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Reuters US NewsSep 22, 2019
U.S. Democrat Schiff says Trump's Ukraine call could justify impeachment
If an investigation shows that U.S. President Donald Trump pressured his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, then impeachment would be the only option, U.S. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said on Sunday.

Reuters US NewsSep 22, 2019
Pompeo: Former U.S. Vice President Biden should be investigated if he corruptly meddled in Ukraine probe of son
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday said that President Donald Trump's Democratic political rival Joe Biden should be investigated if evidence shows he improperly intervened to protect his son from an investigation in Ukraine.

Reuters US NewsSep 22, 2019
Trump defends call with Ukrainian president
President Donald Trump on Sunday said he did not say anything wrong during a telephone call with his Ukrainian counterpart in which, according to reports, he pressed for an investigation of former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and his son.

Reuters US NewsSep 22, 2019
Pompeo accuses former U.S. Vice President Biden of corruption over Ukraine dust-up
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday accused President Donald Trump's Democratic political rival Joe Biden of improperly intervening to protect his son from an investigation in Ukraine.

Yahoo NewsSep 22, 2019
Enter the Arena, Democrats. Teddy Roosevelt Was Right.
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- In April 1910, former president Theodore Roosevelt spoke before a large audience in Paris. "The poorest way to face life," he said, "is with a sneer."These days, too many Democrats are sneering — not only at President Donald Trump, but also at one another. From the left, many progressives are describing former Vice President Joe Biden as out of touch, old, too conservative, maybe even a bit racist. From the center, many Democrats are describing Senator Elizabeth Warren as unelectable, unlikable, unrealistic, disconnected from the values and beliefs of ordinary Americans.That's a shame for many reasons, but one in particular is that it threatens to put Democrats in a position akin to that of Trump-era Republicans. A recurring question, mostly faced by Republicans in the age of Trump, is whether to work for a party nominee or an elected official with whom they have intense disagreements. Over the last two years, many Republicans have declined to join the Trump administration, others have been criticized for doing so, and some have been, and now are, torn about whether to resign.  No Democrat is saying "Never Biden" or "Never Warren," at least not yet. But many have said contemptuous things about Biden, Warren and other contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination that could signal reluctance to serve in the wrong kind of Democratic administration.Roosevelt had the best response to that impulse on that April day in Paris, and lurid though his language may have been, the sentiment remains as fresh as ever:It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs

NY Post National NewsSep 22, 2019
Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden neck and neck in new Iowa poll
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has edged past Joe Biden in a new CNN-Des Moines Register poll of likely Iowa caucusgoers. Warren notched 22 percent to the former veep's 20 percent in the poll, which has a margin or error of 4 points. Though neither holds a clear lead, the two frontrunners have moved well ahead of...
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