The Daily Populous

Wednesday August 29th, 2018 night edition

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Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani was being paid by a global consulting firm when he sent a letter to the president of Romania last week that contradicted the U.S. government’s official position.

Giuliani’s letter to Romanian President Klaus Iohannis appears to take sides in a fight at the top of the Romanian government over how to rein in high-level corruption.

Giuliani calls for an amnesty to be extended “to those who have been prosecuted and convicted through the excesses of the DNA.”.

“They are paying my fee,” Giuliani said, but he would not say how much he was paid or whether the Freeh Group retained him on behalf of a client.

The intervention in Romania will add to criticism of Giuliani for carrying out other foreign business while acting simultaneously as Trump’s personal lawyer.

“If Rudy Giuliani wants to be Trump’s lawyer and chief spokesman, he should not be taking public foreign policy positions like this on behalf of other paid clients,” U.S. »

Research reveals a potential new biotherapy for Alzheimer’s disease

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A new type of treatment developed by researchers at the University of Florida provides a potential path to an effective treatment.

When tested in mice, it reduced the buildup of amyloid plaques in the brain, a characteristic feature of Alzheimer’s disease.

It also blocked the toxic effects of the peptides that form these plaques, preventing them from killing neurons. »

Devin Nunes Explains Why He’s Less Conservative Than He Used to Be

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It’s an inland district near Fresno that’s about 60 percent Republican and voted decisively for both John McCain and Mitt Romney.

“Ten per cent were about ‘Chemtrails from airplanes are poisoning me’ to every other conspiracy theory that’s out there.

They may be in the majority, but until they do something about their out-to-lunch faction they’re not going to get much done. »

Malawian boy uses wind to power hope, electrify village

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The red soil in his Masitala hometown was parched, leaving his father, a farmer, without any income.

"Then I said to myself, 'If they can make electricity out of wind, I can try, too.'".

"I thought, this thing exists in this book, it means someone else managed to build this machine," he said. »