Ukraine call whistleblower showed 'political bias,' favored Trump's 'rival' candidate: memo

The intelligence community inspector general found that the whistleblower who leveled explosive allegations against President Trump concerning his phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky showed indications of “political bias” and was “in favor of a rival political candidate,” a new document shows. 

WH to release document showing intel community watchdog found whistleblower had 'political bias,' official says

The White House is working as quickly as it can to release to Congress a whistleblower complaint involving President Trump’s conversations with the leader of Ukraine, as long as it’s legally possible, a senior administration official told Fox News late Tuesday – hours after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi initiated formal impeachment proceedings by alleging that the administration was hiding the complaint.

Authorities: Truck stop camel sits on woman who then bites

GROSSE TETE, La. (AP) — Authorities in Louisiana say a camel at a truck stop petting zoo sat on a woman after she crawled into its enclosure.

Iberville Parish Sheriff’s officials told The Advocate on Sunday that the Florida woman’s husband had been throwing treats to their dog under the camel’s fence. Their dog went into the enclosure and the woman crawled under barbed wire to retrieve the pet.

Trump administration claims Ukraine aid was stalled over corruption concerns, decries media ‘frenzy’

The Trump administration pushed back Tuesday in the wake of multiple reports that the White House froze millions in aid to Ukraine shortly before President Trump pressured the country’s leader to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter. 

Flurry of House Dems back impeachment inquiry, as caucus plans to discuss Ukraine whistleblower matter

Just a day after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi strongly suggested she was warming to the idea of impeaching President Trump, a slew of key swing-district Democrats late Monday threw support behind an impeachment inquiry – as leaders of the House Democrats scheduled a meeting for Tuesday afternoon on how to handle an explosive whistleblower complaint concerning the president’s phone call with the Ukrainian president this past summer.

Children Services workers return to the picket lines

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Children Services workers in Montgomery County are starting off the work week on strike. The Professionals Guild of Ohio (PGO) is asking for a six percent raise, but the County says that’s a number they just can’t afford.

If we are necessary personnel, they need to pay us as such
and move on with it,” says PGO President Jane Hay.

They say right now, their older members had their wages frozen.


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