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NEWS     WEDNESDAY,  JUNE 20, 2018    NEWS

US Withdraws From UN Human Rights Council
Haley noted the move came after a year where “we did not see any progress.” Haley threatened the pull-out last year, citing longstanding U.S. complaints that the council showed a “chronic bias” against Israel. But the announcement also came just a day after the U.N. human rights chief denounced the Trump administration for separating migrant children from their parents. Fox
VOA VIEW: Great - it's about time.

Strzok Escorted From FBI Building!
Strzok's lawyer Aitan Goelman argued that even though his client has "played by the rules," he has been targeted by "unfounded personal attacks, political games and inappropriate information leaks." "All of this seriously calls into question the impartiality of the disciplinary process, which now appears tainted by political influence," a statement from Goelman said. Fox
VOA VIEW: Now jail - hopefully.

Trump: Must Take Kids To Prosecute Parents
President Trump said he was working to repair a damaged immigration system as he entered talks with Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill. "So the system has been broken for many years, the immigration system, it’s been a really bad, bad system," he said walking into a meeting with the House Republican conference. CNN

American CEOs Call Out Trump On His Cruel Border Policy
CEOs have started to speak against the separation of children from their families at the US border. "Separating a child from a mother or father is not political. It is inhumane," Chobani CEO Hamdi Ulukaya said in a statement on Tuesday. "I join people in Upstate New York, in Idaho and across the country in calling for children and parents to be brought and kept together, regardless of which side of the border they are on." CNN Money
VOA VIEW: Liberal fools.


Republicans Turn On Trump About Border
As President Donald Trump arrived on Capitol Hill Tuesday to talk immigration with congressional Republicans, he faced an unusually stiff headwind from his typically loyal allies: They're pushing back on him because they're worried about the effect of his policies on their electoral prospects in November. "I support, and all of the Republican conference support, a plan that keeps families together while their immigration status is determined," said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. NBC

Fox Anchor Disgusted With Fox News' Coverage Of Border Happenings
Two creators of major television shows affiliated with 21st Century Fox say they are increasingly embarrassed to work for the same company that owns Fox News, especially because of the news outlet’s favorable coverage of President Donald Trump’s policy of separating immigrant children from their parents at the U.S. border. NBC
VOA VIEW: Embarrassed is good and show leave to the liberal network.

Dow Falls 287 Points-Threats Of More Chinese Tariffs By Trump
The Dow Jones industrial average fell nearly 300 points on Tuesday as President Donald Trump threatened China with additional tariffs. The Dow was down 287.26 points, or 1.15 percent, at the close of trading Tuesday after Trump promised to impose an additional $200 billion worth of tariffs on China if it retaliates for the fiscal penalties he imposed last week. UPI

FBI May Have Modified Witness Reports
Freedom Caucus Chair Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C, also raised the possibility that the FBI misled the DOJ watchdog in an attempt to hide the identities of FBI employees who were caught sending anti-Trump messages. The House Judiciary and Oversight committees were questioning Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz over his bombshell report into FBI and DOJ misconduct during the Hillary Clinton email probe. Fox
VOA VIEW: The FBI and the FBI cannot be trusted - they are dirty.

Seoul Expects Reciprocal Act From North To Military Drill Suspensiion
South Korea expects a reciprocal action from North Korea to its recent decision to suspend a U.S.-South Korea joint military drills. "The unified defense system of South Korea and the U.S. is maintained without any setback and it will remain to be like this in the future," Defense Ministry Spokesperson Choi Hyun-soo said at a press briefing Wednesday, Yonhap reported. UPI

Tent Cities Cost Millions More Than Keeping Migrant Kids With Parents
The cost of holding migrant children who have been separated from their parents in newly created "tent cities" is $775 per person per day, according to an official at the Department of Health and Human Services — far higher than the cost of keeping children with their parents in detention centers or holding them in more permanent buildings. NBC
VOA VIEW: Liberal propganda.

