MbS' IPO; Trouble in Dresden; Trump at Madison Square Garden; Nunes' Plans for The Whistleblower

As usual, there’s way too much news for our increasingly vast number of associate solitary reporters to focus on, but we here at AP will do our best, ‘cause it’s a Total Team Effort.


Speaking of focus, according to associate solitary reporter Aziz Mustafa and our chief international correspondent, Larry Theis, Donald Trump and Son-in-Law-in-Chief Jared Kushner are totally focused on using their positions in the White House to augment their wealth, because they have bought all the shares in the upcoming Initial Public Offering of Saudi Aramco, the world’s very powerful oil company, as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS), who has Jamal Khashogghi’s blood on his hands, seeks to diversity the Sand Kingdom’s economy with an ambitious plan known as Saudi 2030.


It’s all about the money — as usual — and even female Saudi divorcees will be able to buy shares (https://www.bbc.com/news/business-50070823).


ASR Theis, a true man of the world if there ever was one, also tells us, with significant help from associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones, that Trump has heaped praise on the neo-Nazis who have forced the German government to declare a Nazi Emergency in Dresden (https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/02/europe/nazi-emergency-dresden-grm-intl/index.html).


Closer to home, Trump was booed yesterday in Madison Square Garden as he attended an Ultimate Fighting Championship (https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/02/politics/trump-ufc-fight-madison-square-garden/index.html).


Associate solitary reporter Lewis Thompson, the Denver-based Moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association, observed Trump in the ring, yelling for The Whistleblower to come out and fight him.


But the brave Whistleblower was too busy consulting with her or his attorney, Mark Zaid, who has challenged House Intel Ranking Member Devin Nunes to fess up to his many political sins (https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/03/politics/whistleblower-ukraine-trump-impeachment-written-questions-republicans/index.html).


Nunes told associate solitary reporter Melissa Smith that as soon as he gets his hands on The Whistleblower, he will personally drag her or him to Riyadh so MbS can put her or him in one of his many torture chambers.