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    Gov. Andrew Cuomo once compared himself to Sonny Corleone from The Godfather and bragged about his oral sex skills, according to a damning profile published in The New York Times on Tuesday.  The New York politician, 63, has fallen from grace amid recent accusations of sexual harassment and a cover-up of COVID nursing home deaths, but the new profile features interviews with insiders who say Cuomo's troubling behavior goes much further back.  Sources quoted in the piece allege that the Governor has made transphobic and sexually inappropriate comments - with some alarming remarks made more than 15 years ago. A Cuomo spokesperson has denied all claims.  Back in 2006, shortly after he was elected as New York Attorney General, one associate claims Cuomo gloated about how physically intimidating he could be.  Cuomo reportedly 'enthused' that he could make interviewers 'nervous' based on his physical presence.  'I loom over that table,'...
    Photos from President Joe Biden’s press conference on Thursday revealed he had a large sheet of paper showing him which reporters to call on. The prompt had visible headshot photos of reporters in the room, including large handwritten numbers that were circled by the photo of each reporter he called on. The images of the numbered journalists included Justin Sink of Bloomberg, Zeke Miller from the Associated Press, and Ken Thomas of the Wall Street Journal, all reporters Biden called on during the press conference. Some of the boxes in the cheat sheet did not include a picture and were crossed out. Biden’s press conference cheat sheet with headshots of reporters — Why are some of the squares crossed out? pic.twitter.com/H1Pru1GACu — Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) March 26, 2021 The photos were taken by pool photographer Oliver Contreras who was in the East Room of the White House during the press...
    New York Giants: Kyle Rudolph reveals what Joe Judge told him By: Cay North March 22, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditOne of the signings flying under the radar for the New York Giants this offseason is Kyle Rudolph. The tight end won’t join the team with the kind of acclaim as some of their other additions such as Kenny Golladay or cornerback Adoree Jackson, but he has his own use nonetheless. While some believed the Giants would add to the tight end spot by highly drafting Kyle Pitts, it appears the Giants are going to continue to rely on Engram while adding Rudolph to play the role of secondary threat. Rudolph has been a receiving tight end throughout his career and a red zone threat – he’s only a couple years removed from having 6 touchdowns in a season, after all. While he might not be...
    Getty Commentator Joe Rogan speaks during weigh-ins for UFC 200 at T-Mobile Arena on July 8, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. It’s time for Joe Rogan to “move on” from wanting a specific fight, according to a top UFC lightweight contender. In episode No. 101 of the Joe Rogan Experience MMA Show, Rogan spoke with retired MMA fighter Travis Lutter and No. 1 ranked UFC middleweight Kevin Holland. During the recent podcast, Rogan said he’d like to see No. 1 ranked lightweight Dustin Poirier and No. 3 ranked Charles Oliveira fight for the belt should current champ Khabib Nurmagomedov vacate it. “I’m more interested to see Oliveira fight for the title than anybody in that division,” Rogan said via Essentially Sports. “Man, I want to see him fight for the title,” Rogan continued. “I wanna see him fight Dustin.” “Du Bronx” is on an eight-fight win streak and...
    Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar Director Breaks Down Those Surprise Cameos (Exclusive) Stimulus Check Update: House Committees Advance Key Provisions Including Direct Payments, Housing Assistance Joe Buck Told Colin Cowherd About Drinking in the Broadcasting Booth Joe Buck appeared on Colin Cowherd's new podcast (on his new podcast network) and shared details about how he drinks on the job, both while calling postseason baseball and when he's paling around with Troy Aikman on Sundays. In moderation, obviously. © Provided by The Big Lead Joe Buck | Phillip Faraone/Getty Images The secret to a relaxing broadcast? @Buck shares what has worked for him. pic.twitter.com/ODvhkuYZj1— The Volume (@TheVolumeSports) February 15, 2021"I'll say this. We have had that glass of bourbon in the booth. Although it's not bourbon, it's tequila, splash of Grand Marnier and grapefruit juice. I went through a couple years where in the first inning of...
    Joe Biden told Republicans their $600 billion COVID relief plan was 'too small' as the Senate voted to proceed with a way to muscle through the president's trillion dollar proposal without GOP support. The motion passed 50-49 on a party line vote. Republican Senator Pat Toomey was absent, meaning Vice President Kamala Harris wasn't need to break a tie. Ahead of the vote, President Biden made a virtual appearance at Senate Democrats' weekly luncheon on Tuesday, where he revealed the details of his meeting with GOP senators the previous night. The ten lawmakers had proposed a compromise relief package that was one-third of the amount the president wanted. 'He said that he told Senate Republicans that the $600 billion dollars that they proposed was way too small,' Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer said after the lunch.  Schumer conceded there may have to be some compromise from Biden's $1.9 trillion proposal that...
    Well, the brave new world of honesty in American politics lasted a grand total of 24 hours. President Joe Biden promised an immediate end to the constant lying from the White House that we endured over four years of Donald Trump's tenure. But then he couldn't help himself and promptly spewed the kind of brazen, bare-faced, media-bashing whopper that Trump would have loved. Biden's made a big noisy deal of setting a target of 100 million coronavirus vaccines in his first 100 days. But he knows that hitting this target would be a completely bogus 'achievement' because the US is already at that level of vaccination, averaging 914,000 daily doses administered last week according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and rocketing to 1.6 million on the very day of Biden's inauguration. So, at this rate, the goal will be easily attained, and masks the reality that America...
