The Daily Populous

Saturday May 11st, 2019 night edition

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Right-wing commentator and “cool kid’s philosopher” Ben Shapiro stormed out of a contentious BBC interview on Thursday after accusing the conservative host of being a “leftist” and bragging about how popular he is.

“You purport to be an objective journalist,” Shapiro sniped.

“BBC purports to be an objective, down-the-middle network.

It obviously is not, it never has been.

This caused Neil, chairman of conservative magazine The Spectator, to chuckle and tell his guest, “If you only knew how ridiculous that statement is, you wouldn’t have said it.”.

“You talk about undermining the public discourse,” Shapiro whined.

“Thank you for your time and for showing that anger is not part of American political discourse,” Neil cheekily replied. »

Nadler, Deutch, Swalwell Introduce Bill to Ensure Presidents Can be Held Accountable for Criminal Conduct

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This legislation would ensure that presidents can be held accountable for criminal conduct just like every other American and not use the presidency to avoid legal consequences.

Our bill pauses the statute of limitation for offenses committed by sitting presidents to ensure that winning an election isn’t a legal defense.".

The No President Is Above the Law Act would ensure that every person—no matter his or her title or office—is held accountable under our laws. »

Rumor suggests iOS 13 will not support iPhone 6, iPhone SE and iPhone 5s

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A rumor from out today suggests that iOS 13 will cut off several generations of iPhone.

With iOS 12, Apple supported every device that could run iOS 11, boosting performance across all models all the way back to iPhone 5s.

The report claims that iOS 13 will drop support for iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. »