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    Dear Quentin, I am a 49-year-old woman with four adult children aged 19 to 29. I bought my home in 1998 as a single mother and my children grew up here. I now have a live-in boyfriend who has done extensive repairs and upgrades to the home over the last 3 years — he performed all the labor himself while I purchased all materials. When he was working, he contributed his fair share to our expenses. However, he works in the oil and gas industry, and was laid off about a year ago and has not worked since then. His employment outlook is uncertain as oil and gas is not rebounding, and he may need to get additional training to change careers. Although we are in a committed relationship and intend to remain together as life partners until one of us dies, we are unlikely to ever formally marry as...
    With his smoldering good looks, chiseled jawline and bulging biceps, Joseph Baena is every bit the image of his superstar father. And the budding actor - son of screen legend Arnold Schwarzenegger - is set to follow in his dad's footsteps with his first movie role in upcoming sci-fi comedy The Chariot. But in an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV Baena, 23, reveals how he tries to duck the constant comparisons with his famous father, ignores talk of emulating Schwarzenegger's stratospheric career and opens up about his battle transforming himself from a 'chubby' and 'overweight' teenager into a muscle-bound hunk. 'I'm following my father's footsteps because I'm doing my own thing,' Baena explained. 'I'm pursuing acting because I want to pursue acting. So really the pressure is just from myself.' Baena, 6ft 1in of taut muscle, has a remarkable resemblance to his superstar dad. In fact he's a dead ringer for...
    The hypothetical Bradley Beal trade saga continues in Washington, as his agent says the star ‘doesn’t want to quit’ on the Wizards. Since Russell Westbrook has joined Bradley Beal in Washington things haven’t really been going all that well. The Wizards are currently 6-16 and only ahead of the Detroit Pistons in the Eastern Conference. Bradley Beal has been having an incredible year all for naught. Beal’s name has been swirling around trade rumors and he’s been vocal about being frustrated with this Wizards team. His contract situation is making things a little interesting. He has one more year left on his contract after this season, and that puts him in prime position for free agency discussions. He leads the NBA in scoring with 32.8 points per game but the Wizards can’t seem to figure anything out. Still, through the frustration and the losses, Beal maintains that he wants to...
    Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley Engaged: Why Some Fans Think Jodie Foster May Have Set Them Up The Unexpected Costs of Remote Learning for Families Bradley Beal is off the NBAs trade market: He doesn’t want to quit on something Bradley Beal knew this was coming. That does not mean he has to like it. Once Giannis Antetokounmpo re-signed with the Milwaukee Bucks, and once James Harden was traded from the Houston Rockets, the Washington Wizards guard was well aware his name would be next to enter a seemingly endless cycle of speculation about his trade availability and satisfaction with the organization. Only, Beal does not want next. He wants to carve his own path, not the one dictated by widespread player movement and the media that spotlights it, and that still means constructing a contender in Washington. “He doesn’t want to quit on something,” Beal’s agent, Mark Bartelstein...
    What a difference two weeks make. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said Tuesday that Donald Trump is not to blame for inciting the deadly Capitol insurrection — weeks after saying Trump was the problem. On Fox News, Graham argued against convicting Trump in his second impeachment trial, saying it would be bad for the GOP. "You can be disappointed with the president's behavior, but applaud his actions. And the people who defiled the Capitol — they did that, not me, not Donald Trump. And that does not represent the 74 million people who stood behind President Trump and would vote for him again today," he argued. "So to my Republican colleagues in the Senate, we have to rise to the occasion. If we don't, we are going to destroy the party."
    Joe Exotic's legal team expect a pardon from President Donald Trump 'very soon' and are ready to pick him up in a limo from a Fort Worth prison to immediately get his hair done before seeing his husband Dillon Passage. Exotic, whose real name is Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage, has served roughly two years of a 22-year sentence after he was convicted on 17 federal charges in 2019 for animal abuse and an attempted murder-for-hire plot on Carole Baskin. Maldonado-Passage, 57, who owned and operated the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park, shot to fame after Netlfix released its hit Tiger King series at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Joe Exotic's legal team expect a pardon from President Donald Trump 'very soon' and are ready to pick him up in a limo from a Fort Worth prison to immediately get his hair done before seeing his husband Dillon Passage ...
