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    President Joe Biden has repeatedly complained to aides that he is less popular to Donald Trump and expressed frustration that he was not briefed properly on the baby formula crisis, according to officials and allies. In a White House filled with complaints that it is failing to get its message to voters, a new report reveals that biggest source of concern is the president himself. The result is plunging morale amid fears that a string of crises is painting him as the worst Democratic president since Jimmy Carter's calamitous time in office. Sources told Politico that Biden recently erupted about the way he was not kept up to speed about the enormity of the baby formula shortage that gripped much of the country.  He made his feelings clear in phone calls to allies after seeing cable news coverage of young mothers in tears as they described how they worried they could not feed their children.  The result of the crises - from high gas prices and soaring inflation to shortages on shelves - has been plunging poll ratings. President Joe...
    FIVE people, including a gunman, are dead after a fight over money at a local hotel escalated into gunfire. The deadly encounter took place at the hotel Broadway Inn in Biloxi, Mississippi, on Wednesday morning. 1Five people, including a gunman, are dead after gunfire erupted at a Mississippi hotelCredit: WLOX According to Gulfport Police, the suspect allegedly first killed three people at the hotel and then fleed the scene in a vehicle that he carjacked prior. The situation escalated into a standoff after the shooter barricaded himself inside the Canal Grocery convenience store, police said. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun. We pay for your stories!Do you have a story for The US Sun team? Email us at [email protected] or call 212 416 4552. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunUS
    Love & Hip Hop star Apple Watts is fighting for her life after a serious car accident that left her vehicle in flames.  Watt's Mercedes flipped several times and burst into flames near Interstate 15 in Baker, California, after colliding with a Ford pickup truck, TMZ reported.  She was ejected from the window of her burning car and airlifted to a hospital in Nevada with 'life threatening injuries.'  The 36-year-old model and rapper is reportedly unresponsive and suffered a broken spine and fractured skull.  Watts was on a road trip, driving from LA to Las Vegas when the horrific crash took place, her sister confirmed to The Shade Room.  Watt's Mercedes flipped several times and burst into flames near Interstate 15 in Baker, California, after colliding with a Ford pickup truck The model and rapper is reportedly unresponsive after suffering a broken spine and fractured skull It is unclear if any of the passengers involved in the crash were under the influence of drugs or alcohol.  A source told TSR that it could be difficult for Watts to do daily functions such as...
    SIR ALEX FERGUSON and Roy Keane. Two of the biggest and most dominant personalities in British football. 5 Roy Keane and Sir Alex Ferguson have not seen eye to eye for 14 years after a major fall out in 2005Credit: Getty - Contributor 5 The pair once enjoyed a hugely successful relationship, winning 12 major trophies together at Manchester UnitedCredit: AFP - Getty Working together led to major success. Seven Premier League titles, four FA Cups and a Champions League, including all three in the Treble-winning 1998/99 season. But when they fell out, things got nasty. The result was Keane leaving Old Trafford, having his contract terminated in November 2005. And they are no closer to patching up their differences. So why do Sir Alex and Keano not see eye to eye? LATEST FOOTBALL NEWSRevealedPOLYGLOT Uefa reveal list of languages spoken by Chelsea stars with Lukaku speaking EIGHTGossipNEW MAN Newcastle 'in talks to sign Barcelona flop Ousmane Dembele on free transfer'RED MIST Redknapp leaks Kane's 'verbal agreement' transfer cost with Levy to leave SpursCommentBRU-TAL REALITY How Steve Bruce's 'dream' job...
    Two men beat up a Brooklyn homeowner over shared driveway using a wooden bat and their fists, then taunted the victim's pregnant wife when she recorded the attack on her phone, police said. The 39-year-old victim was walking along East 15th Street near Kings Highway at 7.20am on Monday when two men attacked him in front of a car service shop not far from his Midwood home.  Two attackers are seen holding the victim on the ground while one man - wearing a black hoodie, black skinny jeans and black boots - repeatedly kicks him in the head. The victim and his wife asked to remain anonymous.  The wife recorded one attacker walking away and when she puts the camera back on her husband the other attacker - wearing a black hoodie, black shorts, sneakers and a cap - tries to continue the fight.  Two men beat up a Brooklyn homeowner over shared driveway using a wooden bat and their fists, then taunted the victim's pregnant wife when she recorded the attack on her phone, police said The...
    AMERICA has suffered 54 mass shooting in just the past month, as a CNN host says there’s an “active shooter situation in the US”. The shocking statistics were revealed as a gunman opened fired during a FedEx night shift change in Indianapolis, Indiana, killing at least eight people before he turned the gun on himself. Read our Fedex shooting live blog below for the very latest news and updates... 8Brandon Scott Hole, 19, has been named as the suspect by police in the mass shooting in IndianapolisCredit: AP President Joe Biden, addressing the latest killings as well as the recent eruption in mass shooting, said in a statement: “Gun violence is an epidemic in America. But we should not accept it. We must act.” "Too many Americans are dying every single day from gun violence," Biden said in a written statement. "It stains our character and pierces the very soul of our nation." “We can, and must, do more to act and to save lives,” he added. At least 37 people have died in six mass shootings in the US...
