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Japan dispatched tens of thousands of troops and rescue workers Sunday after a typhoon unleashed widespread flooding and left 35 people dead and 17 missing. Typhoon Hagibis, which means “speed” in the Philippine language Tagalog, tore through Tokyo and large swaths of Japan’s main island of Honshu on Saturday, bringing record-breaking rains to many areas. By Sunday, more than 20 rivers in central and northeastern Japan had burst their banks, flooding more than 1,000 homes in cities, towns and villages and pushing the death toll higher. At one point, the government had advised nearly 8 million people to evacuate. Many ignored the advice and stayed home, but others headed to shelters. Public broadcaster NHK said some died making their way to shelters, including a 77-year-old woman who fell more than 100 feet to her death during an airlift. Go to the link in our bio to read more. (Photo by Kyodo News/AP)
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Japan dispatched tens of thousands of troops and rescue workers Sunday after a typhoon unleashed widespread flooding and left 35 people dead and 17 missing. Typhoon Hagibis, which means “speed” in the Philippine language Tagalog, tore through Tokyo and large swaths of Japan’s main island of Honshu on Saturday, bringing record-breaking rains to many areas. By Sunday, more than 20 rivers in central and northeastern Japan had burst their banks, flooding more than 1,000 homes in cities, towns and villages and pushing the death toll higher. At one point, the government had advised nearly 8 million people to evacuate. Many ignored the advice and stayed home, but others headed to shelters. Public broadcaster NHK said some died making their way to shelters, including a 77-year-old woman who fell more than 100 feet to her death during an airlift. Go to the link in our bio to read more. (Photo by Kyodo News/AP)

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Via @coveringpotus: President Trump has ordered a withdrawal of U.S. forces from northern Syria in the face of a Turkish military offensive targeting Kurdish fighters in the region, Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper said Sunday, two days after he promised that the United States was not “abandoning” its partners in the campaign against the Islamic State. Trump ordered a withdrawal of the about 1,000 U.S. troops left in northern Syria late Saturday. The president made the decision after indications that Turkey intends to expand its attack “farther south than originally planned and to the west,” Esper said, speaking on CBS News’s “Face the Nation.” Go to the link in our bio to read more. (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)
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Via @coveringpotus: President Trump has ordered a withdrawal of U.S. forces from northern Syria in the face of a Turkish military offensive targeting Kurdish fighters in the region, Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper said Sunday, two days after he promised that the United States was not “abandoning” its partners in the campaign against the Islamic State. Trump ordered a withdrawal of the about 1,000 U.S. troops left in northern Syria late Saturday. The president made the decision after indications that Turkey intends to expand its attack “farther south than originally planned and to the west,” Esper said, speaking on CBS News’s “Face the Nation.” Go to the link in our bio to read more. (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)

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Simone Biles broke the record for most world medals by any gymnast, male or female, by winning gold on the balance beam Sunday at the 2019 World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart. With nearly flawless execution of an extremely difficult routine, Biles claimed her 24th world medal that broke a tie with Vitaly Scherbo of Belarus, who set the long-standing mark of 23 in the 1990s. Biles scored a whopping 15.066 points on the afternoon’s most technically demanding routine to win gold. China’s Liu Tingting (14.433) and Li Shijia (14.300) took silver and bronze, respectively. Fellow American Kara Eaker, 16, of Grain Valley, Mo., placed fourth. Biles, 22, the reigning Olympic and five-time world champion in the prestigious all-around competition, is expected to extend her world-record mark later Sunday when she competes on floor exercise, the final event in what is likely her final world championships. Go to the link in our bio to read more. (Photo by Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters)
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Simone Biles broke the record for most world medals by any gymnast, male or female, by winning gold on the balance beam Sunday at the 2019 World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart. With nearly flawless execution of an extremely difficult routine, Biles claimed her 24th world medal that broke a tie with Vitaly Scherbo of Belarus, who set the long-standing mark of 23 in the 1990s. Biles scored a whopping 15.066 points on the afternoon’s most technically demanding routine to win gold. China’s Liu Tingting (14.433) and Li Shijia (14.300) took silver and bronze, respectively. Fellow American Kara Eaker, 16, of Grain Valley, Mo., placed fourth. Biles, 22, the reigning Olympic and five-time world champion in the prestigious all-around competition, is expected to extend her world-record mark later Sunday when she competes on floor exercise, the final event in what is likely her final world championships. Go to the link in our bio to read more. (Photo by Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters)

