out" Bennet said "Our preference is not to publish anonymously and we seldom do it The question is do we think the piece was important enough to make an exception We feel strongly that it was"The outing of the op-ed’s author is virtually inevitable according to forensic linguists who work in both academia and private industry figuring out the authors of anonymous texts in lawsuits plagiarism cases and historical puzzles"We take the questioned document and compare it to known exemplars" said Robert Leonard a linguist at Hofstra University who is often retained by defendants and prosecutors in criminal cases involving threats plagiarism and libelBut although many people immediately launched into amateur forensic investigations after publication of the Times piece Leonard cautioned that "a problem with public people is that a lot of their published work is edited so it’s like mixing fingerprints or DNA You don’t always know who the real author is"Brinkley said the most analogous example of disloyalty and advisers disregarding the president’s wishes was in Richard Nixon’s final year as president He explained that Nixon would "bark crazy orders" to aides that they intentionally disregarded"You’d have to go back to Hans Christian Andersen ‘The Emperor Has No Clothes’ to see this syndrome where the president’s reality happens to be so different from his own senior advisers" Brinkley saidThis article was written by Ashley Parker Philip Rucker and Josh Dawsey reporters for The Washington PostThe Washington Post’s Paul Farhi and Marc Fisher contributed to this reportThe Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has reacted to a suit accusing the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress APC Adams Oshiomhole of fraud An Edo State-based activist Osadalor Ochie had filed a suit before an Abuja Federal High Court challenging the failure of EFCC to file fraud charges Oshiomhole Ochie in the suit prayed the court to compel the anti-graft agency to conduct investigation into allegations of fraud against Oshiomhole while he was governor of Edo State The suit also seeks the arrest and prosecution of the APC National Chairman In view of his prayer the court had scheduled Tuesday for hearing after processes were served on the two parties However counsels to Oshiomhole appeared in court but that of the anti-graft agency failed to show up Explaining why its representatives were not in court EFCC said it did not appear in court because the plaintiff failed to serve it with the court processes A statement by EFCC spokesperson Wilson Uwajaren on Wednesday reads: “Ahead of the November 19 date for the consideration of the preliminary objection by All Progressives Party National Chairman Adams Oshiomhole challenging the competence of the suit which seeks to compel the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC to arrest and commence criminal proceedings against him the agency has blamed its absence at Tuesday October 23 hearing of the suit before Justice Anwuli Chikere of the Federal High Court Abuja on the failure of the plaintiff to serve the Commission with processes “This is contrary to the October 9 ruling of Justice Chikere that the Commission be served “The Commission frowns at the attempt by counsel to the plaintiff West Idahosa to mislead the court with claims that the Commission had been served “Had the Commission been served it would have been in court Ours is an agency that holds the judiciary in high esteem and we will never disregard summons by courts of competent jurisdiction The truth is that the Commission did not receive any summons” Former militant and national leader of the Niger Delta Peoples Volunteers Force Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari has stated his position on the Underage Marriage Bill recently approved by the Senate The controversial activist on his Facebook page disclosed his postion on the bill Dokubo-Asari wrote “People should learn to respect other people’s sensibilities We Muslims have the right to marry when we want or give out our daughters at any age we want It is not your business and the law must respect our right to do so Anything short of that is an infringement on our rightsWe did not ask you to marry ladies of that age or give your daughters out in marriage at that age Plzzzzzzzz respect our”" Trump said, "Fortunately, About 830 criminal cases were filed in connection to the DAPL protests. we believe this action, said: “Our attention has been drawn to a story on a National Television that the State Executive Committee (SEC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kogi State has been suspended. 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