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    A‌ ‌PREMIER‌ ‌League‌ ‌footballer‌ ‌will‌ ‌die‌ ‌if‌ ‌clubs‌ ‌don’t‌ ‌wise-up‌ ‌to‌ ‌the‌ ‌increasing‌ ‌security‌ ‌threat‌ ‌from‌ ‌gangs‌ ‌bursting‌ ‌into‌ ‌their‌ ‌homes‌ ‌and‌ ‌stealing‌ ‌from‌ ‌them,‌ ‌an‌ ‌investigation‌ ‌has‌ ‌warned.‌ ‌Experts‌ ‌have‌ ‌told‌ ‌talkSPORT‌ ‌that players‌ ‌are‌ ‌spending‌ ‌as‌ ‌much‌ ‌as‌ ‌£30,000‌ ‌a‌ ‌month‌ ‌on‌ ‌ineffective‌ ‌security‌ ‌measures‌ ‌and‌ ‌for‌ ‌every‌ ‌five‌ ‌reports‌ ‌of‌ ‌theft‌ ‌there‌ ‌are‌ ‌100.‌ ‌ 6Man‌ ‌Utd‌ ‌ace‌ ‌Chris‌ ‌Smalling‌ ‌and‌ ‌his‌ ‌wife Sam were‌ ‌held‌ ‌at‌ ‌gunpointCredit: Getty - Contributor It‌ ‌comes‌ ‌days‌ ‌after‌ ‌Man‌ ‌Utd‌ ‌ace‌ ‌Chris‌ ‌Smalling‌, 31, ‌and‌ ‌his‌ ‌wife Sam, 35,‌ ‌were‌ ‌held‌ ‌at‌ ‌gunpoint.‌ Alex Bomberg, CEO of Intelligent Protection International, said: “I think the clubs have got a duty of care. “Footballers, politicians and people like that, they're always representing their brand, their club. So there isn't really an off time. “Footballers are an asset to the club. They essentially are the property of a club. So really the club...
    Chris Christie said on ABC’s This Week Sunday that President Joe Biden is “lying” about the infrastructure bill his administration is pushing. Last week Christie called Biden “a liar and a hypocrite” over his comments about the Georgia election law, and this Sunday he said, “I said last week the president’s not telling the truth, and he’s not telling the truth about the infrastructure package.” “It’s baloney,” he said. “The president right now is in the first 100 days, and he’s going to have that soothing persona and the rest of it, but when people start to look at what he’s really doing, George, those moderate voters…” George Stephanopoulos jumped in and said some of what Christie pointed to in particular is popular with Americans. “Here’s what’s not popular: lying is not popular,” Christie responded. “It’s not infrastructure, George!” “Do you really want to use the word ‘lie’ there?” Stephanopoulos...
    TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry claimed her three baby daddies "wouldn't even try" to keep her kids together if she wasn't around. She most recently sparked rumors that she was back with her last baby daddy, Chris Lopez, after she discussed potentially moving forward with a romantic relationship. ????  Follow all our latest news & stories on Teen Mom. 9Kailyn Lowry claimed she didn't think her baby daddies would keep her sons together if something happened to herCredit: Instagram/kailylowry 9She responded with a pic of Lux eating an appleCredit: Instagram @kaillowry Kailyn, 28, took to Instagram on Friday to answer a series of questions her fans had sent her when one person asked the mom of four: "do you think the dads would keep the kids close if something happened to you?" She responded with a pic of her third son, Lux, biting into an apple and wrote, as captured...
    CHRIS WILDER will be Burnley’s No 1 choice as manager should Sean Dyche move to Crystal Palace this year. Dyche is the Premier League’s longest-serving boss, having joined the Clarets in October 2012. 3Chris Wilder could make a swift return to Premier League football with BurnleyCredit: PA 3Sean Dyche has been linked with a Burnley exit - with Crystal Palace interestedCredit: EPA But there is a growing belief that despite new owners at Turf Moor, he would consider moving on. Wilder, 53, took Sheffield United from League One to the Prem in three seasons and is the main man for chairman Alan Pace. And Dyche, 49, is very much on the radar of Palace chief Steve Parish. Current Selhurst Park boss Roy Hodgson, 73, is only under contract until the end of the season. Wilder was axed by Sheffield United earlier this month following a breakdown in his relationship with the...
    "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace told "America's Newsroom" on Friday that former President Ronald Reagan would have been "roasted" if he had been answering reporters' questions with a script during the Cold War. Wallace's comment came after President Biden appeared to reference "cheat sheets" detailing key policy points and the identities of attending journalists when he conducted the first formal news conference of his presidency on Thursday. PHOTOS SHOW BIDEN 'CHEAT SHEETS' DURING FIRST FORMAL PRESS CONFERENCE CHRIS WALLACE: I thought he did fine, but I was really surprised he had to read his answers on foreign policy. I've never seen that before. ... It was striking. And as I say, I spent six years covering Reagan. I've watched a lot of press conferences of other presidents since then. You know, I just think to myself, if somebody asked Ronald Reagan a question about Russia during the height of the Cold War and he said, well, wait a minute,...
    SHEFFIELD UNITED'S disgraceful decision to sack Chris Wilder brought an end to the greatest era in the club's post-war history. The boyhood fan and former player brought unprecedented joy to thousands of fans - and it is unlikely they will have it as good again. 2Wilder, 53, did an remarkable job at Sheffield UnitedCredit: AFP It is important to remember where the Blades were when Wilder took charge in the summer of 2016. They had just completed their fifth year in League One, finishing 11th under Wilder's predecessor Nigel Adkins. The club was riddled with apathy and frustration, with fans desperate for them to appoint the right person and return to the Championship. In his first season in charge, Wilder's team - playing free-flowing, attacking football - won the title with 100 points. They captured the imagination of the supporters, reinvigorating their faith and giving them a team to adore. And the...
    LOCKDOWN easing is “very unlikely” to be brought forward even if the deaths and cases data continues to improve, according to England’s chief medical officer. Professor Chris Whitty said the UK will face an inevitable surge in Covid cases as measures start being lifted and that many restrictions must stay in place at least until June — warning: “If you open up too fast, a lot more people die.” ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 5Professor Whitty said the situation could 'turn bad' very quickly if a close eye is not kept on it – and pointed to Europe where Covid cases have begun rising againCredit: AFP 5 And he said the spike in infections would be much lower if lockdown ended later in the year when most of the country has been jabbed. Although the jabs rollout will help to limit the number of deaths...
    Fox News' Chris Wallace asked Joe Manchin if he is 'enjoying your position of power maybe a little too much' as the centrist Democrat has made himself the center of media spotlight by pushing for bipartisanship in the Senate on the COVID-19 relief package. 'Do you like being the most powerful member of Congress, the swing vote in a 50/50 senate? Do you like that, sir?' the 'Fox News Sunday' host asked the West Virginia Democratic senator. 'No, I do not and I did not lobby for this, did not seek it out,' Manchin insisted. Wallace pushed by pointing out that Manchin has killed several Democratic initiatives in the package and said: 'You are on four Sunday shows today.' He then asked the senator: 'Are you enjoying your position of power maybe a little too much?' 'I sure hope not,' Manchin insisted. 'Oh, my goodness. That would be horrible. That's...
    SHEFFIELD UNITED’S money men will save a fortune if they wait to sack Chris Wilder AFTER relegation. The Blades are making a painful return to the Championship after a horror season, with Wilder’s future now in doubt. 1Chris Wilder is facing an uncertain future at Sheffield united as relegation loomsCredit: AFP But the popular boss is cheaper to pay off when his salary drops back to second-tier level from his current Prem salary. And that may mean Wilder’s fate is not decided until the Bramall Lane outfit are down when his terms take a hit, too. Wilder has been a huge success at Blades, taking them from League One to the Prem in his reign. But both parties look set to agree it is time for a change in the summer. Relations have been strained for months over lack of communication. Tthe last transfer window a flop when Wilder wanted...
