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‘Impeach Trump for This’: Video Shows Final Hours of Teen’s Horrible Death in US Immigration Detention Center

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Saudi Aramco to Raise $25.6 Billion in Biggest I.P.O. Ever

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Saudi Arabia’s giant state-owned oil company, Saudi Aramco, on Thursday set the price of its initial public offering at a level that would raise $25.6 billion, a sum that is expected to make it the world’s biggest I.P.O.

Saudi Aramco said it had set the initial share price at 32 riyals, or about $8.53, the high end of the range it forecast last month. It plans to sell three billion shares, 1.5 percent of the company. At that price, the company would be worth $1.7 trillion.

The amount raised by the sale would exceed the $25 billion raised by Alibaba, the Chinese online retail company, in its initial offering five years ago on the New York Stock Exchange.

And the total could go higher. The company said underwriters could decide to sell an additional quantity of shares that would raise the proceeds to $29.4 billion.

The I.P.O. will establish Aramco as one of the world’s most valuable companies, but the $1.7 trillion figure falls short of the Saudi royal family’s hopes of an offering that valued the company at close to $2 trillion.

Global investors proved to be skittish over the earlier valuations offered by the Saudi government. While its filings showed Aramco to be immensely profitable — it posted a profit of $68 billion for the first nine months of the year — its earnings have declined, and risks like global warming and geopolitical instability cast a pall over its prospects.

Aramco will sell its shares on the Riyadh stock market, the Tadawul. Trading is expected to begin Wednesday.

The I.P.O. process has been agonizingly slow since Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler, first raised the idea making the crown jewel of the Saudi economy a public company more than two years ago.

After big early promises, the Saudis have taken a more cautious approach, restricting the listing initially to Saudi Arabia in order to avoid the more rigorous disclosures that would be required in New York or London.

Despite Aramco’s big profits, oil companies are out of favor with some investors, who worry that concerns about the role of fossil fuels in climate change will eventually curb demand for Aramco’s large reserves of oil and gas.

Last month, the International Energy Agency forecast that world oil demand would flatten out in the 2030s because of increasingly efficient car engines and rising use of alternative energy sources.

In the shorter term, there are concerns that the combination of growing oil supplies from the United States, Canada, Brazil and other producers and weaker demand due to a slowing world economy may reduce Aramco’s profitability, potentially threatening its ability to pay the large dividends that it is promising investors.

The aerial attacks on Aramco facilities in September highlighted to potential investors the geopolitical risks of operating in the Persian Gulf. Iran was blamed for the attacks, which temporarily forced Aramco to cut production by more than half.

More broadly, the killing of the dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents last year has hurt the reputation of Prince Mohammed, and may repel some investors.

Still, the I.P.O. showcases the kingdom’s enormous oil wealth.

A prospectus giving Aramco’s financial results reveals some long-hidden details about the size of Saudi Arabia’s oil fields. Chief among these is a monster called Ghawar, which extends for about 120 miles in the eastern part of the kingdom. The world’s largest oil field, according to the prospectus, Ghawar has accounted for more than half of Saudi Arabia’s production, yet it still has reserves of 48 billion barrels.

The oil wealth doesn’t stop there. The kingdom has four more fields that dwarf most others.

Aramco produced 13.6 million barrels per day in 2018 on average, more than three times the 3.8 million reported by Exxon Mobil, according to the report.

The company, founded by United States oil companies (Aramco is short for Arabian American Oil Company), was nationalized by the Saudi government in the 1970s.

Carlos Tejada contributed reporting.

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Some Senate Democrats Want Mueller Report Included In Impeachment Articles

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As House Democrats move forward with drafting articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, some of their counterparts in the Senate think those should include portions of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) alluded to the Russia investigation when she called on House Democratic leaders to draft articles of impeachment, a process that is scheduled to begin next week.

“The president leaves us no choice but to act because he is trying to corrupt, once again, the election for his own benefit,” Pelosi said at a Thursday press conference.

