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Shooting victims count reaches 30 after wounded man dies in El Paso hospital

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A man wounded in the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas died in the hospital on Monday.

Less than two days after the shooting at a Walmart that killed 20, El Paso police announced that another man has died from his wounds.

“Sad to report that the number of fatalities increased by one,” the police department wrote on Twitter. “Victim passed early this morning at the hospital.”

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In all, 30 victims have been reported dead because of two mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio that happened over the weekend.


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‘A complete sham’: Anger grows over report GOP senators met with Trump to map out ‘rigged’ impeachment trial

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News from The Washington Post that top White House officials held a clandestine meeting Thursday with Republican Senators to map out a plan to limit the Senate impeachment trial while President Trump has been secretly "courting" Senate Republicans in an effort to gauge and gain their loyalty has many angered and alarmed.

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What did the vice president know? Don’t fall for Mike Pence’s non-denial denials

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“Everyone was in the loop,” Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the EU, told Congress on Wednesday. As he made clear, that very much included Vice President Mike Pence.

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Sondland’s testimony that he had informed Pence about Trump’s Ukranian squeeze – and that Pence simply responded with a nod — elicited what at first glance appeared to be denials from Pence’s office, but really weren’t.

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Are Republicans preparing to cut Rudy Giuliani loose to save Trump?

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Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani lashed out at Republican impeachment counsel Steve Castor over his questions to European Union Ambassador Gordon Sondland as Republican lawmakers signaled that they may point the finger at the former New York City mayor to help President Donald Trump.

Sondland testified Wednesday that he and other administration officials were unhappy that Trump directed them to work with Giuliani to pressure Ukraine into investigating former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, and said Giuliani pushed for what Sondland described as a “quid pro quo.”

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