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Trump Admin Officials Line Up To Testify About Giuliani And Pals

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A bevy of current and former Trump administration officials have come forward to testify against the president.
They claim President Donald Trump used Rudy Giuliani and others to gut and politicize federal agencies to suit his needs.
According to Business Insider, chief among those is the US State Department.
Testimony reveals they were used to circumvent career diplomats and carry out a shadow foreign-policy agenda with respect to Ukraine.
At least eight officials have, or are scheduled to, testify. One is Marie Yovanovitch, the US’s former ambassador to Ukraine.
Also, Fiona Hill, former WH senior director for Russian and Eurasian affairs.
And Michael McKinley, a former senior adviser to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Finally, Kurt Volker, the US’s former special representative to Ukraine is also scheduled to testify.
https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-officials-reveal-state-department-ukraine-impeachment-2019-10
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  1. Varekai Ascendant

    20.10.2019 at 05:30

    I wonder who's left in the W.H. staff that has the job of HIDING THE TRUTH THAT HIS OWN PARTY MEMBERS ARE WILLING TO TESTIFY AGAINST HIM, so Donnie Boy doesn't have another one of those regular debilitating Apoplectic Fits, you know the ones where Donald's wee tiny wee-wee inverts to a mangina?

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Asia Tonight: Business news in brief Nov 12

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Business Briefs on Asia Tonight, Nov 12:
– Hyundai Development’s consortium is preferred bidder for Asiana Airlines
– Qantas has dropped Sydney-Beijing route due to competition from Chinese carriers
– Huawei to hand out $286 million in cash rewards to its staff for helping it ride out US curbs
– Burger King has teamed up with Unilever to make plant-based Whoppers in Europe

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Toys, instant pot are in the mix

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Macy’s has revealed its Black Friday deals.

The retailer will again be open on Thanksgiving Day, welcoming shoppers starting at 5 pm., closing at 2 am, and then opening again at 6 a.m. 

But its door buster deals will kick off before the holiday. Visitors to Macy’s stores can start grabbing the deep discounts on Wednesday, for a twelve-hour stretch starting at 10 am. The sales will continue until 1 p.m. on Friday, and resume between 8 am and 1 p.m. on Saturday, but the Saturday discounts won’t be as deep, according to the deal watching site BestBlackFriday.com. 

Macy’s Black Friday ad features a coupon that will give shoppers $10 off purchases of  at least $25 for certain pieces of clothing and products for the home, and another offering $20 off  for purchases of $50 or more on particular clothing and home goods.

Online shoppers can also use the coupon promo code BLKFRI to get a 20% discount on certain accessories, clothing and home goods, or 15% off some jewelry, accessories, coats, swimwear and luggage.

Neither the in store or online coupons can be used to purchase doorbuster items.

BlackFriday.com says that the best deals include:

Dyson vacuums. They regularly go for between $249.99 and $874.99 but several will be on sale for $100 to $200 off. They include the doorbuster deal on a Dyson Big Ball Multi-Floor Canister Vacuum that’s going for $229.99 — a $270 discount. Its price will rise to $399 after 1 PM Friday. 

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Instant Pot appliances. The popular cookers, which normally cost $124.00. will be on sale for $69.99. They’ll cost $40 more after 1 PM Friday.

Ninja products:Deals include the Ninja BL660 Professional Blender with Single-Serve Cups which will be on sale for $69.99, a $105 discount, and the Ninja CM401 Specialty Coffee Maker which will be $99.99–$113 less than the usual price.

Shoppers can also nab diamond earrings, worth $200, for $29.99 if they buy at least $50 worth of other merchandise, and get a 20%discount on Fisher-Price, LEGO and Paw Patrol toys for the youngest people on their holiday shopping lists.

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