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US Democratic Presidential Contenders Debate How to Beat Trump

Steve Herman contributed to the report.WASHINGTON — Ten U.S. Democratic presidential contenders held a spirited debate Wednesday night in the first major event of the 2020 election campaign, all looking to oust Republican President Donald Trump after a single term in the White House.The immediate focus was on Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a progressive lawmaker from the northeastern state of Massachusetts who national surveys show has edged closer to former Vice President Joe Biden as a Democratic favorite to oppose Trump in the election set for Nov. 3, 2020.She told a live audience in Miami, Florida, and millions more watching on national television, “I want to return government to the people.” She added, referring to major corporations, “What’s been missing is courage, courage in Washington to take on the giants. I have the courage to go after them.”
Crowded Democratic Presidential Field Ready for First Debate video player.
No shoo-inDespite a robust U.S. economy, a normal election-year barometer favoring an incumbent U.S. president’s re-election, Trump is by no means a shoo-in for a second four-year term.Polling shows the one-time New York real estate magnate has yet to win over many voters beyond the hard core of populist and Republican voters that has supported him through his 29-month presidency. More voters than not, surveys repeatedly show, disapprove of his performance in office.U.S. political pundits dismissed Trump’s chances of a victory three years ago, but he could win again.Democratic presidential hopefuls, from left, Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar greet supporters as Jay Inslee greets U.S. activist Al Sharpton after the first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign in Miami, June 26, 2019.At the moment, however, surveys show several Democrats leading the 73-year-old Trump. Biden, who is 76 and was President Barack Obama’s two-term vice president, holds the biggest edge of more than 10 percentage points over Trump. But polls this far ahead of the election are not necessarily predictive and may be just a snapshot of a moment in time.All of the Democratic presidential candidates, to one degree or another, have staked out positions on key issues they think are important to reshape policy debates in Washington, while at the same time attacking Trump for his views about domestic issues and international relations during his unprecedented presidency.The Democrats running for the U.S. presidency have broadly adopted a much more expansive liberal role for the federal government than either the more conservative Trump or Republicans who control the Senate. Democrats, in philosophical political agreement with many of their presidential candidates, took control of the House of Representatives in the 2018 congressional elections.Democratic presidential hopeful Mayor of New York City Bill de Blasio participates in the first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, June 26, 2019.Political differencesThe Democratic presidential candidates do have policy differences among themselves and often have emphasized a variety of issues they think might help them connect with voters when there is such a large field of candidates.Warren and Sanders, neck and neck in second place behind Biden in nomination surveys, are both pushing for far-reaching changes to the country’s economic policies to help middle-class families, paid for with higher taxes on wealthy people. Warren wants new taxes on people with more than $50 million in assets, while Sanders called this week for wiping out all $1.6 trillion in student college debt.Biden, to a large degree, has stayed above the fray of debate over policy issues, preferring to present himself as the voice of American stability, a correction to Trump’s unpredictable, tweet-filled presidency.Mocking Trump’s long-standing political slogan, “Make America Great Again,” Biden recently told voters, “Let’s make America America again.”But appearing on the same stage with other Democrats on Thursday may force him to explain and account for his four decades as a Washington political figure and twice-failed presidential campaigns.The other candidates debating Wednesday included Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio and former Maryland Rep. John Delaney.Thursday’s list of candidates also includes New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, California Rep. Eric Swalwell, entrepreneur Andrew Yang and self-help author Marianne Williamson.
 



Фігурант справи «українських диверсантів» скаржиться на погіршення зору – омбудсмен

Засуджений в анексованому Росією Криму за звинуваченням у підготовці диверсій на півострові українець Євген Панов скаржиться на погіршення зору, повідомила уповноважений Верховної Ради з прав людини Людмила Денісова у Facebook 26 червня.

«До мене звернувся брат українського політв’язня Євгена Панова, який утримується в російській колонії №6 Омська. Він повідомив, що адвокат, який побував у Євгена 20 червня, приголомшений станом здоров’я свого підзахисного. Євген скаржиться на погіршення зору, постійний головний біль, проблеми із зубами. Медична допомога вчасно не надається», – заявила Денісова.

