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    IT'S obvious when you really think about it. But do YOU know why a T-shirt has the "T" at the beginning? 3People are only just realising why T-shirts have a T in their name - because they are shaped like a TCredit: Getty People who don't have been taking to TikTok to admit their minds have been blown after learning what the name really means. "The reason T-shirts are called T-shirts is because they’re T-shaped," one person wrote in a video on the social media site. "I bet you didn’t know this," they wrote in the video caption. "what bro, i never knew!" one person wrote in the comments. Read more Real Life stories HANDY HACK You’ve been tucking your T-shirt in wrong - the right way makes it less bulky While another added: "IQ unmatched." Someone else posted a video in which they wrote: "I just realised that T-shirts are called T-shirts because they're shaped like a T." "The woman was too stunned to speak," a voice added in the clip. People...
    President Joe Biden's new press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre struggled through a one hour and four minute briefing Wednesday, admitting she hadn't listened to a question-and-answer session Biden had with reporters just minutes before. 'I was in my office. I did not actually hear what the president said. I do not like to speak on something without having a conversation with the president first,' Jean-Pierre said.  She was unable to answer why Biden didn't know about the brewing baby formula shortage for two months.  President Joe Biden's new press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre struggled through a one hour and four minute briefing Wednesday, admitting she hadn't listened to a question-and-answer session Biden had with reporters just minutes before President Joe Biden said he was informed of the baby formula crisis in early April, nearly two months after Abbott recalled formula from a Michigan factory, which created a shortage. At an event with CEOs Wednesday, they said they were aware of how bad it could get  At the conclusion of an event on the baby formula crisis - which was held directly before the press...
    White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre could not answer why President Joe Biden did not know about the baby formula crisis until April. Jean-Pierre faced a slew of questions Wednesday on the topic, just an hour after Biden himself revealed that he was not aware of the scope of the problem until months after Abbott Laboratories shut down its facility, leading to the nationwide formula shortages. "We have been working on this issue from day one," Jean-Pierre dodged in one such exchange. "What you hear from the president is his frustration." REGULATORY CAPTURE IS MILKING THE BABY FORMULA MARKET In a separate exchange, NBC News's Kelly O'Donnell pressed Jean-Pierre over her comments about the "information flow" within the White House and why some matters are brought to Biden's desk and not others. She additionally questioned Jean-Pierre's answers from earlier in the briefing, claiming that "it sounds like [he was] questioning the April date that the president just gave us." "No, I am not questioning the president at all. I'm just saying I have not spoken to the president," Jean-Pierre...
    When James Cruickshank tested positive for Covid-19 this year, his girlfriend automatically assumed she was next. The 30 year-old fitness fanatic and his partner, Steph Grant, live together in a rented apartment in Sydney. But months later Ms Grant, 28, who admits she easily catches colds, is still Covid-free. Months after Steph Grant's partner James Cruickshank got Covid, Ms Grant who admits she easily catches colds, is still Covid-free Steph Grant, right, is far from alone in being baffled at why she's avoided much-feared virus 'I thought, if anyone is going to get it, it's for sure going to be me. But I didn't. It was super surprising,' she told SBS. Ms Grant is not alone in being baffled at why she's avoided the much-feared virus. For every story of someone who got sick with Covid-19, there seems to be a parallel tale of someone who expected to fall ill but didn't. Aside from how Covid-19 started in the first place, why some people don't seem to get sick from it has been one of the greatest mysteries of the...
    Whoopi Goldberg called out Republican senators for their repeated questioning of Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s past child pornography cases. Goldberg specifically hit at Republican senators for now acting “so concerned about pedophilia and sex crimes” when they failed to condemn conservatives and Republicans facing allegations for those exact crimes. “Why didn’t they want to hear the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh?” Goldberg asked. “Why weren’t they interested in that? Why — why didn’t they condemn Matt Gaetz, who is being investigated for allegedly sex trafficking. Allegedly. I just want to make sure y’all heard me say allegedly.” The host then pointed to the allegations against Roy Moore, adding, “I always bring him up, and they didn’t say boo.” The View hosts then turned their attention to the Democrats, denouncing them for failing to call out the GOP’s hypocrisy throughout Jackson’s confirmation hearings. “I think, you know, Democrats always seem to fall back on decency, you know, the old Michelle Obama, ‘When they go low, we go high.’ I think when they go low, we need to go to the Earth’s crust,” Sunny...
