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Donald Trump is preparing to file a lawsuit to prevent the release of White House records from his administration to a House-appointed committee examining the January 6 attack on the Capitol and calling for peace.

Trump’s move to try to dissuade the committee, informed by where he gets information about his plans, is likely to lead to a constitutional dispute in court that could test Congress’s power of oversight over the ruling party.

The former president said in the near future they would call for a fortune to prevent the judiciary who chose the House forcing his aides to testify on January 6 and what he knows about plans to suspend Joe Biden’s election victory.

But a clear indication of Trump’s intent to stone the electoral committee shows a new change as he seeks to remain in power.

  • The former president also oversees high-level aides Mark Meadows, Dan Scavino, Steve Bannon and Kash Patel to challenge the election committee subpoenas of literature and evidence.

  • Trump is not guaranteed a winner in cases over a high-profile grant given he is no longer president, but the process can be delayed – and thus frustrating – Committee members select House.

US Afghanistan eliminates ‘material prosperity but failure to plan’, says Milley

Gen Mark Milley on hearing became a postmortem in the 20-year war that preceded the US to Afghanistan.
Gen Mark Milley on hearing became a postmortem in the 20-year war that preceded the US to Afghanistan. Photo: Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times / Rex / Shutterstock

The evacuation in Afghanistan and the evacuation in Kabul were “systemic success but a failure of the plan,” the chairman of the joint chiefs told the Senate.

Gen Mark Milley gave a strong analysis of the unprecedented hearing of a Senate committee tasked with investigating the departure of the US, which became a postmortem in the war of the previous two decades.

Milley was spotted along with Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin, and a U.S. diplomat. Central Command, Gen Kenneth “Frank” McKenzie, in a very serious, worst interview of the country’s military leadership in more than a decade.

“Obviously the war in Afghanistan has not ended as far as we wanted,” Milley said, noting that “the Taliban are now ruling in Kabul.”

  • Will Milley resign? He strongly rejected Republican Senator Tom Cotton’s call for him to resign.

  • Why did Republicans hate each other? The new book, Peril, says Milley deliberately sought to undermine Trump’s power out of fear that he could open a foreign war to divert attention from losing the election.

  • What did he say about it? He defended himself and said: “My loyalty to this nation, its people and its constitution has not changed and it will never change.”

Decide to consider applications to stop Britney Spears’ conservatorship today

Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Photo: Mario Anzuoni / Reuters

Britney Spears’ defense is set to return to court today, in which case the judge will consider applications for the removal of her father as a jurisdiction and completely suspend the legal process.

Expected care comes a few days after the recording was made that Britney Spears’ father, Jamie Spears, as well as the security team he worked for oversaw the singer’s confidential and secret communications in her bedroom.

Judge Brenda Penny will consider ending Jamie’s career as a housekeeper in the Los Angeles court, which is expected to attract a large group of fans.

The pop star, whose life is financially and financially controlled by a lawbreaker legally for 13 years, has pleaded with the court to remove his father from the system.

  • Spears have been actively at the conservatorship for years, the records have been leaked, but he spoke publicly for the first time in court in June.

  • The record court found that Spears was also barred from receiving his money, and it was limited to a weekly wage.

  • His treatment is is controlled by a license holder, who also supported the singer’s request to remove his father.

In other news…

Elizabeth Warren
Warren said Powell had been ‘lucky’ that the banks had so far been able to prevent a major crisis. Photo: Stephen Reynolds / AP
  • Senator Elizabeth Warren called on the chairman of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, “Dangerous man” on Tuesday and he swore that he would bring reproach on his name. Warren said under Powell, the Fed watered down the financial-crisis banking regulations and weakened US banking system.

  • Canada has provided protection to four people who buried former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in their small Hong Kong homes when he was running after stealing a library of distributed documents. The non-profit For Refugees is urging Ottawa to speed up the evacuation of the remaining ‘Guardian Angel’.

  • Democrats are in the process of doing-or-resting time – one that will see the future of Biden’s ambential economic agenda – as they rush to compete for internal components threatening to disrupt the sweeping process of social packages and small buildings.

  • Fumio Kishida, a former foreign minister with a reputation for building consensus, is to be the leader of Japan after winning the election of the leader of the ruling Liberal Democratic party in opposition to the defense minister, Taro Kono.

Stat of the day: 200,000 people to be evacuated from Fort Bend County as Republicans search resetting the constituencies

Fort Bend Democratic chairperson Cynthia Ginyard on the way to the polls.
Fort Bend Democratic chairperson Cynthia Ginyard on the way to the polls. Photo: Reggie Mathalone / The Guardian

After winning a federal parliamentary race last year, Republicans have the most powerful weapon in American politics – the ability to climb electoral constituencies. The all-powerful scalpel that allows Republicans to increase their chances by simply rallying voters in other constituencies, reinforcing the voting power of white voters among voters who quickly discriminate. The art of twisting regional lines for the opportunity of rebels is called gerrymandering. In Fort Bend province, it could be brutal and the self-proclaimed Republicans will have to shed about 200,000 people from its borders.

Don’t miss this: Dita Von Teese at the borders and how #MeToo changed her

Von Teese: 'I didn't wear any short skirts.  I am not a protagonist!  '
Von Teese: ‘I didn’t wear any short skirts. I am not a protagonist! ‘ Photo: CBS Photo Archive / CBS / Getty Photos

Just knowing Dita Von Teese from his fancy wife statue, his scornful burlesque dance and his time in the bloody as the wife of the former goth-rocker Marilyn Manson, you can expect a snowy character, an unmistakable mystery. So it was strange for Guardian writer Lyndsey Winship to see how common he is: talk, self-control, not extremes. It’s easy to see the performances of Heather Sweet, a “very shy” girl from the small town of Michigan who changed to Von Teese when she moved to California in her late twenties.

Climate monitoring: record $ 5bn donation conservation offerings that can announce the new green time offer

Pumalin Park in southern Chile was handed over to Chile by the late Douglas Tompkins, a supporter and aide to which The North Face bought large tracts of Patagonia.
Pumalin Park in southern Chile was handed over to Chile by the late Douglas Tompkins, a supporter and aide to which The North Face bought large tracts of Patagonia. Photo: Carlos Quezada / AP

Last week, the ninth group of its foundations made a significant contribution to conservation, pledging $ 5 million to protect 30% of the world’s oceans by the end of the decade. Swiss businessman Hansjörg Wyss, also a major contributor to the US Democratic Party, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos were among the billionaires behind defense of our Planetary Crisis. Thus, the fund covers the estimated cost of the 30% target for this decade, one of the twenty-two goals included in the Paris agreement — the form of the UN creation agreement in question.

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Last but not least: Danish singer brings unarmed $ 84 million, 000 as proof of low wages

The empty frame from Take Money and Run with Danish singer Jens Haaning.  'The job is that I took their money,' Haaning says.
The empty frame from Take Money and Run with Danish singer Jens Haaning. ‘The job is that I took their money,’ Haaning says. Photo: Henning Bagger / EPA

In a re-interpretation of the past work, the Danish singer left the museum with empty frames, a low bank account and red faces all around. The Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in northern Denmark presented Jens Haaning, a banker in his art, with 534,000 krone from its craft warehouses as well as an artistic fee of 25,000 krone (about $ 3,900). But when workers unveiled the works last week, they found two empty frames entitled Take Money and Run. “The job is to take their money,” he told Danish radio. “It simply came to our notice then. Breach of contract, and breach of contract is one of its functions. ”

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