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    (EDX Daily Up) – That’s the best story of today! Netflix will change the true story that is going viral on social media. Thanksgiving is upon us, which means the holiday season is in full swing. Jamal Hinton and Wanda Dench will be the next heroes Netflix. The streaming giant was inspired and captured by a true story Viral Who moved the world Social Websites. Called the “Thanks Giving Text”, the film tells the story of an improbable encounter between two strangers during a Thanksgiving exchange. A story that is spreading virally on social websites. Last week we celebrated the 6th Thanksgiving with Jamal (JamalHindon12 ) And Grandma Don’t! Now we can see the story reviving as a family on Netflix! pic.twitter.com/FMvYu4EanW – Strong black lead (@strongblacklead) December 2, 2021 They did not know each other, but decided to celebrate Thanksgiving It all started in 2016. Wanda Dench, a 64-year-old white grandmother, sends out a message inviting her grandson to a traditional Thanksgiving meal at the end of November. But his text message did not reach the right...
    Disgraced former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo shared a Thanksgiving message with a family photo including his mother and three daughters - one of whom is seen wearing a $1,300 Stella McCartney sweater. Cuomo, 63, resigned from office in August after investigators working for New York Attorney General Letitia James authored a report concluding he had sexually harassed 11 women.  Cuomo tweeted: 'Today and everyday, I’m thankful for my girls Cara, Mariah & Michaela and for our family’s rock, my mom, Matilda Raffa Cuomo.' He posted the message with a family photo showing himself, in a navy blue suit, standing on a green lawn littered with fallen leaves alongside his daughters. Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo, 24, is seen wearing this $1,300 Stella McCartney SMILE sweater  Andrew Cuomo, 63, has been with charged with sexual assault by the Albany County Sheriff's Office. He denies the claims and his lawyer Rita Glavin said 'timing of the charge' is 'highly suspect' as it was announced on the same day New York Attorney General Letitia James announced she was running for Governor  Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo, 24,...
    Getty Former President Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a rally at the Iowa State Fairgrounds on October 9, 2021. Former President Donald Trump put out a Thanksgiving message through his spokesperson on Twitter, which some of his followers believe hints at a 2024 Presidential run. Trump, who was voted out of office and replaced by President Joe Biden during a tumultuous time involving an attempted siege of the U.S. Capitol, posted the letter through spokeswomen Liz Harrington, because he remains banned on Twitter. It said: A very interesting time in our Country, but do not worry, we will be great again—and we will all do it together. America will never fail, and we will never allow it to go in the wrong direction. Too many generations of greatness are counting on us. Enjoy your Thanksgiving knowing that a wonderful future lies ahead!
    Donald Trump shared a Thanksgiving messge to the nation that hinted he may run for president again. 'A very interesting time in our Country, but do not worry, we will be great again - and we will all do it together,' the former president said in a statement.  'America will never fail, and we will never allow it to go in the wrong direction. Too many generations of greatness are counting on us. Enjoy your Thanksgiving knowing that a wonderful future lies ahead!,' he added.  Trump has been hinting he will seek another term in office since he lost the 2020 election, which he falsely claims was stolen from him.  But he has not formally announced a challenge to President Joe Biden.  Trump's Thanksgiving message also played off his 'Make America Great Again' campaign theme from last year.  Trump told Fox News he will make a decision on another run after the 2022 midterms. 'I am certainly thinking about it and we'll see,' Trump said. 'I think a lot of people will be very happy, frankly, with the decision, and...
    Fox & Friends co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy on Wednesday slammed Dr. Anthony Fauci's Thanksgiving guidance as "dangerous" in an appearance on "Fox News Primetime," accusing him of sowing familial division and conflict over the holidays. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the Chief Medical Advisor to the President, implored people to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday with vaccinated family members in a recent TV appearance on CNN. FAUCI PROMOTING THANKSGIVING FOR VACCINATED AMERICANS "Obviously if you’re not vaccinated, you’re in a situation where you are more vulnerable to get infected," Fauci told the network. "In the family setting, particularly among vaccinated people, enjoy the holiday." Campos-Duffy criticized what she called a "very Marxist" message. "The second part is actually very dangerous to me," she said. "He says you need to surround yourself with vaccinated people. So that means you need to divide your family you need to separate your family….turning families against each other, [is] very Marxist." Campos-Duffy also urged families not to shy away from political conversations at Thanksgiving dinner. "This is a time families getting together at Thanksgiving gets a bad rap...
