Saturday, 28 Nov 2020

Don Lemon Shines A Light On The Election Lies Spread By Donald Trump’s Adult Children

DJI Mini 2 Drone Arrives At $449

DJI has launched DJI Mini 2 drone, featuring 4K video and 4x optical zoom.

The drone sports OcuSync 2.0, which is the company’s data transmission technology. DJI Mini 2 has upgraded flight capabilities as compared to the DJI Mavic Mini.

DJI Mini 2 is priced at $449, while the DJI Mini 2 Fly More Combo is priced at $599. The combo comes with a propeller holder, a two-way charging hub, DJI 18W USB charger, and a shoulder bag. It also includes two more sets of battery and spare propellers and a bunch of extra spare screws.

DJI Mini 2 records 4K at 100Mbps at at 30 frames per second instead of the 2.7K and 40Mbps of its predecessor. It also shoot 12MP RAW still photos in addition to JPEG shots, and recording 1080 video opens the door to a 4X Zoom mode. QuickShot Modes in the drone consist of Dronie, Helix, Rocket, Circle, and Boomerang.

Live Updates: Control of the Senate will hinge on January runoff races in Georgia

Ingraham: Georgia Senate runoffs pit GOP against radical leftists

‘The Ingraham Angle’ host breaks down Jon Ossoff’s and Raphael Warnock’s platforms

Senate Republicans Wednesday secured their 50th seat in the quest to hang onto the majority with a win in Alaska by incumbent Sen. Dan Sullivan. 

One more victory will give Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., another term as majority leader and relegate Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and the Democrats to the minority once again.

Republicans have two shots at winning the 51st seat with two runoff races in Georgia in January. 

Control of the Senate will hinge on whether Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., will beat 33-year-old Democratic media executive Jon Ossoff and whether Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., will defeat the Rev. Raphael Warnock, pastor of the Atlanta church where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. preached.

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Trump campaign adviser Corey Lewandowski tests positive for coronavirus

WASHINGTON (REUTERS) – Corey Lewandowski, one of President Donald Trump’s most trusted advisers, tested positive for the coronavirus, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday (Nov 12).

Lewandowski, who served as Trump’s campaign manager for a portion of his 2016 bid for the White House and was advising his current re-election effort, was in Philadelphia challenging ballot-counting procedures last week and believes he was infected while there, the source said.

The source said Lewandowski, who tested positive on Wednesday, was experiencing no symptoms.

Siemens CEO warns 'jury is out' on a vaccine; as the company posts 28% jump in net income

LONDON — Siemens reported a net income of 1.9 billion euros ($2.24 billion) for its fourth quarter, up by 28% from a year ago.

This increase was boosted by the spin-off of Siemens Energy and other income from discontinued operations.

However, Siemens' orders and revenues were "strongly impacted" by negative currency translation effects during the same period.

"While shaping the structure of the new Siemens, our industrial and earnings performance in the quarter was up year over year," said Joe Kaeser, the company's president and chief executive officer, in a statement.

Speaking to CNBC Thursday, Kaeser said: "The jury is out obviously, the uncertainty with the pandemic is big."

"I believe there is light at the end of the tunnel the question is how long it's going to take until we are there."

This is a breaking news story and it is being updated.

EU Withholding Finance Access Is ‘Really Regrettable’, U.K. Says

A senior U.K. Treasury official urged the European Union to match its attempts to preserve cross-border finance, calling it “really regrettable” that the bloc hasn’t budged with weeks until the post-Brexit transition period expires.

The U.K., which this week unilaterally opened EU access to parts of its market, needs to see the EU reciprocate before it takes further steps, according to Katharine Braddick, director general of financial services at the Treasury.

“We need some more clarity from the EU on their intentions with regards to their own decisions before we will be able to make further announcements,” Braddick told industry executives during a virtual City & Financial Global conference Thursday “We think it is really regrettable that the EU hasn’t decided to assess the U.K. for a number of areas for equivalence.”

Braddick said the lack of so-called equivalence for investment banking under the EU’s signature securities law, the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, or MiFID II, creates uncertainty for the financial industry and regulators.

After the U.K. move this week, the European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, said it was still in the process of assessing the U.K.’s rules and would grant equivalence when it’s in the bloc’s interests, according to a spokesperson.

Don Lemon Shines A Light On The Election Lies Spread By Donald Trump’s Adult Children

CNN’s Don Lemon on Wednesday highlighted the misinformation that has been spread by President Donald Trump’s adult children in the wake of their father’s projected election defeat.

The “CNN Tonight” host noted how Donald Trump Jr. has flooded his Twitter feed with “unhinged and unfounded” claims about election fraud. The social media platform has marked many of his posts as “disputed.”

Eric Trump, meanwhile, was last week busted sharing a fake video that falsely claimed to show ballots cast for his dad being burned.

Lemon slammed Ivanka Trump for on Wednesday sharing this tweet from the Associated Press that called Alaska for her father:

Lemon said:

“Think about this, Ivanka. If you believe the Alaska projection enough to cheer about it on Twitter based on a projection by the media, then maybe you should be just as confident in your father’s loss and Joe Biden’s win, they are projections as well.”

Check out the video here:


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