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On tonight's show:
As of late Tuesday evening (Eastern U.S. Time) about 500 tactical aircraft, combat aircraft, and up to 340 helicopters of the Russian Army have been massed along the border of Ukraine.
Yesterday, Ukraine implemented Martial Law in its provinces bordering Russia, claiming they have intel that Russia plans an invasion. Ukraine MAY be correct.
UPDATE 7:19 PM EST -- Panic buying has begun in local supermarkets near Kherson as martial law comes into full effect. Buckwheat, matches, and salt are purchased in large quantities, with some shortages reported. LIVE UPDATES AT BOTTOM OF ARTICLE.
Official spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, commenting on the incident with the Ukrainian ships in the Kerch Strait, said that Moscow had taken increased security measures in connection with threats to destroy the Crimean Bridge.
"Three US service members were killed and three wounded when an improvised explosive device detonated November 27 near Ghazni city, Afghanistan. One American contractor was also wounded.
The wounded service members and contractor were evacuated and are receiving medical care," the NATO-led Resolute Support mission said in a statement.
ony Hernandez, a former Honduran congressman and brother of the country’s sitting president, has been convicted of drug smuggling, possession of firearms and connections to “deadly and dangerous” gangs from Mexico and Colombia.
The US attorney general and DEA announced Monday that Tony Hernandez has been charged with “conspiring to import cocaine”, possession of “machine guns and explosive devices”as well as lying to federal agents. He appeared in a Miami court after being arrested on November 23rd, and if found guilty is potentially facing life in prison.
President Trump ripped into Obama and his administration for 'spying' on his presidential campaign, claiming if the same had happened to the former president it would be considered treason, audio tapes reveal.
In Trump's Enemies: How the Deep State Is Undermining the Presidency, authors Corey Lewandowski, Trump's campaign manager, and David Bossie, deputy campaign manager and part of the transition team, sat down with Trump for a 45-minute interview, covering a wide-range of topics, including the Mueller probe, fake news and his strained relationship with Obama.
When asked if he believed Obama knew that his appointed CIA chief John Brennan and director of national intelligence (DNI) James Clapper were conducting surveillance on citizens, specifically members of his campaign, Trump said he believed the former president was aware of what they were doing.
Trump responded: 'Personally, I think he knew. Yeah. Just remember what they did.