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    Former professional golfer Paige Spiranac has proved her sense of humour is just as sharp as her looks by issuing a brilliant comeback to an online troll who said nobody in the sport cared about her views. Fresh from being named the sexiest woman in the world on Maxim magazine's famous Hot 100 list, the 29-year-old wasn't having any of it when a golf fan tweeted, 'No One in the Golf World Cares About Paige Spiranac's Views! A Boob Job Does Not Make You a Wise Sage!' On Thursday she hit back with: 'They're real and they're spectacular' - quoting one of the most famous lines from the hit TV comedy Seinfeld. Spiranac shot down a cruel troll with a brilliant comeback that will be familiar to any fan of the legendary TV comedy Seinfeld 'They're real and they're spectacular,' she said after being accused of having a boob job - using the exact line spoken by Teri Hatcher's character (pictured) in a fan favourite episode It comes from an episode in which Jerry Seinfeld's friend Elaine believes his new...
    Nicole Saphier, MD is a physician at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, an assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medical College and bestselling author of 'Panic Attack.' Her opinions are her own and not reflective of her employers. Who knew that one of the symptoms of COVID was whiplash? On Tuesday, Dr. Anthony Fauci declared that the pandemic that has killed nearly 1 million people in the United States and more than 6 million people worldwide is apparently over. 'We are certainly right now in this country out of the pandemic phase,' he said at the tail end of a PBS NewsHour interview on Tuesday evening. Then less than 24 hours later, Fauci was scrambling to walk that statement back. 'The world is still in a pandemic,' Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told the Washington Post on Wednesday, 'There's no doubt about that. Don't anybody get any misinterpretation of that. We are still experiencing a pandemic.' 'We're really in a transitional phase,' he went on, 'from a deceleration of the [COVID case] numbers into hopefully...
    KIM Kardashian filmed a TikTok video with her daughter North - days after Kanye West said he doesn't want the eight-year-old to go on the app. The KUWTK alum, 41, and her mini-me pulled funny faces at the camera in the high-speed video, which they posted on Monday. 4Kim Kardashian filmed a TikTok with her daughter North - days after Kanye West said he doesn't want the eight-year-old to go on the appCredit: TikTok 4Kim and North pulled funny faces at the camera in the high-speed videoCredit: TikTok In the clip, Kim and North whirled around the youngster's pink bedroom while mock-screaming at the camera. The SKIMS founder wore a tight black bodysuit, while North looked comfy in pajamas. Last week, Kanye hit out at Kim for letting North wear lipstick and post on TikTok. In an interview on Hollywood Unlocked, the 44-year-old rapper said: "Don't have my daughter wearing lipstick on TikTok, or don't have her on TikTok at all, if I'm not there to approve that. "It was done without me knowing and it happened again so...
    (CNN)Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed pledged to bury his government's enemies "with our blood" last week, in an inflammatory speech marking the one-year anniversary of the war in the country's northern Tigray region."We will bury this enemy with our blood and bones and make the glory of Ethiopia high again," Abiy said at the military headquarters in the capital, Addis Ababa, on Wednesday, a day after declaring a national state of emergency and urging Ethiopians to take up arms to fight advancing Tigrayan forces.The speech doubled down on comments the Nobel Peace laureate made in an earlier Facebook post urging supporters to "march ... with any weapon and resources they have to defend, repulse and bury the terrorist TPLF." The Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), which ruled the country for more than three decades before Abiy came to power in 2018, has been designated a terrorist group by the current government. Ethiopia is at war with itself. Heres what you need to know about the conflictAbiy's post was removed by Facebook for violating its policies against inciting and supporting violence....
    COPS told Gabby Petito told that Brian Laundrie is "bad for your soul," and that if "he doesn't have sense to stay away, it's on him." Bodycam footage shows Petito and Laundrie's interaction with cops after an altercation in Utah just weeks before the 22-year-old disappeared. 7Bodycam footage shows Petito and her boyfriend talking to policeCredit: AP 7Cops spoke to the couple after a domestic incident was reportedCredit: AP 7Gabby is visibly upset in the footageCredit: AP On August 12, cops in Utah pulled Petito and Laundrie, her fiancé, over after an altercation was called in by a third party, according to NBC-2. Petito was last seen after leaving a hotel in Salt Lake City on August 24. The pair had been traveling across America in a 2012 white Ford Transit van since July 4. In the footage, a visibly upset Petito is seen talking to officers about some sort of altercation she had with Laundrie, and one cop suggests he is "bad" for her soul. "Maybe it's bad for your soul," the officer can be heard saying, after discussing Petito's...
