Congressional Black Caucus calls out Omarosa Manigault for use of title “Honorable” in connection with Trump invitation.

Congressional Black Caucus calls out Omarosa Manigault for use of title

Congressional Black Caucus calls out Omarosa Manigault for use of title “Honorable” in connection with Trump invitation.

“As requested by the president, we would like to schedule a follow-up meeting with the entire membership of the Congressional Black Caucus to discuss issues pertinent to your members,” Manigault wrote in the invitation, obtained by POLITICO.

But multiple CBC members said they were put off that she signed the invitation as “the Honorable Omarosa Manigault,” saying she hasn’t earned that title nor has she helped raise the profile of CBC issues within the White House as promised. More from Politico here.

Trump’s DOJ switches sides and reverses course in Supreme Court labor case. 

Trump’s DOJ switches sides and reverses course in Supreme Court labor case.

The case, NLRB v. Murphy Oil, addresses whether an employment contract that requires the employee to waive his or her right to bring a class-action lawsuit against the employer violates the National Labor Relations Act.

Last year, the Obama DOJ weighed in on the side of the National Labor Relations Board, which had ruled that such arbitration agreements violated federal labor law. Now DOJ will weigh in on the side of Murphy Oil, which argued that they do not.  More from Politico here.