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In an unusual development, the republican led senate intelligence committee has subpoenaed Trump junior to appear before the panel. The president’s son testified before the committee in 2017, during which time he said he had only marginal knowledge of the proposed Trump Moscow project. More from NPR’s Tim Marc. A source familiar with the subpoena confirmed to NPR that it had been issued. The move sets up an unprecedented confrontation between a republican led committee and a member of the president’s own family from Junior testified in December in 2017 before the committee. At the point he was downplaying his knowledge of any proposed Trump tower project in Russia. But in the time since, former Trump confidante Michael Cohen has testified that he repeatedly briefed Trump Junior on the project. Senate intelligence committee chairman Richard Burr declined the comment on the subpoena, but spokesperson for the committee said that quote ‘the committee has reserved the right to recall witnesses for additional testimony as needed. Tim Marc, NPR news, Washington.
President Trump is pushing back against New York times report that says his businesses lost more than a billion dollars between 1985 and 1994, calling the piece highly inaccurate. The newspaper in its reporting cited information from Trump’s tax records which showed major losses including 46 and half million dollars in 1985, report went on to say the Trump’s operations lost so much money, that for 8 of 10 years covered by the documents to avoid pay any income taxes at all. Trump however said such accounting is routine for real estate developers, Trump refused to disclose his federal tax returns and New York senator N Run has approved legislation will allow lawmakers access to the president’s state returns.
The Trump administration is imposing new sanctions on Iran’s metal exports one year after the US pulled out of the Iran unclear deal. NPR’s Isher Rasco reports the sanctions are part of the white house effort to push Iran into talks. President Trump says US will no longer tolerate any nations accepting imports of Iranian steel or other industrial metals. In a statement, Trump said metals are the biggest source of export revenue for Iran besides its crude exports. Since pulling out of the Iran deal last year, the white house has been re imposing sanctions, attempting to increase pressure on the region. Last month, the administration said its goal was to get Iran’s all exports down to zero. Iran is threatening to increase uranium enrichment within 60 days if other nations do not shield the country from the economic penalties. Isher Rasco, NPR news, the white house.
After yesterday’s major decline, US financial markets turned around somewhat today ahead of start of the next round of US-China trade talks though investors remained edgy. The DOW was up 2 points to 25967, the NASDAQ fell 20 points, the SNP500 dropped 4 points.
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Authorities now say the student who helped subdue one of the Colorado school shooting suspects yesterday is a student marine recruit, who’s not yet received any formal military training. Marine captain Michael Megady, saying today the student Brendan Bialy is a member of the marine’s delayed entry program, and met ** with recruiter. The court says he placed his own safety in risk above himself, helping to attack one of the shooters at the ** school near Denver. Two suspects were taken into custody. One is 18, he was in court today, and has been held on suspicion of murder of Denver student Kendrick Castillo, eight others were hurt.
Some drivers of the ride hailing app Uber and Lyft are on strike today, protesting against cuts in pay ahead Uber’s highly anticipated stock market debut. More from NPR’s Camela Donask. Drivers in Los Angeles, New York city, London and other cities vowed to stay off the apps for at least part of the day on Wednesday. They are upset with their pay rates and have asked for better working conditions. James Hicks is on strike in Los Angeles, ‘we are not logging onto the app, we try to encourage other people to **’. Drivers in Atlanta, Chicago and Washington DC among other cities planned demonstrations in support of the strike. It’s not clear how many drivers are taking part, or the extent of strikes affect on the availability of rights. Uber is going public later this week, and is expected to be valued at 80 to 90 billion dollars. Camela Donask, NPR news.
Crude futures prices moved higher today, oil up 72 cents a barrel to close at 62.12 a barrel in the New York mercantile exchange.
I am Jack Spear, NPR news in Washingtion.
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