    JOE Biden reportedly issued an order to "immediately release all" undocumented migrants in Texas custody, according to an email obtained by Fox News. The memo, from the Department of Homeland Security to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), was sent out after the new president signed an executive order on his first day in office calling for a 100-day pause in deportations, according to the outlet. 6Joe Biden signed several executive orders during his first few days as US PresidentCredit: Reuters 6The claims that Biden ordered all undocumented migrants in Texas to be released, were made on Tucker Carlson tonightCredit: Fox News "Tucker Carlson Tonight" has since obtained an internal email sent Thursday to ICE officers in Texas that shows how the order was enacted, according to reports. "As of midnight tonight, stop all removals," the email reads.  "This includes Mexican bus runs, charter flights and commercial removals (until further notice) ... all...
    Chelsea Clinton has been ridiculed on Twitter after she revealed a highly observant comment made by her four-year-old son about Joe Biden's inauguration.  Clinton, the only child of Bill and Hillary Clinton, said she told her son Aidan that 'it's the 21st day of the 21st year in the 21st century'.  Her son then quipped: 'Yeah, but it's cooler it's Joe Biden's first full day in the White House'. The post attracted attention from other Twitter users who responded with disbelief and ridicule that a four-year-old could have made the observant comment.   Chelsea Clinton said she told her son Aidan that 'it's the 21st day of the 21st year in the 21st century'. Her son then quipped: 'Yeah, but it's cooler it's Joe Biden's first full day in the White House' Clinton is the only child of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Above, Chelsea is pictured in a 2019 file image ...
    House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) said that former President George W. Bush told him he’s “the savior” for endorsing President Biden during the Democratic presidential primaries. “George Bush said to me today, he said ‘you know, you’re the savior because if you had not nominated Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump grants clemency to more than 100 people, including Bannon Scalise bringing Donna Brazile as guest to Biden inauguration Sidney Powell withdraws 'kraken' lawsuit in Georgia MORE, we would not be having this transfer of power today,’” Clyburn said on a press call with reporters, Clyburn was asked what he was thinking when Biden was taking his oath of office on Wednesday morning. “He said to me that Joe Biden was the only one who could have defeated the incumbent President,” Clyburn said of the former president. “And so, that’s what I was thinking about sitting there today that Emily lives...
    President Joe Biden is urging Americans to stand up to the “lies told for power and for profit” in an effort to bridge the nation’s divides. Biden, who campaigned for the White House last year on a pledge to restore bipartisanship and unity, made the remarks on Wednesday shortly after being sworn in as the nation’s commander in chief. The president, in particular, used his inaugural address to discuss the “common objects … that define us as Americans.” “What are the common objects we as Americans love, that define us as Americans,” Biden asked those watching his address. “I think we know. Opportunity, security, liberty, dignity, respect, honor, and yes, the truth.” The president proceeded to argue that “the truth,” while consequentially important, had been under sustained attack. “Recent weeks and months have taught us a painful lesson,” the president said. “There is truth and there are lies. Lies told...
    Savannah Rychcik January 20, 2021 0 Comments Cindy McCain is weighing in on what her husband, late-Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), would have said to President-elect Joe Biden if he were still alive. “I think he would tell Joe that he has great confidence in him, he knows he’s going to be a good president in terms of bringing the country together, healing, and listening to people,” Cindy McCain said during her appearance on “Good Morning America” Wednesday. She added, “I think John would be excited to be able to work with someone that he knows understands the issues, but also has the ability to bring people together and cross the divide and encourage people to work together in a civil manner.” Watch the video below: Cindy McCain on what late Sen. John McCain would say to Biden if he was alive: “He would tell Joe that he has...
    By Sara Murray, MJ Lee and Kristen Holmes | CNN With the hours dwindling until Joe Biden is sworn in — officially taking the helm of the US government during its worst health crisis in 100 years — a sense of nervousness has set in among those advising the incoming President on the pandemic. The overarching, nagging concern: “They don’t know what they don’t know,” said a source close to the Biden Covid-19 team. Biden is set to inherit a nation grieving hundreds of thousands of Americans who have perished from the virus, a health care system buckling under the strain of the pandemic, new variants of the disease popping up around the world and a public that is both stressed about the prospect of when they can get vaccinated, as well as dubious about whether to trust the vaccine when it’s their turn in line. Multiple officials familiar with...
    By The Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Congress’ tally of the Electoral College vote won by Joe Biden (all times local): 2:50 p.m. Members of Congress inside the House chamber were told by police to put on gas masks after tear gas was dispersed in the Capitol Rotunda amid skirmishes by supporters of President Donald Trump Pro-Trump protestors breached the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday afternoon, violently clashing with law enforcement as lawmakers were gathered inside to formalize President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in November’s presidential election. Law enforcement instructed lawmakers to retrieve masks from under their seats amid the clashes. The Capitol building was placed on lockdown, as Trump supporters marched through evacuated public spaces in the building. After egging on protests, Trump tweeted to his supporters to “stay peaceful” as they violently clash with law enforcement and breached the Capitol building. ___ HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO...
    Imagine for a moment that Donald Trump had won the US election last month? I don't mean won it in the increasingly absurd way HE thinks he won it – i.e. that Joe Biden's entirely legitimate victory was invalid because uncorroborated 'mass voter fraud' made it a 'rigged' and 'stolen' election. Only a bonkers conspiracy theorist actually thinks that, someone like the President himself whose pathetic elongated temper tantrum is turning into the most unedifying episode of The Biggest Loser ever aired. No, I mean imagine if Trump had actually won fair and square and was now preparing to be inaugurated for his second term of office? Then imagine that his victory was quite narrow, like Biden's, and came down to a few thousand votes in the swing states? And then imagine that just before the election, a major US newspaper had published an explosive story about his son Donald...