За її даними, Панов харчується з проміжками в 15 годин, тривале перебування в стані голоду створює додаткові ризики для здоров’я. Крім того, засудженому заборонили отримувати періодику.

«Я невідкладно звернулася до уповноваженого з прав людини в РФ Тетяни Москалькової забезпечити дотримання прав українського громадянина Євгена Панова, а також сприяти в наданні йому належної медичної допомоги офтальмолога, окуліста, невролога та стоматолога», – розповіла Денісова.

13 липня 2018 року підконтрольний Кремлю Верховний суд Криму засудив Євгена Панова до 8 років колонії суворого режиму. Він відмовився від угоди зі слідством.

ФСБ Росії в серпні 2016 року оголосила про затримання в анексованому Криму групи «українських диверсантів», які нібито готували теракти на півострові. Затриманих деякий час утримували в московському СІЗО в Лефортово, після цього повернули до Криму.



US Democratic Presidential Contenders’ Debate Unfolds

Steve Herman contributed to this report.Ten U.S. Democratic presidential contenders debated Wednesday night in the first major event of the 2020 election campaign, all looking to oust Republican President Donald Trump after a single term in the White House.The immediate focus was on Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a progressive lawmaker from the northeastern state of Massachusetts who national surveys show has edged closer to former Vice President Joe Biden as a Democratic favorite to oppose Trump in the election to be held Nov. 3, 2020.
Crowded Democratic Presidential Field Ready for First Debate video player.
No shoo-inDespite a robust U.S. economy, a normal election-year barometer favoring an incumbent U.S. president’s re-election, Trump is by no means a shoo-in for a second four-year term.Polling shows the one-time New York real estate magnate has yet to win over many voters beyond the hard core of populist and Republican voters that have supported him through his 29-month presidency. More voters than not, surveys repeatedly show, disapprove of his performance in office.U.S. political pundits dismissed Trump’s chances of a victory three years ago, but he could win again.Democratic presidential hopeful U.S. Senator from New Jersey Cory Booker participates in the first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, June 26, 2019.At the moment, however, surveys show several Democrats leading the 73-year-old Trump. Biden, who is 76 and was President Barack Obama’s two-term vice president, holds the biggest edge of more than 10 percentage points over Trump. But polls this far ahead of the election are not necessarily predictive and may be just a snapshot of a moment in time.All of the Democratic presidential candidates, to one degree or another, have staked out positions on key issues they think are important to reshape policy debates in Washington, while at the same time attacking Trump for his views about domestic issues and international relations during his unprecedented presidency.The Democrats running for the U.S. presidency have broadly adopted a much more expansive liberal role for the federal government than either the more conservative Trump or Republicans who control the Senate. Democrats, in philosophical political agreement with many of their presidential candidates, took control of the House of Representatives in the 2018 congressional elections.Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke, a former U.S. Representative for Texas’ 16th congressional district, participates in the first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign in Miami, June 26, 2019.Political differencesThe Democratic presidential candidates do have policy differences among themselves and often have emphasized a variety of issues they think might help them connect with voters when there is such a large field of candidates.Warren and Sanders, neck and neck in second place behind Biden in nomination surveys, are both pushing for far-reaching changes to the country’s economic policies to help middle-class families, paid for with higher taxes on wealthy people. Warren wants new taxes on people with more than $50 million in assets, while Sanders called this week for wiping out all $1.6 trillion in student college debt.Biden, to a large degree, has stayed above the fray of debate over policy issues, preferring to present himself as the voice of American stability, a correction to Trump’s unpredictable, tweet-filled presidency.Mocking Trump’s long-standing political slogan, “Make America Great Again,” Biden recently told voters, “Let’s make America America again.”But appearing on the same stage with other Democrats on Thursday may force him to explain and account for his four decades as a Washington political figure and two failed presidential campaigns.Democratic presidential hopeful Governor of Washington Jay Inslee speaks during the first Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, June 26, 2019.The other candidates debating Wednesday were Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro, Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio, Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan and former Maryland Rep. John Delaney.Thursday’s list of candidates includes New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, California Rep. Eric Swalwell, entrepreneur Andrew Yang and self-help author Marianne Williamson. 



