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NEWS     MONDAY,  OCTOBER  15, 2018    NEWS

Middleman pleads Fifth as Republicans close in on Clinton-Justice Russia collusion conspiracy
Congressional Republicans are collecting evidence to show an extensive, election year, anti-Trump conspiracy between Hillary Clinton operatives such as Fusion GPS and Barack Obama appointees at the Justice Department and the FBI. The investigation took a new turn last week. Fusion co-founder Glenn Simpson decided to invoke the Fifth Amendment rather than testify under subpoena before a special House Republican task force. The Republicans see Mr. Simpson as the key middleman between Justice and the Clinton campaign. He orchestrated the Democrat-financed dossier on which the FBI built its early investigation of candidate Donald Trump. Republicans believe the unproven dossier, with its charge of extensive Trump-Russia collusion, is a sham perpetrated by Democrats and the press. “Glenn Simpson was an absolutely essential figure in launching the entire Russia collusion hoax,” a Republican congressional staffer told The Washington Times. Washington Times
VOA VIEW: The real conspiracy is with the Dems, Obama, Clinton and libeerals.

President Trump slams NBC News for deliberately distorting his comments about Robert E. Lee
President Trump on Sunday accused NBC News of “purposely” twisting his comments about confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and Union Gen. Ulysses Grant at a campaign rally. “NBC News has totally and purposely changed the point and meaning of my story about General Robert E Lee and General Ulysses Grant,” Mr. Trump tweeted. “Was actually a shoutout to warrior Grant and the great state in which he was born. As usual, dishonest reporting. Even mainstream media embarrassed!” At a rally in Ohio Friday night, Mr. Trump referenced the Confederate Army general as a “great general” to make the point that Grant, an Ohio native, eventually defeated a tough adversary. “Robert E. Lee was a great general, and Abraham Lincoln developed a phobia,” Mr. Trump said during the event. “He couldn’t beat Robert E. Lee. But Grant figured it out, and Grant is a great general, and Grant came from right here.” Washington Times
VOA VIEW: NBC is liberal bias trash.

Saudis reject US threats over missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi, warn oil could skyrocket
Saudi Arabia denied any involvement in the disappearance of Washington Post contributing journalist Jamal Khashoggi and warned Sunday that any sanctions against the oil-rich kingdom would be met with "greater action" and possibly exploding oil prices. "The kingdom affirms its total rejection of any threats and attempts to undermine it, whether by threatening to impose economic sanctions, using political pressures or repeating false accusations," the government said  in a statement released to Saudi media. "The Kingdom also affirms that if it receives any action, it will respond with greater action." President Donald Trump said Saudi Arabia could face "severe punishment" over Khashoggi, feared murdered after he entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2. Trump's warning dealt a gut punch to the Saudi stock market, which crashed 7 percent Sunday before recovering some of the losses to close down 3.5 percent. USA Today
VOA VIEW: Tuff talk and capable of VOA backing it up.

President Trump, in contentious '60 Minutes' interview
President Trump covered a lot of ground, but didn’t give any in a contentious “60 Minutes” interview that aired Sunday night, railing against the “dishonest media,” defending his relationships with Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un, expressing mistrust in unnamed aides and pointing out to Leslie Stahl that “I’m president and you’re not. News veteran Stahl tried to pin Trump down with a pledge not to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is in the second year of an investigation into alleged collusion between Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and Russia. "I don't pledge anything," Trump said. "But I will tell you, I have no intention of doing that. I think it's a very unfair investigation because there was no collusion of any kind." “I don't want to pledge,” he added. “Why should I pledge to you? If I pledge, I'll pledge. I don't have to pledge to you. But I have ... I have no intention of doing that." Fox


President Trump says Defense Secretary Mattis is 'sort of a Democrat' and may leave
President Donald Trump described his defense secretary as "sort of a Democrat" and said he may leave the administration after the midterm elections, in an interview airing on "60 Minutes" Sunday. "He may leave," Trump said of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, according to an interview excerpt released by CBS News. "I mean, at some point, everybody leaves. Everybody. People leave. That's Washington." The New York Times reported last month that Trump may have soured on Mattis. In addition to thinking that Mattis is a Democrat at heart, the Times said, Trump doesn't like being unfavorably compared to Mattis. USA Today
VOA VIEW: The liberal media info cannot be trusted.