    Jenna Bush Hager was moved to tears by a heartfelt video message from her parents while celebrating her milestone 40th birthday one day early on the Today show Wednesday.  The former first daughter, who will be ringing in the next decade of her life with her twin sister Barbara Bush on Thanksgiving Day, was fêted with happy birthday messages and a thoughtful gift from her fourth-hour co-host Hoda Kotb.  One of the highlights of the day was the video tribute from Jenna's parents — George W. and Laura Bush — that she watched live on the air with tissues on hand for her inevitable tears.  Scroll down for video   Major milestone: Jenna Bush Hager celebrated her 40th birthday one day early on the Today show Wednesday  Aww! Jenna's parents, George W. and Laura Bush, paid tribute to her and her twin sister Barbara Bush in a sweet video message that had her reaching for the tissues 'Hey Jenna, 40 years ago today your dad and I were thrilled to welcome two baby girls into the world,' her mom said. 'You and Barbara have made...
    President Joe Biden paid tribute to immigrant farm workers, grocery store employees, and frontline medical staff in his Thanksgiving proclamation on Wednesday, while telling families missing a loved one that they are not alone.   The message came during Biden's stay at billionaire David Rubenstein's private compound on Nantucket, where Joe and Jill Biden are spending the holiday with the Bidens' children Hunter and Ashley, Hunter's wife Melissa and a gaggle of grandkids: Naomi, Finnegan, Maisy, Natalie, Hunter, and Beau Biden; and, Peter Neal, Naomi's fiancé.  'We are grateful for the farm workers and frontline workers, many of whom are immigrants, who make sure our food is harvested and shipped, keep our grocery stores stocked, and keep our cities and towns clean and safe,' Biden said. 'We are grateful for the health care professionals working to vaccinate our Nation, the nurses who comfort and help people, and the doctors who provide care and compassion,' he noted. And, he added, 'as we celebrate, we will also be thinking of the many families feeling the pain of an empty chair at the Thanksgiving table....
    (CNN)When a president has to assure Americans there'll be enough turkey for Thanksgiving, it's a sure sign of national malaise.That was the case Tuesday as the holiday season begins with citizens, already wearied by the worst public health crisis in 100 years, now punished by rising prices, the painfully high cost of gasoline and fears that winter's arrival could mean another spike in Covid-19 cases. President Joe Biden's transformational agenda is designed to reorient the economy toward working people. But American wallets and morale are hurting now, so its complex programs, which may take months or years to deliver relief, won't lighten the dark mood music on a holiday he is spending on Nantucket.While there are some strong signs in the economy pointing to job and wage growth, Republicans are seizing upon the country's difficulties to lambast Biden's leadership, increasingly confident of big wins in the House and Senate next year. Every day brings new evidence for their case, with headlines about Dollar Tree raising its eponymous baseline price to $1.25 and with staples like breakfast cereal set to cost...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday defended President Joe Biden's decision to spend the Thanksgiving on Nantucket, saying food prices weren't that high and everyone should spend the holiday with loved ones. The president has come under fire for heading to the posh island off the coast of Massachusetts to spend the rest of the week at the home of billionaire Carlyle group co-founder David Rubenstein.  Biden ran for president as a symbol and representative of the middle class. The Biden family has been spending Thanksgiving on the island nearly every year since 1975, including when he was vice president. 'There are abundance of turkeys available. They're about $1 more for a 20 pound bird, which is a huge bird if you're feeding a very big family, and that's something that again, we've been working to make sure people have more money in their pockets to address,' she said at her daily White House press briefing. White House press secretary Jen Psaki defended President Joe Biden's decision to spend the Thanksgiving on Nantucket, saying foor prices weren't that high...