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Via @coveringpotus: President Trump defended his personal attorney Rudolph W. Giuliani on Saturday amid reports that federal prosecutors are investigating whether the former New York City mayor broke lobbying laws in his efforts to oust the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yavonovitch.⁠⁠“So now they are after the legendary ‘crime buster’ and greatest Mayor in the history of NYC, Rudy Giuliani,” Trump tweeted. “He may seem a little rough around the edges sometimes, but he is also a great guy and wonderful lawyer.”⁠⁠In defending Giuliani, Trump revived one of his recurring conspiracy theories that a “Deep State” of entrenched bureaucrats and law enforcement officers are continuing to undermine him and his associates. “Such a one sided Witch Hunt going on in USA. Deep State. Shameful!” he said.⁠⁠Click the link in our bio to read more.⁠⁠(Photo by Peter Foley/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)⁠
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Via @coveringpotus: President Trump defended his personal attorney Rudolph W. Giuliani on Saturday amid reports that federal prosecutors are investigating whether the former New York City mayor broke lobbying laws in his efforts to oust the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yavonovitch.⁠ ⁠ “So now they are after the legendary ‘crime buster’ and greatest Mayor in the history of NYC, Rudy Giuliani,” Trump tweeted. “He may seem a little rough around the edges sometimes, but he is also a great guy and wonderful lawyer.”⁠ ⁠ In defending Giuliani, Trump revived one of his recurring conspiracy theories that a “Deep State” of entrenched bureaucrats and law enforcement officers are continuing to undermine him and his associates. “Such a one sided Witch Hunt going on in USA. Deep State. Shameful!” he said.⁠ ⁠ Click the link in our bio to read more.⁠ ⁠ (Photo by Peter Foley/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)⁠

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High winds and record-breaking rains battered Tokyo and large swaths of central Japan on Saturday evening, forcing the government to issue its highest level of emergency rainfall warnings and advise nearly 8 million people to evacuate their homes to avoid landslides and flooding.⁠⁠Life in the capital had ground to a halt even before Typhoon Hagibis made landfall just before 7 p.m. local time on the Izu Peninsula southwest of the capital, with public transport suspended, shops shuttered and the streets empty.⁠⁠Now, it menaces one of the world’s most densely populated urban areas, with rivers in and around the Greater Tokyo metropolitan area already close to bursting, and authorities forced to begin releasing water from a dam west of the capital.⁠⁠Read the full story, click the link in our bio.⁠⁠(Photo by Franck Robichon/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)
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High winds and record-breaking rains battered Tokyo and large swaths of central Japan on Saturday evening, forcing the government to issue its highest level of emergency rainfall warnings and advise nearly 8 million people to evacuate their homes to avoid landslides and flooding.⁠ ⁠ Life in the capital had ground to a halt even before Typhoon Hagibis made landfall just before 7 p.m. local time on the Izu Peninsula southwest of the capital, with public transport suspended, shops shuttered and the streets empty.⁠ ⁠ Now, it menaces one of the world’s most densely populated urban areas, with rivers in and around the Greater Tokyo metropolitan area already close to bursting, and authorities forced to begin releasing water from a dam west of the capital.⁠ ⁠ Read the full story, click the link in our bio.⁠ ⁠ (Photo by Franck Robichon/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)

