Sunday, October 11, 2020

White House News (白宮消息) | Oct 12, 2020

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Donald Trump on Sunday morning promised 'breathtaking' new revelations were imminent relating to the investigation into Russian support of his 2016 election campaign. Earlier in the week the president said he had authorized the declassification of all documents in connection with the probe, which ultimately sparked the Mueller investigation. Trump has demanded, with increasing urgency, the prosecution and jailing of those involved.

'We caught them cold, we have them cold': Trump promises 'breathtaking' new documents about Mueller's Russia probe will be released that 'prove Obama campaign and Hillary Clinton tried to set him up'


Oct. 12 - President Donald Trump promised on Sunday that 'breathtaking' new documents would soon be made public, relating to the events leading up to the Mueller probe.
Trump has already vowed to declassify all information surrounding the investigation into the Trump campaign's relationship with Russia.

On Sunday the president told Fox News' Maria Bartiromo that the documents proved the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton had tried to set him up.     more details

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PBS NewsHour Weekend Full Episode October 11, 2020
Oct 12, 2020
On this edition for Sunday, October 11, President Trump says he is clear to hit the campaign trail, confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett are set to begin, and how a mobile truck is helping social workers reach out to people in need during the pandemic.


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The future of American terror
Oct. 12, 2020

The FBI announced terrorism charges on Thursday against an anti-government militia group for plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D). Now, University of Michigan professor Alexandra Minna Stern says that politically motivated violence may only get worse.
  • Plus, the debate around whether another presidential debate will or won't happen.
  • And, sports betting is one industry thriving during the pandemic.
Guests: Axios' Hans Nichols, Kendall Baker and University of Michigan professor Alexandra Minna Stern.
Credits: "Axios Today" is produced in partnership with Pushkin Industries. The team includes Niala Boodhoo, Carol Wu, Cara Shillenn, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Dan Bobkoff, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Alex Sugiura and Naomi Shavin. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at 
podcasts@axios.com.

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