    Good Morning America host Michael Strahan blasted his ABC colleague Bachelor host Chris Harrison on Thursday morning by suggesting Harrison's apology for defending a racism scandal on his show were insincere and just a means of getting his job back. Harrison took an indefinite leave of absence from the show after defending contestant Rachael Kirkconnell, 24, for an attending an 'Old South', plantation-themed party in 2018.   He defended her during an interview on February 10 with Rachael Lindsay, the first black Bachelorette, saying: 'Is it a good look in 2018 or is it not a good look in 2021? Because there's a big difference.... the woke police are out there. They are ripping this poor girl's life apart.'   Harrison apologized for the remarks on Instagram over the weekend after uproar.  He then appeared on Good Morning America on Thursday in an interview with Strahan to directly apologize to Lindsay for...
    BACHELOR In Paradise Villain Jordan Kimball vowed to “raise absolute hell” if Chris Harrison is fired as host for the show’s racism scandal.  The reality show contestant - who was kicked off the Bachelor spinoff for fighting with another man - claimed the controversial face of the franchise deserves to keep his job.  ???? Follow all the latest news and stories on The Bachelor 13Jordan Kimball claimed he will 'raise absolute hell' if Chris Harrison is firedCredit: ABC 13The longtime Bachelor host's job remains on the chopping block amid the show's scandalCredit: Getty Images - Getty 13Credit: ABC Following ongoing whispers that Chris, 49, will NOT be back to his on-camera role, the former model ranted about his fury on Twitter.  “If Chris Harrison is removed for good I’m going to raise absolute hell,” he tweeted on Saturday. Earlier this month, Chris, 49, stepped aside for "perpetuating racism" during an...
    U.S. authorizes Johnson & Johnsons COVID-19 vaccine In Pompeii, a four-wheeled ceremonial chariot has been unearthed Best & Worst Refi Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Price Alert: These SUVs Are Now Only $19,000 (Deal Of The Day) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/12 SLIDES © MANLY BANDS/MEGA Chris Harrison announced on Saturday, February 13, that he is temporarily stepping down as the host of The Bachelor following his controversial interview with Rachel Lindsay earlier this week. The 49-year-old ABC personality released a statement via Instagram announcing his decision. “I have spent the last few days listening to the pain my words have caused, and I am deeply remorseful. My ignorance did damage to friends, colleagues and strangers alike. I have...
    CNN’s Don Lemon sat down with Rachel Lindsay, the first and only Black woman to be cast as The Bachelorette lead, to address the recent racism controversy involving the franchise’s host Chris Harrison and Season 25 contestant Rachael Kirkconnell. Kirkconnell, who has become a clear frontrunner for this season’s star and first Black Bachelor Matt James, faced intense scrutiny last week when a viral TikTok accused her of sharing posts pushing QAnon conspiracy theories and liking others containing the Confederate flag. Kirkconnell’s controversial social media presence did not stop there, as over the weekend, unearthed pictures appeared on Reddit, which show the Bachelor contestant at an “Old South” plantation-themed college party in 2018. Lindsay, who faced a significant amount of racism while starring on the show in 2017, later sat down with Harrison for an entirely unedited interview on Extra — labeling Kirkconnell’s resurfaced posts as “not a good look.” “Well, Rachel, is it a good...
    CNN anchor Chris Cuomo asked in July of 2020 whether people could trust the data coming from Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Cuomo responded to an ABC News update showing that Florida, reeling at the time from a number of consecutive days of adding over 9,000 new coronavirus cases, had recorded a lower number — 8,892 — for the first time in over two weeks. (RELATED: Cuomo Administration Hid Nursing Home Deaths To Keep Feds In The Dark: Report) “Can we trust the data from florida’s governor?” Cuomo tweeted. Can we trust the data from florida’s governor? https://t.co/1rLT3YzUYe — Christopher C. Cuomo (@ChrisCuomo) July 27, 2020 The CNN anchor’s brother, Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was also critical of DeSantis. During a June 25 appearance on CNN’s “New Day,” Cuomo claimed that DeSantis had “played politics with the virus” and lost. WATCH: The New York Governor,...
    Chris Cuomo wants Sen. Ted Cruz to focus on the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump and not, well… other things. In his Wednesday night show, the CNN host called out the Texas senator for sending out an off-topic tweet mocking alleged PC overreach while the House Impeachment Managers were presenting gut-wrenching video evidence about the violence perpetrated during the Capitol insurrection. “So look, here’s what’s clear after today. There can be no good faith disagreement. The facts all point to Trump and his actions,” Cuomo said. “There can only be bad faith, like this. Senator Ted Cruz tweeting during this trial about breast milk.” Orwellian: The words “breast milk” are now forbidden. Because science. https://t.co/TKuRqgUuHd — Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) February 10, 2021 “He’s worried about how the term isn’t being accepted anymore, and he says it’s Orwellian,” Cuomo explained, before going off on the senator who abetted Trump’s “big lie.” “Orwellian?...
    Facebook's Chief Product Officer Christopher Cox.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Last June, Facebook was being rocked from the inside and out.  Protests were erupting across the U.S. after Minneapolis police were caught on camera killing George Floyd, an unarmed Black man. At Facebook, employees were demanding more from their leaders.  In particular, they were upset with how the company handled a post by President Donald Trump about protests that said, "when the looting starts, the shooting starts." Facebook had decided to leave the post up, even though many employees were arguing that the president had violated the company's policies on inciting violence.  Facebook executive Chris Cox had just returned to the company on June 11 after an abrupt departure in March 2019. One of Facebook's earliest employees, the chief product officer was widely considered one of its moral and emotional leaders, with a natural charisma that stands...
    TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry shared she hates being asked about expanding her family. The mom-of-four added what makes people's curiosity even worse is prying if she is 'trying for a girl' after her four sons. 5Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry shared she hates being asked about expanding her family 5The mom-of-four added what makes people's curiosity even worse is prying if she is 'trying for a girl' after her four sonsCredit: Instagram A fan asked Kailyn on TikTok: "What's one question you hate being asked." She responded: "Oh my god. Are you going to try for girl?" She captioned the clip: "Stitch with the360mom please stay out of my uterus." 5A fan asked Kailyn on TikTok: 'What's one question you hate being asked' 5Kailyn captioned the clip: 'Stitch with the360mom please stay out of my uterus'Credit: Instagram Kailyn recently clapped back at haters who criticized her for taking her sons - Isaac,...
    College student buys video games for childrens hospital with part of GameStop earnings Biden administration officially calls Myanmar coup a coup Chris Simms: Deshaun Watson Willing to Sit Out 2021 Season If He Isnt Traded We're only in the early stages of the Deshaun Watson situation in Houston. Rumors leaked about a month ago he might want a trade. Last week the official report made the rounds that he requested Texans management to send him elsewhere. New Texans GM Nick Caesiro said the team does not want to do that. That's where we're at. Until now. © Provided by The Big Lead Deshaun Watson | Michael Hickey/Getty Images The latest report comes from Chris Simms, who said a source he trusts very much said Watson would refuse to suit up if Houston does not acquiesce to his trade demands by the start of next season (starting at the...