    Joe Biden has continued to contradict his story regarding his role in the 2011 mission to kill Osama bin Laden, claiming he had suggested doing 'one more pass' over the compound, before telling Obama to 'trust his instincts'. The president-elect recalled the administration's discussion on whether or not to take action during Operation Neptune Spear, in CNN's new documentary, 'President in Waiting,' that aired Saturday night.  'When it came time to go or not go, the president went around the room. I think there were 17 people around the table ... and [he] said, 'what do you think we should do?'' Biden said in the film.  Joe Biden backtracked on what advice he had given Obama during the 2011 mission to kill Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, in CNN's new documentary, 'President in Waiting' that aired on Saturday Biden watches with other Obama administration officials during the SEAL...
    Back in 2017, Tony Stewart spoke about racing for Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR). Additionally, he talked about an incident between himself and the former NFL coach and NASCAR team owner, Joe Gibbs. At the time, Stewart had just retired from racing but was still involved in the sport with the Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) team. However, the Joe Gibbs Racing team handed him his debut in 1999 and he raced with them until 2008. Along the way, he bagged two Cup Series titles in 2002 and 2005. However, he soon decided that he wanted a new challenge and set up his new team, saying that Joe Gibbs inspired him to be a car owner. DAYTONA BEACH, FL – FEBRUARY 17: Team owner Tony Stewart stands on the grid during the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series 61st Annual Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway on February 17, 2019 in Daytona Beach, Florida....
    President Donald Trump's Chief of Staff Mark Meadows told Republican senators that there are 'about 45 days left of the president's term,' according to Texas GOP Sen. John Cornyn.  But throwing a bone to Trump - and his refusal to concede the presidential election to President-elect Joe Biden - Meadows said the president could be around for another term too.  'But he did, I have to be honest with you, he did say, whether it's 45 days or four years and 45 days,' Cornyn told Capitol Hill reporters, repeating what Meadows had said in the closed door lunch.  White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows went to lunch with GOP senators on Capitol Hill Wednesday. They describe Meadows of delivering a 'goodbye message' Sen. John Cornyn, a Texas Republican, told reporters that Meadows had said there are 'about 45 days left of the president's term.' But Meadows also...
    Joe Biden vowed on Monday that labor unions would have 'increased power' in his administration and he said business leaders agreed with him. The president-elect spoke about the pandemic-devastated economy after holding a virtual meeting with CEOs and labor leaders, including AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka and General Motors CEO Mary Barra.   'I said I want you to know I'm a union guy,' he said of his conversation with them. Unions will have increased power. They just nodded. They understand. It's not antibusiness. It's about economic growth, creating good paying jobs.' His edict will please the left wing of the party, which was wary of Biden's long record of moderate politics, and serves as a warning to business where his priorities lay after the pro-business years of President Donald Trump's administration. Joe Biden vowed labor unions would have 'increased power' in his administration President-elect Joe Biden speaks to business and labor leaders...
    President Donald Trump is plotting another White House run in 2024 even as he floats wild theories about getting state electors to flip in his favor so he can stay in power.   The odds of President Trump over turning Joe Biden's victory get slimmer as states begin to certify their election results, more news outlets called Arizona for the Democratic candidate, and Trump's own campaign has failed to turn up evidence of massive voter fraud. But that hasn't stopped the president from throwing out ideas on how he could stay in the White House and planning to steal Biden's glory by announcing another presidential run on the day his Democratic rival is certified the winner of the 2020 contest.  President Donald Trump is plotting another White House run in 2024 even as he floats wild theories about how he can stay in the White House Joe Biden's victory becomes...
    (CNN)CNN asked viewers how they were feeling after the election -- a race that was too close to call until Saturday morning when CNN and other media outlets projected Joe Biden as the next president of the United States. Kamala Harris will be the nation's first Black and South Asian vice president, and first woman to hold that office.We received almost 40,000 responses in audio and writing. Dozens of people told us they were "happy," "relieved" and "felt like they could breathe again." However, while the overwhelming majority of responses we received expressed joy with the outcome, we did receive some responses from people who were unhappy. Here's what you told us: Alex, Newton, Massachusetts"It's finally over! As an LGBT person I was scared for me and my family's safety, but it's finally over!"Read MorePamela Cotrina, Bloomfield, New Jersey"I'm deeply emotional today. Kamala Harris has made history. She is such...
    America's new President-Elect, Joe Biden, has a framed cartoon strip on his desk. It features Hagar the Horrible, the red-bearded Viking character created by American cartoonist Dik Browne, stranded on a rock in a violent storm as his ship sinks, lashed by thunder and lightning. 'Why me?' he shouts up at God. And God replies simply: 'Why not? I know how much Biden values this cartoon, and the message behind it, because he told me about it during an extraordinary phone conversation we had a few days after the tragic death of his son Beau in 2015 from brain cancer. It was a call that had a profound and lasting effect on me – and gave me a powerful insight into the character of the man who will now replace Donald Trump as the leader of the free world. It came as I was sitting in the kitchen of my...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the presidential campaign (all times local): 1:20 p.m. The highest-ranking Black member of Congress says he specifically advised President-elect Joe Biden to pick a Black woman as his running mate if he wanted to win the White House. House House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn told CNN on Saturday, “I said to him in private that I thought that a lot of the results would turn on whether or not there would be a Black woman” on the ticket. Of selecting California Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate, Clyburn said, “I think it cemented his relationship to the Black community.” Clyburn’s pivotal endorsement of Biden ahead of South Carolina’s early Democratic primary, the first in which Black voters played an outsize role, helped Biden develop the momentum that propelled him to successes in other primary and caucus contests, and ultimately to the Democratic nomination....
