James Comey's testimony may never bring President Trump down or save our democracy from crumbling into the earth, but, hey, let's look at the bright side: at least it'll make a pretty good movie. The former FBI director's prepared remarks were rich with political intrigue, shadowy subtext and a bunch of random clock references. It's the perfect cocktail for an enjoyably awful blockbuster movie. SEE ALSO: James Comey is our newest sex symbol. Wait, what? Below are a few movie posters we've designed in advance of the inevitable upcoming film. Obviously, feel free to voice your opinion about them. But remember: We want your loyalty. We expect your loyalty. We'll also settle for your honest loyalty, whatever the hell that is. Image: ambar del moral/mashable Image: ambar del moral/mashable compositeComing soon — at least sooner than Trump's impeachment. WATCH: Become the master of the ring with this extendable boxing glove
Maduro ordered the national electoral council to convene the assembly, stating it was his constitutional right, a position the opposition rejects. Venezuela’s chief prosecutor has called the country’s people to reject President Nicolás Maduro’s push to rewrite the nation’s constitution and urged the supreme court to annul the process immediately, further deepening her divide with the government.
The House of Representatives has voted to replace the 2010 Dodd-Frank law with their own sweeping financial regulatory bill, the Financial Choice Act. “This legislation comes to the rescue of Main Street America,” House Speaker Paul Ryan said. Similar to the Republicans’ healthcare bill, the Financial Choice Act aims to undo one of former President Barack Obama’s top legislative achievements.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy, who led a two-year investigation into the deadly 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, is set to take over leadership of the powerful House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.