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Trump: Denmark’s Prime Minister’s Comments Were ‘Nasty’ — You Can’t Treat the U.S. Like They Did Under Obama

https://media.breitbart.com/media/2019/08/Trump-Speaks.jpgWednesday on the White House lawn before leaving for an event in Kentucky, President Donald Trump defended canceling his upcoming meeting with Denmark’s Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen because she said the idea of selling Greenland was “an absurd discussion.”...

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Rep. Cox (D) Pays Years-Old Debt to Employees Before Disclosure Due

California Democratic representative T.J. Cox recently paid overdue wages to three Canadian employees, settling an issue that had lingered for more than four years. If the payments had not been made, Cox would have been required to itemize them as an outstanding debt on an upcoming financial disclosure. McClatchy newspapers obtained documents showing Cox paid $58,000 to the workers on August 9th, 12th, and 13th. His latest congressional disclosure was due on August 13th. Recent Stories in Politics Continetti: Trump Administration’s Immigration Rule ‘Rectifies’ Problems Of Flores Agreement Colorado Millionaire Who Compared Gov’t Shutdown to 9/11 Fundraises for Maine Dem Federal Court: State Cannot Bind Presidential Electors “One employee was owed $11,000, another $20,000 and the last $27,000. But neither Cox nor the company paid the agreed upon amounts for years, prompting government officials to attempt to seize his property and take liens against the company’s mining assets in the Yukon territory of Canada,” the Sacramento Bee reported on Wednesday. This revelation is the latest in a string of difficulties for the freshman representative since he took office in January. He won one of the closest House races in the country — so close it wasn’t officially decided until almost a month after Election Day. The Bee said Cox declined the paper’s request for comment. In February, the city of Fresno released an audit of a nonprofit for which Cox served as treasurer,...

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Probe Shows Accuser Had No Complaints of Gen. Hyten, Called Him a ‘Nice Guy’ Even After Alleged Sex Assault

https://media.breitbart.com/media/2019/08/John-Hyten.jpgArmy Col. Kathyrn Spletstoser has accused President Trump’s nominee for vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Air Force Gen. John Hyten, of multiple instances of sexual assault during her time working for him between 2016 and 2018 at U.S. Strategic Command (Stratcom) in a bid to prevent his confirmation next...

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