    DAN HOOKER jokes he does not want to be 'who the f**k is that guy'd?' by Conor McGregor at the UFC 257 press conference. Hooker and his Fight Island opponent Michael Chandler will be joined by McGregor and fellow headliner Dustin Poirier ahead of a presser. 3Conor McGregor pictured at the UFC 205 press conference Credit: Getty Images - Getty 3Dan Hooker co-headlines on Fight Island Credit: Getty - Contributor FANCY A PUNT? TODAY’S BEST ODDS BOOSTS FROM THE UK’S LEADING BOOKIES But the New Zealander warned he will be cautious about calling out The Notorious, after Jeremy Stephens was left red faced in 2016. Stephens, ahead of UFC 205 in New York, claimed he was the hardest-hitting opponent McGregor could face. To which the Irishman responded: "Who the f**k is that guy?" It leaves Hooker, 30, admitting he will have to be wary as she shares the...
    RIO FERDINAND is refusing to admit Manchester United are Premier League title contenders - because he doesn't want to become a meme again. After a topsy-turvy start to the season, the Red Devils are now level on points with league leaders and defending champions Liverpool - who they have a game in hand on. 2Manchester United are level on points with defending champions LiverpoolCredit: EPA 2Rio Ferdinand is refusing to talk up Manchester United's chances of winning the Premier League titleCredit: PA But Ferdinand is exercising caution when it comes to talking up his old side's chances of winning the league following his infamous 'Ole's at the wheel' speech after United's memorable 3-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain. The retired centre-back said: "The highs are high, and the lows are lower than a snake’s belly. I don’t want to jump the gun like I’ve done before. "I don’t want to become...
    DECLAN RICE has reportedly told his friends he does not want to leave London for Manchester - ruling out a move to United. The West Ham midfielder has been linked with a switch told Old Trafford ever since breaking into the Hammers first team. 1Declan Rice has reportedly told his friends he does not want to leave London for ManchesterCredit: Rex Features CASINO DEALS: BEST SIGN UP OFFERS TO CLAIM OVER £700 More recently, he has been subject to heavy interest from Chelsea, the club he was released from as a 14-year-old. And according to The Mirror, the Blues have been handed a boost with Rice favouring a stay in the capital despite the admirable links to United. A source told the paper: “Dec has been flattered by interest in him but he doesn't see himself moving to Manchester. "It's obvious where he'd like his...
    TEXAS Republican official Terry Harper is facing backlash for suggesting Utah Sen Mitt Romney be "introduced to Mr Guillotine." Harper later tried to clarify that he didn't want harm to come to Romney, he just wanted him to be voted out do to his criticism of Donald Trump and his supporters. 5Mitt Romney has criticized Republicans who say they are planning to contest the results of the 2020 electionCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Terry Harper suggested that Romney be 'introduced' to a guillotineCredit: Facebook 5A guillotine is a device that was used to behead peopleCredit: Facebook Harper's initial post was in response to Romney's criticism of Republican lawmakers, such as Texas Sen Ted Cruz, who are saying they will attempt to deny that Joe Biden won the 2020 election. Romney said the group of 12 lawmakers who plan to challenge the results of the election will "dangerously threaten our Democratic...
    Republican Senator Pat Toomey said Sunday morning Donald Trump will be remembered as a president of 'chaos and misery and erratic behavior' if he doesn't sign the $900 billion coronavirus relief bill by midnight.  'You don't always get what you want, even if you are the president of the United States,' the Pennsylvania senator said in reference to Trump's demand for $2,000 stimulus checks.  Toomey said during his interview with 'Fox News Sunday' that he opposes the president's proposed increase of direct checks to $2,000 from the $600 price tag already included in the most recent bipartisan coronavirus relief legislation.  'I understand the president would like to send bigger checks to everybody,' Toomey said. 'I think what he ought to do is sign this bill and then make the case.' 'I don't agree with $2,000 to people who have had no lost income whatsoever, but the president's free to make...
