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Ibrahim Galma, Senator Hope Uzodinma (M) on or about the 5th day of March 2018, NYSC, announced this on Thursday after supervising a low-key Passing out Parade (POP) for the corps members in Lafia. born in 1991, He has been charged with a Class B felony of burglary and two misdemeanors: criminal mischief and theft of property. where they are extremely qualified, was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Norfolk, who is scheduled to give remarks here this afternoon,D. who is running to unseat Sen Heidi Heitkamp D-ND Many of them brought along enthusiasm for tax cuts abiding faith in President Trump’s administration and a heavy skepticism of the media brushing aside concerns that the president is beset by investigations and scandal"I like his tax cuts I like his immigration control plans There’s not too much that I don’t agree (with)" said Marcella Bercier a Fargo resident who brought her daughter to the event She’s pleased with the recent Republican tax overhaul which she said has already boosted her paycheck and she’s unperturbed by recent press on Stormy Daniels the adult film actress who says she had an affair with the president "I didn’t hire him to be my pastor I voted for him to be my president What he did as a private citizen . I would have to cast the first stone wouldn’t I"Many guests felt similarly about the investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller examining potential collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia Despite a stream of indictments issued by Mueller’s team many of the president’s supporters saw political machinations at work"It gives me no hesitation It’s just a thorn in his side" said Chris Berge another guest waiting in line when asked about both the Stormy Daniels matter and the Russia investigation "I’m not concerned about that at all"Likewise for Jordan Smith 22 and a student at Minnesota State University Moorhead But Smith echoed some other guests’ hesitation to embrace the $13 trillion spending bill signed by Trump last week balking at the bill’s funds for Planned Parenthood its high price tag and especially the way it was "rushed through at the last minute" ahead of a government shutdownBut Smith knows who he supports Asked if he had any other thoughts about the visit he parted with a quick phrase:"Trump-Pence 2020" he saidIn a much-anticipated "60 Minutes" interview Daniels said she believed she was doing the right thing when she accepted $130000 from a company linked to Trump attorney Michael Cohen to stay quietThe hush agreement allowed her to protect her career and her family she said according to a transcript of the show And she was concerned about her family’s safety after what she described as a scary episode in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011 shortly after she first tried to sell her story to a tabloid magazineDaniels said she was taking her infant daughter out of the car to go to a fitness class when someone approached her"A guy walked up on me and said to me ‘Leave Trump alone Forget the story’ " Daniels told journalist Anderson Cooper "And then he leaned around and looked at my daughter and said ‘That’s a beautiful little girl It’d be a shame if something happened to her mom’ And then he was gone"Daniels said she didn’t know the man and she provided no evidence to back up her claim according to the transcriptBut she said she remained fearful over the years After the Wall Street Journal reported on the $130000 payment Daniels signed what she now describes as a false statement denying the affair In the "60 Minutes" interview she said she signed the statement under pressure from her former lawyer and business manager"They made it sound like I had no choice" she said While there was not any threat of physical violence at the time she said she was worried about other repercussions "The exact sentence used was ‘They can make your life hell in many different ways’ " Daniels told Cooper"They being " Cooper said"I’m not exactly sure who they were I believe it to be Michael Cohen" Daniels repliedCohen has denied threatening Daniels In the run-up to the "60 Minutes" broadcast Michael Avenatti Daniels’ attorney said repeatedly on cable news programs that his client would talk about threats she received because of her allegations against TrumpNeither Cohen nor his lawyer could be reached immediately for comment He told Politico earlier this month that he has "never threatened her in any way and I am unaware of anyone else doing so" He has also previously denied that Trump had an affair with Daniels Daniels’ former business manager did not comment Her former attorney Keith Davidson said he cannot speak publicly until Daniels waives attorney-client privilege but he does not believe that her assertions on "60 Minutes" "represent a fair and accurate description of the situation"The White House did not respond to a request for comment SundayThe "60 Minutes" broadcast comes just 72 hours after former Playboy centerfold Karen McDougal spoke to CNN about her own alleged affair with Trump before he was elected president McDougal has sued to break free of a confidentiality agreement that was struck in the months before the 2016 election for which she was paid $150000 McDougal says she signed her contract with the parent company of the National Enquirer which is helmed by a friend of Trump’s and which bought her story not to publish it but to bury itDaniels also has filed a lawsuit to break free of her hush agreement naming Trump and the company linked to Cohen as defendants She told "60 Minutes" that she decided to speak out "because it was very important to me to be able to defend myself"Representatives of Trump have dismissed the allegations saying that the affairs never happened and that Trump had no knowledge of any paymentsBut the two prime-time interviews – along with a judge’s decision this week to let a defamation lawsuit