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Trump endorsed Herschel Walker, Max Miller and Sean Parnell. They’re now facing scrutiny over their pasts

None of these issues, which have been documented in interviews, court filings and police records, have dissuaded Trump.

“President Trump is proud to endorse patriots who love our country and will put America First, and he will not be dissuaded from supporting great candidates due to false smear campaigns by the Fake News media,” Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington said.

In Georgia, Trump has already appeared on the campaign trail alongside Walker, a former University of Georgia football player who has faced allegations of threatening multiple women.

“You know, Herschel is not only a Georgia hero, he is an American legend,”

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WLOS.Asheville, ACS Foundation face lawsuit over scholarship program for Black students.The city of Asheville and the Asheville City Schools Foundation are facing a civil rights lawsuit regarding a scholarship program for Black….2 days ago

WLOS.Asheville, ACS Foundation face lawsuit over scholarship program for Black
students.The city of Asheville and the Asheville City Schools Foundation are facing
a civil rights lawsuit regarding a scholarship program for Black….2 days ago… Read More

China is facing its worst power shortage in a decade. That’s a problem for the whole world

Several Chinese provinces have said they are facing a power crunch in recent weeks, including some of the country’s most important engines for economic growth.

Guangdong province — a manufacturing center responsible for $1.7 trillion, or more than 10%, of China’s annual economic output and a bigger share of its foreign trade — has been rationing power for over a month. The restrictions have forced companies across the province to shut down for a few days per week. Some local authorities are warning that power rationing could last through the end of the year.

It’s not just Guangdong. At least … Read More

How the Dutch are facing up to their colonial past

“I think it’s important to point out that racism is not something that always existed,” says the Rijksmuseum’s head of history, Valika Smeulders. “Discrimination is universal, but to legalise it as a system that a certain group of people was meant to serve the other half of the world, that is something that was installed by colonialism, and at the end of colonialism that was reinforced through ‘scientific’ racist ideas. Racism was borne out of colonialism, not the other way round.”

Coming to terms with this history involves facing some uncomfortable truths for a nation that has long seen itself

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