The Daily Populous

Friday August 9th, 2019 evening edition

image for Grinning Trump gives thumbs-up with baby whose parents were shot dead in El Paso terror attack

Donald Trump has sparked revulsion on social media after he was photographed grinning with a two-month-old child who was made an orphan during Saturday’s mass shooting in El Paso which left 22 people dead.

But when the baby, called Paul, was brought to the US president at the University Medical Centre of El Paso, the 73-year-old appeared untouched by the child’s tragic plight.

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El Paso mass shooting: 20 killed at Walmart store 1/39 CCTV images of the gunman identified as Patrick Crusius The 21 year old, as he entered the Cielo Vista Walmart store in El Paso.

The gunman was armed with an assault rifle and opened fire on shoppers at a packed Walmart store, killing 20.

Why is Trump and Melania posing, GRINNING, and giving a thumbs up with the infant who’s parents were murdered by the shooter in El Paso.

All eight adult patients who were still at the medical centre refused to meet Mr Trump, The Washington Post reported. »

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Boris Johnson accused of 'unprecedented, unconstitutional and anti-democratic abuse of power' over plot to force general election after no-deal Brexit

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He accused Boris Johnson of planning an "unprecedented, unconstitutional and anti-democratic abuse of power.".

It comes amid speculation MPs could force a no-confidence vote to bring down Johnson's government days before the Brexit deadline.

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has called on the United Kingdom's most senior civil servant to intervene to prevent Boris Johnson from forcing a no-deal Brexit in the middle of a general election campaign. »

A Growth Mindset Intervention Can Change Students' Grades if School Culture is Supportive - UT News

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The experimental study involved more than 12,000 ninth graders in a national, representative sample of 65 public high schools across the United States.

According to U.S. federal government statistics, nearly 20% of students in the U.S. do not finish high school on time.

The transition to high school represents an important transition point in adolescents’ paths toward high school completion. »