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- Today’s White House Tweets: President Trump
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2…………>Maduro, Stop Threats: Trump
After EU members including Spain, Germany, France and the UK said they would recognize Mr. Guaidó as president of Venezuela, the political crisis appears to be reaching explosive state due to growing efforts by the opposition to unseat Mr. Maduro, who in turn said that he was ready to “engage in comprehensive dialogue” with those who opposed his presidency, including President Trump.
President Maduro leda military exercise in Venezuela’s central state of Carabobo, calling for “union, discipline and cohesion” to topple the “attempted coup d’etat” by Mr Guaidó and his foreign supporters, after US National Security Adviser John Bolton warned that any threats against American diplomats or opposition leader Juan Guaidó will be met with “a significant response”.
3…………>The Siege Of Leningrad: 75 Years Later
More than a million people, a third of the population died of hunger, cold, disease or were killed during Nazi bombardments of the city of Leningrad, after Adolf Hitler ordered the siege which began on September 8, 1941 that lasted until the Red army crushed the brutal invaders on January 27, 1944, on its way to defeating Germany in May 1945.
More than 2,500 soldiers and 80 military units paraded through the streets of St.Petersburg today, as WW2 T-34 tanks rolled through the city alongside several modern weapon systems as snow fell and temperatures hit her degrees Fahrenheit.
Germany’s foreign minister has pledged €12 million for the siege’s remaining survivors, but Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakhareva said that the donation “does not close the issue” of Germany providing individual compensation to all remaining siege survivors.
4…………>Roger Stone Says He Might Consider Cooperation With Mueller
In the never ending attacks by “Deep State” operators to remove a democratically elected President, numerous Trump associates, starting with former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Michael Cohen, Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, and now political adviser Roger Stone have been indicted by Special Council Mueller, alleging that he obtained stolen emails from WikiLeaks in coordination with Trump campaign officials.
Stone, who was indicted by a federal grand jury in Washington on seven counts and arrested on Friday morning in Florida, said that he would testify “honestly” about his talks with Trump, which were “political in nature.
5…………> Modern Slavery: Texas
Defendants Mohamed Toure and Denise Cros-Toure, of Southlake, Texas, were convicted late yesterday by a federal jury in Ft. Worth, Texas, of forced labor and other federal felonies for compelling the domestic labor of a young, undocumented West African girl for 16 years.
“The defendants preyed on a young and extremely vulnerable girl. Their despicable actions included cruelly abusing her, forcing her to work in their home, hidden in plain sight, for years without pay, and robbing her of her childhood,” said Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband. “Human trafficking is a disgraceful and unacceptable crime, and this verdict should send the very clear message that the Justice Department will investigate and vigorously prosecute these cases to hold human traffickers accountable and bring justice to their victims.”
“Our district is passionate about combatting forced labor. I’m gratified that we were able to obtain a measure of justice for this young woman, who suffered for years at the hands of this couple – people who assumed they could deprive a little girl of her rightful freedoms with impunity,” said U.S. Attorney Nealy Cox. “I’m especially grateful to the witnesses who helped rescue this woman and brought the defendants’ crimes into the light of day. If we want to wipe out human trafficking, we need the whole community to support the effort and be alert.”
Following a four-day trial, the jury convicted the defendants of forced labor, conspiracy to commit alien harboring, and alien harboring. The defendants were acquitted of conspiracy to commit forced labor, and defendant Mohamed Toure was acquitted of making false statements to federal agents.
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