In his report, Mueller laid out several possible examples of Trump obstructing justice in the Russia investigation. The special counsel declined to say, however, whether Trump had illegally obstructed justice, citing the Justice Department’s position that sitting presidents cannot be indicted.

House Democrats this week are privately debating whether they should broaden the scope of the articles to include the examples of obstruction of justice documented by Mueller in his report. Doing so, however, could alienate some moderate House Democrats who view the Ukraine issue as a clearer example of Trump’s abuse of power, CNN reported.

Earlier this week, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) argued that Trump’s latest actions in the Ukraine matter showed a “pattern of conduct” seen since his first year in office. That argument was echoed by some Senate Democrats on Thursday.

“Past conduct is always relevant if the defendant denies the intent. It’s relevant to refute a denial,” said Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), who once served as a prosecutor. “How can he be innocent now, if there’s all this evidence of how he’s acted to obstruct justice then?”

Blumenthal suggested incorporating portions of Mueller’s report into an article of impeachment narrowly focused on the subject of obstruction.

Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) agreed.

“I was struck that the Mueller report lays out [several] cases of obstruction. I think that’s a hard thing for the House not to pay attention to,” Merkley said.

Still, other Senate Democrats said the decision on whether to include the Russia investigation in articles of impeachment ought to be left to the House.

The Senate is expected to take up articles of impeachment against Trump sometime next month. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has vowed to give the House case against Trump a trial, even though he does not believe there are enough votes in the upper chamber to remove the president.

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United C.E.O. Munoz to Step Down, 5 Years After Leading Turnaround

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Oscar Munoz, who helped to steady United Airlines after a troubled 2010 merger, but not without the occasional public relations crisis, will step down next year as the airline’s chief executive.

In May, J. Scott Kirby, the airline’s president and a veteran of the industry, will succeed Mr. Munoz, who will move on to the position of executive chairman of the airline’s board for a one-year term.

Analysts said they were unsurprised by the leadership change, which had been predicted since Mr. Kirby was hired in 2016, shortly after Mr. Munoz underwent a heart transplant. Mr. Munoz, a first-generation college student from an immigrant family, had also been expected to assume the role of chairman several years ago, but the promotion was scuttled in 2017 after the airline stumbled in responding to public outrage when security officers dragged a passenger off one of its planes in Chicago.

“While the timing of this transition was always a key topic, this has been largely expected by investors ever since Oscar Munoz hired Scott Kirby in 2016,” Andrew Didora, an airline analyst with Bank of America Merrill Lynch, wrote in a research note. Mr. Didora added that he did not anticipate a change to the airline’s strategy.

Mr. Kirby was president of American Airlines after its 2013 merger with US Airways, where he had held the same title. By comparison, Mr. Munoz was a relative newcomer to the industry when he joined United in 2015 from CSX, the freight railroad where he had been president and chief operating officer. He previously was a director on United’s board and before that on the board of Continental Airlines.

When Mr. Munoz took the helm at United, the airline was struggling to overcome problems associated with its 2010 merger with Continental and a federal corruption investigation involving the company’s dealings with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Despite his lack of direct industry experience, Mr. Munoz helped turn United around. The airline’s stock has jumped more than 50 percent during his tenure, outpacing the 16 percent increase over the same period for the S&P 500 Airlines Industry Index.

While Mr. Munoz is credited with developing strategy and improving employee relations, Mr. Kirby has driven improvements in operations, said Savi Syth, an airline analyst with Raymond James.

“I think the two are quite complimentary to each other,” she said.

One of Mr. Munoz’s first accomplishments as chief executive was the completion of negotiations for new union contracts with pilots, flight attendants and mechanics. That, Mr. Didora said in his note, paved the way for better on-time performance and profitability.

Ms. Syth said Mr. Kirby had led a domestic strengthening for the airline, which focused on its international strengths during and after the Great Recession.

