The Daily Populous

Thursday April 6th, 2023 day edition

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Eric Trump has been roasted for falsely claiming that “tens and tens of thousands” of Americans came out to support his father on the day of his arrest and arraignment.

Outside the Manhattan Criminal Court on Tuesday, protesters were vastly outnumbered by members of the media.

The small crowds of Mr Trump supporters who did gather were met by counterprotesters, with some brief clashes but no widescale unrest.

Others took aim at the maths ability of Eric – who works for the Trump Organization.

Each of the 34 criminal charges relates to an individual entry in the Trump Organization’s business records.

Mr Trump surrendered to Manhattan authorities on Tuesday afternoon and was officially arrested on criminal charges.

He then appeared in court for his arraignment before Judge Juan Merchan – the same judge who sentenced the Trump Organization and its CFO last year. »

Twitter is no longer policing Russian and Chinese state-backed media

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Twitter is no longer taking steps to limit the reach of Chinese and Russian state-controlled media outlets, violating the social media platform’s own stated policies.

In 2020, Twitter started labeling official government and state-controlled media accounts, and blocked the latter from appearing in search results.

Voice of America reporter Wenhao Ma previously reported that Twitter was no longer fully enforcing its state-affiliated media policy. »

Some clothing workers in Los Angeles earn as little as $1.58 an hour, Labor Department finds

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A random sweep of 50 garment manufacturers in Los Angeles found that 80% were breaking wage and hour laws, regulators said.

The contractors made clothing for major national brands including Dillard's, Lulus, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Socialite, Stitch Fix and Von Maur, the Labor Department said.

Rock-bottom clothing prices are one of the reasons for workers' exploitation, the Labor Department suggested. »

Minnesota Could Become a Trans Sanctuary State

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The bill also protects families, trans people, and healthcare workers from extradition orders and legal repercussions associated with travel to Minnesota for care.

child's parent or guardian assisted the child in receiving gender-affirming care in this state must not be enforced in this state,” the bill says.

Minnesota would be the second state to pass transgender refuge legislation; last year, California became the first sanctuary state for trans people seeking care. »

Newlywed man killed after bride’s ex gifts them home theatre music system rigged with explosives

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A newlywed man and his brother died after a home theatre music system that they received as a wedding gift exploded in India's Chhattisgarh state.

The explosive-laden music system was allegedly gifted by the bride's ex-lover, who was livid about her getting married to another man, the police said.

Hemendra Merawi died on Monday in his house in the Kabirdham district as soon as he plugged in the music system. »