The Daily Populous

Tuesday September 24th, 2019 evening edition

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President Donald Trump appeared to mock Greta Thunberg after her emotional speech to the United Nations on Monday.

Thunberg, 16, was tearful and her voice broke as she chided world leaders for having "stolen my dreams and my childhood" with their inaction on climate change.

The Swedish activist founded the school strike campaign to raise awareness about the climate emergency and the urgent need for governments to take comprehensive action quickly.

Trump wrote on Twitter alongside a clip of Thunberg's speech.

He tweeted after a video of Thunberg glaring at him as he entered the U.N. headquarters went viral on social media.

Trump has questioned climate change science and sought to roll back environmental protections, as well as encouraged greater production in the fossil fuel industry.

"She has more class in her little finger..." tweeted Kirsten Oswald, a former U.K. politician. »

Supreme Court: Suspending Parliament was unlawful, judges rule

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Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful, the Supreme Court has ruled.

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption The Supreme Court declared "Parliament has not been prorogued".

And the court has quashed both his advice to the Queen and the Order in Council which officially suspended parliament. »

Impostor Syndrome is more common than you think; Study finds best way to cope with it

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The impostor syndrome, a phenomenon that manifests when people feel like frauds even if they are actually capable and well-qualified, affects people both in the workplace and in the classroom.

However, if the student “reached out” to family, friends outside their major, or even professors, perceptions of impostorism were reduced.

Along with seeking social support, the study also uncovered negative ways students coped with impostorism. »

Billionaire Threatens to Sue YouTuber For Calling Him 'Fatty McFuckhead' and Photoshopping Him as Trump's Baby

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Clive Palmer, an Australian billionaire often called the Donald Trump from Down Under, is threatening to sue YouTuber Friendly Jordies for defamation.

Big Kev was a popular entrepreneur in Australia whose face appeared on cleaning products in the 2000s.

Palmer even bought billboards and online ads that read, “Make Australia Great,” clearly mimicking President Trump’s “Make America Great Again,” slogan. »