    (CNN)As the holiday season approaches and many across the US are setting up their Douglas firs, white pines or spruce trees in the house, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has sent out an alarming warning.The CPSC took to Twitter Saturday, posting a striking image of a fiery skeleton in a living room decorated for Christmas. Text on the image says, 'WATER YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE' and 'A dry Christmas tree burns faster than newspaper.'The image was posted with the word 'Soon.' in the tweet. The message, while a little morbid, is getting plenty of attention and acts as a good reminder."CPSC is always looking for new and innovative ways to reach consumers with our messaging, especially as families begin to gather and celebrate the holidays." Nychelle Fleming, the agency's communications specialist, told CNN Tuesday.This post was a part of the company's yearly holiday safety campaign.Read MoreJoe Galbo, social media specialist for the commission, pointed out, "In a matter of seconds, a whole room can be consumed by a flaming Christmas tree. So, while the skeleton was a very dramatic...
    Alex Trebek passed away on November 8 at the age of 80 following a battle with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. This is the first Christmas his family is spending without the beloved Jeopardy! host. His widow Jean, who was married to the TV star for 30 years, took to Instagram to reveal she enjoyed the holiday with their two children, daughter Emily and son Matthew. Sad loss: Alex Trebek passed away on November 8 at the age of 80 following a battle with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. This is the first Christmas his family is spending without the beloved Jeopardy! host; Alex and his wife Jean in 2019 Time with their kids: Jean, who was married to the TV star for 30 years, took to Instagram to reveal she enjoyed the holiday with their two children, daughter Emily and son Matthew In a stunning portrait, the two smiled as sunlit, ragged mountains could be seen in the background. 'Time is too precious to be spent on anything other than kindness. Many blessings of beauty and joy to you and all you hold...
    By DON THOMPSON | The Associated Press SACRAMENTO  — California’s health care system is in the throes of a coronavirus crisis stemming from ill-advised Thanksgiving gatherings, top executives from the state’s largest hospital systems said Tuesday as they put out a “desperate call” for residents to avoid a Christmas repeat they said would overwhelm the state’s medical system. Increasingly exhausted staff, many pressed into service outside their normal duties, are now attending to virus patients stacked up in hallways and conference rooms, said officials from Kaiser Permanente, Dignity Health and Sutter Health, which together cover 15 million Californians. The CEO of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital in Los Angeles, Dr. Elaine Batchlor, separately said patients there have spilled over into the gift shop and five tents outside the emergency department. The officials offered what they called a “prescription” for Californians to slow the virus spread, a marketing effort dubbed “Don’t share your air.” The underlying message is to stay away from people from other households, which is what many failed to do at Thanksgiving. “We simply will not...
    The Daily Caller’s Caity McDuffee recently talked with Fox Business’ host Charles Payne about a message he received from a college professor who hopes him and his family get  COVID-19.   “I hope you have a huge Thanksgiving and everyone at it gets coronavirus. You are such an idiot. Make sure your whole family including your grandparents are there and then you can play Russian roulette with their lives,” the message said.   Payne told the Daily Caller he believes he received the message because of a segment he did on Fox & Friends discussing Thanksgiving restrictions. “We talked about all these restrictions and whether or not people should have Thanksgiving,” Payne said. “You know, my whole point was during the interview was that quite frankly I think this is the year perhaps more than any ever in our lifetime we need Thanksgiving.” (RELATED:Charles Payne Unloads On Harvard After University Refuses To Return Coronavirus Relief Cash) Payne then said that the person who sent him the message is responsible for educating young adults. “What struck more than anything else was that this...
    Alex Trebek’s posthumous Thanksgiving message urged people to “keep the faith” and remember that there were still “many reasons to be thankful.” In the video message, which was shared Thursday by the official “Jeopardy” Twitter account, the late longtime host acknowledged the trials and hardships of the year and expressed his hope that overcoming those trials would ultimately make society better. (RELATED: ‘Jeopardy!’ Host Alex Trebek Dead After Pancreatic Cancer Fight) WATCH: High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex’s Thanksgiving message from today’s show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/8OlpkSGi9r — Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) November 26, 2020 “You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful. There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors, and that’s a good thing,” Trebek said. “Keep the faith. We’re going to get through all of this, and we will be a better society because of it,” he concluded. Trebek passed away...