“Scott has really come in and with his team changed that dynamic, where they’re increasingly a much more important domestic player,” she said.

Ms. Syth and Mr. Didora both said they expected little to change under Mr. Kirby, who has led United’s push to further segment its cabins, introducing extra fees such as those that allow passengers to sit closer to the front of planes. He is also leading a multiyear effort to strengthen United’s hubs, particularly in Chicago, Denver and Houston. He has described that move as critical to growth.

In recent years, the United States airline industry has shrunk through mergers and acquisitions to four large carriers: American, Delta, United and Southwest. That has increased the importance of hub airports, where typically one airline is dominant.

United, which also has a major presence at Newark Liberty International and San Francisco International Airports, has done well financially in recent years. The company reported third-quarter earnings in October that topped analyst expectations.

As a result of its success, United has been able to close in on competitors like Delta, and Mr. Kirby is likely to continue to work toward that goal. “They made great strides, but I think they still have their sights on narrowing” the gap, Ms. Syth said.

Despite the airline’s turnaround, Mr. Munoz’s tenure was marred by several controversies. In April 2017, a passenger, Dr. David Dao, was dragged off a United flight at O’Hare International Airport when he objected to giving up his seat for an airline employee. Video of the incident quickly spread on social media and became the subject of days of news coverage and public commentary.

The airline was harshly criticized for how it handled the crisis, especially an email Mr. Munoz sent to employees that seemed to blame Dr. Dao. “As you will read, this situation was unfortunately compounded when one of the passengers we politely asked to deplane refused and it became necessary to contact Chicago Aviation Security Officers to help,” he wrote.

That only inflamed outrage at the company and Mr. Munoz, who later agreed to drop a clause in his contract under which he would become the company chairman while staying on as chief executive. The next year, a dog died on a United flight after it was stored in an overhead compartment.

Shares in the company rose after the company announced Mr. Kirby would take over from Mr. Munoz but were down 0.35 percent by the close of trading.

As part of the transition, Jane Garvey, the current chairwoman, will retire from the airline’s board of directors in May.

Katie Robertson contributed reporting.

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Woman Heading To Testify At Rape Trial Set On Fire In India

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As a 23-year-old woman in India was heading to testify against a man who allegedly raped her, a group of men that she says included her rapist attacked her and set her on fire. It’s yet another horrifying incident in a country grappling with high levels of sexual violence against women.

One of her doctors at a hospital in Uttar Pradesh says she is in very serious condition.

“She has 90 per cent burn injuries and we are taking utmost care. A team of doctors are observing her,” said Ashutosh Dubey, the medical superintendent of the Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Hospital, told The Times of India.

According to local news reports, the five men took the unnamed victim to a secluded spot, where they poured kerosene on her and set her on fire. Local authorities say all of them have been taken into custody, as Reuters reported.

The rape allegedly happened last December in Unnao district. According to the wire service, police documents indicate that the woman filed a complaint in March about the alleged attack. The accused man was apprehended – but a police officer told the wire service that “the alleged rapist was released last week after securing bail.”

Protests have erupted in India in the past week calling for justice over another violent incident – the rape and murder of a 27-year-old veterinarian in the city of Hyderabad.

As the woman was on her way home last Wednesday, NPR’s Lauren Frayer reported, police believe that “four men deflated her tires and posed as good Samaritans to trick her, and then gang-raped and murdered her.” Her body was also burned.

The four men were arrested, Frayer reported. According to Human Rights Watch, on the night of the woman’s murder, her family said police would not take a missing persons complaint and suggested that she eloped. After protests, three police officers were suspended.

Unnao, the district where Thursday’s incident took place, has been in the headlines in India recently over another sexual violence allegation. As the BBC reported, “police opened a murder investigation against a ruling party lawmaker in July after a woman who accused him of rape was seriously injured in a car crash.”

