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    Eric Trump dismissed fears he could be indicted and insisted he has led a 'clean life' after the Trump Organization was charged in a 15-count indictment. The son of the former president, 37, was asked if he was concerned if an indictment was coming his way after prosecutors brought tax fraud charges against the Trump Organization and chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg.  Speaking to Newsmax's Eric Bolling on Thursday, Eric dismissed these fears and insisted that he and his siblings Donald Jr, 43, and Ivanka, 39, have always led 'amazingly clean' lives. Eric, who is the executive vice president of the Trump Organization, said: 'You know what? I'm not, Eric, because guess what, we've always lived amazingly clean lives.  Eric Trump is not taking this well... pic.twitter.com/WtzimpjEhy— Andrew Feinberg (@AndrewFeinberg) July 1, 2021 Eric Trump, 37, said he is not concerned about being indicted prosecutors brought tax fraud charges against the Trump Organization and chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg 'And believe me, if they could've, they already would've, right? I mean, that's what they wanted, that was their end goal.'  He went on...
    I keep these 15 things around for life on the road. Jenn Norrell for Insider I've lived on the road for the past six years and found that these items are great to have around. Physical or electronic books and board games make for easy entertainment.  I'm always stocked up on kitchen supplies like tea and baking ingredients.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Over the last six years of living on the road with my husband and daughter, I have learned that although there are a few necessities for the lifestyle, most of what you choose to keep on hand is a matter of personal preference. Here's a glimpse into what my family always makes space for in our home on wheels:We've stocked up on both physical and electronic books We've made sure our daughter has grown up with physical books. Jenn Norrell for Insider We are a family of readers, and although my husband was able to convince me to use a Kindle, we wanted to make sure our daughter grew up with physical books....
    FIT, healthy and in her early forties, Sarah Dring thought she was unlikely to fall seriously ill from Covid-19. Yet a year after contracting the virus, Sarah is still suffering the consequences. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 10Sarah Dring, 43, reveals how she has coped with a year-long Covid despite being fit and healthyCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd The 43-year-old mother of three has been plagued by long Covid – and experts believe symptoms persist for five months or more among one in ten of those infected. Sarah, from Ashbourne, Derbys, tells Lynsey Hope how she coped with her year of health setbacks, while single-parenting Izac, 16, Noah, 13 and Cassie, five. MARCH 2020: VERTIGO I FELL ill before the first lockdown, suffering cold-like symptoms of a sore throat and runny nose. I didn’t have a cough or high temperature — the symptoms we were warned about — so I carried on going into the school where I work as a lunchtime supervisor. A couple of days later, my chest felt very tight and my...
    (CNN)For the past several years I have served as a pastor in Trump country. I have listened to the public and private fears, hopes and stories of those who feel unheard, ignored and scorned by America's elites in both political parties. While living in predominately White upstate New York and Western Pennsylvania, I commuted regularly to Atlanta, home of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and an influential Back middle class, that is reshaping "the blackest city in America," as "Saturday Night Live" comedian Michael Che calls it. As senior pastor of the historic Chautauqua Institution and as former president of Morehouse College, I have been able to feel the pulse of these two Americas side by side. Let me share some of the home remedies I have tried and tested in recent years. Just in case it may help my neighbors -- all of them. Robert M. FranklinLet us encourage a new etiquette for civic life that is rooted in respect, restraint, humility and humor. Let us remember that our ancestors are watching us. Since we are not yet...
    In a campaign tweet Wednesday, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden claims, “America was an idea. We’ve never live up to it but we’ve never walked away from it before.” America was an idea. We’ve never lived up to it but we’ve never walked away from it before. https://t.co/VRCnKI0rfQ pic.twitter.com/xLuhhGyJVp — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) October 22, 2020 In a recorded statement accompanied by text, the former vice president can be heard saying, “America was an idea, an idea. ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident.’ We’ve never lived up to it, but we’ve never walked away from it before, and I just think we have to be more honest. Let our kids know, as we raise them, what actually did happen. Acknowledge our mistakes, so we don’t repeat them.” While President Donald Trump first campaigned in 2016 on the slogan “Make America Great Again,” (MAGA) many Democrats have questioned whether America was ever great. (RELATED: Beto O’Rourke: ‘This Country … Is Still Racist At Its Foundation’) During his run for the party’s presidential nomination in May 2019, former South Bend,...