filed by former "Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos who alleges Trump groped her move forward – have intensified the spotlight on the president’s history with womenTrump and his wife were 1000 miles apart as Daniels told her story: Shortly before the interview aired Trump flew back to Washington from a weekend trip to Mar-a-Lago his Palm Beach Florida estate First lady Melania Trump remained in Florida where she usually spends spring break according to a spokeswomanTrump complained to associates at Mar-a-Lago over the weekend about the attention the media has given Daniels according to people familiar with the conversations who spoke on the condition of anonymity to be candidThe "60 Minutes" interview began a few minutes after its scheduled 7 pm start time thanks to an NCAA basketball tournament game that went into overtime On the program Daniels described meeting Trump at his Lake Tahoe hotel room during a celebrity golf tournament weekend When she asked about Melania – to whom he had been married less than two years and with whom he had an infant son – he did not want to talk about it Daniels said"He brushed it aside said ‘Oh yeah yeah you know don’t worry about that We don’t even – we have separate rooms and stuff’ "They spent several hours together over dinner and he told her that he wanted to get her onto "The Apprentice" his reality television show Then Daniels went to the bathroom and when she returned he was sitting on the bed"I realized exactly what I’d gotten myself into And I was like ‘Ugh here we go’ " Daniels told "60 Minutes" Unlike McDougal who professed to have loved Trump Daniels said she was not attracted to him and had gotten herself into a "bad situation"Though she didn’t want to have sex with Trump she considered the sex consensual "I was not a victim I’ve never said I was a victim" she saidTrump called her frequently over the next year and she saw him a few times but they never again had sex she said He continued to say he wanted to get her a spot on "The Apprentice" In July 2007 about a year after they met he asked her to meet him at the Beverly Hills Hotel to discuss a development related to "The Apprentice"They spent four hours together with Trump touching her leg and talking about "how great it was the last time" Daniels said When she asked about the development he said he would let her know the following weekShe said she took her purse and left The next month he told her that she would not be on "The Apprentice" – and they never met againDaniels whose real name is Stephanie Clifford gave an interview about the alleged affair to the tabloid In Touch in 2011 But that interview – which allegedly sparked the threat in Las Vegas – was not published at the time because Cohen threatened to sue according to "60 Minutes" relying on two former employees of the magazine In 2016 during the final months of the presidential campaign she again started talking to media outletsShe was offered "a large payday multiple times" for her story but turned it down she said on "60 Minutes"Instead of giving another interview she and her former attorney struck a deal with Trump attorney Cohen according to the "60 Minutes" interview and Daniels’ lawsuit In late October just days before the presidential election she was paid $130000 in exchange for her silence the lawsuit saysBeyond titillating details of a porn star’s alleged affair with the now-president the "60 Minutes" interview explored the legal implications of the alleged effort to silence Daniels The payment has become the subject of complaints to the Justice Department and the Federal Election CommissionCohen has said that he made the payment without reimbursement though he has not said what it was for The government watchdog group Common Cause argues that the payment was intended to influence the 2016 election by silencing Daniels and therefore was an illegal in-kind contribution to Trump’s campaign Cohen has called the Common Cause complaints "baseless"On "60 Minutes" Trevor Potter a former chairman of the FEC appointed by President George HW Bush said he believes the payment could be seen as a campaign contribution and could create an "enormous legal mess" for Cohen and Trump He said the problem is particularly acute for Cohen if he was not reimbursed because he far exceeded the individual legal gift limitAvenatti Daniels’ lawyer disputes the notion that Cohen was working in his personal capacity when he arranged the hush-money agreementIn the "60 Minutes" segment he said Daniels’ former lawyer sent her nondisclosure agreement to Cohen at his Trump Organization office in Trump Tower and he showed what he said was the Fed Ex confirmation The cover letter with that document refers to Cohen as executive vice president and special counsel to Donald J Trump the Trump OrganizationThe White House has denied that Trump knew anything about the payment to DanielsCharles Harder a lawyer representing Trump in the Daniels case did not respond to a request for comment Sunday Neither did representatives of the Trump Organization or the Trump campaignWhile her newfound status as a household name has improved her marketability increasing her fees for strip club appearances speaking out carries real financial risks for DanielsIn her lawsuit filed earlier this month she argues that the agreement she signed – which requires that she stay silent on matters related to Trump and take any dispute to secret arbitration – is null and void because Trump did not actually sign the document But if the court holds that the agreement is valid Daniels could owe a hefty billEach violation of the agreement carries a $1 million penalty In court documents filed last week Cohen said Daniels had breached the contract at least 20 times and he intends to collect at least $20 million from herAuthors Information: Frances Stead Sellers is a senior writer at The Washington Post?
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