    Rep. Dan Newhouse now says the amicus declaring Biden's wins 'unconstitutional' was not intended to change the results. Less than two weeks after backing a lawsuit to overturn the 2020 election, Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA) is now claiming he wanted to do no such thing. In an op-ed published Sunday, Newhouse wrote that the amicus brief he and 125 other House Republicans signed backing a Texas challenge to the election results was really only intended to "defend our Constitution and instill confidence in our election system." "I maintain, despite the numerous media reports to the contrary, that this brief — and this case — was not about overturning election results," he argued. "The consequences of a lack of confidence in our election system are not just for this election, but for future national elections as well. If now is not...
    DONALD Trump said that his election battle is "not over" and he doesn't want the United States to have an "illegitimate president." Trump's comments, which he made in a Fox and Friends interview that aired Sunday, come even as the Electoral College is set to cast their votes - to officially elect Joe Biden - on Monday. 4Trump said his legal battles are 'not over' even as the Electoral College vote - to officially elect Joe Biden - is set for MondayCredit: Fox News 4Trump alleged that Biden would be an 'illegitimate president'Credit: AFP or licensors "It's not over," Trump told Fox. "We keep going and we're going to continue to go forward. We have numerous local cases." The president claimed that he won Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia, and noted that he has an ongoing case in Wisconsin. These assertions come even as the Supreme Court tossed out a case...
    Dr Dre's eldest daughter has applied for a job as a FedEx driver and reveals she has not seen her superstar rapper father, believed to be worth $800 million, in 17 years, she exclusively told DailyMailTV.  LaTanya Young, 37, said that she desperately wants a relationship with the hip hop legend, 55, and insisted she doesn't want anything from him except a father-daughter relationship, saying: 'Money is not what I want, I feel better doing it on my own.' She admits she feels 'displaced' by not seeing her father in nearly a decade, saying: 'I really just want to have closure. I just want to be able to spend time with my father.' The mom-of-four hoped that Dre's ongoing divorce from Nicole Young could bring them closer together but admitted that she doesn't even know the producer's personal cell phone number. She revealed that Dre, whose real name is Andre...
    JOE Biden has fired a Brexit warning shot at Boris Johnson by declaring he does not want to see a so-called hard Irish border. The US President-elect spoke out as he revealed he had already discussed the tricky issue with the British PM and other European leaders. 5Biden says he does not want to see a so-called hard Irish borderCredit: Reuters "We do not want a guarded border," he told reporters last night. "We want to make sure we work hard to get Ireland worked out. "I've talked with the British prime minister; I've talked with the Taoiseach; I've talked with others and I've talked with the French. "The idea of having the border north and south once again being closed, it's just not right. We've just got to keep the border open." He discussed Brexit with the British PM earlier this month during one of his first phone calls...
    PHOTO VIA ADOBE A Pinellas County Sheriff's Office detention sergeant resigned Wednesday after racist and sexist comments came to light. The Sheriff's Office says 53-year-old Richard Nascimento Jr. was talking with a supervisor about choosing deputies for the Training Division on Aug. 17. During the conversation, Nascimento mentioned how he didn’t "want any more black females" to his supervisor, and as he was speaking the only black female deputy assigned to the Training Division walked into the office. The comment went unreported until Oct. 29, when an internal review was conducted. Nascimento was then removed from his position and placed on administrative leave. The case was set to be reviewed Thursday, but Nascimento resigned on Wednesday, says the agency. Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said that Nascimento, who’s been with the office since 1999, would’ve been fired had he not resigned. “It is the policy of the Pinellas County Sheriff's...
    BRITISH boxer Dave Allen has made the shock decision to hang up his gloves. The Doncaster brawler last fought in February and has stated that he 'doesn't want to get punched anymore'. 1Dave Allen's final fight was a knockout win over Dorian Darch in FebruaryCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd He wrote on Instagram: "Hello everyone, I hoped I would never have to write this message, never mind at 28 with my last fight being when I was 27 years old. "But I made the decision a few nights ago with my sister that I would no longer from that moment on be a professional fighter, boxing has given me a life I could never of dreamed of. "I had never been out of Doncaster but for school trips till I started boxing and it’s taken me round the world from New York City to working men’s club all around the...
    TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans slammed her ex Nathan Griffith after he claimed that he doesn't want her "bad" son Jace around their child Kaiser. The ex pair have had their ups and downs since parting ways, and some of their custody battle played out on screen for viewers. 8Teen Mom Jenelle Evans responded to her ex Nathan Griffith's claims against her son JaceCredit: Instagram The former reality star took to her Instagram Story to answer fan questions when one asked, "Did you see the video of Nathan saying her don't want kaiser near jace?" Jenelle replied: "Yeah brothers fight sometimes, that's normal. Nathan isn't around the boys enough to know. "And also...Kaiser fights with Ensley." This comes after Nathan, 33, made some harsh comments about Jace, 11, during an Instagram live. 8'Brothers fight sometimes, that's normal. Nathan isn't around the boys enough to know,' Jenelle fired backCredit: Instagram He claimed:...
    A lazy dog refused to move from his napping spot as his owner set about making her bed in the morning. The Australian woman is seen pulling her blanket and the red sheet off of her bed while the large animal lay on the mattress. She began to put the sheet back onto the bed and the dog still refused to budge.
    Terry H. Schwadron November 3, 2020 8:17AM (UTC) Read more articles from the DCReport here. OK, Donald Trump is insisting that "The Election should END on November 3," even willing to slap the Supreme Court justices around, including his own appointees, for allowing the count to continue for nine days in North Carolina. Of course, the voting will stop tomorrow, just as he wants. : It's the count of late-arriving mail ballots that will continue. The rulings in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and elsewhere concern the count, not the vote. Only ballots postmarked by tomorrow night will be eligible to count. In a 3 a.m. tweet, Trump, who has moved beyond his predictions of widespread fraud from mail ballots, argued that "This decision is CRAZY and so bad for our Country. Can you imagine what will happen during that nine-day period. The Election should END on November 3rd." Actually, what...
    Lil Pump has become the latest rapper to endorse President Trump, telling fans in a foul-mouthed video that he does not want to pay 'an extra 33 percent in taxes' and saying: 'f*** sleepy Joe'.  The rapper took to Instagram live on Sunday night, telling his 17million followers : 'Trump 2020! F--- I look like paying an extra 33 in taxes for Biden?'  He went on 'f*** sleepy Joe!' before singing off.  Later, he shared a photo-shopped image of himself shaking hands with Trump in the Oval Office. Rapper Lil Pump took to Instagram Live on Sunday night to tell his 17million followers that he was endorsing Trump
    A groom-to-be is apparently in trouble with his fiancée after he questioned her choice of wedding dress. According to him, his bride-to-be, who is pregnant with the couple’s first child, shouldn’t wear a dress that show’s off her pregnant belly. A groom-to-be explained that the couple originally planned to get married over the summer, but had to postpone it due to the coronavirus pandemic. The couple also planned to start trying to get pregnant right before the wedding. (iStock) Posting under the name PriorDragonfruit8147, the groom-to-be explained that the couple originally planned to get married over the summer, but had to postpone it due to the coronavirus pandemic. The couple also planned to start trying to get pregnant right before the wedding. Apparently, those plans were not postponed and the bride-to-be is expecting. 'ROGUE MINISTER' GOES OFF-SCRIPT AT WEDDING, VIRAL TIKTOK VIDEO SHOWS The groom-to-be wrote, “My fiancé's original dress won't...
    ELLIS GENGE will claim he is related to Muhammad Ali after taking a DNA test to investigate links to 'The Greatest'. In an exclusive interview with SunSport back in January the England prop and huge boxing fan revealed that he could be a great-grandchild of the world's most-iconic sports star. View this post on Instagram Ragh Ellis Genge ???? A post shared by Ellis Genge (@ellisgenge) on Sep 23, 2020 at 1:21pm PDT 1 Ellis Genge joked he is feeling a bit helpless as a new dadCredit: Reuters Genge's grandmother was born near Ali's parents in the USA and shared their surname - Grady. After doing the DNA test Genge said: "We’ve contacted the family from Utah and I think we’ve squashed that one. "Ali’s maiden name was Grady before Clay, our family name was Grady before Genge so it’s a nice thought, I don’t know if I am...