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Shepard Smith, one of Fox News’ leading anchors and a frequent critic of President Trump, will step down from the network, effective immediately, the network announced Friday. Smith said the decision to leave was his own, but gave no further reason for stepping down. The chief news anchor has been at Fox News since its founding 23 years ago, and was one of the first people hired for its launch in 1996. Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by Richard Drew/AP)
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Shepard Smith, one of Fox News’ leading anchors and a frequent critic of President Trump, will step down from the network, effective immediately, the network announced Friday. Smith said the decision to leave was his own, but gave no further reason for stepping down. The chief news anchor has been at Fox News since its founding 23 years ago, and was one of the first people hired for its launch in 1996. Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by Richard Drew/AP)

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Follow ➡️ @coveringpotus ➡️ President Trump’s propensity to mislead and misconstrue information is escalating as he confronts the threat of becoming just the third president in U.S. history to be impeached. For days, Trump and his allies have repeatedly charged that the whistleblower made up a “false story,” even though many of the claims have been shown to be accurate. The president has also insisted that his top Democratic and Republican critics on Capitol Hill should be impeached for their efforts against him, despite a centuries-old precedent that prevents such an action. While Trump has long been accused of spreading falsehoods or distorting the truth to defend or promote himself, observers told The Post this behavior has been amplified in recent weeks as the impeachment inquiry moves forward. Now, Trump’s mischaracterizations threaten to overshadow political and tactical arguments that could potentially put Democrats on the defensive and help his case. But the president has shown no signs of letting up. Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by @jabinbotsford/The Washington Post)
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Follow ➡️ @coveringpotus ➡️ President Trump’s propensity to mislead and misconstrue information is escalating as he confronts the threat of becoming just the third president in U.S. history to be impeached. For days, Trump and his allies have repeatedly charged that the whistleblower made up a “false story,” even though many of the claims have been shown to be accurate. The president has also insisted that his top Democratic and Republican critics on Capitol Hill should be impeached for their efforts against him, despite a centuries-old precedent that prevents such an action. While Trump has long been accused of spreading falsehoods or distorting the truth to defend or promote himself, observers told The Post this behavior has been amplified in recent weeks as the impeachment inquiry moves forward. Now, Trump’s mischaracterizations threaten to overshadow political and tactical arguments that could potentially put Democrats on the defensive and help his case. But the president has shown no signs of letting up. Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by @jabinbotsford/The Washington Post)

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Ronan Farrow can tell you what it’s like to be tailed, surveilled and tracked by people with possibly sinister motives. For part of 2017, the investigative reporter nervously eyed suspicious-looking vehicles, spent nights in friends’ apartments and took evasive maneuvers, such as walking against traffic to foil anyone following him in a car. Farrow’s new memoir, “Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators,” mentions a few of these moments during his pursuit of allegations of sexual predation against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. As Farrow recounts, Weinstein arrayed not just some big legal guns to thwart him and other reporters, but a host of black-ops characters. “I don’t want this to sound like woe is me, but I’ll be honest,” Farrow says. “It’s really hard when you’re in those moments . . . when you wonder if you’re being followed, and it turns out you are, it’s frightening.” Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by Mary Inhea Kang for The Washington Post)
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Ronan Farrow can tell you what it’s like to be tailed, surveilled and tracked by people with possibly sinister motives. For part of 2017, the investigative reporter nervously eyed suspicious-looking vehicles, spent nights in friends’ apartments and took evasive maneuvers, such as walking against traffic to foil anyone following him in a car. Farrow’s new memoir, “Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators,” mentions a few of these moments during his pursuit of allegations of sexual predation against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. As Farrow recounts, Weinstein arrayed not just some big legal guns to thwart him and other reporters, but a host of black-ops characters. “I don’t want this to sound like woe is me, but I’ll be honest,” Farrow says. “It’s really hard when you’re in those moments . . . when you wonder if you’re being followed, and it turns out you are, it’s frightening.” Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by Mary Inhea Kang for The Washington Post)

