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    (CNN)Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, testified during a congressional hearing Tuesday that she was told that former President Donald Trump became "irate" when informed by security that he would not be going to the Capitol on January 6, 2021, because the situation was not secure.And she testified that she heard a secondhand account of how Trump was so enraged at his Secret Service detail for blocking him from going to the Capitol that he lunged to the front of his vehicle and tried to turn the wheel. Tony Ornato, then-White House deputy chief of staff, told Hutchinson that Robert Engel, who was the Secret Service agent in charge on January 6, 2021, repeatedly told Trump on their way back to the White House after Trump's Ellipse speech that it wasn't safe to go to the Capitol. According to Hutchinson, Ornato recounted Trump screaming, "I'm the f**king President. Take me up to the Capitol now." Trump then "reached up toward the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel," Hutchinson remembered...
    A MUM was told to go home and “make memories” with her newborn after a worrying lump was discovered just hours after his birth. Billie Jobling, 25, wasn’t concerned at all when the midwife did routine checks on her son, Isaac, considering he seemed perfectly healthy. 6Billie Jobling, 25, was told to go home and "make memories" with her baby, Isaac, after he was bornCredit: Supplied 6A midwife spotted there was something wrong with Isaac 6Little Isaac having tests doneCredit: Supplied But to her surprise, the midwife had found a lump in Isaac’s right testicle.  At first it was thought to be a twisted testicle, which is a relatively common problem.  “After his newborn checks, Isaac was taken straight to Bristol Children’s Hospital,” recalls Billie, a care assistant, who lives with her partner, Levi Davies, 27, and their three kids. “He was only one day old. They gave him an ultrasound, which was supposed to take 10 minutes, but it took an hour. Read more real life storiesSHOCK DIAGNOSIS I lost my eye to cancer as a baby - now...
    The Ukrainian soldier who told a Kremlin navy warship to 'go f*** yourself' was starved and beaten in a 'hellish' Russian prison after being captured, it has been revealed.  Border guard Roman Hrybov, 32, and his comrades defiantly refused to surrender on the strategically important Snake Island in the Black Sea on the first day of the war. They were captured and held for a month in a secret jail in Russia where Hrybov lost 22 pounds and was 'degraded', but he insists he is 'not a hero'. He was returned to Ukraine in a prisoner swap last week and is now back home in Cherkasy, and wants to highlight the plight of 72 other Ukrainian prisoners who continue to languish in the jail where he was held. His mother Tetiana Rudolfivna Hrybova told MailOnline: 'Roman suffered terribly at the hands of the Russians. He was starved and beaten and subjected to degrading treatment. He lost 10kg. The Ukrainian soldier who told a Kremlin navy warship to 'go f*** yourself' was starved and beaten in a 'hellish' Russian prison His mother Tetiana...
    The two Arizona sisters who killed themselves at a Swiss suicide clinic last month suffered from collapsed discs and chronic back pain and hinted at a 'troubled' period of their lives, according to the doctor they consulted before their death. Dr. Phillip Nitschke says that Dr. Lila Ammouri, 54, and nurse Susan Frazier, 49, were not '100 percent well.' 'They were complaining about what you might call frustrations. Collapsed dics, chronic back pain, chronic insomnia, vertigo,' Dr. Nitshke told The Independent.    'They had both decided they were tired of life and it was time to go. What was very clear was that dying together was non-negotiable, it was very important to them,' he said, adding that they also told him about a 'troubled' period in their lives.  'They didn’t give us much detail, but they said they had helped each other through what had been a difficult time and saw themselves as being each other's best friend.' The sisters first reached out to Dr. Nitschke, the founder of assisted suicide advocacy group Exit International, in October 2020. After he warned them about...
