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Newly Obtained Flight Records Contradict Trump’s ‘Pee Tape’ Alibi: Report



Well, it turns out, President Donald Trump’s “pee tape” alibi to James Comey doesn’t hold up against flight records either, according to a new report published by Bloomberg.

The ‘pee tape’ allegation surrounding the President of the United States may sound absurd. But it’s been getting some serious scrutiny, thanks to recently reported conversations between Trump and his former FBI director James Comey.

According to Comey’s memos of his private conversations with the president last year, Trump claimed he couldn’t have been filmed in a hotel room watching what Trump called “golden showers thing” because he arrived early in the morning on the day of the pageant, and left shortly after it finished.

But that claim isn’t holding up to publicly available information. And on Monday, Bloomberg News revealed the most recent wrinkle: Flight records indicate that Trump arrived in Moscow on Friday and stayed through Sunday morning.

As reported by The New York Times, Trump borrowed his friend and business partner Phil Ruffin’s Global 5000 private jet for the trip to Moscow.

According to Bloomberg, which bought the flight records from an aviation data company called FlightAware, Ruffin’s jet flew from Las Vegas to Asheville, North Carolina on Nov. 6, 2013.

The next day —Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013 — Trump was widely seen attending a birthday tribute to the evangelist Billy Graham in Asheville. Later that same evening, Ruffin’s jet took off from Asheville bound for Moscow’s Vnukovo International Airport. The Bombardier jet landed in Moscow on Friday, Nov. 8, at a time unspecified in the records, according to Bloomberg.

And social media posts still up on Facebook and Instagram line up with the flight’s records.

Moscow’s swanky Nobu Moscow posted a picture of him on Facebook on Friday, Nov 8, taken outside in daylight. In that picture, Trump poses alongside Emin Agalarov, the young pop star from Azerbaijan who helped Trump bring the beauty pageant to Moscow. Emin, on his own Instagram, posted the same picture that Friday.

Welcome to Moscow @realdonaldtrump #missuniverse

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The beauty pageant itself was held Saturday, and Trump reportedly told Comey he left shortly after it concluded.

According to flight records, however, Ruffin’s airplane took off from Vnukovo airport at 3:58 a.m. Moscow time on Sunday a.m. The jet touched down at Newark Liberty International Airport, just outside New York City, on Sunday morning at 4:11 a.m. local time, according to the flight records.

Someone is lying and it appears to be Trump.

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Wisconsin Dairy Farmer Dumps 56,000 Pounds Of Milk Because ‘No One’s Buying It’



The coronavirus pandemic has dried up the marketplace for dairy products as restaurants, schools and businesses in food service have been closed. Now, dairy farmers are flushing away milk because no one is buying.

Mark Mueller, a Wisconsin dairy farmer said he dumped 56,000 pounds of milk on Friday, blaming restaurant closures because there was no place for him to haul his product.

The milk harvested from the nearly 1,000 cows will rot, Mueller told WFRV.

Mueller said he’s worried the COVID-19 pandemic is preventing dairy farmers from getting their milk to the market.

“It’s really depressing,” said Mueller. “It’s like all your hard work just running down the drain.”

Another farmer, Farmer Ryan Elbe, said his dairy farm is dumping about 30,000 gallons (113,562 liters) a day.

“We thought this would never happen,” Elbe said. “Everybody’s rushing to the grocery store to get food, and we have food that’s literally being dumped down the drain.”

CBS12 reported that Elbe’s cooperative, Dairy Farmers of America, has agreed to pay them for milk that’s being dumped.

For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia, and death.

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