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    President Donald Trump called in to Fox News Wednesday to offer his tribute to talk host Rush Limbaugh – who he said shared his own beliefs that the election was stolen. 'Rush thought we won. And so do I,' said Trump in the extended interview. Trump used the segment to vent about the election, having skipped Joe Biden's inauguration after weeks claiming it had been rigged. 'I think it's disgraceful what happened. We were like a Third World country on election night,' Trump said. 'I was disappointed by voter tabulation. I think it's disgraceful what happened,' Trump said, in his first live comments since his Senate acquittal at the end of his impeachment trial on Saturday.  'I think we won substantially. And Rush thought we won,' Trump continued from his home at Mar-a-Lago, where he has been since January 20. Limbaugh was one of Donald Trump's most ardent supporters....
    Dozens of 'human smuggling hostages' have been rescued from a Texas house after a half-naked man ran down the street screaming that he had been kidnapped. Cops descended on the home in Raven Ridge Drive, southwest Houston and found 25 men and one woman before arresting three people. They had not been tied up but had been locked inside the house and cops found that the windows had been boarded up, according to ABC13.  Investigators said the victims were from Mexico, El Salvador, Cuba and Honduras, and that they are believed to have been snatched a week ago from Brownsville, around 350 miles away. Breaking: @houstonpolice pull dozens of near-naked men from house in SW #Houston after a kidnapping call. Neighbors have brought clothes. More info to come #abc13 pic.twitter.com/6YMN83Y7p5— Jessica Willey (@ImJessicaWilley) December 4, 2020 Dozens of 'human smuggling hostages' have been rescued from a Texas house after...
    The Alabama man on trial for the 2018 murder of his camgirl wife had told police she had been unhappy because he was not 'as sexual as she was', a jury heard this week.  William Jeffrey West, 47, of Calera is accused of killing Kathleen 'Kat' Dawn West, 42, by beating her to death with a Lucid Absinthe bottle on January 13, 2018.  Her partially clothed body was found by a passing motorist around 5am the following day outside the couple's home. West's trial began on Tuesday with prosecutors arguing he had killed his wife during a fight following a 'date night' that included him taking racy photos of her.   Kat, who bore a resemblance to Marilyn Monroe, was a 'camgirl' who had a subscription-only website where she went by the name of Kitty Kat West and posted risqué-photos of herself.  She publicly posted lingerie photos online while charging viewers to...
    In the movies: Movie star Jeff Bridges Jeff Bridges posed for a portrait in New York in 2014. In the movies: Movie star Jeff Bridges The bridges, seen on the left as a boy, are playing in the sand with his family. Bridges was born in 1949 in Los Angeles. His parents Lloyd and Dorothy are both actors. His older brother Beau also became an actor. In the movies: Movie star Jeff Bridges Bridges’ first lead role came in the 1971 film “The Last Picture Show” and he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. In the movies: Movie star Jeff Bridges Bridges, Center, sees George Kennedy, left and Clint Eastwood during the 1974 film “Thunderbolt and Lightfood”. Bridges’ performance in the film nominated him for another Oscar. In the movies: Movie star Jeff Bridges Bridges, Center, comes with his family to...
    Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott wants people to know he wasn’t high during a recent livestream. Elliott said he was “faded” during a recent livestream and then immediately killed the feed once he realized it was still airing. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) For those of you who don’t know, “faded” is slang for being high or drunk. @SInow @dallascowboys @EzekielElliott low key Faded???? Meaning his high. pic.twitter.com/ltyhFKvbSJ — Zampah (@oh_fog) June 29, 2020 Elliott has made it clear that he wasn’t high and had just been drinking, according to TMZ. TMZ reported that he posted on social media: “Actually I was referring to the few drinks I had which I said during the live stream. Doesn’t that make this defamation? You guys will be hearing from my lawyers @SInow.” It’s not clear where he posted this statement or if he took...
