The Daily Populous

Tuesday February 9th, 2021 night edition

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Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump reported between $172 million and $640 million in outside income while working in the White House, according to an analysis of financial disclosures by CREW.

All told, Ivanka made more than $13 million from the hotel since 2017, dropping from about $4 million a year between 2017 and 2019 to about $1.5 million last year, at least in part due to the pandemic.

Having previously claimed it to be worth between $5 million and $25 million, in her final disclosure she listed it as only worth $100,000 to $250,000.

The hotel was far from Ivanka Trump’s only controversial source of income while working in the White House.

In all, CREW found at least 28 foreign trademarks approved for Ivanka Trump while in the White House.

When Trump and Kushner entered the administration, Kushner’s stake in Cadre was valued between $5 million and $25 million.

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump should never have been allowed to work in the White House. »

Ron Wright: Republican congressman dies after contracting Covid

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Texas Republican representative Ron Wright, who previously battled cancer, has died at the age of 67 after testing positive for coronavirus.

“Ron and Susan dedicated their lives to fighting for individual freedom, Texas values, and above all, the lives of the unborn," it added.

According to the Texas Tribune, Mr Wright is survived by his wife Susan, the couple's three children and nine grandchildren. »

Hyundai and Kia confirm they are no longer in talks with Apple regarding Apple Car production

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Hyundai made a bold statement last month when it confirmed that it was in talks with Apple about a potential partnership for Apple Car.

A variety of sources had suggested over the last several weeks that Apple and Hyundai were in talks regarding Apple Car.

New filings today from Hyundai and Kia confirm that the companies are not in talks with Apple regarding Apple Car production — at least talks that they are willing to make public. »

Alex Kearns died thinking he owed hundreds of thousands for stock market losses on Robinhood. His parents have sued over his suicide.

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It was "Grandma and Grandpa money," Dan Kearns said, from birthday gifts and cash saved from his summer job lifeguarding.

Dan Kearns said, adding he spoke with his son about responsible investing and believed Alex had "limited exposure.".

But Dan and Dorothy Kearns didn't realize Robinhood had also approved Alex to buy and sell options, a risky financial instrument with the potential for huge losses. »

Trump’s Crack Impeachment Lawyers Misspelled ‘United States’—Again

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Hardly a week after submitting a legal brief for Trump’s looming Senate impeachment trial that misspelled the words “United States,” they made exactly the same blunder again on Monday in the pre-trial brief laying out their defense.

And so it goes with Trump’s historic second impeachment trial, which is set to begin on Tuesday.

Last week, Democrats dared Trump to testify under oath at his own impeachment trial, although their offer was quickly rebuffed as a “public relations stunt” by Trump’s lawyers. »