William Roberts and Steve Chaggaris will update you throughout the day. Donald Trump's campaign released a new TV advertisement declaring the president accomplished the impossible: The UAE-Bahrain-Israel normalisation deals. "They said it couldn't be done. But President Trump did it," the advertisement says before mentioning his Nobel Peace Prize nomination (he is one of 318 total nominations in 2020). Clearly Trump sees the deals he helped broker as a major selling point to voters.
Longtime television journalist Charlie Rose on Tuesday addressed the sexual misconduct allegations made against him by eight women. While walking in New York, a paparazzi asked Rose about his "wrongdoings," which prompted the suspended CBS "This Morning" anchor to claim that his alleged actions weren't wrong.
Twenty-seven more women are accusing disgraced TV host Charlie Rose of sexual misconduct in a bombshell new report. Twenty-seven additional women have accused Charlie Rose of sexual misconduct, in a report that claims managers at CBS and PBS were told about his alleged inappropriate behavior through the years. In a new expose by the Washington Post, 14 women who worked with Rose at CBS and 13 who worked with him at other companies claimed the disgraced TV star sexually harassed them. CBS News denies that any human resources complaints were ever filed against Rose. The Washington Post reports a woman named Annmarie Parr reported an inappropriate interaction with Rose to management way back in 1986.