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Jorge Ramos detained by Venezuela President Nicholas Maduro during interview: ‘He didn’t like the questions’

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Venezuela has informed a team of six Univision journalists, including anchor Jorge Ramos, that it is deporting them on Tuesday after their interview with President Nicolas Maduro, Ramos told Reuters.

Ramos said he was held for more than two hours in the Miraflores palace after Maduro said he did not like the questions they asked him.

Venezuelan Information Minister Jorge Rodriguez accused Univision on Twitter of staging a “cheap show.”

Reporting by Sarah Marsh; Editing by Paul Tait

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Trump appoints disgraced ex-GOP Gov Scott Walker to oversee scholars at the Smithsonian Institution

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President Donald Trump has appointed former Republican Gov. Scott Walker to an administration position following his defeat for re-election during the 2018 midterm elections.

As governor, Walker sought to drastically cut funding for the University of Wisconsin system. He was even caught trying to remove "the search for truth" from the guiding principles of the state's university system.

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Democrat moves to impeach Trump immediately following House condemning president’s racism

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Immediately following the House of Representatives voting to condemn racist remarks by President Donald Trump, a Democrat introduced a privileged motion to impeach the president.

Rep. Al Green (D-TX) gave an impassioned speech to begin impeachment proceedings for Trump committing high crimes and misdemeanors.

"Therefore, Donald John Trump, by causing such harm to the society of the United States, is unfit to be president and warrants impeachment, trial and removal from office," he said.

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Trump ‘reached into the Genesis chapter of the bigot’s bible’ to attack the Squad: journalist

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On Tuesday, journalist Jamil Smith wrote a column scorching President Donald Trump's attacks on "The Squad," as an act of utmost bigotry — and narcissism.

"Trump would surely love to run against these four women in 2020 rather than an actual opponent, positioning them all as racial bogeymen," wrote Smith. "It's a royal flush for his racist campaign: two black women, including one who wears a hijab and is a Somali refugee; a boricua from the Bronx; and a first-generation Palestinian-American from Detroit."

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