Source: The Hill
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol subpoenaed Kimberly Guilfoyle Thursday, seeking to compel testimony from the Trump campaign aide after a heated disagreement when she sat down for a voluntary interview with the panel last week.
Guilfoyle, fiancee of Donald Trump Jr., spoke at the rally that preceded the attack on the Capitol and, according to the committee, and was involved in fundraising for the event.
She was also reportedly in the Oval Office the morning of Jan. 6.
Ms. Guilfoyle met with Donald Trump inside the White House, spoke at the rally that took place before the riot on January 6th, and apparently played a key role organizing and raising funds for that event. The Select Committee is seeking information from her about these and other matters, Chair Bennie Thompson said in a statement.
Read more: https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/596784-jan-6-committee-subpoenas-kimberly-guilfoyle-fiancee-of-trump-jr
New York (CNN Business)The production company behind the American version of the Russian state-funded network RT laid off most of its entire staff on Thursday, according to a memo obtained by CNN.
Misha Solodovnikov, the general manager of the production company, T&R Productions, told staff that it will be "ceasing production" at all of its locations "as a result of unforeseen business interruption events."
"Unfortunately, we anticipate this layoff will be permanent, meaning that this will result in the permanent separation from employment of most T&R employees at all locations," Solodovnikov wrote in his memo to employees.
The layoffs would mean an effective end to RT America. The network, one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's main mouthpieces in the US, was dropped earlier this week by DirecTV. The satellite carrier was one of the two major television providers in the US to carry the network.
Read more: https://www.cnn.com/2022/03/03/media/rt-america-layoffs/index.html
Emmanuel Macron pense que "le pire est à venir" en Ukraine après son échange avec Vladimir Poutine, qui a fait part de "sa très grande détermination" à poursuivre son offensive et dont le but est "de prendre le contrôle" de tout le pays, selon l'Elysée #AFP
Translated from French by Google
Emmanuel Macron thinks that "the worst is yet to come" in Ukraine after his exchange with Vladimir Putin, who expressed "his very great determination" to continue his offensive and whose goal is "to take control" of the whole country , according to the Elysée#AFP
Hmm... what's wrong here?!
Also, FFS, say her name. "Tennis Star's"...
In the black-and-white clip, West kidnaps a claymation man that resembles the actor who is dating his ex, Kim Kardashian. West puts a bag over the claymation mans head, ties him to the back of his bike, and later drags him through the dirt, buries him, and plants roses on his head. West is also seen carrying a decapitated head as he raps.
Toward the end of the video, the screen reads: Everyone lived happily ever after except you know who, with the word Skete the name West has used to refer to Davidson crossed out. The visual ends with the words: JK Hes Fine.
In January, West posted the song Eazy in the wake of news that Kardashian was dating Davidson. The song that contains the lines God saved me from that crash/Just so I can beat Pete Davidsons ass was an apparent precursor to him creating a dangerous and scary environment as Kardashian wrote to her ex in a leaked text West shared on his Instagram in February. West, who appeared to be trying to woo Kardashian back, repented for sharing their private texts. In the since-deleted texts she told her estranged husband that he was creating a fearful environment where someone will hurt Pete [Davidson] and this will all be your fault. West later posted that he was going to handle the situation myself and that upon my wifes request he told those viewing the Instagram messages he shared to not do anything physical to Davidson.
Mayor Pete's busy getting knocked up and learning how to chestfeed.
Right now I am listening to a VoteVets discussion with Wes Clark and Alexander Vindman.
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