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A wildfire sweeping through Los Angeles County has prompted mandatory evacuation orders for more than 100,000 people and destroyed multiple homes, authorities said. The brush fire grew quickly and exploded early Friday, from 1,600 acres just after 2 a.m. to more than 4,600 acres by 3:30 a.m. local time. No injuries have been reported so far in the fire, which started in the San Fernando Valley’s Sylmar neighborhood. Read more by clicking the link in our bio.
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A wildfire sweeping through Los Angeles County has prompted mandatory evacuation orders for more than 100,000 people and destroyed multiple homes, authorities said. The brush fire grew quickly and exploded early Friday, from 1,600 acres just after 2 a.m. to more than 4,600 acres by 3:30 a.m. local time. No injuries have been reported so far in the fire, which started in the San Fernando Valley’s Sylmar neighborhood. Read more by clicking the link in our bio.

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President Trump singled out Rep. Ilhan Omar Thursday night during his campaign rally in her home district of Minneapolis. “How the hell did that ever happen?” he said of Omar's election, adding: “Congresswoman Omar is an America-hating socialist" and calling her a "disgrace." While Trump talked about Omar, images of her in a headscarf flashed on the arena’s screens. Trump then widened his attacks to target Somali refugees in Minnesota, a group that includes Omar, a naturalized U.S. citizen. “Leaders in Washington brought large numbers of refugees to your state from Somalia,” Trump said, at which point a sizable portion of the crowd booed, “without considering the impact on schools and communities and taxpayers.” Minnesota is home to the largest concentration of Somali immigrants of any state — accounting for about 1 percent of the state’s population. Follow @coveringpotus for more.
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President Trump singled out Rep. Ilhan Omar Thursday night during his campaign rally in her home district of Minneapolis. “How the hell did that ever happen?” he said of Omar's election, adding: “Congresswoman Omar is an America-hating socialist" and calling her a "disgrace." While Trump talked about Omar, images of her in a headscarf flashed on the arena’s screens. Trump then widened his attacks to target Somali refugees in Minnesota, a group that includes Omar, a naturalized U.S. citizen. “Leaders in Washington brought large numbers of refugees to your state from Somalia,” Trump said, at which point a sizable portion of the crowd booed, “without considering the impact on schools and communities and taxpayers.” Minnesota is home to the largest concentration of Somali immigrants of any state — accounting for about 1 percent of the state’s population. Follow @coveringpotus for more.

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Via @postopinions: In a Post op-ed published Thursday, 17 former Watergate special prosecutors argue that President Trump should be impeached. "President Trump has committed impeachable offenses," the write. "If a bill of impeachment comes before the Senate, we urge all members of the Senate to put aside partisan loyalties and carry out their own constitutional duties courageously and honestly." Read more by clicking the link in our bio.
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Via @postopinions: In a Post op-ed published Thursday, 17 former Watergate special prosecutors argue that President Trump should be impeached. "President Trump has committed impeachable offenses," the write. "If a bill of impeachment comes before the Senate, we urge all members of the Senate to put aside partisan loyalties and carry out their own constitutional duties courageously and honestly." Read more by clicking the link in our bio.

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Via @postsports: The Washington Mystics have won their first WNBA championship, defeating the Connecticut Sun in the winner-take-all Game 5. The Mystics, who lost to Seattle in the WNBA Finals last year, capped a season in which they set a franchise record for victories and several league marks for offensive production. Follow @postsports for more. (Photo by Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)
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Via @postsports: The Washington Mystics have won their first WNBA championship, defeating the Connecticut Sun in the winner-take-all Game 5. The Mystics, who lost to Seattle in the WNBA Finals last year, capped a season in which they set a franchise record for victories and several league marks for offensive production. Follow @postsports for more. (Photo by Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)

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You already know from watching her in the WNBA Finals that LaToya Sanders of the Washington Mystics always takes the hardest defensive assignment. (The winner-take-all game is tonight.)⁠⁠But have you seen her pack a suitcase? ⁠⁠We wanted to know what a pro-athlete prioritizes given the serious time on the road. For more on packing and other tips, follow our new travel section @bytheway.
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You already know from watching her in the WNBA Finals that LaToya Sanders of the Washington Mystics always takes the hardest defensive assignment. (The winner-take-all game is tonight.)⁠ ⁠ But have you seen her pack a suitcase? ⁠ ⁠ We wanted to know what a pro-athlete prioritizes given the serious time on the road. For more on packing and other tips, follow our new travel section @bytheway.

