The Daily Populous

Monday April 15th, 2019 morning edition

image for Twitter Urged to Suspend Donald Trump After President Accused of ‘Sharing Propaganda Videos Trafficking in Hate Speech’ Over Omar Attack

CAIR was actually founded in 1994, but did grow significantly in prominence in the years after the 2001 attack.

“@realDonaldTrump is sharing propaganda videos trafficking in hate speech and inciting real violence against @IlhanMN.

We’re calling on @jack to suspend him from @Twitter.

Add your name here:” the Women’s March tweeted, alongside a link to a petition to “suspend Trump from Facebook and Twitter.”.

@realDonaldTrump is sharing propaganda videos trafficking in hate speech and inciting real violence against @IlhanMN.

“Trump has launched a despicable and irresponsible attack on Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, sharing a propaganda video questioning the Congresswoman's loyalty to the United States,” the petition’s description read.

"I think that if you asked me very directly, like, 'is everything the president says, part of public interest?' »

Pete Buttigieg officially announces 2020 presidential campaign

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— Pete Buttigieg, the 37-year-old mayor of South Bend, Indiana, officially announced his presidential bid Sunday afternoon, hoping to make history as the youngest-ever, and the first-ever openly gay, commander in chief.

And I am running for President of the United States," he said, prompting a wave of adoring screams from the crowd.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg announces his presidential bid Sunday in South Bend, Indiana. »

Measles outbreak kills more than 1,200 in Madagascar

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Madagascar faces its largest measles outbreak in history, with cases soaring well beyond 115,000, but resistance to vaccinating children is not the driving force behind the rise.

Only 58% of people on Madagascar’s main island have been vaccinated against measles, a major factor in the outbreak’s spread.

With measles one of the most infectious diseases, immunization rates need to be 90% to 95% or higher to prevent outbreaks. »