A New Wave Of Meth Overloads Communities Struggling With Opioids
Principal Mary Ann Hale dreads weekends. By the time Fridays roll around, 74-year-old Hale, a principal at West Elementary School in McArthur, Ohio, is overcome with worry, wondering whether her students will survive the couple of days away from school. Too many children in this part of Ohio's Appalachian country live in unstable homes with a parent facing addiction. For years, the community has struggled with opioids. Ohio had the second-highest number of drug overdose deaths per capita in 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. NPR

Trump Vows To Stop Illegals
President Trump on Tuesday restated his support for his administration's policy of separating migrant families at the U.S. border, calling Democrats "the problem." “We must always arrest people coming into our Country illegally. Of the 12,000 children, 10,000 are being sent by their parents on a  very dangerous trip, and only 2000 are with their parents, many of whom have tried to enter our Country illegally on numerous occasions,” he wrote on Twitter. Hill

Big Banks Are Once Again Taking Risks With Complex Financial Trades
Big banks are skirting the rules on the sale of the complex financial instruments that helped bring about the 2008 financial crisis, by exploiting a loophole in federal banking regulations, a new report says. The loophole could leave Wall Street exposed to big losses, potentially requiring taxpayers to once again bail out the biggest banks, warns the report's author, Michael Greenberger, former director of trading and markets at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. NPR


The Truth About Trump Separating Families
Family separation on the border only occurs under one of the following conditions: 1) If a migrant adult falsely claims to be a parent, or 2) is a threat to the child, or 3) is charged with a crime, such as illegal entry. The Obama administration did separate families, sometimes by thousands of miles by deporting male migrants a long distance from their point of entry under the Alien Transfer Exit Program. InfoWars
VOA VIEW: Obama did much worse - liberals are making much out of nothing.

Clinton Was Never Subject Or Target Of FBI Investigation
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her aides were never a target or even a subject in the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s use of a private server, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz revealed in Senate testimony. “Nobody was listed as a subject of this [Clinton email] investigation at any point in time,” Horowitz said while testifying to the House Oversight Committee on Tuesday, adding that fact was “surprising” for a criminal probe. InfoWars

GOP Unmasks Identities Of Anti Trump FBI Agents
A House Republican Tuesday unmasked two of the five FBI investigators cited in the recently released inspector general’s report for expressing anti-Trump and pro-Clinton sentiment in work-related instant messages. The previously unnamed FBI officials — “FBI Attorney 2” and “Agent 5” — are Kevin Clinesmith and Sally Moyer, respectively, according to House Judiciary Committee member Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), who revealed their identities over the objection of the FBI during a hearing on the IG’s findings. NY Post
VOA VIEW: It's time to fire all FBI and DOJ rogue agents.

Cops Fire Rubber Bullets, Tear Gas To Disperse Crowd At XXX Tentacion Memorial
Cops fired rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse hundreds of rap fans who took over a central Los Angeles neighborhood on Tuesday to pay final respects to slain hip hop artist XXXtentacion. At least 300 people – many carrying candles or lit cell phones – filled a stretch of Melrose Avenue shortly before 8 p.m. But as time passed, some of the mourners became rowdy, climbing on to building roofs and swarming passing cars, the LA Times said. Page Six

Governors Cancel National Guard Troops On Border In Protest
In opposition to the Trump administration's practice of separating immigrant families, at least five governors, including two Republicans, say they will not send their National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border. "Until this policy of separating children from their families has been rescinded, Maryland will not deploy any National Guard resources to the border," Gov. Larry Hogan tweeted Tuesday.  NPR

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Another Resignation, WH Deputy Chief Of Staff
White House deputy chief of staff Joe Hagin, who led the U.S. advance team for President Donald Trump’s summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore, is resigning, White House officials said on Tuesday. Hagin, who plans to return to the private sector after entertaining jobs in other government agencies, will step down on July 6, the officials said. Reuters
VOA VIEW: A personal choice.

Former ICE Head: Kids May Never See Parents Again
Migrant parents separated from their kids after crossing the border may end up losing their kids for good, according to the former head of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement. “Permanent separation. It happens,” John Sandweg, who ran the agency under President Obama, told NBC News. Adults are typically deported from the US quickly while children are low priority — and may just ultimately stay in the US as wards of the state or even wind up being adopted, he explained. NY Post

Pope Criticizes Trump Policy On Migrant Family Separation
Speaking to Reuters, the Pope said he supported recent statements by U.S. Catholic bishops who called the separation of children from their parents “contrary to our Catholic values” and “immoral”. “It’s not easy, but populism is not the solution,” Francis said on Sunday night. In a rare, wide-ranging interview, the pope said he was optimistic about talks that may lead to a historic agreement over the appointment of bishops in China, and said he may accept more bishops’ resignations over a sexual abuse scandal in Chile. Reuters
VOA VIEW: The Pope should worry more about cleaning the acts committed by his priests.