    U.S. Congressman Ron DeSantis of Florida speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland.Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0) In Doral Tuesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis had a chance to clean up the perception that he agreed with misinformation from a featured speaker at his own press conference the day before. However, it’s unclear if the response will mollify critics. The Governor told reporters that he essentially wasn’t listening to controversial comments a speaker made in Newberry suggesting COVID-19 vaccines scramble the genetic codes of the vaxxed. “Honestly, I don’t even remember him saying that, so it’s not anything I’ve said,” DeSantis said, about the controversial statement at a press conference in Newberry on Monday announcing big $5,000-per-incident fines for cities mandating COVID-19 shots for employees. The question that DeSantis sidestepped was from POLITICO reporter Marc Caputo: “At yesterday’s press conference, the guy next to you said that the vaccines changed (his?) RNA. As you’ve said, you’re a data-driven guy. That doesn’t line up with the data. Two questions....
    The White House is depending on the Taliban to give evacuating Americans "safe passage" to the Kabul airport just six weeks after President Biden said that he doesn't trust the terrorist group. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan joined White House press secretary Jen Psaki at the podium for a press conference on Tuesday, where they took questions about the fallout from the Afghanistan troop withdrawal, which has seen the Taliban surge back into control of country.  WHITE HOUSE ADMITS ‘FAIR AMOUNT’ OF US EQUIPMENT IN AFGHANISTAN IN TALIBAN HANDS Sullivan told the assembled reporters that the administration expects the Taliban "will have to be watched and observed over time" on whether the terrorist group is "prepared to meet their obligations to the basic human rights and human dignity of people, to the safe passage of people, to the airport." "The Taliban have informed us that they are prepared to provide the safe passage of civilians to the airport, and we intend to hold them to that commitment," Sullivan also said during the briefing. TALIBAN FIGHTERS BEATING AFGHANS ATTEMPTING TO REACH...
    Yvette Nicole Brown dished on one of the biggest behind-the-scenes things she’s learned throughout her career in Hollywood — what Matthew McConaughey smells like.  The "Community" actress appeared on SiriusXM’s "The Jess Cagle Show" last week to discuss her many, many film and TV roles. The conversation turned to her part in the 2008 comedy "Tropic Thunder" where she got to work with McConaughey.  Revealing that she is a big fan of the actor, she noted that she had a goal in mind when meeting him at the time. She recalled a 2005 interview the actor did with People in which he noted that he revealed he hadn’t worn deodorant "in 20 years." CARDI B CONFUSED BY CELEBS WHO DON’T SHOWER REGULARLY: ‘IT’S GIVING ITCHY’  Yvette  Nicole Brown said she was curious about how Matthew McConaughey smelled while working with him on 'Tropic Thunder.' (AP/Getty Images) "So my first thought was, I’m going to get as close as I can to him to see if he’s right. He does not have an odor. He smells like granola and...
    Nick Cannon is known for his acting and hosting MTV's "Wild N Out." Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images Nick Cannon said he does not "subscribe to monogamy" on "The Breakfast Club" radio show. He explained that it was the women he's in relationships with who lead and he is just "following suit."  Cannon also questioned why it's a big deal that his children don't have the same mother. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Nick Cannon said that he doesn't "subscribe to monogamy" when asked about his children with multiple women on "The Breakfast Club" radio show. The "Wild N Out" host and creator clarified to the hosts of "The Breakfast Club," Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy, about how he feels about relationships after the recent birth of his seventh child.  When Charlamagne said people "question" why the TV personality has...
