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Meghan Markle’s nephew busted for bringing knife into London club after Trump warned city was a ‘war zone’

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Meghan Markle’s nephew brought a knife to a London club after Donald Trump said the city was like a “war zone” ahead of his aunt’s royal wedding.

The Sun reported that Markle’s nephew, 25-year-old Oregonian cannabis farmer Tyler Dooley, willingly forfeited the four-inch blade to the bouncer at Bacchus, a bar in the city’s Kingston neighborhood — but fled when he was alerted that police had been called.

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“I just brought it because Donald Trump said London was like a war zone,” Dooley told a Bacchus patron. “I had it for protection.”

Earlier this month, Trump told a crowd at the National Rifle Association convention that he’d heard a London hospital was like a “war zone” in spite of the United Kingdom’s tough gun laws because there are so many stabbings in the city.

Dooley was in London with his mother and brother in spite of not being invited to the royal wedding.


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Here are the specific charges Trump could face if the whistleblower report reaches prosecutors

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The exploding Ukrainian whistleblower scandal could once again throw President Donald Trump into legal turmoil, wrote former federal prosecutor Barbara McQuade for The Daily Beast on Saturday.

Specifically, she argued, prosecutors could theoretically charge the president under federal bribery and extortion laws, based on the facts laid out by recent reporting.

"The facts here still need to be fleshed out, but the gist is easy enough to understand," wrote McQuade. "Trump allegedly has demanded that Ukraine launch an investigation into Biden if it wants to receive the military aid that has already been promised. If true, this conduct would be a classic abuse of power that is considered criminal when committed by a public official."

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Cory Booker planning to suspend his campaign if his fundraising does not improve: report

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On Saturday, NBC News reported that Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) has released a campaign memo indicating he will exit the Democratic presidential primary if he is unable to raise millions of dollars within days.

"Without a fundraising surge to close out this quarter, we do not see a legitimate long-term path forward," wrote campaign manager Addisu Demissie in the memo to staff ersand supporters. "The next 10 days will determine whether Cory Booker can stay in this race."

The memo added that it is likely that only four candidates presently have enough money to stay in the race for the long haul. These candidates are likely former Vice President Joe Biden, Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT), and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who report the largest fundraising hauls.

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Trump snarls at press for pursuing Ukraine phone call complaint instead of reporting on debunked Biden story

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Donald Trump lashed out at the media for pursuing the story of a suppressed inspector general's report that he may have made an illegal promise to the president of Ukraine, saying they should be investigating former Vice President Joe Biden instead.

Taking to Twitter, the president wrote: "The Fake News Media and their partner, the Democrat Party, want to stay as far away as possible from the Joe Biden demand that the Ukrainian Government fire a prosecutor who was investigating his son, or they won’t get a very large amount of U.S. money, so they fabricate a..... story about me and a perfectly fine and routine conversation I had with the new President of the Ukraine. Nothing was said that was in any way wrong, but Biden’s demand, on the other hand, was a complete and total disaster. The Fake News knows this but doesn’t want to report!"

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