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    JAKE PAUL vowed to END Tommy Fury's boxing career if they fight and claimed his rival will not be "be able to walk outside anymore". Twice the pair have signed for a celebrity grudge match and both times Fury was forced to pull out. 3Jake Paul vowed to end Tommy Fury's boxing career if they fightCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Tommy Fury has twice pulled out of fighting Jake PaulCredit: Rex It remains to be seen whether Paul will make a hat-trick of attempts to get the 2019 Love Island star into the ring. But the American warned Fury dodged a bullet and would be better off trading insults opposed to punches. Paul said: "Look, it will be the last payday of his life, from boxing at least. "He would quit boxing after that or at least he should. I'm going to turn him into a meme if we ever fight, literally a crazy meme. "Like this guy is not going to be able to walk outside anymore. So, it's actually probably smarter for him not to...
    EVERTON midfielder Dele Alli has been told to RETIRE if he "doesn't love" football anymore by Stan Collymore. The 25-year-old is yet to start a game under new Everton boss Frank Lampard. 1Alli is yet to start a game for Everton since joiningCredit: ALAMY And Alli still looks a shadow of his former self that shined under Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham. Collymore has called on unrecognisable Alli to answer "serious questions" about his career. Writing in his Mirror column, he said: "Dele needs to answer some serious questions, for himself, no one else. "He has to ask: Do you want to play professional football, or are you not cut out for it? Read more in footballON THE COAST The latest TV info and team news as England take on Ivory Coast at Wembley "Dele Alli may decide he doesn't love it anymore. Go and find something you are passionate about, and don't cheat the game by going on a circus around other Premier League clubs. "He'd be cheating the fans and clubs and managers of those clubs. "He's gone from...
    YouTube Ricard Foye and Shan Smith in episode 10 of "Survivor 41." Ricard Foyé and Shan Smith made for one of the most iconic duos “Survivor” has seen in a long time. Fans got to see them dominate season 41 together, first on the Ua tribe, and then post-merge, where Ricard eventually realized he had to blindside Shan if he had any hope of progressing in the game. Although Shan told Ricard he “has my vote for $1 million” as she was voted out, it turns out she only had his back because she was under the mistaken impression that he had remained loyal to her. After Ricard was voted out, and she had discovered the truth, she proceeded to give him the cold shoulder at Ponderosa, and the status of their relationship was unclear as of the last episode. However, Ricard and Shan have recently spoken out about how they made up, how their friendship devolved as the season aired, and what the status of their iconic friendship is today.Ricard Says Watching the Show Re-Opened Old Wounds...
    Jinxes aren't real, right? Not if the final week of 2021 has anything to say about it. In the span of about four days, the world lost John Madden, a Super Bowl-winning NFL coach and commentator who was also the namesake for one of the bestselling sports video games in the United States, Harry Reid, a onetime boxer who worked his way up to the U.S. Senate and was instrumental in passing the Affordable Care Act, and Betty White, a beloved actress who made her name on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Golden Girls and lived to the ripe old age of 99. In other news, Ghislaine Maxwell, the former girlfriend and confidant of Jeffrey Epstein, was found guilty on five of six counts related to the trafficking of young girls to be sexually used by the ex-financier and his high-profile friends. To ring in the new year, here are our Quotes of the Week. "Stop. It's a fake religion created by a psychopath. You aren't bringing in new voters, you are turning...
    "The Five" on Thursday reacted to President Biden addressing whether he would run for reelection in 2024, and some on the panel said his response in the TV interview was poorly considered.  On ABC’s "World News Tonight" Wednesday, Biden said he would run for reelection if he was in good health. "I’m a great respecter of fate. Fate has intervened in my life many, many times. If I’m in the health I’m in now – if I’m in good health – then in fact, I would run again," he said Still, Biden's caveat did nothing to extinguish speculation about his condition and whether he will seek the reelection in 2024, the hosts of "The Five" argued. "This is the first time he's kind of caveated his answer [on if he] will … run again," former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said. "This time he had that nuance of his health. And what's fascinating is the members of his own administration refused to shut down talk of him not running." President Biden in the White House (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)...
    At the broadest level, human history is a story about cooperation. Individually, we big-brained, hairless primates are fairly ridiculous creatures, easy pickings for any dad-bod Simba roaming the plains. But get us together and we achieve dominion over land and sky. Reluctantly, violently, often after exhausting every other possibility, people keep stumbling toward one another to get pretty much everything done. From the family to the village to the city, nation-state and global mega-corporation, cooperation and coordination among groups of increasing size and complexity is, for better or worse, how we all got to now. But what if we’ve hit the limit of our capacity to get along? I don’t mean in the Rogers way. I’m not talking about the tenor of our politics. My concern is more fundamental: Are we capable as a species of coordinating our actions at a scale necessary to address the most dire problems we face? Because, I mean, look at us. With the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, humanity is contending with global, collective threats. But for both, our response has been bogged down...
    Prince Harry's biographer has questioned the royal's bond with Britain after spotting a hidden message in wife Meghan Markle's book, The Bench. Angela Levin, author of Harry: Biography of a Prince, appeared on Sky News on Tuesday and spoke to host Kay Burley about one specific illustration in Meghan's first children book, where a red-headed soldier wearing an American uniform is seen holding his young son aloft as a woman watches on crying from a window.  This is a likely reference to her and Harry, who served in Afghanistan with the Blues and Royals. The words read: 'This is your bench, Where life begins, For you and our son our baby, our kin'.   The royal expert suggested that the Duke of Sussex may feel estranged from Britain and explained: 'They have got obviously a caricature of Prince Harry, red hair with his son. And he is wearing an American army uniform. 'Now is there something else there. Is it "I don't want to be British anymore?" Is it a mistake because they thought this is what an Englishman wears when he is...