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Climate-change protesters descended on London City Airport on Thursday, gluing themselves to the terminal building and dancing on a roof but ultimately failing to cancel flights.
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Climate-change protesters descended on London City Airport on Thursday, gluing themselves to the terminal building and dancing on a roof but ultimately failing to cancel flights.

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Simone Biles on Thursday soared to her fifth all-around World Gymnastics Championship gold medal, winning by a 2.100-point margin, the largest of her world titles. In doing so, two days after leading the U.S. women to their fifth consecutive world team championship, Biles extended her career haul of world medals to 22, including a record 16 golds. But her work is not done. She has a chance at four more medals before the competition ends. Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by Thomas Kienzle/AFP/Getty Images)
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Simone Biles on Thursday soared to her fifth all-around World Gymnastics Championship gold medal, winning by a 2.100-point margin, the largest of her world titles. In doing so, two days after leading the U.S. women to their fifth consecutive world team championship, Biles extended her career haul of world medals to 22, including a record 16 golds. But her work is not done. She has a chance at four more medals before the competition ends. Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by Thomas Kienzle/AFP/Getty Images)

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Via @postsports: With one loud swing of his bat, Howie Kendrick quieted the Dodger Stadium crowd and exorcised the Washington Nationals’ four playoff series’ worth of demons. Kendrick’s 10th-inning grand slam off reliever Joe Kelly broke a 3-3 tie and the Los Angeles Dodgers’ spirit, lifting Washington into the National League Championship Series for the first time. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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Via @postsports: With one loud swing of his bat, Howie Kendrick quieted the Dodger Stadium crowd and exorcised the Washington Nationals’ four playoff series’ worth of demons. Kendrick’s 10th-inning grand slam off reliever Joe Kelly broke a 3-3 tie and the Los Angeles Dodgers’ spirit, lifting Washington into the National League Championship Series for the first time. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

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This is what it's like in parts of Northern California as more than half a million residents have been left in the dark after power company PG&E made precautionary power cuts to avoid wildfires starting on Wednesday. The blackout is the largest in the state’s history. The outage comes as PG&E faces massive liabilities for starting the fire that killed 85 people and destroyed the town of Paradise last year. The measure has upset customers, who have been forced to close schools and make accommodations for the things in their lives that need electricity, such as refrigerated medicine.
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This is what it's like in parts of Northern California as more than half a million residents have been left in the dark after power company PG&E made precautionary power cuts to avoid wildfires starting on Wednesday. The blackout is the largest in the state’s history. The outage comes as PG&E faces massive liabilities for starting the fire that killed 85 people and destroyed the town of Paradise last year. The measure has upset customers, who have been forced to close schools and make accommodations for the things in their lives that need electricity, such as refrigerated medicine.

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With an “extreme” fire risk for parts of Northern California that is expected to shift south Thursday, a bout of strong and prolonged winds is prompting Pacific Gas & Electric 800,000 of the company's customers in 34 northern, central and coastal counties (2-plus million people) are having their power cut Wednesday, perhaps for days. As the wind threat spreads to the south, shutdowns also will affect those in the Southland. Forecasts call for gusts of warm, dry air up to 70 mph in the mountains and foothills through Friday, leading the company to concede it is better for people to lose lights, the Internet and other trappings of civilization in a “public safety power shut-off” rather than their lives. Read more by clicking the link in our bio.
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With an “extreme” fire risk for parts of Northern California that is expected to shift south Thursday, a bout of strong and prolonged winds is prompting Pacific Gas & Electric 800,000 of the company's customers in 34 northern, central and coastal counties (2-plus million people) are having their power cut Wednesday, perhaps for days. As the wind threat spreads to the south, shutdowns also will affect those in the Southland. Forecasts call for gusts of warm, dry air up to 70 mph in the mountains and foothills through Friday, leading the company to concede it is better for people to lose lights, the Internet and other trappings of civilization in a “public safety power shut-off” rather than their lives. Read more by clicking the link in our bio.