Michael death toll rises to 18; searches for missing people continue
The death toll from Hurricane Michael rose to at least 18 people Sunday as searches continued for missing people in areas affected by the storm. A sixth death in Virginia related to the storm was confirmed in Charlotte County, the Virginia Department of Emergency Management said. To date, eight people in Florida, three people in North Carolina and a child in Georgia have also been reported dead. Florida Gov. Rick Scott said about 1,700 search and rescue personnel had searched 25,000 homes for missing people. UPI

Cuomo blames Trump, Republicans for violence by far-right Proud Boys
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is questioning why state Republicans would have invited the founder of the far-right group the Proud Boys to speak in Manhattan, and blamed them and President Trump for violent clashes that took place after the speech. In a conference call with reporters, the Democratic governor called the invitation to Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes to speak at the Metropolitan Republican Club a "political tactic because what they're trying to do is fire up their base" ahead of the midterm elections. "Why would the Republican Party at their main club invite the Proud Boys?" Cuomo asked. CBS
VOA VIEW: Cuomo is a a total idiot.

High energy prices threaten economic damage, but likely to continue
Expensive energy, including the prices of oil, gas and coal at "multi-year" highs, pose a threat to economic gro tth worldwide, particularly to emerging market economies that are also seeing depreciations of their currencies, the International Energy Agency said Friday. The agency showed particular concern that with peaks in both crude oil production and crude oil demand, both at nearly 100 million barrels per day, the spare capacity of the world has been reduced "to only 2 percent of global demand." UPI


Hillary Clinton says husband's affair was not an abuse of power
Hillary Clinton vehemently denied in an interview Sunday that her husband’s extramarital affair with then-White House intern Monica Lewinsky was an abuse of power and added that former President Bill Clinton was right not to resign amid a scandal that led to his impeachment on perjury and obstruction charges. “Absolutely not,” the former first lady said during the CBS "Sunday Morning" interview when asked if Bill Clinton should have stepped down. “It wasn't an abuse of power?” CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil asked. Clinton responded: “No. No.” Fox
VOA VIEW: Hillary likes to turn the facts to her sick way of thinking.

Trump to tour Michael-ravaged areas of Florida and Georgia
Upon touring the damage in several towns along Florida's Panhandle, Federal Emergency Management Agency chief Brock Long called the destruction left by Hurricane Michael some of the worst he'd ever seen. On Monday, President Trump plans to visit Florida and Georgia and see the recovery effort for himself. Mr. Trump declared a state of emergency for Georgia late Sunday. In hurricane-flattened Mexico Beach, crews with backhoes and other heavy equipment scooped up splintered boards, broken glass, chunks of asphalt and other debris Sunday. Mayor Al Cathey held out hope for the 250 or so residents who may have tried to ride out the storm. He said search-and-rescue teams in the beach town had already combed areas with the worst damage. "If we lose only one life, to me that's going to be a miracle," Cathey said.
The death toll from Michael's destructive march from Florida to Virginia stood at 19, with just one confirmed death so far in this town of about 1,000 people that took a direct hit from the hurricane and its 155 mph winds last week. CBS

Has the White House kept loopholes in tax reform to benefit the Trump family?
MSNBC Legal Analyst Nick Akerman and Republican Strategist Shermichael Singleton disagree over whether Congress or the Trump administration are responsible for Jared Kushner's low tax bills. MSNBC
VOA VIEW: Liberal political bias.

JP Morgan and Ford cancel plans for Saudi investor event
JP Morgan & Chase Co (JPM.N) Chief Executive Jamie Dimon and Ford Motor Co (F.N) Chairman Bill Ford canceled plans to attend a Saudi investor conference, the companies said on Sunday, the latest such high-profile announcements after the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The cancellations could add pressure on other U.S. firms like Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N), Mastercard Inc (MA.N) and Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) to reconsider their plans to attend the investor event. Reuters

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Patriot Prayer rally in Portland turns bloody; American flag saved from flames
Members of opposing groups violently clashed in downtown Portland, Ore., on Saturday night during an event that was billed as a march for “law and order.” Participants with the conservative Patriot Prayer group and counter-demonstrators with Antifa got into a bloody melee outside a popular bar where members on both sides used bear spray, fists and batons to beat each other, the Oregonian reported. Police fired pepper balls and other non-lethal impact munitions to break up the brawls and there were no immediate reports of arrests. Earlier in the evening, police reported seeing participants from both groups with hard-knuckle gloves, knives and firearms. No weapons were reported seized. Authorities said four people received medical attention, but it was not known if any were taken to a hospital. Fox

'You tell me': China ambassador stumped on who aids Trump on trade
China’s ambassador to the US said on Sunday he and other diplomats in Washington did not know which advisers Donald Trump turns to when forming policy on trade.
Cui Tiankai was asked on Fox News Sunday if he thought the president is guided by moderates or hardliners. “You tell me,” he replied. “Honestly, I’ve been talking to ambassadors of other countries in Washington DC and this is also part of their problem.” Diplomats, Cui said, “don’t know who is the final decision-maker. Of course, presumably, the president will take the final decision. But who is playing what role? Sometimes it could be very confusing.” Guardian
VOA VIEW: Trump is his own man.