    Lü Xiaojun competing at the Rio 2016 Olympics. Getty/Visual China Group Chinese weightlifter Lü Xiaojun is an Olympic gold medallist and five-time world champion. He avoids training bench press to ensure he doesn't restrict his shoulder mobility, he said. The bench press is still a beneficial compound movement for strength and muscle building. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Champion weightlifter Lü Xiaojun said he rarely trains bench press. Although bench is considered to be one of the key compound movements (alongside the likes of deadlifts and squats) — and a favorite exercise for many gym-goers — the Chinese Olympian avoids it. The reason is that it restricts his shoulder mobility, he said in a recent YouTube video.   Xiaojun said bench press, strict press, and push press are his weakest lifts, and he doesn't train them often. Competitive weightlifters, he said, should avoid bench press "because it will restrict your shoulder mobility." According to Mike Matthews of Legion Athletics, incorrect bench press form, or focusing too much on the chest without also training the back, can...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson doubled down on his criticism of the country's top military officer during Friday night's show, accusing Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley of a 'racial attack' in the general's defense of critical race theory.  Carlson played a clip of Milley's response to Republican lawmakers' claims that the US military is becoming too 'woke' during Wednesday's House of Representatives Armed Services Committee meeting.    'I want to understand white rage, and I'm white and I want to understand it,' Milley said.  'What is it that caused thousands of people to assault this building and try to overturn the Constitution of the United States of America? What caused that? I want to find that out. I want to maintain an open mind here.' Carlson called Milley's statement 'a racial attack… an attack against people on the basis of their skin color.'  'White rage is not a medical condition, it's not even a legitimate academic theory. It doesn't exist,' Carlson said. 'We shouldn't have a chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff attacking Americans on their skin color. It's disgusting.'  Carlson was...
    Chelsea's Kai Havertz goes past Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson to score the Champions League-winning goal. Getty Images Chelsea's Kai Havertz scored the only goal as Chelsea beat Manchester City to win the Champions League. After the match, he was asked if he felt he had paid back his $101 million transfer fee with the goal. "To be honest, right now I don't give a f--- on that, we won the f---ing Champions League!" — he said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Chelsea's Kai Havertz scored the only goal as Chelsea beat out Manchester City to win an all-English Champions League final Saturday night. In a scintillating match hosted in the Portuguese city of Porto, Chelsea ran out 1-0 winners thanks to Havertz's 42nd-minute goal, his first ever in Champions League football. Havertz, a 22-year-old from Germany, signed for Chelsea last summer in a deal worth over £71 million ($101 million), making him the most expensive outfield player in club history. Since joining, Havertz has endured a tough season, particularly struggling under former manager Frank Lampard. However,...
    Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer in "Call Me By Your Name." Sony Pictures Classics/Warner Bros. Pictures/Memento Films International "Call Me By Your Name" director Luca Guadagnino recently cast doubt on the possibility of a sequel. Guadagnino was interviewed by Deadline on the set of his new movie "Bones and All." "The truth of the matter is, my heart is still there, but I'm working on this movie now," he said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Filmmaker Luca Guadagnino revealed in a recent interview that he has no immediate plans to make a sequel to his hit 2017 drama "Call Me By Your Name."  "The truth of the matter is, my heart is still there, but I'm working on this movie now, and I'm hopefully going to do 'Scarface' soon, and I have many projects and so will focus on this side of the Atlantic and the movies I want to make," Guadagnino told Deadline when asked about the potential follow-up.  The filmmaker is currently working on "Bones and All," an adaptation of the novel by Camille...
    Dwyane Wade, Zaya Wade and Gabrielle Union attend the Better Brothers Los Angeles 6th annual Truth Awards at Taglyan Complex on March 07, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Andrew Toth/Getty Images Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union discussed trans rights and their daughter, Zaya Wade, on GMA.  Wade said he doesn't understand why trans people have suddenly become a public "problem" for lawmakers. "I think what we are kind of puzzled at is why, in 2021, has the trans community become a problem for the world?" Wade said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union appeared on "Good Morning America" to discuss how the wave of anti-trans legislation sweeping the US has impacted how they parent at home and publicly.  The couple has been a model for what parental acceptance of trans children can look like since their teenage daughter, Zaya Wade, came out as trans in 2020. Wade previously told GMA in February 2020 that he let Zaya take the lead on educating him about trans issues, in addition to doing his own...
    Steve Harvey once said he has no female friends because he's "incapable" of being friends with them. Byron Cohen/Getty Images Steve Harvey once said he has no female friends because he is "incapable" of that. In a 2010 CNN interview, Harvey said most men can't be friends with women they're attracted to. The clip resurfaced on TikTok in March and went viral on Twitter last weekend. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Steve Harvey once said that he's "incapable" of having a platonic friendly relationship with women, adding that "99.9%" of men feel that way about women they're attracted to.  In the clip from a 2010 interview, which appears to have first resurfaced when TikTok user @helenerison posted it in March and circulated further when it was reshared to Twitter last weekend, the "Family Feud" host is seen weighing in on purely platonic friendships between men and women during an appearance on the CNN show "Face to Face."  "All of my friends are men. I don't have female friends. I'm incapable of that," Harvey says in the...
