The Daily Populous

Saturday November 23rd, 2019 night edition

image for Trump openly admitted on live TV to doing the thing he's accused of in the impeachment inquiry

In other words, Trump acknowledged doing the very thing he has repeatedly denied and will likely be impeached for.

The president started off by referencing the broad outlines of the conspiracy, suggesting Ukraine is hiding a Democratic National Committee "server" that contains evidence of Ukrainian meddling.

In a Friday morning interview on "Fox & Friends," President Donald Trump admitted to holding up military aid to pressure Ukraine's government to investigate a baseless conspiracy that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election.

In other words, he acknowledged doing the very thing he will likely be impeached for and has repeatedly denied.

They gave the server to CrowdStrike or whatever its called, which is a country owned by a very wealthy Ukrainian," Trump said.

Trump also asked Zelensky to look into the conspiracy theory alleging Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election.

Several career national security and foreign service officers have testified that this "irregular" channel of Ukraine policy also consisted of others, including:. »

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Knievel attack victim wants cash

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Shelly Saltman, 76, won $12.75m (£6.2m) in damages after Knievel, who died on Friday, beat him with a baseball bat over a book he wrote about the star.

Mr Saltman told AP news agency he was never paid and says the sum owed is now more than $100m with interest.

He later published a book, Evel Knievel on Tour, which the stuntman complained had portrayed him as "an alcoholic, a pill addict, an anti-Semite and an immoral person". »