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GQ had to issue a hilarious correction when it screwed up how Alexander Vindman got his Purple Heart

18 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Reuters
A GQ story from Oct. 29 said that Lt. Col. Alexander VIndman, a key witness in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump, originally ran with a line saying that Vindman was awarded the Purple Heart after being injured by an IUD.
Nearly a month later, a screenshot of the correction began circulating on Twitter, noting that Vindman was injured by an IED - an improvised explosive device - and not an IUD, a method of birth control.
Vindman left Ukraine for the United States when he was 3, and now serves in the National Security Council as an expert on Ukraine.
He has testified in...
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Watch Trump openly admit on live TV to doing the thing he's accused of in the impeachment inquiry

Watch Trump openly admit on live TV to doing the thing he's accused of in the impeachment inquiry

18 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Fox News
In a Friday morning interview on "Fox & Friends," President Donald Trump admitted to doing the key act driving the House's current impeachment inquiry of his presidency.
Specifically, he admitted to holding up military aid to pressure Ukraine's government to investigate a baseless conspiracy that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election.
Trump referenced a completely discredited conspiracy theory that CrowdStrike, a cybersecurity firm he falsely claimed was owned by Ukrainians, got its hands on a Democratic National Committee server.
Trump added, "We're looking for corruption...
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Trump openly admitted on live TV to doing the thing he's accused of in the impeachment inquiry

Trump openly admitted on live TV to doing the thing he's accused of in the impeachment inquiry

19 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Associated Press
In a Friday interview on "Fox & Friends," President Donald Trump openly admitted to holding up military aid to Ukraine to pressure the government to investigate a baseless conspiracy theory about Ukrainian election interference and Democratic collusion.
In other words, Trump acknowledged doing the very thing he has repeatedly denied and will likely be impeached for.
The president started off by referencing the broad outlines of the conspiracy, suggesting Ukraine is hiding a Democratic National Committee "server" that contains evidence of Ukrainian meddling.
Then...
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