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Fourth Ohio State wrestler comes forward to say Republican Jim Jordan knew about sex abuse: report

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A fourth Ohio State University wrestler has come forward to say Republican Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) knew about sex abuse, MSNBC reports.

In the mid-90s, Jordan was an assistant coach at Ohio State when a wrestler named Shawn Dailey says he was groped by Dr. Richard Strauss.

Jordan has denied knowing about the abuse and has been supported by President Trump, who says he supports the congressman.

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Trump accused of being ‘complicit’ with Russians in their latest ‘act of war’ against US elections

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Appearing on MSNBC, GOP campaign consultant Steve Schmidt lambasted Donald Trump for his furious reaction to intelligence officials briefing members of Congress on continuing Russian involvement in U.S. elections, saying the president is -- once again -- "abusing his power."

Speaking with host Chris Matthews, Schmidt harshly condemned the president after stating, "What this is is an attack on the USA by a hostile foreign power, an attack on our elections."

"Well, I think we're in a very serious place right now, Chris, since his [Trump's] acquittal by the Senate, " Schmidt began. "Donald Trump has been unrestrained with his abuse of power. He is eviscerating the rule of law with his constant interference with the Department of Justice, he appointed a political crony, someone with no experience, someone who is clearly not qualified, not competent to the task of being the highest-ranking intelligence officer in the country."

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Comedian claims racial profiling after border agents pulled him off a bus and detained him: lawsuit

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Comedian Mohanad Elshieky, who originally hails from Libya, is suing the United States government after U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents pulled him off a bus and questioned his legal status.

The Los Angeles Times reports that Elshieky was pulled off a bus by agents in Spokane, Washington and grilled over his employment and residency documents, despite the fact that he was granted asylum in 2018 and is in the process of applying for long-term permanent residency.

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Trump stirs up racist resentment against foreign films because ‘America’s not white anymore’: columnist

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President Donald Trump tossed racist scraps of red meat at his rally crowd Thursday night in Colorado Springs with a screed against the Academy Awards.

The president complained that Best Picture winner "Parasite" came from South Korea, and reminisced about 1939's "Gone With The Wind," an idealized drama about the antebellum South -- and his intentions could not have been more clear, wrote Rolling Stone's Ryan Bort.

“How bad were the Academy Awards this year? Did you see?” Trump said at the rally. “And the winner is -- a movie from South Korea. What the hell was that all about? We’ve got enough problems with South Korea, with trade. On top of it they give them the best movie of the year. Was it good? I don’t know.”

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