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Trump says House has votes to indict, but believes Senate Republicans will relieve him

But even as Trump prided himself on protecting a "very unified" Republican Party that would protect him from condemnation, some Republicans publicly broke their ranks with him on Friday. At least two GOP senators and one former government official expressed concern over Trump's efforts to encourage foreign governments to crack down on former vice president and Democratic presidential candidate Joe …

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According to the poll, the votes are distributed evenly over impeachment / impeachment

A new survey shows that American voters are evenly divided – 47 percent to 47 percent – over whether President Trump should be charged with the Ukraine controversy and removed from office. Quinnipiac University National Survey Results Published On Monday, a 20-point gap was closed against the impeachment of the President in Quinnipiac's survey conducted a week ago. In the …

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America at UN & # 39; isolated & # 39; For most votes, the General Assembly collapses with the US

As President Trump prepares to speak at the United Nations General Assembly this week, a new State Department report shows that more than two-thirds of the world organization does not agree with US interests, which is likely to raise further concerns at Trump causes administration over the organization and America's financial commitment to it. "The United States remains diplomatically isolated …

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The election result in Israel is too short to end votes

Image copyright Reuters Caption Ending surveys suggest that Benjamin Netanyahu or Benny Gantz have no clear path to government Polls for Israel's second parliamentary election in five months suggest that the outcome is too close. Former military chief Benny Gantz's centrist blue-and-white coalition is expected to hold between 32 and 34 seats, and Premier Benjamin will win Netanyahu's right-wing Likud …

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The law professor leads with more than half of the votes in Tunisia

Kais Saied, a professor of constitutional law without a party, kisses the national flag after hearing the unofficial results of the presidential election on Sunday, September 15, 2019. An imprisoned media magnate and an independent outsider were likely to face Tunisia's presidential election following a roller coaster race in the country's first round that triggered the pro-democracy riots of the …

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Democratic National Committee votes against virtual assembly in 2020

The move means that Iowa, which envisaged only the telephone vote to uphold the Democratic Party's rules on extending electoral law in the Caucus states, is in a particularly difficult situation. Nevada's plans Including early personal voting, which means that the committee could view the state's plan without this element as compliant. Last week, DNC Chairman Tom Perez made a …

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Trump claims Google manipulated votes after internal documents leaked

President Donald Trump speaks during a rally at the SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire, on August 15, 2019. Nicholas Kamm | AFP | Getty Images President Donald Trump claimed on Twitter that Google had "manipulated" votes in the 2016 election that gave him an even greater lead over his opponent and that the company "should be sued". Trump's tweet …

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DJ delivers questionable sub-zero votes for Mortal Kombat 11

The Belgian DJ Dimitri Vegas released his original track for Mortal Kombat 11. In addition to the original track Vegas also debuted a skin for Sub-Zero in MK 11, which was created on his model If that were not enough, the DJ would have too provided the entire voice line for the skin. Sub-Zero is voiced in MK 11 by …

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FCC votes against spoofing of caller IDs overseas

OAN Newsroom UPDATED 9:11 PT – Friday, August 2, 2019 The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expanding its efforts to combat robocalls and spoofing overseas. The regulator agreed on Thursday to extend the ban on calls from abroad using false caller information for malicious purposes. The rule is designed to encourage US phone companies to block suspicious call traffic from …

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Big East votes to invite UConn to re-enter

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – The presidents of the schools in the Greater East accepted on Monday an invitation to UConn to resume the conference on basketball and other sports, a source told ESPN's Jeff Borzello. UConn A meeting of the Board of Trustees is scheduled for Wednesday if the invitation is to be accepted, and an announcement from the Greater …

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