Home > Two Billionaires Friends Of Trump In Trouble

Business
Two Billionaires Friends Of Trump In Trouble

Description

According to Business Insider, "Jeffrey Epstein and Robert Kraft, friends of President Donald Trump, are both having a bad week. A federal judge on Thursday ruled that the Justice Department violated the rights of victims in a non-prosecution agreement with Epstein when he faced charges of abusing dozens of young girls." White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, told the press, "We're looking into the matter, I'm not aware of any changes on that front.

Added on the 22/02/2019 18:01:30 - Copyright : Wochit

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Home Depot Founder Bernie Marcus Faces Backlash For Supporting Donald Trump

    Bernie Marcus co-founded Home Depot in 1978 and is now known as an influential philanthropist. In 2016, Marcus was one of President Donald Trump’s largest donors, giving $7 million to the campaign. According to Business Insider, Marcus said he would continue to support Trump’s campaign in 2019. The news didn’t go well with Home Depot customers, many now boycotting the store and getting rid of their store credit cards.

    23/07/2019 - Wochit
  • Peter Thiel Says Google's Ties To China Should Be Investigated

    Peter Thiel gave the opening speech at the National Conservatism conference on Sunday. According to Business Insider, he used the speech to go after Google for its "seemingly treasonous" relationship with China. He alluded to the search giant's attempts to re-enter the Chinese market with a censored search engine, known as Project Dragonfly. Thiel said the FBI and CIA should investigate Google in a "not excessively gentle manner."

    15/07/2019 - Wochit
  • Fox News Fact-Checks Trump Speech Praising His Environmental Record

    Fox News interrupted President Donald Trump’s recent speech to fact-check him on live television. During his speech, Trump praised his administration’s environmental record. But Fox News host Shepard Smith said those policies were “widely criticized by environmentalists and academics.” He then cited a New York Times report that said more than 80 environmental rules and regulations were repealed. According to the Huffington Post, these include drilling, air pollution and wildlife regulations.

    09/07/2019 - Wochit
  • Group Files Lawsuit After Trump Administration Cancels 20 Year Ban On Minnesota Mining

    According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, a conservative group sued the Trump administration for withholding documents related to cancelling a 20 year ban on mining in Minnesota wilderness area and open it up to copper production. The lawsuit was reportedly filed by the Wilderness Society and is aimed at forcing the Trump administration to respond to two dozen Freedom of Information Act requests for documents detailing its decision to open up the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness to sulfide ore copper mining. Reuters reports that USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue announced last September that the Forest Service would cancel the ban on mining in the area and terminated the environmental impact study on mining on the Boundary Waters.

    20/06/2019 - Wochit
  • Kellyanne Conway's Trouble With Tweeting

    According to Broadcasting & Cable, the White House feels the U.S. Office of Special Counsel’s report violates Kellyanne Conway’s free tweet rights. the U.S. Office of the Special Counsel (a separate entity from special counsel Robert Mueller) issued a report recommending Kellyanne Conway be fired for repeatedly violating the Hatch Act.

    14/06/2019 - Wochit
  • Staffer Says Amazon Workers Were Fired ViaText Last Christmas

    Business Insider reports An anonymous Amazon employee wrote in The Guardian that seasonal warehouse workers were fired via text the day after Christmas last year. Amazon brings in lots of seasonal workers for "peak," the six week period which runs from a week before Black Friday up until Christmas. The writer claims that they double the workforce with these employees are "paid less, not given benefits, and put on a restrictive time-off allowance, ensuring they'll be working through the holiday season." The staffer wrote: "Last year,... people [were] fired mid-shift by text message. Not an hour later, texts went out seeking volunteers for overtime for the next two weeks."

    20/12/2018 - Wochit

More videosBusiness

Watch video of Shares Of Blue Apron Dipped To An All-time Low. The Meal-kit Subscription Dropped To $1.81 Per Share On Tuesday. The Company Has Faced Increasing Pressures From Competition, Like HelloFresh. Big Companies Like Walmart And Amazon Entering Its Space. In March, Walmart Announced It Was Launching Its Own Line Of Meal Kits. The Company Has Struggled To Attract New Customers And Retain Old Ones Since Going Public Last June. - Blue Apron Shares Drop To A New Low - Label : Wochit -
Business

Blue Apron Shares Drop To A New Low

03/04/2018 21:21:24