The Daily Populous

Saturday September 5th, 2020 evening edition

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President Donald Trump has called for reporter Jennifer Griffin, the national security correspondent for Fox News Channel, to be fired for her reporting on claims made about Trump in an article published Thursday by The Atlantic.

The article, titled Trump: Americans Who Died in War Are 'Losers' and 'Suckers,' was reportedly based on several sources who spoke on condition of anonymity, The Atlantic noted.

On Saturday, Trump noted these claims were "all refuted by many witnesses.

She claimed to have confirmed that Trump questioned why veterans fought in the war, asking "What's in it for them?

Jennifer Griffin of Fox News Did Not Confirm ‘Most Salacious‘ Part of Atlantic Story via @BreitbartNews All refuted by many witnesses.

@JeffreyGoldberg reporting that President Trump disparaged veterans and did not want to drive to honor American war dead at Aisne-Marne Cemetery outside Paris.

Meanwhile, a spokesperson for The White House, Alyssa Farah, told The Atlantic this week: "This report is false. »

The True Story Of A Man-Eating Tiger's 'Vengeance'

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The tigers that populate this region are commonly referred to as Siberian tigers, but they are more accurately known as the Amur tiger.

"The Amur tiger can weigh over 500 pounds and can be more than 10 feet long nose to tail.".

These majestic tigers can jump as far as 25 feet -- vertically, they can jump over a basketball hoop. »

The Global Challenge of Corporate Corruption

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More than $1 trillion is paid in bribes each year, the World Economic Forum estimated, and “that corruption reduces global GDP by more than 5%,” according to “Corporate Corruption: A Review and Research Agenda.”.

Castro, Phillips, and Ansari, however, focused on corporate corruption and who pays bribes—the “supply-side” of corruption.

“Addressing corporate corruption is about changing the culture within organizations and making sure that they’re not violating international laws. »