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Hong Kong will introduce a bill that will ban any MP from public office if they support independence for the former colony or encourage any form of foreign interference

Iran. Afghanistan. Iraq. North Korea. What is Donald Trump's foreign policy legacy? And what is he doing now to salvage it in the face of leaving office? @wrightr  explores the lame-duck period and the challenges Biden will face:

Rishi Sunak has cut the foreign aid budget to plough billions back into the economy, prompting the resignation of a foreign office minister. "I do not believe we should reduce our support further at a time of global crises," she said

Shocker as member of Boris Johnson's government resigns: Foreign Office minister departs as Sunak cuts aid budget

A Foreign Office minister has resigned in protest against the Government's decision to cut the overseas aid budget, saying such a move is "fundamentally wrong"

Baroness Sugg' Foreign Office minister, resigns after Sunak cuts foreign aid.

BREAKING: Foreign Office minister Baroness Sugg has resigned in protest at the cut in overseas aid announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak, branding it “fundamentally wrong”.


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@AdamSchiffCA  &am @NancyPelosi ; : “The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has informed us that it will no longer provide briefings to Members of Congress, including the House and Senate Intelligence committees, on foreign efforts to interfere in our upcoming election...

Over 500 legal scholars agree President Trump committed impeachable conduct: President Trump betrayed his oath of office by seeking foreign interference in our elections for his personal, political benefit at the expense of national security interests.

President Trump abused the power of his office, undermined our national security and jeopardized the next election. He has shown no remorse and is at it still, trying even now to get foreign help in his re-election. No one is above the law. Donald J. Trump must be impeached.

It’s all out in the open now. The President’s counsel just argued that there is nothing wrong with any candidate for office soliciting dirt on their opponents from foreign countries. They’re not even trying to fake it anymore.

The impeachment inquiry uncovered overwhelming and uncontested evidence that President Trump abused the powers of his office to solicit foreign interference in our election for his own personal, political gain. No one is above the law. Read our report:

Trump abused his power by coercing a foreign nation into helping him cheat in the next election. He betrayed his oath of office. Congress also swore an oath — to uphold the Constitution. Today, the Judiciary Committee honored this oath by approving two articles of impeachment.

"I have received information from multiple U.S. Government officials that the President is using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country in the 2020 U.S. election." Every American should read this whistleblower complaint.

The central fact is this: the President corruptly abused his office to coerce a foreign government to interfere in the 2020 election. His White House then tried to cover this up and got caught. That's the story.

The President cannot use the power of his office to pressure foreign leaders to investigate his political opponents. His rant this morning reinforces the urgency of our work. America is a Republic, if we can keep it.

The President would have left American students in a foreign jail because their families didn’t lavish sufficient praise on him. How can someone in such a big office be so small?