The Daily Populous

Tuesday August 9th, 2022 morning edition

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The former President confirmed that FBI agents were at Mar-a-Lago and said "they even broke into my safe."

He was at Trump Tower in New York when the search warrant was executed in Florida, a person familiar told CNN.

Secret Service agents stand at the gate of Mar-a-Lago after the FBI executed a search warrant at the Palm Beach, Florida, estate, August 8, 2022.

The FBI's search included examining where documents were kept, according to another person familiar with the investigation, and boxes of items were taken.

Following the National Archives' recovering of White House records from Mar-a-Lago in recent months, the FBI on Monday had to verify that nothing was left behind.

"President Trump and his legal team have been cooperative with FBI and DOJ officials every step of the way.

There was communication between the FBI and US Secret Service before the search warrant was executed Monday, a person familiar with the matter said, allowing for the FBI to access the estate without any complications. »

Exclusive: See the Trump toilet photos that he denies ever existed

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Trump denied it and called Haberman, whose New York Times coverage he follows compulsively, a "maggot.".

A Trump White House source tells her the photo on the left shows a commode in the White House.

Haberman's sources report the document dumps happened multiple times at the White House, and on at least two foreign trips. »

Putin and the failure of Western Intelligence | Jack Barsky

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Today, when trying to decipher Putin’s motives and tactics in Russia’s war against Ukraine, many Western analysts are left baffled.

We started our conversation by focussing on why the West failed to predict Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in the first place.

“He is very calculated and focussed in his efforts to create a mythology about himself that will survive in the coming centuries, right next to Peter the Great. »

He reported his supervisor choking a handcuffed man. Then he was fired.

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Now, the arresting deputy in the case is speaking out to detail what he has reported to be excessive force used by his supervisor during the arrest.

His dismissal came one day after he reported his concerns to the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation.

That call led Thompson and another deputy to find Green, who had just pulled into the driveway of his house. »