    The network may soon call the election winner. Fox News reportedly told its staff not to use the term “President-elect” when referring to Democratic candidate Joe Biden if he wins the race. According to two memos obtained by CNN journalists Oliver Darcy and Brian Stelter from three different sources and which were shared on their Twitter pages, the network told its anchors to refrain from using the common term when talking about Biden as it prepares to call the outcome of the 2020 presidential elections. Reporters for the conservative network should instead use phrases along the lines of “Biden has enough electoral votes to win the presidency.” “Fox News is instructing its talent not to call Joe Biden the “President-elect” when the network calls the race, according to two memos obtained by @brianstelter and me. The memos say Fox should “stay away” from using the description,” Darcy wrote. “The memos...
    Piers Morgan has ripped into Joe Biden's lacklustre campaign for the presidency - which this morning hinged on a few battleground states as the election went right down to the wire.  Trump supporters are triumphant after the president defied expectations of a drubbing and clung on to states won in 2016. 'We were told this was going to be a landslide, the national poll was about 10 points apart,' Morgan said. 'This was going to be a repudiation of the monster, but it seems Frankenstein has lost control of the monster.' The Democratic candidate failed to flip crucial toss-up states such as Florida and Ohio and pull off the blue washout his supporters had been touting. Trump claimed victory in the election and said he would be going to the Supreme Court, making allegations of 'fraud'. As several battlegrounds remained in play, Biden buoyed supporters by insisting he was surging towards...
    BARACK Obama asked whether Joe Biden had the "fire" to be the next US President, reveals a new book on the Democratic White House contender. And Jill Biden urged her whining husband to accept being Obama's vice-president, telling him to just "grow up", claims author and New Yorker reporter Evan Osnos. 4In 2015, then President Barack Obama shares a laugh with Vice President Joe BidenCredit: AP:Associated Press 4Joe Biden kisses his wife, Dr. Jill BidenCredit: Alamy Live News The extraordinary revelations are contained in Osnos's new book, Joe Biden: The Life, the Run, and What Matters Now. Commenting on Biden's aim to run for president, an unenthusiastic Obama apparently said in 2015: "I think that for both Joe and Hillary (Clinton), they've already accomplished an awful lot in their lives. "The question is, do they, at this phase in their lives, want to go through the pretty undignifying process...
    Tucker Carlson has revealed that UPS told him it found his lost Hunter Biden documents on the floor of a shipping store in Manhattan, and is demanding answers about how the flash drive came loose from a sealed package. On his show Thursday night, the Fox News host updated viewers on the saga, a day after revealing that the purportedly damaging documents had been lost on Monday while being shipped from New York to Los Angeles. Carlson revealed that the documents 'pertaining to the Biden family' were not received from Hunter's ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski, whom he interviewed in LA on Monday. He also said that his producers had made a copy of the files before attempting to ship them. The host did not reveal any of the contents of the documents on Thursday, saying 'we wanted to assess what we had, and we're still assessing it' for credibility, newsworthiness,...
    Representative Debbie Dingell (D-MI) said Thursday on CNN’s “New Day” that autoworkers who she thought “were going to go back to Joe Biden, were very clear with me last night they were voting for President Trump.” Partial transcript as follows: CAMEROTA: So, you had your finger on the pulse last time around in 2016, you were one of the soul voices that was trying to get people’s attention and say that there could be trouble for Hillary in Michigan, you wrote, I will quote your words back to you: I was the crazy one. I predicted that Hillary Clinton was in trouble in Michigan during the Democratic primary, I observed that Donald Trump could win the Republican nomination for president. And at Rotary Clubs, local chambers of commerce, union halls and mosques, I noted we could see a Trump presidency. So, Madam Fortune Teller, what are you seeing this time...
    Editor's Note: This article is adapted from Tucker Carlson's opening commentary on the Oct. 28, 2020 edition of "Tucker Carlson Tonight." Tuesday night, we heard at length and on camera from one of the Biden family's former business partners. His name is Tony Bobulinski. He's a very successful businessman and a Navy veteran. Bobulinski spoke to "Tucker Carlson Tonight" for a full hour. He told us he met two separate times with Joe Biden himself. Not just with Joe Biden's son or his brother, but with Joe Biden -- the former vice president and the man now running for president -- to discuss business deals with the communist government of China. That's a very serious claim, and whatever your political views, it's hard to dismiss it when Tony Bobulinski makes it because Bobulinsky is an unusually credible witness. He's not a partisan, he's not seeking money, he's not seeking publicity. He did not want to come...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden told the Milken Conference in May 2017 — where he allegedly met Tony Bobulinski about a business deal with a major Chinese company — that he would not run for president in 2020. He’d be “in a walker,” he joked. Biden’s remarks have resurfaced due to Bobulinski’s account of meeting with him at the request Biden’s brother, James, and son, Hunter. According to Bobulinski, they met for an hour to discuss the deal before Biden spoke at the Milken event. Last year, Biden told reporters as he campaigned for president: “I have never discussed, with my son or my brother or with anyone else, anything having to do with their businesses. Period.” Bobulinski’s account suggests Biden’s denial was a lie. The China deal was to have been a joint venture with the CEFC China Energy Co. on the one hand, and the “Biden family”...
    Vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris appeared to struggle when responding to a question from 60 Minutes regarding her being rated the most liberal senator in the United States. “You’re very different in the policies that you’ve supported in the past,” CBS News host Norah O’Donnell said in an interview aired Sunday. “You’re considered the most liberal United States senator.” “I — somebody said that, and it actually was Mike Pence on the debate stage,” Harris responded. “Yeah. Well, actually, the nonpartisan GovTrack has rated you as the most liberal senator,” O’Donnell responded. “You supported the Green New Deal; you supported 'Medicare for all'; you’ve supported legalizing marijuana. Joe Biden doesn’t support those things.” “What I will do, and I promise you this, and this is what Joe wants me to do, this was part of our deal, I will always share with him my lived experience as it relates...
    WASHINGTON — Hunter Biden’s ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski was warned “don’t mention Joe” in a 2017 text exchange which emerged following Bobulinski’s bombshell statement to The Post that former vice president Joe Biden was involved in his family’s plot to make millions in Communist China. The messages, obtained by Fox News on Thursday, purportedly shows Bobulinski being instructed by James Gilliar, another key player in the alleged scheme, not to make any mention of the former veep’s involvement. “Don’t mention Joe being involved, it’s only when u [sic] are face to face, I know u [sic] know that but they are paranoid,” a screenshot of the message shared by Fox News’ chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel reads. In a lengthy statement to The Post’s Michael Goodwin, Bobulinski addressed a May 13, 2017, email published last week that revealed how Hunter Biden pursued lucrative deals with a Chinese energy company and...
    President Donald Trump said in a televised interview that he has spoken to Attorney General Bill Barr about the high-stakes Durham probe and received assurances the government has 'plenty' of evidence to bring charges against his main political rivals. He made the extraordinary statement – which if accurate would be a breach of normal firewalls between prosecutors and the executive in a politically charged investigation – in an appearance on the Fox Business Network, where he also pronounced himself cured of the coronavirus. The Justice Department did not immediately respond when asked to confirm the president's characterization of his conversation with Barr.    President Donald Trump said Thursday he has spoken to Attorney General Bill Barr about the evidence in John Durham's probe fo alleged FBI misconduct, and said if the government doesn't bring charges 'I won't forget it' Trump also repeatedly blasted Hillary Clinton for her email scandal that was...
    An NBC Town Hall with Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump and Biden's plans would both add to the debt, analysis finds Trump says he will back specific relief measures hours after halting talks Chance the Rapper, Demi Lovato to play digital concert to encourage voting MORE billed as consisting only of "an audience of undecided Florida voters" included two Cuban-American voters who told MSNBC in August they were voting for Biden, according to a Tuesday report in the Washington Free Beacon. "Welcome to tonight’s town hall, where we are surrounded by dozens of undecided voters and where Democratic candidate Joe Biden will answer our questions and make his case tonight," moderator Lester Holt told viewers at the top of the broadcast on Monday night. One question at the event came from attorney Peter Gonzalez. Six weeks ago, Gonzalez told MSNBC on Aug. 23 that "if we get four more years of Trump,...
            by John Solomon  State Department officials were explicitly ordered in spring 2019 to stop tracking 13 prominent Americans’ social media accounts for information about the Joe Biden-Ukraine scandal because the monitoring violated federal law, according to emails that were originally redacted to hide the concerns from the American public. “We are barred by law from actively monitoring the accounts of American citizens in aggregate — and particularly from identifying and monitoring individual, selected accounts,” a State Department official wrote in an April 1, 2019 email to officials in Washington and the U.S. embassy in Kiev. The unredacted emails, obtained by Just the News, raise new questions about the accuracy of State Department officials’ testimony during President Trump’s impeachment proceedings. They also provide a window into how the department used redactions in a Freedom of Information Act case to hide the potentially explosive information just weeks...
    Leaked internal Department of Homeland Security talking points have revealed that federal law enforcement officials were directed to make sympathetic comments about Kenosha teen gunman Kyle Rittenhouse if publicly asked about the shootings.  The talking points, obtained by NBC News, were given to Homeland Security officials to prepare them for possible questions from the media after the 17-year-old was charged with shooting dead two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin last month.   It is not clear if the leaked talking points came from the White House or from Homeland Security's press office.  The emergence of the document came as Rittenhouse's attorneys said they planned to sue Joe Biden and his campaign for libel after the Democratic candidate tweeted a video clip that suggested the teenager is a white supremacist.    The leaked document, which Homeland Security refused to comment on, suggests that officials point to the fact that Rittenhouse 'took his rifle to...
    CLAIM: Joe Biden said President Donald Trump told the “Proud Boys” to “stand ready based on the outcome of the election.” VERDICT: FALSE. Biden brought up the “Proud Boys,” whom Trump told to “stand down and stand by.” Biden delivered a speech in Pennsylvania on Wednesday, the day after the first presidential debate, in which he grossly distorted what Trump said the night before. He also delivered a similar speech in Ohio. Moderator Chris Wallace asked Trump to tell “white supremacists and militia” to “stand down.” When Trump asked him to name a group, Biden interjected and named the “Proud Boys,” a right-wing group. Here is the debate transcript (emphasis added): Wallace: You have repeatedly criticized the vice president for not specifically calling out Antifa — Trump: That’s right. Wallace: — and other left-wing extremist groups. But are you willing, tonight to condemn white supremacists and militia groups — Trump: Sure. Wallace: — and to...