    Jake Paul. Photos by Jake Paul / Twitter Jake Paul posted a TikTok video hinting it was always his intention to piss off MMA fans at UFC 261. "F--- Jake Paul," they screamed, as he engaged former champ Dan Cormier in a hostile exchange. The creator then turned on the UFC boss Dana White and claimed he should pay his fighters more. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Jake Paul posted a TikTok video hinting it was always his intention to piss off MMA fans, called Dana White "a real douche" in a separate tweet, and slammed the UFC boss for not paying fighters enough. The YouTuber caused chaos Saturday at the UFC 261 event in front of a sell-out crowd inside the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Florida. The former two-weight UFC champion Dan Cormier confronted Paul after the pair feuded on social media, generating "F--- Jake Paul" chants from fight fans in attendance. Watch Paul's trip right here: —Jake Paul (@jakepaul) April 25, 2021At a post-event press conference, reporters asked White if he'd ever promote...
    A courtroom sketch of the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin at his trial. Jane Rosenberg/Reuters Insider spoke to an officer who recently left the Minneapolis Police Department.  He said officers are not trained to kneel on suspects' necks, as Derek Chauvin did to George Floyd.  But he said his understanding of the autopsy is that Floyd died of a drug overdose, not killed by Chauvin. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A former Minneapolis police officer told Insider that Derek Chauvin violated protocol while kneeling on George Floyd's neck for several minutes last year, but he doesn't think the officer's actions led to Floyd's death. The former officer, who spoke to Insider on the condition of anonymity, left the department days before Chauvin's trial started on March 29. The former officer's identity is known to Insider. 'I never taught the officers to kneel on anybody's neck'The former officer said he believes Chauvin can't get a fair trial in Minneapolis, and that it should have been moved elsewhere.  He said he also doesn't buy Chauvin's claim that he...
    Former NBA player Jeremy Lin took to social media to share that a another player had called him 'coronavirus' during a G League game, refusing to name the person who made the remark while denouncing Anti-Asian attacks that have grown in prominence in the United States.  Lin, who is now playing for the G Leage's Santa Cruz Warriors, took to his social media Thursday to share news of the offensive remark.  'Being an Asian American doesn't mean we don't experience poverty and racism,' the 32-year-old said in the post. 'Being a 9 year NBA veteran doesn't protect me from being called 'coronavirus' on the court.' Jeremy Lin, who is now playing for the G Leage's Santa Cruz Warriors, took to his social media Thursday to share news of the offensive remark 'Being an Asian American doesn't mean we don't experience poverty and racism,' the 32-year-old said in the post . 'Being a 9 year NBA veteran doesn't protect me from being called 'coronavirus' on the court' In his initial post, the former New York Knicks basketball player impassionedly...
    Joe Biden hugs his wife, Jill Biden, after speaking during the fourth day of the Democratic National Convention in August 2020. Andrew Harnik/AP President Biden and first lady Jill Biden sat down for an interview with People at the White House. In the interview, they discussed their 43-year marriage and how they supported each other's careers. The president said he didn't think would've continued working in public life without Jill. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. President Joe Biden had his first interview at the White House with his wife, Jill Biden, by his side. The president and first lady are the cover stars of this week's People magazine, and their interview with the magazine was recorded for People TV. In the interview, the couple spoke about adjusting to life at the White House, their grandchildren, and Joe Biden's agenda for his presidency.  They also discussed their 43-year marriage, reflecting on the ways they have supported each other's careers throughout their relationship. President-elect Joe Biden and Jill Biden arrive at Biden's inauguration. Win McNamee/Getty Images ...