    Olivier Douliery/Getty Images President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Friday to insist that President-elect Joe Biden received record low numbers for his Thanksgiving Day Address — meaning he could not have possibly received the votes needed to win the election. Trump cited an OAN report in his tweet, which claimed that Biden only received a thousand views, adding, “Numbers don’t lie, or add up!” REPORT: Biden’s Thanksgiving Day Address gets just 1000 views online, a record low. Observers say a candidate with “80,000,000” votes would get many more online viewers. Numbers don’t lie, or add up! @OANN — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 27, 2020 CNN’s Brian Stelter posted the OAN clip to Twitter, noting that the source for the claim that Biden only received a thousand views is a Twitter user: This is Trump’s source: “Reports Thursday found Biden’s live stream address got only one thousand views online.” Source? A random guy’s tweet. Then this “news anchor” called Biden’s speech “another baseless attempt to pose as the winner of the recent elections.” pic.twitter.com/W7HE3T8p4O — Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) November 27, 2020 “Joe Biden...
    The much-missed ‘Jeopardy!’ host Alex Trebek taped enough episodes of his show to last until the first weeks of January, and in so doing was able to offer a message of hope in these times of coronavirus. Despite suffering through the late stages of pancreatic cancer, he was still hosting new episodes of the show up until 10 days before his death three weeks ago. The official ‘Jeopardy!’ Twitter account posted a clip from the show that aired on Thanksgiving. “High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex’s Thanksgiving message from today’s show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!,” the tweet read. High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alexs Thanksgiving message from todays show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/8OlpkSGi9r — Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) November 26, 2020 “In spite of what America and the rest of the world are experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful,” Trebek said in the pre-recorded message. “There are more and more people extending helpful hands...
    A Thanksgiving marked by surging covid-19 cases and questions about a leading vaccine candidate Health Canada could approve first Covid-19 vaccine in December Alex Trebek pre-recorded a heartfelt Thanksgiving Day message for fans where he asked them to keep the faith © ABC Alex Trebek offered fans a message of hope for America and the world in a pre-recorded Thanksgiving Day message. ABC Thursday's episode of "Jeopardy!" opened with a heartfelt Thanksgiving Day message from Alex Trebek. The Emmy-winning TV host died at age 80 earlier on November 8 after battling pancreatic cancer. Trebek pre-recorded episodes of the game show that will air into early 2021. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Thursday's episode of "Jeopardy!" opened with a Thanksgiving message from Alex Trebek that was pre-recorded before his death on November 8. "Keep the faith; we're gonna get through all of this, and we will be a better society because of it," Trebek told viewers in a clip which was released on the show's official YouTube page ahead of the show's broadcast. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Strolling through Plaza de Cesar Chavez, it almost felt like any other holiday season.On Thanksgiving evening, the San Jose Downtown Association flipped the switch on a light display -- illuminative trees, glowing arches and a Christmas tree as a centerpiece shone bright for all to see.RELATED: Oakland Zoo's Glowfari lights up the nights this holiday seasonWith the pandemic shutting down the skating rink and moving the annual Christmas at the Park to a drive-thru location, the display is the only thing left to give the downtown area a festive feel."There was just no way we were going to leave the heart of the city dark, especially during this time when everybody needs to be uplifted," said Scott Knies, executive director of the San Jose Downtown Association.The Luzano family took a stroll down for pictures. It's part of their Thanksgiving tradition to visit the park for hot chocolate and rides. This year, they were just trying to feel a little normal.RELATED: Golden Gate Park to transform into winter wonderland light exhibit for 150th anniversary"It feels like...
    Alex Trebek offered fans a message of hope for America and the world in a pre-recorded Thanksgiving Day message. ABC Thursday's episode of "Jeopardy!" opened with a heartfelt Thanksgiving Day message from Alex Trebek. The Emmy-winning TV host died at age 80 earlier on November 8 after battling pancreatic cancer. Trebek pre-recorded episodes of the game show that will air into early 2021. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Thursday's episode of "Jeopardy!" opened with a Thanksgiving message from Alex Trebek that was pre-recorded before his death on November 8. "Keep the faith; we're gonna get through all of this, and we will be a better society because of it," Trebek told viewers in a clip which was released on the show's official YouTube page ahead of the show's broadcast. Here's Trebek's message in full: "Happy Thanksgiving, ladies and gentlemen. You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful. There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness...