    President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden fought over the coronavirus crisis at the Tuesday night presidential debate by accusing each other of killing more people had the other been in office. 'He panicked or he just looked at the stock market, one of the two, because guess what, a lot of people die and a lot mroe are going to die unless he gets a lot smarter, a lot quicker,' Biden said onstage.  At another point Trump shouted it would have been Biden who'd killed more - calling his response to swine flu pandemic in 2009 a 'disaster.'   President Donald Trump (left) and Democrat Joe Biden (right) sparred over the coronavirus crisis at Tuesday night's debate, suggesting the other one would have killed more Americans  Trump pulled out a mask trying to push that he wasn't mask-averse despite making fun of Biden for his mask wearing ...
    CLAIM: Vice President Joe Biden claimed during the first presidential debate that President Donald Trump told people to inject bleach into their arms. VERDICT: MOSTLY FALSE. President Donald Trump questioned an expert during a press conference about the value of injecting disinfectant or Ultraviolet rays into the body to kill the coronavirus. He did not tell Americans to inject bleach into their arms. From the White House transcript: THE PRESIDENT: Right. And then I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in a minute. One minute. And is there a way we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning. Because you see it gets in the lungs and it does a tremendous number on the lungs. So it would be interesting to check that. So, that, you’re going to have to use medical doctors with… But it sounds — it sounds interesting to me....
    Former Secretary of State and failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted Thursday that President Donald Trump is acting like a “would-be dictator,” claiming he will refuse to allow a peaceful transfer of power in the event Joe Biden wins the election. “Trump’s refusal to commit to the peaceful transfer of power is the behavior of a desperate would-be dictator who’d cling to office even if it meant destroying our democracy,” Clinton tweeted. “It’s pathetic. But because he is the president, we should take his threat seriously.” Trump’s refusal to commit to the peaceful transfer of power is the behavior of a desperate would-be dictator who’d cling to office even if it meant destroying our democracy. It’s pathetic. But because he is the president, we should take his threat seriously. — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 24, 2020 However, Clinton earlier advised Biden not to concede “under any circumstances,” even if...
    During a September 2019 “townhall” hosted by New Hampshire ABC affiliate WMUR, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden made clear that he does not believe the Second Amendment protects an individual right to keep and bear arms and that the U.S. Supreme Court decision in District of Columbia v. Heller was incorrect. During the event, Biden was asked, “Do you agree with the D.C. v. Heller decision in regards to protecting the individual right to bear arms that are in common use and which are utilized for lawful purposes?” Biden responded in part, “If I were on the court I wouldn’t have made the same ruling. OK, that’s number one.” Later, the noted resume padder and law school plagiarist boasted, And I taught for years Constitutional law and separation of powers, I taught the Second Amendment. And the Second Amendment is not absolute. And we can argue, the fundamental argument is well regulated militia and all those things, I won’t get...
    UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Joe Biden, the 2020 US Democratic presidential nominee. Getty Joe Biden triggered a row in the UK by threatening to veto a transatlantic trade deal if Prime Minister Boris Johnson breaks his Brexit deal with the European Union. Johnson has vowed to disapply the deal he signed with the EU over trade and border provisions with Northern Ireland — and to break international law in order to do so. Senior congressional lawmakers including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have told Johnson that there would be no free-trade deal with the US if he went ahead with this plan. On Wednesday, Biden tweeted that any trade deal was “contingent upon respect for the Agreement and preventing the return of a hard border.” Johnson’s supporters branded Biden a “Boris hater” and ordered him not to lecture...
    Michael Caputo, the Trump loyalist installed at the Health and Human Service Department who told followers to 'buy ammunition,' says in a bleak rant posted to his followers that 'deep state' scientists want Americans to get the deadly coronavirus.  Caputo apologized in an emergency staff meeting Tuesday after the New York Times reported on his Facebook post, where Caputo lashed out at opponents, lamented the state of his own mental health, and told people: 'If you carry guns, buy ammunition, ladies and gentlemen, because it's going to be hard to get.' Caputo, who delivered the video message from his home in upstate New York, tells his 5,000 followers: 'I'm under siege. It's been going on for a couple of weeks. And I don't care. BecauseI have the president's support. I know that because he's told me so.' Communications official for the Department of Health and Human Services, Michael Caputo, lashes...
    DONALD Trump Jr. joined in on recent attacks against Jake Tapper, calling him a “democrat operative” after a Republican politician accused the CNN host of trying to convince him not to run for office. Trump Jr.’s comments come after Sean Parnell, a U.S. Army veteran who is running for a House seat in Western Pennsylvania, accused Tapper of trying to convince him not to run against incumbent Democrat Rep. Conor Lamb, Fox News reported. 4Donald Trump Jr. slammed Jake Tapper as a 'democrat operative'Credit: AFP or licensors 4Jake Tapper is alleged to have told a Republican congressional candidate not to run for officeCredit: 2019 NBCUniversal Media, LLC 4Donald Trump Jr. claims Tapper told Sean Parnell not to run against Conor Lamb 4Sean Parnell is running for a House seat in Western PennsylvaniaCredit: Getty Images - Getty “CNN's @JakeTapper went way harder & spent way more time & energy trying to...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden attacked President Donald Trump on Wednesday for downplaying the threat of the coronavirus earlier this year to discourage panic — but he himself told Americans not to panic about the disease. Sean Hannity aired archival footage on Fox News of Biden speaking to supporters in Sumter, South Carolina, on Feb. 28 — one day before Biden won the state’s primary, securing his first victory in three presidential campaigns and creating a path to the nomination. “Barack [Obama] and I, when we were — as president and vice president – we took on the virus that was threatening all of Africa and, uh, the rest of the world,” Biden said, forgetting the name of the Ebola virus. “And we set up a mechanism that worked. “But I want to take a moment to say it’s not a time to panic about coronavirus, but coronavirus is a...