    After sounding the alarm over President Trump's use of a ramp at the U.S. Military Academy during the 2020 presidential election, both CNN and MSNBC on Friday virtually ignored President Biden's intense fall while climbing the stairs onto Air Force One.  Biden fell three separate times while boarding the presidential plane for a trip to Atlanta. The White House later issued a statement saying he was fine and suggesting that the "wind" at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland was to blame for the ordeal.  According to Grabien transcripts, CNN spent just 15 seconds on how Biden "struggled to find his footing" on the "windy" morning and how he "left the plane with ease" upon his arrival in Atlanta.  FLASHBACK: BIDEN FALL CONJURES MEMORIES OF MEDIA HYSTERIA WHEN TRUMP WALKED SLOWLY DOWN A RAMP That pales in comparison to the whopping 22 minutes and 13 seconds CNN dedicated to the ramp Trump used while speaking at West Point's commencement ceremony in June 2020, fueling speculation of a health decline, according to a study from NewsBusters.  While MSNBC spent roughly a minute on Biden's...
    (CNN)The fight for control of Myanmar has now officially arrived at the United Nations. In a letter seen by CNN, the Myanmar UN Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun, who defied the military government in a speech Friday but was then fired, tells the UN he is still the proper representative for Myanmar.Meanwhile, a deputy Myanmar UN Ambassador will claim he is now the man the military authorities want installed to represent the country.Both sides have sent the UN letters to make their case, on official letterhead. Kyaw Moe Tun says he represents Myanmar's civilian government led by Aung San Suu Kyi, which was overthrown last month in a military coup. Suu Kyi has now been detained alongside other government leaders including President Win Myint.Read MoreIn his letter, Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun says "the perpetrators of the unlawful coup against the democratic government of Myanmar have no authority to countermand the legitimate authority of the President of my country".UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters the Myanmar foreign ministry also sent a letter which backs a Deputy Ambassador to take control of the...
    The arrest of a female environmental activist in the wake of Delhi’s farmers’ movement has sparked outrage in India. Disha Ravi, a resident of Bangalore, has been arrested by the Delhi Police for using the ‘tool kit’ of internationally renowned youth Greta Dunberg in support of the farmers’ movement. The whole of India is agitated over the arrest of this relentless activist of the environmental movement. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has also spoken. He said it was an unprecedented attack on democracy. Disha was arrested on Saturday from Bangalore and brought to Delhi by the Cyber ​​Crime Suppression Branch of the Delhi Police. He has filed a complaint against him and has produced and distributed a document aimed at assisting farmers who have been protesting against agricultural law for the past three months. Disha edited and distributed a set of tools made by Khalistani activists. Police say Disha Robbie was one of the key conspirators behind the creation and distribution of a document known as the ‘Anti-Toolkit’. Disha, who denied the allegations, told NDTV that he did not...
    A phone call between then-President Donald Trump and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) during the January 6 riots erupted into an expletive-filled shouting match, according to a CNN report released Friday. While rioters entered the Capitol building, Trump told McCarthy during a call that the rioters cared more about election integrity more than the House GOP leader. “Well, Kevin, I guess these people are more upset about the election than you are,” Trump said, according to lawmakers familiar with the call. McCarthy then said that rioters were Trump supporters and urged him to implore them to leave. Republican lawmakers familiar with the call described the conversation between Trump and McCarthy as a shouting match. According to GOP lawmakers familiar with the call, as rioters were reportedly breaking into his office through the windows, McCarthy told Trump, “Who the f**k do you think you’re talking to?” Republican lawmakers said the phone call reveals that Trump did not want to call off the rioters. “He is not a blameless observer. He was rooting for them,” a GOP lawmaker said. “On January 13, Kevin McCarthy...
    A football on the field. High School Football, the Wyomissing Area Spartans vs the Schuylkill Valley Panthers at Schuylkill Valley Friday night October 23, 2020. Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images A brawl between two high school football teams erupted following race-related friction during a playoff game in Florida, according to multiple reports.  The conflict started after players from one team flew a Blue Lives Matter flag at the start of the game and the opposing team countered by taking a knee during the National Anthem, according to the Orlando Sentinel.  The Florida High School Athletic Association took action against the team said they had initiated the fight, the Orlando Sentinel reported citing documents from the association.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A major fight broke out between two Florida high school football teams last month following race-related friction that resulted in disciplinary action against the team who started it, according to multiple reports.  The fight occurred after a state playoff game between players from Wekiva high school of Apopka, Florida VS Mitchell High School...