Cambridge Analytica-Linked Academic Spurns Idea Facebook Swayed Election
The academic researcher who harvested personal data from Facebook for a political consultancy firm said Tuesday that the idea the data was useful in swaying voters’ decisions was “science fiction”. “People may feel angry and violated if they think their data was used in some kind of mind-control project,” Aleksandr Kogan, the now notorious Cambridge University psychologist whose app collected data on up to 87 million Facebook users, said during a US senate hearing. “This is science fiction. The data is entirely ineffective.” Guardian

Trump's Campaign Manager: Time To Fire Sessions
President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign manager tweeted Tuesday that the president should fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions and end special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.” Time to fire Sessions. End the Mueller investigation,” wrote Brad Parscale. “You can’t obstruct something that was phony against you?.? The IG report gives @realDonaldTrump the truth to end it all.” NY Post


Woman Yells 'F--k You!' At Trump As He Walks Through US Capitol
An unidentified woman was caught on tape yelling an obscenity at President Trump as he arrived at the U.S. Capitol for his Tuesday immigration meeting with the House Republican caucus. As Trump's team walked toward the office of Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., the woman can be heard yelling, "Mr. President, fuck you!" according to a video tweeted by NBC News' Frank Thorp. Washington Examiner
VOA VIEW: Liberals act like fools.

How Cyber's Forward Defense Could Backfire
In recent months, the Pentagon has begun taking a more aggressive posture in its approach to cyber conflicts, seeking to slow attacks by taking the fight to enemy networks. But experts worry that approach could escalate cyber conflicts in ways the U.S. may not be prepared to absorb. How we got here: Cyber Command, the Department of Defense's unified command for cyberwarfare, was conceived under President George W. Bush. It has been elevated in the chain of command under President Trump, who gave it increased autonomy as part of a Defense-wide effort to give the military more agility. Axios

Two Ohio Firefighters Placed On Leave after Allegedly Making Firehouse Porn
Two firefighters from Akron, Ohio, were placed on leave this week after they were caught allegedly making porn at the fire station. Officials say that Lt. Art Dean and Provisional Lt. Deann Eller were reportedly discovered filming pornographic videos by another firefighter, who reported the incident to his superiors. The pair is said to be in a long-term relationship but they were not assigned to the same station at the time of the incident. Dean works at Station 99 and Eller is assigned to Station 3, but they may have made the porn videos at Station 11, according to local reports. PJ Media

Protesters Confront DHS Secretary With Cries Of "Shame" At Mexican Restaurant
Protesters chanting “shame, shame” surrounded Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen as she dined at a Mexican restaurant in Washington, DC, to call out the Trump administration’s policy of separating families at the southern border. The protesters, members of Metro DC Democratic Socialists of America, confronted Nielsen with cries such as “end family separation” and “kids don’t eat in peace, you don’t eat in peace.” A clip of the protest at MXDC Cocina Mexicana in Washington, DC, is below: Vox
VOA VIEW: Liberal idiots.

Walgreens Will Replace General Electric On The Dow
Walgreens will replace General Electric, an original member of the index, on the Down Jones Industrial Average on June 26. Why it matters: "With its addition, the DJIA will be more representative of the consumer and health care sectors of the U.S. economy," said David Blitzer, Managing Director and Chairman of the index committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices. "Today’s change to the DJIA will make the index a better measure of the economy and the stock market." G.E.'s stock price dipped about 1.25% in after-hours trading following the news and Walgreens went up by more than 2.46%. Axios

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Iran Says No Plans To Increase Missile Range-Rejects Talks With Trump
Iran’s government again ruled out negotiations with U.S. President Donald Trump over Tehran’s military capabilities and regional influence, saying such talks would be against the values of the Islamic Republic. Trump withdrew the United States last month from the 2015 accord between Iran and world powers that curbed Tehran’s nuclear activity in exchange for sanctions relief. Reuters
VOA VIEW: Iran can make up what they want.

Christie: Zero Tolerance Border Policy Damaging To GOP, Not Worth It
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who ran for the Republican nomination in 2016, urged President Trump to abandon the “zero tolerance” policy that has led to the separation of children from their parents who were caught trying to enter the U.S. illegally at the border. Christie was asked if Trump should be using the policy as “leverage” to get Democrats to the table on immigration reform.  PJ Media

Here's What Could Happen To FBI Agents Who Took Gifts From Reporters
The Department of Justice’s inspector general is investigating a series of episodes where FBI employees received free perks from journalists. The probe is still underway, but the inquiry’s general contours are well-established, and penalties surrounding the alleged conduct will likely be rigorous, former assistant FBI director Ron Hosko told The Daily Caller News Foundation. Daily Caller
VOA VIEW: Fired is the answer.