A poll last year from the Thomson Reuters Foundation ranked India as the most dangerous country for women in the world. “According to the latest government crime figures, police registered 33,658 cases of rape in India in 2017 – that’s an average of 92 rapes every day,” the BBC reported.

Outrage over a high-profile 2012 gang rape and murder of a young woman on a bus in Delhi prompted the government to make some reforms. But according to Human Rights Watch, “these changes largely remain on paper.”

“Survivors of sexual violence face formidable barriers, from reporting to police, to obtaining health care, counseling, and legal aid,” the rights group added. “Powerful perpetrators are often protected by authorities.”

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Indian woman who planned to testify against alleged rapists is set on fire, reports say

An Indian woman was set on fire on her way to testify against two men who allegedly raped her, according to reports.

In the city of Unnao in Uttar Pradesh, five men dragged the 23-year-old into a field, doused her in oil and lit her on fire. She’s in a Lucknow hospital in critical condition with 90 percent of her body covered in burns.

Two of the men involved were her alleged rapists, police said, according to the BBC. Another of the accused rapists was out on bail and the other had been on the run from police. Charges were filed against the men in March.

The woman was about to enter a railway station when the men grabbed her.

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The woman will soon be airlifted to the capital of Delhi for better medical care.

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Police said the woman had been in a relationship with one of her attackers last year. He reportedly promised marriage, physically exploited her then raped her with another friend, according to The Guardian.

Many were outraged that one of the alleged rapists had been released on bail.

“Extremely sad and shocked to hear that the Unnao rape victim was burnt earlier this morning. If the culprits were not shielded and prosecuted on time this wouldn’t have happened. Complete state of lawlessness in the state of Uttar Pradesh,” said Supriya Sule, a member of parliament for the Nationalist Congress party.

This incident is only the latest in a series of attacks on women in India that have sparked outrage. More than 32,000 rape cases were reported in the country in 2017, according to government figures, but the real figure is believed to be much higher.

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Last week, a 26-year-old veterinarian in Hyderabad was gang-raped then choked to death. Her body was burned and dumped. Protests were held across the country after the victim’s charred remains were found after her disappearance.

Days later in the state of Bihar, a teenager was allegedly gang-raped and killed before her body was set on fire.

The gang-rape of a lawyer in Jharkhand and the rape and murder of a 6-year-old child in Rajasthan were also reported.

Pressure mounted in parliament to know how the Indian government plans to implement greater protections against sexual violence in India.

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“The people want the government to give a proper and definite answer,” said Jaya Bachchan, a member of parliament and former Bollywood actor.

“I know it sounds harsh, but these kinds of people should be brought out in public and lynched,” she said in parliament.

The government has proposed rectifying the issue by introducing the death penalty for rapists, but activists believe rape is a societal issue of misogynistic attitudes.

One Indian film director Daniel Shravan received a wave of condemnation for his response to the Hyderabad rape case. He said, “Rape is not a serious thing, but murder is inexcusable.”

Shravan suggested on social media that “the government should legalize rape without violence for the safety of women.”

The posts, now deleted, told women who are about to be raped to “hand over a condom to the rapist and cooperate with him while he fulfills his sexual desire. That way he will not try to harm you.”

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A 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation report found India to be the most dangerous country for women in the world.

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Saudi Aramco to Raise $25.6 Billion in Biggest I.P.O. Ever

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Saudi Arabia’s giant state-owned oil company, Saudi Aramco, on Thursday set the price of its initial public offering at a level that would raise $25.6 billion, a sum that is expected to make it the world’s biggest I.P.O.

Saudi Aramco said it had set the initial share price at 32 riyals, or about $8.53, the high end of the range it forecast last month. It plans to sell three billion shares, 1.5 percent of the company. At that price, the company would be worth $1.7 trillion.

The amount raised by the sale would exceed the $25 billion raised by Alibaba, the Chinese online retail company, in its initial offering five years ago on the New York Stock Exchange.

