After promising a transcript of a controversial call between Trump and Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, the White House today released a summary offering details of the conversation but specifically disclaimed as "not a verbatim transcript". The call was exposed by a still-secret whistleblower complaint, but it was understood Trump asked Zelensky to launch an investigation into Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. He repeatedly did so, according to the summary, which also implicates Attorney General William Barr and Trump gofer Rudy Giuliani in the plan.
It's probably just there to show that Trump didn't finish his sentence, but what a spot to put ellipsis:
The White House Counsel’s “crazy, ranty” legal nastygram to House Leader Nancy Pelosi over impeachment was, Noah Shachtman writes, crafted by Trump himself. Asawin Suebsaeng and Sam Stein, at the Daily Beast: Trump had also privately consulted on the letter with Rudy Giuliani, his notably pugnacious personal lawyer who is at the center of the […]
Jorge Luis Escandón Hernández was elected mayor of Las Margaritas, Chiapas after he promised to repair city's rural roads, in a chaotic campaign that included accusations of a "brawl" with his opponent's supporters.
This morning I posted that Facebook and Twitter have taken the position that they will accept political ads that contain lies because they don’t feel it’s in their best interest to fact check claims made in the ads. Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren put Facebook to the test by running an ad on Facebook falsely claiming […]
There are a lot of different language apps out there because nobody learns anything the same exact way – especially not something as complex as a new language. For some people, the best way is to dive in and start talking, but that’s easier said than done if you’re not around those natives you aspire […]
There’s movie merch and then there are artifacts – one-of-a-kind items for the true fans only. These 11 items definitely fall into the latter category. We’ve unearthed movie art, props and other fan touchstones from the major nerd franchises of the last 50 years. Gaze upon these Star Wars and Marvel collectibles and don’t worry. […]
No matter what kind of office you work at, there’s probably an Excel expert in it. And no wonder: Businesses are still discovering uses for one of Microsoft’s flagship software suites beyond just bare-bones spreadsheets. Make October the month you become invaluable at work by taking one of these boot camps in Excel and its […]