    (CNN)For a guy best known in pop culture -- prior to 2016 -- for telling people "You're fired," Donald Trump doesn't actually like to fire people. His preferred method to get people to leave is to make his unhappiness with them very clear -- publicly and privately -- and hope they just sort of, well, go away.Which brings me to the President and his one-time top coronavirus adviser: Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases. While the relationship has been strained for months, it took on new awkwardness in the wake of a new Trump campaign ad that seeks to (misleadingly) suggest Fauci was praising the President's response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Fauci asked for the ad to be taken down because it painted him in a political light, which he has studiously avoided throughout his career in service of six sitting presidents....
    Washington (CNN)Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said Monday that he's "not a fan" of court-packing, providing his clearest position on an issue he has sought to avoid discussing following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg."I'm not a fan of court-packing, but I don't want to get off on that whole issue," Biden told CNN affiliate WKRC in Cincinatti. "I want to keep focused. The President would love nothing better than to fight about whether or not I would, in fact, pack the court or not pack the court." Last week, Biden told reporters he would not address the issue until after the November 3 election, but his comments Monday go further than when he has demurred in his recent answers on the issue following the vacancy on the Supreme Court left by Ginsburg. With the Republican-controlled Senate likely to confirm President Donald Trump's third Supreme Court justice, creating a...
    CNN’s John Berman bashed Donald Trump for refusing to model public safety guidelines throughout the coronavirus pandemic, even after the president’s bout with the disease. A Tuesday morning New Day panel discussed a report filed by  Gary Tuchman, who interviewed multiple Trump supporters at his Florida rally and asked them why they won’t wear face masks. Alisyn Camerota said it was “so telling” as she reacted to one Trump fan who said she would wear a mask if the president told his supporters to do so. Ryan Nobles got in next, noting that Trump’s supporters take their cues from him and that the president has mocked the importance of wearing masks and maintaining social distancing. When Nobles and Camerota remarked that many lives could’ve been saved if Trump set an example for safety throughout the pandemic, Berman interjected that the president “doesn’t want it.” “At this point, it’s just...
    NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal confessed that he voted for the first time in his life this election because he doesn't want to be a 'hypocrite' after promoting voting initiatives. O'Neal made the revelation on Wednesday during an episode of The Big Podcast With Shaq, in which he said he's gone 30 years without ever casting a ballot. 'Ladies and gentlemen, I have a confession. You know I always like being honest on my podcast,' he told his co-hosts and audience. 'I’ve never voted before, America. But now I’m doing all these voting campaigns, and you know one thing I never like to do is be a hypocrite.  'So the other day, I got my absentee ballot...In other words America, I voted for the first time, and it feels good. Shaquille O'Neal (pictured) revealed on his podcast that he voted for the first time this year and 'it feels good' ...
    A woman who is considering leaving her husband because he doesn't think they can afford to have more children, has been urged to consider the impact the decision would have on the two kids they already have together. Posting anonymously on Mumsnet, the mother-of-two who lives in the UK, explained her husband agreed that they would have up to four children in the early stages of their relationship. However, their circumstances have since changed, and he no longer thinks it's feasible.  She said the 47-year-old is continuing to support teenagers from his first marriage and their finances have been impacted by a failed business. The woman also added that it took them some time to conceive their two children, and she experienced a stillbirth with their first child.   Responses to the post urged the mother-of-two against breaking up her family in the hopes of pursuing her dream of having more...
    LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday he did not particularly wish for the Brexit transition period to end without a new trade deal being in place, but that Britain could live with such an outcome. The transition period ends on Dec. 31 and intensive negotiations are ongoing between London and Brussels. Johnson said a deal was there to be done but there were still difficult issues that needed to be fixed. Asked during a BBC television interview whether he was worried about the potential impact of a no-deal situation in the middle of the COVID pandemic, Johnson said: "I don't want the Australian WTO-type outcome particularly, but we can more than live with it." (Reporting by Estelle Shirbon; Editing by Toby Chopra) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    President Donald Trump said he didn't want to lose to the 'worst presidential candidate' in history, Democrat Joe Biden, as he went on a name-calling tour of his political enemies in Ohio Monday evening.   Trump surveyed the crowd, asking if they wanted his next Supreme Court choice to be a man or a woman. 'It will be a woman, it will be a woman and we are looking forward to it,' the president said, when the crowd indicated by screams they'd prefer a feminine pick.   The crowd booed when Trump mentioned Ohio's Republican Gov. Mike DeWine, who was on hand, as the governor had implemented tough COVID-19 restrictions earlier this year.  President Donald Trump campaigned in Ohio Monday night, telling a crowd in Vandalia that he didn't want to lose to the 'worst presidential candidate in history,' Democrat Joe Biden  Trump went after Joe Biden, photographed earlier Monday...