And the total could go higher. The company said underwriters could decide to sell an additional quantity of shares that would raise the proceeds to $29.4 billion.

The I.P.O. will establish Aramco as one of the world’s most valuable companies, but the $1.7 trillion figure falls short of the Saudi royal family’s hopes of an offering that valued the company at close to $2 trillion.

Global investors proved to be skittish over the earlier valuations offered by the Saudi government. While its filings showed Aramco to be immensely profitable — it posted a profit of $68 billion for the first nine months of the year — its earnings have declined, and risks like global warming and geopolitical instability cast a pall over its prospects.

Aramco will sell its shares on the Riyadh stock market, the Tadawul. Trading is expected to begin Wednesday.

The I.P.O. process has been agonizingly slow since Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler, first raised the idea making the crown jewel of the Saudi economy a public company more than two years ago.

After big early promises, the Saudis have taken a more cautious approach, restricting the listing initially to Saudi Arabia in order to avoid the more rigorous disclosures that would be required in New York or London.

Despite Aramco’s big profits, oil companies are out of favor with some investors, who worry that concerns about the role of fossil fuels in climate change will eventually curb demand for Aramco’s large reserves of oil and gas.

Last month, the International Energy Agency forecast that world oil demand would flatten out in the 2030s because of increasingly efficient car engines and rising use of alternative energy sources.

In the shorter term, there are concerns that the combination of growing oil supplies from the United States, Canada, Brazil and other producers and weaker demand due to a slowing world economy may reduce Aramco’s profitability, potentially threatening its ability to pay the large dividends that it is promising investors.

The aerial attacks on Aramco facilities in September highlighted to potential investors the geopolitical risks of operating in the Persian Gulf. Iran was blamed for the attacks, which temporarily forced Aramco to cut production by more than half.

More broadly, the killing of the dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents last year has hurt the reputation of Prince Mohammed, and may repel some investors.

Still, the I.P.O. showcases the kingdom’s enormous oil wealth.

A prospectus giving Aramco’s financial results reveals some long-hidden details about the size of Saudi Arabia’s oil fields. Chief among these is a monster called Ghawar, which extends for about 120 miles in the eastern part of the kingdom. The world’s largest oil field, according to the prospectus, Ghawar has accounted for more than half of Saudi Arabia’s production, yet it still has reserves of 48 billion barrels.

The oil wealth doesn’t stop there. The kingdom has four more fields that dwarf most others.

Aramco produced 13.6 million barrels per day in 2018 on average, more than three times the 3.8 million reported by Exxon Mobil, according to the report.

The company, founded by United States oil companies (Aramco is short for Arabian American Oil Company), was nationalized by the Saudi government in the 1970s.

Carlos Tejada contributed reporting.

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Ohio farmer who left the GOP over Trump’s trade policies wants to unseat Representative Jim Jordan

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Pet duck needs penis removed after trying to mate ‘between 5 and 10 times’ per day: ‘It was pretty horrific’

And you thought you were having a bad day.

In a truly bizarre turn of events, a supposedly nymphomaniac duck had to have its penis removed after having too much sex. The animal reportedly traumatized the appendage, causing it to become infected.

The duck, named Dave, was living in the U.K. with its owner, Josh Watson, The New York Post reported. According to Watson, Dave would “mate with his female companions between five and 10 times a day.”

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Dave the duck reportedly was trying to have sex multiple times a day. (Kennedy News and Media)

Its amorous encounters weren’t limited to mating season, either.

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However, due to the number of times Dave was attempting to mate, the duck reportedly caused irreparable damage to its reproductive organ.

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Dave’s amorous encounters weren’t limited to mating season, either. (Kennedy News and Media)

“The end of his penis had basically died and it was pretty horrific,” Watson told The New York Post. “It started not going in and we’d give him a bath to keep it clean.”

