Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority / Abu Dhabi Bank

Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority fined First Abu Dhabi Bank $55 million for obstructing an investigation into suspected market manipulation

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Here's another beauty from the newly released text messages from peter Stroyk & Lisa Page "I'm telling you man if this thing ever gets FOIA'd, there are going to be some serious questions asked" newly released in @SidneyPowell1  filing. @MorningsMaria  @FoxBusiness 

Newly declassified text messages indicate no crime. No evidence of wrong doing. "Mad scramble" to try and entrap @GenFlynn  & @realDonaldTrump  in 2017. shameful to see no accountability at all @MorningsMaria  @FoxBusiness 

Here's another beauty from newly released texts declassified from Stroyk & Page "Trump was right. Still not put together. Why do we do this to ourselves. What's wrong with these people" from @SidneyPowell1 ⁩ filing. @MorningsMaria ⁩ @FoxBusiness ⁩

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“After failing to repeal the ACA in Congress, now the Republicans are trying to destroy it in the courts.” @SenatorTomUdall  explains why the Supreme Court is crucial to upholding protections for pre-existing conditions.

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