Trump impeachment: Name of alleged whistleblower shared widely online despite security concerns
Friday, 15 November 2019 () A week ago, YouTube and Facebook said they would block people from identifying the government official thought to be the whistleblower who set in motion an impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump. It hasn’t worked out so well. A name believed by some to be the whistleblower has been shared thousands of times on Facebook. Videos discussing the identity of the whistleblower have been watched by hundreds of thousands of people on YouTube. And images professing to be of the person have circulated on Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, under dozens of hashtags. The purported name of the whistleblower appeared on Facebook pages that, combined, were followed by over half a million Facebook users,...
President Trump tweeted about the impeachment inquiry.
President Trump has warned that his impeachment "would lead to the biggest FALL in Market History."
He tweeted Saturday: "Dow hits 28,000 - FIRST TIME EVER, HIGHEST EVER! Gee, Pelosi & Schitt have a good idea, 'lets Impeach the President.' If...
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the House of Representatives will file impeachment charges against US President Donald Trump for alleged abuse of power. The Democrat announced: "Our democracy is what..
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Stanford University law school professor Pamela Karlan, who was chosen by the Democrats as a law expert, referenced President Trump's son Barron on Wednesday during the Judiciary Committe's impeachment..
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