    A woman who thought she had mumps after noticing a lump on her neck has revealed how she was left devastated when being told she actually had thyroid cancer. Student Layla Phillips, 22, was diagnosed with Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma two years ago while studying in Swansea. She first noticed a golf ball-sized lump on her neck when putting on a necklace ahead of a night out with friends and initially thought she could have mumps because the infection was going around her university halls. But weeks later, when back home in Bath for Christmas, she went to see her GP at her mother's insistence. Doctors assured her there was only a slim chance the lump would be cancerous. But after having the lump removed and tested, she was given the news that she had thyroid cancer.  Student Layla Phillips first noticed a golf ball-sized lump on her neck (circled) when putting on a necklace ahead of a night out with friends and initially thought she could have mumps as an infection was going around her university halls Weeks later, when at...
    PARENTS of a 12-year-old say their son endured anti-LGBTQ slurs and other bullying before he took his life. Debbey Fritchley experienced the unthinkable on November 28, when she found her son Eli dead in his room. 412-year-old Eli Fritchley was called anti-LGBTQ slurs before taking his own lifeCredit: Facebook 4His mother, Debbey Fritchley says that sending him to school that Monday was the 'biggest mistake I've made'Credit: Facebook The seventh-grader died of suicide, and Debbey believes the thought of returning to school the next day was the breaking point for her son. Eli was expecting to miss school for a doctor's appointment that Debbey had to cancel because of car trouble. "He was thinking he wasn’t going to school, then all of a sudden he was," she said. "I just figured it wouldn’t be a big issue to reschedule it, and now, unfortunately as it turned out, it was probably the biggest mistake I’ve made.” Eli attended Cascades Middle School in Wartrace, Tennessee, where his parents say he was bullied for being gay. In one instance, Eli told...
    WHEN Amy Falconer was told she had suffered a miscarriage, the heartbroken mum was already aware. She had alerted medics two weeks prior to her concerns that her unborn child may have died. 1Amy had a son called Rocco in July, after suffering four miscarriagesCredit: Media Scotland The 38-year-old said she was “made to feel silly” - but two weeks later, the dreadful news was confirmed with a scan. Amy was “sent home to deal with it” with no support. And tragically, the miscarriage, in February 2019, was her fourth in a row. Amy is haunted by the experience, describing it as "the worst thing that's ever happened" to her. The magazine account director told Edinburgh Live: “There was just no support whatsoever. "I was absolutely traumatised by it, but you just get sent home to deal with it. You’re completely alone. “Nobody phones to check on you, no-one makes any appointments to see if you’re coping or to offer tests to find out what went wrong. “There’s no other part of the health system where this happens. Most read...
    Former President Trump on Tuesday said the United States' top military officer was guilty of treason if he went behind his back and promised to warn China of an impending attack. He was responding to bombshell revelations in a new book claiming that Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, twice called his Chinese counterpart last year over concerns that then President Trump was ready to go to war.   'If it is actually true - which is hard to believe that he would have called China, and done these things and was willing to advise them of an attack or in advance of an attack - that's treason,' said Trump during an interview with Sean Spicer on Newsmax TV. Excerpts from 'Peril,' by journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, were published on Tuesday suggesting Milley feared Trump would launch a war in the wake of November's election defeat to Joe Biden. Milley sought to assure Gen. Li Zuocheng of the People's Liberation Army that the U.S. was not about to launch strikes in the calls.  In one call...
    A WOMAN accusing Danny Masterson of sexual assault alleges she was told not to go to police by Church of Scientology officials. Three women who have accused the That '70s Show actor of sexual assault during a preliminary hearing in Los Angeles last week said they were told by officials from the church to keep from going to authorities. 5Three accusers of Danny Masterson alleged Church of Scientology officials tried to silence themCredit: BackGrid 5The church has denied all claims and said they were akin to a "money shakedown"Credit: Getty One of the alleged victims claimed a church official told her to put in writing she would "take responsibility" for an alleged sexual assault in 2001, the Los Angeles Times reported. The woman claimed at the hearing that the actor, a member of the Church of Scientology, had raped her while she was unconscious. Another woman accusing Masterson of sexual assault said that a church lawyer showed up at her family's home. She alleges the lawyer threatened to expel her from the congregation should she tell police about Masterson's alleged...