    By Evan Simko-Bednarski | CNN Alex Trebek, the late host of the long-running game show “Jeopardy!,” had a Thanksgiving message for viewers, urging them to “be thankful” and “keep the faith.” The message was recorded earlier this year as part of the Thanksgiving Day episode. “Jeopardy!” tweeted the clip Thursday morning, ahead of the planned broadcast. High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alexs Thanksgiving message from todays show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/8OlpkSGi9r — Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) November 26, 2020 The beloved TV host died Nov. 8, less than two years after announcing he was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. In the posthumous message, Trebek acknowledged the unprecedented difficulties facing the nation this Thanksgiving. “You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful,” Trebek said in the video. “There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors,” he continued, “and that’s a good thing.” A spokesperson...
    (CNN)Alex Trebek, the late host of the long-running game show "Jeopardy!," had a Thanksgiving message for viewers, urging them to "be thankful" and "keep the faith."The message was recorded earlier this year as part of the Thanksgiving Day episode. "Jeopardy!" tweeted the clip Thursday morning, ahead of the planned broadcast. The beloved TV host died November 8, less than two years after announcing he was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. In the posthumous message, Trebek acknowledged the unprecedented difficulties facing the nation this Thanksgiving."You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful," Trebek said in the video.Read More"There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors," he continued, "and that's a good thing."A spokesperson for the show did not immediately respond to inquiries regarding when the episode was taped.The late host's message airs as Americans observe a markedly different Thanksgiving from years past, with record numbers of coronavirus infections and nearly a quarter of a million people...
    In a surprise news conference on Thanksgiving Day, President Trump took questions from the press for the first time since losing re-election—but he doubled down on his “rigged” election claims and appeared to deny the reality that his presidency is ending, saying it will be “very hard” for him to concede to Joe Biden. “I think it’s not right he’s trying to pick a Cabinet,” Trump complained after railing against the supposed “massive fraud” that he claims gave Biden victory. Reiterating his claims of voter fraud in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia despite the fact that state authorities have already certified the election results in those states, Trump appeared to become combative when asked if he would concede if the Electoral College votes for Biden on Dec. 14: “It’s going to be a very hard thing to concede. Because we know there was massive fraud.” “Time isn’t on our side … this was a massive fraud, this should never take place in this country, we’re like a third-world country,” he said, suggesting that faulty vote-counting machines gave Biden millions of extra...
    Paige Spiranac is used to the internet commentary from her legions of followers, but there are certain remarks she won’t stand for. Earlier this week, the “Playing A Round” podcast host, 27, joined social media in commenting on golfer Greg Norman’s bulging beach shot, updating his nickname to “hammerhead shark.” When one follower quote-retweeted Spiranac on Wednesday with the message, “Complains about men commenting about her body, comments about a mans body. Can’t have it both ways, Paige.” “I get this comment all the time. I want to set the record straight. I have never and will never complain about that. Just don’t call me a slut or a whore solely based on the tops I like to wear. It’s not that hard to understand,” Spiranac tweeted . Although Spiranac received support from fans for the tweet, she made it clear she’ll stand up for herself if a certain line is crossed. “If someone makes a joke about my tits, I laugh. I know my brand. But there is a line and guys cross it more than not. That’s...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Even after his death earlier this month from pancreatic cancer, “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek continues to inspire people. “Jeopardy!” posted a clip from Thursday’s pre-taped show on its Twitter account, with Trebek wishing the audience a “Happy Thanksgiving” and imploring them to “keep the faith” amidst a year dominated by the coronavirus pandemic. High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alexs Thanksgiving message from todays show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/8OlpkSGi9r — Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) November 26, 2020 “Happy Thanksgiving ladies and gentleman. You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful. There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors, and that’s a good thing. Keep the faith; we’re going to get through this, and be a better society because of it,” Trebek said. “Jeopardy!” episodes hosted by Trebek will continue to air through Christmas Day. In 2019, Trebek announced that he was diagnosed...
    "Jeopardy!" on Thursday revealed a touching Thanksgiving message from former host Alex Trebek, which was prerecorded before his death earlier this month. Trebek, who was battling pancreatic cancer at the time, told viewers to "keep the faith" amid the coronavirus pandemic and said "there are many reasons to be thankful." "In spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful," Trebek said on the "Jeopardy!" set. "There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors, and that's a good thing. Keep the faith; we're gonna get through all of this, and we will be a better society because of this." High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex's Thanksgiving message from today's show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/8OlpkSGi9r— Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) November 26, 2020 Before his death on November 8, Trebek prerecorded shows that were originally intended to air through the holiday season. The show announced earlier this week that "due to anticipated preemptions...
