The Daily Populous

Saturday September 5th, 2020 morning edition

image for Fox News reported Trump never said that dead US troops were 'suckers,' but the network's national security correspondent said ex-officials confirmed he did

However, one of its own — national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin — said parts of the damning report, which cited two ex-Trump administration officials, were verified to her.

"According to one former senior Trump administration official: 'When the President spoke about the Vietnam War, he said, 'It was a stupid war.

Trump appeared to be aware of Griffin's reporting and demanded Fox News to fire her.

Then Jennifer Griffin, a national security correspondent for the network, said in a lengthy Twitter thread that former Trump administration officials confirmed the president's remarks to her.

"[Griffin] is an excellent reporter and a class act," ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl said in a tweet responding to Trump.

Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier also described Griffin as "a great reporter and a total class act. »

Amazon deletes 20,000 reviews after evidence of profits for posts

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When contacted by the FT, Mr Fryer denied posting paid-for reviews — before deleting his review history from his Amazon profile page.

Another prominent reviewer, outside the top 10, removed his name and reviews, and changed his profile picture to display the words “please go away”.

Although some reviewers removed their history, the reviews themselves remained online until Amazon took action on Friday. »

Exclusive: Vince McMahon Threatens To Punish Talent Engaging With Third Parties

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During the call, it was said that WWE owns the real names of talent, not just their character names.

McMahon wrote that it was imperative that they promote and protect the brand in every conceivable way, and that talent have 30 days to stop engaging with third parties.

McMahon wrote that these actions are necessary as part of WWE's rebuilding process as they "enter the next phase of growth at WWE.". »

Trump Says He Will Reverse Pentagon Plan to Close Newspaper That Informs and Speaks for Troops

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Signs of a growing discontent among troops for the commander in chief are starting to show.

A Military Times poll released this week showed a continued decline in active-duty service members’ views of Mr. Trump, and a slight but significant preference for former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. in the upcoming election among troops surveyed.

Former pressmen were among the troops, and they set up shop at a local newspaper office that had been abandoned by its Confederate-sympathizing publisher. »