    Getty Images Nick Viall (L) and Chris Soules. Have you ever wondered if the leads on The Bachelor or The Bachelorette feel like they chose the wrong person on their season if things don’t work out? It’s hard to imagine that they don’t think about it, at the very least. In a recent sit-down with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn’s for the “Hollywood Raw” podcast, former Bachelorette Andi Dorfman revealed who she would have picked if she had to choose someone other than Josh Murray. While fans may immediately assume that she’d choose her runner-up, that’s actually not what Dorfman said. “Honestly, if I had to pick a different person from my season it would not have been Nick [Viall], who was second. It would have been Chris Soules, who was third,” she revealed. Here’s what you need to know:Andi Dorfman Called Chris Soules Her ‘Safety Blanket’ View this post...
    CNN contributor Michael Smerconish said former President Donald Trump would face overwhelming opposition in his impeachment trial and be a lock for conviction — if the Senate could vote by secret ballot. Speaking with host Chris Cuomo on Friday night, the radio host summed up the potential Republican votes for conviction, now that the Senate has settled on its schedule for the impeachment trial which will start on February 8th. “Do you think we’re wasting our time following this trial because they’ll never convict?” Cuomo asked, point blank. “No. I think it has to play itself out,” Smerconish said. “I think you have to follow process. It is serious business when the House passes articles, or in this case, an article of impeachment. I’m dubious as to whether they get to 17. I’m not sure, Chris, that you have the right answer when you say that time is against the president because more information might be...
    TEEN Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry asked fans if she should join Married At First Sight following her messy split from her third baby daddy Chris Lopez. The 28-year-old asked the question in a recent Instagram Story post. 10Kailyn asked her fans if she should go on Married at First SightCredit: Instagram 10Most fans voted that they want her to appear on the show Kailyn reshared a post from her podcast Coffee Convo's account, which included a poster for the Lifetime show. A poll in the post asked fans if Kailyn "should get on" the reality show. The majority of fans voted that they "would watch," while a small number voted "hell no." The Teen Mom 2 has been open about her romantic relationships in the past, with most of them going up in flames. Kailyn is the mother to 11-year-old son Isaac with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera and seven-year-old Lincoln...
    TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry's ex Chris Lopez pleaded the fifth when he was asked if he is "still in love" with the reality star as he admitted she "hurt him." The former pair shares sons Lux, three, and Creed, five months. 8Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry's ex Chris Lopez didn't exactly open up when asked on his podcast if he's 'still in love' with the reality starCredit: Instagram 8Kailyn and Chris have had their ups and downs as they have both exchanged shots at one anotherCredit: MTV It all went down on the podcast P.T.S.D - or Pressure Talks with Single Dads - a weekly sit-down that Chris stars in with his friend Bread. While the pals discussed many topics, things got a bit more serious when Chris asked Bread if he is still in love with his ex-partner. However, when Bread shot the same question back at Chris, the father...
    Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” that President Donald Trump should be impeached for inciting the riot at the U.S. Capitol. Anchor George Stephanopoulos asked “If an impeachment resolution comes to the floor, won’t many Republicans be hard-pressed to oppose it?” Christie said, “Listen, I think they’re all going to have to vote their conscience and look at what happened. We had an incitement to riot at the United States Capitol. We had people killed and to me there’s not a whole lot of question here.” Stephanopoulos said, “So you think it was an impeachable offense?” Christie said, “Oh, sure. Yeah.” Stephanopoulos asked, “You would vote to impeach?” Christie said, “Well, if I think it’s an impeachable offense, that’s exactly what I would do. But I’m not in there, if you want my opinion, that’s my opinion. I think if inciting to insurrection isn’t,...
    Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie said there are grounds to impeach President Donald Trump for inciting his supporters to storm the U.S. Capitol. Speaking with George Stephanopoulos on the panel discussion for ABC’s This Week’s, Christie was asked if Republicans would be “hard pressed” to oppose the new push by Democrats to have Trump removed from office. Christie agreed that Trump’s words his supporters were an “incitement to riot” that resulted in loss of life, so Stephanopoulos asked if he thought Trump committed an impeachable offense. “Oh sure, yeah,” Christie said. “If I think it’s an impeachable offense, that’s exactly what I would do…If inciting to insurrection isn’t, then I don’t know what it is.” Christie went on by accusing Democrats of “cheapening” impeachment with their previous attempt to remove Trump over the Ukraine scandal, but Trump’s incitement fits the definition of impeachable conduct. He also said other...
    BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images Mediaite’s new podcast, The Interview, debuted in August and instantly became a must-visit for the biggest names in cable news and media. This week, we’re looking back at some of the most talked-about episodes since our launch. Despite a world in turmoil, Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy led his company to new heights in 2020. If anyone had doubts that it was a player in the media world, those doubts have been assuaged. [Subscribe to Mediaite podcast The Interview now!] The conservative network’s top program, helmed by Greg Kelly, even managed to score a ratings win over Fox News Channel for the first time in December. Kelly’s 7 p.m. show averaged 229,000 viewers in the prized demographic of 25- to 54-year-old viewers, besting Fox’s Martha MacCallum, who came in at 203,000. While it may have been a narrow margin, it firmly entrenched Newsmax’s status as a power...
    CNN’s Chris Cuomo imagined a cinematic confrontation at the Inauguration next month, where, if he were President-elect Joe Biden, he’d publicly call out outgoing President Donald Trump as having let the Republican Party down. Speaking with (infamously briefly) former Trump White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci, Cuomo plumbed the depths of the president’s increasingly delusional and norm-breaking behavior. “There had been people trying to talk sense to him. I guess we got our answer, right?” Cuomo said, alluding to the controversial pardons of former Trump campaign officials Paul Manafort and Roger Stone as well as his son-in-law Jared’s father, Charles Kushner. “Yeah, no. He doesn’t care. He’s not listening to any of those people,” Scaramucci said. “But those pardons, as shocking as they are, are a precursor to more shocking pardons… Imagine Americans out there struggling and they’re watching this saying ‘Wait a minute, there is a totally different set of rules for these people, totally not what I learned about...
    MSNBC host Nicole Wallace pressed former New Jersey Gov. Chris ChristieChris ChristieChristie says he won't rule out running against Trump in 2024 Trump must concede as a holiday gift to the nation Chris Christie posts video to people refusing to wear a mask: 'Learn from my experience' MORE about his support of President TrumpDonald TrumpGeorgia Senate candidate Ossoff backs Trump's call for K checks White House wishes Birx well after she announces retirement Pelosi responds to Trump: Let's push for K checks 'this week' MORE as he explores the possibility of running for president himself in 2024.   "I don’t remember you coming out and forcefully pushing back against Donald Trump’s comments on the ‘Access Hollywood’ tape. You didn't defend him, but you didn't withdraw your support," Wallace asked Christie on Tuesday. "I didn’t hear you, after he called African nations ‘bleep-hole nations.’ I didn’t hear you distance yourself from this...
    KAILYN Lowry asked fans if she looks like her newborn son Creed - after Chris Lopez was cruelly accused of not being the baby's father. The Teen Mom 2 star, 28, shared a sweet snap of her and Creed pulling a similar face at the camera. 8Kailyn Lowry asked fans if she and Creed look alikeCredit: Instagram Kailyn cradled Creed in her arms as the baby looked up at the lens while wearing a cute printed babygro. She asked, "Do we look alike?" and added the poll options, "A little," and "no lol". Kailyn shares Creed and son Lux, three, with her ex, Chris Lopez. She also has Isaac, 10, with Jo Rivera and Lincoln, seven, with Javi Marroquin. Trolls have repeatedly questioned whether or not baby Creed truly belongs to Kailyn's ex, Chris, over the last few months. 8Trolls previously questioned whether Chris Lopez is Creed's father Credit:...