    Chris Christie suggested that Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) authored her own possible leadership demise by opposing former President Donald Trump as the head of the GOP. Christie was on ABC’s This Week Sunday panel, where George Stephanopoulos noted that the Republican Party seems increasingly beholden to Trump’s false claims that the 2020 election was “stolen” from him. “I don’t think it is taking more hold every single day,” Christie protested before Stephanopoulos interrupted to point out that most Republicans still believe the lie. From there, Christie noted that Congressional Republicans are trying to replace Cheney with Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY), even though Cheney’s policy voting record is more aligned with Trump than Stefanik’s. As Christie predicted that Stefanik “will bring some real good things” to Congress, he offered some compliments to Cheney as well, but then he insinuated that Cheney doesn’t want to be in leadership anymore. I think Liz is doing what she wants to do. I don’t think Liz wants to be in leadership anymore because once she won the vote earlier, she continued to press this issue...
    This Herschel and Mandalorian Collaboration Is a Bounty Worth Snagging Bryan Scott, Aaron Rodgers of Division III, ready to prove himself worthy of NFL © Provided by INSIDER "Montero (Call Me by Your Name)" was released on March 26, 2021. Lil Nas X/YouTube Lil Nas X said in an interview he used to be afraid his new music would "alienate" his straight fans. He told Entertainment Weekly he realized if people were offended, they weren't "really here" for him. The singer, songwriter, and rapper came out publicly as gay in June 2019. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Lil Nas X in an interview with Entertainment Weekly published Tuesday said he had concerns about "alienating" his straight fans before he released his hit single "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" earlier this year. "At first I was really afraid of alienating any of my straight fans," he said. "But then it was kind of like, if they feel offended, they were never really here for me. They were here for whatever version of myself they made...
    "Montero (Call Me by Your Name)" was released on March 26, 2021. Lil Nas X/YouTube Lil Nas X said in an interview he used to be afraid his new music would "alienate" his straight fans. He told Entertainment Weekly he realized if people were offended, they weren't "really here" for him.  The singer, songwriter, and rapper came out publicly as gay in June 2019. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Lil Nas X in an interview with Entertainment Weekly published Tuesday said he had concerns about "alienating" his straight fans before he released his hit single "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" earlier this year. "At first I was really afraid of alienating any of my straight fans," he said. "But then it was kind of like, if they feel offended, they were never really here for me. They were here for whatever version of myself they made up in their head." The rapper, whose real name is Montero Hill, came out publicly as gay in 2019.  He released the track "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)"...
    President Joe Biden dodged questions Tuesday on Donald Trump's impeachment trial, saying he didn't want to talk about his predecessor in the Oval Office anymore. Biden dismissed Trump with a quick quip during his CNN town hall meeting in  Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  'Look – for four years, all that's been in the news is Trump. The next four years, I want to make sure all the news is the American people. I'm tired of talking about Trump,' he said. He refused to talk about Republicans who voted to acquit the former president in his second impeachment trial, refusing to answer if he felt they were 'cowards' as Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested.  'I'm not going to call names out,' the president said. President Joe Biden dodged questions on Donald Trump's impeachment trial, saying he didn't want to talk about his predecessor in the Oval Office anymore 'Look – for four years, all that's been in the news is Trump. The next four years, I want to make sure all the news is the American people. I'm tired of talking about...
    Mitch McConnell, 78, said on Saturday that the billionaire was “responsible” for the deadly assault on Capitol Hill on January 6. “Mitch is a sullen, sullen politician, who does not smile and if the Republican senators stay with him, they will not win any more,” wrote the ex-president, so far very discreet since leaving the White House
    Art of the Deal co-author and long-time Donald Trump whisperer Tony Schwartz said his former collaborator’s post-presidential life could be plagued by a radical loss of power and prestige if he continues to be deprived of his biggest social media megaphones. Speaking with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Schwartz discussed how even Trump’s rumored final departure from the White House on Inauguration Day — hours before his term officially ends at noon — speaks to his quickly ebbing authority. “Not only is the president not going to the inauguration, which is kind of a sign of how small he is, he’s leaving D.C. in the morning apparently, at least, in part so he doesn’t have to ask the new administration to use Air Force One after noontime when he’s no longer president,” Cooper pointed out. “Do you think he views having to ask President Biden for use of the plane as form of concession?” “Oh, my god, yes,” Schwartz replied. “It’s always for Donald a binary choice between dominance and submission, and the reality is that he has to submit now but he is certainly not going to...
    President Donald Trump has been aggressively doubling down on culture war issues in recent weeks, defending the public display of the Confederate Flag and statues and slamming liberals and progressives who want them removed. New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman discussed the state of Trump’s reelection campaign during a Tuesday morning, July 7 appearance on CNN’s “New Day” and addressed claims that Trump — with such boneheaded actions — is trying to lose the election on purpose. “There are a lot of people around the president who question whether he is actively trying to win anymore — and there are reasons to question that,” Haberman told “New Day” hosts Alisyn Camerota and John Berman. “I think that he would react pretty angrily if somebody said that to directly to him. But the reality is: he’s taking a number of incredibly self-damaging actions, and this is one of them.” Haberman was referring specifically to Trump’s defense of Confederate images and symbols — which, she stressed, is not going to broaden his appeal among suburban voters. “This is not how somebody who...
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