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MIT Media Lab director resigns after Epstein investigation

CBS News Sunday, 8 September 2019
Internal emails discovered by The New Yorker revealed Joichi Ito helped conceal the donations, referring to Epstein as Harry Potter villain Voldemort or "he who must not be named"
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Sen. Bernie Sanders said he has “a better relationship” with Joe Biden than he had with Hillary Clinton. Sanders was the No. 2 contender in each of the last two Democratic presidential primaries. He told The New Yorker he thinks he has a “stronger” and “closer” relationship with Biden. The Hill reports that Biden and Sanders have known each other for 14-years. “I think the difference now is that, between you and me, I have a better relationship with Joe Biden than I had with Hillary Clinton.

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