Trump takes on violent games, Tesla Semi carries first cargo haul
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President Trump's meeting to discuss violence in video games is over.
The meeting included both industry executives and vocal critics of video games But not include experts involved in research on the topic.
After the meeting, attendee and Missouri State Representative Vicky Hartzler tweeted her thoughts, including, quote, discussions should not limited to just video games and guns, unquote.
Statistics largely indicate no correlation between violent games and real world violent crimes.
A Tesla semi is ready to get to work.
As the CEO, Elon Musk posted a photo depicting two of the company's autonomous trucks on his Instagram, announcing an initial cargo trip.
Each truck will be loaded with battery packs and will make a 260 mile trip from Tesla's Gigafactory in Nevada, to it's Fremont location in California.
The company aims to start production of the Tesla semi in 2019.
Director John Favreau will be going from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to a galaxy far far away.
Disney announced Favreau will write and executive produce a live action Star Wars series.
Favreau released a statement saying he "can't wait to embark upon this exciting adventure." The show will air on Disney's Planned streaming platform which is set to launch in 2019.
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