The Daily Populous

Wednesday September 25th, 2019 morning edition

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"Oh, it's not going to get rid of him," he laughed after the audience applauded the news.

Pelosi has "been very reluctant to do this, but once again, Donald Trump is doing what he does best: Forcing a woman to do something she didn't want to do.".

The impeachment inquiry stems from Trump's July call to Ukraine's president, during which he asked Ukraine several times to investigate Joe Biden and his son; just a few days earlier, Trump had ordered his staff to withhold military aid to Ukraine.

"And they needed the aid to protect themselves from his buddy in Russia," Kimmel explained.

"Still, despite all this, the president said he did nothing wrong, he said the call was perfect, it was a perfect call.

He's now claiming he was withholding the money to stop corruption," Kimmel added, laughing.

He got away with Russia in the election, it makes perfect sense he would ask Ukraine to help him with the next one. »

Pelosi announces formal impeachment inquiry, but leaves some questions

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Tuesday that the House will move forward with a formal impeachment inquiry, but Democrats said it was not clear what form that inquiry will take or how quickly it will lead to a decision on whether to vote to impeach President Donald Trump.

Pelosi did not say whether the full House would vote to formalize the impeachment inquiry or whether the six committee investigations would be condensed into a single probe.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Pelosi’s decision to bring a formal impeachment inquiry is not a new development. »

Cheddar-gate: French chef sues Michelin Guide, claiming he lost a star for using cheddar

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A French chef is suing the Michelin Guide – the standard bearer for haute cuisine – after having lost one of his three coveted stars without explanation, his lawyer said Tuesday, aside from having been accused of using cheddar in a cheese soufflé.

Veyrat claims the downgrade came after a Michelin inspector mistakenly thought he had adulterated a cheese soufflé with English Cheddar instead of using France's Reblochon, Beaufort and Tomme varieties.

"I put saffron in it, and the gentleman who came thought it was cheddar because it was yellow. »

Are We at a Climate Change Turning Point? Obama’s EPA Chief Thinks So

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I think everybody has different views on why that’s the case, but clearly, the science is getting more urgent.

They don’t seem to have the same kind of reluctance to embrace the science, and they’re seeing that it is their future that is at stake.

It’s very hard now to ignore it and to think it’s anything like business as usual—because it really isn’t. »

New Galaxy Fold Hands-on: 5 Things I Love and 3 Things I Hate

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I’ve spent several hours so far with the new and improved Galaxy Fold, and it definitely seems fixed.

Opening and closing the Galaxy Fold feels smoother this time around with the improved design, and there’s still a satisfying clasp.

Every Galaxy Fold now comes with Galaxy Fold Premier Service, which is designed to provide a concierge-level experience for customers. »