    DULUTH, Minnesota — Vice President Mike Pence said at a campaign event on Friday afternoon that President Donald Trump stands with Minnesota’s miners and workers in the Minnesota Iron Range. Pence spoke in Minnesota, a state Trump and Pence narrowly lost during the 2016 presidential election by 1.5 percentage points. Now, the Trump-Pence team has targeted the state and hopes to expand their foothold in Congress. For instance, former Rep. Jason Lewis (R-MN) hopes to unseat Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN) during the 2020 elections. The former congressman added that the Republican National Convention (RNC) was “four days of optimism.” Lewis said that Trump’s tax cuts and regulation cuts helped stir manufacturing and job growth in Minnesota. He further joked that the Democrat National Convention “looked like an H.R. meeting on Zoom.” Rep. Pete Stauber (R-MN) said Trump “brought mining and manufacturing back to the shores of the United States.” Pence...
    A New York Times security guard, who volunteered her support for candidate Joe Biden during a 2019 visit to the newspaper’s editorial board, will officially nominate the former vice president to be the Democratic Party’s 2020 pick. The 31-year-old guard who has chosen to only reveal her first and middle names, Jacquelyn Brittany, shared a brief elevator ride with Biden back in December, but she made a strong impression when she told him “I love you” and said he was her favorite among the crowded Democratic field. The encounter was captured by a camera crew trailing Biden and was later tweeted out by Biden, who said he was “honored” to have her endorsement. Honored to have won Jacquelyn’s endorsement. pic.twitter.com/tGpNZjXacu — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) January 20, 2020 According to the Washington Post, the Democratic Party will give her honor of introducing Biden’s into the convention as the party’s nomination for president. Brittany told...
    Donald Trump lashed out at Michelle Obama on Tuesday after the former first lady excoriated him during her Democratic Convention speech Monday night – but the president claims he wouldn't have won in 2016 if it weren't for her husband's 'corrupt' presidency. 'Somebody please explain to @MichelleObama that Donald J. Trump would not be here, in the beautiful White House, if it weren't for the job done by your husband, Barack Obama,' Trump tweeted the morning after the first night of the first-ever fully virtual convention. 'Biden was merely an afterthought,' he continued, 'a good reason for that very late & unenthusiastic endorsement.' 'My Administration and I built the greatest economy in history, of any country, turned it off, saved millions of lives, and now am building an even greater economy than it was before,' the president touted in a set of tweets Tuesday morning. He added: 'Sit back &...
    Rep. Karen Bass won't be the 2020 Democratic vice presidential nominee. Joe Biden, the presumptive 2020 Democratic standard-bearer, personally told the California lawmaker, elected in 2010, she hadn't made the cut, according to CNN. After months of speculation, Biden, himself a former vice president, informed his senior advisers Tuesday he'd selected his running mate. Bass, 66, is a prominent voice in the Congressional Black Caucus, chairing the body since 2018. She also spearheaded the Biden campaign's joint task force with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders that was focused on the economy. Prior to representing her Los Angeles-based district in Washington, D.C., the trained physician assistant and social worker was speaker of the California State Assembly, steering California's response to the 2007–2008 financial crisis. The daughter of a letter-carrier father and a homemaker mother was the first black woman to hold that position in any of the country's state legislatures. Bass...
    Daily Telegraph columnist Miranda Devine claimed on Tuesday that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is being told to avoid debating Donald Trump due to his declining cognitive s tate, Sky News reported. “They’re all saying ‘no no please don’t do, whatever you do, don’t debate Trump,” said to Sky News’ Alan Jones. “And they’re not admitting it’s because Joe Biden has serious cognitive decline, which anyone who’s seen him up close – as I have – knows and can tell from a mile off. It’s all about keeping Joe Biden in the basement because he’s actually doing nothing.” Devine’s comments came after two New York Times columns last month that suggested Biden should avoid debating Trump— although one piece supported the possibility if the real estate mogul meets two conditions set by Democrats. Despite the focus on the pressure on Biden to avoid debating Trump, CNN reported that such reports...
    President Trump said Wednesday that the U.S. is considering banning the social media app TikTok amid fears that it could be used by China to spy on Americans.  'We're looking at TikTok, we're thinking about making a decision,' he told reporters in the South Lawn before departing the White House for a day trip to Texas.    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, who stood alongside Trump and addressed reporters, said TikTok is being looked at by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, which reviews deals by foreign acquirers for potential national security risks.  President Trump told reporters Wednesday that the U.S. is 'looking at' banning TikTok, a Chinese social media app  TikTok faces regulatory challenges across the globe, and a potential ban by the U.S. government over suspicions Beijing could force its Chinese owner to turn over user data. China's President Xi Jinping is photographed in May ...
    Media reports on the June fundraising totals would have you believe that Joe Biden “tops” or “beats” President Trump. However, whoever is running Joe Biden’s campaign better keep the corks in the champagne bottles, because the truth is June was a terrible month for Joe Biden and the Democrat Party. Joe Biden was an anemic fundraiser throughout his primary battle. A report from Politico in October of 2019 said Biden was getting “crushed” in fundraising. It argued, “Obama and Clinton’s biggest donors favor Biden, yet he still can’t match his rivals’ cash flow.” According to the report, Biden had more big-money bundlers and donors from Obama and Clinton than any of his competitors. Now, as the presumptive nominee, the rest should presumably be in his corner now, as well. However, during a primary, the value of big donors and high-dollar bundlers is greatly reduced by federal contribution limits — it was why...
