The Daily Populous

Monday April 1st, 2019 morning edition

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According to new documents and reports, Donald Trump has apparently (allegedly) been committing financial fraud for years by lying to lenders about his assets.

So obviously we’ve had a week now since William Barr sent his little four page summary of the Mueller report.

But nonetheless, you’ve actually had plenty of Democrats this week talking about impeachment and it’s impeachment based on the Mueller.

They got documents from Deutsche Bank this rate week regarding those loans they gave to Donald Trump.

But over here in the financial services committee, the work they’re doing with these banks that Donald Trump lied to, to secure loans, essentially committed bank fraud.

And earlier this week the Washington Post put out a phenomenal new report that actually detailed even more financial fraud from Donald Trump.

He claimed that Trump tower had 68 stories when it only has 58 I, this is who are the guy lived. »

'Huge Victory for Our Oceans': Trump Effort to Open Arctic to Oil and Gas Drilling Ruled Illegal

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U.S. District Judge Sharon Gleason ruled (pdf) that Trump's April 2017 executive order revoking the Obama administration's ban on drilling in most of the Arctic was "unlawful.".

The Trump administration is expected to appeal the decision, which applies to 98 percent of the Arctic.

A federal judge has blocked Trump’s attempt to open the Arctic to dirty and dangerous offshore drilling. »

Rapper Nipsey Hussle killed in shooting outside his L.A. store

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LOS ANGELES — The Grammy-nominated rapper Nipsey Hussle was killed in a shooting outside his clothing store in Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon, law enforcement sources said.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's Crisis Response Team confirmed the news on Sunday night, saying, "Today we lost a great musician, Nipsey Hussle."

One of the other men was being treated at a hospital, and the third man declined treatment, Los Angeles police Lt. Chris Martinez said. »

Aberration in The Lens: Roger Deakins and Jesse James

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Deakins’ preference for using natural or practical lighting is one of the most enduring trademarks of his style.

He famously consults with set designers on his films, allowing him to incorporate fixtures and lighting devices into the sets themselves.

Deakins’ photography in The Assassination of Jesse James evokes the very best the Western genre has to offer. »