    Black Friday Deals on The North Face Men’s Winter Jackets, Fleeces & Hoodies – Save Up To 30% Today Kayla Harrison vs. Cris Cyborg? PFL champion says she would jump at that opportunity Watch Alex Trebeks touching message from Thanksgivings Jeopardy! episode: Keep the faith © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Late Greats 2020 Alex Trebek isn't done sharing his wisdom with Jeopardy! viewers just yet. Though the quiz show's longtime host died at age 80 on Nov. 8, Trebek taped enough episodes before his death to run through the holiday season. On Thursday, the official Jeopardy! Twitter account shared a clip from the episode airing Thanksgiving Day, featuring Trebek sharing a message of hope with viewers at the start of the game. "Happy Thanksgiving, ladies and gentlemen," Trebek says in the clip. "You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful. There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors, and that’s a good thing. Keep the faith. We’re...
    Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for TCM. The final Jeopardy! episodes recorded by beloved longtime host Alex Trebek before his death from pancreatic cancer are currently airing, and Thursday’s show featured a heartfelt Thanksgiving message for America. “High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex’s Thanksgiving message from today’s show,” tweeted the show’s official Twitter account. High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex’s Thanksgiving message from today’s show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/8OlpkSGi9r — Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) November 26, 2020 In the short video clip, Trebek thanked show announcer Johnny Gilbert and then addressed his viewers. “Happy Thanksgiving, ladies and gentlemen,” said Trebek. “You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now there are many reasons to be thankful. There are more and more people extending helpful hands, to do a kindness to their neighbors and that’s a good thing.” “Keep the faith; we’re gonna get through all of this, and we will be a better society...
    Alex Trebek recorded an uplifting Thanksgiving message before his death urging America to 'keep the faith' saying, 'We’re going to get through all of this.' The Jeopardy! game show’s social media pages shared the special clip on Thursday with the caption, 'High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex’s Thanksgiving message from today’s show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!' The beloved show host passed away on November 8 at the age of 80 following a battle with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. In the days leading up to his death the dedicated host continued to film as many episodes as possible. His last episode was recorded on October 29 and it will air Christmas Day. 
    Alex Trebek shared an uplifting message of hope in honor of Thanksgiving in a video message recorded prior to his death earlier this month. The official “Jeopardy!” account posted the clip on social media on Thursday, and captioned it, “High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex’s Thanksgiving message from today’s show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!” Trebek said in the video, “Happy Thanksgiving, ladies and gentleman. You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful. There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors, and that’s a good thing.” He concluded by encouraging everyone to “keep the faith,” and added, “We’re going to get through all of this and we will be a better society because of it.” On Instagram, several fans commented saying the late game show host is “greatly missed.” Trebek died at age 80 on Nov. 8 after losing his battle with Stage 4...
    LOS ANGELES -- "Jeopardy!" released a pre-recorded Thanksgiving message from Alex Trebek following his death from cancer.Trebek, the beloved host of "Jeopardy!," was 80 years old.The recording happened prior to Trebek losing his battle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.Jeopardy! tweeted the video Thursday. High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alexs Thanksgiving message from todays show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/8OlpkSGi9r— Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) November 26, 2020"Happy Thanksgiving, ladies and gentlemen," Trebek said. "You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful. There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors, and that's a good thing. Keep the faith, we're going to get through all of this, and we will be a better society because of it."On November 19, "Jeopardy!" honored World Pancreatic Cancer Day with a special posthumous message from host Alex Trebek.Trebek was open about his stage 4 pancreatic cancer diagnosis, issuing several public service announcements and...
