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    Senator Kelly Loeffler repeatedly refused Sunday to acknowledge that President Trump lost re-election in November, as she debated her Democratic opponent, Reverend Raphael Warnock, ahead of twin Georgia runoff elections that will determine which party controls the Senate. Asked specifically about President-elect Joe Biden's victory in Georgia and whether she agreed with Mr. Trump's unfounded accusations of widespread voter fraud, Loeffler sidestepped the matter. "The president has every right to every legal recourse, and that's what's taking place," Loeffler said. The senator later alleged, without any supporting details, irregularities in the November elections and repeated Mr. Trump's right to "legal recourse" without acknowledging that the president's campaign has lost round after round of post-election court challenges, including in Georgia, which has already certified its results. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Her Democratic opponent Warnock blasted the senator for "casting doubt" on a legitimate election. "The people have spoken on the presidential election, and they're waiting on their senator to be focused on them, not the person in the White House." However, Loeffler, again and again, tacitly admitted...
    Trump did lose the election, by more than 6 million votes. Donald Trump on Wednesday posted a rambling, 46-minute-long video to Facebook in which he asserted that he won the 2020 presidential election, which he did not do. Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election. Biden received over 81 million votes, the most garnered by a presidential candidate in American history and nearly 7 million more than Trump received. Biden secured 306 electoral votes, well above the 270 needed to win the presidency, and will be sworn in on Jan. 20, 2021.
    A woman who spent decades battling obesity has revealed how she turned her life around by undergoing life-saving weight loss surgery that helped her to half her weight - after doctors told her she could die if she didn't slim down.   Pharmaceutical manufacturing technician Natalie Vargas, 31, from Los Angeles, had always struggled with her weight due to a lack of exercise and her love for food and partying. By the age 28, Natalie weighed 310lbs and wore size 4XL clothing. She was told by doctors that she was at serious risk of developing life-threatening health conditions including type 2 diabetes and was heading for an early grave if she didn't lose a significant amount of weight. Transformed: Natalie Vargas, 31, from Los Angeles, is proudly showing off her incredible new figure after losing a whopping 150lbs with the help of gastric surgery  Before: The pharmaceutical manufacturing technician says she spent years struggling with her weight, which reached 310lbs by the time she was 28  Change: Doctors warned Natalie that she was headed for an early...
    David Dinkins, New York Citys first Black mayor, dies at 93 David Dinkins, NYCs first African American mayor, dies at 93 Buccaneers primetime struggles continue, lose to Rams on Monday Night Football Tampa Bay's loss to the Los Angeles Rams on "Monday Night Football'' continued the concerning trend of poor primetime showings for Bruce Arians' club this season. It was no secret around the Buccaneers that they were looking to improve upon a 1-2 record on the national stage heading into this showdown with Los Angeles. This week, the team even altered their practice times in the days leading up to this matchup to try and perform closer to their peak ability. Those efforts didn't produce a W, however, as the Rams were able to edge out a 27-24 victory over a Tampa Bay team that continued to look disjointed both offensively and defensively.  © Provided by CBS Sports Nov 23, 2020; Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) throws a pass against Los Angeles Rams defensive end Aaron Donald (99) during the first quarter at...
    Florida Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell took to twitter to dive into why she lost re-election in the district she flipped in 2018, pointing to a broader issue regarding how the Democratic Party campaigns, and why it lost seats in the November general election. “Many have commented on Democratic losses in South Florida and with Latinos across the country,” Mucarsel-Powell wrote on twitter Wednesday in a lengthy thread. “Let me set the record straight.” BYRON DONALDS, NEW FLORIDA CONGRESSMAN, SAYS TRUMP’S ‘SWAG’ NETTED HIM BLACK VOTES The Florida congresswoman shot down recent claims from her own party that left-wing policies and “socialism” are to blame for the hit House Democrats took this election. Instead, she pointed to a fundamental campaigning issue targeting Latino voters. “South FL is extremely diverse. We are unique. And when others try to treat Latinos as a monolithic group, they miss the nuances,” the first South American immigrant to be elected to Congress wrote on the social media platform.   Mucarsel-Powell, an immigrant from Ecuador, faced a competitor of Cuban heritage in a district that includes parts of the Miami...
