Daily Archives: October 19, 2019

Greta Thunberg at Edmonton Canada Vote Green Party

Published on Oct 19, 2019
Greenparty Canada, best video of crowds gathered to hear Greta Thunberg at Edmonton Canada.

Temi Ibirogba on the African migrant crisis to Europe and the Americas

CGTN AmericaOct 19, 2019

CGTN’s Frances Kuo sits down with Temi Ibirogba, a program and research associate for the Africa Program at the Center for International Policy, to discuss the African migrant crisis.

Consequential week in impeachment inquiry – The Day That Was | MSNBC

MSNBC Oct 19, 2019

It was a consequential week in the impeachment inquiry, as closed-door testimonies painted a picture of President Trump’s efforts to withhold aid to pressure Ukraine. The president is making GOP support more difficult by the day, including his recent announcement that the G-7 summit will be held at his resort in Doral, Florida, among other unforced errors.

MPs back Brexit deal delay – BBC News

BBC News Oct 19, 2019

UK PM Boris Johnson says he will put bill on deal to leave EU to MPs next week, in attempt to avoid delay

Trump’s Claim Kurds Are Happy: ‘It’s Simply Absurd, Cruel, It Makes H im Stupid’ | Deadline | MSNBC

MSNBC Oct 18, 2019

Retired Four Star General Barry McCaffrey, former DNC senior advisor Doug Thornell, National Action Network’s Reverend Al Sharpton, Associated Press’ Jonathan Lemire, and WBUR’s Kimberly Atkins on Trump’s false claims and mixed messages on Turkey’s military assault on the Kurds. Aired on 10/18/19.

GOP lawmaker on quid pro quo: It’s serious and troubling

CNN Oct 18, 2019

Following acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney’s admission that the Trump administration’s Ukraine arrangement was a quid pro quo, CNN’s Poppy Harlow presses Rep. Francis Rooney (R-FL) on his thoughts about impeaching President Donald Trump.

John Kasich calls for Trump’s impeachment: I say it with great sadness

CNN Oct 18, 2019

John Kasich tells CNN’s Ana Cabrera that as difficult as the issue of impeachment is for the former Ohio governor, he now supports an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump after hearing Mick Mulvaney’s comments.