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DES MOINES, Iowa The controversial talking points attacking Elizabeth Warren that Bernie Sanders' campaign deployed were given to teams in at least two early voting states on Friday, three Sanders campaign officials confirmed.
Volunteers and staffers used the script on Saturday while canvassing for votes, meaning the talking points were more official than what Sanders previously suggested after POLITICO reported on the language.
The campaign pulled back the script which described Warren's appeal as limited to the highly educated and financially well off later on Saturday after the story published. Sanders initially appeared to blame the controversy on rogue employees.
We have hundreds of employees. Elizabeth Warren has hundreds of employees. And people sometimes say things that they shouldnt, Sanders said Sunday in Iowa. His press aides never denied the veracity of the document.
London(CNN)The House of Commons has voted overwhelmingly in favor of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, finally paving the way for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union later this month after more than four decades of membership.
The deal has cleared its biggest hurdle with the vote that followed a third reading in Parliament, in which 330 voted for and 231 against, putting an end to three years of political wrangling following the 2016 Brexit referendum.
Thursday was the last opportunity for MPs to reject the bill before it is sent to the House of Lords, after which it will be put into legislation in coming weeks.
The deal had been shot down by a fractured House of Commons several times over the past year, sending Westminster into a tailspin over whether Brexit would happen at all.
Read more: UK parliament finally rubber stamps Brexit in no-fuss vote
Source: Fox 19
COVINGTON, Ky. (FOX19) - CNN agreed Tuesday to settle a lawsuit with Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann.
The amount of the settlement was not made public during a hearing at the federal courthouse in Covington.
Sandmanns lawsuit sought $800 million from CNN, the Washington Post and NBC Universal.
Trial dates are still not set for Sandmanns lawsuit against NBC Universal and the Washington Post.
Read more: https://www.13abc.com/content/news/CNN-settles-lawsuit-with-Covington-Catholic-student-Nick-Sandmann-566783491.html
Marianne Williamson, who has been campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination on a message of love and has been urging voters to join the evolution, has laid off her entire staff in New Hampshire and nationally, sources close to the campaign confirmed to WMUR on Thursday.
The spiritual author and lecturer joined the race in January 2019 and campaigned aggressively throughout the year, making many visits to New Hampshire. The sources told WMUR she remains a candidate but has drastically scaled back her campaign.
As of Tuesday, the sources said, Williamsons campaign, in fact, had no staffers on board.
At its height, the sources said, Williamson employed about 45 staffers in the four early voting states as well as her central campaign headquarters. She had two staff members in New Hampshire including former U.S. Rep. Paul Hodes, who was a senior campaign adviser and New Hampshire state director.
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