US Senate Approves Funds to Address Border Crisis

The U.S. Senate on Wednesday approved bipartisan legislation to address the humanitarian crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border with more than $4 billion in supplemental funds and new requirements for the care of detained migrants, especially children.The 84-8 vote came amid renewed scrutiny of the Trump administration’s treatment of minors in its custody and amid widespread revulsion over the deaths of a father and daughter from El Salvador who perished trying to cross the Rio Grande River into the United States.”There is no longer any question that the situation along our southern border is a full-blown humanitarian and security crisis,” Republican Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama said, adding that there was “no excuse” for delay in addressing the situation.”Inaction is simply not an option for those who care about alleviating the suffering of desperate children and families seeking refuge in the United States,” Vermont Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy said.The Republican-led Senate approved the bill after voting down a House version that also boosted funds for U.S. Customs and Border Protection and other federal agencies stretched to the breaking point by border arrivals totaling more than 100,000 a month, the highest numbers recorded in more than a decade.Although broadly similar, the Senate version is less extensive in regulating the care of detained children. Unlike the House version, it provides $145 million for the Pentagon to assist in border operations.To reach President Donald Trump’s desk, the Senate bill would need to pass the House. Hpwever, majority-Democrats in the House have signaled they want changes to the bill. As a result, a bicameral committee is expected to be formed to try to hammer out a version that can pass both chambers. Time for swift action is growing short, as Congress will be in recess next week for America’s Independence Day holiday.Speaking with reporters before departing the White House, Trump hailed legislative movement on border funding.”I believe the House is going to be getting together with the Senate. Hopefully, they can get something done,” Trump said.Earlier in the day, the president once again blamed Democrats for the border crisis, tweeting: “The Democrats should change the Loopholes and Asylum Laws so lives will be saved at our Southern Border. They said it was not a crisis at the Border, that it was all just manufactured.’ Now they admit that I was right – But they must do something about it. Fix the Laws NOW!”On the Senate floor, Democratic Minority Leader Chuck Schumer fired back.”We can do something about this [crisis] if the president would stop playing the political game of blame, blame, blame,” Schumer said. “Mr. President, you are the president of the United States. You are head of the executive branch. You control what’s happening at the border.”Schumer spoke alongside a blown-up photo, widely distributed by news organizations, of the drowned Salvadoran father and daughter, as reaction poured in across Capitol Hill and beyond.”I don’t want to see another picture like that on the U.S. border,” Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said. “I hope that picture alone will catalyze this Congress, this Senate … to do something.”U.S. Customs and Border Protection has faced renewed criticism on Capitol Hill after news reports emerged earlier this week of squalid living conditions at a CBP facility in Texas that houses detained migrant children.A Senate panel on Wednesday pressed administration officials on the subject.”What are you doing to actually make sure that children are getting the care and the sanitary conditions and the food that they need?” New Hampshire Democratic Sen. Maggie Hassan asked.The Border Patrol’s chief of law enforcement operations, Brian Hastings, responded that detention facilities are being upgraded with shower facilities and increased medical care. He added that more funds are being devoted to basic supplies, such as diapers and baby formula.



Рятувальники локалізували пожежу на складі секонд-хенду під Києвом – ДСНС

Станом на 21:30 26 червня рятувальники локалізували пожежу у складській будівлі під Києвом, інформує сайт Державної служби України з надзвичайних ситуацій.

«26 червня о 19:30 у селі Петропавлівська Борщагівка Києво-Святошинського району виникла пожежа на території складу з секонд-хендом на площі 2 тисячі 500 квадратних метрів (загальна площа 3 тисячі 50 квадратних метрів). Жертв та постраждалих немає», – повідомив сайт ДСНС.

У гасінні беруть участь 74 рятувальники та 17 одиниць техніки ДСНС. Створюється резерв сил.