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Follow ➡️ @coveringpotus ➡️ In a campaign speech in Rochester, N.H. on Wednesday, former vice president Joe Biden condemned President Trump’s actions and declared that the president should be impeached. Biden had previously used caveats when discussing whether Trump’s behavior merited impeachment. In his remarks Wednesday, he argued that the president is endangering national security, violating democratic norms and abusing his power to get reelected. “He believes he can and will get away with anything he does,” Biden said. “We all laughed when he said he could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot someone and get away with it. It’s no joke." Read more by clicking the link in our bio.
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Follow ➡️ @coveringpotus ➡️ In a campaign speech in Rochester, N.H. on Wednesday, former vice president Joe Biden condemned President Trump’s actions and declared that the president should be impeached. Biden had previously used caveats when discussing whether Trump’s behavior merited impeachment. In his remarks Wednesday, he argued that the president is endangering national security, violating democratic norms and abusing his power to get reelected. “He believes he can and will get away with anything he does,” Biden said. “We all laughed when he said he could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot someone and get away with it. It’s no joke." Read more by clicking the link in our bio.

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Follow ➡️ @coveringpotus ➡️ President Trump on Wednesday called for the end of the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry, claiming that it was tainted by partisanship, amid tweets in which he lashed out in multiple directions. “For the good of the Country, this Witch Hunt should end now!” Trump wrote, calling the inquiry a “scam.” In another tweet, Trump took aim at the anonymous U.S. intelligence official whose complaint sparked the impeachment inquiry, writing that the whistleblower “should be exposed and properly questioned.” Trump also took fresh aim at House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, writing that he “should be Impeached for Fraud!” Read more by clicking the link in our bio.
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Follow ➡️ @coveringpotus ➡️ President Trump on Wednesday called for the end of the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry, claiming that it was tainted by partisanship, amid tweets in which he lashed out in multiple directions. “For the good of the Country, this Witch Hunt should end now!” Trump wrote, calling the inquiry a “scam.” In another tweet, Trump took aim at the anonymous U.S. intelligence official whose complaint sparked the impeachment inquiry, writing that the whistleblower “should be exposed and properly questioned.” Trump also took fresh aim at House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, writing that he “should be Impeached for Fraud!” Read more by clicking the link in our bio.

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Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Wednesday that the country's military has launched a long-expected offensive targeting U.S.-allied Syrian Kurdish fighters that have played a central role in the fight against the Islamic State militant group. The offensive, which began with airstrikes in Syrian border towns, has presented the Trump administration with a dilemma, because of the Syrian-Kurdish forces alliance with the United States. President Trump announced Sunday that he was withdrawing U.S. troops from the area that Turkey planned to invade, igniting a firestorm of criticism, with many Republican leaders denouncing Trump’s abandonment of the Kurds. Read more by clicking the link in our bio.
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Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Wednesday that the country's military has launched a long-expected offensive targeting U.S.-allied Syrian Kurdish fighters that have played a central role in the fight against the Islamic State militant group. The offensive, which began with airstrikes in Syrian border towns, has presented the Trump administration with a dilemma, because of the Syrian-Kurdish forces alliance with the United States. President Trump announced Sunday that he was withdrawing U.S. troops from the area that Turkey planned to invade, igniting a firestorm of criticism, with many Republican leaders denouncing Trump’s abandonment of the Kurds. Read more by clicking the link in our bio.

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