    Twitter users are delighting in some very contentious drama taking place in a Facebook group... about Crock-Pot cooking. The group appears to be for home cooks to share their favorite tips, tricks, and recipes for using Crock-Pots — but while slow-cookers are all about keeping the cooking temperature low, some members of the group seem to be a bit hot-headed. The brouhaha recently reached a boiling point when one of the group's moderators went on rant about 'rude and condescending' members who considered themselves 'crockpot masters' who were too good to help others — and asked them to butt out and leave if they couldn't play nice. All the drama! Twitter users are delighting in some very contentious drama taking place in a Facebook group... about Crock-Pot cooking Chill! One of the group's moderators went on rant about 'rude and condescending' members who considered themselves 'crockpot masters' who were too good to help others Sarah Hollowell from Indiana captured the moderator's rant and shared it on Twitter last week. In it, the moderator wrote: 'It has come to my...
    DONALD Trump tweeted that Philadelphia "must have pollwatchers" after violent riots erupted over Walter Wallace's police shooting. The city has erupted into unrest since the death of Walter Wallace Jr on Monday. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 3Trump made the comments on Tuesday morningCredit: Alamy Live News Philadelpiha MUST HAVE POLLWATCHERS!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 27, 2020 "Philadelpiha [sic] MUST HAVE POLLWATCHERS!" the president tweeted on Tuesday morning. Trump made the comments just one day after he and his presidential competitor Joe Biden held rallies in the city. Overnight, the city burst into protest after the death of a 27-year-old black man. The violent unrest was sparked by the shooting of Walter Wallace Jr by police at 4pm yesterday. 3The city has erupted into protestsCredit: AP:Associated Press 3The unrest erupted following the death of Walter Wallace Jr Wallace, whose family said had mental health issues, was filmed chasing after two officers holding a knife. He was gunned down in the streets in front of horrified onlookers after he refused...
    Breonna Taylor protesters march past the Washington Monument on Wednesday. Drew Angerer/Getty From New York City to Portland, protests erupted across the country Wednesday evening in response to the news that no officer was being indicted for killing Louisville woman Breonna Taylor.  The 26-year-old EMT was shot dead in March when officers raided her apartment looking for drugs that were never found, and got into a gunfight with her boyfriend.  One former officer was indicted on Wednesday, but for shooting into Taylor's neighbor's apartment during the raid — not the killing of Taylor herself.  While the protests were mostly peaceful, there were some confrontations between protesters and police in Louisville, Portland, Atlanta, and Las Vegas. Scroll down to the read about the Wednesday night protests. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    ROCHESTER, N.Y. (CBS/AP) — Rochester, New York police Chief La’Ron Singletary and his entire command staff are retiring less than a week after protests erupted over the death of Daniel Prude, a Black man from Chicago, in Rochester police custody. Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren said Singletary submitted paperwork to resign. Deputy Chief Joseph Morabito and the command staff are also retiring, CBS affiliate WROC-TV reported. Warren made the surprise announcement of the retirements at a City Council briefing being held online. Council members had expected the chief to appear in person to discuss ongoing protests over Prude’s death. Activists have been calling for Singletary, as well as Mayor Warren, to resign in the wake of revelations about Prude’s death back in March. As quoted by WROC-TV, Singletary issued the following statement: “After 20 years of dedicated service to the Rochester Police Department and the Rochester Community, I announce my retirement from the Rochester Police Department. For the past two decades, I have served this community with honor, pride, and the highest integrity. “As a man of integrity, I will not...
    (CNN)President Donald Trump erupted late last week after Defense Secretary Mark Esper issued a new military-wide directive that was a de facto ban on the display of the Confederate flag. According to two people familiar with his reaction, Trump was fuming over Esper's carefully worded memo that did not mention the flag by name, but effectively banned it from being flown on military installations by not naming it. Trump has declined to denounce the Confederate flag in recent weeks and has instead said those who see it as a source of pride should be able to continue flying it. Two separate people who have spoken with the President in the following days said they believe Esper's job remains safe for now, though the relationship between the two has significantly deteriorated in recent months. As CNN has previously reported, Esper is now one year into his job but finds himself walking a political tightrope during what is one of the most strained times in his tenure. Defense officials have told CNN that he has had to make time to focus on...
    The man whose Tuesday arrest in Wisconsin sparked a violent riot that culminated in the beating of a state lawmaker boasts a lengthy criminal record and appears to have a history of controversial social media posts. Devonere Johnson, who also goes by Yeshua Musa, was captured on video entering a restaurant in Madison carrying a bat, using profanities and speaking through a bull horn after what appeared to be a dispute with a white man over racism, according to police reports cited by Madison.com. He was arrested outside of the restaurant for disorderly conduct while armed, resisting arrest and attempting to flee and probation violation. The Madison Police Department posted videos of the conduct that led his arrest on YouTube. Devonere Johnson (Dane County Jail ) After officers wrestled Johnson to the ground, he allegedly attempted to fight them off and tried to run before he was put in a squad car, according to Madison.com. In a video posted to social media of his arrest, Johnson can be heard saying he “can’t breathe” and asking why he’s being arrested. Johnson was briefly treated at a hospital for cuts and scrapes...
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