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Huawei will be allowed to build parts of Britain’s 5G network, Boris Johnson has ruled.
The Chinese company will be given access to “non-core” parts of the network but will be banned from “sensitive locations” such as military or nuclear sites.
The decision comes amid warnings from the United States and Tory MPs that giving Huawei access to 5G could jeopardise transatlantic intelligence sharing.
On Tuesday the National Security Council, which comprises the Prime Minister, senior Cabinet ministers and representatives of the security services, decided to proceed with the Huawei deal even though it is a "high risk vendor" because its risks can be "safely managed".
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, ET AL. v. NEW YORK, ET AL. has been granted a stay by the US Supreme Court
Kenneth Starr, the independent counsel whose investigation into President Clinton produced the famous Starr Report and ultimately led to Clinton's impeachment, compared the constitutional provision to war, arguing the process has been weaponized in a way that's inconsistent with the Founders' intentions.
"Like war, impeachment is hell," Starr said, adding he meant it was like a war of words, thanks to the First Amendment.
Starr is an interesting choice for the president's legal team, given his role in the push for Clinton's impeachment, which Democrats denounced as a politically motivated prosecution of the president for lying about sex. The former independent counsel attempted to argue that Americans are living in an "age of impeachment."
"In the House, resolution after resolution, month after month has called for the president's impeachment. How did we get here, with presidential impeachment involved frequently?" he said.
Ken Starr, whose investigation led to Bill Clinton's impeachment, now says impeachment is happening "all too frequently": "We are living in what I think can aptly be described as the age of impeachment." https://t.co/iwYPRsRtGPpic.twitter.com/JO12w11rd9
Ken Starr, whose investigation led to Bill Clinton's impeachment, now says impeachment is happening "all too frequently": "We are living in what I think can aptly be described as the age of impeachment."
"It is filled with acrimony and it divides the country like nothing else. Those of us who lived through the Clinton impeachment understand that in a deep and personal way," Starr said.
“I think I'll probably vote for Bernie... He’s been insanely consistent his entire life. He’s basically been saying the same thing, been for the same thing his whole life. And that in and of itself is a very powerful structure to operate from.” -Joe Rogan pic.twitter.com/fuQP0KwGGI