    'My Cousin Vinny' is a fictional, Oscar-winning film. Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani cited a scene from the Oscar-winning comedy "My Cousin Vinny" on Thursday as part of the Trump campaign's attempts to undo the results of the presidential election. During a press conference in which Giuliani repeatedly claimed without evidence that the election had been stolen, Giuliani noted to reporters that it's "one of my favorite law movies" and then recounted a scene in which a witness tells the lawyer played by Joe Pesci that he is holding up two fingers when he is holding up three, disqualifying her eyewitness testimony. Giuliani compared the fictional scene to the Trump's campaign's complaints about where election observers were placed in Pennsylvania, attempting to call into doubt the thousands of votes cast in that state for Joe Biden.
    Trump still lost, though. Donald Trump will not be sworn in again on Jan. 20, 2021, after Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 presidential election, with Biden winning millions more votes and securing at least 279 Electoral College votes. But Trump and his allies are refusing to accept the election results and continue to make the delusional claim that the race is not over and Trump can still win. The lies in support of this claim are coming from a number of people, including Trump himself, Trump campaign surrogates such as Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, Trump's children, and Republican members of Congress.
    Matthew Rozsa November 5, 2020 11:03PM (UTC) It is something of an axiom in American presidential election years that if the economy is in poor shape, the incumbent party will lose. And indeed, as Americans cast their votes earlier this week, the United States was facing a recession largely due to President Donald Trump's bungling pandemic response — while what little economic recovery had occurred since its dawn primarily benefited the upper class.  As of writing, it seems Biden is favored to win, although the election is not yet called. Yet the fact that the race is so close — indeed, the candidates are virtually tied — belies this old political adage. : So what happened? Is the economy no longer the main concern for presidential voters, or was this year a special case?  Interestingly, exit polls show Trump still received significant support from economy-minded voters, meaning many voters still see him as "strong" on the economy despite economic data to the contrary. Perhaps the pandemic situation is seen as a special case. Or perhaps Joe Biden was not perceived as strong on the economy — or as doing...
    "Real Time" host Bill Maher had some harsh words for the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose death paved the way for the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett.  During a Monday night appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Maher was asked about the moment when news of Ginsburg's death broke while he was taping his show and Jimmy Kimmel expressed his amazement at how his panel was "exactly right" at predicting how events that were going to play out.  "Well, it's not like her death was a shock," Maher said.  "Well, it was -- it was, though," Kimmel responded.  MAHER WARNS AMY CONEY BARRETT LIKE 'TERMINATOR' SENT TO OVERTURN ROE V. WADE "Really? She was 100 and had cancer like a million times," Maher shot back. "I mean, she was a great justice but she should've quit. ... she should've quit." "You think so?" Kimmel asked.  "Of course!" Maher exclaimed. "Because then we wouldn't have nutso!" -- referring to Barrett. Kimmel then asked Maher when Ginsburg should have quit, which prompted him point to the 2013 lunch she reportedly had with President Obama,...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s claim Thursday night that no American would lose their private insurance under his health care plan was tabbed as “inaccurate” by Politifact, a nonprofit fact-checking organization operated by the Poynter Institute. “Not one single person with private insurance would lose their insurance under my plan, nor did they under Obamacare,” Biden said at the final presidential debate. “They did not lose their insurance unless they chose they wanted to go to something else." BIDEN SLAMS TRUMP AS HE DISTANCES HIMSELF FROM PROGRESSIVES In their analysis of the debate, Politifact noted Biden’s claim was “a variation of a claim that earned President Barack Obama our Lie of the Year in 2013.” Biden has pledged to expand on the Affordable Care Act, also known as “ObamaCare,” if he is elected to office. VideoPolitifact cited estimates that more than four million Americans had lost their private health insurance during the Obama administration as proof that Biden’s claim was inaccurate. Cancellations resulted when insurers ended plans that did not match the Affordable Cart Act’s requirements. “Many found insurance elsewhere, and...
