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WorldTrump launches 2020 campaign, Investigation into Raptors parade shooting: 5 things to know Tuesday

13:50  18 june  2019
13:50  18 june  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

Fake Kawhi Leonard signs autographs at Raptors parade

Fake Kawhi Leonard signs autographs at Raptors parade Toronto Raptors fans proved during the team’s championship run that they are arguably the most passionate in the NBA.

The campaign ’s announcement made a point of emphasizing Mr. Parscale’s loyalty to the Trump family. Last year, he agreed to meet with the House Intelligence Committee as part of its investigation into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election.

Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) formally launched her 2020 presidential campaign Saturday at an event in Lawrence, Massachusetts, north of Boston. After her launch event, Warren will spend the rest of the weekend in early primary states New The Warriors trail the Raptors 3 games to 2 in the finals, and

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Trump kicks off re-election campaign at Florida rally

President Donald Trump returns to Florida on Tuesday night to officially begin his re-election campaign. The Orlando rally is in the heart of the must-win 2020 swing state, which Trump won narrowly in 2016. Trump will be appearing with Vice President Mike Pence at the event, which kicks off at 8 p.m. ET in the 20,000-capacity Amway Center. For those who don’t make it in the door, large screens will be set up for viewing outside the arena. And it might be necessary –Trump supporters were already lining up for seats on Monday morning.

Huge crowds pack downtown Toronto for Raptors parade

Huge crowds pack downtown Toronto for Raptors parade Jubilant Raptors fans decked out in team gear are jamming downtown Toronto for a parade for the NBA champions. Crowds packed the route and the square outside City Hall where the march is to end in the afternoon. Fans, many skipping school and work, filled the streets and subways as early as 7 a.m. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to attend briefly. Mayor John Tory declared Monday ''We The North Day'' in Toronto, after the NBA champions' slogan. Some 1.5 million are expected to be at the parade. The Raptors are traveling in open-air double-decker buses with the NBA championship trophy.

Trump or bust: President warns of market crash 'the likes of which has not been seen' if he is not Said he has overseen a record-breaking economy that Dems can't maintain Trump 's re-election campaign officially launches with Orlando rally Tuesday He appeared to be gearing up for full campaign mode, testing a message that will highlight

Perhaps that is why the Trump 2020 campaign quietly jettisoned one of its initial re-election slogans, “Promises Made. He’s reportedly building project-management software to streamline the internal campaign apparatus, and devising various new tools to translate interest into action—for instance

AP Domestic Trump supporters set up camp ahead of speech Trump supporters traveling from near and far line the streets outside an Orlando arena camping out ahead of the President’s speech Tuesday. (June 17)

Investigation into shooting at Toronto Raptors parade expected to go on

The investigation into a shooting at the parade in Toronto honoring the NBA champion Raptors Monday is expected to continue Tuesday after the city's police department asked in a news release for the public's help with the investigation. Three people were in custody and two firearms were recovered in connection with the shooting that left four people injured, Toronto police said in a statement. An official for the department said the identities of the suspects would not be released until they were charged. The shooting occurred about 3:45 p.m. ET near Nathan Phillips Square, which marked the end of the parade route. Videos shared on social media show thousands of people running in panic. But after about a short delay, the program continued without interruption.

Warriors congratulate Raptors in full page newspaper ad

Warriors congratulate Raptors in full page newspaper ad The Golden State Warriors pulled off a classy gesture in congratulating the Toronto Raptors on their NBA championship. 

5 things you need to know Tuesday . The biggest news to start your Tuesday . Phoenix leaders asked Trump to postpone the campaign -style rally due to fears that the president will President Trump walks to the podium to make a statement about the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Oct.

5 things you need to know Tuesday . The biggest news to start your morning. Post to Facebook. Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is expected to testify behind closed doors to the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday as part of its investigation into Russian interference in

AP Domestic Police: 4 shot, 2 arrested at Raptors rally Four people were shot and wounded at a rally Monday for the NBA champion Raptors, and two people were arrested, police said. (June 2019)

Mayor calls community meeting over Phoenix police incident

A Phoenix community meeting called by Mayor Kate Gallego to address police aggression against an African-American family will be held Tuesday. Police Chief Jeri Williams will be present to answer questions and address citizen concerns at 6 p.m. at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, 1401 E. Jefferson St. A viral video shows police pointing guns and yelling threats at Dravon Ames, 22, his pregnant fiancee Aisha Harper, and their two young daughters after the family said their daughter took a doll from a Family Dollar store. The couple is suing for $10 million over the May 29 incident.

Helicopter crash pilot to be remembered

Funeral services will be held Tuesday in Poughkeepsie, New York, for the man who died in a helicopter crash in New York City last week. Timothy McCormack, 58, of Clinton Corners, New York, died June 10 when he crash-landed on top of a 54-story building in midtown Manhattan. Questions surround the cause of the crash, including why the helicopter was flying in restricted airspace amid difficult weather conditions. Friends and colleagues have speculated that McCormack, who had been flying for 15 years, chose to land atop a building to save the lives of dozens of people below.

Drake, of Course, Joins the Toronto Raptors at NBA Championship Victory Parade in Canada

Drake, of Course, Joins the Toronto Raptors at NBA Championship Victory Parade in Canada Drake Joins Toronto Raptors for Victory Parade

Trump ’s 2016 campaign and the digital operation that Parscale oversaw are under investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller. The group late Tuesday filed a complaint with the Office of Special Counsel, an independent agency charged with monitoring and enforcing the law.

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InfoWars host sent child porn to Sandy Hook victims' lawyer, court docs allege

A court hearing is scheduled Tuesday after court documents allege that InfoWars conspiracy theorist and firebrand Alex Jones was in possession of child pornography. Lawyers from Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, the firm representing the families of Sandy Hook victims, filed a statement stating that they discovered child pornography in documents that Jones' defense sent as part of the discovery process of the lawsuit. Upon discovering these items, the counsel immediately sent them to FBI for further inspection — which confirmed that they were indeed pornographic images of children. The documents were originally sent as a result of Jones alleging that the Sandy Hook shootings were a hoax, resulting in a lawsuit filed by the families of victims for defamation.

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Raptors' Danny Green on potentially visiting Donald Trump White House: 'Hard no'.
An NBA champion hasn't been to the White House since 2016. It appears the Raptors will make it three consecutive years without the customary visit. Danny Green appeared on Yahoo Sports' "Inside The Green Room" on Saturday to discuss the Raptors' championship. During the course of the conversation, host Harrison Sanford asked about the prospect of the Raptors visiting Donald Trump at the White House, and Green quickly demurred. "I just don't think that we accept," Green said. "And I try to respect everybody in every field that they do regardless of how crazy things are. But he makes it really hard.

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