    Heather Morris costarred with Mark Salling on "Glee." Paul Archuleta/Getty Images Heather Morris defended her recent reaction to a "Glee" fan's post about her late costar Mark Salling, which she called "offensive."  Morris and Salling's costar Kevin McHale, who played Artie on the musical comedy-drama, retweeted a fan's commemoration of the show's episode "A Very Glee Christmas."  But in the fan's screengrabs from the episode, they covered Salling's face with a vomiting emoji face.  Morris replied to McHale's retweet, calling the emoji choice "offensive," and doubled down on her comments in a series of follow-up tweets.  "We did not lose just 2 cast members, we lost 3," Morris wrote. "And it is SO incredibly tough to have to act like that 3rd one is invisible, because even though his actions are unjustifiable, he was a part of our family at one point."  Salling had pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography a year before his 2018 suicide. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Glee" star Heather Morris didn't hold back in her criticism of a fan's post...
    He now says he 'underestimated' the 'authoritarianism' of officials trying to keep people safe. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) admitted on Tuesday that he had been wrong to "guarantee" that Democratic officials would immediately reopen all businesses after the election if Joe Biden won. "Twitter Left is aghast—seems the media/commie list-serve activated them all," he tweeted, referencing a now-viral video of his own July interview. "Two observations: (1) Biden has *still* not been sworn in & (2) perhaps I underestimated the vicious authoritarianism of today’s Left—so willing to destroy restaurants, bars, small businesses, lives...." The video, posted on Sunday by a Twitter account called "Bad COVID-19 Takes," shows Cruz telling the Hill exactly four months earlier that Democratic mayors and governors were only restricting businesses and schools during the pandemic as part of a "cynical" political ploy to defeat Donald Trump. It has racked up more than 5.5 million views.
    The White House is said to be irked by the country's leading infectious-disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci having given a wide-ranging interview in which he 'appears to play politics' on the coronavirus outbreak just days before the general election. Despite having not been part of any recent White House press conferences on the pandemic for many months nor having spoken to President Trump directly since the start of October, the doctor has laid bare his frustrations with how the current administration is dealing with the disease.  The president now favors hearing from a doctor with a different point of view - Dr. Scott Atlas.  The country's leading infectious-disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci has given a wide-ranging interview to the Washington Post on the coronavirus response 'We're in for a whole lot of hurt. It's not a good situation,' Fauci said. 'All the stars are aligned in the wrong place as you go into the fall and winter season, with people congregating at home indoors. You could not possibly be positioned more poorly.'  Fauci noted in the interview with the Washington...
    Dana White and Donald Trump. Photo by Jim Watson / AFP via Getty Images The UFC president Dana White will be speaking at the Republican National Convention in North Carolina on Thursday. If history is anything to go by, White's speech will likely be pro-Donald Trump, but he said people will have to tune in to find out what he will be saying. White has spoken at a Republican National Convention before, at a Trump rally in Colorado, and has frequently said the president is awesome. This week, White said Trump "is very pro-business" and that he was instrumental in ushering sports back in the coronavirus era. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The UFC president Dana White said he doesn't "give a s---" what critics think when he speaks at the Republican National Convention. White addressed the MMA press after the most recent edition of "Dana White's Contender Series" — a television show designed to funnel talent into the UFC. The MMA Junkie reporter John Morgan asked White what he plans to say at the conference....
    Dev Patel has been tipped to take over the role of James Bond from Daniel Craig. Dave J Hogan/Getty Images/Sony Pictures Releasing In an interview with IndieWire, Dev Patel said that he is reluctant to play James Bond as he doesn't want to be a "tokenistic" hire for the sake of diversity. Patel has been touted as a potential 007 replacement for Daniel Craig after Craig exits the role following November's "No Time To Die." Patel told IndieWire: "I also don't want to be gifted a role, just because of the tokenistic nature of me being a garnish — 'Let's sprinkle some diversity into this!' That doesn't make me feel good either." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dev Patel said he isn't interested in taking on the mantle of 007 as he doesn't want to be a "tokenistic" diversity hire. Patel has been touted as a possible new 007 by many — there's even an entire Reddit thread on why Patel would be the perfect Bond. However, in an interview with IndieWire published on August 25,...