    Comic and pundit Bill Maher asked his panel why Vladimir Putin didn’t invade Ukraine when “his boyfriend” former President Donald Trump was in office. On Friday night’s edition of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, the host put that question to guests Max Brooks and Kristen Soltis Anderson, and none of the responses were complimentary to Mr. Putin or Mr. Trump: MR. MAHER: But I know you were watching our show last week and you heard me say, Why didn’t Putin invade Ukraine when his boyfriend, Trump was in office? I mean, Trump stood with him at Helsinki and defended him over our own intelligence agencies. So I was just asking the question. And maybe you do have an answer. Why not? When Trump was in office, it would seem to be the more logical place. MR. BROOKS: No, he didn’t invade because he didn’t need to, because you only roll out the tanks when you think you’re out of options. And Putin had a grand asymmetric strategy to dismantle Naito from within. And it was working when the commander in chief of the...
    A YOUNG mum has revealed how she had no idea she was pregnant until she was rushed to hospital and gave birth. Kate, from the US, was in college when she gave birth to her now one-year-old son, Sebi. 2Trolls claimed Kate 'should have known' she was pregnantCredit: @kateschmittling/Tiktok In a TikTok video that has now gone viral with over 13 million, Kate explained how she had a cryptic pregnancy. The 20-year-old explained that she was taken to ER after suffering from severe period cramps and thought she was 'dying'. Little did she know she was in for the surprise of her life. When she was checked over, Kate was shocked to find out she was pregnant and would be delivering the baby that day. Kate claims she had no idea she was pregnant as she was still on birth control. A cryptic pregnancy is when medical testing methods fail to detect a pregnancy and usual symptoms like vomiting, periods and showing a bump do not occur. Most read in LifestyleROYAL MOVE Queen 'won't live at Buck Palace' &...
    (CNN)Chris Noth jokes that he's been wearing black, holding his rosary beads and "saying all my Hail Marys."The actor talked to Vogue about the death of his character, Mr. Big, on the "Sex and the City" reboot "And Just Like That..." which has caused quite a stir among viewers.Noth said he felt "good" about the storyline, adding that the creator of both shows "Michael Patrick King is such a wonderful craftsman, and I thought it could have gone wrong easily, you know?" And Just Like That, Carrie and the crew are back"He was on a tight rope in terms of not being over-sentimental or morbid," Noth said. "He was really happy with how it came together and how the show looked and how it has reinvented itself.""All things end, and it was time for him to go, unless we're gonna be doing 'Scenes From a Marriage,' 'Sex and the City' style," he added. "There was nowhere to go with it but six feet under."Read MoreAs for that scene where Big's wife Carrie Bradshaw, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, holding him...
    Getty Returning Clippers free agents Serge Ibaka and Nicolas Batum high-five Paul George On the first day of training camp — the official start of a 2021-22 season that, in light of Kawhi Leonard’s highly uncertain return from injury and the trading of team heartbeat Patrick Beverley, represents a massive question mark for the L.A. Clippers — owner Steve Ballmer, head coach Tyronn Lue and 12 players appeared for the cameras.  Not a one was anything but positive about the road ahead, and certainly no controversies were stirred like that surrounding Wizards superstar (and non-scientist) Bradley Beal, who pushed back at vaccination questions, or conspiracy-leaning Kyrie Irving, who continued to leave open the chance he could miss a bunch of games for Brooklyn by not getting the shot. But by and large the most effusive of those Clippers who spoke were L.A.’s four returning free agents re-signed this summer: Reggie Jackson, Nicolas Batum, Serge Ibaka and Leonard. (Forward Amir Coffey also re-signed, on his second two-way deal.)  Obviously, there’s nothing new about NBA players expressing early enthusiasm and...