    "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" premiered in 2003. Paramount The romantic comedy "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" premiered in 2003 and starred Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey. The movie is based on an illustrated book. Matthew McConaughey almost didn't get cast because he's 10 years older than Kate Hudson. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Released in the era of early-2000s romantic comedies, "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" (2003) is known for its inventive premise and Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey's chemistry. Plus its quotable one-liners like "l miss you, Benny boo-boo, boo-boo-boo" and "frost yourself" have stood the test of time. But even superfans of the film might not know some of the movie's most surprising behind-the-scenes details.  Read on for 14 interesting things you probably didn't know about "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days."
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump confessed on Monday that he "didn't feel too great" after he was diagnosed with Covid-19 two weeks ago. Trump told a crowd of his supporters in Prescott, Arizona, that he wasn't feeling good and that he "didn't like to admit that." ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 1Donald Trump in ArizonaCredit: AP:Associated Press The president said that when you're in his position, "you have a million doctors" working to get you better. Trump appeared to lose his voice as he spoke to his fans at the Prescott Regional Airport. Most read in NewsWarningRIPPED TO PIECES Zookeeper mauled to death by pack of black bears at Chinese animal parkGRUESOME BLOODBATHDad finds his daughter & her boyfriend dead in horrific ‘murder suicide’DOC DISSEDTrump calls Dr Fauci ‘an IDIOT’ & says people are ‘tired of hearing about Covid’DEATH PLUNGEYoung boy plummets 20 floors to his death from apartment while doing homeworkSAVAGE ATTACKMum ‘batters daughter to death with a hammer after antidepressants overdose'HEAR HIM ROARBoy, 4, inside lion's enclosure in incredible 'optical...
    CHICAGO (AP) — Nick Foles could stage no magical comeback Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. Facing a smothering defense, the Chicago Bears had difficulty coming up with yards — let alone points — in a 19-11 defeat. Foles led a 16-point comeback in the fourth quarter in his first appearance with the Bears (3-1) after relieving Mitchell Trubisky against Atlanta last week. But the Colts (3-1) held him in check and came up with a key fourth-quarter interception by Julian Blackmon. “It wasn’t the best game,” Foles said. “You know what, I think the Indianapolis Colts are a great team but I didn’t execute well enough and we didn’t. I have to be better. I can be more crisp. And it’s as simple as that.” Foles went 26 of 42 for 249 yards and a late 16-yard touchdown pass to Allen Robinson, but the Bears had only one other serious bid at the end zone. Bears coach Matt Nagy saw problems with timing in the passing game, besides the Colts playing strong defense. “I think that this is not going...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump has credited McDonald’s french fries as the reason for not going bald in his lifetime. Trump responded on Wednesday to a 2018 study in which scientists in Japan found that a certain chemical in the famous fries could be a cure for baldness. 5President Donald Trump credited McDonald's french fries for not going bald on WednesdayCredit: Instagram 5Trump is known to love fast food, particularly McDonald'sCredit: Getty Images - Getty “No wonder I didn’t lose my hair!” the president tweeted in response to an older tweet from former President George W Bush’s press secretary, Ari Fleischer. Fleischer is a bald man who joked the apparent chemical in the fries “doesn’t work.” No wonder I didn’t lose my hair! https://t.co/jBFE2OEhS2— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 30, 2020 Per the study, scientists said the chemical in question is added to McDonald’s french fries to stop the cooking oil from frothing. Researchers said when they tested the chemical on mice, the critters regrew hair.  Trump is an avid lover of fast food – especially McDonalds. According to Michael Wolff’s 2018...
    President Donald Trump bizarrely credited eating McDonald's for his almost-full head of hair in the middle of a post-debate tweetstorm while on board Air Force On Wednesday.  'No wonder I didn’t lose my hair!' Trump tweeted, sharing a 2018 tweet from former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer, which had pointed to an ABC 7 Chicago story that said a chemical in McDonald's French fries may be a cure for baldness.  Fleischer, who is bald, had commented, 'It doesn't work,' and had pinned his retort to the top of his feed, where the president must have saw it.   President Donald Trump tweeted about his hair on Wednesday amid a tweetstorm reacting to Tuesday night's first presidential debate against Democrat Joe Biden  'No wonder I didn't lose my hair!' the president tweeted, linking to a 2018 tweet from former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer, who had shared an article saying a chemical in McDonald's French fries cures baldness  A minute later, Trump tweeted out a 'thank you Ari!' as the former press secretary, who had served Republican...