    CHRIS WILDER has been guaranteed his job – even if Sheffield United are relegated. The Blades were thumped 3-0 at Southampton to leave them rock bottom of the Premier League with just one point from 12 games. 2Chris Wilder has been guaranteed his job even if Sheffield United are relegatedCredit: AFP But owner Prince Abdullah insists there is no chance he will be dumping 53-year-old boyhood Blades fan Wilder. Prince Abdullah said: “I could say that Chris has earned the right to stay because he won us two promotions in the last three years, but that is not how I look at it. “If we get relegated, I’m set to lose big money so the decision to keep Chris is simply because I think he is the best manager to take us out of the current situation. “I believe in him, if he wasn’t the manager of the team I...
    More On: Coronavirus Biden touts 100-day COVID-19 masking mandate as linchpin of pandemic plan Trump signs ‘America First’ COVID-19 vaccine executive order Swiss nightclub, shuttered by COVID-19, reborn as blood donation center Scientists spray saliva-like droplets in stadium to study how fans spread aerosols A Kentucky man vowed in a final text message on his death bed that he would start wearing a mask if he survived his battle with COVID-19, his family said. Robert Patrick Perry Jr., 56, of Carter County, didn’t believe that it was necessary to wear a mask before he was fighting for his life in the hospital, news station WMTV reported. “My brother was also one of those who didn’t believe COVID would not come to Carter County — that it was a virus that we would not see, ” his brother, Chris Perry, said at a wreath ceremony Monday for COVID-19 victims in...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes slammed President Donald Trump Wednesday night over his pardon of Michael Flynn. Hayes started out contrasting Joe Biden’s pre-Thanksgiving address with the Pennsylvania Republican event where Rudy Giuliani (and the president himself via speakerphone) pushed more baseless claims about the election. Hayes called the latter a “glorified conspiracy theory convention like they have for flat-earthers and people who believe the moon landing was fake.” He slammed Trump for not focusing on the coronavirus and instead deciding to “undermine both the election and our legal system” with his announcement of a Flynn pardon. Hayes recapped the Flynn saga and pointed out he had pleaded guilty before bringing in Sidney Powell and trying to drag out the process. “At every step of the way, Donald Trump and his cronies misused their power to help Michael Flynn escape justice, time and time and time again,” he said. “The president...
    The GOP holding the Senate majority would work in President-elect Joe Biden’s favor, "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace told Fox News Radio's “The Brian Kilmeade Show” on Thursday. “There is a battle inside the Democratic Party and, you know, in a sense, I don’t think he would agree with this, but, I think Joe Biden may have been done a favor if Republicans hold the Senate,” Wallace told host Brian Kilmeade. Wallace posited that Biden's 36 years of service as a senator means he is not on board with the plan mooted by progressive Democrats to eradicate the legislative filibuster. “He doesn’t want to end the filibuster. It'll end the Senate as we know it," Wallace said. "He doesn’t want to pack the court. Again, I’m assuming, but I don’t think he really does want to do that." GRAHAM TO COUNTER 'TSUNAMI OF LIBERAL MONEY' BY DONATING $1M TO HELP GEORGIA SENATE...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes slammed President Donald Trump and his failed White House response for having effectively “surrendered” in the fight against a coronavirus pandemic that is currently spiking in nearly every state in the country. “The best form of patriotism is that you love your country not because it’s better than other countries. You love it the same way you love your family, because it’s yours,” Hayes said during the opening monologue of his Wednesday night show. “And you fight for it because it’s yours. And this country, our country we all share together, is in unbelievable distress right now.” The MSNBC host then provided a devastating and depressing rundown of the dire state of the Covid-19 outbreak, which has exploded since Election Day even as Trump has hunkered down in the White House and all but avoided any public events. And Hayes is far from alone. The former...
    Machismo appears to run in the Cuomo clan. Of course there's weightlifting CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, who in 2019 threatened to throw a guy down a flight of stairs for calling him "Fredo" — a reference to the weak brother in "The Godfather." "Punk ass bitches from the right call me Fredo," Cuomo hollered at the man, noting that to Italians "it's a f***ing insult" and "like the N-word for us." "If you want to play then we'll f***ing play," he added. Here's the clip. (Content warning: Language): CNN host Chris Cuomo has little to no chill when someone calls him “Fredo”. https://t.co/w8pYFfq1Q9 — Matt Bevan ???? (@Matt Bevan ????)1565662385.0 Naturally, folks far and wide piled on since then and repeated the "Fredo" slight — including President Donald Trump earlier this year:[email protected] should move Fredo back to the morning slot....
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), during a Monday appearance on The Howard Stern Show, confessed that he would have “decked” President Trump if not for his position as the governor of the Empire State. Cuomo appeared on the show to promote his latest book titled American Crisis: Leadership Lessons From the COVID-19 Pandemic. The two leaders — Trump and Cuomo — have had a rocky relationship, and Cuomo told the host that he has had to exercise great restraint for the good of his state. “I bit my tongue so many times I have tongue scars,” the governor said. “Here’s the trick, Howard. I want to speak to the better angels. I want to lift people up and I want to show Trump for what he is by opposition.” “I also had the practical situation: I needed him to help New York,” Cuomo said. “That was my job. If I...
    Chris Harrison (pictured with his girlfriend Lauren Zima) told Insider that if he gets married again, his wedding likely won't be televised. Presley Ann/Getty Images for Seagram's Escapes "Bachelor" host Chris Harrison told Insider that if he ever gets married again, you likely won't see his wedding on television.  "I'm not a big live-out-loud kind of guy," he said. "I'm not one that would probably do very well on 'The Bachelor.' It's just not who I am."  Harrison has been dating "Entertainment Tonight" correspondent Lauren Zima for two years and recently designed his own line of wedding bands.  The host also revealed that his favorite "Bachelor" franchise proposal in history was Trista and Ryan Sutter from the first season of "The Bachelorette."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. If Chris Harrison gets married again, you likely won't see his wedding on television.  The longtime "Bachelor" host has...
    Former Democratic presidential candidate Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegSanders celebrates Biden-Harris victory: 'Thank God democracy won out' How Biden got across the finish line Buttigieg denounces Trump campaign for 'suppressing voters' calling it 'a stain on that campaign forever' MORE told Fox News on Sunday that President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenMary Trump celebrates Biden-Harris victory: 'To America. Thanks, guys' Biden gives shoutout to Black Americans in victory speech: 'You always have my back, and I'll have yours' Biden vows to heal divided nation MORE faces an adversarial Senate should it remain Republican-controlled. “Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellPelosi, Schumer call to congratulate Biden Chris Wallace after Fox calls race for Biden: This is going to be 'increasingly untenable' for Trump Biden's defeat of Trump is the most important win since FDR MORE's gonna have a decision to make,” Buttigieg told host Chris WallaceChristopher (Chris) WallaceChris Wallace after Fox calls race for Biden: This is...
    President Trump pal and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Saturday urged his friend to accept the election results and “move on” if his legal challenges don’t produce any evidence of voter fraud after learning Joe Biden had clinched the presidency. “The votes need to be counted and the president has a right to pursue the legal options that wants to pursue, and he’s going to pursue those,” Christie told ABC News. “I would hope that if he pursues those legal options and that they turned out not to bear fruit, and I said, I haven’t seen any evidence yet at all that they should, that he would do that, that he would make a speech that, you know, would … try to be one to help people to understand that the election is over — and that we need to move on.” Trump on Saturday refused to...