    Joe Biden was facing intense backlash Wednesday night for referring to America as an "idea" that "we've never lived up to." The Democratic nominee shared a clip from his interview on the podcast "Unlocking Us with Brené Brown," which was released earlier in the day.  "America was an idea, an idea," Biden said. "'We hold these truths to be self evident.' We've never lived up to it, but we've never walked away from it before. And I just think we have to be more honest. Let our kids know, as we raise them, what actually did happen. Acknowledge our mistakes so we don't repeat them."  BIDEN REPEATS GAFFE THAT HE'S RUNNING 'FOR THE SENATE,' APPEARS NOT TO REMEMBER MITT ROMNEY'S NAME Biden summarized the remark by tweeting, "America was an idea. We've never lived up to it but we've never walked away from it before." Biden was slammed by critics, including members of the Trump 2020 Campaign. "Joe Biden’s closing argument is that America has always been a disappointment," Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh reacted.  "@JoeBiden Where have you been...
    I'm a Canadian who has lived in London for more than seven years, and I've spent most of that time eating. While "best restaurant" lists are great, to find something memorable, you need personal recommendations. From food trucks to fine dining spots, here are the places where you should actually eat. Note: This is an updated version of a 2018 story, so prices/dishes are subject to change. Due to COVID-19, some restaurants on this list may not currently be open. You can check their websites for more information. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Struggling to pick less than 100 places to eat in London is probably a sign I eat out too much. As a genuine food obsessive, I can promise you that anyone who says British food sucks knows nothing about London's dining scene, which has a selection of the best eats from around the globe at a range of prices — if you know where to go. Best restaurant lists are full of great places, sure. But I'm talking about the places you'll remember, from...
    LIVING with severe chronic pain for over a decade had left writer Hannah Shewan Stevans desperate for a moment’s relief. After trying everything from medication to yoga, Hannah accidentally stumbled across a ‘cure’ for her condition while fooling around with an ex-partner. 5Hannah Shewan Stevans has been living with chronic pain for 12 yearsCredit: Supplied Here she tells Fabulous Digital how daily orgasms have given her her life back. After living with severe chronic pain every day for 12 years, I have discovered a nearly foolproof coping mechanism – orgasms. This revolutionary pain management technique has revitalised me and weakened the chokehold pain had on my life. My experience of chronic pain exploded out of nowhere at aged 14. While hanging out in my room, I felt a dull aching pain crawl up my spine and it has never really gone away. 5She recently discovered that daily orgasms can help relieve her fibromyalgiaCredit: Supplied Following its introduction as a mild irritation, the pain levelled up until it delivered daily bouts of searing stabs of pain and fierce aches that built...
    The biggest tourist attractions in Paris are currently free of selfie-takers. Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey Paris experienced one of the strictest lockdowns in Europe. Now, its café terraces and museums are open again, but the many overseas visitors have not yet returned. Living in the center of Paris for the past six years, I had learned to avoid the popular spots, but I'm now enjoying the city again. While many businesses have suffered from the lack of visitors, the silver lining is that residents can enjoy having their city to themselves for the moment. These photos show what Paris is like without the tourists.
    New York City. Gary Hershorn / Getty I've lived in New York City for the past five years and grew up just outside of it.  When the coronavirus hit New York earlier this year, it got me thinking about moving somewhere else.  With most storefronts and restaurants closed or operating at limited capacity, I wonder if the city is worth the high cost of living here.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I grew up just outside of New York City, and the first thing I did after my college graduation was make the city my home. For the past five years, I've hopped around New York City, living in Washington Heights and all over Brooklyn. While everyone agrees the city is too expensive, I've always been able to justify it with the exciting life I lead here. But in the past few months, everything has changed.  Back in March, the coronavirus swept through New York City, sickening many, shuttering storefronts, and changing the city I've come to know and love. This new normal has me rethinking...
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