    ANNAPOLIS Md. (WJZ) — WJZ went inside a hospital room to interview a patient who contracted COVID-19. Marvin Harrison said he wishes he’d taken the vaccine before he got sick. READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Severe Thunderstorm Warning Issued For Baltimore & Carroll Counties “I’m here because God saved my life,” said Harrison. ” I thought I wouldn’t make it. Best way to describe that if I had to make my assessment, near death.” The 54-year-old described himself as healthy until two weeks ago when two at-home COVID-19 tests came back positive. “I couldn’t sleep, constantly hurting, constantly coughing, no energy, no breath, no oxygen. I basically laid in the bed probably all week by myself but I wasn’t getting better,” said Harrison. Harrison said he was always careful but in his words, he kept dragging his feet and never got the vaccine. Harrison said he didn’t get the vaccine even after his wife, who’s a nurse, told him to get the shot. READ MORE: 30-Year-Old William Diggs Pleads Guilty To Federal Narcotics Trafficking Charges “Do you regret not taking the...
    More On: andrew giuliani NY GOP leaders pick Lee Zeldin as ‘presumptive’ gov nominee after straw poll Andrew Giuliani releases poll claiming lead in GOP race to take on Gov. Cuomo Letters to the Editor — May 23, 2021 Elise Stefanik’s promotion positions Lee Zeldin for NY gov nomination ALBANY — He didn’t call, he didn’t write. State Republican Party leaders seemed hurt that gubernatorial hopeful Andrew Giuliani didn’t do more to schmooze them during his upstate campaign tour, according to audio of the discussions obtained by The Post. Several officials, who also questioned Giuliani about his lack of experience during a closed-door meeting on Monday, also accused the former Trump White House aide of failing to pay homage while campaigning on their turf over the last several weeks “You mentioned that you’ve been to all 62 counties. I don’t remember you coming to my county and if you did you never notified me to let me know that you were in my county,” griped Schoharie County GOP Chair Assemblyman Chris Tague during a private question and answer...
    Dr Anthony Fauci was accused of lying Sunday after claims he falsely denied knowing the reasons behind President Trumps's decision to cut funding to the Chinese lab accused of releasing COVID-19.  The White House's chief medical advisor initially resisted Trump's order to halt taxpayer funding for the Wuhan Institute of Virology in April 2020, according to an upcoming book, before telling a house committee in June that he 'didn't know the reason' behind the then-president's decision.  However, Fauci's account is contradicted by 'verbatim' quotes which show he was fully aware Trump took the decision out of concern about the lab's safety record and fears it was the source of the COVID pandemic, report Washington Post journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta. The White House's chief medical advisor initially resisted Trump's order to halt taxpayer funding for the Wuhan Institute of Virology in April 2020, according to an upcoming book, before telling a house committee in June that he 'didn't know the reason' behind the then-president's decision. They are pictured together at a news conference Rep. Buddy Carter, R-Ga., told...
    A BEAUTICIAN who laced her friend's cocktail with ecstasy and watched as she became "wobbly" has claimed she "didn't know why she did it". Tanya Windsor, 25, spiked young mum Chantelle Booker's cocktail with a high concentration of MDMA and told her she had added a "special ingredient". 1Tanya Windsor, 25, avoided jail and was given a two-year community orderCredit: Facebook Maidstone Crown Court heard how Windsor, of Swanley, watched as her friend reacted after drinking the mystery cocktail, Kent Online reports. Prosecutor Ed Fowler said: "This case is about the defendant sprinkling MDMA in a cocktail. Windsor and Ms Booker had been friends for about 10 years. "They had lost contact and had not seen each other for three years before this incident." 'SPECIAL INGREDIENT' Fowler said the two pals had met up at Booker's flat on May 15 last year after messaging each other. "The defendant had bought two cocktails in 500 millilitre bottles and Windsor encouraged Ms Booker to drink the one meant for her," he said. Half an hour later, after drinking only half of her...