    TEEN Mom star Kailyn Lowry said she's "never trying for a girl" if she were to have a fifth pregnancy. Her comments come just months after she welcomed newborn son Creed. 8Kailyn revealed that she's 'never trying for a girl'Credit: Teen Mom 8The Teen Mom 2 star has four sonsCredit: Instagram During the latest episode of her podcast Coffee Convos, the 28-year-old told cohost Lindsie Chrisley about how feels regarding having more kids. The Teen Mom 2 star said: "I’m never trying for a girl, and I’m not going to say that I’m going to have another child because I truly don’t know." Kailyn continued: "It’s not on my radar anytime soon. "I know, I always say this, every time I’m trying to get my life on track and I end up pregnant again. I know this.” During the same podcast episode, Kailyn claimed she would never date a man...
    Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said President Donald Trump would not refuse to leave the White House if he loses the 2020 presidential election, claiming on ABC News’ This Week with George Stephanopoulos, “He will abide by the decision of the voters. I’m confident of that.” “If it doesn’t go the president’s way — you know him pretty well — is he prepared to accept defeat?” asked Stephanopoulos, prompting Christie to respond, “Yes. Yeah, I think he is, and I think a lot of the stuff you’ve heard him saying at rallies indicate that. He understands where he is in this race.” Christie went on to say, “The president’s campaign is surging now. I think he’s comfortable, I think he’s a lot happier than he’s been in a long time. You see that in these rallies that he’s doing. This is his sweet spot. But he also is...
    Former Department of Homeland Security chief of staff and author of the infamous ‘Anonymous’ 2018 New York Times op-ed Miles Taylor revealed that Trump once said he wanted migrants to be ‘gassed, electrified and shot’ at the border. Taylor made the claim during an interview with Chris Cuomo on CNN Wednesday night, hours after he revealed himself to be the unnamed author of a bombshell Times article published two years ago that characterized Trump as ‘impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective.’ During the segment, Taylor, who resigned from the White House last June, was quizzed by Cuomo why he didn’t stay in the administration longer to counteract Trump’s purported ‘bad policies' to ‘help the country’. ‘People ask me all the time, if it was so bad, Miles, why did you stay? And my answer is because it was so bad on a daily basis, the things the president wanted us to do...
    Sen. Chris MurphyChristopher (Chris) Scott MurphyOvernight Health Care: Trump takes criticism of Fauci to a new level | GOP Health Committee chairman defends Fauci | Birx confronted Pence about Atlas Senate Democrats call for ramped up Capitol coronavirus testing Senate Democrats seek to alleviate public concern about some results not being available on election night MORE (D-Conn.) said the American people would be better off if President TrumpDonald John TrumpObama slams Trump in Miami: 'Florida Man wouldn't even do this stuff' Trump makes his case in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin Pence's chief of staff tests positive for COVID-19 MORE and members of his administration did nothing to try and slow the spread of coronavirus across the country.  "At this point, we would be better off if the Trump Administration just did NOTHING on #COVID19," Murphy said in a tweet Sunday. "The nation would be safer if the whole White House...
    Ronna McDanielRonna Romney McDanielSunday shows preview: Trump, Biden gear up for final sprint to Election Day Trump's scorched earth style overshadows campaign's message in final weeks Sunday shows - Trump Michigan rally grabs the spotlight MORE, the chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC), warned during an interview on Sunday of the most “progressive, radical takeover of our country” if Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenObama slams Trump in Miami: 'Florida Man wouldn't even do this stuff' Trump makes his case in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin Brad Pitt narrates Biden ad airing during World Series MORE wins in November.  “What we do know is that it will be the most progressive, radical takeover of our country if Joe Biden and [Sen.] Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisTrump knocks idea of a 'female socialist president' Sanders hits back at Trump's attack on 'socialized medicine' Watch live: Biden participates in HBCU homecoming MORE [D-Calif.] get...
    Democratic Delaware Sen. Chris Coons said Sunday that, while he’s not necessarily a fan of court packing, he’s open to the idea if Republicans are able to confirm Supreme Court Justice nominee Amy Coney Barrett. Coons told CNN’s Jake Tapper that he still held out hope that enough Republicans would “step back from this precipice” and vote against Barrett’s confirmation. (RELATED: ‘You’re Not Being Straight With Me’: Chris Wallace Challenges Chris Coons For Changing The Definition Of Court Packing) WATCH: Tapper began the segment by asking Coons whether he agreed with some of the critics who have called for Democratic California Sen. Dianne Feinstein to step down as ranking member of the judiciary committee. Coons said that he felt Feinstein had done a good job presenting the Democrats’ case against Barrett, and that he saw no reason to replace her. “If Barrett is confirmed and Democrats win back the...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpTwitter CEO calls blocking New York Post article without explanation 'unacceptable' Michael Cohen writing second book on Trump administration's Justice Department As Trump downplayed the virus publicly, memo based on private briefings sparked stock sell-offs: NYT MORE on Thursday could not definitively say whether he took a COVID-19 test on the day of the first presidential debate, despite a stipulation that both candidates were expected to arrive having tested negative for the virus. Trump, who tested positive two days after the Sept. 29 debate, insisted during an NBC town hall that he felt physically well during the showdown with Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenTwitter CEO calls blocking New York Post article without explanation 'unacceptable' Cheers erupt as Trump puts on MAGA hat, takes off tie at Iowa rally Hillicon Valley: Twitter lacked adequate cybersecurity protection ahead of July hacks, regulator says | Twitter, Facebook clamp down on...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes called out Republicans not wearing masks and following public health guidelines amid the Senate hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, saying, “They don’t appear to care how many people die if they can get their Supreme Court justice through.” Hayes first called out Senator Mike Lee for being in the hearing room in person without a mask, and bringing up recent events he attended, including the Rose Garden event for Barrett that Dr. Anthony Fauci has since described as a “super spreader” event. Lee tested positive for the virus and described he felt some symptoms, which Hayes noted along with his doctor’s note before saying, “And yet, there he was in the hearing room today, speaking without a mask, so committed ramming through a justice to giving trump and conservatives a 6-3 majority on the Court for a generation so they can do something...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes called out Republicans not wearing masks and following public health guidelines amid the Senate hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, saying, “They don’t appear to care how many people die if they can get their Supreme Court justice through.” Hayes first called out Senator Mike Lee for being in the hearing room in person without a mask, and bringing up recent events he attended, including the Rose Garden event for Barrett that Dr. Anthony Fauci has since described as a “super spreader” event. Lee tested positive for the virus and described he felt some symptoms, which Hayes noted along with his doctor’s note before saying, “And yet, there he was in the hearing room today, speaking without a mask, so committed ramming through a justice to giving trump and conservatives a 6-3 majority on the Court for a generation so they can do something...
    Jamie Lee Curtis has a new theory about Chris Evans’ d—k pic scandal. The “Knives Out” star said on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” Monday that because Evans, 39, turned the nude photo leak into an opportunity to get people to vote, she wondered whether it was a “planned” stunt. “He’s so smart and such an unbelievably beautiful human being, I’m wondering if it was even planned,” Curtis, 61, said. “Oh, he’s so clever,” Clarkson, 38, responded. “I kind of think it was planned just because he was trying to get people to vote.” Curtis said she missed an opportunity to joke that Evans “took after his movie father, Don Johnson.” “Cause I’m really, really close friends with Melanie Griffith,” the “Halloween” star added. “She’s one of my best friends and has been forever, and she was married to him twice.” Jamie Lee Curtis and Chris EvansGetty Images In September, Evans...
    WENDY Williams was slammed by viewers who were shocked by how “rude” and “disrespectful” she was to a guest on her talk show Wednesday.  Fans blasted the host for being a “spoiled brat” as she told entertainment journalist Chris Witherspoon not to look at her during the live interview.  13Wendy looked bored throughout a segment with a film critic on her show Credit: Fox 13The TV personality had her face in her hand as she stared directly at the cameraCredit: Fox 13The host refused to acknowledge Chris as he attempted to engaged 13Credit: Twitter Despite Chris attempting his best to engage with Wendy, 56, she hardly acknowledged him as he energetically spoke about upcoming films being released this month.  The movie critic continually spoke directly at the TV personality - who refused to make eye contact with her guest.   As Chris was speaking, Wendy placed her face in the...