    OZZY Osbourne insists he won't have a coronavirus vaccine despite his Parkinson's disease putting him at greater risk. The 71-year-old rocker is keen to avoid any potential nasty side-effects from a speedily developed vaccine. 5Ozzy Osbourne is in no rush to get a coronavirus vaccineCredit: BackGrid Speaking on Rock Classics Radio on Apple Music Hits, he said: "I'm trying to recover so I can get... The only good thing about this pandemic, I couldn't work anyway because of my injuries. I'm hoping that I'll be booking 2022, I think. "To be honest with you, I don't think it's going to get ship-shape until the end of next year. I think this winter is going to be f*****g bad. Because you're going to have the flu... "You can give me any f**k, but I'm not going to be number one on [trying] that f*****g new vaccine. I don't want to...
    MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle appears to have felt disenfranchised by Joe Biden for the "Scranton vs. Park Avenue" message he pushed on Thursday night. At the CNN town hall, Biden appealed to voters in his Pennsylvania hometown while saying President Trump is the candidate of Wall Street. "I really view this campaign as a campaign between Scranton and Park Avenue. And I really mean it," Biden said. "Because, you know, when you're raised up here in this area, an awful lot of hard-working people bust the neck -- all they ask for is a shot, just a shot. All that Trump can see from Park Avenue is Wall Street. All he thinks about is the stock market." That didn't sit well with Ruhle, who suggested on Friday such messaging is divisive. MSNBC'S STEPHANIE RUHLE SLAMMED FOR 'SOFTBALL INTERVIEW' WITH CUOMO AMID NURSING HOME CONTROVERSY "Joe Biden said yesterday that his campaign is Scranton...
    Patrick Svitek September 17, 2020 11:30AM (UTC) This article originally appeared on The Texas Tribune. U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is making clear that he's not interested in serving on the U.S. Supreme Court, despite President Donald Trump recently naming him to a group of potential nominees. When Trump announced Cruz as part of the 20-name list Wednesday, the senator issued a statement suggesting he was satisfied with remaining in Congress. He more explicitly said he wasn't interested during a Fox News interview Sunday. : "Do you want the job?" host Maria Bartiromo asked. "I don't," Cruz responded. "It is deeply honoring, it's humbling to be included in the list … but it's not the desire of my heart. I want to be in the political fight." Cruz, the former solicitor general of Texas, has been mentioned before as a possible Supreme Court pick, and he's given a similar...
    Social networks contain multitudes. One day you’re writing about internal dissent over the company’s ability to uproot influence campaigns and election interference; the very next, you’re watching a live stream of the same company’s foray into virtual reality helmets and designer mixed reality glasses. At a company with as many interests as Facebook has, different days call for different kinds of stories. And so today’s edition will be a lot different from yesterday’s. This is all a roundabout way of saying that I talked to Mark Zuckerberg about Facebook Connect. The event, which was previously called Oculus Connect, gives the company an annual opportunity to discuss the latest advances in next-generation computing platforms. Facebook has sometimes faced doubts over why a social network would invest so much time and money into a hardware project with no uncertain payoff. But a summer of escalated tensions with Apple have helped to make...
    Trump claimed he downplayed the coronavirus because he didn't want to 'create panic.' But he's tried to do just that on a host of issues over the years. Donald Trump on Wednesday admitted that he intentionally downplayed the threat of the coronavirus despite knowing how deadly and dangerous it was. He defended his actions to a crowd of reporters by saying, "I love our country and I don't want people to be frightened, I don't want to create panic." However, his attempt to deflect criticism after getting caught lying to the public doesn't match reality. For years, Trump has attempted to stoke fear in Americans, often lying and creating alternate realities to do so. Loading...
