Zamboni Co., Inc. Frank J. Zamboni Co., Inc. Castor declined to use “graphics or a video tools his TV obsessed client had hoped to deploy.” And the former president was upset Castor “wore an ill fitting suit and at one point praised the case presented by the Democratic House impeachment managers,” The Washington Post adds, even though Trump himself was reportedly also impressed with the impeachment managers and their video presentation. And Castor notably “did what Trump himself has not: conceded Joe Biden won the presidential election,” The notes. He called Trump a “former president,” said he “was removed by the voters,” and argued that Americans are “smart enough to pick a new administration if they don like the old one, and they just did.” Trump continues to insist falsely that he actually won the election, and this “big lie” that the election was “stolen” from him undergirds his entire impeachment trial.
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The Levi’s jeans and Ray Ban sporting youngster, who was spotted from time to time with his lady friends in coffee shops, was one of the most sought after targets since Hizbul Mujahideen Burhan Wani was killed in July last year, according to a senior home ministry official. “The government’s approach on Kashmir is a three pronged one; concerted action against terrorists leading to their elimination where they refuse to surrender, notwithstanding local protests around encounter sites; parallel crackdown on Hurriyat separatists linked to terror funding and a softer attitude towards local civilians so that they don’t feel alienated or victimised,” a home ministry official said adding that this approach shall continue in the times to come. Sources in the government said the pressure on terrorists will be stepped up further, with definite plans to eliminate other high value terrorists like Abu Ismail and former Hizbul leader and now al Qaeda linked Zakir Musa.