    Gwyneth Paltrow and Her Lookalike Daughter Apple Pose for Sweet Summer Selfie Opinion: The hidden risk in your S&P 500 index fund Dwight Howard, again not wearing a mask in Orlando bubble, said he doesn’t believe in vaccinations © Yahoo News Dwight Howard has been very open about his frequent decision to not wear a mask inside the NBA’s bubble at Walt Disney World amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Los Angeles Lakers center often posts to social media or goes live without one on, and has questioned why players were even made to wear them in the first place. On Sunday, he took things a step further. [ Coronavirus: How the sports world is responding to the pandemic ] After going live on Instagram while not wearing a mask despite being around others, Howard was asked if he believed in vaccinations. “No, I don’t,” he replied. “That’s my personal opinion, but no, I don’t.” Here is the clip from Dwight Howard’s Instagram Live saying he does not believe in vaccinations . pic.twitter.com/MJqV2UwieI— Jacob Rude (@JacobRude) July 19,...
    Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie urged President Trump's campaign to make some significant changes if he wants to catch up to Joe Biden before Election Day. Christie, a Republican, said that there is still time for Trump to improve his polling against the presumptive Democratic nominee but warned that the president is going to need to make some changes if he wants to sell his reelection to voters. "He is losing. And if he doesn’t change course, both in terms of the substance of what he’s discussing and the way that he approaches the American people, then he will lose. There's no question that while these national polls are less significant in terms of the raw numbers, the trend is obvious," Christie said. "The trend is moving toward Joe Biden when Joe Biden hasn’t said a word," he continued. "Joe Biden's hiding in the basement and not saying anything. No discredit to the vice president. If you’re winning without doing anything, why do anything? The president has to change course here." Christie, who lost to Trump...
    Lee Child, the creator of Jack Reacher, has admitted he doesn't like his character, 'that much.' Despite Reacher having millions of fans across the world, Mr Child said he hasn't fallen in love with the character which means he can be hardhearted towards him. 'I need to like him less than you're going to like him,' Lee Child, 65, told The Guardian and added that he had originally planned to end his thriller series by having his character, a former US army military policeman, bleed to death on a 'filthy motel bathroom floor.' I don't like Reacher that much; I'm in total control of him. I'm the only person in the world he's scared of,' Mr Child said.  Despite Jack Reacher having millions of fans across the world, Lee Child  (pictured) said he hasn't fallen in love with the character which means he can be hardhearted towards him Lee Child's 24 novels about Reacher have sold more than 100 million copies around the word.  Tom Cruise played the title role in two movies about the 6ft 5in loner who rights...
    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) this week accused President Donald Trump of deliberately “spreading misinformation” about voting by mail because Trump thinks he is going to lose the 2020 election. Speaking to failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams on Instagram Live, Schumer said the “hypocrisy of Trump is legendary” and ripped him for playing up mail-in voting fraud while he and his staffers cast absentee ballots “regularly.” “I think he thinks he’s going to lose. And I think he feels if he delegitimizes the process… and this is something we all have to worry about… if he delegitimizes the process, maybe there’s a way, even if he loses [by a small margin]… he can sort of say the process was illegitimate, contest it,” he said. We all went through Bush v. Gore in 2000, with a Republican machine that basically pushed the election in their direction with help, I might add, from the Supreme Court, unfortunately. So I think it’s because he’s going to lose, and he wants to delegitimize.” View this post on Instagram Discussion...
    MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” namesake Joe Scarborough declared on Wednesday that President Trump doesn’t appear to want to win reelection. “This does not look like a man who wants to win, who wants to be reelected,” Scarborough said, pointing to recent controversies such as Trump reportedly seeking China’s help and comments made about slowing down COVID-19 testing. TED CRUZ FEUDS WITH JOS SCARBOROUGH, SAYS HOST CHASED TRUMP 'LIKE A TEENAGE GIRL THROWING HER PANTIES AT A BOY BAND' “Time and time again, this guy, every day, acts like he doesn’t want to get reelected. He undercuts his aides who are trying to cover up for previous mistakes that he’s making, and the situation just keeps getting worse,” Scarborough said.  “You have to ask yourself, ‘Why is a guy who is down 10 points, 12 points, 14 points — why doesn’t he adjust?'” The MSNBC host then said Trump is “incapable” of adjusting, but at least knew “when to keep quiet” back in 2016. “Morning Joe” played a clip of Trump telling reporters on Tuesday that he wasn’t joking when it comes to slowing down coronavirus testing and that America has the best tests...
