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A quick snap from Reuters here that US authorities are set to announce charges and arrests on Wednesday “related to computer intrusion campaigns tied to the Chinese government”.
The Department of Justice said in a statement that deputy attorney general Jeffrey Rosen, along with FBI officials and others, will announce the legal action at a news conference at 11am ET.
There were primaries in Delaware yesterday, and Lauren Witzke has chalked up another Republican victory for the new wave of younger activists sweeping into the party.
Randall Chase for Associated Press reports that she has tried to distance herself from accusations that she supports the far-right anti-semitic QAnon conspiracy theory. She beat the party’s endorsed candidate James DeMartino. Witzke’s policy centerpiece is a 10-year moratorium on all immigration.
America First beat the GOP establishment tonight! Lets get ready take it to Chris Coons next!!
Thank you all so much for your support!
Let’s Make America Great Again! pic.twitter.com/RqUYjWgfL9
While the Democrats are holding the wackiest DNC in American History-
We held a #savethechildren rally in front of the Biden institute.
We spent our evening taking a stand against human trafficking & pedophillia. #netde #SaveOurChildrenWorldwide #SAVEOURCHILDEN #AmericaFirst pic.twitter.com/p71Ung6Nok