    Getty Former Nets center LaMarcus Aldridge watches his shot in the first half against the Los Angeles Lakers at Barclays Center on April 10, 2021 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. The Nets have already cruised into the second round of the NBA playoffs after knocking off the Boston Celtics 4-1. Their offense has been humming with historic efficiency, their defense has been mostly solid, and they look every bit the championship favorite that sportsbooks and analysts made them out to be. Still, a thought lingers in the back of Nets fans’ minds as they eye the second round: Imagine this team with LaMarcus Aldridge? For a few weeks back in March and April, it was a reality. The Nets had a dynamic interior presence who could also stretch the floor with his 3-point range. But Aldridge, a seven-time All-Star, announced his retirement on April 15 after an irregular heartbeat prompted him to put his health first. In an interview with Shams Charania of The Athletic, Aldridge spoke for the first time about his decision to...
    Friends reunion director, Ben Winston revealed why regular guest stars Paul Rudd and Cole Sprouse didn't appear on the HBO special. Despite fan backlash, Ben shared their absence was due to show time and scheduling. 7Friends reunion director, Ben Winston revealed why regular guest stars Paul Rudd and Cole Sprouse didn't appear on the HBO specialCredit: ©2021 WarnerMedia Direct, LLC. All Rights Reserved. HBO Max™ is used under license. 7Despite fan backlash, Ben shared their absence was due to show time and schedulingCredit: Getty 7Ben told The Wrap: 'Well, we couldn't have everybody on, because it's only an hour and 45 minutes'Credit: Getty Images - Getty Ben told The Wrap, of the absences of Paul Rudd, who portrayed Phoebe's husband, Mike, and Cole Sprouse who played Ross' son Ben: "Well, we couldn't have everybody on, because it's only an hour and 45 minutes. And you've got to pay attention — the main nub of the show has got to be about the six cast members. "So you can't have too many cameos because of course, there were hundreds of amazing...
    Joe Biden wants you to know that he’s suddenly, a year and a half in, developed a mild curiosity about where this pandemic came from. Turns out the virus probably didn’t originate in Omaha. More than that, Joe Biden can’t say. But he’s put some of his top sleuths on it — the super spies in the so-called "intelligence community" — and they’ve promised to report back at some point.   As of today, two-thirds of Joe Biden’s spies believe the virus jumped naturally to humans from an infected animal, as viruses often do as you peruse the pangolin aisle in your local wet market. The spies who believe that are the ones who’ve never spoken to a working virologist and don’t have internet access. But, the other third, Biden told us, "leans more towards" the theory that COVID escaped from the nearby government lab in Wuhan was conducting dangerous experiments on nearly-identical bat coronaviruses at the same time. That’s a minority of spies who believe that, but they’re open to the possibility. Who knows, really.   Either way, Biden...
    In addition to science and technology, there is an interest in manga and anime in this medium of communication. So when someone comes up with mixing them, we can’t get enough of the emotion in our chest. But also, when this mixture refers to an element of Latin America, we overflow with joy. It was precisely what happened to us this Monday with the recent publication of SOUL and its relationship with Evangelion. As everyone should know in the Atacama desert, in Chile, there is the largest astronomical project on our planet. It is the Atacama Millimeter / Submillimeter Array, better known as SOUL. In this region of southern territory there are a total of 66 antennas that serve as radio telescopes. Its function, in a very generic brief explanation, is to observe millimeter wavelengths. That is, it captures extremely detailed images of the stars. One of the many purposes is to know more information about the formation of stars in the universe. Relationship between ALMA and Evangelion On the morning of February 8, the official Twitter account of the...