    NUNO ESPIRITO SANTO knew he was finished at Wolves five days ago - and BEFORE his side lost to Everton in midweek. SunSport can reveal the 47-year-old Wolves boss was informed the club's owners Fosun wanted the club to go in a different direction, after four years under Nuno, during a meeting earlier this week. 2Nuno Espirito Santo, 47, will leave Wolves at the end of the seasonCredit: Getty Images - Getty Although Wolves announced his departure yesterday 'by mutual agreement', it was as a mark of respect to their popular head coach who had led the club from the depths of the Championship to the quarter-finals of the Europa League. The reality was Nuno knew tomorrow's game against Manchester United at Molineux would be his final farewell. Incredibly, his players were only informed yesterday after Nuno had held his usual pre-match conference at the club's Compton training base. In keeping with his private nature, Nuno gave no hinto of the drama which was about to follow - with only his closest staff allies in the know. Wolves are already...
    A WOMAN who was told she could never have children as detailed how she raised a little boy as her own after his mum, her neighbour, abandoned him. Rosalinda, who's now in her 70s, shared a video on TikTok and explained that she was looking after the young lad while his mum went out shopping - but she never returned. 5Rosalinda took on a young boy whose mum abandoned him and raised him as her ownCredit: @mamarosalinda/TikTok The young boy stayed with Rosalinda until he was 18-years-old and she raised him as her own child. He eventually found his birth father and left to start a new life with him - and Rosalinda went on to foster many children, eventually adopting her daughter Lola in 1990, who is now 30-years-old. During this time, when Rosalinda was in her 20s, she also caught her husband of three months having an affair with her sister in their home , which she detailed in a separate clip. Explaining how she came to raise her neighbours son, she said:...
    GERARD PIQUE has revealed Barcelona's academy players were told not to 'go in hard' on Lionel Messi when he was a kid because of his diminutive size. The Argentine, who is just four months younger than Pique, came through the youth set-up at the Catalan giants with the man who is now his Barcelona teammate. 3Messi and Pique have played together in the first team at Barcelona since 2008Credit: Getty 3Messi moved to Barcelona at the age of 13 after signing for the club on the back of a napkin However, Messi required hormone injections between the ages of eight and 14 due to problems relating to his stunted growth. And Pique has now spoken about how the Argentine was given special treatment by the coaches as a result of his tiny frame. Speaking to Marca, the Spanish centre-back said: "He was special since he was a child. "You could see him. He had the ball stuck. You couldn't get it off him. "They told us not to get in hard because he was small, but we couldn't even if...
    The brother of Noah Green, the driver who allegedly rammed a police officer Friday outside the U.S. Capitol, was concerned about his brother’s mental wellbeing prior to the attack. Green’s brother Brendan claimed that Green showed “troubling signs” before the attack, according to The Washington Post. (RELATED: Former FBI Deputy Director Says Attack On Capitol Is ‘One Of the Results’ Of Jan. 6) Family and friends were concerned that suspect was unraveling before Capitol attack https://t.co/RkJnWVdsTd — The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 3, 2021 “‘I’m sorry but I’m just going to go and live and be homeless,'” Brendan said Green told him in a text message the day before the attack, reported The Post. “These past few years have been tough, and these past few months have been tougher,” Green said in a March 17 Facebook post, according to The Post. “I have been tried with some of the biggest, unimaginable tests in my life.” Green recently moved from Indianapolis, Indiana, to Botswana. While living in Botswana, Brendan said Green told him that “his mind was telling him to...
    A nurse practitioner who treated YouTube star Stevie Ryan before she killed herself has been accused of having a sexual relationship with her and telling her not to go to the hospital when she was suicidal.  Ryan, an actress and comedian who gained fame on YouTube with impersonations of celebrities, committed suicide in her Los Angeles home in 2017 at the age of 33. New details have now emerged about Ryan's final few months due to legal proceedings being brought against the nursing practitioner, Gerald Baltz, that seek to revoke or suspend his licenses.  The California Board of Registered Nursing is behind the legal action against Baltz after accusing him of misconduct, gross negligence and incompetence in relation to his treatment of Ryan.  The nursing board filing, obtained by the LA Times, accuses Baltz of engaging in an improper relationship with Ryan while she was his patient for two years. He has also been accused of engaging in a sexual relationship with her three months before her suicide when she was being treated by someone else but at the same facility where he worked. ...