Reporter Groped And Kissed In World Cup Live Broadcast
A gross creep brazenly groped and smooched a TV-journalist as she reported on the World Cup from Russia. Julieth Gonzalez Theran, a reporter for German TV-news channel Deutsche Welle, was broadcasting from the city of Saransk last week — before the first match even kicked off — when a man in a backward baseball hat jumped into the shot, grabbed her breast and kissed her on the cheek. WND

Minimum Wage For Waiters, Most Controversial Issue In Washington DC Primary
On Tuesday, voters in Washington, D.C. take to the polls to vote in primaries across the district. Since D.C. is a one-party state, Democrats are practically shoe-ins, and this year few incumbents face real challenges in the primaries. The most controversial issue is a ballot initiative that would raise the minimum wage — for wait staff. The nation's capital has a tiered minimum wage: $3.33 per hour for tipped staff (waiters, waitresses, busboys, and bartenders), and $11.50 for everyone else. Employers must bring the worker up to minimum wage if tips don't do the job. Initiative 77 would change that, and quite a few waiters — and more than a few local politicians — oppose it. PJ Media

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US Smoking Rate Hits Lowest Point Ever
Fewer than 14 percent of American adults smoked cigarettes in 2017, the lowest level seen since data collection started in 1965, government health officials reported Tuesday. "Certainly, it is fantastic that the U.S. smoking rates continue to drop," said Dr. Adam Lackey, chief of thoracic surgery at Staten Island University Hospital. "I suspect education is a large part of why the rates are dropping." UPI

Obama Prosecuted Nearly Half A Million Illegals
The prosecutions include both illegal immigrant violators of Title 8 of the U.S. Code 1325 and 1326 used to penalize first time and multiple offenders respectively. The DHS data further shows that the Obama administration referred on average 1 out of 5 adults apprehended at the border for criminal prosecution. Criminal prosecution of illegal immigrants has become a hot button issue in the U.S. with the Trump administration deciding it will prosecute 100% of the people who cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally. Daily Caller
VOA VIEW: Double standard for liblerals.

FBI Refusing To Allow Anti Trump Agents To Be Named
The FBI has asked the Justice Department’s office of the inspector general to withhold from Congress the names of three bureau employees found to have exchanged anti-Trump text messages, including from one attorney who worked on the special counsel’s investigation. “We went to the FBI. The FBI raised a concern because they work on counterintelligence matters, and we are working with the committee to try and get the information you’ve asked for,” Michael Horowitz, the DOJ’s inspector general, testified to Congress on Tuesday. Daily Caller

Gowdy Blasts Comey For Fixing Hillary Case
Former FBI Director James Comey took justice into his own hands, deciding which laws to follow and which to ignore, while FBI agents in a criminal investigation of the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate “prejudged” the outcome, charged House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy in his opening statement Tuesday at a congressional hearing. WND
VOA VIEW; Pitiful!

Starbucks Closing 150 Stores
Americans’ long-running joke about a Starbucks on every corner may be nearing its end. The coffee behemoth is retrenching in its home market as it contends with sales growth that Chief Executive Officer Kevin Johnson acknowledges isn’t fast enough. The cafe chain said Tuesday it expects comparable sales to rise just 1 percent globally for the current quarter—the worst performance in about nine years. That’s well below the 2.9 percent analysts were expecting, according to Consensus Metrix. WND

Trump Uses Language Of Exterminators In Attack On ‘Illegal Immigrants’
It has become commonplace to observe that the 45th president of the United States publicly uses coarse and violent language that none of his predecessors would have deployed. But it’s really, really getting out of hand, as a tweet today illustrated: "Democrats are the problem. They don’t care about crime and want illegal immigrants, no matter how bad they may be, to pour into and infest our Country, like MS-13.  NY Mag

Facebook Users Troll State Department Over Tone-deaf ‘Family Travel Hacks’ Event
Hey all you parents and guardians out there, the Department of State, with some help from the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs, hosted a helpful Facebook Live this morning with tips for traveling with children. How nice! “Family Travel Hacks,” read the Facebook event title. The event was, let’s say, well, ghoulish in light of the United States’ ongoing separation of border families, where kids are being kept in cages and are crying out so loudly for their parents, a guard described it as an “orchestra” in audio from inside one of the detention centers. NY Mag

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