    KAILYN Lowry said a "toxic" relationship with an ex made her wonder if she had borderline personality disorder. The Teen Mom 2 star, 28, didn't specify which former partner she was talking about, but has been clashing publicly with her baby daddy Chris Lopez. 9 Kailyn Lowry talked about a "toxic" relationship with an exCredit: TikTok Kailyn claimed she asked her therapist if she has BPD - a condition that affects mood and how a person interacts with others. Its symptoms include emotional instability, disturbed patterns of thinking, impulsive behavior and intense but unstable relationships with others. The Teen Mom star made the admission while sharing a TikTok of herself pouting at the camera in her house. She captioned the clip: "Have you ever been in a relationship so toxic you ask your therapist if you have borderline personality disorder? Just me? K." 9 She asked her therapist if she...
    Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) insisted Donald Trump “misspoke” while addressing white supremacists during his first 2020 debate with former Vice President Joe Biden. In the aftermath of the debate, Trump is facing broad criticism for how Fox News’ Chris Wallace asked him to denounce racist groups, which amounted to tepid condemnation from Trump as he told the Proud Boys to “stand back and stand by.” As Scott met with Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, on Wednesday, he was asked if he had any concerns about this. “I think he misspoke in response to Chris Wallace’s comment,” Scott answered. “He was asking Chris what he wanted to say, I think he misspoke. I think he should correct it. If he doesn’t correct it, I guess he didn’t misspeak.” The debate ended about 12 hours ago, and Trump has yet to issue a statement clarifying his comments on the...
    Is Joe Biden too focused on the global pandemic that has killed 200,000 Americans under his political opponent’s watch? That’s the question that Chris Wallace fielded from his Fox News colleague with an obvious “no” on Friday.  During a discussion about Joe Biden’s sustained attacks against the president’s coronavirus response during the previous night’s CNN town hall, Fox anchor Trace Gallagher quoted a lengthy statement from the Trump campaign that accused the former vice president of refusing to “offer any examples of anything he would have done differently to combat the virus.”  With that in mind, Gallagher asked Wallace: “So what do you think about coronavirus? Too much focus on coronavirus for the Biden campaign?”  “No,” Wallace replied plainly. “I think it’s their best issue. It’s at the top of people’s minds. According to a poll out today only 39 percent of Americans approve of the president’s handling of the...
    If Buccaneers’ wide receiver Chris Godwin misses Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, Justin Watson is a sneaky fantasy play. Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin took a hit to the head in Week 1 against the New Orleans Saints, so it wasn’t a surprise he landed in the league’s concussion protocol on Wednesday. That remained the case on Thursday, casting his status for Sunday against the Carolina Panther into serious doubt. If Godwin is out on Sunday, as seems more likely than not right now, the easy fantasy sleeper target is Scott Miller (five catches for 73 yards on six targets in Week 1). Mike Evans, a week further recovered from a hamstring issue, is in line for a big game against Carolina’s bad secondary. But looking a further down Tampa Bay’s depth chart, Justin Watson also becomes interesting. Watson only played 11 snaps in the season opener,...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes tore into President Donald Trump Wednesday evening for the president’s comments dismissing coronavirus deaths in the “blue states,” and for his dismissal of CDC Director Robert Redfield‘s Senate testimony concerning the timeline for a vaccine and urging Americans to continue to wear face masks. The All In With Chris Hayes host played a video clip from Redfield’s comments to the Senate Appropriations Committee, showing Redfield calling face masks “the most important, powerful public health tool we have.” “I will continue to appeal for all Americans, all individuals in our country, to embrace these face coverings,” said Redfield, adding that a vaccine would most likely not be widely available until mid- to late-2021 and would not have a 100 percent efficacy. Hayes remarked that Redfield looked like he was “fighting himself there telling the truth,” knowing “it’ll not be popular with his boss” — and predictably Trump contradicted Redfield a few...
    Republican former New Jersey governor Chris Christie warned Joe Biden supporters that they better not bank it all on the ex-veep’s first debate with President Donald Trump unless he can greatly exceed expectations. Christie joined George Stephanopoulos on Sunday for a This Week panel discussion on the current state of the 2020 election. The former governor remarked that Biden’s strategy is “literally doing nothing,” and while he acknowledged the coronavirus pandemic is the reason for that, “that’s why the Trump campaign has to get out there and force this guy out.” “The real danger here for the Biden campaign now is, as he continues to do less and less and less…it’s going to increase the importance of these debates tenfold,” Christie said. “If I were a Joe Biden supporter, I wouldn’t want to be putting all my money on the past line on Joe Biden’s debate performances.” Christie continued...
    MSNBC’s Chris Hayes opened his show reflecting on the anniversary of September 11th and looking at how the nation responded in the wake of the terror attacks on that horrible day and how it has responded and is continuing to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, particularly those in leadership. He noted those moments of “civic solidarity” across the country these past few months and said, “That national sense of unity and grief and solemnity and tribute, when it’s happened, has happened in spite of our leadership, not because of it. And often has been totally absent from this catastrophe. To a shocking degree.” Hayes reviewed the admission President Donald Trump made to Bob Woodward about downplaying the severity of the virus early on. “We still have people from the president on down, his allies and his mouthpieces and propagandists on Trump TV, engaged in a truly sick game of...
    Chris Watts is currently serving five life sentences for brutally killing his wife, unborn child, and two daughters. Today, Dr. Oz sits down exclusively with Cherlyn, a woman who’s been receiving prison letters from Chris Watts and even visited him behind bars.  From claims of a “demon possession” to blaming his mistress for his crimes, she discloses what Watts has been revealing to her over the past six months. And, Dr. Oz’s expert panel weighs in on the shocking way Chris Watts thinks he’ll end up getting freed from prison. Watch THE DR. OZ SHOW, weekdays at 4 p.m. on CBS 62. Related
    Despite how things ended for him in Big Apple, Portland Trail Blazers small forward Carmelo Anthony continues to be linked in rumors involving his former team, the New York Knicks. With Leon Rose currently serving as the team’s president of basketball operations, some people think that Anthony may consider playing for the Knicks again in the 2019-20 NBA season. The 10-time NBA All-Star may have already expressed his desire to remain with the Trail Blazers, but a return to New York will remain a possibility until he officially signs a new contract in the upcoming 2020 free agency. In a recent episode of The Putback, Ian Begley of SportsNet New York talked about several topics, including Melo’s potential return to the Knicks. Aside from his connection with Rose, Begley believes another factor that could influence Anthony’s decision to head back to New York is Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Chris...
    Stephen Colbert and former New Jersey governor Chris Christie have put apart their variations previously, but when President Trump is reelected, their relationship could also be achieved for good. Thursday night time on The Late Present, the 2 obtained right into a tense dialogue about Trump that culminated in Colbert issuing an ominous warning to his visitor: in case you assist Trump win in November, you’ll be “on the bubble” of banned friends. No extra Chris Christie on The Late Present? Darn! For the fourth night time this week, Colbert went dwell instantly after the RNC, and he had loads to debate with visitor Chris Christie. “Once they mentioned, ‘Hey, do you wish to have Chris Christie on for the conference,’ I used to be like, ‘Yeah, we at all times have a superb time collectively,’” mentioned Colbert on the high of the interview. “However then I came upon...