    LEWIS HAMILTON has revealed how he was racially abused at the start of his journey to becoming a Formula One legend. The 35-year-old equalled Michael Schumacher's record of seven F1 titles at the weekend when he won the Turkish Grand Prix. 4Lewis Hamilton revealed some of the racist abuse he suffered when he was youngCredit: Getty Images 4The seven-time world champion was subjected to racial abuse in his early racing daysCredit: Popperfoto - Getty It only re-affirmed the opinion of many that he is the sport's greatest ever driver. But Hamilton has revealed the struggles he's had to overcome to reach the pinnacle he now finds himself at. And shockingly, the Hertfordshire superstar has spoken of how he was targetted with vile racist abuse. Speaking on BBC News this morning, Hamilton revealed he was told: "You're not going to make it, go back to your own country." He said: "All these horrible things and I remember thinking I'm going to prove you wrong. "The message is for all the kids out there who feel they don't have a voice and...
    FLOYD MAYWEATHER has revealed he was out of shape and overweight for a fight in which he earned £2.5million a MINUTE. The retired 50-0 king took on featherweight kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in an exhibition bout in 2018. 4Mayweather says he was out of shape and overweight for his fight with NasukawaCredit: AP:Associated Press 4'Money' saw off the kickboxer in the first round of the one-sided brawlCredit: Reuters 'Money' sent Nasukawa crashing to the canvas three times before the fight was called off. It meant that, after guaranteeing himself a £7.6m payday for taking the fight, Mayweather made an obscene amount of money for just three minutes' work. And it could have been even more had Mayweather ended it sooner - with the five-weight world champ revealing he was told to 'really go at it' against his novice 20-year-old opponent. World Boxing News carry quotes from Mayweather, 43, who spoke on the Club Shay Shay podcast. Mayweather said: "Well, they told me in Japan. I was going to go over there. Just move around with the guy. Take it lightly. "They...
    LUIS SUAREZ has revealed he was told to 'watch out' for Lionel Messi when he joined Barcelona - only to become best friends with the Argentinian. Suarez hosted a tearful press conference today where he officially announced he was joining LaLiga rivals Atletico Madrid. 3Luis Suarez has revealed he was 'warned' about Lionel Messi when he joined BarcelonaCredit: Reuters 3Luis Suarez was emotional during his Barca leaving press conferenceCredit: Barcelona FC It is believed the fee for the 33-year-old striker is around £3.7m, with Suarez taking a 60 per cent wage cut from £405,000 to £160,000 a week. That means Messi is the final part of the MSN jigsaw - with Neymar having joined Paris Saint-Germain in 2017. Suarez joined Barcelona for £75m from Liverpool in 2014 and went on to enjoy an illustrious career at the Nou Camp. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the biggest deals   But the 33-year-old has revealed he was warned about the man who turned into his best mate. Speaking at the presser, Suarez said: "Many people tell you about Messi...
    Activist Porsche Bennett went off script at an event in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Thursday because she said she wanted to give Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden her truth about the legacy of racial discrimination. Bennett spoke at a church in Kenosha where Biden was holding a listening session in the aftermath of the police shooting of Jacob Blake. “I’m just going to be honest, Mr. Biden,” Bennett began. “I was told to go off this paper but I can’t. You need the truth and I’m part of the truth.” “Sure,” Biden replied. “I have to give you the truth of the people,” Bennett continued. “And the truth of the matter is, we are heavily angry. Not angry as to where people say, ‘Oh, they’re protesting.’ There’s a difference between a protester and a rioter, a very big difference. We protest to get our voices heard. We protest to show that not just Blacks are tired of what’s going on.” “The changes that we want have to be more in effect,” she said. “We have yet to see action. And I...