    The House Judiciary Committee plans to issue a subpoena to William Barr, and its chairman has already threatened to “eliminate” the attorney general’s office budget should he refuses to comply. Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., is expected to issue a subpoena for Barr to testify before the panel on July 2 in the wake of the firing of Geoffrey Berman, Axios first reported. Berman, the former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, investigated Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and others in the president’s orbit. A spokesman for Nadler confirmed to the outlet that the subpoena would be issued if Barr does not agree to voluntarily testify next week. In a letter obtained by Axios, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, the top Republican on the committee, told Nadler that Barr, whose earlier scheduled testimony was postponed due to the new coronavirus, “remains willing to testify voluntarily once the pandemic concludes.” But Nadler on Monday told MSNBC that the committee had “begun the process to issue that subpoena.” The move comes after Nadler said last month that such a subpoena was not worth the legal battle. “I am not going...
    Trump was referring to recent incidents of law enforcement violence against peaceful crowds protesting racism and police brutality. Despite video evidence of those incidents, Trump and his allies have insisted the protesters and anti-fascist groups are to blame for any violence. Friday's tweet marked at least the 21st time Trump has threatened a political opponent or accused them of a crime. Here's who else he's targeted in the past. White House leakers Trump recently demanded administration officials prosecute anyone who leaked information to the media about his decision to use the White House bunker during recent protests over racism and police brutality, the New York Times reported on Wednesday. "Mr. Trump has...become consumed, once again, with leaks from the White House, demanding that officials find and prosecute those responsible for information getting out about his trip to the bunker beneath the White House," the outlet reported. Trump initially claimed he went to the bunker to inspect it, but Attorney General Bill Barr later contradicted that statement, saying the Secret Service had "recommended the president go down to the bunker." John...
    Igor Derysh June 23, 2020 4:19PM (UTC) The House Judiciary Committee plans to issue a subpoena to William Barr, and its chairman has already threatened to "eliminate" the attorney general's office budget should he refuses to comply. Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., is expected to issue a subpoena for Barr to testify before the panel on July 2 in the wake of the firing of Geoffrey Berman, Axios first reported. Berman, the former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, investigated Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and others in the president's orbit. : A spokesman for Nadler confirmed to the outlet that the subpoena would be issued if Barr does not agree to voluntarily testify next week. In a letter obtained by Axios, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, the top Republican on the committee, told Nadler that Barr, whose earlier scheduled testimony was postponed due to the new coronavirus, "remains willing to testify voluntarily once the pandemic concludes." But Nadler on Monday told MSNBC that the committee had "begun the process to issue that subpoena." The move comes after Nadler said last month that...
    Bubba Wallace's mother, Desiree, said in an interview on SiriusXM that her son has been called the "n-word" and told he doesn't "belong" during his racing career. Desiree's comments came after a noose was found in Wallace's garage in Talladega, an incident she said was of a new "magnitude." Wallace released a statement after the incident saying he would not let the racist gesture "break" him. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Desiree Wallace, the mother of NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace, said her son has been exposed to racism in the racing world before. On Sunday, NASCAR announced a noose has been found in Bubba's racing garage in Talladega, prior to the Cup Series race on Monday. NASCAR said it would launch an investigation into the incident. On Monday, Desiree said on SiriusXM's "The Joe Madison Show" that Bubba has been called the "n-word" and told he doesn't "belong" before. It's unclear if she meant in NASCAR or throughout his racing career. "This is not his first incident," Desiree said. "He's been involved with incidents on the track....
    The Oklahoma City Police Department this week released body camera footage of its officers arresting a Black man last year who said “I can’t breathe” shortly before dying at a hospital, NBC News reports. The May 2019 footage shows three officers arresting Derrick Scott, 42, after police received a complaint that he was involved in a disturbance and was brandishing a firearm, according to Capt. Larry Withrow. The officers are seen chasing Scott in the video and eventually restraining him. While in custody, Scott laid face down in the grass and asked for his medicine, saying “I can’t breathe.” In response to Scott, one of the officers, Jarred Tipton, said “I don’t care,” per NBC. Another officer said “you can breathe just fine” moments later. Scott was pronounced dead at a local hospital later that day, Withrow said in the statement. An autopsy states that Scott suffered no fatal trauma and that the probable cause of his death was a collapsed lung, KFOR reports. The autopsy also listed asthma, meth, and physical restraint as contributing factors. “This case was fully...
