The Daily Populous

Friday September 4th, 2020 morning edition

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“He’s not a war hero,” Trump said in 2015 while running for the Republican nomination for president.

Read: John McCain’s death brought out the worst in the Trump administration.

Nor did he set his campaign back by attacking the parents of Humayun Khan, an Army captain who was killed in Iraq in 2004.

Trump remained fixated on McCain, one of the few prominent Republicans to continue criticizing him after he won the nomination.

According to sources with knowledge of the president’s views, he seems to genuinely not understand why Americans treat former prisoners of war with respect.

Trump finds the notion of military service difficult to understand, and the idea of volunteering to serve especially incomprehensible.

In the 1990s, Trump said his efforts to avoid contracting sexually transmitted diseases constituted his “personal Vietnam. »

Season 6 Evo Armor Updates

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In Season 6, we made a few big changes to the way our armor works.

First, all armor became Evo Armor.

However, with the introduction of the Evo Armor change, we saw (in our internal playtests) that players were achieving Red Armor (125 shields) more often, and more players were fighting at 225 total health. »

Oregon hunter, 66, gored to death by bull elk he had shot and injured with an arrow the previous day

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Mark David of Hillsboro had reportedly injured the bull elk on Saturday, August 29, with a bow and arrow while hunting on private property near Trask Road East in Tillamook, Oregon.

So, he decided to search the injured bull the next morning, according to Oregon State Police.

After locating the elk, the victim tried to kill it again but the injured animal attacked him and gored him in the neck with his antlers. »

Merkel faces pressure to drop Russian gas pipeline after Navalny’s poisoning

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Chancellor Angela Merkel is under pressure from within her own party to drop support for a controversial gas pipeline with Russia after links point to the Kremlin in the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny.

Merkel said tests showed “unequivocally” that Navalny was poisoned by a military-grade novichok nerve agent and called on the Russian government to provide answers.

Before a special German armed forces laboratory confirmed Navalny’s poisoning with novichok, the chancellor decoupled the status of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from the attack on the Putin critic. »

Intelligence bulletin warns Russia amplifying false claims mail-in voting will lead to widespread fraud

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News of the DHS document prompted immediate criticism from the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Rep. Adam Schiff.

After news of that bulletin was published, acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said his department was working to revise the intelligence report.

Barr also diluted the intelligence community's assessment that Russia is the only country actively interfering in the 2020 election. »