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as they may influence key swing voters on the GOP bills. estimated that the House GOP tax bill would cut revenue by close to $2 trillion, N. two of these counts were Class AA felonies and the other was a Class A felony. Billings County ND: Two counts of gross sexual imposition-sexual act by force both Class AA felonies and one count of gross sexual imposition a Class A felonyState’s attorneys in each county were present including: Stark County state’s attorney Tom Henning Golden Valley state’s attorney Christina Wenko Hettinger County state’s attorney Amy Pikovsky and Billings County state’s attorney Jay BrovoldNorth Dakota Bureau of Investigations special agent Timothy Helmer painted a disturbing picture for the court as he described interviews with the victim Helmer said the victim told him the abuse began when she was in first grade and her family lived in a different stateAt various points throughout the abuse Helmer said Watson had allegedly made threats against the victim if she did not comply The victim also told Helmer that Watson would allegedly choke her to make her comply at timesHelmer said the family moved to North Dakota around fall 2011 when the victim was about 13 years old and said the family lived in a tent for about three weeks near Patterson Lake in Dickinson According to a complaint filed in Stark County Watson allegedly "willfully engaged in any combination of three or more sexual acts or sexual contacts with a minor who was under the age of 15 during a time period of three or more months"The family then moved to Buffalo Gap Ranch in Golden Valley County in September 2011 There the victim told Helmer about a similar set of events Helmer said this occurred on a weekly basis until the family moved again around January 2012The family then moved to Medora in Billings County where more of the same acts occurred This abuse also continued on a weekly basis until the family moved again in April 2012 At one point the victim said they had to continue to do the acts "or else" though it was not clear exactly what that may have meant but the victim told Helmer she believed that potentially meant physical harmThe family then moved to South Heart located in Stark County where the alleged abuse continued on a weekly basisAfter a year the family moved again this time to Mott located in Hettinger County in April 2013 Again Helmer said the victim told him the abuse continued on a weekly basis However at this point the victim had said her "will was gone" and she "reluctantly" consented During this time either Watson or his wife allegedly told the victim they would kill her if she ever told anyone about the abuse The victim ran away from home the day she turned 18 and did not speak to them after thatWatson’s attorney Kevin McCabe said he believed Hettinger and Billings counties did not have enough probable cause to charge Watson with gross sexual imposition noting that according to Helmer’s testimony it was not clear exactly who threatened the victim with potential death if she told someone He also noted it was not clear when or where the alleged choking of the victim took placeSouthwest District Judge Rhonda Ehlis dismissed one Class AA felony and one Class A felony in the Hettinger County case as she believed there was not enough probable cause presented by the state to prove that the victim was "forced" to perform the acts In Billings County Ehlis dismissed both Class AA felonies again citing lack of probable causeWatson pleaded not guilty to all chargesEhlis also indicated that each case will have its own separate trial in its respective county dates for those trials have not been setBut at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday Trump got a comeuppance on the world’s biggest stage Delivering a speech that aimed to establish US "sovereignty" over the whims and needs of other nations the president’s triumphant moment was marred in the first minute when he was met by laughter – at his expenseThe embarrassing exchange came when Trump boasted that his administration had accomplished more over two years than "almost any administration" in American history eliciting audible guffaws in the cavernous chamber hallThe president appeared startled "Didn’t expect that reaction" he said "but that’s OK"Members of the audience chuckled again – perhaps this time in sympathyTrump continued his address which lasted an additional 34 minutes but the moment marked a pointed rejoinder from the international community to a president who has delighted in poking traditional US allies and partners in the eye on trade security alliances and general diplomatic bonhomie"He has always been obsessed people are laughing at the president From the mid-’80s he’s said: ‘The world is laughing at us They think we’re fools’ " said Thomas Wright a Europe analyst at the Brookings Institution "It’s never been true but he’s said it about every president It’s the first time I’m aware of that people actually laughed at a president I think it is going to drive him absolutely crazy It will play to every insecurity he has"For Trump the moment wasn’t just embarrassing It also punctured one of the core fabulist assertions of a president who has according to Washington Post fact-checkers made more than 5000 false or misleading statements since taking officeAs the midterm elections approach Trump has begun boasting of a long list of accomplishments for his administration at one point reciting them at a recent campaign rally from two pieces of paper that he pulled from his suit jacketIn doing so the president typically has claimed sweeping success and placed himself favorably in historical comparison to the nation’s greatest leaders At a rally in Springfield Missouri last week Trump was wrapping up an hour-long address to supporters with some flowery teleprompter prose about the courage of America’s founders when he strayed from the script to assert that his election in 2016 was "the greatest movement in the history of our country" At the United Nations Trump’s claim to have done more in less than two years than most of his 44 predecessors defied any bounds of reality – or hubris The difference was that he was not talking to a room full of excited red hat-wearing "MAGA" supporters who cheer him on"On one hand you feel ‘Oh god how awful that the American president is being laughed at on the world stage’ " said Julie Smith who served as deputy national security adviser to former Vice President Joseph Biden"But on the other hand you kind of feel good that Trump was finally escaping the bubble of political rallies that continually gives him the impression that everyone agrees with the false claims he is making" said Smith who watched the speech in Berlin where she is spending a year as a fellow at the Bosch Academy "There was a moment I thought to myself: ‘This is good that the president is being exposed to how the rest of the world sees him’"Though the laughter of the world leaders at the UN was spontaneous there might have been a bit of extra feeling behind it among some of the delegates in the room Television cameras caught German diplomats chuckling – perhaps a form of release after relations between Trump and Chancellor Angela Merkel got off to a bad start and have continued to devolveLast year Germans attending a conference at the Economic Council of the Christian Democratic Union in Berlin laughed and applauded after US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’ microphone was cut off in mid-sentence after he spoke past his allotted time via video feed Merkel then rebutted parts of his remarks in her own speechOn social media Trump’s critics quickly mocked him on Tuesday"American Presidents used to set the global agenda at the UNGA Now Trump gets laughed at" Ben Rhodes who as a top national security aide to former President Barack Obama helped craft UN speeches wrote on Twitter"The world just laughed @realDonaldTrump" comedian Wanda Sykes wrote in a tweet Referring to the variety show in Harlem in which the audience boos and heckles bad performers offstage she added: "Stay tuned they might go full ‘Showtime at the Apollo’ him"By the afternoon Trump was projecting an air of nonchalance telling reporters that his boast in the speech "was meant to get some laughter" But most weren’t buying it from a president who seldom laughs at himself and whose default expression is an unsparing glare"It’s got to hurt" Wright said "It was on camera and it was spontaneous It was on one of the biggest stages in the world"This article was written by David Nakamura a reporter for The Washington Post again explaining that mothers may well be shot during this time. 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