    Joe Biden said he believes President Trump will "try to steal" the election in November and that he is "absolutely convinced" the military will escort Mr. Trump out of the White House if he loses the election and doesn't leave. The presumptive Democratic nominee said ensuring a fair vote is his "single greatest concern." "This president is going to try to steal this election," Biden said Wednesday in an interview on "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah." Trending News Bubba Wallace praises NASCAR's Confederate flag ban Trump threatens to "take back" Seattle if leaders don't act Ex-cop charged in George Floyd's death posts bond, leaves jail Children's remains found at home of man tied to missing Idaho kids Police release nearly-blank Breonna Taylor incident report "This is the guy who said all mail-in ballots are fraudulent, voting by mail, while he sits behind a desk in the Oval Office and writes his mail-in ballot to vote in a primary."  The former vice president also noted how many states have passed laws making it harder for citizens to vote. Biden said...
    New York (CNN Business)Hours before tweeting controversial statements about George Floyd on Saturday, former CrossFit CEO Greg Glassman made insensitive comments about race on a video call with affiliate gym owners.On the call, a gym owner from Minneapolis, Minnesota, where Floyd was killed and protests over his death began, explained that her community and members of her gym were mourning the death of Floyd. She asked why the company had not made any statement on Floyd's death, according to a recording of the call obtained by CNN Business. There were around 10 CrossFit affiliate owners and several company executives on the call, which lasted nearly two hours."We're not mourning for George Floyd. I don't think we or any of my staff are," Glassman said. "Can you tell me why I should mourn for him?"Glassman said he thought Floyd's death "had nothing to do with race," and that he believed Floyd's death was part of a conspiracy to cover up money laundering. No evidence of such a conspiracy has been reported. When asked on the call about CrossFit's response to the...
    (CNN)On the heels of studies showing hydroxychloroquine doesn't help patients in the hospital with Covid-19, a new study -- the first of its kind -- shows the drug doesn't work to prevent infection with the virus, either. President Trump said he took hydroxychloroquine last month, shortly after he found out that his personal valet had been diagnosed with the coronavirus. The University of Minnesota study has been covered in the media over the past few months, and Dr. David Boulware, the author of the new study, says the president's physician sent him an email on May 9, seeking his opinion about taking the drug preventatively, and asking about the results of the study and the dose the study subjects were taking. Trump says he is taking hydroxychloroquine though health experts question its effectiveness Read MoreBoulware says he advised Trump's physician that there was no published research showing hydroxychloroquine worked preventatively and shared that the people in his study who took hydroxychloroquine had higher rates of side effects, mostly gastrointestinal problems such as nausea and vomiting. "I knew they were...
    Tommy Lee may be a master musician but he isn’t too keen on doling out advice to his sons when their love lives come into play. The Mötley Crüe drummer, 57, spoke to Us Weekly about taking a step back from being the relationship guru to sons Brandon Lee, 23, and Dylan Lee, 22, and said he wants his boys to learn certain things on their own as opposed to hearing the game from him. “Sometimes it’s better to kind of fall down and bump your head on your own,” Lee told the outlet in an interview published on Monday. “I guess it’s all part of the learning process. You can sit here and wave flags and give advice and throw flares all you want, but sometimes the best lessons are those self-learned.” ‘SPY INTERVENTION' STAR BRITTANY FURLAN ON HER HOLLYWOOD JOURNEY, FINDING LOVE WITH HUSBAND TOMMY LEE Brandon Lee and Dylan Lee attend the Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2017 Women's Runway Show - Front Row at Windward Plaza on Feb. 8, 2017, in Venice, Calif. (Photo by David Crotty/Patrick...
    Robert O'Brien, a national security adviser to President Donald Trump, said on Sunday that he does not believe there is a problem with "systemic racism" in U.S. policing, and also described the death of George Floyd as an "absolute outrage." "No, I don't think there's systemic racism," O'Brien said during an interview with CNN's State of the Union on Sunday. "I think 99.9 percent of our law enforcement officers are great Americans and many of them are African American, Hispanic, Asian. They're working the toughest neighborhoods, they've got the hardest jobs to do in this country. I think they're amazing, great Americans, and they're my heroes. But you know what, there are some bad apples in there." Speaking to ABC News' This Week about Floyd's death, O'Brien strongly criticized the police officers involved with the incident and suggested they all should be charged. "It's an absolute outrage ... I can't imagine that they won't be charged," he said. "To have stood by and allowed that to happen ... it shows a lack of humanity," the Trump adviser added. âItâs an...
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