    MI5 ignored prior warnings of the attempt to kill King Edward VIII, according to the would-be assassin's unearthed memoir and a cache of declassified government files.  George McMahon's account of the 1936 scare claims he informed Britain's security services that he had been ordered by the Italian embassy to kill the King.  Previously confidential documents also reveal him to be a MI5 double agent and confirm he had meetings with security officials ahead of July 16, 1936. On that summer day, McMahon brandished a revolver as Edward was riding down Constitution Hill by Buckingham Palace.  Before he could fire a shot, he was quickly restrained by members of the public and bundled away by police. McMahon was painted as a fantasist attention-seeker - but his memoir, which has been discovered by historian Alexander Larman, claims he told MI5 of the assassination order.  Mr Larman said the evidence sheds new light...
    WASHINGTON - U.S. President Donald Trump said Sunday he had never been told about reports that a Russian military intelligence unit was secretly offering bounties to Taliban militants in Afghanistan to kill U.S. soldiers.  Trump scoffed at a New York Times report that U.S. intelligence officials had concluded months ago that the Russian unit, which has been linked to assassination attempts and covert operations in Europe aimed at destabilizing the West, had carried out the mission in Afghanistan last year and that he had been briefed about it in late March.  On Twitter, he said, “Nobody briefed or told me,” Vice President Mike Pence or White House chief of staff Mark Meadows “about the so-called attacks on our troops in Afghanistan by Russians, as reported through an ‘anonymous source’ by the Fake News @nytimes. Everybody is denying it & there have not been many attacks on us.”  Nobody briefed...
    (CNN)President Donald Trump said on Twitter Friday that he has signed an executive order on protecting monuments, an action the President had been teasing for the past week."I just had the privilege of signing a very strong Executive Order protecting American Monuments, Memorials, and Statues - and combatting recent Criminal Violence," the President wrote Friday. "Long prison terms for these lawless acts against our Great Country!"The text of the act has not been released. It's not clear how the order differs from the existing Veterans' Memorial Preservation Act, under which the President claimed earlier this week that he had "authorized the Federal Government to arrest anyone who vandalizes or destroys any monument, statue or other such Federal property in the U.S. with up to 10 years in prison."CNN has reported some Trump allies had been pushing the White House to take a stance -- any stance -- on the racial...
    NASCAR's Bubba Wallace says he has endured racism at the hands of the police. "I've had my fair share of incidents with law enforcement," the 26-year-old told the New York Post. "Smart remarks, condescending remarks to downplay who I am and what I can afford." Wallace has been at the center of an FBI investigation following reports that a noose was found in his garage on ahead of the Talladega Superspeedway. NASCAR said on Sunday that a noose had been found in Wallace's stall, however the FBI later concluded that the rope was a "door pull" that had been there for at least eight months. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Bubba Wallace says he has endured racism at the hands of the police. Speaking with the New York Post, Wallace, who is NASCAR's only Black driver, said: "I've had my fair share of incidents with law enforcement.  "Whether they're...
    There has been no communication between Dana White and Conor McGregor since the fighter said he retired from fighting earlier this month. That is according to the UFC boss White, who told ESPN this week: "Conor McGregor is retired." White has been on record to say he does not chase people who do not want to fight, to continue offering opportunities they will reject. This suggests McGregor's retirement, which many had doubted, may well be real. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. UFC president Dana White says he hasn't spoken to Conor McGregor for weeks, suggesting the Irishman's shock announcement is real. "I've decided to retire from fighting," McGregor said earlier this month. "Thank you all for the amazing memories! What a ride it's been!" The news came as many of the UFC's biggest-name athletes are, according to MMA reporters, in "mutiny," something which could all come down...
    JADON SANCHO missed Borussia Dortmund's weekend win due to fatigue amid mounting speculation over the winger's future. Making do with an appearance off the bench in his side's 2-0 win at RB Leipzig, the England winger has been heavily involved in Borussia's Bundesliga restart. 3 Jadon Sancho was described as running on empty after an intense run of gamesCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3 Michael Zorc has admitted he is "concerned" over the player's futureCredit: AP:Associated Press Having started four straight games leading up to the second-place showdown, Sancho was left with "no energy" according to Borussia sporting director Michael Zorc. He told Sport1: "We have had many injuries in the past few weeks and have not been able to rotate like other teams. "Jadon is completely tired and told the coach before the game that he had no energy to play 90 minutes. "You saw that in the game."...
