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#ImpeachBarrNow trends nationwide after 4 prosecutors resigned from Bill Barr’s DOJ case against Stone

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi was urged to start impeachment proceedings against the attorney general of the United States on Tuesday.

AG Bill Barr’s Department of Justice told a judge they were wrong to suggest that longtime Donald Trump political advisor Roger Stone should serve seven to nine years in federal prison after a tweet from President Donald Trump.

Backlash against Barr’s actions resulted in the resignations of Stone prosecutors Aaron Zelinsky, Jonathan Kravis, Adam Jed, and Michael Marando — all four of the federal prosecutors working on the case.

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Rep. Jim Jordan draws attention to Trump’s coronavirus failures in letter attacking World Health Org

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Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) dragged the Republican members of the House Oversight and Reform Committee into blaming the World Health Organization (WHO) for the slow action by the United States to combat the coronavirus crisis.

Throughout the crisis, the WHO has shied away from placing any blame on the Chinese government, which is in essence the Communist Party of China," he said in a letter. "You, as leader of the WHO, even went so far as to praise the Chinese government’s 'transparency' during the crisis, when, in fact, the regime has consistently lied to the world by underreporting their actual infection and death statistics."

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‘We’re still flying blind’: MSNBC host aghast that US has tested less than 1 percent of Americans

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Horrifying statistics were confirmed Thursday, that the United States has over 450,000 cases of coronavirus and still under 1 percent of the population has been tested.

The information came after President Donald Trump said the previous day that he was expecting to reopen the country within a few weeks. At the same time, it was revealed that Trump is pulling back the funding for the test sites. There are roughly 30,000 new cases of coronavirus daily and over 3 percent of those have been fatal.

"The so-called Community-Based Testing Sites program was intended to jumpstart initial testing capabilities to critical areas across the US, according to the agency," CNN reported. "But given FDA approval for individuals to self-administer nasal swab tests at sites, the demand for personal protective equipment and trained health care providers will be reduced, a FEMA spokesperson said in a statement."

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Judge orders unaired ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ footage turned over to plaintiffs suing Trump

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A judge has ruled that unaired footage from the reality TV show Celebrity Apprentice should be handed over to a group of entrepreneurs who say they were scammed by Donald Trump and his children who repeatedly endorsed a questionable multilevel marketing company on the show, according to a report from Bloomberg.

"Trump and his three oldest children were sued in 2018 for their roles in promoting ACN from 2005 to 2015 with Trump suggesting people could invest in the company’s desktop video phone with little or no risk," writes Bloomberg's Erik Larson. "The service was quickly eclipsed with the advent of smartphones and the plaintiffs claim they lost hundreds of thousands of dollars by putting their faith in the Trumps."

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