Donald Trump on the US-Mexico border, Calexico, California, April 5, 2019 (AP)

In our latest 15-minute journey across Trump-Land, I joined talkRADIO’s Alexis Conran on Saturday to discuss Donald Trump’s commands to border officials to break the law.

We explain why Trump is running away quickly from Julian Assange after the WikiLeaks founder was arrested in London. There’s a look at the attack by Trump’s informal advisor Steve Bannon on Pope Francis — part of an attempt by the hard-right activist to disrupt European countries and the EU. And there’s a quick summary of where we are with Attorney General William Barr’s attempt to protect Trump from the Mueller Report.

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If Trump stands up for Assange, he’s going against his own agencies.

Which he has done in the past — but here’s the problem this time. Trump’s campaign are connected to WikiLeaks because they encouraged WikiLeaks to disseminate the anti-Clinton material obtained by the Russians.

EA on CNN: Trump v. Law over Immigrants
See also TrumpWatch, Day 813: Trump to Border Chief — I’ll Pardon You if You Break Law
See also TrumpWatch, Day 812: Trump Runs Away from Assange and WikiLeaks