    President Trump condemned the violence in Democratic-run cities, telling "The Ingraham Angle" Monday night it should be handled by law enforcement. When host Laura Ingraham asked the president if he wanted his supporters to confront the left-wing protesters, Trump responded, "Oh, I don't want them to." "Leave it to law enforcement," he said. TRUMP SUGGESTS 'SOME VERY STUPID RICH PEOPLE' ARE FUNDING PROTEST GROUPS, RIOTERS AT RNC AND ACROSS US "But my supporters are wonderful, hardworking, tremendous people," Trump said, "and they turn on the television set and they look at a Portland or they look at a Kenosha before I got involved and stopped it." CNN'S DON LEMON PRAISES BIDEN AFTER URGING HIM TO CONDEMN RIOTS: HE PUT TRUMP 'ON HIS HEELS' Trump slammed Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler as "incompetent" after the Democrat blamed Trump for the violent confrontation that led to the killing of a Patriot Prayer supporter in the Oregon city over the weekend....
    Kenosha shooting, DC protest: Kyle Rittenhouse to remain in Illinois as thousands descend on Washington Cities with the highest organic food prices Fed’s Kaplan Says He Doesn’t Want to Give More Guidance Yet (Bloomberg) -- The Federal Reserve has already given enough guidance about the likely path of interest rates at this juncture and doesn’t need to offer more, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan said. “I would prefer to wait,” Kaplan said Friday during a Bloomberg Television interview with Michael McKee. “I would prefer to get more clarity on the path of the virus. I think we’ve already given quite a bit of forward guidance.” The Fed’s quarterly projections, which will be updated at the central bank’s upcoming Sept. 15-16 policy meeting, “have already said that rates are going to stay low for the rest of this year and all of next year, and I would prefer to show...
    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...
    LUIS SUAREZ has been told he is no longer wanted at Barcelona by new boss Ronald Koeman, according to reports. The Dutchman reportedly called the ex-Liverpool striker today to let him know the news. 2Luis Suarez has been told he is not wanted at Barcelona by Ronald Koeman Suarez, 33, has been linked with a £13.5million move back to his old club Ajax. And he could also link up with Cristiano Ronaldo with Juventus reportedly monitoring the situation. Barca put him on the transfer list as part of a major overhaul after their Champions League humiliation. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the biggest deals And Koeman spoke to him on the phone to confirm the news, according to Spanish journalist Alfredo Martinez. He tweeted: "Koeman called Luis Suárez today and told him that he does not want him. "He has a contract for one more season. They...
    JOE Biden has insisted that it's Trump who wants to defund police – not him. Biden's comments came in his first interview since accepting the Democratic nomination for President on Thursday. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 9Biden accused Trump of being the one to cut funding to police departmentsCredit: ABC 9Trump has slammed Democrats and accused them of wanting to cut police fundingCredit: The Mega Agency 9Police are seen dressed in riot gear amid protests over the death of Elijah McClain on June 27, 2020Credit: KEVIN MOHATT Good Morning America Host Robin Roberts spoke with Biden and Democratic Vice President nominee Kamala Harris in an interview on Friday. Roberts asked Biden in the ABC interview if he wants to defund police – to which the former Vice President responded that he doesn't, but his Republican political rival does. "No I don't,"...
    CHRISLEY Knows Best patriarch Todd Chrisley said that his mom Faye "manipulates" him into doing things he "doesn't want to" do. Todd added that "even my kind hear has a limit" during Thursday's episode of the USA Network show. 9 Todd said that his mom regularly "manipulates" himCredit: USA 9 Faye volunteered for Todd to join her singing group without his permissionCredit: USA 9 Todd called out his mom for always taking advantage of himCredit: USA The episode began with Faye asking Todd to perform with her singing group, The Sexy Pitches. While the 51-year-old said no, Faye wouldn't accept his answer. He added: "You cannot go out there volunteering me for things." Faye said that he couldn't let her down, though he responded: "I'm letting you down." In a private interview, Todd said: "I love my mother, but she's constantly signing me up for things that I don't want...