    When I found out that an old friend from my former Jewish Haredi community had participated in a violent coup to overthrow the government, I felt pain, anger and despair. But I didn’t feel surprise. For the last five years, I’ve looked on in horror as more and more people from that community have been sucked into the cult of Trumpism. From embracing the tenets of white nationalism to the beatings of two Haredi whistleblowers instigated by the Haredi world’s own little Trump, Heshy Tischler, Trumpism has become an infection within the world I once called home. That infection was raging on Jan. 6, when my friend, who I’m not naming here because the only attention he deserves is from the FBI, joined buses full of Orthodox Jews from New York—including Aaron Mostofsky, the young man in the animal pelt costume seen taking a police officer’s shield and who was arrested days later—to join the neo-Nazis, QAnon conspiracists, and white nationalists at the day’s protests that became a riot. My friend had always struck me as quiet and shy. Not...
    It feels appropriate to speak with WWE Superstar Bianca Belair on Jan. 20, 2021. As a Black woman in the pro wrestling industry who has made it a point to focus on diversity and representation, to have this conversation as the first woman of color is being inaugurated as the vice president of the United States is significant. It’s history, and Belair is all about making history both in and out of the ring.  MORE: WWE 24 review: Keith Lee is much more than meets the eye in emotional documentary Despite not growing up as a fan of pro wrestling, Belair has found her purpose as a WWE Superstar and makes an effort to use her platform to make a difference in the world. The EST of WWE began her journey as a track and field athlete, picking up All-SEC and All-American honors in track and field at the University of Tennessee before entering CrossFit and powerlifting competitions. An unfortunate condition of intercostal chondritis (shifting rib syndrome) forced her to retire from competition in CrossFit, but WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry spotted her and felt she’d...
    ABC Ivan Hall sitting with Tayshia Adams during episode six of The Bachelorette. Ivan Hall’s elimination in the final three on The Bachelorette took fans by surprise, not only because his seemingly strong relationship with Tayshia Adams came to such an abrupt end, but also because she cited religious differences as her reason for the decision. Hall, 28, eventually revealed on social media and podcast appearances that he’s not religious and that conflicted with Adams’ Christian beliefs. In his final conversation with Adams on the show, he apologized for not bringing up the subject sooner. But in a recent appearance on Nick Viall’s podcast, Viall Files, Hall said he wishes he didn’t say sorry in that moment. “That is one thing I will say I kind of regret,” Hall told Viall. “I didn’t mean to apologize. I was just kind of trying to be nice and just get off the stage and go at that point. So I just wanted to leave early. At the end of the day, what I realized — even before that, so I...
    Eva Amurri Shares Shes Dating Chef Ian Hock After Divorce From Kyle Martino Tesla stock tops $800 on ‘blue’ hopes, Wall Street upgrade Steve Nash doesnt know why Kyrie Irving missed Thursdays Nets-Sixers game The Brooklyn Nets knew they would be without Kevin Durant on Thursday. Kyrie Irving’s absence came as a surprise. The Nets suited up for their nationally televised win over the Philadelphia 76ers without either of their superstars. Durant is in quarantine after a COVID-19 exposure. As for Irving? Here’s what head coach Steve Nash said pregame.Nash: ‘I don’t know’ Steve Nash doesn’t know why Kyrie Irving is out tonight, but he is hoping everything is OK. pic.twitter.com/m0bytoDBne— Dime (@DimeUPROXX) January 8, 2021 “I don’t know,” Nash said when asked why Irving was absent. “I just found out. I just sent him a message in the last half hour. I haven’t heard back yet. Obviously thinking about him and hope all is well. It’s a private matter.” That was in the hour leading up to tip-off. Irving was officially listed as out for personal reasons.Irving to...
    Santa is coming for Madison LeCroy this year. The “Southern Charm” star, 31, told Page Six that a mishap last year made her 7-year-old son, Hudson question the magical man — and his mom’s behavior. “I was such an idiot and I didn’t buy myself any gifts and wrap them and put them under the tree, so my son goes, ‘You must have been bad this year, you know, because Santa didn’t bring you anything!’” LeCroy recalled. “And then I’m like, ‘Oh, my God!’ I buy myself stuff all the time, I don’t — I didn’t think. So now I’m going to have to wrap some things up and throw it under there. I just don’t know if I want to wait that long to start carrying in my gifts!” She laughed, “He thought I was bad! I was like, ‘I promise you I’m not!’ Only on Bravo! Don’t watch it!” For now, LeCroy is focusing on making sure her Elf on the Shelf is special for her little man. As Bravo fans know, she recently split with her...