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After attempting to use antibiotics to fix the problem, Dave took a trip to Bristol’s Highcroft Veterinary Hospital. There, it was determined that Dave’s sexual behavior had caused its appendage to slip out of place. Even worse, it had become septic.

If it had gone untreated, the condition could have become “life-threatening,” the doctor said.

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The decision was made to remove Dave’s penis.

According to its owner, Dave has been recovering fine after his operation, which left him with a centimeter-long stub. Watson speculated, however, that Dave was upset at the loss of the organ.

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Varney encourages Trump to ‘counterpunch’ the ‘elites’ after world leaders caught on video mocking president

Fox Business host Stuart Varney had some strong words for world leaders, who were shown appearing to laugh at President Trump behind his back at the NATO summit in the U.K. on Tuesday.

“Well, they were caught on camera on mic mocking President Trump. Laughing it up. Chuckling away. Oh, they seem so suave, superior, looking down on our president,” Varney said in Thursday’s episode of Fox Nation’s “My Take,” later suggesting President Trump should issue one of his “famous counterpunches” in response.

In a video shared by the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC), Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron are seen with others, including Princess Anne, having a conversation at a reception at Buckingham Palace about a press conference earlier in the day.

Trump had given an impromptu news conference and weighed in on the ongoing impeachment inquiry, as well as the fiery exchange he had with Macron over France not taking back any Islamic State (ISIS) fighters.

“Is that why you were late?” Johnson says to Macron in the CBC clip.

“He was late because he takes a 40-minute press conference off the top — ‘Oh, ya ya ya,'” Trudeau said, later adding: “You just watched his team’s jaws drop to the floor.”

Responding to the now-viral video, Varney fired back at the world leaders, encouraging them to look for solutions within their own countries.

“Canada’s Justin Trudeau — maybe he’s trying to recover from the humiliation of being forced to admit that Canada is not even close to paying its fair share to NATO back home. His approval rating is in the tank and his country underperforms America in every economic measure,” Varney said.

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“Emmanuel Macron, the president of France. He’s back in Paris now bracing for a full-scale general strike. France will shut down as Macron’s approval rate sinks to new lows,” he continued. “And the woman on the left nodding away… That is Princess Anne, sister of the disgraced Prince Andrew, who has been banished from public life. Does she think that’s funny?”

“Why Boris Johnson is joining in the merriment, I simply can’t imagine,” Varney added. “Doesn’t he want a trade deal with the president that he’s apparently laughing at?”

President Trump slammed Trudeau on Wednesday as “two-faced” when asked about the video during a bilateral meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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Trump then abruptly canceled a planned news conference with reporters in London.

“When today’s meetings are over, I will be heading back to Washington,” Trump tweeted. “We won’t be doing a press conference at the close of NATO because we did so many over the past two days. Safe travels to all!”

While some speculated that the sudden cancelation was due to the president’s fragile ego, Varney pointed instead to the simultaneous impeachment proceedings going on in the House, where Stanford Law professor Pamela Karlan faced criticism for bringing up President Trump’s youngest son Barron in a joke, sparking laughs from some in the House Judiciary Committee audience.

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“No wonder President Trump abruptly canceled his closing news conference and left town. Perhaps he came home to deal with the insulting treatment of his son Barron during the impeachment hearings,” said Varney, echoing the furious response issued by first lady Melania Trump on the matter.

Karlan used Barron Trump’s name to illustrate her point that President Trump can’t rule like a king.

“The Constitution says there can be no titles of nobility, so while the president can name his son Barron, he can’t make him a baron,” Karlan said in the committee room, prompting chuckles.

“Would you believe that some in the crowd laughed?” Varney asked. “Baron Trump is 13 years old. Fox News reports that Professor Karlan crosses the street to avoid walking past a Trump hotel. A constitutional scholar, no less. This is another occasion when the elites deserve one of the president’s famous counterpunches.”

Varney added, “We shouldn’t have long to wait.”

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