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January 1, President Trump Wants to Buy Greenland



Seriously, or nah? According to the Wall Street Journal, “White House has described purchasing Greenland as an Alaska-type acquisition for Mr. Trump’s legacy.” 

Also today, former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign staff is reportedly looking at scaling back his public appearances to limit his gaffes. We also have a complete list of how much the 2020 democratic candidates are worth.  And it looks like the Dayton shooter was loaded with drugs when he went on his rampage.  Finally, your emotional support miniature horse has approved for take off by the FAA.  Read all about it. 

– Fraser Dixon 

Biden Allies Float Scaling Back Events to Limit Gaffes

(The Hill) – “He needs to be a strong force on the campaign trail, but he also has to pace himself,” one Biden ally told the Hill.

The ally had “talked to members of the campaign team and others in the broader Biden World about how to move forward.

Read more from the Hill here.

Coroner: Dayton Shooter Had Drugs in His System

(AP) – The Montgomery County coroner says the Dayton gunman had cocaine and other drugs in his system at the time of the massing shooting that killed nine people before police fatally shot him.

The AP reports that, Dr. Kent Harshbarger said that authorities also found a bag of cocaine on the body of 24-year-old Connor Betts.

The Associated Press has more here

Here’s The Net Worth Of Every 2020 Presidential Candidate

(Forbes) dug into the details—examining financial disclosure statements, scouring local real estate records and calculating pension benefits—to figure out the finances of the 2020 candidates.

See the complete list from Forbes here.

Miniature horses used as service animals allowed on commercial flights

(The Washington Examiner) – “The Enforcement Office intends to exercise its enforcement discretion by focusing its resources on ensuring that U.S. carriers continue to accept the most commonly used service animals (i.e., dogs, cats, and miniature horses) for travel,” the statement reads.

Learn more from the Washington Examiner here.

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