    An 88-year-old Tennessee woman was charged with aggravated assault after she shot a man who she thought was trying to steal from her liquor store. May Boyce, 88, the owner of Murfreesboro Road Liquor and Wines in Nashville, Tennessee, was arrested after the shooting incident which took place Tuesday at about 8.46pm.  Boyce - who has since been freed on a $10,000 bond - was charged with aggravated assault after she shot Ramon Fisher because she thought he and another man were trying to rob the store.  May Boyce, 88, the owner of Murfreesboro Road Liquor and Wines in Nashville, Tennessee, was arrested after the shooting incident which took place Tuesday at about 8.46pm Boyce is free on a $10,000 bond after the incident, the Nashville Police Department tweeted RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next White Lyft passenger threatens to crush Hispanic driver's... Macy's DEFENDS the white...
    The fired Atlanta police officer charged with the killing of Rayshard Brooks has been denied bond.   Garrett Rolfe, 27, had waived his right to appear in person and chose instead to appear via videolink from Gwinnet County Jail. He was moved to the facility Thursday night after handing himself into Fulton County Jail amid security concerns in the high profile case.   Rolfe turned himself in after being charged with 11 counts, including felony murder, a charge that carries a possible sentence of life without parole or the death penalty, for shooting dead Brooks on June 12 in Atlanta.  These exclusive pictures obtained by DailyMail.com show Rolfe's attorney Lance LoRusso who was seen leaving the jail at approximately 2.15pm, though no attorneys were present with Rolfe on the Zoom call in which Judge Jeffery Frazier delivered the devastating news. Frazier said that he could not set bond due to the charges...
    One of the three cops involved in Breonna Taylor's killing has been fired, the Lousiville Mayor announced on Friday, but the Kentucky Attorney General is still weighing whether or not to bring charges.  Brett Hankison - who had previously been accused of sexual assault on the job - has been fired.  The other two cops -  Jonathan Mattingly and Myles Cosgrave - have not been fired.  The Mayor refused to say why Hankison had been fired over the other two.  'Unfortunately, due to a provision in state law that I would very much like to see changed, both the chief and I are precluded from talking about what brought us to this moment or even the timing of this decision,' he said at a Friday press conference.   It came after the Kentucky AG said on Thursday that he was still investigating the case and that he hadn't yet decided on...
    The widow of Rayshard Brooks says she is glad the police officer who shot dead her husband has been charged but she is now praying he will be convicted - as she opened up on facing Father's Day without him.  Atlanta police officer Garret Rolfe, 27, was charged on Wednesday on 11 counts including felony murder over the father-of-three's shooting death last week in a Wendy's parking lot. Brooks' widow, Tomika Miller, told NBC's Today on Thursday that while she was relieved about the charges, nothing would bring her husband back.  'I'm glad about the charges but I want to see them go through,' she said. 'No matter how many charges they face, it's not going to bring him back.  'It's very emotional. Father's Day is coming up and all I can keep thinking about is my husband won't be here.  'There's not gonna be a day where I see him walk through the...
    "The Five" co-host Juan Williams said Monday that the shooting death of 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks, a black man, by a white Atlanta police officer should help Americans "understand why people are crying out for reform" of police and law enforcement practices across America. "There was no problem until he refused to be arrested. Then when the scuffle happens, he grabs the Taser and runs away and sadly is shot in the back," Williams said. "Now to me again, it seems to me a situation where he said he was going to run [to] his sister's house. And I just wonder if it wasn't in the public interest to let him run to his sister's house. He could have been picked up later, I think. "Would the public have been less safe if he had run away?" Williams asked. "I don't think there would have been a problem there. But again, you have...
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