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Donald Trump's brother, Robert Trump, dies of undisclosed illness

Robert Trump dies at 71President Donald Trump's brother Robert has died. He was 71.

"It is with heavy heart I share that my wonderful brother, Robert, peacefully passed away tonight," the president said in a statement issued late Saturday. "He was not just my brother, he was my best friend. He will be greatly missed, but we will meet again. His memory will live on in my heart forever.

"Robert, I love you. Rest in peace."

The White House announced Friday that Robert Trump had been hospitalized with an undisclosed illness. The president visited him Friday afternoon at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan.

TVNL Comment: Are they hiding a COVID death?  Secrecy raises questions.

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President Trump's brother Robert is hospitalized amid reports he is 'very ill,' White House says

Robert Trump

White House spokeswoman Sarah Matthews said that Robert Trump was admitted to a hospital but declined to provide additional details.

ABC News, citing anonymous sources, reported that Robert Trump was "very ill" and had been admitted to a hospital in New York.

Trump, who is scheduled to spend the weekend at his golf club in Bedminster, N.J., is expected to visit his brother on Friday, officials said on condition of anonymity to discuss the president's travel.

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Hundreds wounded as huge blast rips through Lebanon's Beirut

Beirut explosion

Hundreds of people have been wounded in a huge blast that ripped through Lebanon's capital, Beirut, according to the country's health minister.

The powerful blast on Tuesday shook several parts of Beirut, sending huge plumes of smoke into the sky. Initial reports suggested the explosion took place in the capital's port area containing warehouses. Ambulances were seen heading towards the scene in central Beirut.

The cause of the blast remained unknown.

Hamad Hassan, Lebanon's health minister, said hundreds were wounded in the explosion.

The blast wave from the explosion caused extensive damage to buildings,

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Ghislaine Maxwell case: ‘extremely personal’ documents to be unsealed

Ghisslaine Maxwell personal documents

An extensive collection of “extremely personal” documents in civil litigation against British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell can be unsealed, a Manhattan federal court judge ruled on Thursday.

The documents relate to Maxwell’s deposition in this litigation, as well as her early 2015 correspondence with her longterm associate, the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.

Maxwell was arrested earlier this month and charged over her alleged involvement with Epstein’s sex trafficking of minors. Maxwell pleaded not guilty on 14 July, and remains in jail while awaiting trial.

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Federal judge denies Trump administration's attempt to block release of Bolton's book

Bolton Book can be published: JudgeA federal judge has denied the Trump administration's attempt to block the upcoming publication of a book by former national security adviser John Bolton.

Judge Royce Lamberth of the DC District Court wrote in a 10-page decision Saturday morning that the Justice Department's arguments weren't enough to stop the book's release. He cited how the book, which is scheduled to be released Tuesday, had already been widely distributed, and could easily be distributed further on the internet, even if the court said it could not be.
"For reasons that hardly need to be stated, the Court will not order a nationwide seizure and destruction of a political memoir," Lamberth wrote.
The judge's ruling Saturday quickly dispels a long-shot attempt by the Trump administration to stymy the book's release -- an attempt roundly condemned as antithetical to the First Amendment. But Lamberth's decision also keeps alive major risks for Bolton, such as the administration's effort to claw back proceeds from the book, including from any movie and TV rights, and other consequences for disclosing classified information.

Man who took video of Ahmaud Arbery's shooting will also be investigated, Georgia official says

Ahmaud ArberyThe director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Friday it will continue investigating the death of Ahmaud Arbery, including the man who filmed the incident in a video.

Director Vic Reynolds said that video, which has spread widely on social media, was a key piece of evidence in the case in which two white men are seen chasing Arbery down on a residential street in southern Georgia.

He said it took 36 hours from the time the bureau began assisting in the probe to arrest the father and son, Gregory and Travis McMichael, who are accused of shooting Arbery, who was black. There were "some things that needed to be done" in the investigation that had been led by Atlantic Judicial Circuit District Attorney Tom Durden since April 14, he said.

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Kushner coronavirus effort said to be hampered by inexperienced volunteers

Kushner hired volunteersThe coronavirus response being spearheaded by President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has relied in part on volunteers from consulting and private equity firms with little expertise in the tasks to which they were assigned, exacerbating chronic problems in obtaining supplies for hospitals and other needs, according to numerous government officials and a volunteer involved in the effort.

About two dozen employees from Boston Consulting Group, Insight, McKinsey and other firms have volunteered their time - some on paid vacation leave from their jobs and others without pay - to aid the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to administration officials and others familiar with the arrangement.

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