    Joe Biden’s lead in the presidential race hasn’t changed all that much since he surged to the nomination, and the last few days help explain why. The former veep has refused to be heavily drawn into the issue that has fired up Washington, Twitter, the press and liberal Democrats everywhere: the sudden Supreme Court vacancy. Biden leads President Trump by about 6 points in the Real Clear Politics average, a bit tighter than the margin that has mostly hovered around 8 or 9 points while occasionally stretching into double digits (and yes, some battleground states are even more competitive). PRESS POUNDS REPUBLICANS ON COURT VACANCY, BUT HYPOCRISY IS WIDESPREAD He didn’t lose his lead during the pandemic. He didn’t lose it during the lockdown. He didn’t lose it during the protests and the riots, which caused many pundits--including me--to question whether he needed to speak out more forcefully against urban violence.   Now some of this can be explained by the fact that Trump, who dominates the news, and Biden, who’s been in politics for 47 years, are so well known....
    EX-Clinton strategist James Carville has said that Donald Trump knows he will lose the presidential election later this year and will go to JAIL. The Democrat political strategist said on MSNBC that President Donald Trump is "desperate" and "knows he's going to lose." ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 3James Carville said that Trump knows he will lose the election and will go to JAILCredit: MSNBC Carville, nicknamed 'Ragin' Cajun' for his successful campaign with Bill Clinton, spoke about why Trump agreed to be on ABC News town hall debate 'The President and the People.' Speaking about Trump, he said: "His inability to react or empathize with people is something staggering, and everybody’s trying to wonder why did he do this. "He’s desperate because he knows he’s going to lose. "And when he loses quite frankly, in my opinion, he’s going to jail, and he knows that. "So why would he expose himself to a format that is completely ill-suited to him?" Carville continued: "I mean it was quite...
    Democrat strategist James Carville said Tuesday on MSNBC’s “The 11th Hour,” that President Donald Trump agreed to do tonight’s ABC News town hall because he’s “desperate” and knows he’s going to lose.” Carville said, “I would get Michael Bloomberg to put up $500 million and run the actual town hall on television so everybody could see it. I mean, his inability to react or empathize with people is something staggering, and everybody’s trying to wonder why did he do this. He’s desperate because he knows he’s going to lose, and when he loses quite frankly, in my opinion, he’s going to jail, and he knows that. So why would he expose himself to a format that is completely ill-suited to him? “I mean it was quite remarkable and, you know, having worked with Bill Clinton is probably the best one-on-one politician that ever lived, to watch him the way that he reacts with people is just stunning, and as dismissive as he is with ordinary people, it’s really stunning maybe the 42% that are with him will stay, but, boy, he didn’t...
    Getty Eagles franchise QB Carson Wentz is out to prove his doubters wrong in his fifth year in the NFL. Eight sacks. Two interceptions. One forgettable day. The Eagles dropped their season opener 27-17 in what will go down as one of Carson Wentz’s most disappointing performances. The franchise quarterback was under intense pressure all afternoon, thanks largely to an inexperienced offensive line. With Lane Johnson nursing a sore ankle, the team trotted out second-year guard Nate Herbig at right guard and rookie Jack Driscoll at right tackle. Neither one had ever started an NFL game prior to Sunday. While it’s true Wentz was feeling the heat every time he dropped back, he needed to do a better job of getting the ball out. He threw two costly interceptions, on errant and misguided throws. He also fumbled the ball on a busted play but Jason Kelce (luckily) was there to recover it. The Eagles quickly watched a 17-0 second-quarter lead evaporate into thin air. Washington unapologetically scored 27 unanswered points to send Philly home losers in Week 1....