    Attorney General Bill Barr has dismissed Donald Trump's attacks as a 'deposed king ranting' that are 'irrelevant to his loss', after the president demanded to know why he didn't reveal Hunter Biden's tax probe before the election.   Trump lashed out at Barr on Twitter Saturday morning asking why he didn't 'reveal the truth to the public, before the Election' and retweeting a post calling for the firing of the DOJ top boss.  His fury came after it emerged on Wednesday that the Justice Department had been investigating President-elect Joe Biden's son over his business dealings and taxes leading up to the election but did not make the probe public.   But, according to a source, Barr is unequally as unimpressed with Trump and is just riding out his time left until they both leave office.    Attorney General Bill Barr has dismissed Donald Trump's attacks as a 'deposed king ranting' that are 'irrelevant to his loss', after the president demanded to know why he didn't reveal Hunter Biden's tax probe before the election Barr 'cannot be intimidated by Trump' and has dismissed the president's...
    A TIKTOK star from the US has shared what is better in the UK than in the America, which even includes yum yums from Greggs. Nick Alexander, who goes by the name Mr Miami on TikTok, moved from Florida to Wolverhampton to study. 6A US expat has shared the five ways the UK is better than the US His TikTok videos have soared in popularity with more than one million views. In the recent video, the first thing he says are the best are Greggs yum yums. He commented: "It's like the best place on earth for early morning snacks. "Make sure you have it with a cup of coffee, or a hot chocolate or a tea." He continues for number 2two: "American friends, when you get to the UK don't be afraid to cross the street, because you won't get shot in the back by the police, even if you cross on red without looking." 6The first thing he said was the yum yums from Greggs as a "breakfast snack" 6He also said walking across the road when the...
    President Trump and ABC correspondent Jon Karl had a tense exchange on Thursday after the latter accused the president of lying to the American people about the threat posed by the coronavirus, and suggested that as a result, they might not be able to trust him as a leader. "Why did you lie to the American people?" Karl asked during a press briefing at the White House. "And why should we trust what you have to say now?" Audio released on Wednesday provoked a media firestorm as it included Trump telling veteran journalist Bob Woodward earlier this year that he wanted to downplay the threat of the virus in order to avoid panicking the American people. Karl equated Trump's stance with lying and used that word when asking the first question of the news conference. Trump immediately started shaking his head in the middle of Karl's question and panned the phrasing as "terrible." "Such a terrible question and the phraseology -- I didn't lie. What I said is we have to be calm, we can't be panicked." BRET BAIER REACTS TO WOODWARD BOOK...
    “Why did you lie to the American people? And why should we trust what you have to say now?” ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl asked President Donald Trump at a press briefing Thursday afternoon. After opening the briefing with a lengthy statement blasting his 2020 opponent Joe Biden, the president was confronted by the press corps on an audio recording of him admitting he deliberately downplayed the coronavirus pandemic earlier this year. Karl’s very direct question kicked things off. “That’s a terrible question and the phraseology,” Trump replied. “I didn’t lie. What I said is we have to be calm. We can’t be panicked. He continued: These are a series of phone calls, mostly phone calls. Bob Woodward is somebody that I respect just from hearing the name for many, many years. Not knowing too much about his work, not caring about his work. But I thought it would be interesting to talk to him for a period of calls. So we did that. I don’t know if it’s good or bad. I don’t know if the book is...