    Alex Trebek shared an uplifting message of hope in honor of Thanksgiving in a video message recorded prior to his death earlier this month. The official “Jeopardy!” account posted the clip on social media on Thursday, and captioned it, “High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex’s Thanksgiving message from today’s show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!” Trebek said in the video, “Happy Thanksgiving, ladies and gentleman. You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful. There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors, and that’s a good thing.” He concluded by encouraging everyone to “keep the faith,” and added, “We’re going to get through all of this and we will be a better society because of it.” On Instagram, several fans commented saying the late game show host is “greatly missed.” Trebek died at age 80 on Nov. 8 after losing his battle with Stage 4 pancreatic...
    President Trump issued a Thanksgiving Day proclamation encouraging people to gather together during the holiday and thank God for his blessings. “I encourage all Americans to gather, in homes and places of worship, to offer a prayer of thanks to God for our many blessings,” the president said in his proclamation Wednesday as health experts and politicians across the country have imposed restrictions on gatherings as the coronavirus continues to spread in the United States. “On Thanksgiving Day, we thank God for the abundant blessings in our lives. As we gather with family and friends to celebrate this season of generosity, hope, and gratitude, we commemorate America’s founding traditions of faith, family, and friendship, and give thanks for the principles of freedom, liberty, and democracy that make our country exceptional in the history of the world,” the proclamation said. Trump added: “This Thanksgiving, we reaffirm our everlasting gratitude for all that we enjoy, and we commemorate the legacy of generosity bestowed upon us by our forbearers. Although challenges remain, we will never yield in our quest to live up to...
    President Trump praised the Supreme Court’s decision to temporarily block Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s order to cap religious gatherings at houses of worship in a Thanksgiving greeting to his millions of followers on social media. “HAPPY THANKSGIVING!,” the president wrote in a post Thursday morning to his 88.8 million followers, quote tweeting a SCOTUSblog post that read, “Just before midnight on the night before Thanksgiving, the Supreme Court blocked New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo from enforcing attendance limits at religious services. The vote is 5-4, with Roberts and the three liberals dissenting.” In the decision, the nation’s highest court sided with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and Orthodox Jewish synagogues that sued the governor over the state-imposed caps in areas declared red and orange zones. The three justices Trump appointed to the court — Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch — voted in the majority on the decision. The president also linked to the ruling. In a proclamation recognizing the Thanksgiving holiday released by the White House on Wednesday, Trump called on Americans to get together “in...
    @Jeopardy Alex Trebek recorded a heartfelt Thanksgiving message before his passing. Alex Trebek is still speaking to his audience weeks after his death. Before his passing, Trebek recorded a special Thanksgiving message urging viewers to remember all the things they have to be thankful for despite the coronavirus pandemic and other hardships. Jeopardy shared Trebek’s message to YouTube and Twitter several hours before the holiday episode of the popular game show. Trebek passed away on November 8 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. The longtime host and cultural icon was 80 years old. He was survived by his wife Jean, son Matthew and daughters Emily and Nicky. Here’s what you need to know: Trebek Expressed Optimism That the Pandemic Was Teaching People to be Kinder to OthersA Thanksgiving Message | JEOPARDY!High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex’s Thanksgiving message from today’s show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! Subscribe to Jeopardy! for exclusive content: http://bit.ly/JSubscribe_YT The official home for video from Jeopardy! and...
    @Jeopardy Alex Trebek recorded a heartfelt Thanksgiving message before his passing. Alex Trebek is still speaking to his audience weeks after his death. Before his passing, Trebek recorded a special Thanksgiving message urging viewers to remember all the things they have to be thankful for despite the coronavirus pandemic and other hardships. Jeopardy shared Trebek’s message to YouTube and Twitter several hours before the holiday episode of the popular game show. Trebek passed away on November 8 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. The longtime host and cultural icon was 80 years old. He was survived by his wife Jean, son Matthew and daughters Emily and Nicky. Here’s what you need to know: Trebek Expressed Optimism That the Pandemic Was Teaching People to be Kinder to Others A Thanksgiving Message | JEOPARDY!High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex's Thanksgiving message from today's show. We hope you have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! Subscribe to Jeopardy! for exclusive content: http://bit.ly/JSubscribe_YT The official home for video from Jeopardy! and Jeopardy.com. Subscribe for the...
