The Daily Populous

Tuesday December 25th, 2018 night edition

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Trump and his siblings also enabled their parents to evade taxes and significantly increased their family’s wealth, according to the investigative article.

Joy Reid, who hosts the MSNBC program AM Joy, pointed out during the Monday panel discussion that the president was actually terrible at managing the inherited funds.

“My favorite part about the $413 million story is somebody who inherited $413 million managed to be $900 million in the hole,” she said.

“There’s the fraud, the debunking this myth, there is the fact that this was basically daddy’s little welfare case.”.

“Also the fact he’s a serial failure and the deals keep having to be bailed out by dad,” he added.

The Times article alleged the amount was significantly higher and that the Trump siblings actually engaged in tax fraud to hide money they inherited.

In her Monday comments on the story, Greer argued that Americans are now seeing the Trump family’s “fraud” on a national and international level. »

The ‘clean plate’ mentality drives us to overeat. To-go bags can help.

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“So, one could argue that good advice for someone trying to manage their food intake would be not to clean their plate.”.

Professor of Marketing at Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management, studies consumer behavior, with a particular focus on food consumption behaviors and food decision-making.

“However, providing another mechanism for consumption closure, such a doggy bag, dampens the effect of wanting to eat more,” Haws said. »

Air Canada flight turns back halfway to Hawaii, passengers get $10 vouchers

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Air Canada passengers on a flight that turned back to Vancouver when it was already halfway to Hawaii aren’t pleased with the $10 food voucher they received as a result of the inconvenience.

An Air Canada spokesperson told CTV News that the decision to return the Boeing 737 to Vancouver was “for maintenance reasons only” and that it was “not an emergency.”.

The passengers were expected to leave Vancouver on a new Maui-bound flight at 7:30 p.m. PST, putting them in Hawaii about 15 hours after the original flight left. »

Pope slams 'insatiable greed' at Christmas Eve Mass

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According to the New Testament, Christ was born in a Bethlehem stable and was then placed in a manger.

The 82-year-old pontiff led the midnight mass before nearly 10,000 people gathered in St. Peter's Basilica, the biggest Christian church in the world.

Since becoming the Church's leader in 2013, Francis has focused on the issues of poverty and inequality. »

Saudi Prince Talal Dies After Hunger Strike it is Claimed

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A Saudi prince, known internationally for his open criticism of the ruling family including Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, has died after being critically weakened by a hunger strike.

Prince al-Waleed was the richest among the dozens of those arrested by bin Salman, who is also known as MbS. »