    Sen. Lindsey Graham wants to know why Jacob Blake “didn’t yield when he was asked to yield” to a Kenosha, Wis. police officer, Politico reports. Blake was shot by a police officer seven times in the back, according to a cell phone video of the incident. An investigation of the shooting is underway.  During a press conference announcing the endorsement of the South Carolina Fraternal Order of Police, an organization that supports law enforcement officers, a reporter asked the Republican lawmaker about the officer involved shooting of a Black man. The reporter asked Graham whether the shooting suggests that after months of calls to end systemic racism and police brutality, demonstrators pleas are still not being heard. “I dont know what happened there. Lets find out. Its dangerous being a cop,” Graham said. “I dont know why the gentleman didnt yield when he was asked to yield. I dont know what the facts are.” According to cell phone video that captured the encounter between Blake and the police officer, Blake leans into a vehicle before being shot. It is unclear...
    Madeleine Westerhout, former Director of Oval Office Operations and former Executive Assistant to President Donald Trump, joined Fox News on Tuesday morning to discuss her new book and why she decided to write it. The book, “Off the Record: My Dream Job at the White House, How I Lost It, and What I Learned,” hits bookshelves today and recounts how she lost her job after she disclosed confidential information that she knew about the Trump family to a group of reporters at an “off-the-record” dinner. “So, you know what, I had a bad night and a major lapse of judgment cost me my dream job,” Westerhout said. “On a rare day off, after a couple of drinks by the pool, I accepted an invitation to an off-the-record dinner with four reporters and a White House colleague of mine. And at that dinner, I said some things that I didn’t mean and that I never should have said. And I deeply regret that but I take full responsibility for my actions that night and really regret that I hurt people that...
    There will be no excuse for ignorance, not now — particularly not now — not ever. DeSean Jackson isn’t the one earthling who both slept in historical past class or was one way or the other unaware that Hitler — simply writing his identify makes my pores and skin crawl — was a diabolical scourge to Jewish males, ladies and youngsters. Far more unforgivable and unconscionable if he doesn’t care. Jackson posting pretend quotes from — in my eyes and within the eyes of any and each right-minded human being — the worst human being within the historical past of mankind on his Instagram story is … “Offensive, dangerous, and completely appalling.” These had been the phrases in a press release launched by the Eagles. Speak is affordable. Droop him. There isn’t any place for anti-Semitism within the NFL — or wherever. By anybody. Of any race, creed or colour. I’m Jewish, and rattling pleased with it, so I find out about anti-Semitism. I do know in regards to the Holocaust. “Hitler was a foul particular person, and I...
    There can be no excuse for ignorance, not now — especially not now — not ever. DeSean Jackson isn’t the only earthling who either slept in history class or was somehow unaware that Hitler — just writing his name makes my skin crawl — was a diabolical scourge to Jewish men, women and children. Much more unforgivable and unconscionable if he doesn’t care. Jackson posting fake quotes from — in my eyes and in the eyes of any and every right-minded human being — the worst human being in the history of mankind on his Instagram story is … “Offensive, harmful, and absolutely appalling.” Those were the words in a statement released by the Eagles. Talk is cheap. Suspend him. There is no place for anti-Semitism in the NFL — or anywhere. By anyone. Of any race, creed or color. I’m Jewish, and damn proud of it, so I know about anti-Semitism. I know about the Holocaust. “Hitler was a bad person, and I know that,” Jackson said in way of explanation. Shameful that he didn’t know how bad. DeSean...
    Carl Bernstein joined Jake Tapper Tuesday to talk about his new report that former White House officials like John Kelly and John Bolton concluded that President Donald Trump was not only “delusional” but a “danger” to U.S. national security. He told Tapper that his report and the report about Russian bounties fit together because “in both cases, the sources of both stories have to do with a president of the United States who refuses to be briefed in an intelligent way — in fact refuses to be briefed very often altogether.” But something that struck him about his report is why none of the officials who were alarmed about the president’s calls said anything: “All of the people listed in my story, one of whom you named at the beginning, Chief of Staff Kelly, came to the conclusion that the President of the United States — Bolton and others — is unfit to be the President of the United States. Why didn’t these people go to Mitch McConnell? Why didn’t these people go to capitol hill and say we have a national security...
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