    Joe Biden torched President Trump for opposing the United States Postal Service funding as the White House and Congress remain at loggerheads over another coronavirus economic relief package. “Pure Trump. He doesn’t want an election," Biden told reporters in Delaware on Thursday morning. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee was responding to Trump's criticism of the $3.4 trillion coronavirus relief bill passed by House Democrats in May. That proposal would provide $25 billion to the Postal Service and $3.5 billion in election assistance to states. "They want $3.5 billion for something that will turn out to be fraudulent," the president told Fox Business. "That’s election money, basically. They want $3.5 billion for the mail-in votes. ... They want $25 billion, billion, for the post office. Now, they need that money in order to have the post office work so it can take all of these millions and millions of ballots." Trump...
    President Donald Trump said Thursday he's blocking the coronavirus relief measure because of Democrats' funding request for the Post Office, arguing it's 'election money' for universal mail-in voting. 'Now, they need that money in order to make the Post Office work, so it can take all of these millions and millions of ballots,' Trump said in an interview with Fox Business' Maria Bartiromo.  Democrats have put $25 billion for emergency funding for the Post Office in their $3 trillion version of the coronavirus relief legislation - money that President Trump opposes.  'That's election money basically,' he told Bartiromo.  'If they don't get those two items, that means you can't have universal mail-in voting,' he explained of both the Post Office funding and the overall Democratic top line number of $3 trillion. 'Now, if we don't make a deal, that means they don't get the money. That means they can't have universal...
    A CALIFORNIA church has proceeded to hold indoor Sunday services for its congregation, defying a judge's ban. Pastor Rob McCoy led morning services in defiance of coronavirus health orders at Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park, Ventura County. 7McCoy addressed a crowd at 9am and 11am servicesCredit: YouTube / Godspeak Calvary Chapel Ventura County Superior Court Judge Matthew Guasco's order banning the church's in-person services cited an "immediate threat to public health and safety due to the 2019 novel coronavirus". However McCoy conducted a 9am and 11am service, without wearing a mask, on Sunday. “I don't know what's going to happen today,” McCoy told the worshipers as he opened the first service. "My desire is that we lift up the name of Christ.” There were around two dozen attendees in the congregation, most of whom were not wearing masks, a livestream of the service showed. 7Livestreams of the morning's services showed...
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hours after suggesting a possible delay in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday said he did not want to postpone the vote, but remained concerned that millions of mail-in ballots would cause problems. "I want an election and a result, much, much more than you," Trump told reporters at the White House. "I don't want to delay. I want to have the election. But I also don't want to have to wait three months and then find out that the ballots are all missing, and the election doesn't mean anything." Trump cited recent media reports about potential problems with mail-in ballots arriving late and said it could take weeks, months or even years to sort it out. "Do I want to see a date change? No, but I don't want to see a crooked election," he said. (Reporting by Andrea Shalal and...
    President Trump voiced support for an investigation into the murder of Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillén after meeting with her family Thursday about legislation that would would allow service members to report sexual harassment accusations to a third party. The #IamVanessaGuillen bill is named in honor of Guillén after she was allegedly killed by a fellow Army soldier. Mr. Trump met with Guillén's family in the White House and told her mother that her death won't be "swept under the rug," according to the White House pool report.  "We are going to look into it very powerfully," Mr. Trump said. "Maybe something can come out of it that will help Vanessa and others." President Donald Trump speaks to Gloria Guillen, the mother of slain Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen who was was found dead after disappearing from the army base in Texas, as a translator listens during a meeting in the Oval...
    BARACK Obama has issued a strong rebuke of President Donald Trump's use of the term "kung flu" to describe the coronavirus and said the term "pisses me off." 1Credit: AP:Associated Press   More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here.  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunUS.
    Friday, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough compared President Donald Trump and his presumptive 2020 opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden. Scarborough argued that Trump’s behavior amid the coronavirus pandemic makes it seem like “he doesn’t want to get reelected.” The host also suggested the president wants to “lose badly and take the Republican Party down with him.” “This guy that you and I have known for many years, not only is he not acting like he doesn’t want to get re-elected, he’s acting like he really wants to lose badly and take the Republican Party down with him,” Scarborough stated. “I mean, one of this would make sense in the conventional sense, but you look at every single move he’s making, he’s on the 25 percent of a 75/25 issue. And it keeps happening every day.” “This looks like a deliberate attempt to drive his campaign into the ground...
    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...
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