Yesterday Attorney General Josh Hawley said that Governor Greitens unlawfully used a list of donors from his charity Mission Continues.
After yesterday's revelations, between this issue and the issue of the affair, more Republicans are stepping forward asking Governor Greitens to step down.
Some are upset and believe that Josh Hawley is just using his office for political gain- since he is running for U.S. Senate. Hawley however isn't the Republican pick as of yet. There is a primary in August.
- Missouri U.S. Senate Candidate list. (Missouri Secretary of State)
A Kansas City Democrat has filed an impeachment process against Governor Greitens.
- Resolution filed to begin impeachment process against Missouri governor accused of sexual misconduct. (KSGF)
- How does the impeachment process work in Missouri? (Missouri Times)
Yesterday a Southwest Airline flight from New York to Dallas had an engine blow and created a hole in the plane. One lady lost her life after almost being sucked out of the plane.
- Mother-of-two Wells Fargo executive from Albuquerque, 43, is named as woman who was killed after being sucked out of Southwest 737 jet window when engine exploded at 32,000ft. (Daily Mail)
- Southwest passenger who died in accident was nearly sucked out airplane. (KSGF)
The relationship between President Trump and Stormy Daniels has always been talked about like it's consensual- but the media is still obsessed with her story. She is now saying that someone threatened her about revealing the relationship, and she has released a sketch of the man. There is now a reward if you can name him.
- Stormy Daniels and lawyer offer $100K reward to identify 'thug' she said threatened her. (USA Today)
He was on with Stephen Colbert last night.
A White House advisor said that Nikki Haley might have had a moment of confusion when it comes to Syria and sanctions against Russia- she then fought back.
- 'I don't get confused': Nikki Haley hits back after White House contradicts her on Russia sanctions. (The Guardian)
They are closing 8,000 stores in late May for racial-bias training.