U.S. intelligence watchdog says it will encourage whistleblowers to come forward
The U.S. National Security Agency’s top oversight official, Robert Storch, is working to repair the spy agency’s reputation with whistleblowers in an effort to encourage staff to report wrongdoing internally, rather than go public. “It’s really important we encourage whistleblowers to come forward and that they feel comfortable doing so and if there are allegations of reprisal then we take that very seriously,” Storch said in an interview with Reuters last week. The spy agency has experienced a series of embarrassing leaks over the past five years, beginning with Edward Snowden’s 2013 high-profile exposure of secret NSA surveillance programs. Reuters


US treasury secretary wavers over Saudi trip after Khashoggi disappearance
US treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin on Sunday was second-guessing his stated intention to attend an economic conference in Saudi Arabia, following the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Mnuchin’s wavering, which was reported by White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow, was part of an ambivalent response by the Trump administration to claims by Turkish officials that a team of Saudi assassins killed and dismembered Khashoggi. Guardian

Turkey says joint ‘inspection’ planned at Saudi Consulate
Turkey and Saudi Arabia are expected to conduct a joint "inspection" on Monday of the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, nearly two weeks after the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, Turkish officials said. The announcement from an official at Turkey's Foreign Ministry comes as international concern continues to grow over the writer who vanished on a visit to the consulate on Oct. 2. American lawmakers have threatened tough punitive action against the Saudis, and Germany, France and Britain jointly called for a "credible investigation" into Khashoggi's disappearance. The Foreign Ministry official spoke on condition of anonymity in line with government regulations. Charlotte Observer
VOA VIEW: Time will tell.

Rubio: America's 'moral credibility' at stake in response to missing journalist
The Florida GOP Senator said Congress will respond strongly if Saudi involvement is proven. Sen. Marco Rubio warned Sunday that America's "moral credibility" is at risk if it fails in its response to suspected Saudi involvement in the disappearance and possible killing of a Washington Post columnist in Turkey. Appearing on "Meet the Press" Sunday, the Florida Republican said that if Saudi involvement is proven, the response must be strong and swift to ensure America's moral standing. MSNBC

Trump hits message of Democrats as "angry mob" at Kentucky rally
President Trump hit Democrats as an "angry mob" while heaping praise on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell while at a rally Saturday night in McConnell's home state of Kentucky. Mr. Trump's rally is in support of Republican Rep. Andy Barr, who is facing a tough re-election battle against Democrat Amy McGrath. Mr. Trump categorized voting in the midterm elections as "you can vote for Democrat mob rule or you an vote for a Republican party that stands proudly for law and order, fairness, freedom and justice." In the last few weeks of the 2018 midterm campaign, Mr. Trump and Republicans have seized on describing Democrats as the party of an "angry mob." Mr. Trump used similar language in rallies earlier this week. CBS
VOA VIEW: No person or president has made more rallies.

Florida schools scramble to get students back in class after Hurricane Michael
Florida Panhandle officials are trying to figure out how to resume classes after Hurricane Michael damaged or destroyed many schools last week. The challenge is especially daunting in Bay County, where schools are closed until further notice, the Florida Department of Education's website said Sunday. "I would say every single school in Bay County has some type of damage, some more extensive than others," said Steve Moss, vice chairman of Bay District School Board. "Some it'll probably take weeks or months to get online. Some it will take years. "The only thing left of some of our schools ... is the foundation." CNN

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Alec Baldwin calls for ‘overthrow’ of Trump at Dem fundraiser in New Hampshire
Less than 24 hours after reprising his Emmy Award-winning parody of President Trump on “Saturday Night Live,” Alec Baldwin took aim at the president again. “In an orderly and formal way, and lawful way, we need to overthrow the government of the United States under Donald Trump,” Baldwin said Sunday night at a major fundraising dinner for New Hampshire’s Democratic Party. “I flew here this morning after doing ‘Saturday Night Live’ last night,” the actor, comedian and longtime liberal political activist told a crowd of some 800 party office-holders, candidates, officials and activists, drawing loud applause. Baldwin said his role as Trump on “SNL” wasn’t supposed to last as long as it has. Fox
VOA VIEW: Baldwin acted like a liberal biased fool.