    CELTIC have been dealt a huge blow as Southampton reportedly want to keep hold of Fraser Forster. The goalkeeper, 32, was shipped out on loan to Neil Lennon's side last year. 1Fraser Forster is set to stay with Southampton next season Credit: Kenny Ramsay - The Sun Glasgow Celtic were hopeful of extending Forster's loan deal at the club for one more year. But the Daily Mail claim Southampton want him to fight for the No1 spot next season. Ralph Hasenhuttl wants him to challenge Alex McCarthy at St Mary's. This could mean that the Saints will allow reserve keeper Angus Gunn to leave on loan. Southampton forked out £10million to sign Forster from Celtic in 2014. He has two years remaining on his £90,000-per-week contract with the Saints. Most read in FootballBLOOD CITYGirl, 3, ‘shot in chest in Chicago drive-by shooting’ while...
    Joe Biden told reporters on Wednesday that he’s taken a cognitive functioning test which, if true, must have occurred sometime in the last 6 months. Biden was attempting to exit his speech-turned-press conference, and the last question was from Doug McKelway of Fox News, who asked if the presumptive Democrat nominee has been tested “for some degree of cognitive decline?” ὄ Biden admitted today hes "been tested" and is "constantly tested." Did Biden take a cognitive test? What were the results? Why is he getting frequently tested? pic.twitter.com/A4NCC8w2wC — Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) June 30, 2020 “I’ve been tested and I’m constantly tested,” Biden responded. “All you’ve got to do is watch me, and I can hardly wait to compare my cognitive capability to the cognitive capability of the man I’m running against,” he said. In December 2019, Biden released his medical exam, and as...
    Jill Biden said Tuesday that "a lot of Republicans" on the campaign trail told her that they're going to vote for her husband and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenRussian bounty intel was included in Trump's daily briefing: reports House Dems to offer up road map to solve the climate crisis Supreme Court ruling could unleash new legal challenges to consumer bureau MORE.  “From what I’ve seen, a lot of Republicans are going to vote for Joe," Jill Biden said during an interview on ABC's "The View" on Tuesday. "You know, they’ve been saying it. Maybe they’re not saying it publicly," she said in response to a question from co-host Megan McCain, who described Republicans as "very tribal" and noted that Trump was predicting a big win based on a "silent majority." "When I was out there on the trail, a lot of people came up to me and...
    The woman seen yelling at workers and customers during opening day at a new Trader Joe’s in North Hollywood, Calif., on Friday has been speaking to Los Angeles TV news reporters in an effort to defend her actions and explain what the world saw on cell-phone videos that have been circulated all over the world. The videos show her throwing down her shopping basket and yelling at Trader Joe’s workers who told her to wear a face mask in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. This is a Trader Joe’s today. In Los Angeles. Cases are through the roof in California. Is there any way to reach these people? pic.twitter.com/q1hIQr6aCL — Joshua Potash (@JoshuaPotash) June 27, 2020 Ya’ll I’ve found Karen of the San Fernando Valley #karen #KarensGoneWild #TraderJoes #noho #northhollywood #grandopening #coronaviris #COVID19 Follow this thread pic.twitter.com/V0vkAMgkHi — D. Giles (@ItsRellzWorld) June 27, 2020 The...
    The California woman who was seen in a viral video spewing profanities at Trader Joe's workers after she was asked to wear a mask claims she was given permission to shop without a mask because of an unspecified health problem, and that she is not sorry for her foul-mouthed outburst.  The incident took place on Friday evening at the new Trader Joe's location in North Hollywood, which held grand opening that day.  Cellphone video recorded by a fellow shopper, actor D Giles, shows the unnamed blonde, wearing a light-blue 'bebe' T-shirt and no face covering, raving about masks and her breathing problem, and calling staff 'f***ing Democrat pigs.' In an interview with KABC, the woman, who declined to give her name, claimed that she lashed out after being confronted by an aggressive male shopper at the store.  Scroll down for video  The unnamed woman was caught on camera...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A shopper at a North Hollywood Trader Joe’s was filmed having an angry outburst after being told to wear a mask inside the store. Woman caught on camera screaming at a North Hollywood Trader Joe’s after being told to wear a mask. (Courtesy: Twitter/@ItsRellzWorld) The incident was caught on cellphone video and shared widely on social media, garnering more than seven million views as of Saturday night. In the video, the shopper was heard yelling expletives and calling employees “Democratic pigs.” At one point in the clip, she slammed her shopping basket on the ground and stormed off toward the exit. The shopper was at the store on opening day of a new Trader Joe’s location in the North Hollywood neighborhood. While Trader Joe’s is not requiring masks inside their locations but only encouraging them as an extra precaution against the coronavirus, last week Gov. Gavin Newsom...
    A woman at a Trader Joe’s went on a tirade after she was told she had to wear a face mask in its store.  According to TMZ, the woman arrived at the San Fernando Valley store wearing a face covering. At some point while shopping, however, the mask disappeared.  A store manager told TMZ the woman claimed she had a breathing problem, which is why she removed her face covering. But her alleged illness didn’t prevent her from screaming at employees and other customers.  Once people approached the woman and told her to cover her face, she refused. Then things got political. Opening day at Trader Joe’s in North Hollywood, Ca. Karen is mad she was mask shamed... pic.twitter.com/pF3Zgj3w2E— Rex Chapman
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