    White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Wednesday would not say whether President TrumpDonald John TrumpThe Memo: Democrats pitch Biden as the back-to-normal candidate Obama congratulates Biden on formal nomination Jill Biden gives personal portrait of husband Joe MORE would accept the results of the November election if he is not declared the winner, adding to comments from the president in recent days sowing doubt about the outcome of the vote. McEnany was asked twice about Trump's comments earlier this week in which he claimed that the only way he would lose in November is if the election is "rigged." She did not answer directly either time. "The president believes he's done a great job for the American people, and that will show in November," she told one reporter, adding that Trump "believes that voter fraud is real," particularly with mail ballots. Experts have said there is scant evidence of meaningful fraud associated...
    David Edwards August 18, 2020 4:47PM (UTC) This article originally appeared on Raw Story Fox News host Chris Wallace warned on Tuesday that a "peaceful transition of power" could be in jeopardy if President Donald Trump loses the 2020 election. Wallace made the remarks after Trump suggested on Monday that the only way he would lose the election "is if the election is rigged." : "This is troubling," Wallace said. "He did it in my interview with him three weeks ago. He's done it repeatedly before and since. The argument that if he loses, it's because the election was stolen from him, not because of a majority of Americans voted against him, you know, obviously one of the things that we treasure in this country is the peaceful transition of power." "I'm not saying Joe Biden is going to win," he continued. "But if that should happen and there's certainly a...
    TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry has slammed her fans who asked whether a mystery man on her Instagram was "her man". Kailyn, 28, gave birth to her second child with ex Chris Lopez to join their son Lux, 3, her son Lincoln, 6, with ex-husband Javi Marroquin and her oldest Isaac, 10, with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera, on July 30. 9Kailyn Lowry, 28, shut down a question about a mystery man on her InstagramCredit: Instagram She did a Q&A on Instagram with her fans and quickly dismissed a questions about a guy she was spotted with. "Is that your man?" a fan asked about the photo of Kailyn with the mystery man at a glitzy event. Kailyn replied: "No he's not, but that's family. So y'all trolls can stop starting s**t." The mystery man is Keith Splash, the owner of Bare Arms EP, a specialized armed personal bodyguards, event, tour and party protection. 9She recently gave...
    A "FULL-TIME MOM" wants to have more kids -- even though she already has 11 at home. Britni Church has spent close to a decade of her 31 years alive being in one trimester or another of pregnancy. 8Britini and her husband Chris with all eleven kidsCredit: Mercury Press 8All eleven kids in a lineCredit: Mercury Press And she's willing to have even more. The Arkansas City, Kansas mom says she's desperate to have more kids and thinks 15 might be her cut off point. She and her husband Chris spend about $300 a week to feed their family, including buying five boxes of cereal, 66 cartons of milk and 600 diapers. The mom of 11 says she never thought she would have a big family, but she fell in love with the constant company her already huge family has offered. "I thought I would have maybe four kids maximum,"...
    TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry admitted that she ‘didn’t know if she wanted to keep the baby’ after getting pregnant with ex’s son Creed. The reality TV star had been feuding with Chris Lopez when she revealed that she was pregnant. 8Kailyn Lowry revealed she wasn't sure if she wanted to keep her fourth son when she found out she was pregnantCredit: Instagram 8She described as a difficult pregnancy 8She recently gave birth to her son, CreedCredit: Instagram Kailyn, 28, just returned to her podcast, Coffee Convos, from maternity leave and of course, she gave fans every little detail about her son's birth, along with a few thoughts she had before going through with her pregnancy. "I thought I loved being pregnant and then I'm 28 now and I didn't love this whole experience," the Teen Mom 2 star began. "You guys know, I went through hell in the...
    Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told “Fox News Sunday” that Democrats will have “a lot of explaining to do” if they bring a lawsuit to stop President Donald Trump’s executive orders on coronavirus relief. After lawmakers on both sides of the aisle failed to reach a deal on a fourth coronavirus stimulus package, Trump responded by signing four executive orders Saturday. These included a payroll tax cut holiday through the end of the year, a prohibition on evictions, student loan relief, and $400 per week for unemployed workers. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi echoed Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse in calling Trump’s orders “unconstitutional slop” and has suggested Democrats could sue to stop them. “What makes you think that spending over $100 billion that Congress has not appropriated for these specific purposes is legal, and what happens if there’s a court suit and all of the actions that the president took yesterday...
    Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven Terner MnuchinNavarro, Mnuchin clashed in front of Trump in Oval Office over TikTok: WaPo Graham says he appreciates Trump orders, but 'would much prefer a congressional agreement' Trump signs executive orders after coronavirus relief talks falter MORE on Sunday defended President TrumpDonald John TrumpDeWine tests negative for coronavirus a second time Several GOP lawmakers express concern over Trump executive orders Beirut aftermath poses test for US aid to frustrating ally MORE’s coronavirus executive actions and said that Democrats would be responsible for delaying assistance to Americans if they challenged them in court. “We’ve cleared with the office of legal counsel all these actions,” Mnuchin said on “Fox News Sunday,” adding  “if the Democrats want to challenge us in court and hold up unemployment benefits to those hardworking Americans that are out of a job because of COVID, they’re going to have a lot of explaining to do.”...
    If President Trump were leading in the polls against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, he probably wouldn't want more debates, "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace told the "Brian Kilmeade Show" Thursday. Wallace, who moderated the third presidential debate between Trump and Hillary Clinton in 2016, said the first of three presidential debates is set to take place Sept. 29 and the Commission on Presidential Debates will not make a change. TRUMP TELLS GERALDO RIVERA THAT BIDEN AND DEMS ARE 'AGAINST THE BIBLE' "If they were to open it up and say 'no let's set another debate, I just think it would jeopardize a lot of things," Wallace claimed. "If Donald Trump were leading, instead of trailing in the polls, my guess is he wouldn't want it, so they'll have the debates." Video"They've had early voting before," he added. "Yes, there's going to be more of it this time." FRED FLEITZ:...
    Fox News’ Chris Wallace called out Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller for dismissing the polls showing that the president is trailing. Miller started by saying the power center in the Biden campaign is in the radical left. Wallace jumped in to say, “Joe Biden has not come out for Medicare for All, Joe Biden has not come out for the Green New Deal. Joe Biden has not come out or ‘defund the police. I understand that’s your talking point…” At one point, Wallace pointed out to Miller that it’s the Trump campaign that just replaced its campaign manager and temporarily paused its TV advertising. He brought up the latest polling averages that show Biden leading nationally and in key states like Florida and Pennsylvania. “How do you turn this around?” Wallace asked. “Because at this point, Jason, you’re losing.” Miller said “we think we’re in great shape and...
    Fox News’ Chris Wallace recently grilled President Donald Trump and followed up with an invitation to Joe Biden to appear on Fox News Sunday. Biden has so far not agreed to a sit-down with Wallace. Wallace spoke with Bill Hemmer Friday and called out Biden for avoiding not just his show, but the major Sunday shows in general. He told Hemmer, “We asked last week for an interview this past Sunday with Joe Biden, and they said that he is not available for that Sunday. That’s not saying that he’s not going to do an interview from now until election day, and we will ask every week, but you know, we’ll see.” Wallace went on to call out Biden for not doing Sunday show interviews in months. (Biden was last on Fox News Sunday on March 1st and his last appearance on a major Sunday show appears to be...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi revealed little concern about President Trump checking out of the White House if he loses at the ballot box – saying he would be 'fumigated' out if he refuses to leave. The speaker made the comment to MSNBC the day after a Trump refused to tell Fox anchor Chris Wallace he would accept the results of the November election.    'The fact is, whether he knows it yet or not, he will be leaving,' Pelosi told MSNBC Monday morning, sounding nonchalant even as other Democrats fret about what might transpire if Trump refuses to accept the election results.  PEST CONTROL: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Donald Trump leaving was nonchalant about Donald Trump not accepting the election results, even if he doesn't 'feel like moving and has to be fumigated out of there' 'Just because he might not want to move out of the White House...
