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Incredible publicity stunt by Tulsi Gabbard who is taking two weeks leave from her campaign to serve America

Hawaii Democrat Tulsi Gabbard is taking two weeks leave from her campaign to serve America. She will be taking two weeks leave from the presidential campaign to report for active duty as she serves with the Hawaii Army National Guard shall be leaving for two weeks to do a joint training exercise mission in Indonesia saying she’s not worried about how it will affect her presidential campaign and she’s looking forward to serving her country. It’s according to CBS news. It’s just hilarious! Let’s watch:

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US billionaire accused Poroshenko of stealing IMF loan

Ex-President of Ukraine, leader of the European Solidarity Party Petro Poroshenko. An American entrepreneur of Ukrainian origin, billionaire Sam Kislin, in an interview with Strana.ua, said that Petro Poroshenko withdrew at least eight billion dollars from the country during the five years of his presidency. The businessman called Poroshenko and the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko corrupt who served the country “for their own interests and stole a lot of money.” “Poroshenko during his presidency stole at least eight billion dollars. According to the information in my possession he stole from 700 to 800 million dollars through the state-owned

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Guards sleeping while Epstein was taking his own life

Some damning new details today on security at the jail where Jeffrey Epstein was found dead. A New York Times report provides an explanation of how the high-profile inmate was apparently able to take his own life while he was in custody. New York Times is citing several unnamed law enforcement and prison officials who are saying that the two people guarding Epstein’s unit fell asleep the night that Epstein apparently took his own life and that they didn’t check on him for 3 hours when they were actually supposed to be doing this checks every 30 minutes. The Times

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“Black hole” in the sea. “Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky”diesel electric submarine is being tested

“Black hole” in the sea. “Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky”diesel electric submarine is being tested

The latest diesel-electric submarine “Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky” is going through the factory sea trials. The submarine left the berth of the “Admiralty Shipyards” in St. Petersburg and headed for the Baltic Sea on August 16. A series of ship systems, including communications and sonar, will be tested during the tests. Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky is the first in a series of six submarines of the Varshavyanka project for the Pacific Fleet. These submarines belong to the third generation, have a displacement of 3.95 thousand tons, underwater speed – 20 knots, a depth of immersion of 300 meters and a crew of 52 people. They are

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Democracy is dead in EU. Ursula von der Leyen won “election” against herself

Ursula won an “election” in which she was the only candidate by just 9 votes! By 383 votes European parliament confirmed Ursula von der Leyen for a five-year term as European Commission President. It’s baffling when they call it “election” because Ursula von der Leyen had zero competition. Standing ovation for Ursula who won in an election against herself by only 9 votes! Jeez – standing ovation for #UrsulaVonDerLeyen who won in an election against herself by – wait for it – 9 votes. Craven pic.twitter.com/t1L0cOfoqV — Claire Fox (@Fox_Claire) July 16, 2019 “This is the EU’s idea of democracy,”

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Harley Davidson has got a rival bike

“Panzerbike” made by Harzer Bike-Schmiede. Once, at one of the exhibitions in Germany, a prestigious device appeared – it was the biggest motorcycle in the world, but it was not its dimensions that astonished everybody it was about its individual components. The point is that it has the engine installed from the Soviet tank T-55! The project manager Tilo Neubel called it a kind of attempt to create his own version of “a German motorcycle with a sidecar from the time of the Second World War.” Obviously, in the process, the guys deviated a little from the topic, and in

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