Australia urged to evacuate offshore detainees amid widespread, acute mental distress
“In one of the various cases brought to our attention during September, a suicidal pre-teenage girl remains in Nauru despite doctors’ advice to the contrary,” UNHCR spokesperson Catherine Stubberfield told journalists in Geneva. “Medical records seen by UNHCR staff show she first doused herself in petrol, before attempting to set herself alight and pulling chunks of hair from her head.” According to UNHCR, more than 1,400 people are still being held on both islands, which have hosted Australia-bound migrants and asylum-seekers forcibly transferred there, since 2013. ? There’s no longer time for the Government of Australia to delay or find other solutions, and it’s for that reason that we’re asking people be evacuated today – Catherine Stubberfield, UNHCR ? UN

NBC issues correction after Trump’s Robert E. Lee comment
NBC News issued a correction via Twitter on Sunday after President Trump called out the network earlier for “purposely” changing the meaning of his comments about Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. “CORRECTION: An earlier tweet misidentified the general President Trump described as ‘incredible’ at a rally in Ohio. It was Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, not Gen. Robert E. Lee. An attached video clip lacked the full context for Trump’s remark,” the network said in the posting. It referred to an NBC tweet posted on Friday during a Trump rally in Lebanon, Ohio, when he was celebrating historical figures from the Buckeye State. New York Post
VOA VIEW: NBC has to eat their own liberal bias.

Ronna McDaniel agrees to stay on as head of RNC through 2020 election
Ronna McDaniel, the chair of the Republican National Committee, accepted an offer by President Donald Trump to stay in her role through the 2020 election, a source tells CNN. Trump asked McDaniel last week to serve another term, officials told CNN. He told aides he wants a woman to lead the GOP into his re-election year with the party trying to combat a gender gap and win over women voters. He also likes her leadership of the committee and fundraising efforts. McDaniel has overseen a fundraising boom for Republicans. Earlier this year, the committee eclipsed the $200 million mark in money raised, the fastest the RNC has ever reached that milestone in a midterm year. CNN

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UN chief condemns deadly attacks in Afghanistan
In a statement by his spokesperson, Mr. Guterres underscored that deliberate targeting of civilians is a violation of international humanitarian law. “In the run up to the parliamentary elections on 20 October, the Secretary-General urges all parties to ensure a peaceful and orderly electoral process by creating a safe environment for political candidates to campaign and for citizens to exercise their right to assemble and vote,” added the statement. According to media reports, at least 22 people died and more than 35 wounded when a bomb went off at an election campaign rally in Takhar province in north-eastern Afghanistan on Saturday, and at least two individuals, including a child, were killed in a separate attack on a candidate’s office in Herat, western Afghanistan. In the statement, the UN chief also extended his deepest sympathies to the families of those killed and wished a speedy recovery to the injured. UN

Trump: ‘I have no intention’ of shutting down Mueller probe
President Trump refused to “pledge” that he would not shut down special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, doubling down on his claims that he didn’t engage in any collusion with the Kremlin. “I don’t pledge anything. But I will tell you, I have no intention of doing that. I think it’s a very unfair investigation because there was no collusion of any kind,” Trump told CBS’ “60 Minutes” in an interview that aired Sunday. Pressed by the news show’s correspondent Lesley Stahl, Trump was adamant there was no collusion. “I don’t want to pledge. Why should I pledge to you? If I pledge, I’ll pledge. I don’t have to pledge to you. But I have no intention of doing that,” he said. New York Post
VOA VIEW: 60 Minutes put their own bias in check.

'Hamilton' star becomes the face of voter ID card drive for Puerto Rico’s displaced Maria survivors
Javier Munoz is on a mission. The former star of hit Broadway musical “Hamilton” is trying to get people the identification cards they need to vote this November. As the U.S. fast approaches the November midterm elections, Munoz is now the face of a 60-second video in English and Spanish created by an organization called Spread the Vote, which helps people get the photo ID required to vote in certain states. “It is a huge opportunity for the Latinx community, to have their voices heard, especially in response to hurricane Maria and how that affected each and every life on that island,” Munoz told ABC News. Nearly 200,000 Puerto Ricans left after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island in Sept. 2017, the majority of them moving to Florida. ABC

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