    Black Lives Matter Kenosha activist Porsche Bennett unloaded her anger over racial injustice during an event with Joe Biden on Thursday, telling the Democratic presidential nominee that he “needs the truth” and that “I was told to go off this paper, but I can’t.” Biden was visiting Kenosha in the wake of the recent protests and unrest after a police officer shot Jacob Blake in the back seven times as he was holding onto his shirt. Biden met the Blake family on Thursday and spoke via phone with Blake himself, who is still in the hospital where he is recovering from his injuries that have paralyzed him from the waist down. At a community event at Grace Lutheran Church, numerous public officials and activists gathered to speak with Biden about the racial injustice in the country. When it was Bennett’s turn, she approached the microphone and quietly introduced herself and then calmly declared she was going to go off-script and spoke at length about her distrust and anger. “I’m just going to be honest, Mr. Biden, I was told to go...
    A woman who attended a town hall event in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Thursday with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appeared to suggest when it was her time to speak that she was told to stick to what was written on a piece of paper. “My name in Porsche Bennett,” the woman said. “I’m just going to be honest, Mr. Biden, I was told to go off this paper, but I can’t. You need the truth and I’m part of the truth.” WATCH: It appears Joe Biden's campaign is screening the participants at his event in Kenosha and even gave the participants a SCRIPT to read! "I was told to go off this paper but I can't. You need the truth." pic.twitter.com/KbHKtgvhVS — Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) September 3, 2020 The Daily Wire is one of America’s fastest-growing conservative media companies and counter-cultural outlets for news, opinion, and entertainment. Get inside access to The Daily Wire by becoming a member.
    Giancarlo Granda on Good Morning America on Friday morning  The pool boy who had an affair with Jerry Falwell Jr's wife Becki says he told him to 'go for it' with her the first time they had sex and that he waited for them on a bed, 'drunk and giggling' after telling him that they didn't like swingers clubs and wanted an 'intimate session'.  Giancarlo Granda, now 29, appeared on Good Morning America on Friday morning to share more alleged details of his tawdry six-year relationship with the couple.  He said Jerry is 'lying' about never being involved in his affair with Becki and that he 'knew from day one' but is now 'trying to throw her under the bus'.  The former Liberty University president claimed at first that he had no knowledge of their affair and that it devastated him to learn about it. He said he Granda was lying in his claims that he 'liked to watch them', and that he has been trying to extort them.  Granda, in his interview, rebuffed his denial.  'Jerry's lying. That...
    Lakhwant Singh (Courtesy: Sikh Coalition)  Sikh community members in Colorado and around the country are calling for hate crime charges in Jefferson County, two months after a Lakewood store owner was run over by a driver and told to “go back to your country” during a brutal assault that left the man hospitalized for months. On Tuesday, 29 civil rights organizations and interfaith groups signed a letter, urging First Judicial District Attorney Pete Weir investigate the April 29 assault on Lakhwant Singh as a hate crime. “For us to be even able to address hate as community, that hate first has to be acknowledged,” said Nikki Singh, the Sikh Coalition’s policy and advocacy manager. “Not only will we hopefully get justice for Singh, but it sends a much larger message that hate is wrong. It doesn’t just affect one community, it affects lots of communities.” Around 11 p.m. that day, Eric Breemen, 36, walked into Two Angels liquor store in Lakewood and started knocking over items on the shelf, Lakhwant Singh’s wife told investigators, according to an arrest affidavit. Eric...
    A new Netflix documentary is focusing on the courageous gymnasts who refused to be silent about the sexual abuse they endured at the hands of USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar and the reporters who exposed the organization's toxic culture.   The first trailer for Athlete A features interviews with the IndyStar journalists who investigated the sexual abuse scandal and some of the athletes who bravely came forward, including Maggie Nichols, who was the first to report sexual abuse by Nassar to USA Gymnastics in 2015 and was initially referred to as 'Athlete A.' In the film, which starts streaming on June 24, Nichols reveals a conversation she had with another elite gymnast about Nassar's abuse. 'I was like, "Does he do this to you?" She said, "Yeah, like, he does it to me too."' Her story: Maggie Nichols appears in the new Netflix documentary Athlete A, which focuses on the USA Gymnastic's sexual abuse scandal that rocked the organization  Speaking out: Nichols was the first to report sexual abuse by national team doctor Larry Nassar to USA Gymnastics in 2015...
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