Ilhan Omar’s Alleged Months-Long Affair; Apple Has Shared Your Private Conversations | Bullet Points 16

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Anders Hagstrom White House Correspondent
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Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar allegedly had a months-long affair, but the real story could be the campaign finance questions involved.

On this episode of Bullet Points, host Anders Hagstrom goes over Omar’s alleged affair with Tim Mynett, the CEO of a consulting company that worked with Omar’s congressional campaign. Omar’s campaign reportedly paid the company roughly $230,000 for travel expenses and campaign projects, though Beth Mynett alleges in divorce filings that her husband’s travel had more to do with his affair with Omar than actual work.

Also, Apple recently apologized to iPhone users for listening in on their conversations with Siri. The tech giant said small pieces of conversations were shared with third-party companies before they shut down the program when it became public.

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