The Daily Populous

Thursday November 11st, 2021 evening edition

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Trump and Pence, accompanied by their wives, were late; their motorcade arrived well after the ceremony had started.

Unlike most years, this Veterans Day ceremony was not open to the public because of COVID.

The cemetery website stated that masks were required for all visitors, but neither Trump nor anyone in his inner circle wore one.

In fact, the Army had consulted public health officials who advised against holding the event, even though it was outside.

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CIA Director Gina Haspel, who also expected to be fired, shared his fear.

Just eight weeks later it was clear that while Trump could fuel the fire, he could not douse it. »

Boris Johnson Denies UK Politics Is 'Corrupt' Amid Fury Over Lobbying And Second Jobs

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Boris Johnson speaks during a press conference at the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 in Glasgow.

Boris Johnson has been forced to dismiss suggestions Britain’s political system is corrupt at a crunch international climate change summit.

His return to the summit comes amid a row over second jobs in the wake of a the controversy about Owen Paterson being found to have broken the centuries-old ban on paid lobbying by MPs. »

Rep. Ilhan Omar says a man who called her office and said 'tell her I'm going to kill her today' has been convicted of threatening lawmakers

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Rep. Ilhan Omar said on Twitter that her office was among those targeted with a death threat.

The man was also convicted of calling another congressman and threatening to cut off his head.

A 73-year-old man in Venice, Florida, has been convicted of threatening three members of Congress, and Rep. Ilhan Omar said she was one of the targets. »

Texas schools can again set face mask rules after judge overrules Abbott’s ban

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(TEXAS TRIBUNE) - A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order prohibiting mask mandates in schools violates the Americans with Disabilities Act — freeing local officials to again create their own rules.

The judge said the governor’s order impedes children with disabilities from the benefits of public schools’ programs, services and activities to which they are entitled.

The advocacy group, Disability Rights Texas, filed the federal lawsuit on behalf of several Texan families in late August against Abbott, Paxton and Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath. »