    Bradley Cortright July 19, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump is continuing his attacks on former Vice President Joe Biden’s (D) mental health and suggesting he would not be able to withstand an interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace. “Let Biden sit through an interview like this. He’ll be on the ground crying for mommy. He’ll say, ‘Mommy, mommy, please take me home,'” Trump said during an interview on “Fox News Sunday.” “Let him come out of his basement, go around, I’ll make four or five speeches a day, I’ll be interviewed by you, I’ll be interviewed by the worst killers that hate my … my guts. They hate my guts. There’s nothing they can ask me that I won’t give them a proper answer to. Some people will like it. Some people won’t like it,” he added.Watch the video below: President Trump reacts to Mary Trump's new book. Plus, he answers whether...
    President Donald Trump repeatedly trashed Joe Biden over his mental acuity and stamina during his big interview with Chris Wallace. At one point, Wallace asked Trump “how crushing would it be” if he lost in November. A dismissive Trump asked, “You know how many times have been written off?” He went on to insist that “I won’t lose” because “the country, in the end, they’re not going to have a man who’s shot — he’s shot, he’s mentally shot.” Trump talked up his own stamina and his availability to the press before actually saying this: “Let Biden sit through an interview like this. He’ll be on the ground crying for mommy. He’ll say, ‘Mommy, mommy, please ,take me home.'” You can watch above, via Fox News. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    The father of tech CEO Scott Borgenson, who is rumored to be Ghislaine Maxwell’s secret spouse, says he doesn’t know if his son is married to Jeffrey Epstein’s accused accomplice, according to a report. Maxwell’s possible father-in-law Chris Borgenson was shocked to hear that Scott — who reportedly previously dated and lived with Maxwell at his Massachusetts oceanfront mansion — could be married to the disgraced British socialite, according to the Daily Mail. “I don’t know anything and if I did I wouldn’t tell you,” Chris told the outlet from his Missouri home Wednesday. The former marine and Deputy Sheriff of Jefferson County, Missouri, described his son as “very private” but said he would be shocked if Scott tied the knot and didn’t tell him, the report said. Chris also admitted he only heard rumors of the possible union that morning when he got a call asking about it....
    Every Democrat in the Senate has refused to say whether they support the removal of George Washington statues across the U.S., other than Democratic Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth, who said we “should listen to (the) argument”. The Daily Caller contacted every Senate Democrat’s office asking them if they believe George Washingon statues should be removed, as statues across the country have been destroyed by rioters or removed by local governments. In early July, Duckworth, a frontrunner to be vice-presidential nominee to 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden, said she would be willing to hear out arguments for removing statues of Washington. “I think we should listen to the argument there,” Duckworth said on CNN. “But remember that the president at Mount Rushmore was standing on ground that was stolen from Native Americans who had actually been given that land during a treaty.” Here Are All The Senate Democrats Who Have Refused...
    Florida marks McDonald’s is pausing dining room reopenings as covid-19 cases spike Chris Young Says New Single If That Aint God Is About Things in Life You Take for Granted Between the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and nationwide uprising against police brutality, Chris Young knows people could use a message of hope right now. © Matthew Berinato Chris Young That's why the country star, 35, is particularly excited to release his powerful new single, "If That Ain't God," on Friday. "It's such a special song," Young tells PEOPLE exclusively. "I think right now a lot of people can use this. It's just a positive, uplifting message. It's talking about some of the things in life that you take for granted, whether it's little stuff or big stuff, and you look around and you're like, 'Man, if that ain't God, I don't know what it is.' I was jealous that I...
    Mink worries, rumor patrol, paused reopenings: News from around our 50 states How restaurants have taken a stand amid pandemic Chiefs Chris Jones threatens to not play if he does not receive a new contract Chris Jones has made it clear that he wants a longterm contract before the start of the 2020 season. Jones, the Kansas City Chiefs' Pro Bowl defensive tackle, responded Tuesday night to an NFL Network report detailing Jones' current contract situation. Discussing Jones' contract situation, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo said that there is still "a lot of work" that needs to get done if the two sides are going to come to terms on a longterm deal before the July 15 deadline.  © Provided by CBS Sports Jan 19, 2020; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Chris Jones (95) celebrates after a play during the game against the Tennessee Titans at...
    Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie urged President Trump's campaign to make some significant changes if he wants to catch up to Joe Biden before Election Day. Christie, a Republican, said that there is still time for Trump to improve his polling against the presumptive Democratic nominee but warned that the president is going to need to make some changes if he wants to sell his reelection to voters. "He is losing. And if he doesn’t change course, both in terms of the substance of what he’s discussing and the way that he approaches the American people, then he will lose. There's no question that while these national polls are less significant in terms of the raw numbers, the trend is obvious," Christie said. "The trend is moving toward Joe Biden when Joe Biden hasn’t said a word," he continued. "Joe Biden's hiding in the basement and...
    Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) argued President Donald Trump would lose in November if he did not change his current course. Christie said, “He is losing, and if he doesn’t change course, both in terms of the substance of what he is discussing and the way that he approaches the American people, then he will lose.” He continued, “No question while these national polls are less significant in terms of the raw numbers, the trend is obvious, the trend is moving towards Joe Biden when Joe Biden hasn’t said a word.  Joe Biden is hiding in the basement and not saying anything. No discredit to the vice president. If you’re winning without doing anything, why do anything? The president has to change course here, both in terms of the substance and answering that question much better than he did with Sean Hannity in...
    Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) offered a frank prediction that Donald Trump will lose the 2020 election if the president maintains his current course of action. Christie, a Trump loyalist, joined George Stephanopoulos for This Week’s panel discussion on the president’s dismissal of polls showing him trailing to Joe Biden. The former governor gave a brutally honest take, saying “he is losing and if he doesn’t change course, both in terms of the substance of what he is discussing and the way that he approaches the American people, then he will lose.” While Christie also voiced a degree of skepticism for the significance of national poll numbers, he continued to say “the trend is obvious” in Biden’s favor. The former governor also remarked that Biden managed to achieve this lead by mostly staying out of the public spotlight and conducting his presidential campaign from his house. Joe...
    Comedian Chris D'Elia has released email exchanges with some of his sexual harassment accusers which reportedly show how he asked them how old they were and turned some of them down when they said they weren't 18.  D'Elia has been accused by multiple women now of requesting nude photographs from them, sending lewd texts and pulling out his erect penis in front of others.   Some say he tried to get them to go backstage at his shows when they were underage and that he blackmailed them with illicit photographs they sent.  The women first shared their claims on social media but some have since provided screenshots of conversations with him to The LA Times.  In retaliation, D'Elia's reps shared fuller screenshots of some of the exchanges with Page Six on Wednesday.  One exchange is between D'Elia and Clara Schaller who last week posted a 2012 message in which he said...
    ESPN stars Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler will reportedly shift to “Monday Night Football” if there’s problems with the college football season. According to Front Office Sports, Fowler and Herbstreit will “likely” move to the “MNF” booth if the college football season gets pushed back or doesn’t happen. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) It was reported back in April that both men were in consideration as the network makes some big changes to “Monday Night football.” Moving Herbstreit and Fowler to “Monday Night Football” might be a great move for ESPN, but I don’t think college football fans will be happy. Both men are iconic in the world of college football. They’re not just talented broadcasters and commentators, but they’re the face of the sport on ESPN. Herbstreit has been a star on GameDay for years. I’m not sure fans will...
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