Florida Voters Get Front Row Seat to Crowded Democratic Field

The Election 2020 circus has rolled into Miami, as 20 Democratic party candidates prepare to face off for two nights of debates marking the official start of the attempt to deny President Donald Trump a second  term. VOA’s Congressional correspondent Katherine Gypson reports from Miami.



Ex-Trump Aide Manafort to Be Arraigned Thursday in New York

Paul Manafort, the former campaign chairman for U.S. President Donald Trump, will be arraigned Thursday in a New York court in Manhattan on state criminal charges, after having been convicted last year on federal fraud charges.Manafort, 70, is scheduled to appear before Justice Maxwell Wiley of the state Supreme Court at 2:15 p.m. EDT (1815 GMT) Thursday, court spokesman Lucian Chalfen told Reuters.Manafort faces 16 felony charges brought by the Manhattan district attorney. The state charges include mortgage fraud, conspiracy and falsifying business records, and relate to alleged efforts by Manafort and others to obtain millions of dollars in loans on New York properties.Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance made the indictment public in March, on the same day Manafort was sentenced on federal crimes.Manafort is serving a 7 1/2-year federal sentence for tax fraud, bank fraud and other charges.Federal prosecutors accused him of hiding $16 million from U.S. tax authorities that he earned as a consultant for pro-Russian politicians in Ukraine, and then lying to banks to obtain $20 million in loans when the money dried up.The federal charges stemmed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election.Manafort faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted on the top charges in the New York case.



На Прикарпатті попрощались із заробітчанином, тіло якого підприємець у Польщі вивезла у ліс

У селі Троїця Снятинського району Івано-Франківської області 26 червня попрощались із 36-річним Василем Чорнеєм, який  працював будівельником і столярем у Великопольському воєводстві у Польщі. Тіло чоловіка 13 червня знайшов місцевий лісник у лісі, за 125 кілометрів від місця праці, де 4 місяці нелегально працював українець. При ньому не було ні документів, ні особистих речей.

Польська поліція п’ять днів встановлювала особистість Василя Чорнея. За даними поліції, Василь Чорней поскаржився на самопочуття, про що працівники повідомили власницю фірми, яка заборонила викликати швидку допомогу,

«Тіло було в такому стані, що сказали не відкривати домовину, яка була герметично зачинена. Називають багато версій щодо причин смерті. Бачили лише у Фейсбуці фотографію мертвого брата. Навіть, якщо йому стало погано, то чому не надали першу допомогу, чому його знайшли випадково на відстані понад 100 кілометрів? Чому? Яка б версія не була: побили, вбили, стало погано, але не надали допомогу. Це просто вбивство. Дуже хочеться знати правду, як насправді все було», – розповіла сестра померлого Дарія Чорней.

Родині про смерть Василя Чорнея повідомив сусід, який побачив інформацію у соцмережах. За словами рідних чоловіка, ніхто із представників влади до них не телефонував, як і з дипломатичних установ України у Польщі.

Селяни допомогли родині зібрати 40 тисяч гривень, які заплатили фірмі, що привезла тіло українця додому вночі 25 червня.

«Тіло везли і через 30 кілометрів його завернули назад. Ми не знаємо чому так? Ми поставили дату смерті, як нам вказали 13 червня, коли його знайшли», – повідомила сестра.

Василь Чорней їздив на заробітки роками відтоді, коли закрили місцевий завод, де він працював, спершу по Україні, потім працював у Чехії і востаннє поїхав у Польщу.

«Телефоном син останні тижні був сумний і в останній розмові плакав, що у нього болять груди, сказав, що ребро поламане. Я зрозуміла, що йому погано і просила його повернутись», – розповіла матір померлого Марія Чорней.

Василя Чорнея відспівали у сільській церкві і поховали поруч на цвинтарі. У чоловіка залишились троє дітей – доньки 12 і 7 років, а також 9-річний син.

Поліція Польщі затримала власницю фірми на 3 місяці, яка зараз перебуває у слідчому ізоляторі. Попередньо, жінку звинувачують у ненаданні допомоги непритомному чоловікові. Їй загрожує п’ятирічне ув’язнення.




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