    JOE Biden has blasted Trump’s coronavirus decision making as “almost criminal” - and accused him of ensuring “wealthy friends didn’t lose any money”.  The Presidential hopeful hit out at Trump following the publication of Bob Woodward’s book 'Rage', which claimed the President ‘downplayed’ the virus when it reached American shores in February. 4Biden has blasted Trump’s coronavirus decision making as “almost criminal”Credit: AFP or licensors 4It comes as Trump was accused of 'downplaying the virus' when it reached American shoresCredit: Getty - Pool For his book, political journalist Bob Woodward collected interview recordings with the president where he made several comments – including that coronavirus could be five times "more deadly" than the flu. In the book, Trump confessed to Bob Woodward that he "downplayed" coronavirus and "knew it was deadly," despite claiming it was under control. Speaking to CNN’s Jake Tapper, Biden labelled Trump’s comments given to Woodward “disgusting”.  He said: “I truly don't get it. "It was all about making sure the stock market didn't come down, that his wealthy friends didn't lose any money and that he could say...
    AUGUSTINE BEACH (CBSMiami) – A Florida teenager is in good spirits after being bitten by a shark while surfing with his Dad in St. Augustine Beach. If it wasn’t for the crutches and bandages on his ankle, it would be difficult to know Peyton McGinn was bitten by the shark on Saturday afternoon. “It was about like knee-deep water. I turned my board around, about to go paddle back out. And then when as soon as I got off my board, he just like came up and bit my foot and then I was like really shocked,” said McGinn. He said he wasn’t sure what was happening at first. “I thought it was like someone just grabbed my ankle. I couldn’t even feel like a shark or anything. I thought someone was just like messing with me or something, and I look down I was like, ‘Oh shoot, it’s a shark!’” McGinn said he hopped back to the beach, where two men wrapped a shirt around his wounds and called for help. “The two guys that helped me on the...
    Donald Trump didn’t name names, but he clearly thinks the Senate Republicans who haven’t proven sufficiently loyal to him know who they are. “We have a couple of people that aren’t as supportive of Trump as they should be, and those people are going to lose their elections,” Trump said Thursday during a call-in interview to Fox Business Network. Trump, delivering a dispatch from Planet Trump, predicted Republicans would regain control of the House—a nearly impossible task. But he said keeping the Senate would be “tough.” That part is true, with the Senate GOP playing almost nothing but defense now to protect fully eight incumbent GOP senators. Still, it’s not true for the reasons Trump thinks. “You have a few people that want to be cute, and those people are going to lose their elections,” Trump reiterated. Someone’s sounding a little testy mob-bossy these days. Trump apparently doesn’t like it that nearly every Senate Republican in a tough reelection bid has cut him out of their ads entirely, including Sens. Joni Ernst of Iowa and David Perdue of Georgia, who more recently joined the list of Senate races...
    Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa. Donald Trump didn't name names, but he clearly thinks the Senate Republicans who haven't proven sufficiently loyal to him know who they are. "We have a couple of people that aren’t as supportive of Trump as they should be, and those people are going to lose their elections," Trump said Thursday during a call-in interview to Fox Business Network. Trump, delivering a dispatch from Planet Trump, predicted Republicans would regain control of the House—a nearly impossible task. But he said keeping the Senate would be "tough." That part is true, with the Senate GOP playing almost nothing but defense now to protect fully eight incumbent GOP senators. Still, it’s not true for the reasons Trump thinks. "You have a few people that want to be cute, and those people are going to lose their elections," Trump reiterated. Someone's sounding a little testy mob-bossy these days. Trump apparently doesn't like it that nearly every Senate Republican in a tough reelection bid has cut him out of their ads entirely, including Sens. Joni Ernst of Iowa and David Perdue of Georgia,...
