Nov. 21, 2019
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Fiona Hill, President Trump’s former Russia advisor, said she now understands Gordon Sondland’s reluctance to work within traditional diplomatic channels.
Ambassador Gordon Sondland said at a public impeachment hearing that efforts to force Ukraine to investigate President Trump’s political opponents were not a rogue operation.
Almost everyone in Trump’s orbit confronts the same dilemma, sooner or later: Stick with Trump and risk lasting damage, or break away and hope to survive his wrath. Gordon Sondland broke away in spectacular fashion.
Key photos from Wednesday’s impeachment hearing with Gordon Sondland went viral on the internet and on late night. Oh, and a Democratic debate happened too.
Rapper ASAP Rocky has a new claim to fame: minor player in the House impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
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“Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu is denying actress Brenda Song’s claim that she was “not Asian enough” to audition for the film.
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If the Clippers’ win Wednesday over Boston represented something of a floor in the Paul George and Kawhi Leonard union, it led others to wonder about a ceiling.
Mason Rudolph denies claims reportedly made by Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett that the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback used a racist slur toward him.
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