The Daily Populous

Tuesday November 12nd, 2019 night edition

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Protesters chanted "lock him up" as Donald Trump gave a speech to mark Veterans Day in Madison Square Park in central New York.

", "Sexist in chief" and "Impeach Trump" had gathered close to Madison Square Park in downtown Manhattan.

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Mr Trump offered his support to Gold Star families, those have lost someone serving in combat as a member of the US military.

Mr Trump had also famously derided former Senator John McCain's service in the Vietnam War, saying: "He's not a war hero.

Last week, a judge ruled that Mr Trump had broken the law when he misused $2.82 million that the Trump Foundation raised to help veterans to fund his presidential campaign instead.

During his speech, Mr Trump acknowledged New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, saying: "Also with us is New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. »

Nintendo says it has ‘no plans’ for a Switch price cut

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He added: “We want to improve profitability by increasing the number of units sold and selling the Nintendo Switch family of hardware for as long as possible.”.

It expects to sell 18 million Switch units during the current financial year ending in March 2020.

A limited edition Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Switch Lite console will also be released in November. »

Channel 4 Pulls Forward ‘Rick & Morty’ UK Premiere After Complaints From Fans

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Channel 4 has pulled forward the UK premiere of season four of Rick And Morty after fans voiced their displeasure at the original broadcast plans.

Channel 4 had planned to show Adult Swim’s animated series from January next year, but will now begin broadcasting the program from November 20 at 10PM on youth channel E4.

Director of programs Ian Katz tweeted: “You told us you were none too happy about having to wait till January to see Series 4 on Channel 4. »

Giuliani associate flips on Trump, says he threatened Ukraine to investigate Biden or lose aid

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He initially hired former Trump lawyer John Dowd to represent him and refused to comply with impeachment investigators.

But after Trump claimed not to know Parnas, despite appearing with him at numerous events, the Giuliani associate had a change of heart.

He fired Dowd and agreed to cooperate with the impeachment inquiry, his new attorney, Joseph Bondy, told reporters last week. »