    In a recent interview with Sportskeeda, former WWE star Pierre Carl Ouellet — who is more commonly known as PCO — revealed that he ruined his reputation with Vince McMahon after refusing to lose to Kevin Nash. The former Tag Team Champion revealed that the incident is one of the biggest regrets of his career. During the conversation, he said that he wished he’d took the loss. “Yeah, just to tarnish my reputation a little bit with Vince when I refused to job against Kevin Nash. Should have done the job as soon as it was set up, and I should have gone through the tough time just like Paul Levesque did.” The Paul Levesque comment was a reference to the time where Triple H was punished after the infamous “Curtain Call” incident in the 1990s. Nash and Scott Hall had agreed to join World Championship Wrestling, which led to Triple H and Shawn Michaels hugging them in front of a live audience following their final match. Michaels wasn’t buried as he was being pushed as a top star at...
    Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg denied knowing that Facebook's video stats were inflated for more than a year during a Wednesday hearing before a House Judiciary subcommittee.  He had been asked about the scandal by Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, who tore into the Facebook boss because 'based on these metrics, news publishers fired hundreds of journalists, choosing instead to boost their video division.'  'Congressman, no I did not and we regret that mistake and we have put in place a lot of other measures since then,' Zuckerberg said.   Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg denied that he knew Facebook was inflating claims of video viewership, which prompted news organizations to lay off writers and focus on video  Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, participating in the hearing Wednesday virtually, asked Mark Zuckerberg about Facebook inflating video stats, which he said led to 'news publishers fir[ing] hundreds of journalists, choosing instead to boost their video division' Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared at the Capitol Hill Judiciary subcommittee hearing via video chat, as Congress is still doing past of its business...
    National Guard officer: Lafayette Square protesters faced unprovoked escalation and excessive use of force Fast-food giants raise delivery prices by more than 15% Colts place Julian Blackmon on non-football injury list Safety Julian Blackmon‘s first NFL training camp will start with a stint on the Colts’ non-football injury list. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The team announced the move on Monday afternoon. Blackmon won’t be able to practice until he comes off the list, but is eligible to be activated at any time. Blackmon tore his ACL while playing for Utah in last year’s Pac-12 title game. That didn’t stop Colts General Manager Chris Ballard from taking Blackmon in the third round in April. “Really, it came more down to I didn’t want to lose him. I didn’t want to lose him behind us. We thought there was a chance he would be there in the third. We were worried that he wouldn’t be there in the fourth,” Ballard said, via the team’s website. “He’s got the ACL injury, we know that he won’t...
    Donald Trump's CIA intelligence briefer, Beth Sanner (pictured), made rare public comments on Monday as she spoke about the challenges she faces while delivering intelligence to the president Donald Trump's CIA intelligence briefer made rare public comments on Monday as she spoke about the challenges she faces while delivering intelligence to the president.  According to Politico, Beth Sanner, who is a senior official at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, spoke during an event hosted by the Intelligence & National Security Alliance.  Sanner said it's important to understand if this 'is someone who reads? Someone who likes a story? Operates on visuals?' 'You figure out before you go in what that person needs from you.' She then said: 'Be calm in your confidence, do your homework, and have that first briefing be where you hit the things they need from you.' 'Watch your audience and pivot—when they’re done, you’re done. Ultimately, it’s about listening to be heard. You have to really hear people and then adjust yourself,' she added.  Sanner's mention of being able to 'pivot' during...
    Sen. Lindsey Graham said Friday that he was "stunned" by the Supreme Court's ruling against the Trump administration's effort to end the Obama-era Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program,­ which offers legal protections to young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children. Appearing on "Fox News @ Night" with host Shannon Bream, Graham, R-S.C., pointed out that while the court did not side with the president, the administration can "fix this pretty quickly by writing another memo." READ THE OPINION "But, I was stunned. I told the president Tuesday night, you know, 'I don't think you can lose this one.' Well, what did I know?" asked Graham. In a 5-4 decision, with Chief Justice John Roberts joining his liberal counterparts to author the opinion, the Supreme Court said that the administration's decision to rescind DACA violated the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), which sets out rulemaking procedures for federal agencies. "We do not decide whether DACA or its rescission are sound policies. 'The wisdom' of those decisions 'is none of our concern,'" Roberts wrote in his opinion. "We address only whether the agency complied with the procedural requirement that it provide a reasoned explanation for its action." Supporters...
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