    Alex Trebek is spreading kindness and positivity to all — even after his death. "Jeopardy!" released on Thursday a Thanksgiving message from the late game show host that was recorded prior to his death just a few weeks ago. In the 20-second clip, the beloved television icon reminds Americans to hold on to their faith during what is an unprecedented time given the coronavirus pandemic. Trebek says: "Happy Thanksgiving ladies and gentleman. You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful. There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors, and that's a good thing." 'JEOPARDY!' TAPS KEN JENNINGS AS FIRST GUEST HOST FOR SHOW'S RESTART "Keep the faith, we're going to get through all of this, and we will be a better society because of it," Trebek's posthumous message concludes. "Jeopardy!" released the touching video message on its official Twitter account, writing, "High on our list of things to be thankful for this year: Alex's Thanksgiving message from today's show. We hope...
    President Trump praised the Supreme Court’s decision to temporarily block Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s order to cap religious gatherings at houses of worship in a Thanksgiving greeting to his millions of followers on social media. “HAPPY THANKSGIVING!,” the president wrote in a post Thursday morning to his 88.8 million followers, quote tweeting a SCOTUSblog post that read, “Just before midnight on the night before Thanksgiving, the Supreme Court blocked New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo from enforcing attendance limits at religious services. The vote is 5-4, with Roberts and the three liberals dissenting.” In the decision, the nation’s highest court sided with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and Orthodox Jewish synagogues that sued the governor over the state-imposed caps in areas declared red and orange zones. The three justices Trump appointed to the court — Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch — voted in the majority on the decision. The president also linked to the ruling. In a proclamation recognizing the Thanksgiving holiday released by the White House on Wednesday, Trump called on Americans to get together “in homes...
    JEOPARDY! shared an emotional Thanksgiving message from the late Alex Trebek weeks after his death. The iconic television host passed away at 80 years old following his battle with pancreatic cancer. 1Alex passed away in early November In the emotional video, the late Alex said: "You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons to be thankful." He added: "There are more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbor, and that's a good thing. "Keep the faith, we're gonna get through all of this and we will be a better society because of it." Alex passed away on November 8th following his battle with pancreatic cancer just two months after returning to Jeopardy!. The iconic TV personality had been behind the game show's podium since 1984. The show's official Twitter confirmed the news: "Jeopardy! is saddened to share that Alex Trebek passed away peacefully at home early this morning, surrounded by family and friends. Thank you, Alex." Following his death, his...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden twice mispronounced “Psalmist” during his 18-minute Thanksgiving message on Wednesday. Biden concluded his speech by attempting to quote the Bible: "Devout Catholic" Joe Biden doesnt know the "P" in "Psalmist" is silent, not the "s". pic.twitter.com/kp9MZi3NvQ — Howie Carr (@HowieCarrShow) November 25, 2020 Biden called on Americans to “dream again” this Thanksgiving. “If we care for one another, if we open our arms rather than brandishing our fist, we can with the help of God heal,” he said. “And if we do, and I’m sure we can, we can pres— claim the Palmist— what the Palmist who wrote these following words,” he said, uttering the “P” instead of the “S,” “The Lord is my strength and my shield and with my song I give thanks to Him,” the self-described “devout Catholic” said while attempting to quote Psalm 28. “I give thanks now for you,” Biden added, “for the trust you’ve placed in me.” Kyle Olson is a reporter for Breitbart News. He is also host of “The Kyle Olson Show,” syndicated on Michigan radio stations...
    On Thanksgiving Day, President-elect Joe Biden and his wife Dr. Jill Biden wished the country a happy holiday, while noting the grief the coronavirus pandemic has brought for many Americans.  “This Thanksgiving, tables throughout our country will have an empty chair,” the Bidens wrote in an op-ed for CNN published Thursday morning. “Still, like you, our family will hold on to our most important tradition: taking a moment to count the many reasons we have to be grateful.” As of Thursday morning, the United States has confirmed over 12,780,000 cases and over 262,000 deaths from COVID-19, according to the Johns Hopkins University coronavirus resource center. Despite warnings from the government-run Centers for Disease Control, millions of Americans have flown around the country to join family for the holiday. Experts expect to see a surge in coronavirus cases, which have already reached record highs in the U.S. this month.  On Wednesday, Biden urged Americans to “steel our spines” against the surging pandemic but assured them that “America is not going to lose this war.” Biden added in the pre-Thanksgiving address to...
    HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!
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